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Iphestos Plan and AKritas Plan are not Misinformations

Reader comment on item: Turkey in Cyprus vs. Israel in Gaza
in response to reader comment: You are a bit misinformed so let me try to make it clearer.

Submitted by Ata Atun (Turkey), Aug 20, 2014 at 09:35

Your comments are good sounding assumptions, but they do not sit on solid bases. No official evidence that would back up what you wrote or alleged. In the courts it called "hear and say". No value at all.

Iphestos Plan is not a misinformation. If you can read Greek I can send you the copies of the originals. It is the second version of Akritas Plan which was unveiled by the Patris Newspaper on April 21, 1966. They both intend to kill the Turkish Cypriots based on an organised plan and clean the island from the Turks. If you are interested I can send you also their English versions. Akritas Plan is already in the the web site "http://www.cyprus-conflict.net/akritas_plan.html" .

There are lots of books on Iphestos Plan in the internet market. I would advise you to buy and read them. If you think they are still misinformation sources, than I can send you the originals issued by the National Guard's 3rd High Military Tactical Command in Nicosia and signed by its commander, Mikhael Georgitses.


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