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    Lopez cancels north Cyprus gig

    FAMAGUSTA GAZETTE 09.JUL.10

    Jennifer Lopez, American singer and actress has cancelled a concert that she had agreed to stage this month in the Turkish occupied areas of the Republic of Cyprus, after a strong reaction against her planes.

    The celebrity had been invited to celebrate her 41st birthday , in return for taking part in a one-off concert on the anniversary of the date that Turkish troops invaded and occupied the northern part of the island.

    Thousands of people had launched over the last few weeks an online campaign asking Lopez to reconsider her decision to perform in the Turkish Cypriot pseudostate, officially recognized only by Turkey.

    According to a statement issued by Lopez’s representative “Jennifer Lopez would never knowingly support any state, country, institution or regime that was associated with any form of human rights abuse.

    After a full review of the relevant circumstances in Cyprus, it was the decision of her advisors to withdraw from the appearance.

    This was a team decision that reflects our sensitivity to the political realities of the region” the statement concludes.

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    Re: Jennifer Lopez cancels north Cyprus gig

    Wise decision.
    B0zkurt Hunter

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      Re: Jennifer Lopez cancels north Cyprus gig

      That is 100% correct answer good for here,Turkish occupied Cyprus state is a terrorist one as azeri state is..based on propaganda and lies build upon them can have no future depending in the unjustness's that they bring to others.
      You can tell whether a man is clever by his answers. You can tell whether a man is wise by his questions.

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        Re: Jennifer Lopez cancels north Cyprus gig

        http://news.am/eng/news/24568.html

        Jennifer Lopez dragged Turkey through the mire

        World-famous star Jennifer Lopez canceled a concert planned to be held the Turkish-occupied northern Cyprus at the opening of Cratos Premium Hotel.

        The representatives of Jennifer Lopez say she would never back any state, country, institution or regime that was associated with any form of human rights abuse. After review of the Cyprus issue, the singer’s management decided to withdraw from the appearance. According to the representative, this decision reflects sensitivity to the political realities of the region.

        Jennifer Lopez, her husband Marc Anthony and their two children were to arrive in northern Cyprus and stay at Cratos Premium Hotel for 3 days to mark her 41st birthday.
        Politics is not about the pursuit of morality nor what's right or wrong
        Its about self interest at personal and national level often at odds with the above.
        Great politicians pursue the National interest and small politicians personal interests

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