- "What's this, an Assassin? Does Saladin have his eyes on poor Cyprus too?"
- ―Jonas, moments before his death, 1192.[src]
Jonas (died 1192) was a merchant from Kyrenia, who was wrongfully assassinated by the Mentor of the Levantine Assassins, Altaïr Ibn-La'Ahad, on the orders of a man impersonating Barnabas, the Cypriot Resistance leader.
The news of Jonas' death by Altaïr's hand triggered a riot in Kyrenia, as Jonas was highly respected in the Cypriot society.