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PKK and PJAK prisoners call for civil rebellions

PostAuthor: KurdishSoccer92 » Sat Nov 05, 2011 7:51 pm

05 November 2011

Seven thousand PKK and PJAK prisoners call on people to organize civil rebellions

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The statement made by Deniz Kaya on behalf of seven thousand PKK and PJAK prisoners in Turkey called for civil rebellion in all areas.
Reacting strongly to the slaughter of tens of guerrillas in Çukurca and the KCK operations - referred to as “political genocide” - prisoners "announce to the world that the pro-Fethullah sect, Gül and Erdoğan are the officially registered murderers of the Kurdish people.”

The statement noted that it is time to go into action now when the democratic freewill; party and institutions of the Kurdish people are burnt down and closed while thousands of politicians are arrested and put in prisons.

Calling for civil rebellions (serhıldan) for a free and dignified life, prisoners called on all Kurdish people, revolutionaries and democrats to join the rebellion movement in all areas against the racist and denier colonial system. The statement also called on the Kurdish youth to the mountains for peace and freedom and urged all international establishments, particularly the United Nations, European Council, CPT, ECHR and EU to take action to fulfill their responsibilities for the life of the Leadership.

The statement vehemently condemned the attacks against the guerrilla and the people and listed the demands of seven thousand PKK and PJAK prisoners as follows:

1 - Stop the isolation of Leader Apo,


2- Meet the conditions of free movement, health and security for Leader Apo,


3- Respect laws of war by ending the use of chemical weapons which is considered as a war crime and prohibited all around the world,


4- End the terror of detention and arrest applied on our civilian and defenseless people, 


5- Stop the pressure on our institutions, human rights defenders, intellectuals and writers.”

The statement ended by warning PM Erdoğan, President Gül and "the pro-Fethullah sect to stop these lawless and barbarian implementations, respect our bodies and display a brave hostility. We once more remark that we will not hesitate to take a tougher line if our demands aren’t met and we call on all our families, people, sensitive public opinion, intellectuals and all those siding with humanity to act in solidarity with us for the fulfillment of our demands”



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PostAuthor: jjmuneer » Sat Nov 05, 2011 9:35 pm

If Turkey is so democratic and "western", why not let APO speak? Why not actually face to face talk with PKK?
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PostAuthor: KurdishSoccer92 » Sat Nov 05, 2011 11:33 pm

jjmuneer wrote:If Turkey is so democratic and "western", why not let APO speak? Why not actually face to face talk with PKK?

Yeah it iss so like yousaid heval... and he is Serok APO .
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PostAuthor: jjmuneer » Sat Nov 05, 2011 11:53 pm

KurdishSoccer92 wrote:
jjmuneer wrote:If Turkey is so democratic and "western", why not let APO speak? Why not actually face to face talk with PKK?

Yeah it iss so like yousaid heval... and he is Serok APO .

I know heval, sorry. Just abit pissed at their Tukey's hipocrisy.
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PostAuthor: Kulka » Sun Nov 06, 2011 10:00 am

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PostAuthor: jjmuneer » Sun Nov 06, 2011 10:47 am

Kulka wrote:First i am glad boys that you finally talk like Kurds - i am very happy abput it.

Second - some time ago i was wondering if few million of our people in Bakur are able to paralyze turkish state infrastructure? It might be possible, but under one condition - all of them must have to do that.

I don't know how they vould do that though. I mean the Kurdish areas in northern Kurdistan already have shit infastructure.
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