Cyprus’ history from 1960 to 2008 (7)

Cyprus’ history from 1960 to 2008 (7)

Today’s Zaman, January 12, 2008        

http://www.todayszaman.com/columnist-131419-cyprus-history-from-1960-to-2008-7.html

 

Conscription does not cover Christian minorities on the island: the Armenians, Maronites and Roman Catholics (the Latins). Male Greek Cypriots in the 18 to 49 age range were required to serve in the newly established “Greek National Guard.”

 

Young men planning to complete their undergraduate and graduate studies abroad and fresh graduates from the local Greek Cypriot high schools, academies and English schools were forced to serve in the Greek Cypriot National Guard before commencing their undergraduate studies.

 

The arms of the Ethniki Froura, the Cypriot Natio...

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Cyprus’ history from 1960 to 2008 (6)

Cyprus’ history from 1960 to 2008 (6)

Todays zaman, january 7, 2008

http://www.todayszaman.com/columnist-130951-cyprus-history-from-1960-to-1974-6.html

 

 

The articles published in my column under the titles “Cyprus: The complete history from 1960 to 1974” and “Cyprus’ history from 1960 to 1974” on Dec. 17, 24, 29, and 31 of 2007 and Jan. 5 and 7 of 2008 were unintentionally taken in part from “The Cyprus Conflict, the Main Narrative,” written by the late British journalist and historian Keith Kyle and Professor William Hale

 

The complete article can be read on the Internet at http://www.cyprus-conflict.net/narrat...

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Cyprus’ history from 1960 to 2008 (5)

Cyprus’ history from 1960 to 2008 (5)

Todays zaman, january 5, 2008

http://www.todayszaman.com/columnist-130871-cyprus-history-from-1960-to-1974-5.html

 

 

In Nicosia the guarantors — Turkey, the United Kingdom and Greece — began to move over the Christmas week of 1963. The 650-man Turkish army contingent in Cyprus under the terms of the Treaty of Alliance moved out of its barracks and positioned itself astride the Nicosia-Kyrenia road in Ortaköy (Ortakeuy).

 

Turkish jets from the mainland buzzed Nicosia. The Turkish fleet set sail for Cyprus. President Makarios, by now alarmed that a Turkish army might indeed land, agreed that the British should inter...

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The Greek Tell-a-Tale

The Greek Tell-a-Tale

The island of Cyprus was already divided in to two, far before 1974.

The physical division of Nicosia took place in 1956 when the is-land was under British colonial rule. Colonial Government erected a barbed wire division between the Greek and Turkish community in the city of Nicosia, known as the “Mason-Dixon Line” after the first inter-ethnic clashes. 

This was the maiden division of the city and plantation of the partition seeds in the island.

Later, in 1958, renewed and more protracted interethnic violence flared up and led once more to a division of the capital and the island. From that time onwards, both communities established separate municipal councils and the issue of whether the municipalities were to be separate or not was left open in the 1960 Cyprus ...

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No Hope From Europe

No Hope From Europe

 On the Cyprus Problem or Issue unfortunately EU is not acting as per her founding principles.

Part II (items 61 to 144) of EU Constitution, agreed on December 2000 at Nice Summit, titled as  “Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union” is basically consisted of “Dignity, Freedoms, Equality, Solidarity, Citizen’s Rights and Justice”.

As far as I lived and observed since late fifties, EU’s Justice always inclined towards the Greek side only. They even could not manage to act unbiased on the Cyprus Problem.

Among the existing 25, which I even do not take into consideration the Greek Cyprus and Greece, the British Government only tried very hard to treat both sides equal, the same.

The Turkish Cypriots are bored with the ongoing negotiations ...

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