Yes, and I've already said that wasn't justified.
I don't know enough about EOKA to judge. But if as you say they targeted ordinary Cypriots who didn't happen to agree with them, then how can you justify that? I am simply pointing out the humbug in the song in the OP. Bobby Sands and the other hunger strikers were terrorists, they weren't political prisoners. Nobody in NI is imprisoned for advocating the reunion of Ireland; two political parties, Sinn Fein and the SDLP, openly advocate this and the latter at least believes it should be brought about via the ballot box, not bombs and bullets. No, I don't. I recognise that there is a blurred line between "freedom fighters" and terrorists.