In a Divided Land, Lessons in Living Together

Aug 15, 2010 Full story: New York Times

Gather 29 devout Jews, Muslims, Christians and radical secularists from 15 countries in the divided capital of a war-wounded island, in the heat of summer, miles in any direction from the nearest sea coast, and what do you get? The answer, hard though it may be to believe, is something like a happy family.

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Ankara, Turkey

#1 Aug 18, 2010
...why there are no comments on this reading piece, in the so called Cyprus Forum...
Krypteia

Shoreham-by-sea, UK

#2 Aug 18, 2010
Once they got rid of the muslims they would live happily together..
Democracy United States

United States

#3 Aug 18, 2010
Cyprus is not divided.

There's some thieving turkish gypsies doing whatever they want but it's not divided at all.

All the greek cypriots are united as one.
I wonder

Ankara, Turkey

#4 Aug 18, 2010
I agree with the Kryptical irony.
I wonder

Ankara, Turkey

#5 Aug 26, 2010
Debate, debate, debate said the Greek philosopher whose name I forgot...

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