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JANUARY 1998

From: "david j wells" <djwe@lineone.net>
To: <y.y.senturk@Bradford.ac.uk>
Subject: North Cyprus Tourist Information
Date: Wed, 31 Dec 1997 09:56:54 -0000
 

Your Web site is very informative, but may I suggest that you include
details of Car Hire companies, with their contact numbers.

I am coming to visit in June and I wish to arrange car hire.

Thank you for a most interesting web site.

David Wells

Date: Fri, 02 Jan 1998 07:04:03 +0300
From: Thierry Nauze <Thierryn@oceanes.fr>
Reply-To: Thierryn@oceanes.fr
Organization: Ohm InProduction
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To: y.y.senturk@Bradford.ac.uk
Subject: Autorisation d'utiliser des photos

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Bonjour,

Je suis enseignant au collège Mahé de Labourdonnais (Ile de la Réunion)
où nous sommes en train d'essayer d'écrire un site sur les différents
pays d'Europe.
Hélas, notre stock de photos est très limité.
Aussi, j'ai le plaisir de vous demander l'autorisation d'utiliser
quelques unes des photos qui se trouvent sur votre site que nous avons
visité avec intérêt.

Sincères remerciements.

--
Thierry Nauze       Saint-Denis de la Réunion

Email :  thierryn@oceanes.fr

Collège :   http://www.mygale.org/05/mahe/

--
With 'Power Translator' :

Hello,

I am teaching to the college Mahé de Labourdonnais (Reunion Island)
where we are in the process to try to write a site on the different
countries of Europe.
But, our stock of photographs is limited. Also, I have the pleasure to
ask you the authorization to use some unite photographs that are found
on your site that we have visited with interest.

Sincere thanks.

Date: Thu, 08 Jan 1998 21:21:16 -0800
From: Business Development <bizdevt@singapore-business.com>
Reply-To: bizdevt@singapore-business.com
Organization: Singapore-Business.com
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To: YY SENTURK <Y.Y.Senturk@Bradford.ac.uk>
Subject: Re: Location Map
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Hi Yash,

> thanks for your feedback. can you tell me which links are down
> so that i can correct them.

I was looking at the satelite maps - only 1,2,3 still operating. The
rest are down.

Cheers.
hock

Date: Wed, 14 Jan 1998 17:14:18 +0100
From: Mazlum Rahim <mazlum@lla.lic.ti-edu.ch>
Organization: Liceo di Locarno
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To: yysentur@Bradford.ac.uk
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First=Rahim
Middle=
Last=Mazlum
Address=Switzerland
email=mazlum@lilo.lic.ti-edu.ch
learn=Other
comments=Hi all congratulations for this well-made pages. I have a question I plan to go to North Cyprus by boat from Turkey around
end September 1998 and I wanted to continue my trip to Haifa by boat. Can anybody tell me the schedule of the ship to Haifa and how
often it goes

Thank you
Rahim

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Date: Sat, 17 Jan 1998 14:29:31 +0200
From: Laurentiu Cruceanu <phila@starnets.ro>
Reply-To: phila@starnets.ro
Organization: Phila Ltd
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To: yash@cypnet.com
Subject: web link
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Dear Sir,
Please link my web page:
Stamps of Romania & Whole World (Laurentiu Cruceanu - Phila Ltd.) -
http://www.mic.ro/clients/phila in your site.

Reciprocally I will include your web page in my site.
 
Yours Sincerely,
Laurentiu Cruceanu

Date: Fri, 23 Jan 1998 18:36:35 PST
From: yigit taner <ytaner@hotmail.com>
To: nchp-webmaster@cypnet.com

Hi Yasar;

I'm an MBA student in the States. I have an idea to establish a web site
about Turkish and Greek hostility on net. Although we Turks treat these
Greek b...rds with hospitality and lattitude, their hostility against us
growing more and more everyday. This is very obvious in your site's
"comments" section. What I wanted to ask you is  if you can help me in
establishing  this site by giving me some names of sources to achieve my
goal. (Another sites, some objectives writers' books about Cyprus...etc.

By the way I want to congratulate you about your site, I strongly believe
that it is very useful and helpful for us to proove world  that we are not wrong
about that intervention.
                                                     Best Wishes

_________________________________________________
Get Your Private, Free Email at http://www.hotmail.com

Date: Sun, 25 Jan 1998 14:32:54 -0500
From: Studyweb Awards <StudywebAwards@studyweb.com>
To: nchp-webmaster@cypnet.com
Subject: Congratulations!

Congratulations!

 Your site: http://www.cypnet.com/.ncyprus/musica.html has been selected as a
featured site in StudyWeb as one of the best educational resources on the Web
by our researchers.  It can be found in our Music History 1 section.

StudyWeb is one of the Internet's premier sites for educational resources for
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Thanks -- and again, congratulations!

Sincerely,
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Webmaster/Senior Editor
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Date:  Mon, 26 Jan 1998 06:08:11 -0700
From: "Pallai  Ferenc" <ferencp@mailcity.com>
To: yysentur@Bradford.ac.uk
Subject: (No Subject)
X-Sender-Ip: 193.6.217.130
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Hi Yashar!

I have fund You on the web by accident while I was looking for somebody who
is able to help me.

I have a friend in Northern Cyprus and he had written me a postcard IN TURKISH.
We had been working togeother but on the opposite sides of the Green Line (I was a
UN off. there and he is an off. of the TKTC). We esteblished perfect working and social
relationships.

Unfortunatelly he has the "Fixa idea" that I can understand Turkish. It may come
from my appearence and from the fact that I am Hungarian.

So, please help me to translate this short message.

"Yeni yilini en icten dileklerimle kutlar, yeni yilin du:nyamiza baris mutluluk
ve huzur getirmesini temenni eder mutlu yillar dierim."

Thanks a lot and all the best.

Pállai Ferenc Budapest
ferencp@mailcity.com

Date: Tue, 27 Jan 1998 01:55:41 +0200
From: Alexandros Bibas <alfami@geocities.com>
To: y.y.senturk@Bradford.ac.uk
Subject: hahahahahaha
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Turkish Republic of Nothern Cyprus ??????!!!!!
...hahahahahhaha

To: Y.Y.Senturk@Bradford.ac.uk
Date:  Tue, 27 Jan 1998 02:22:11 -0700
From: "Pallai  Ferenc" <ferencp@mailcity.com>
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Hi Yashar!

I just want to say a big Thank You (Tesseku:r Ederim?) for your kind help. I promise
you I'll pick up some Turkish language in the near future.

All the best

Pállai Ferenc
Budapest, Hungary


 
Date: Tue, 27 Jan 1998 13:36:16 EST
From: OWZAT1 <OWZAT1@aol.com>
To: nchp-webmaster@cypnet.com
Subject: help

Hello

I am going to Cyprus - Coral Bay in August could you tell me information about
that village and the drinking ages in Cyprus please
 

Thank you

Andrew
 


FEBRUARY 1998


Date: Tue, 03 Feb 1998 20:05:37 +0800
From: pw & jp coghlan <coghlan@nw.com.au>
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First=Peter
Middle=William
Last=Coghlan
Address=33 ROSSMOYNE DRIVE, ROSSMOYNE, WESTERN AUSTRALIA 6151
email=peter_coghlan@wapet.com.au
learn=Followed a link
comments= I lived in Famagusta from 1957 to 1960 and I%27m planning to revisit for the  first time.
                  Any information that you could provide me with would be appreciated. Regards Peter
view=Y

Date: Tue, 3 Feb 1998 06:37:43 -0800 (PST)
From: "yusuf_kanli" <yusuf_kanli@geocities.com>
To: <KKTC@erols.com>, <Wlock@mail.sdsu.edu>, <Hasans@mpx.com.au>,
        <Kotak@gwis2.circ.gwu.edu>, <yakula@golden.net>,
        <SKotak@ix.netcom.com>, <TRNCNY@aol.com>, <y.y.senturk@Bradford.ac.uk>,
        <muslu@aol.com>, <PGreen@lvc.leevalley.co.uk>,
        <101731.565@compuserve.com>, <omehmet@ccs.carleton.ca>,
        <tcn@tc-net.demon.co.uk>, <tdn-f@servis.net.tr>,
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        <KKTC@trnclondon.demon.co.uk>, <gjenkin@ibm.net>,
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Date: Tue, 3 Feb 1998 16:37:28 +0200

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Please visit http://www.geocities.com/CapitolHill/Lobby/7150/ to see my home page.

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From: "George Ergatides" <g.ergatides@cytanet.com.cy>
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FUCK YOU!!!!!!!!!........AS NOBODY WILL EVER RECOGNISE YOUR
SO CALLED ''STATE''. THE ONLY THING THE WORLD RECOGNIZES
IS YOUR MOTHER'S PUSSIES.
OH ..... BY THE WAY:

FUUUUCCCKKKKKK YOOUUU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Date: Sun, 08 Feb 1998 09:11:48 -0800
To: y.y.senturk@Bradford.ac.uk
From: BH <hclan@istar.ca>
Subject: Cyprus Info on the Net

Hi,

My name is Sencan Hasan and I just went through the information on Cyprus.
I just thought I'd congratulate you on such a good job.

I don't think that most people in Cyprus are aware that there is so much information about the
TRNC on the Net.

Good luck and it would be nice if some information could be up-dated, i.e.: news items they are
dated from 1996.  Maybe Kibris Gazetesi could get more up-dated information?


From: "Stuart R. Crawford" <stuartc@acdat.com>
To: "'yysentur@bradford.ac.uk'" <yysentur@Bradford.ac.uk>
Subject: TRNC Home Page
Date: Sun, 8 Feb 1998 19:52:07 -0700
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Hi there, I was a member of the UN Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus 1992-93, I
am always interested in the situation in Cyprus, since my exposure there,
Cyprus and TRNC will always be a memory that I will never forget...maybe
you can tell me in Danny's Pub just off the road to Ledra Palace is still
open.  I frequently stopped there on my travels, if so, please give him my
regards.

Cheers

Stuart Crawford
Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Stuart R. Crawford, MCP, CNA
ACDAT System Services Ltd.
Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Direct: (403) 237-1895
Fax: (403) 269-4172
WWW: http://www.acdat.com
My WWW: http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Vista/9758
ICQ: 3566944
stuartc@acdat.com

Date: Tue, 10 Feb 1998 13:31:41 -0800
From: frank walsh <VTBL.Frankw@MEMO.VOLVO.SE>
Organization: Volvo Truck & Bus Ltd
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To: y.y.senturk@Bradford.ac.uk
Subject: getting to North cyprus

Hello,
   have you thought about putting a travelling to North Cyprus tips on
your net pages?
  I am interested in Visiting North Cyprus preferably as cheaply as
possible .Last year i was in Side and i was told by a travel agent that
there were flights every day from Antalaya to Ercan at around
$60(dollars not gb£) .Do you know about this route?I know during the
summer that there is a Hydrofoil for around £gb50
  I know a few companies run package holidays to North
Cyprus...president Holidays etc but no company seems to offer flight
only.I realise that you have to go to Turkey first  so the fare is
unlikely to less than £200 ...or can you advise something different.
    i enjoyed the page...keep up the good work!!
      regards
      Frank
--
Frank Walsh
Volvo Truck & Bus Ltd
Tel: 01926 414223
Fax: 01926 490991
Email: vtbl.frankw@memo.volvo.se

Date: Fri, 13 Feb 1998 16:17:09 -0800
From: Karolos Lampertides <karolos.lampertides@stud.uni-muenchen.de>
To: nchp-webmaster@cypnet.com
Subject: (no subject)

Please be honest and write the TRUTH about cyprus !!!

There is no such  thing as north cyprus. Cyprus belongs to the CYPRIOTS not people brought from turkey

Date: Sat, 14 Feb 1998 12:48:27 -0000
From: customer services3 <customer.services3@nationwide.co.uk>
To: cypsports@cypnet.com
Cc: nchp-webmaster@cypnet.com
Subject: Gencler Birligi

Dear Sir/Madam

Mt father Celal Ali Ismet and his brothers Ahmet and Mehmet (Now Ismetoglu)
played for Gencler Birligi between 54 - 65. Please contact me if you now of
anyway of getting details, stories, photos or names of other players during
that time. My father, and uncles, would be very interested in any
information you might hold. I have tried through the sport site on CYPNEWS
but Gencler has no link.

Please mail me back with any information. I would be most grateful for any
help.

Regards

Taskin Ismet

Date: Sun, 15 Feb 1998 13:01:44 +1100
From: Yener Adal <yen@adcom.com.au>
To: cyprus@cypnet.com
Subject: Hello from CGAA

Hello,

My name is Yalcin Adal and I am the secretary for the Cypriot Graduates Association of Australia
(http://adcom.com.au/cgaa). I am planning a special convention in December 1999 at the Bellapais
Abbey Convention Centre/Restaraunt and I was wondering if you could forward on their contact
details to me.

I look forward to your reply.

Best Regards

Dr. Yalcin Adal
yalcin@adcom.com.au

By the way I like your the Cypnet homepage.

Date: Sun, 15 Feb 1998 18:44:44 +0200
From: caretta@superonline.com (Zafer Guler)
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Organization: SuperOnline
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To: y.y.senturk@Bradford.ac.uk
Subject: kibris'ta sürdürülebilir kalkinma ve turizm

merhaba,
Istanbul universitesinde turizmde doktora yapmaktayim Konum: Adalarda sürdürülebilir kalkinma ve turizm Örnek ada Kuzey kibris türk cumhuriyetidir bu konuda bana yardimci olursaniz çok sevinirim.

Emel Güler
saygilarimla

Date: Tue, 17 Feb 1998 17:04:33 +0000
From: Turkish_Cultural_Society <tcsoc@ukc.ac.uk>
To: nchp-webmaster@cypnet.com
Subject: Mirror

Merhaba,

Bizim bu aralarda yeniden yunanlilar ile problemlerimiz var, cunku web sayfalarinda Kibris hakkinda cok kotu anti-propoganda yapiyorlar. http://alethea.ukc.ac.uk/SU/Societies/Hellasoc

Onun icin bizde saadece Kibris hakkinda bir Web sayfasi acmak istiyoruz. Onun icin de sizin sayfaniz cok guzel bir ornek. Acaba sizin sayfanizi biz nasil mirror edebilirz. Yani butun sizde bulunan sayfalari nasil kendi serverimize yukliyebilirz. Yardimlariniz icin tesekkur ederim.

Turkish Cultural Society
The University of Kent at Canterbury

From: "Julie McDonald" <Julie.Mcdonald@nsw.mondial.net.au>
To: <yysentur@Bradford.ac.uk>
Subject: Kibris'tan Haberler
Date: Fri, 20 Feb 1998 12:37:22 +1100
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Dear Sir,
Do you know if there are any North Cyprus Newspapers on-line, in english or
turkish, if so, could you provide the internet address? Thank you.
 
