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IT IS GREEKS WHO STARTED CYPRUS WAR

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Submitted by AN ORDINARY TURKISH GUY (Turkey), Sep 22, 2010 at 12:55

IT IS GREEKS WHO STARTED CYPRUS WAR. Greeks suddenly and unilaterally decided to wipe out all the Turkish people in the Island. They began killing, destroying everything Turkish. They wanted to reach their megalo idea... Turkey simply prevented greeks to accomplish their ethnic cleaning compaign. In other words, Greeks couldnot do what serbs performed against Bosnian Muslim in 1990s. This is the what happened. Is this a bad thing? or self defense?

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