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Unfortunately I can't contribute anything to the genetic discussion, but just based on pictures from this forum I'd say there is a difference between Cypriots and Greeks. Their phenotypes might overlap 50%-60% of the time but there was also an abundance of highly Middle Eastern looks that would be hard to find even in Southern European countries.
Both Greek and Turk Cypriots need to just make up already. What ever happened in the past happened time to let go and unite. Both look the same any way. Cyprus has so much potential look at Famagusta that place is shouting to be the Miami of Europe/Middle east
Last edited by CyberneticTurk; 2012-11-25 at 19:07.
As a west-asian, I can say, we don't want cypriots in our territory. You europeans can have them, but please for the love of allah, make them leave and stop pretending they're indigenous, when they identify with europeans. I promise you, when istanbul falls, you can have thrace back, just stop hogging our territory.
My girlfriend has Greek Cypriot ancestry, there was settlements in her state of Sinaloa, Mexico, that explains why they have a high Middle Eastern ancestry, so i find it interesting they do not cluster with other Europeans but with Middle Eastern people