Julie McDonald

From: "Kamil Zoroglu" <kzoroglu@ihlas.net.tr>
To: <y.y.senturk@Bradford.ac.uk>
Subject: kutlama
Date: Sat, 21 Feb 1998 12:42:56 +0200

Sayin Senturk,
Hazirladiginiz sayfayi cok begendim, mayis ayinda sn. Cumhurbaskani
R. Denktas'in davetlisi olarak K.Kibris'a giderek orada Muzeler haftasi
dolayisiyle Mersin bolgesi arkeolojisi ve Kibris konusunda bir
konferans verecegim. Bu konferansin metnini daha sonra size
faxlayabilirim.

Basarilarinizin devami dilegiyle.
Prof.Dr. L. Zoroglu
Selcuk Univ. Arkeoloji Bol. Konya

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First= DEATH
Middle= 2
Last= ALL TOURKOSPOREE
Address = RIYADH, SAUDI ARABIA
email=ASALA
comments= DEAR CONCERNED TURKS YOU ALL MUST DIE IN THAT YOUR DEATHS WILL BRING ABOUT AN EVERLASTING PEACE. PEACE THAT WILL LAST FOREVER. ALL TURKISH CHILDREN SHOULD BE IMPALED IN THE STREETS LEADING TO ANKARA AND INSTANBUL. ALL YOUR WOMEN SHOULD BE SODOMIZED WITH STICKS OF DYNAMITE. ALL MALES SHOULD HAVE THERE TESTICLES REMOVED AND PLACED IN THEIR MOUTHS WHILE THEY ARE STILL ALIVE SO THEY CAN SAVOUR THE FLAVOUR OF THE TURK.

AFTER THIS IS DONE ICBMS SHOULD BE LAUNCHED INTO TURKEY VOLLEY AFTER VOLLEY SO THAT NOT EVEN A COCKROACH WOULD SURVIVE.

UNDERSTAND WHAT YOU DID TO ME & MY FAMILY AND BOTH MY COUNTRIES.

THIS REMEDY THAT I HAVE PRESCRIBED IS THE ONLY SOLUTION TO PEACE IN THE WORLD.I AM WHO I AM FOR GOD IS THE CREATOR. HIS HAND IS COMING.

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Date: Tue, 24 Feb 1998 20:05:28 EST
From: Cmpplus@aol.com
To: nchp-webmaster@cypnet.com
Subject: Map request

To Whom It May Concern
I am planning to travel to Cyprus in near future. I am intreasted in a
detailed map (with streets and small towns) of Cyprus, in particular, the map
of city of  LEFKE. Please respond to my request or  is there anyway you can
help me. I have down loaded some maps of Cyprus of the internet but none of
them shows details of street level. Your effort will be greatly appreciated.
 
Thanks.
 
Mathew Mullians.
U.S.A.

Date: Wed, 25 Feb 1998 01:11:23 EST
From: SSakaoglu@aol.com
To: nchp-webmaster@cypnet.com
Subject: TEXAS`TAN MERHABA

MUTHIS!!! HARIKA!!!MUKEMMEL BIR SAYFA.
GERCEKTEN DAHA IYISI DUSUNULEMEZ.
EMEGI GECEN HERKESE BINLERCE TESEKKURLER

SEVGILER,SAYGILAR...

Austin/Texas`ta ikamet eden bir vatandas...
Selim Sakaoglu


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YOUR MOTHER WAS A TOURKALA BITCH!!!

MIRET KOUNEM

A SIK TEER



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comments= You are a big lier because thereís no north cyprus country.Thereís only one CYPRUS the Greek CYPRUS
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MARCH 1998


Date: Sun, 01 Mar 1998 23:10:34 +0100
From: Johan Holmlund <ci-11882@mailbox.calypso.net>
To: nchp-webmaster@cypnet.com
Subject: Bussiness-opportunity

Good Afternoon!

Herbalife to Turkey in March.
I´m looking  for  people in Turkey who  like start up a business in
Turkey (or in 36 countries). Possibility to earn a lot of money with
very good  products.
Herbalife  International Inc. Nutrition, skincare, haircare, perfumes,
soon waterpurifier.
Do you know anyone?

Best Regards
Pia Holmlund from Sweden
e-mail  ci-11882@mailbox.calypso.net


Date: Wed, 04 Mar 1998 06:45:12 +0800
From: Mustafa Gurbuz <gurbuz@netvigator.com>
To: nchp-webmaster@cypnet.com
Subject: Tebrikler

Sayin webmaster,
Sitenizin guzelliginden ve etrafli bir sekilde planlanmasindan dolayi
sizi tebrik ederim.
http://www.turk.ch/Inter-Turk/forum olarak sizi kiskandik dogrusu.
Basarilarinizin devamini dilerim.

Saygilarimla
Mustafa Gurbuz
Inter-Turk


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Date: Wed, 04 Mar 1998 18:32:13 +0200
From: Mustafa Dosemeciler <villaclb@cypronet.net>
Organization: The Villa Club
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Dear Mr Sentürk and Mr Demirel,

Thank you very much for putting the link for The Villa Club homepage,
I appreciate it very much.

In the page (http://www.cypnet.com/.ncyprus/staygirne.html#3 ) is it
possible to put this text next to Villa Club logo  (Click here for Holiday Villas,
pictures and prices ) instead of the url  http://www.cypnet.com/villaclub/ .
If you are busy and can not do it now, I would appreciate if you can do it later on.

I admire people like yourselves promoting North Cyprus Tourism.  Keep up
the good work... if you ever come to North Cyprus please  do visit me here at the
Villa Club and be my guest.   I would be honoured to meet you both.  Thanking you
again.

Best Regards,

Mustafa Dosemeciler
The Villa Club


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First=wayne
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comments=my wife will be visiting cyprus for a holiday this year and that is why i searched for info about cyprus. we have been to turkey a
                few times and have always been very impressed with the honesty and warm nature of the turkish people i felt so good about the
                safety of my wife that it was no worry for me to let her and her friend take a holiday there on their own. we chose northern cyprus
                as we hope the people there will be as welcoming as their neighbours. turkey is a truly wonderfull country to visit and will certainly
                visit again i would highly recommend visiting turkey so i am expecting to be able to recommend northern cyprus.
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Date: Wed, 11 Mar 1998 16:37:40 -0500
From: Christine <christine@csmonitor.com>
To: nchp-webmaster@cypnet.com
Subject: Proposed Cross-Link: Cyprus problem to CYPRUS PROBLEM story at CSMonitor

Dear NORTH CYPRUS Website Editor:

The award-winning Christian Science Monitor newspaper's 
daily web site has linked a story to your "Cyprus Problem Resource File". Our story will appear in the Thursday, March 
12, 1998 edition, and you may see it now at NEW US PUSH FOR PEACE IN CYPRUS HITS OLD HARD-LINE BLAME GAME.

We feel our readers will be interested in looking at your site
-- and we think your visitors would enjoy our article. Since the story URL is permanent, we'd like you to consider placing a link back to us at the above-mentioned page at 'Selected Articles,' 'Latest Developments,' or at your discretion. (We've written it so you can copy and paste it in.)

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From: "Dr. Carvalho Dias" <mop21324@mail.telepac.pt>
To: <yash@cypnet.com>
Subject: info 13.03
Date: Fri, 13 Mar 1998 22:28:08 +0100
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13.03.98

Dear Sir,
I saw your web page in Internet.I´m collector of mint stamps of Mushrooms from worldwide.
I would like to know if you can send me the set of Mushrooms issue in North Cyprus. I also
want Block, Maxinum Cards, FDC´S and Brochures of this set.Is this possible?
 
In exchange I can send to you any thing from Portugal,Madeira and Açores or mint stamps of
Fauna from worldwide that I have to exchange.
 
Please, give a short answer!
                                                   

Yours Truly:
Rui


From: "GUNILLA FORSVALL" <gunilla.forsvall@sorsele.mail.telia.com>
To: <yysentur@Bradford.ac.uk>
Subject: resending letter
Date: Sun, 15 Mar 1998 12:10:20 +0100
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Hello.
I was wondering if you know anyhing about running a business in turkey?
I am interested in buying a bar in marmaris or maybe rent it. I was hoping
to get in touch with someone from turkey who can tell me.maybe you can?

best regards to you from
Gunilla
in Lapland  Sweden


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First=Tom
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Last=Everett
Address=France
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learn=Regular visitor to North Cyprus site
comments=Why no comments page more recent than 1996? Why is the KTHY timetable for 1995?
                  Have you been taken off the Web as some of your Greek-speaking brethren made it clear
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                                        Tom
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Date: Sun, 22 Mar 1998 13:07:36 +0100
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First=Bill
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comments= A very nice site however I was trying to find information on banks in Cyprus and there was very little information and difficult to find any phone numbers to contact any one for info. I need info on a bank called The First Merchant Bank of N. Cyprus.
view=Y

Date: Tue, 24 Mar 1998 13:37:58 +1100 (EST)
From: Hussein Serkan <s9806792@westgate.vut.EDU.AU>
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Subject: CONGRATULATIONS
 

Selam My fellow Kibrisli

Congratulations on your web page of Kibris. I visit it many times as it is
the closest thing that i can get to from here in Australia, which concerns
our YAVRU VATAN. I just thought i'd drop u a line to say well done

FROM SERKAN

Date: Tue, 24 Mar 1998 16:12:20 -0800
From: "Jerold L. Schmidt" <atjerrys@hcnews.com>
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First=Jerold
Middle=L.
Last=Schmidt
Address=U.S.A.
email=atjerrys@hcnews.com
learn=Followed a link
comments=North Cyprus is a geographic location at most, it is not an internationally recognized country.
                 We watch with hope that Cyprus will find a way to reunite and become again.
view=Y

Date: Tue, 24 Mar 1998 16:44:47 +0000
From: John Doe <jdoe@maildrop.srv.ualberta.ca>
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Subject: tebrikler
 

Yasay Bey:

Tebrikler efendim Kuzey Kibris web site'i icin. Epeyi emeginiz gecmis
galiba ama deger.
 

Hasan Uludag
Assistant Professor
University of Alberta
Edmonton, Canada

From: eboston@indiana.edu
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First=Emery
Middle=Scott
Last=Boston
Address=901 E. Cottage Grove, Bloomington, IN47408 U.S.A email=eboston@indiana.edu
learn=Net searched
comments=What international NGOs have been willing to locate an office in North Cyprus?
view=Y

Date: Thu, 26 Mar 1998 16:14:08 -0500
From: Leslie Berlin <iipes@tfas.org>
Reply-To: iipes@tfas.org
Organization: The Fund for American Studies
To: y.y.senturk@Bradford.ac.uk
Subject: reciprocal links
 

I'd like to link our websites to each other.  I am the director of the
International Institute for Political and Economic Studies sponsored by
The Fund for American Studies and held each summer in Athens and
Olympia, Greece.  We just created a webpage and I am trying to recruit
students from Cyprus (North and South!) to apply for the program.  If
you have any questions or to reply you can email me or Lisa Kearns at
goldy@tfas.org (she created my website and can do the links).  Thanks!

From: "Cengiz Toklu" <yct@cenet.emu.edu.tr>
To: <y.y.senturk@Bradford.ac.uk>
Subject: Thank you
Date: Sun, 29 Mar 1998 17:59:56 +0300
Message-Id: <01bd5b23$56516600$a72b8cc1@win95.emu.edu.tr>
 

Bu guzel sayfalar dizisi icin tebrikler ve tesekkurler.
Bazi linkler calismiyor (ornek: Magusa haritasi). Herhalde yeniden
konabilir.

Tekrar tebrikler.

Cengiz Toklu
East Mediterranean Univ.
Civil Engineering Dept.
(http://www.emu.edu.tr)

Date: Mon, 30 Mar 1998 15:18:27 +0300
From: Tumer Senel <akdeniz4@superonline.com>
To: nchp-webmaster@cypnet.com
Subject: Bilgi Talebi

Sayin Ilgili,
            Arastirmasini yapmis oldugum Kibris-Türk edebiyati ile
ilgili olarak Edebiyat Tarihi ve kaynaklari hakkinda sizlerden bilgi
vermenizi rica ederim. Ihtiyacim olan bilgiler kaynak ve kaynak
içerikleri. Bu konuda yardimci olacaginiz için simdiden tesekkür eder
iyi çalismalar dilerim.
 
Kadir Aci
Kolukisa Anadolu Lisesi
Yesilyurt/MALATYA

Date: Tue, 31 Mar 1998 13:01:11 +0200
From: Tuttinsieme <tuttinsieme@tuttinsieme.it>
To: "'nchp-webmaster@cypnet.com'
<nchp-webmaster@cypnet.com>
Subject: Travel Directory

Please visit us

http://www.tuttinsieme.it

Do you enclose your logo-banner in our page?
It's free for six months

Thanks for your attention and best regards.

Nadia Zilio
Tuttinsieme
Italy

Date: Tue, 31 Mar 1998 10:10:40 +0200
From: BEYHAN BULGUR <hisb.bulgur@wxs.nl>
To: nchp-webmaster@cypnet.com
Subject: SELAMLAR

MERHABA KUZEY KIBRIS.
IK WENS JULLIE VEEL STERKTE EN SUCCES (HOLLANDACA)
 
B.BULGUR
HOLLANDA



APRIL 1998


From: "Rudy Engelander" <engeland@xs4all.nl>
To: <y.y.senturk@Bradford.ac.uk>
Subject: CTA timetable
Date: Wed, 1 Apr 1998 23:35:03 +0100
 

Your Cyprus Turkish Airlines timetable is a little behind the times. Not very useful this way. The rest of your site is fine.

Mr. R.Engelander, Amsterda

Date: Thu, 02 Apr 1998 09:34:28 +0100
From: "Sue Weeks" <s.weeks@bathspa.ac.uk>
To: y.y.senturk@Bradford.ac.uk
Subject: TRNC
 

I enjoyed visiting your page, you may like to know that the number quoted for The TRNC tourist office is incorrect.  It is 0171 631 1930

With thanks and best wishes.

Date: Fri, 03 Apr 1998 16:19:05 +0300
From: Roger Kaye <kayecy@spidernet.com.cy>
To: yysentur@Bradford.ac.uk
Subject: The other side of the picture

I am having difficulty, even on visits to London, in finding books etc giving a balanced view of the political hopes, aspirations and
historical beliefs of ordinary Northern Cypriots.

Is the NCYPRUS-L likely to be of any use to me?  Are there any other web sites you can suggest I try?

I am a UK national, presently resident in  western Cyprus and
unfortunately I do not speak Turkish.

Many thanks for your trouble.

Roger P. Kaye.

Date: Sat, 4 Apr 1998 19:33:52 +0100 (BST)
From: "murat hassan" <mhassan@dircon.co.uk>
To: <yysentur@Bradford.ac.uk>
Subject: Form posted from Microsoft Internet Explorer.

