"Historic Moment": Mosque Opens in Greek Cyprus

No Church to be opened in the Turkish occupied part. No plans for any reciprocal arrangements. The unbelievers are indeed dumb, deaf and blind.

Mosque reopens in Cyprus after 51 year closure
Mosque reopens in Cyprus after 51 year closure

The Tahtakale Mosque on the Greek Cypriot-controlled part of the island has been opened to prayer for the first time since 1963.

The jihad and the occupation against the Christians who were murdered and driven out from the Turk occupied part is described as a “peace mission”:

The island of Cyprus has remained divided into Greek and Turkish parts since a Greek Cypriot coup was followed by a Turkish peace mission to aid Turkish Cypriots in the north in 1974. Turkish and Greek Cypriot leaders have been engaged in a peace process since February to reunify the island.

3 thoughts on “"Historic Moment": Mosque Opens in Greek Cyprus”

  1. Fellatio Gulen is a coward who hides in the Poconos like a trick hides in the closet.

  2. Could they not say that:

    We have kicked all the Christians out of Turkish occupied part of Cyprus so no Church needs to be opened in the Turkish occupied part and that means there is no need for any plans or for any reciprocal arrangements.

    Yes yes,the unbelievers are indeed dumb, deaf and blind.It is all Greek to me why they are.

  3. “Turkish peace mission to aid Turkish Cypriots in the north in 1974.”

    Pfft, please, lies told by liars.

    Turkey has been sending over mainland Turks to live in Occupied Cyprus and swell the population numbers since the seventies so they can lay claimant to a land that does NOT belong to them.

    To open up a Mosque in Free Cyprus is a disgrace, I can imagine it will be vandalized by the locals soon enough. Furthermore, the only people who appear in the photo looks like Muslims, a token orthodox, and the Swedish ambassador? But, where was the Greek establishment? Sounds more like an EU directive rather then the desire of the Greeks.

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