The Ethnic Cleansing of Northern Cyprus

Cyprus, a Greek island in the Mediterranean, has been invaded and occupied by Mohammedan Turks. Once a land has been occupied by the soldiers of allah, it must never fall into infidel hands again. The Turks know that. Europeans who believe in some kind of peaceful coexistence are delusional.

Confessions of a Turkish-Cypriot Mass Murderer

by Uzay Bulut

  • “Why is there not peace yet? How can we make peace when we have rabid murderers living among us? Instead of prosecuting them, we enable them to appear on TV and to boast about their murders…. If you do not even bring to account a murderer who says, ‘killing was my art,’ who will you bring to account?” — Şener Levent, the editor-in-chief of the Turkish Cypriot newspaper Afrika.
  • So far, these “rabid murderers” have not been held accountable for the slaughter of innocent Greek Cypriots: the ethnic cleansing of northern Cyprus. The greater issue is that he and his partners in crime were aided and abetted by the Turkish authorities. All of those responsible need to be tried at international criminal tribunals — the sooner, the better.

Pictured: A fence demarcating the “Buffer Zone” manned by United Nations peacekeeping soldiers at the “Green Line” in Nicosia, Cyprus. (Image source: Marco Fieber/Flickr)

Is Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan, who keeps talking about Cyprus as a security threat to the eastern Mediterranean, trying to deliver a message? Erdogan has long been warning Cypriot and international companies exploring energy resources in the region not to “trust the Greek side in Cyprus.”

The Turkish president’s repeated verbal attacks on Greek Cypriots also shed light on a recent interview, broadcast live on Turkish Cypriot TV, with 84-year-old Turgut Yenağralı — a former member of the paramilitary Turkish Resistance Organization (TMT), founded in 1957 and known for its criminal activities in Cyprus.

Yenağralı, in the interview, boasted about his role in the mass murder of Greek Cypriots and the reason for it.

“We traveled across Cyprus and either beat up or killed those who committed crimes against Turkishness,” he began.

Question: Why did you engage in those activities? Was it an adventure or for excitement?

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