First=HULUS
Middle=DURAL
Last=HASSAN
Address=97 WINN ROAD LEE LONDON SE12 9EZ ENGLAND
email=hulus.hassan@unn.ac.uk
learn=Net searched
comments=this homepage muust be kept up to date i feel very upset the TRNC is not recognised. Hompages like these provide people with links to the N.Cyprus
view=Y

From: KEREM 1 <KEREM1@aol.com>
Date: Tue, 7 Apr 1998 19:53:07 EDT
To: yysentur@Bradford.ac.uk
Mime-Version: 1.0
Subject: Form response

First=Kerem
Middle=
Last=Hassan
Address=
email=Kerem1@aol.com
comments=Dear  Yasar and all who has been interested enough to Cyprus has never ever been Greek and there were no more than 30,000 Greeks on the Island       with over l00,000 Turks when the Island was leased to the British in l878.  Within 15 years  over 500 000 Greeks had been  imported   into Cyprus from Greece with the Turks forcing to emigrate - thus the plan  of the British to make sure that the Island would be handed back to her  rightful owner  Ottoman Empire than which subsequently became Turkey   with  the enemy from within was realised.  Important fact to note at this stage  is that Cyprus belonged to Turkey for over 300 years until l878. As events   showed  the Greeks in fact turned against the British as well and massacred  British soldiers  as well as British women and children in thousands  in   their attempt to realise their dream of Enosis  Union with Greece.

In order  however for this to happen  they also had to exterminate the Turks in Cyprus  and thousands of Turks were also viciously murdered.  One thing our Greek  friends are right about is that the whole world stood by whilst the Turks   were being killed - was it perhaps because they were  Moslems  Was the Turkish massacres part of a larger plan.  One thing is  for sure  the Greeks had the best deal by the signing of the l960 Treaty  which  for the first time gave them rights on Cyprus  albeit not full rights  but this unfortunately was not enough and between l963 to l974 massacres  continued with the UN doing nothing except watching  as they did in Bosnia. The hatred of the Greeks is clearly visible  even from the messages that  they send  by their continuing attacks on the Turks  now through the borders  and it is crystal clear that they do not accept the existence of the Turks  in Cyprus.  One thing the whole world  ESPECIALLY OUR GREEK FRIENDS cannot  deny is that there are Turks in Cyprus and they are entitled to have rights  no less than their  enemy  who is trying to destroy them.  If the Greek motherland imposes and forces the rest of the Christian world not to  recognise TRNC  if Turkish Cypriots suffer because of  the economical sanctions that have been put on them by Europe whilst the  Greek side enjoy the financial aid given to Cyprus but which is kept by  the Greeks.

 THE WHOLE WORLD SHOULD BE ASHAMED BECAUSE THEY ARE CONTINUING  TO PUNISH THE VICTIMS WHILST THE CRIMINALS ARE REWARDED. WHETHER RECOGNISED  OR NOT - TURKISH CYPRIOTS EXIST AND THEY WILL SURVIVE. THEY HAVE NEVER BEEN  CONQUERED AND NEVER WILL BE AND IT IS ABOUT TIME THE WHOLE WORLD UNDERSTOOD  THIS AND STOPPED DENYING THEM THEIR BASIC HUMAN RIGHTS.

All matters mentioned  here can be checked from the Colonial Office in London. Yasar - Well done  Proud of you lot. Keep up the Good Work and ignore the  enemyís hostile and unreasonable messages.  What else can they do. Her hangi bir seye ihtiyac olursa  her zaman yardima haziriz.

Kerem Hassan

view=Y

Date: Tue, 7 Apr 1998 09:10:03 EDT
From: RoyerF <RoyerF@aol.com>
To: nchp-webmaster@cypnet.com
Cc: newsdesk@cypnet.com
Subject: North Cyprus chat room

Hello,

I live in France and I would be interrested in talking with people from North Cyprus. Could you please give some information about it. Is it possible to leave messages for a friend of mine who lives in Magusa, because a letter by mail takes more than one month from Paris to Cyprus.

I thank you very much in advance for your help.

Françoise

Date: Wed, 08 Apr 1998 11:20:08 +0200
From: Frans Wiering <frans.wiering@let.ruu.nl>
To: nchp-webmaster@cypnet.com
Subject: error in links

Dear webmaster,
I noticed that the links (apparently to music files) on the page

http://www.cypnet.com/.ncyprus/musica.html

generate an error message. Could these be fixed?

Best,
Frans Wiering
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From: Greekcyp1 <Greekcyp1@aol.com>
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Date: Fri, 10 Apr 1998 07:17:01 EDT
To: y.y.senturk@Bradford.ac.uk
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CYPRUS IS GREEK AND IT SHALL BECOME GREEK AGAIN .
TURKISH TROOPS GET THE HELL OUT OF CYPRUS
BEFORE WE USE FORCE TO KICK YOU OUT.

From support@dost.net Tue Apr 14 04:35 BST 1998
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"Banner Exchange" programimiza katilmak ister misiniz? Her ziyaretci  size bir reklam kazandiriyor ve diger sayfalarda reklaminiz yapiliyor.  http://www.dost.net/xchange adresinde gerekli aciklamalari bulacaksiniz.

Dost Net

From: ALPTRVL@aol.com
Date: Sun, 15 Feb 1998 23:20:53 EST
To: y.y.senturk@Bradford.ac.uk
Subject: Turcocrawler!!!!
 

Hi,

I visited The North Cyprus Page, you really did a good job. But why don't you try and add "Turcocrawler" to your web site. It searches 6 most famous search engines at the same time. It is new, and works great.

http://www.elturco.com/elturco/super.html

Best wishes.
Murat


Date: Fri, 17 Apr 1998 20:50:34 +0200
From: Grand Hotel Europe <grand-hotel-europe@bluewin.ch>
Reply-To: grand-hotel-europe@bluewin.ch
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This place  belongs to the Cypriots of greek or turkish origin. Send the mainland turks where they came from and let us live together.

Date: Mon, 20 Apr 1998 00:19:21 +0300
From: C E Teymur <teymur@scientist.com>
Reply-To: teymur@scientist.com
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To: y.y.senturk@Bradford.ac.uk
Subject: Türkçe Þiir Sayfasýna Nasýl Link Çekebilirsiniz?

Merhaba,

http://www.yildiz.edu.tr/~teymur/siirler/siirhome.html Türkçe
Þiir Sitesini yenileme ve geliþtirme çalýþmalarým son hýzla devam ediyor. Fakat bunu tam anlamýyla mükemmel bir þiir sitasi yapmak için bir kiþinin tek baþýna çalýþmasý hiç bir zaman deðil. Bu nedenle sizden yardým istemeye karar verdim. Þu þekilde yardýmcý olabilirsiniz:

1. Sitenin içeriðini artýrmaya yönelik olarak, þu anda listede ismi
bulunan veya bulunmayan üç adet þair seçerek, bu þairlere ait bilgi, resim, biyografi, haklarýnda yazýlmýþ yazýlar, þiirleri, eserleri vs. bilgi toplayýp bunlarý mail ile gönderebilirsiniz.

2. Kendi þiirlerinizi gönderebilirsiniz.

3. Eðer kendinize ait web sayfanýz varsa bu sayfanýzdan Türkçe Þiir Sitesine link çekebilirsiniz. Aþaðýda bunu nasýl yapabileceðiniz açýklanmýþtýr.

4. ASP, DHTML, vs. biliyor iseniz ve Türkçe Þiir Sitesini teknik açýdan daha iyi hale getirmek için yardýmcý olabilirsiniz.

5. Þiir sitesine benzer þekilde, sinema, tiyatro, öykü vs. sanatýn diðer dallarý ile ilgili sitelerin açýlmasý ve içerikleri ile ilgili düþüncelerinizi bildirebilirsiniz.

Size þimdiden teþekkür ederim.

Cengiz Ekrem TEYMUR
teymur@scientist.com

Web Sitenizden Türkçe Þiir Sayfasýna Nasýl Link Çekebilirsiniz?

Bunu yapmak için html kodunda, linki yerleþtirmek istediðiniz yere aþaðýdaki kodlarý kopyalayýn. Böylece, o noktada Türkçe Þiir sayfasý için hazýrlanan logo görünecek ve bu logoya basýldýðýnda web tarayýcýnýn açacaðý yeni sayfaya
Türkçe Þiir Sayfasý yüklenecektir.(Bu sayfanýn en altýnda örneðini görebilirsiniz.) Internet'e baðlý deðilken logonun görünmeyeceðini unutmayýn:

Bu arada, grafiði iyi olan arkadaþlardan bir ricam var: Çok büyük olmayan, ve az yer kaplayan bir logo hazýrlayacak olurlarsa bu logoyu kullanabiliriz. Ýsterseniz "logosiir.gif" resmini kendi sitenize kopyalayýp kullanabilirsiniz. Fakat bunu tavsiye etmem, çünkü orijinal hali ile kullanýldýðýnda, logo deðiþecek olursa, sayfanýza baðlanan kiþiler, sizin ekstra bir iþlem yapmanýza
gerek kalmadan yeni logoyu göreceklerdir.

http://www.yildiz.edu.tr/~teymur/siirler/siirhome.html
--
Cengiz Ekrem TEYMUR
http://www.yildiz.edu.tr/~teymur
mailto:teymur@scientist.com
 

Date: Fri, 24 Apr 1998 16:09:19 +0200
From: stephen <sbd@global.co.za>
To:y.y.senturk@bradford.ac.uk
Subject: return

Greetings ,we are trying to find the telephone numbers  of 2 hotels which we visited last year , namely
The DOME HOTEL in Girne (Kyrenia)
and the PALM BEACH Hotel in Gazimagosa (Famagusta)

Can you help us ?
Thanks, Stephen Daitsh

From: KEREM 1 <KEREM1@aol.com>
Message-ID: <f9999df.35413781@aol.com>
Date: Fri, 24 Apr 1998 21:08:16 EDT
To: yysentur@Bradford.ac.uk
Subject: Merhaba Kardesh
 

Dear Friends,

Firstly,  may I congratulate you on this excellent web-site -the best I have come across,  and wish you lot every success,  and patience to actually keep it going.  It must be hard work!

I would just like to let you know that I live in North London (Highbury),  and that I feel the same way as you with regards the Cyprus issue.   Therefore,  I would appreciate it if you could let me know when ever you needed any sort of help with absolutely anything!!  I would love to be of some help to you lot.

Furthermore,  I hope to keep in contact with you brothers more frequently as I am actively involved with the Turkish/Turkish Cypriot community here in London,  and wish to maintain contact with people I feel are special.
 
PLEASE DO NOT FORGET THIS (BELOW) :

On May - 3rd (Sunday) there will be a Flower Exhibition held at a place in Spalding.  It is the largest flower show in the UK.   We  (HORNSEY TURKISH SCHOOL),  have been told by the TRNC representative office (Embassy to be more precise) to go and dance  folklor there.  Last year,  when we went,   TRNC
flags were put onto the flag poles which was a feeling that I thought I would never experience here.  The Greeks,  as usual are apparently protesting but the show is to take place,  and so will our flag take place on those flag poles.   THEREFORE,  IF YOU ARE NEAR THERE/ OR WOULD LIKE TO GO, PLEASE LET ME KNOW,  AND I WILL E-MAIL THE EXACT LOCATION OF THIS EVENT TO YOU AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. This would be an excellent place
for us to meet,  if possible.   And anyway we would not mind some support from you guys!! I am waiting for a response my friend.

KEEP IN TOUCH KARDESH

KEREM HASAN

Date: Sat, 25 Apr 1998 10:08:34 +0200
From: stephen <sbd@global.co.za>
To: y.y.senturk@bradford.ac.uk
Subject: Re: return

Merhaba Dear Yashar
Thanks for replying so quickly.
Much appreciated. Have tried unsuccessfully
this past week to contact Dome hotel
through various e-mail addresses
supplied by numerous internet sites, now
I have their telephone number,thanks.
(for some reason the Palm Beach Hotel
in Magusa didnt supply any e-address or telephone
Perhaps the Dome will pass it on to me)

Best Wishes,
Steve D

Date: Tue, 28 Apr 1998 07:45:00 +0000
From: Turkish_Cultural_Society <tcsoc@ukc.ac.uk>
To: tcsoc@ukc.ac.uk
Subject: Kuzey Kibris Web Sayfasi

To whom it may concern,

We would like to mirror the Nothern Cyprus Wep-Page. How would this be possilbe? As we do not have neought time as students to prepare a seperate KKTC Webpage, and we would like something more sophisticated than a link to your page, is there any way that we can mirror your website? Thank you very
much.

Best regards,

Turkish Cultural Society
The University of Kent at Canterbury


MAY 1998


Date: Fri, 1 May 1998 23:53:19 CDT
From: kprinter@nationwide.net
To: nchp-webmaster@cypnet.com
Subject: Medieval music from  Cyprus

Hi.
  There is a link on your site to a Web Page
about mediveal music from Cyprus. But, when I
attempt to access the music samples on this page,
I cannot do so.
   Do you have any idea if this music still
can be found somewhere at another site? Or,
do you know how to contact the creators of that
web site?
   Thanks for any help. I found the writing
on that page about music in Cyprus to be
fascinating, and I would like to hear the
files listed on that page.

Mark
kprinter@dfw.net

Date: Sat, 02 May 1998 12:51:41 +0000
From: Chris Palmer <cppalmer@facstaff.wisc.edu>
To: nchp-webmaster@cypnet.com
Subject: Cyprus

Hi,  my name is Chris Palmer (from England originally), but now living
in the USA.  Your web page was very informative, I have visited The
Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, its a great place and the people
are very freindly.  Although I have read the "road to Bellapais" it was
good to refresh my memory on the political situation and events both
past and present.
 

Best wishes for the future of Cyprus

Chris Palmer

From: "Martens Marc" <martens.demeulemeester@skynet.be>
To: <y.y.senturk@Bradford.ac.uk>
Subject: rent a motorbike in Cyprus ?
Date: Sat, 2 May 1998 23:22:53 +0200
 

Hello,

you have a great site with a lot of information

Do you know from which age you can rent and drive a motorbike in Cyprus ?
In Belgium you need an additional drivers license for bikes and you have to
be 21 years old to drive a motorbike.

We would like to know if we could rent bikes during a holiday in Cyprus and
if our son of 18 years old could drive his own bike ?

Greetings,

Marc Martens

From: A Brimont <ABrimont@aol.com>
Date: Tue, 5 May 1998 15:23:46 EDT
To: yysentur@Bradford.ac.uk
Mime-Version: 1.0
Subject: Form Antwort

First=Andre
Middle=Michael
Last=Brimont
Address=Zeppelinstr 43 Dusseldorf Germany
email=abrimont@aol.com
learn=Net searched
comments=Ich war schon  F6fter in der TRNC und kann mir kaum einen schoneren Platz vorstellen.  giebt dort freundliche weltoffene Menschen die man gerne wiedersieht. wochen bin ich wieder mal dort man sieht sich in Esentepe,  Andre
view=Y

Date: Tue, 12 May 1998 22:07:41 -0400
From: Mohamad R Omran <OMRAN@prodigy.net>
To: nchp-webmaster@cypnet.com
Subject: HELP!!!

