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Not just Cyprus

Reader comment on item: Islamist Turkey Overreaches
in response to reader comment: assault on another NATO member

Submitted by Ianus (Poland), Jun 10, 2010 at 18:38

myth wrote :

"The only significant conflict between NATO member-states is Turkey and Greece both claiming the island of Cyprus."

... and one million Greeks exterminated by Kemal's jihadist hordes between 1919-1923 ; and the total extermination of 4000 years of Hellenism in Asia Minor where Ionian philosophers founded our civilization ; and the anti-Greek pogroms in Constantinople in 1955 ; and permanent Turkish jihad and century-long enslavement of Greece ; and changing teh holiest place of Orthodoxy Hagia Sophia into a mosque , and forced Islamization and sadistic humiliations of millions of Greeks ; and daily Turkish air provocations over the Aegean ; and the Fifth Turkish Moslem Column in Thrace and ... and ... If you knew what is involved in the Greek-Turkish conflict , you would never reduce it to Cyprus which by the way America cynically sold to Turkey in 1974 siding as always with the Moslem enemy of European civilzation .


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