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Re: Turkish Cypriots join ISIS

Postby observer » Sat Aug 22, 2015 11:14 pm

Sotos wrote:
observer wrote:
Sotos wrote:Islamic terrorism is a real issue and should be taken seriously in the negotiations. Lets not forget that in occupied Cyprus they have not just TCs but 10s of thousands of Settlers many of whom are ultra-religious and prime candidates for being recruited as Islamic terrorists. We don't want such people walking freely around us. One more reason why ALL Settlers should go back to Turkey... even if we make any exceptions that should be under strict criteria and each individual case should be examined carefully!

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: You've obviously never visited Northern Cyprus on a Friday to watch almost nobody emerge from the mosques. Unlike UK, France, Germany, Denmark etc, I have yet to hear of anyone from Northern Cyprus joining IS. If you are serious, all the 'settlers' in UK, France, Germany. Denmark ... oh yes ... and all those in Turkey from Syria and Iraq ... should be sent back first.

How would you even know if any Settlers joined ISIS? And if nobody visits the mosques then why do they keep building more and more of them? The Turkish Settlers should be send back to Turkey regardless because they do not belong here. The Islamic terrorism threat is just an additional reason and it a very real one... especially when we know that Turkey can sponsor such people for her own interests.

If anyone from Cyprus joined ISIS this site would be alive with the news. It isn't.

I've often wondered why more mosques have been built when there's more than enough to go around. I assume that it's overseas money and builders welcome the work, but it's only a guess.
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Re: Turkish Cypriots join ISIS

Postby Lordo » Sun Aug 23, 2015 12:11 pm

you are right the money for mosques have come from terggy. erdogan has sent the money.
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