Hi,

I have killing myself trying to find information about finding a website that gives information
about having an Islamic marriage in North Cyprus.  I figured that this site would have it, but
I was wrong.

I am coming from the USA and I am going to meet my fiance from Lebanon in Cyprus in
order to get married and I don't want to have a civil marriage. I want to have an Islamic
marriage and I just need a phone number to contact a Sheikh or anyone that can give me
information about the requirements (blood test, waiting period, etc.).

Please help me because I have really began to get desperate. I appreciate your time and effort
in helping me out.

Sincerely,
Mohamad

Date: Wed, 13 May 1998 01:57:21 +0300
From: DENIZKIZI ROYAL HOTEL <denizkiz@cypronet.net>
To: nchp-webmaster@cypnet.com
Subject: hotel guide

Dear sir

Lately I have been wiewing your web page, and admiring it quite alot.
However in your ''Hotel Quide to North Cyprus'' our establishments
(both Denizkizi *** and Denizkizi Royal **** ) are not in the list.

I will be more than pleased to give you all the information and any
other queries if needed.

Looking forward to hearing from you,

Director

Ahmet Aydeniz FHCIMA

Date: Wed, 13 May 1998 12:35:06 +0300
From: "Stelios A. Orphanides" <stelios@cytanet.com.cy>
To: nchp-webmaster@cypnet.com

justice one day shall overcome....
and that will be the day when your pig denktash wioll pay for his crimes....

Date: Thu, 14 May 1998 09:18:54 -0500 (CDT)
Message-Id: <199805141418.JAA12011@smtp2.mailsrvcs.net>
From: "steve bagozzi" <sbagozzi@gte.net>
To: <yysentur@Bradford.ac.uk>
Subject: Form posted from Microsoft Internet Explorer.
 

First=Steve
Middle=
Last=Bagozzi
Address=P.O.Box 381 Hilmar, California 95324 USA
email=sbagozzi@gte.net
comments=
view=Y

Date: Fri, 15 May 1998 19:40:20 +0300 (EET DST)
From: Theodore <cockroach@cytanet.com.cy>
To: nchp-webmaster@cypnet.com

i surfed on in and liked your site

being myself a cypriot, (greek) living in the south of cyprus, i was
expecting to see this page full of propoganda against us living in the south.

Good work that you managed to keep that out. I wish the people making web pages in the south could use the same policy.

 theo
http://members.tripod.com/~roachs/napa.html

Date: Sat, 16 May 1998 13:43:45 +0100
From: "New age Cypriot traveller (Suley Le Vander)"
     <suley@lovemac.demon.co.uk>
To: "'info@cypnet.com'" <info@cypnet.com>
Subject: Educational Multimedi

This is your decision.

I have created an educational multimedia web site for teaching the turkish language and history.

If you want you can put this in the CYNET hot list...check it out!

http://www.cynetcity.com/southstreet/96/turkish/index.html

In return...your CYPNET logo will be placed on the web site

Thank you

Date: Mon, 25 May 1998 02:12:41 +0300
From: DENIZKIZI ROYAL HOTEL <denizkiz@cypronet.net>
To: nchp-webmaster@cypnet.com
Subject: hotels

To CYPNET

Dear sir
I will be very pleased to se our hotels '' Denizkýzý ***  '' and ''
Denizkýzý royal ****'' in your Hotel guide. I will be glad to give you
any information  needed.

Thank you in advance.

Ahmet Aydeniz
Denizkýzý hotel
Alsancak, Girne
Tel: 8212676

From: G.J.Atfield@newcastle.ac.uk
Message-Id: <199805271014.LAA08308@cheviot.ncl.ac.uk>
Date: Wed, 27 May 1998 11:14:06 -0700
Organization: Newcastle University
MIME-Version: 1.0
To: yysentur@Bradford.ac.uk
Subject: Form posted from Mozilla

First=Gaby
Middle=Jane
Last=Atfield
Address=Dept. of Geography Daysh Building University of Newcastle   Newcastle-upon-Tyne. NE1 7RU. U.K.
email=g.j.atfield@ncl.ac.uk
learn=Net searched
comments=Iím trying to find information on Turkish-Cypriot organisations in London England and I would be grateful
                 for any help contacts you could provide. Thanks.
view=Y


Date: Thu, 28 May 1998 21:37:18 +0300 (EET DST)
Message-ID: <000001bd8a67$ee141500$d601cf9b@default>
From: "Fani Kazantsou" <fkaz@eled-fl.auth.gr>
Content-Length: 1583
Status: RO
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First= Sotirios
Middle= George
Last= Kazantsos
Address=
email= host_70@hotmail.com
learn= Followed a link

comments= So corner of earth touched by heaven? How about corner of earth touched by barbarians, rapists, thieves,
raw killers with no respect for human life in general number of the most serious crimes have been committed there against
not only poor greek-cypriots but against the human race in general too.

We greeks from Greece and all over the world will never stop fighting with greek-cypriots for justice and for the return of
all stolen properties of greek-cypriots and a conviction of all the people who were leaders of this invasion. Turkey will never
be a member of the European Union as long as it ignores the cypriot issue and continues threatening the eastern islands of
Greece. We fought for this land for about 4000 years and we are ready to fight you back for another 4000 as long as you
continue these politics of invading Cyprus in 1974 and now wanting to invade Greece and the greek seas. I feel sorry for both
Turks and turkish-cypriots living in such poverty because some military pigs rule the country buying more and more weapons
for their games when people are almost starving. I hope someday a true democracy is going to rise in Turkey letting it become
a truly european country away from military dictatorship thirld-world standards. Only then all the greek-turkish  problems
and the cyprtiot too are going to be solved. Until then watch out. Greeks will never die.

view= Y

Message-ID: <3570149B.476@pc.jaring.my>
Date: Sat, 30 May 1998 07:15:55 -0700
From: ceejay <ceejay@pc.jaring.my>
Reply-To: ceejay@pc.jaring.my
X-Mailer: Mozilla 3.0 (Win95; U)
MIME-Version: 1.0
To:nchp-webmaster@cypnet.com
Subject: WWF 1990 issue
Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit
X-Rcpt-To: yash@cypnet.com
 

Hi,

I am a Malaysian collector and I am looking for the Cyprus 1990 WWF issue (birds).

Can you tell me if the postal authority or any stamp dealer in your area sells this ?Thanks.

CLIFFORD WONG
Address:  51, SS 18/5A Subang Jaya
          47500 Selangor
          MALAYSIA



JUNE 1998


Date: Mon, 1 Jun 1998 15:03:46 +0200
From: ntalioti@cytanet.com.cy
To: nchp-webmaster@cypnet.com
Subject: peace

I am a young greek cypriot who wish peace
if you are so please e-mail me

makis
ntalioti@cytanet.com.cy


Date: Tue, 10 Jun 1997 13:43:26 +0200
From: Surf Inn Cafe Stuttgart <usrs@piro.net>
Organization: surf inn
X-Mailer: Mozilla 4.03 [en] (Win95; I)
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Subject: selam
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selamlar, internette kibrisa girdim, cünkü babam kibrisli, ve kibrisli
genclerle internet aracaligi ile konusup tanismak istiyorum, sende
adresler varsa mutlaka bekliyorum!!!!simdiden tesekkürler......

adresim:
erkantuna@hotmail.com

--
____________________________________________
Surf Inn Cafe Stuttgart

Reply auf dieser E-Mail-Adresse nicht moeglich !
____________________________________________


Message-ID: <357FE014.CB9@cytanet.com.cy>
Date: Thu, 11 Jun 1998 16:48:05 +0300
From: Christos Maximos <maximos@cytanet.com.cy>
Reply-To: maximos@cytanet.com.cy
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GO GET A LIFE

Message-ID: <357FE04A.3E95@cytanet.com.cy>
Date: Thu, 11 Jun 1998 16:49:00 +0300
From: Christos Maximos <maximos@cytanet.com.cy>
Reply-To: maximos@cytanet.com.cy
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GO GET YOUR OWN ISLAND , GET YOUR OWN NAME

Message-Id: <199806161955.WAA18507@mail.hol.gr>
From: "liba" <liba@hol.gr>
To: <yysentur@Bradford.ac.uk>
Subject: excellent homepage
Date: Tue, 16 Jun 1998 18:00:22 +0300
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Cellam,i wonder if i can travel at North Cyprus
and see some archaiologiacal places im interested
in ,as well the ship of Kyrenia.

Im a Greek-Cyprian citizen living in Athens,i have no Greek-European
citizenship yet. So,could i travel in north cyprus with my cyprian passport?
Is it easier to enter North Cyprus with a greek-european passport?
 

thanx, Mari

From: "Dogan Unlucan" <UNLUCAN@cypress.emu.edu.tr>
To: y.y.senturk@Bradford.ac.uk
Date: Wed, 17 Jun 1998 13:49:24 +1100
Subject: comments
Priority: normal
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I couldn't read the comments of 1997, and also I want to read the
comments of 1998 when they submitted. Congratulations for good work.
Don't forget BRTK is on satelite, starting from 20th of Saturday at
22.30 (uk time).


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    17 Jun 98 16:34:31 +1100
From: "ASKIN" <ASKIN@BENET.EMU.EDU.TR>
To: <yysentur@Bradford.ac.uk>
Subject: TRNC
Date: Wed, 17 Jun 1998 09:29:50 +0300
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From: primeart@superonline.com (Niyal Firioglu)
To: <yysentur@Bradford.ac.uk>
Date: Sat, 20 Jun 1998 00:03:04 +0400
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First=Niyal
Middle=
Last=Fikrioglu
Address=F.Ebcioglu Sok. No.15 1.Levent Istanbul Turkey
email=primeart@superonline.com
learn=From a friend
comments=I'm sorry but you guys should follow-up the new technologies and
update your web pages as soon as possible. I see that you've formed quite
a good database but you have not seemed to give the same importance to the
visual character of your site. People visiting your site fom other countries
will think that you don't spend any time thinking about your site.
view=Y

From: "cuma" <cuma.sueruecue@weihenstephan.org>
To: <yash@cypnet.com>
Date: Sat, 20 Jun 1998 00:36:37 +0200
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sayfaniz cok hosuma gitti
islerinizde basarilar dilerim
Biz Almanya'da turkler icin internet sayfalari yapmak istiyoruz
isterseniz katkida bulunabilirsiniz. Bazi linkler de soyleyebilirsiniz

Sevgiler, Cuma

Date: Tue, 23 Jun 1998 20:36:11 -0500 (CDT)
From: kprinter@nationwide.net
To: nchp-webmaster@cypnet.com
Cc: kprinter@nationwide.net
Subject: Music

Hi.
  I would like to know if it possible to
hear the music files listed on your  Web
Site as Medieval music of Cyprus? At the
end of the link, there are numerous files
listed but you can't  link to them. I am
interested in hearing this music.

Let me know if you have any suggestions.

Mark


Message-ID: <016701bd9f4f$4f75e0c0$621baec3@trt.egenet.com.tr>
From: "Dr Abdullah Manaz" <bilginet@egenet.com.tr>
To: <y.y.senturk@Bradford.ac.uk>
Subject: from Turkey BilgiNet
Date: Wed, 24 Jun 1998 12:05:57 +0300
Content-Length: 1741
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Selamlar;
web sayfanizin linki, sayfamizdaki Turk Dunyasi haritasina eklenmistir.
degisiklik durumunda veya sayfamizda olmayan ulkenizdeki Turk
kuruluslarinin web adreslerini bize bildirirseniz buyuk mutluluk
duyariz.

Saygilarimla
Dr Abdullah Manaz
BilgiNet Stratejik Arastirmalar Merkezi
http://www.bilginet.com
bilginet@bilginet.com

Message-ID: <35941502.24ABCE42@earthlink.net>
Date: Fri, 26 Jun 1998 17:39:14 -0400
From: Osman Gazioglu <designsplus@earthlink.net>
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Subject: cyprus radio station bayrak
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where is the website for this radio station?



JULY 1998


From: "Janet Buck" <Westmyer@btinternet.com>
To: <yysentur@Bradford.ac.uk>
Subject: Northern Cyprus
Date: Wed, 8 Jul 1998 12:57:45 +0100
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Hoping to visit in September and want to know cheapest airline and best flight route.

Regards
Janet Buck


From: Alevv@aol.com
Message-ID: <8d7e5fb7.35a525aa@aol.com>
Date: Thu, 9 Jul 1998 16:18:49 EDT
To: yysentur@Bradford.ac.uk
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First=Alev
Middle=Nur
Last=Yasatan
Address=1134 N. Wolcott St. Chicago Il. 60622 U.S.A.
email=Alevv@aol.com
learn=Net searched
comments=
view=Y

From: Turkib@aol.com
Message-ID: <7ade222a.35a56ab7@aol.com>
Date: Thu, 9 Jul 1998 21:13:26 EDT
To: yash@cypnet.com
Mime-Version: 1.0
Subject: Turkish Cyprus Revenue Stamps
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Am interested in 1962-1976 perf 10 10 mils -1000 mils  and perf 101/2  i5 mils and 15 mils and 25 mils.  Also 1978-1979 perf 10 1/2 Damga Pulu  from 0.5TL-500TL;  1980 50 TL and 1984 rouletted 10000 TL.  Advise availability and price in  $ U.S.
 


From: "Aaron Naparstek" <aaron@thetortoise.com>
To: <y.y.senturk@Bradford.ac.uk>
Subject: hello
Date: Fri, 10 Jul 1998 14:18:57 -0400
MIME-Version: 1.0
 

Hi. Not much time to write right now, unfortunately.

I'm working at a summer camp in Maine called Seeds of Peace with a group of Turkish Cypriot kids. I want to give them a list of Internet Service Providers that they can call when they return home to Cyprus. Do you have the latest info on which are the best and least expesnive ISP's in northern Cyprus? It would be much appreciated if you could point me in the right direction.

