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Postby repulsewarrior » Tue Dec 04, 2018 11:22 pm

A Syrian Cypriot was arrested in the occupied north, because of her political opinion, and in demonstrating it, "insulting a foreign state official".

[06] A Syrian origin, citizen of the Republic of Cyprus, was arrested in the breakaway regime
Turkish Cypriot daily Afrika (04.12.18) reports that Fadila Chikhou, a citizen of the Republic of Cyprus of Syrian origin was arrested by the "police" after crossing to the occupied area of Cyprus from the Ledra Palace barricade.
Chikhou has participated in a protest of Kurds in the free areas of the Republic against the Turkish invasion of Arfin.

According to the paper, Chikhou stepped on a picture of the Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan during the protest and also carried a picture of the jailed Kurdish leader Abdullah Ocalan. She is accused of participating in an "illegal organization" and for "insulting a foreign state official".

Afrika is wondering about the actions that the Republic of Cyprus will take regarding the "arrest" of its citizen.

According to Afrika, the police showed Chikhou pictures of the protest in the free areas of the Republic of Cyprus and asked her if she is the same person pictured in the photos. Chikhou said: "Yes, is me", and this was considered by the police as a confession. Afrika also reports that the police are also investigating Chikhou's connections with the breakaway regime.

(CS)

http://www.hri.org/news/cyprus/tcpr/201 ... .tcpr.html


...Afrika, i love this newspaper; Levent, some may call him reckless, how he puts his life at risk to make these Headlines, i call it courage.

She was remanded for one day on Monday after being accused of participating in an “illegal organisation” and of “insulting a foreign state official.”

The Cyprus Foreign Ministry has already made demarches to UNFICYP, a Ministry spokesman said.

https://in-cyprus.com/news/local/cyprio ... -invasion/

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Re: This is Cyprus.

Postby B25 » Wed Dec 05, 2018 8:57 am

repulsewarrior wrote: Afrika is wondering about the actions that the Republic of Cyprus will take regarding the "arrest" of its citizen.


They will take none other than get down on all fours and give Erdo a big BJ. Cowards
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Re: This is Cyprus.

Postby Maximus » Wed Dec 05, 2018 2:01 pm

The hypocrisy though!

Those "officials" that remanded her are participating in an illegal organisation.

The "TRNC" is an illegal organization and those that prop it up should be arrested when they enter the EU for a multitude of crimes they perpetuate against the RoC and its citizens. Not negotiated with for decades.

There is a huge difference in ideology across the green line that it is simply and plainly foreign to Cyprus.
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Re: This is Cyprus.

Postby Lordo » Wed Dec 05, 2018 3:20 pm

Maximus wrote:The hypocrisy though!

Those "officials" that remanded her are participating in an illegal organisation.

The "TRNC" is an illegal organization and those that prop it up should be arrested when they enter the EU for a multitude of crimes they perpetuate against the RoC and its citizens. Not negotiated with for decades.

There is a huge difference in ideology across the green line that it is simply and plainly foreign to Cyprus.

four legs good two legs bad. how is life in the four legged section of cyprus.
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Re: This is Cyprus.

Postby Lordo » Wed Dec 05, 2018 3:21 pm

i saw levent in london recently. you should also know about what he thinks of your politicians too. he takes no prisoners, nor does niyazi kizilyurek. they both call a spade a spade if you get my drift.
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Re: This is Cyprus.

Postby kurupetos » Thu Dec 13, 2018 6:40 pm

Lordo wrote:i saw levent in london recently. you should also know about what he thinks of your politicians too. he takes no prisoners, nor does niyazi kizilyurek. they both call a spade a spade if you get my drift.

It's OK, I don't trust Turks. :wink:
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