Thanks,

Aaron Naparstek

Date: Sun, 12 Jul 1998 13:45:30 +0100 (BST)
Message-ID: <000001bdad93$2da49340$2e3370c2@mneuman>
From: "Mark Neuman" <mneuman@dircon.co.uk>
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First= Mark
Middle= Alexander
Last= Neuman
Address= 58 Barry Road, East Dulwich, London SE22 OHP
email= mneuman@dircon.co.uk
learn= Followed a link

comments= Congratulations on a very go  and helpful site.
Unfortunately I could not find all the information I am seeking. I would like to travel to North Cyprus by plane and then go to Turkey by ferryboat. Please provide a link to information about ferries, destination ports, sailing dates, crossing duration, passenger fares, onboard facilities, booking arrangements
etc. Thanks again

view= Y

From: Mert812@aol.com
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Date: Sun, 12 Jul 1998 19:17:31 EDT
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First=Mehmet
Middle=
Last=Salahi
Address=Arizona, USA
email=mert812@aol.com
learn=Regular visitor to North Cyprus site
comments=
view=Y

From: TSchlie275@aol.com
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Date: Mon, 13 Jul 1998 15:27:52 EDT
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Dear Mr Sentürk,

I saw your name on the northern cyprus homepage.
In 3 days I fly for the 12th time to northern cyprus to stay for 
two weeks in our house in lapta. for the rest of the time I am 
looking for conzact to people who live in north cyprus to get the latest news about this beautiful island. to change experiences and get news about interesting places.

if you want please write back

yours
Tilman Schlieperr

From: Carl Luchies #3 <cluchies@kumc.edu>
Organization: KU Medical Center
Date: Mon, 13 Jul 1998 13:58:41 -0500
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Hello my name is Antonis Stylianou and I am a Cypriot.  I would like to say a few things. I was reading the comments that people wrote about your page and I think that it is a disgrace that both Greek and Turkish Cypriots are calling names each other and what is really disappointing is that most of these people are supposed to be educated.  Some of the things you have on your page I don't agree with either, but internet is the perfect way to open the communication lines that separated Cypriots for the last 24 years. Instead these people only spread hate.  One last
thing to anybody that insists that Cyprus is Turkish or Greek,  Cyprus belongs to Cypriots and nobody else.  Read history and you will understand that our Greek or Turkish cultural heritage does not make us an extension of these two countries.  People like you are not part of the solution but part of the problem.  I hope at least that most of the Cypriots want a united independent Cyprus away from both Turkey and Greece.  Remember a close mind is a good thing to lose.

Thank you

Antonis Stylianou
styl@falcon.cc.ukans.edu

From: Kriswilymz@aol.com
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First=Chris
Middle=
Last=Williams
Address=
email=kriswilymz@aol.com
learn=From a friend
comments=My girlfriend Dawn dawnmh@aol.com and I are very much looking forward to visiting your beautiful country from 8th to 15th August 1998. This home page has been invaluable in helping us to plan our holiday. I will write again on our return but I know we will enjoy ourselves.
Thank you
view=Y




Message-Id: <s5ab5324.018@ems.rmit.edu.au>
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Date: Tue, 14 Jul 1998 12:46:16 +1000
From: "Serif Ozege" <serif.ozege@rmit.EDU.AU>
To: y.y.senturk@Bradford.ac.uk
Subject:  Hi
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Hi
I am writing from Melbourne Australia,  I am very interested to find out if there is an email listing for Cyprus.  I got your address from your page.

I will appreciate if you could give me some information.

Thank you

Serif

Date: Tue, 14 Jul 1998 08:24:04 +0300
From: Christine ALTINAY <ccdt@atlas.net.tr>
To: nchp-webmaster@cypnet.com
Subject: permit

good morning,
can you pls inform me which authority to apply to for getting a permit for the press (photographer)?
Thank you.
Dirk Jeske
ccdt@atlas.net.tr

Date: Wed, 15 Jul 1998 01:25:27 +0300
From: Kashif Rana <krana@ebim.com.tr>
To: nchp-webmaster@cypnet.com
Subject: Info

Hi!

I'm Kashif Rana from Nicosia

Please let me know the price info for monthly uses...and please clarify the limited..or with out limited....

I preferred without limited...so mail me the prices. thanks
Waiting for your Reply..

As you know I'm new user in Cyprus  so need really a good guidance about Internet Service Provider.......who is giving the best service in Island.

Thanks for your time
Kashif

Date: Sat, 18 Jul 1998 08:05:07 EDT
From: Camshirt@aol.com
To: nchp-webmaster@cypnet.com
Subject: Recipe

please send me the recipe for Yalanci Dolma. It was not available on the recipe page. Thank you.
Camshirt@aol.com

Date: Sat, 18 Jul 1998 13:18:07 +1000
From: Yalcin Adal <yalcin@adcom.com.au>
Reply-To: Yalcin Adal <y.adal@medicine.unimelb.edu.au>
To: nchp-webmaster@cypnet.com

Hello,

Some of your URL links from http://www.cypnet.com/az-cyprus/ for e.g.
http://www.cypnet.com/az-cyprus/org.html and http://www.cypnet.com/az-cyprus/buz.html
are not found on your server.

I'm also interested in linking firstly, our family business http://adcom.com.au from your page and also an organization I'm the secretary of http://adcom.com.au/cgaa. Adcom telecommunications is an Australian company owned by ex-patriot Cypriot Turks. CGAA is the Cypriot Graduates Association of Australia, of which I am one of the founding members. We are currrently conducting an on-line discussion (not in real time) on various topics. We would appreciate your contribution.

Could you tell me how well the internet is distributed in Northern Cyprus, i.e. how many people have access to the internet. Is it mainly students and large companies?

Thank-you and best regards,

Yalcin Adal
----------------------------------------
Internet Services....Mobile Telephony.....National & International Direct Dial Connections

Message-ID: <35B350DC.7094@swissonline.ch>
Date: Mon, 20 Jul 1998 15:15:00 +0100
Reply-To: famagusta@swissonline.ch
To: y.y.senturk@Bradford.ac.uk
Subject: A smile from the South
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My name is George Kiayias born in Famagusta and raised in the southern part of Cyprus for most of my life. I have just went through your homepage and saw some pictures taken from the northern part of Cyprus and was quite moved to remember the places which I used to visit as a child and spend time with friends and relatives. The Mimoza Hotel, for example, which is advertized in your homepage, belonged to a very good friend of my family who actually died a couple of years ago in Limassol.

What can I say ? The world is strange but the willingness for both of us to live in peace and harmony is definitely there.

I wish all the best for this island hoping that our leaders and the
weapon-industry stop making us hate one another.

Good luck to us !

Message-ID: <19980720135852.26379.qmail@hotmail.com>
X-Originating-IP: [195.14.136.115]
From: "bilal abdelrahman" <bilalar@hotmail.com>
To: y.y.senturk@Bradford.ac.uk
Subject: i have a couple of q.
Date: Mon, 20 Jul 1998 06:58:52 PDT
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hi ,
i am gonna be a student in an university in cyprus next yearand it is placed some where next to famagusta and it is called eastern
mediterenian university, i was woundering if i can move from the turkish republic to the other one easly ,what i mean is that i a gonna have a car in the university , am i gonna be able to move from one place to another easly , like from famagusta to limmasol? or to ayia napa ?

i am a little bit concerned about that problem! so if you please reply to me as soon as possible . please reply , i appreciate it so much if you do!

bilal abdelrahman

Date: Tue, 21 Jul 1998 10:04:26 -0700
From: Shermin Ozgur <Shermin_Ozgur@mail.intel.com>
To: nchp-webmaster@cypnet.com
Subject: Background color

You need to change the dark blue background color of your web pages.  It is very difficult to read and will discourage a reader to continue.

Date: Tue, 21 Jul 1998 23:42:00 +0400
From: "George C. Joachim" <debo@emirates.net.ae>
Subject: Land Robbers
To: y.y.senturk@Bradford.ac.uk
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Please Mr. Yashar, can you tell me when I can go back to my house in North Cyprus?
George

debo@emirates.net.ae
http://www.angelfire.com/ut/Debozone/

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From: "bilal abdelrahman" <bilalar@hotmail.com>
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Subject: Re: i have a couple of q.
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hi there!
sorry for my too many questions but i have another one ,
if i came to the EMU to study, can i go visit limassol and ayia napa by car? just driving ?

please answer back and i'll be very thank full.
bilal abdelrahman

Date: Tue, 21 Jul 1998 07:59:25 PDT
From: Panayiotis Adamou <p_adamou@hotmail.com>
To: nchp-webmaster@cypnet.com
Subject: Cypriot

Hi. I always wanted to chat with a turkish-cypiot (brother) . If you are one of them and not one of the others that the turkish authority brought by force to Cyprus let me know so we can chat.

P.S. If you want to find out the truth what happend in 1974 let me know.

Date: Wed, 22 Jul 1998 00:04:00 -0400
From: Krystallis Savvides <savvides@kypros.org>
Reply-To: cyprus2@juno.com
To: nchp-webmaster@cypnet.com
Subject: Pitiful...

You guys are PITIFUL....your "Greek-Cypriot" news are a great
farse...Keep on the world misinformation...

Greeks Cypriots do not forget and WILL return home someday.

Have a nice day!


Message-ID: <8c1902e9.35b78cc0@aol.com>
Date: Thu, 23 Jul 1998 15:19:27 EDT
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First=WILLIAM
Middle=
Last=SCULLION
Address=3 GLENWOOD AVE AIRDRIE SCOTLAND U.K.
email=wlscullion@aol.com
learn=Followed a link
comments=I HAVE BOOKED A ONE WEEK TRIP TO SOUTHERN CYPRUS NEXT MONTH STAYING IN PAPHOS WITH MY FAMILY AND I WOULD LIKE TO MAKE A SHORT VISIT TO NORTHERN CYPRUS. IS IT POSABLE TO CROSS THE BORDER IN NICOSIA AND ARE THERE ANY RESTRICTIONS I ASSUME I COULD NOT TAKE
A HIRED CAR ACROSS SO HOW MUCH WOULD A TAXI COST FROM NORTHERN NICOSIA TO KYRENIA I HOLD A BRITISH PASPORT I WOULD BE VERY GRATEFUL IF YOU COULD FIND THE TIME TO REPLY.
view=Y

Date: Sun, 26 Jul 1998 13:53:30 +0300
From: Mete Ozmerter <ozmerter@ebim.com.tr>
To: ceb@cypnet.com
Subject: Re:  Our test web pages

Further to our e-mail of last week, we request that you remove our test pages from your server as soon as possible.  Please note that we now have our own website at www.iktisatbank.cc.

Your test pages show up on search engines, interfering and diluting access to our actual homepage.  Furthermore, the information contained in the test pages regarding
correspondent banking details are considered by our institution to be confidential and unfit to be publicly published.

Please take the necessary measures to remove the said pages from your site and notify the relevant search engines that the pages have been removed.  Otherwise, feel free to
contact me at mete@iktisatbank.cc, or +90 392 228-5300.

Looking forward to your action.

Best Regs.

Mete Ozmerter

Message-ID: <037d01bdb917$6b84e5e0$41f485c2@mete-s-homeboy>
From: "Mete Ozmerter" <ozmerter@ebim.com.tr>
To: <y.y.senturk@Bradford.ac.uk>
Subject: An opinon on your economy page
Date: Sun, 26 Jul 1998 14:25:26 +0300

I recently took a look at your page at
http://salamis.emu.edu.tr/~senturk/currency.html, regarding information on The T.R.N.C. Central Bank and some local banking data.

Although the information you offer on the said page is a lot more than is available elsewhere, the information given is now outdated regarding the required reserve rate on foreign currency (now at %18), and the number of off-shore and on-shore banks.

More importantly, the data seems to specific for an outsider to
understand.  For example, many people will not know about Polly Peck, and might even feel insecure about the banking system in Cyprus, after reading that the Central Bank' funds were frozen for any reason, at a time in the past.  Since your article is one of few available, one could not even explore further into some details you mention, to get a complete picture.

Also, the rates of the Turkish Central Bank are not passed on to the local banks via the T.R.N.C. Central Bank.  In fact the either Bank's official rates are no longer relevant except for some minor
technicalities.  The Money and Exchange Law (Para ve Kambiyo) should offer more insight into the matter.

Again, your reference to the two troubled Bank's, both of which are now back in operation (not one as your article suggest) helps to complete a very dark picture of the banking system.

A brief introduction page such as yours should include only realistic but also optimistic data, so as to lend an attractive view of our young economy.  For example, mentioning all deposits are under deposit insurance up till 7,000 sterling or equivalent would have been more relevant and optimistic.  If your intention is to go into specific details, it would be best to go into full detail, and give a complete picture as to the outcome.

Otherwise I find your site very informative in general and easy to get around.  If I or our institution can be of any service to your
organization regarding the banking system in North Cyprus, please feel free to contact me at mete@iktisatbank.cc

Also feel free to visit our site at http://www.iktisatbank.cc, and give us your opininon.

Best Regards,

Mete Ozmerter
General Manager
Cyprus Economy Bank Ltd.

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First=CYPRUS IS GREEK. FUCK TURKEY
Middle=CYPRUS & GREECE FUCKS TURKEY
Last=FUCK TURKEY AND NTEKTAS
Address=FUCK TURKEY FUCK TURKEY FUCK TURKEY FUCK TURKEY FUCK TURKEY FUCK TURKEY FUCK TURKEY
FUCK TURKEY FUCK TURKEY FUCK TURKEY FUCK TURKEY FUCK TURKEY FUCK TURKEY FUCK TURKEY FUCK TURKEY
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email=Fuckoff@turkey.suck.my.dick Fuckoff@turkey.suck.my.dick Fuckoff@turkey.suck.my.dick
comments=Whatever info specified in this webpage about North Cyprus is FALSE. Itís nothing but
a bunch of lies lies from the Turkish Government perhaps to create tention on the island and false
information to the visitors of this webpage. The truth must be said.
view=Y

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Date: Tue, 07 Jul 1998 10:30:11 +0300
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First=CYPRUS RULEZ YOU
Middle=FUCK TURKEY
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comments=This side is the Worst site i Ever Saw .... Full of Lies from Turkeish Dogs.
view=Y

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Date: Sat, 05 Jul 1997 12:26:45 +0300
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First=O KYprEOs gama tous poustoTourkous
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view=Y


 

AUGUST 1998


From: "jkaris" <jkaris@pyrgos.hellasnet.gr>
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First=Harris
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Last=Iordanis
Address=Greece
email=
comments=Freedom in Cyprus. What you will needs the Turkey or Greece army there.
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Date: Sun, 2 Aug 1998 23:23:17 +0100 (BST)
Message-Id: <199808022223.XAA00870@mail.gn.apc.org>
To: YY SENTURK <Y.Y.Senturk@Bradford.ac.uk>
From: fzsemmo@gn.apc.org (Michael Moutoussis (Dr))
Subject: Re: correction
Status: RO
X-Status:

At 11:55 29/07/98 +0100, YY SENTURK wrote:

>http://www.cypnet.com/.ncyprus/root.html  is NOT an official site of
>Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, but a personal homepage about
>North Cyprus. The official website of TRNC is at
>http://www.trncwashdc.org
>and
>http://www.pubinfo.gov.nc.tr
>
>
>kind regards,
>
>yash senturk
>bradford, uk
>
>

Many thanks for letting me know. I will fix it ASAP. Are you writing from
the dept. of Peace Studies ?

Thanks, Michael.

_____________________________________________
Michael Moutoussis (Dr)            email :  MICHAEL.MOUTOUSSIS@UCL.AC.UK
30 Melrose Av.,                             fzsemmo@gn.apc.org
Potter's Bar EN6 1TA, U.K.

Dept. of Community Psychiatry, Forest Healthcare NHST,
Larkswood Centre, Thorpe Coombe Hospital, Forest Rd., Walthamstow,
London E17 3HP, UK.
----------- What is the way ? In a dead tree, the dragon sings. -----------

Date: Mon, 03 Aug 1998 12:09:51 -0500
From: Todd Henseler <todd@ibsway.com>
To: nchp-webmaster@cypnet.com
Subject: HotelView link confirmation

Dear HotelView Link Partner:

Thank you for participating in our link exchange program, we hope all is
well. This is just a note to indicate we have, as previously agreed, added
a hyperlink from http://www.hotelview.com to your Web site.

As a confirmation of a functioning HotelView link on your Web site, we request
that you respond to this email with the location of the HotelView URL on
your site.

Simply copy and paste the page URL where the HotelView link appears on your
site into a return email along with the title of your site and we'll verify
that the reciprocal link exchange process has been completed on your end.

We would appreciate your prompt response in this matter.  If we don't hear
from you within 2 weeks, we will assume you no longer wish to participate
in the program.

Once again, we would like to remind you that that the free exchange of
hyperlinks is a cost-efficient method to increase Web site exposure and
we certainly hope you recognize this as well with your timely reply.

Thank you for your time and cooperation in this matter. We look forward
to hearing from you soon.

Regards,
Todd
 

HotelView is the traveler's hotel jukebox to the hospitality industry,
providing RealVideo clips that offer insightful visual tours of selected
properties, allowing the traveler to make the best-informed decision before
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Todd Henseler
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Date: Tue, 4 Aug 1998 11:54:35 +0400 (MEDT)
From: Serkan Cebelli <cebellis@boun.edu.tr>
To: nchp-webmaster@cypnet.com
Subject: KKTC WEB Sayfasi

Merhabalar,

Bayrak'inizin arkasinda siyah fon gozukmesi cok guzel bir goruntu
olusturmus. Onu  duzeltmek icin ben bir yol bulamadim. Eger siz
biliyorsaniz, bence duzeltmekte fayda var.

Kamuoyu yaratmak acisindan, 1960-Present ile ilgili bilgiyi daha ilgi
cekecek fontlarda gostermekte yarar var. ayrica sadece o linki, "CYPRUS"
diye altavista vb. yerlerden arandiginda direk cikmasini
saglayabilirsiniz.  Ben bu konuda yardimci olmaya calisabilirim.
Sevgi ve saygilarimla

Serkan Cebelli
Bogazici Universitesi
Endustri Muh.
Arastirma Gorevlisi

Message-ID: <35CB414C.5933F9F3@netcologne.de>
Date: Fri, 07 Aug 1998 20:02:52 +0200
From: Thomas Jung <tjung@netcologne.de>
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To: y.y.senturk@Bradford.ac.uk
Subject: Turgay Hilmi

Dear Yashar,

the information written about me is incomplete & partly wrong.
Please contact me under the telephone-number 0090392
(North-Cyprus)

Cheers!

Turgay Hilmi

Message-ID: <35CF6B95.222E@mail.tlm.openu.ac.il>
Date: Mon, 10 Aug 1998 14:52:21 -0700
From: "O. Frohlich" <oferfr1@talmon.openu.ac.il>
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To: yash@cypnet.com
Subject: EXCHANGE

--
Hello,

I would like to exchange world stamps and phonecards with you.

I need World stamps or phonecards about:
  - Music:  folk music, music instruments, classical music,
            music players, music bands, music conductors,
            music festivals, opera, other music.

I can send you:
  - Stamps, FDCs and phonecards from USA and all world;
  - Topicals: Fauna/animals, Space, Sports, music, cars,
              ships, stamps on stamps, flora, flowers,
              airplanes, important people, christmas, etc.
 

Best Regards,

O. FROHLICH

E-MAIL:       oferfr1@talmon.openu.ac.il


Message-ID: <01BDC57B.97F53240.tjung@netcologne.de>
From: Thomas Jung <tjung@netcologne.de>
To: "'YY SENTURK'" <Y.Y.Senturk@Bradford.ac.uk>
Subject: AW: Turgay Hilmi
Date: Tue, 11 Aug 1998 22:58:35 +0200

Von: YY SENTURK [SMTP:Y.Y.Senturk@Bradford.ac.uk]
Gesendet am: Dienstag, 11. August 1998 18:51
An: Thomas Jung
Betreff: Re: Turgay Hilmi

On Fri, 7 Aug 1998, Thomas Jung wrote:

> Dear Yashar,

hello,
 
> the information written about me is incomplete & partly wrong.
> Please contact me under the telephone-number 0090392-
> (North-Cyprus)

thank you very much for pointing out the wrong information contained
in the entry about turgay himli on the "Music from North Cyprus" website.
The text in the site was taken from a news cutting from the Kibris
newspaper and translated into English. I would be more than happy
to amend and correct it with the correct information you provide.
 
Would it be possible if you could send me the information you would
like me to amend/update/correct via email, as I live in the UK?

> Cheers!

Kind regards,

Yashar Senturk
 
> Turgay Hilmi

Hi Yashar,

I?m sorry, Turgay is in Cyprus now - and very busy, I know. He was here for a
visit when he wrote to you.

I?ll send him your message by telefax, so he will get it at home.  He himself
has neither internet-account nor e-mail.

Nevertheless you may use the telephone-number Turgay had given
(0392-8535341).  At the moment you will fetch him there (if a distance-call
UK-Cyprus is not too expensive??.....). In the other case you may hold contact 
via my e-mail account..

Best wishes and a nice week!!

Thomas

Date: Thu, 13 Aug 1998 03:48:49 -0700
From: Yuri Prokhorenko <metekhi@access.sanet.ge>
To: nchp-webmaster@cypnet.com
Subject: A request

Dear Sir,

I'm going to get to North Cyprus for vacation this September-October.
While staying there I'd like to get to Israel for short time. I found
the information about ferry lines between North Cyprus and Israel on
your web pages. Can you confirm this info? If yes, could you please send
me the schedule and information about prices.

Thank you.

Yuri Prokhorenko

Date: Sat, 15 Aug 1998 18:43:04 -0500
From: eelefthe@eng.uab.edu
To: nchp-webmaster@cypnet.com
Cc: info@cypnet.com
Subject: Question

Gentlemen:

I was wondering if a certain service is available through 
one of your client companies or your "government".

I was trying to locate some of the Turkish Cypriots I grew
 up with in the area of Paphos, and was wondering if a 
directory of any kind is currently in existence to bring me 
in touch with them.  How would someone get in touch with 
a person he knew prior to the invasion without their lives
being at risk from the "Democratic" regime established after 
74.  If they would be at any risk, I would not like to continue 
this effort.  I know from past experience that the military 
presence there is not a joke, and I personally witnessed the 
execution of  two Turkish Cypriot soldiers on the border while 
I was serving the national guard of Cyprus.  Even then, their
only crime was asking me where I was from and if I had any 
spare cigarettes.

When he overheard the conversation, their commanding 
officer shot both of them on the head and threw their bodies 
in his jeep.

I need to make clear that this message is not a 
challenge to a battle of words or another effort on my 
part to question your authorities. (I already have enough 
practice in that arena and in more effective ways).  I'm
trying to exercise an honest effort to locate childhood 
friends that I grew up with and for who I have a genuine 
interest to get in touch with.  If this is a possibility I would 
appreciate your feedback.

Thanks in advance,
Evangelos C. Eleftheriou
eelefthe@eng.uab.edu

Date: Wed, 12 Aug 1998 15:59:25 +1000
From: Metin <hassanm@lexicon.net>
To: nchp-webmaster@cypnet.com
Subject: photo

Hello, i was wandering if you had a picture of the Turkish 
flag that is painted on Kyrenia mountain site. Could you 
please email a copy to me?

Thankyou

Metin (hassanm@lexicon.net)

From georgekf@compulink.gr Sat Aug 17 23:22:59 1996
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Date: Sun, 18 Aug 96 01:14:07 -0700
From: kefaloukos george <georgekf@compulink.gr>
Organization: dentist
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Date: Sun, 18 Aug 1996 18:38:24 -0400
From: 106131.245@compuserve.com
Message-Id: <199608182238.SAA24120@dub-mail-svc-1.compuserve.com>
To: Y.Y.Senturk@bradford.ac.uk
Subject: Form posted from AIR Mosaic

First=
Middle=HENRY
Last=WEIR
Address=HOMANTIN, 20 LOWER BRANIEL ROAD,
 BELFAST, NORTHERN IRELAND BT5 7NP
email=
learn=Regular visitor to North Cyprus site
comments=I JUST LOVE NORTH CYPRUS. EVERY TIME 
I VISIT I MAKE MORE FRIENDS.  I WISH I WAS NOW IN 
OLGUNS IN KARAOANGLU. BEST WISHES FROM ULSTER 
TO MY TURKISH FRIENDS IN NORTH CYPRUS OLGUN, 
OLJAY, SELMET, ASLI, MEHTAP AND THE REST OF THEM

Message-ID: <19980819073321.1486.rocketmail@send1c.yahoomail.com>
Date: Wed, 19 Aug 1998 00:33:21 -0700 (PDT)
From: Brenton Mayman <bmayman@yahoo.com>
Subject: TRNC presentation
To: Y.Y.senturk@Bradford.ac.uk

Unless you are using incorrect grammar as a hook to keep people
reading your web site's front page, you might want to alter it. The
TRNC gets too much ridicule as it is!
 

 


Message-Id: <3218095D.53EA@turknet.com>
Date: Mon, 19 Aug 1996 01:27:50 -0500
From: Levent Aksoy <levent@turknet.com>
To: Y.Y.Senturk@bradford.ac.uk
Subject: fotograf?

sayin senturk,
74 oncesi kibrista oldurulen turkleri gosteren fotograflari
ariyorum.  bunlar arasinda kuvete vurulan cocuklar ile
toplu mezarlarin acilisini gosteren fotograflar olacakti.
eger bunlar web'de varsa adreslerini gonderebilir misiniz?

saygilarimla,

levent aksoy
levent@turknet.com


Message-Id: <32181762.1CD6@calva.net>
Date: Mon, 19 Aug 1996 09:27:30 +0200
From: carbone nicolas <nc@calva.net>
To: Y.Y.Senturk@bradford.ac.uk
Subject: (no subject)
X-Url: http://bornova.ege.edu.tr/~ncyprus/root.html

how you can publidh and promote a part of country 
who is occupied by ARMY The exitance of north Cyprus 
as TURKISH is illegal I am not shure that Turkish Cypriot  
agree with the politic of Ankara .

This is an opinion of somebody who respect Freedom


Message-Id: <3217C12A.3D2A@erols.com>
Date: Sun, 18 Aug 1996 21:19:38 -0400
From: Mark Bernkopf <markb@erols.com>
To: Y.Y.Senturk@bradford.ac.uk
Subject: Central Bank Web site
X-Url: http://pulex.med.virginia.edu/ncyprus/root.html
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X-Status:

I am writing a magazine article about central bank 
Web sites. If you have any information, insights, advice, 
reflections, warnings, hopes and plans the TRNC Central 
Bank site, I would welcome them for my article.

Does the Finance Ministry have a Web site too?

The Banco Central do Brasil lets users download software 
for a government cesus of foreign capital.  The Banque 
Centrale de Tunesie site makes use of Java animation
applets.  Do you plan similar innovations?

If you would prefer not to be identified by institution or 
by name, please let me know.

Many thanks.

Mark Bernkopf
Arlington, Virginia, USA


Message-Id: <3217AEEA.3B8A@elmfield.demon.co.uk>
Date: Mon, 19 Aug 1996 01:01:46 +0100
From: Ron Murray <ron@elmfield.demon.co.uk>
To: Y.Y.Senturk@bradford.ac.uk
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First=ronald
Middle=
Last=murray
Address=uk
email=ron@elmfield.demon.co.uk
learn=Net searched

comments=found your site excellent and it provided me 
with all the info needed for my forthcoming holiday in 
october, will visit again often.  

keep up the good work.



Date: Sun, 23 Aug 1998 20:19:24 +0300
From: lady1 <ydmike@spidernet.com.cy>
To: nchp-webmaster@cypnet.com
Subject: TURKISH TROOPS OUT OF CYPRUS

I WANT TO INFORM YOU THAT THE ONLY COUNTRY THAT 
REGOGNISE THE SO CALLED TRNC IS TURKY. WE ALL 
KNOW THAT THERE IS ONLY  ONE CYPRUS THE ONE THAT 
IS REGOGNISED BY UNITED NATIONS TURKY INVADED 
CYPRUS IN 1974 TO PROTECT 'AS THEY SAY ' TURKISH 
CYPRIOTS. THE TRUTH IS THAT THEY PLANNED THIS 
INVASION FOR YEARS

CYPRUS BELONGS GREEK-CYPRIOTS AND TURKISH-
CYPRIOTS THAT USED TO LIVE IN HARMONY BEFORE 
TURKS FROM TURKY CAME TO THE ISLAND...

Date: Tue, 25 Aug 1998 16:55:17 +0200
From: "Bausch,Gregor" <GBausch@munichre.com>
To: "'nchp-webmaster@cypnet.com'" 
Subject: Karmi

The picture display om the Karmi (Karaman) homepage 
was not taken in Karaman.

Mit freundlichen Grüßen
Gregor Bausch EDV/BKA-Hotline
mailto:GBausch@munichre.com
or private mailto:gbausch@gmx.de


 
 

SEPTEMBER 1998


Message-ID: <35EC4DE8.37BF2757@eis.egnet.net>
Date: Tue, 01 Sep 1998 22:41:28 +0300
From: Beverley <halsamca@eis.egnet.net>
To: yysentur@Bradford.ac.uk
Subject: aftepe, northern cyprus

i am interested in any information about a village called aftepe (i
think that is how it is spelt) in northern cyprus.  my two sons father
was from this village and he died eight years ago.  i am english but
would like to contact anybody from this region for basic information on
my son's culture.  can i contact anyone via e-mail from this region or
close.  i know that it was somewhere in the tip of the island.  i am now
re-married to a middle east arab but feel the boys need some information
as we lost contact with the turkish family, who where all living in london,
u.k. my e-mail is
halsamca@eis.egnet.net.

look forward to hearing from you soon.

From: ESWR49@aol.com
To: yysentur@Bradford.ac.uk
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Date: Tue, 1 Sep 1998 16:48:23 EDT
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First=ERIC
Middle=STANLEY WILLIAM
Last=RYDER
Address=TREFUSIS SHINEHILL LANE SOUTH LITTLETON WR115TP ENGLAND
email=ESWR49@AOL.UK
learn=Followed a link
comments=I LOVE YOUR CONTRY
view=Y



Message-Id: <199809020535.IAA03123@mail0.spidernet.net>
From: "Pankyprion" <pankypri@spidernet.net>
To: <yysentur@Bradford.ac.uk>
Subject: contact
Date: Wed, 2 Sep 1998 08:30:23 +0300
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We are two history teachers in a greek cypriot secondary school.
We will like to contact some turkish cypriot colleques . Would you please
help us.

Ioannis Rousias
Dionysis Dionysiou

Message-Id: <m0zFKKQ-0004BFC@fwd06.btx.dtag.de>
Date: Sat, 05 Sep 1998 17:32:11 +0200
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First=Karl-Wilhelm
Middle=
Last=Wollenhaupt
Address=Kolonialstr. 5a 45711 Datteln Deutschland Germany
email=Wollenhaupt.Datteln@t-online.de
learn=Net searched
comments=

The North Cyprus Home page is giving very good informations. 
Iím thinking about a holiday in November. Please give me an 
information by Email how is the weather in the first half of November 
Can you send the answer rather soon. Thank you very much.

Date: Mon, 07 Sep 1998 23:33:31 -0700
From: Hermione Al. Markides <herma@spidernet.com.cy>
Reply-To: info@markides.com.cy
To: webmaster@cypnet.com
Subject: CYPRUS=EUROPE=GREECE

Like it or not, Cyprus will join the EUROPEAN UNION, and the
internationally recognised and legal Government of the Republic of
Cyprus will represent the whole geographic area of Cyprus.
The  European policies will simply  be applied in the areas of the
Republic which are under  the Government control. You  will remain in
the occupied areas of the Republic of Cyprus , isolated , as usual,
the way you have chosen to do.
Since Europe is following  a path of deepening integration, and,
in the long-run a Federal Europe is the objective, Turkey will not only
be occuping part of Cyprus, but  part of Europe.
The time will come when the tables will turn, and your greatest allie,
the ones  who made you as you are, (the one who created the monster),
the USA will become your biggest nemy. They (USA) are the ones who will
finally destroy you, and you will be CRYING for mercy.
To save yourselves , you will start baptising yourselves Greek Orthodox,
and the Turkish State and nation  will cease to exist.Some will migrate
back to central Asia where you originated....because this land does not
know you.....you are foreign to it.

PS- most of you Turkish cypriots have Greek blood. Your ancestors
converted to islam during the ottoman occupation to avoid paying
taxes....since moslems did not have to , while christians did.
Look at LOUROUJINA for example, a Turkish cypriot village  where no one
spoke turkish.......ever wonder why?

yours faithfully,

a 25 year old Greek Cypriot

Date: Tue, 8 Sep 1998 14:25:51 -0400
From: Follower of the Longer Path <templar@provide.net>
To: nchp-webmaster@cypnet.com
Subject: broken links

The Midi/Music site is not working @
  http://www.cypnet.com/.ncyprus/musica.html

Date: Fri, 11 Sep 1998 09:31:51 -0700 (PDT)
From: "Tunc Gokce" <tuncgokce@geocities.com>
To: <yysentur@Bradford.ac.uk>
Subject: Form posted from Microsoft Internet Explorer.

First= Tunc
Middle=
Last= Gokce
Address= Istanbul, TURKIYE
email= tuncgokce@geocities.com
learn= Net searched
comments= Tebrikler... Umarim KKTCínin tanitimi icin bu tur sayfalarin
sayisi hizla artar. Kendi sayfama linkinizi koyuyorum.
http://www.geocities.com/Paris/3299/
view= Y

Date: Sat, 12 Sep 1998 14:01:48 +1000
From: Yalcin Adal <yalcin@adcom.com.au>
Reply-To: Yalcin Adal <y.adal@medicine.unimelb.edu.au>
To: cypsports@cypnet.com
Subject: UPDATE

Sayin yetkli,
CypSpor sayfanizi ya update yapin veya uzerine sunger cekin.
Soz konusu sayfa sanki bir uvey evlat gibi. Diger servisleriniz
guzel.Basarilar ve tesekkurler.

Hurmetlerimle
Halil Adal
Melbourne

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First=STELIOS
Middle=ANDREOU
Last=PITSIAKOS
Address=LARNACA CROUND APOUD
email=antrosg@hotmail.com
learn=Net searched
comments=fuck yoU. YOU CAME IN CYPRUS YOU KILLED, DESTORYED 
LOST OUR HOMES AND 1619 PEOPLE ARE STILL MISSING EVERY DAY I 
WEAK UP AND SEE YOUR FUCKING FLAG IN THE MOUNTAIN YOU TOOK 
EVERYTHING WE HAD MY FATHER IS MISSING SINCE 1974, YOU KILLED 
HIM, YOU BASTARDS ONE DAY I WILL GO BACK TO HOME IN ONE CYPRUS 
FREE WITHOUT TURKISH TROUPS YOU TOOK EVERYTHING WE BUILD AND 
YOU TELL THAT IS YOURS THE CYPRUS IS ONE AND THE WHOLE WORLD 
KNOWS IT DEAR MOTHEFUCKER
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Date: Mon, 14 Sep 1998 21:32:31 +0200
From: "[ISO-8859-1] Waldemar Sjögren" <waldemar.sjogren@oreline.net>
Reply-To: <@oreline.net>
To: nchp-webmaster@cypnet.com
Subject: Link to PAN magazine

The link to the PAN site isn´t right. I can´t find the site.
waldemar.sjogren@oreline.net

Date: Tue, 22 Sep 1998 16:26:52 +0300
From: ETIMO AGENCIES LTD <etimo@spidernet.com.cy>
To: nchp-webmaster@cypnet.com
Subject: connection with North Cyprus

I am 26 years old, and i dont really understand whats going on with the
North Cyprus. If I was a Refugee (lets say born in Kyrenia) I will never
return back to Kyrenia becasue after 1974 i grow up in Nicosia. ANyway i
believe that REFUGEES must never return back to their places. They are
from poor, rich now, they build houses now, they have BMW and etc.

From: "Barnes" <pb@kingsbruton.somerset.sch.uk>
To: <y.y.senturk@Bradford.ac.uk>
Date: Tue, 29 Sep 1998 21:12:51 +0100

I suggest you get cyprus turkish airlines to update there timetables 1995
is a long time ago. Also direct access to the other airlines in this
document would be useful.

Mr. J P Barnes

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Date: Tue, 29 Sep 1998 20:53:00 +0100
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First=First Name
Middle=Middle Name
Last=Last Name
Address=Country: The Real Cyprus
email=An e-mail that you can never forget
learn=Other
comments=Give it up......North or South does not apply for Cyprus. Cyprus is one
country with Greek Cypriots and Turksh Cypriots........thats is
view=Y


 

 
 

OCTOBER 1998



Date: Thu, 01 Oct 1998 12:10:09 +0000
From: livio <livio@lega-calcio.it>
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First=Livio
Middle=
Last=Fassione
Address=
email=livio@lega-calcio.it
learn=Net searched
comments=I've just spent my honey moon in Southern Cyprus... it was great and many people
told me that the Northern side is even more. In Italy we say that to judge itís necessary to
"listen the two bells". Obviously I couldnít do this. I saw the various "view points" in Nicosia and
in Paralimni  I saw perfectly the two big flags painted on the mountains near to Nicosia and I saw
the video of the murder of a Greek demonstrant. Considering all of this it would be easy to decide
who are the criminals but I also know that in politics everyone is always right. As a christian  I hope
that every person in both Cyprus sides will do their best for obtaining the peace because I think
thereís no God who teach to kill other people.  Best wishes for a united Cyprus.
view=Y
 

Date: Wed, 14 Oct 1998 12:56:00 +0200
From: George Koukouras <g.koukouras@internet.gr>
To: nchp-webmaster@cypnet.com
Subject: dimitris_dim@hotmail.com

today by chance, i visited your page and i was very impressed!

all i have to say is that, although you work very hard to persuade that
this part of KYPROS belongs to u, u failed, as turkeys!

u haven't recognise the importance of your neighbours, the HELLINES!
(that is the greeks!)

i hope that same day u will understand what means JUSTIFY!!!

mail me: dimitris_dim@hotmail.com

Date: Tue, 20 Oct 1998 08:42:40 -0500
From: "Christodoulides, Neophytos" <Neophytos.Christodoulides@COMPAQ.com>
To: cypturair@cypnet.com
Subject: Get out of Cyprus!!!

Your have an illegal name and you are violating human rights. What is new I
guess, you have been doing it since the dark ages!! GET OUT OF CYPRUS , YOU
DO NOT BELONG THERE!!

By the way Cyprus is joining the European community , so you know.....
 

  Neophytos Christodoulides
  Senior Software Engineer
  Enterprise Solutions Division
  Compaq,  Best Managed
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Date: Tue, 20 Oct 1998 15:25:55 -0500
From: Bob Courten <engineer@premierdatacorp.com>
To: nchp-webmaster@cypnet.com
Subject: Links

FYI: Some links you have in the Cyprus Problem page for the documents
are invalid.

Bob Courten
 

Date: Wed, 21 Oct 1998 01:07:03 +0300
From: Kamil Hamidullah <kamilh@marketweb.net.tr>
To: nchp-webmaster@cypnet.com
Subject: RUMLARIN YENI CAMURU

Lutfen su siteye bir bakar misiniz?
http://www.kibris.org/
saygilarimla,
kamil Hamidullah

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CYPRUS BELONG TO THE PEOPLE USED TO LIVE IN CYPRUS BEFORE 1974
THERE IS NO NORTHERN CYPRUS. THERE IS ONLY ONE CYPRUS. AND THERE IS ONLY
ONE CYPRUS GOVERNMENT. GET OUT OF THIS ISLAND YOU BARBARIANS. THE ONLY
THING YOU LOVE IS KILLING PEOPLE. YOU ONLY LOVE WAR. YOU ONLY LOVE TO
EXPAND.

ONE DAY CYPRUS WILL BE UNITED AGAIN. ONE DAY THE BARBARIANS CAME FROM
TURKEY WILL BE THROWN IN THE KYRENIA SEA!!!

WHETHER YOU LIKE IT OR NOT. THIS IS THE RIGHT THING TO BE DONE.
 

With all my heart,

A Greek Cypriot who doesn't have a house anymore
A Greek Cypriot who's frather is still suffering from injury
A Greek Cypriot who's cousin was killed on the border line last decade
A Greek Cypriot who would like to live with turkish cypriots but not
with the barbarians from Turkey

 

 
 

NOVEMBER 1998


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ILLEGALLY OCCUPIED TURKS

Date: Sun, 8 Nov 1998 20:13:43 +0100
From: Anna <MD9604@mclink.it>
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I'm the Honorary Turkish Cypriot Permanent Representative in Italy and
I would like suggest a correction abaut the address in Rome of the
Representative Office: the correct address is not Via Fibreno 28, but is
Viale Gorizia 14 - 00198 Roma.

Thank's for your attention and best regards.
 
Prof. Avv. Augusto Sinagra


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Date: Wed, 11 Nov 1998 18:55:04 +0000
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Hallo, "nice" pages!
You should look the above pages

http://www.hellas.tu-darmstadt.de/ 

and ofcourse

http://www.geocities.com./Athens/Oracle/7823/ 

and maybe someday all you turkish people find the courage to say the
truth about the dissaster of Cyprous that you have caused.

Katerina
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Katerina Tahmatzidou
University of Reading
MA in Information Technology in Education
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Date: Wed, 11 Nov 1998 19:26:16 -0500 (EST)
From: Morris fisher <mor-ru@webtv.net>
To: nchp-webmaster@cypnet.com
Subject: Research Inquiry

Dear Sirs or Ladies
May we please request an English web or print reference source which
lists the names of TRNC`s 50 Electoral Constituencies of The Cumhuriyet
Meclisi

Many thanks for your kind courtesy of an E Mail reply.

Respectfully,
M Fisher

Date: Sun, 15 Nov 1998 11:43:04 +0200
From: costas kakoullis <kakoulli@spidernet.com.cy>
To: nchp-webmaster@cypnet.com
Subject: facts

I suggest that next time you write the facts straight from a more
objective point of view.
  I have to admit though that you have used a very smart way to bend the
truth and I give you credit for that, you could easily convince the
unaware visitor.
  N.B: You should  probably not use the term Turkish Republic of
Northern Cyprus since it is not aknowledged from any country, except of
course Turkey.

Date: Tue, 17 Nov 1998 18:08:10 EST
From: Soullachar@aol.com
To: nchp-webmaster@cypnet.com
Subject: anonymous

how dare you take our country and call it your own turkish troops out of
cyprus turkish settlers out of cyprus

From: "John Harpham" <j&j@blackpool.net>
To: <y.y.senturk@Bradford.ac.uk>
Subject: Whats New in Northern Cyprus
Date: Wed, 18 Nov 1998 15:19:46 -0000
 

Have tried to access this site using Internet Explorer but get the message
back that the server does not have permission to access this site. WHY??

John Harpham

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From: "louis" <l.loizou@cytanet.com.cy>
To: <y.y.senturk@Bradford.ac.uk>
Subject: Regarding Cyprus
Date: Sat, 21 Nov 1998 22:50:36 +0200

Dear sir,
I recently came across your website  as I was browsing, and I must say I was astonished by what I saw. I have spent a lot of time browsing and studying carefully what you have written in respect of the island of Cyprus.I studied thoroughly the comments and letters people have sent to you in the past years and I would like to share my thoughts with them about  some of your references, if you of course allow it. In the best of my knowledge events regarding the history of the island did not quite occur the way you present them and especially the involvement of the Greeks, which deliberately you have not mentioned in your publication, they inhabitant the island in 1400bc  and came from Arcadia. I will use extraction's written by historical analysts which state the were the actual location of the island the same way you do, but emphasising the rest after the introduction regarding  the history of the island.

Cyprus, republic, and third largest island in the Mediterranean Sea, located west of Syria and south of Turkey. The island has a maximum length of about 225 km (about 140 mi) from Cape Andreas in the Northeast to the western extremity of the island. Its maximum width, from Cape Gata in the south to Cape Kormakiti in the north, is about 97 km (about 60 mi). The total area of the country is 9251 sq km (3572 sq mi). Nicosia is the capital and largest city. Since 1974 the northern third of Cyprus has been occupied by Turkish troops and has formed a separate-though officially unrecognised-state called the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus. Greek-speaking Cypriots make up about 80 percent of the population. About 18 percent of the population is of Turkish extraction, and the remainder is made up of Armenians and other ethnic groups. Both the Greek and Turkish communities retain the customs, and to a great extent, the national identity of their traditions on the mainland. Since the Turkish invasion in 1974 mass migrations of Greeks and Turks have taken place, so that now the two groups are geographically separated. The Greek Cypriots occupy the southern two-thirds of the island and the Turkish Cypriots occupy the northern third. The people are predominantly farmers who work the land surrounding their villages. The combined population of the Greek and Turkish sectors (1991 estimate) is about 708,000. The overall population density is about 77 persons per sq km (about 198 per sq mi). The principal city is Nicosia, the capital, with an estimated 1991 population of 166,500 for the Greek Cypriot zone and an estimated 1989 population of 39,496 in the Turkish zone. Limassol (population, 1991 estimate, 129,700), Larnaca (59,600), and Famagusta (20,516) are the chief ports. Members of the Greek community adhere to the Church of Cyprus, which is in doctrinal agreement with the Eastern Orthodox church, but is independent and has no allegiance to any patriarch. The archbishop primate, who is bishop of Nicosia, and the three other bishops of the Cypriot church are elected by the church membership. The Turkish minority is mostly Muslim. Other small religious groups include Maronites (Christian Arabs), Roman Catholics, and Jews. Greek and Turkish are the official languages and are taught in schools and used in broadcasting. English is widely spoken in the main towns. Cypriot Greek, although related to the language of the Greek mainland, is a dialect believed by language scholars to resemble more closely the speech of ancient Greece than any modern Greek dialect. Separate educational systems are maintained by the Greek-speaking and Turkish-speaking communities. Greek Cypriot education is administered by the Ministry of Education. Six years of elementary education are free and compulsory for all children between the ages of 5 and 11, and six years of secondary school are provided. In the late 1980s Greek Cypriot elementary schools each year had about 56,500 pupils enrolled, and Greek Cypriot secondary schools had about 38,800. Higher education is provided by the University of Cyprus (1988) and by teacher-training, technical, and vocational schools. Turkish Cypriot education is administered by the so called Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus. The illiteracy rate for both communities is low.

The economy of Cyprus is predominantly agricultural. Manufacturing and services are also important. After the fighting of 1974 divided the island, the economy suffered, but the Greek sector showed a rapid recovery. In the late 1980s, annual budget figures showed about $782 million in revenue and $901 million in expenditure in the Greek sector and $120 million in revenue and expenditure in the Turkish sector. In theory the government of Cyprus is based on a 1960 constitution that apportioned power between the Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot communities according to their relative populations. In 1963 and 1964, however, the Turkish Cypriots withdrew from the government. The institutions of the government continued to function with few changes, but their authority was limited in most respects to the Greek Cypriot community. In 1974, after Cypriot forces led by Greek officers overthrew Cyprus's president, Turkey invaded Cyprus and won control of the northern third of the country. In 1975 the Turkish Federated State of Cyprus was established in northern Cyprus; its constitution (1975), as amended, provides for a popularly elected president, a 50-member unicameral legislative assembly, and a system of independent courts. The Turkish sector in November 1983 unilaterally declared itself to be the independent Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, although the United Nations (UN) has refused to recognise the state. The chief executive under the 1960 constitution is a Greek Cypriot president, elected by the Greek Cypriot community for a five-year term; the constitution calls for the Turkish Cypriot community to elect the vice president. The constitution vests legislative power in a House of Representatives to be composed of 35 Greek Cypriots and 15 Turkish Cypriots. The Greek Cypriot government continues to abide by the 1960 constitution when feasible, despite the lack of participation by the Turkish Cypriot community. In 1985 the number of Greeks in the legislature increased from 35 to 56. Since the mid-1970s, the Turkish Cypriots have had their own so called< president> and legislative institutions.  The chief towns are administered by municipal corporations. Smaller towns are governed by commissions made up of a headman (mukhtar) and a body of elders (azas). Under reforms instituted in 1964, the legal system in the Greek Cypriot community is headed by a supreme court. Lesser tribunals include assize courts and district courts. A supreme court and subordinate courts have also been established in the Turkish sector. The Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot communities have separate military organisations, the former aided by Greece, the latter by Turkey, which maintains 27,000 troops on the island. The UN stationed a peacekeeping force on Cyprus in 1963; in the mid-1980s this force totalled some 2000 members.

HISTORY OF THE ISLAND
According to archaeological investigation and conjecture, the aboriginal inhabitants of Cyprus were Indo-European people who had a written language. Extensive excavation has shown that during the Neolithic and Bronze ages the Cypriots had an advanced civilisation. Please note the following paragraph: Early History The recorded history of Cyprus begins with the occupation of part of the island by Egypt about or just before 1450 BC, during the reign of Thutmose III. In subsequent centuries seafaring and trading peoples from the Mediterranean countries set up scattered settlements along the coasts. The first Greek colony is believed to have been founded by traders from Arcadia about 1400 BC. The Phoenicians began to colonise the island about 800 BC. Beginning with the rise of Assyria during the 8th century BC, Cyprus was under the control of each of the empires that successively dominated the eastern Mediterranean. Assyrian authority was followed by Egyptian occupation (550 BC), then Persian (525 BC). During the Persian occupation King Evagoras I, ruler of the Cypriot city of Salamis, made the first recorded attempt to unify the city-states of Cyprus. In 391 BC Evagoras, with the aid of Athens, led a successful revolt against Persia and temporarily made himself master of the island. Shortly after his death, however, Cyprus again became a Persian possession. For almost a thousand years thereafter control of the island passed from empire to empire. Alexander the Great took Cyprus from Persia in 333 BC, and after his death in 323 BC the island again became an Egyptian possession, under the Ptolemies. Rome gained control in 58 BC. In 1191 Cyprus was seized by Richard I of England, who gave it to Guy of Lusignan, titular king of Jerusalem. The Lusignan dynasty built several large forts and castles, some of which are still standing. In 1489, Venice took control of Cyprus. Turkey captured the island in 1571, please note that this  is almost 3000 years after the Greeks landed on the island and  held it until 1878, when it was defeated in the Russo-Turkish War of 1877 and 1878. Fearing greater expansion by Russia, Turkey induced the British to administer Cyprus. The only reason I'm referring to this extraction's is to give a better picture than the one you tried to show without even referring to the whole history o the island and  especially the Greek influence on the island amongst others, not only the Turkish that as history shows came only to conquer the island,and not  to inhabit as the Greeks did at the early beginning of the history of the island.

To get nearer to the events of modern history until today please note the following:

In June 1958 the British announced a plan to maintain the international status quo of Cyprus for seven years but to establish representative government and communal autonomy. Archbishop Makarios and the Greek and Turkish governments rejected the British plan, but on October 1 the British put a modified version of it into effect. Talks held in 1959 among the various parties led to an agreement on the general features of a constitution for an independent republic of Cyprus. The status of the republic was guaranteed by Great Britain, Turkey, and Greece. Great Britain retained sovereignty over two military bases. Archbishop Makarios, who returned to Cyprus on March 1, was elected president on December 13; Fazil Küchük, a Turkish Cypriot, became vice president. Independence was proclaimed on August 16, 1960. Cyprus was admitted to the United Nations and the Commonwealth of Nations. In December 1963, Greek and Turkish Cypriots clashed after Makarios proposed constitutional changes, including abolition of the Turkish minority's power to veto laws in the legislature. Fighting spread over the island, with the Turkish Cypriots demanding partition while the Greek Cypriots insisted on a unitary state with minority rights safeguarded. After both Greece and Turkey threatened to intervene, full-scale civil war was forestalled by British troops; the UN appointed a mediator and organised a peace force to patrol the island. Acceptance of a UN resolution calling for a cease-fire on August 10, 1964, ended sharp fighting between the factions. Subsequent UN efforts to bring about a settlement failed, and bitterness between Greece and Turkey continued to increase. Makarios was re-elected president in 1968 and 1973. Renewed tension in the early 1970s culminated on July 15, 1974, when Makarios was ousted from office and forced into exile by members of the Cypriot national guard who opposed his reluctance to unite the island with Greece. The national guard, which had close ties with the Greek government, installed Nikos Sampson, a newspaper publisher, as president, but he was replaced on July 23 by Glafkos Clerides, president of the Cyprus House of Representatives, after Turkish forces landed on the island. By late August, following fighting that left many people homeless, the Turks controlled the northern third of the island. In December Makarios returned to Cyprus and assumed the presidency. On February 13, 1975, a semi-independent Turkish Cypriot state was proclaimed in the Turkish-held sector. In April 1975 intermittent talks began under UN auspices to create a federal system with Greek and Turkish zones. The talks continued after Makarios died in 1977 and was succeeded by Spyros Kyprianou, who was re-elected in February 1983. In November 1983 Rauf R. Denktash, and allow me to say the so called  Turkish Cypriot president, proclaimed his community an independent republic called the  "Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus" which only turkey recognised suspending all talks.George Vassiliou defeated Clerides and Kyprianou in the 1988 presidential elections. UN-sponsored talks resumed on an intermittent basis in 1988. In 1991 the UN passed a resolution urging the creation of a federal state made up of two politically equal communities. Cyprus hosted the Non-aligned Movement Conference in February 1992 and urged closer ties with Western countries. In the 1993 elections Vassiliou lost his presidential seat to Clerides, the candidate of the right-wing Democrat Rally party. In 1994 the European Union, dedicated to a unified Cyprus, ruled that all exports from Cyprus must have authorisation from the official government, in effect banning direct trade with the" TRNC". Later that year, the Turkish Cypriots passed two resolutions calling for the "TRNC" to co-ordinate its defence and foreign policy with that of Turkey and to demand political equality and additional autonomy from Greek Cyprus. In 1995 negotiations regarding Cyprus's entrance into the European Union were under way and we saw recently some more developments taking place about this issue of certain European countries opposing the entrance of Cyprus in the European union. As you understand I had to refer to all this as in your site you mentioned them without again giving the whole true story, and I believe in an unbiased true presentation of the history as occurred and was written by historical analysts, and what I did was just to extract them from well known encyclopaedias, which is a good way to get informed about something, in a correct way. As  mention above my intention is not to give a history lesson to you, or anyone else but I like things to be set in the correct manner. The last thing I would like to comment is where you mention the Turkish invasion and not intervention as you would like to call it in the island in 1974, that left 200000 people without homes, 1619 missing persons, including members of my  family, wounded, raped women, and orphans and all the rest that came after the invasion. Countries that intervened in foreign soil, as we saw in modern history either was wrong or write, when in and out of those countries after the solution was found, forced or agreed or anything else you would like to call it, and did not held them as hostages for 24 years, stealing their land, renaming their towns and villages, and declaring false republics, and even killing innocent soldiers standing guards in the bloody green line which divide the island since 1974. I never saw the occupied part of Cyprus because I was very young and I do not remember that part very well but it is very unfair to be able to travel all over the world, and not my own country.

I hope one day that Cypriots will be able to live work and travel in their own country without the fear of getting killed, or beat to death, as we recently saw with Isaac and Solomou from The Turkish army and settlers on those recent events.

regards l.loizou@cytanet.com.cy

Date: Fri, 20 Nov 1998 23:08:57 +0200
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Daha da gelistirilmesi dilegiyle calismalarinizda basarilar dilerim.
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Date: Thu, 26 Nov 1998 19:11:08 +0200
From: europa college <user@europa.com.cy>
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fuck you son of  a bitch time by time day by day all people  
will  have  GREEK  FATHER

 

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I just wanted to say that your web site in comprehensive and
excellent.  I enjoyed it very much.  Good Work!

 

 

 
 

DECEMBER 1998




Date: Fri, 11 Dec 1998 02:42:19 +0100
From: Goekatli <burhang@swissonline.ch>
To: y.y.senturk@Bradford.ac.uk
Subject: (Kein Betreff)

Niçin illede Ingilizce Türkçe olsa bende anlayacaktim!
saygilar Burhan

Date: Fri, 11 Dec 1998 15:09:40 -0200 (GMT)
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From: "Stavros Constantinides" <connic@logos.cy.net>
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Subject: Form posted from Microsoft Internet Explorer.
 

First= Pambos
Middle= Stavrou
Last= Pittas
Address= GREECE - CYPRUS = ENWSIS   
email= fucktheturks@kyrenia.cy.net
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comments= I THINK ALL OF YOU DICKHEAD TURKS SHOULS GO FALL OFF A CLIFF THERE HAVE BEEN A LOT OF EARTHQUAKES IN TURKEY LATLEY GOOOOOOOODDDDD  CYPRUS IS GREEK  FUCK ALAH. FUCK THE TURKS
CYPRUS IS GREEK  TA SYNORA MAS EIN= AI STIN KYRENIA
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Date: Sun, 13 Dec 1998 13:50:17 +0200
From: Hatice Camgoz <camgoz@taylor.ie.emu.edu.tr>
To: y.y.senturk@Bradford.ac.uk
Subject: need for your help and information
 

Dear sir,
I am a MBA student in T.R.N.C., (was graduated from business
administration, Bogazici university). I am trying to prepare a project about the foreign trade of T.R.N.C., and also trying to figure out the "assessments of selected Foreign Suppliers by Cyprus importers: Implications for Exporters" . In order to figure out these I have to first know which companies are we importing with. So I would be glad if you find any information which would be helpfull for me.... Thank you very much,
Yours sincerely!

Hatice Camgoz
Research Assistant
Industrial Engineering Department
Eastern Mediterranean University
T.R.N.C.

e-mail:camgoz@taylor.ie.emu.edu.tr


 

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From: "AD5248" <AD5248@highamspark.rmplc.co.uk>
To: <y.y.senturk@Bradford.ac.uk>
Date: Mon, 14 Dec 1998 15:03:09 -0000
 

I am a greekcypriot i feel it disgusting to see you advertising the north of Cyprus as it is illigaly occupied buy you. several members of my family died because of the war it is disgraceful and you will understand how strongly i feel about it. i advice you to take it into cocideration.

Anastasia Demetriou.
the least you can do is write back

Date: Tue, 15 Dec 1998 15:54:22 -0800
From: John Higgins <higginsj@usfca.edu>
To: nchp-webmaster@cypnet.com
Subject: link to "Voices from Turkish Cyprus"

Hello,
Your North Cyprus web site is very nice.

Might I suggest a URL you may consider linking to for the Cyprus Problem Resource File, located at http://www.cypnet.com/.ncyprus/cyproblem/

It's "Voices from Turkish Cyprus" -- a web site I created with Turkish Cypriot students at Eastern Mediterranean University when I was teaching there during the 1995-1996 academic year.  The site includes information from official sources and personal histories told by Turkish Cypriots who have lived through the "ethnic cleansing" on Cyprus between 1955 and 1974.
Photos are also included.

"Voices from Turkish Cyprus" is located at
 http://www.usfca.edu/~higginsj/tcvoices/

Thank you for your consideration.

Best wishes,
John Higgins

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Date: Tue, 29 Dec 1998 18:40:38 +0000
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First=TOM
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               Droitwich,
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               WR9 7SP
               England
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comments=Many thanks.Your page allowed my memories of N Cyprus to be enhansed. My last time in  N. Cyprus was 1968. I have returned to the South a number of times but I miss that special warmth  of the North! I hope to visit Kyrenia again soon and enjoy the North of Cyprus which was such a great pleasure for me in the past.
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