Archiv für Mai 2016

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CIZRE

United Nations Human Rights

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Photo: A woman looks through the rubble of her destroyed house in Cizre, ‪Turkey‬. We have received a succession of alarming reports about ‪humanrights‬ violations allegedly committed by Turkish military &security forces in south-east Turkey over the past few months. We urge the Turkish authorities to give independent investigators, including UN staff, unimpeded access to the area to verify the veracity of such reports. “In 2016, to have such a lack of information about what is happening in such a large and geographically accessible area is both extraordinary and deeply worrying,” our High Commissioner Zeid said. “This black-out simply fuels suspicions about what has been going on.”
“I strongly condemn violence and other unlawful acts committed by the youth groups and other non-state agents, allegedly affiliated with the PKK , in Cizre and other areas, and I regret any loss of life as a result of terrorist acts wherever they have occurred,” our High Commissioner Zeid said. “However, while Turkey has a duty to protect its population from acts of violence, it is essential that the authorities respect human rights at all times while undertaking security or counter-terrorism operations – and international law prohibiting torture, extrajudicial killings, disproportionate use of lethal force and arbitrary detention must be observed.”
We have received reports of unarmed civilians – including women and children – being deliberately shot by snipers, or by gunfire from tanks and other military vehicles. “There also appears to have been massive, and seemingly highly disproportionate, destruction of property and key communal infrastructure – including buildings hit by mortar or shellfire, and damage inflicted on the contents of individual apartments and houses taken over by security forces,” he said. “There are also allegations of arbitrary arrests, and of torture and other forms of ill-treatment, as well as reports that in some situations ambulances and medical staff were prevented from reaching the wounded. On top of all this, there has been huge displacement triggered by the curfews and by subsequent fighting, shelling, killings and arrests in many places in the south-east.” “Most disturbing of all,” the High Commissioner said, “are the reports quoting witnesses and relatives in Cizre which suggest that more than 100 people were burned to death as they sheltered in three different basements that had been surrounded by security forces.”
“All these allegations, including those levelled at the groups fighting against the security forces, are extremely serious and should be thoroughly investigated, but do not appear to have been so far,” Zeid said. “The Turkish Government has not responded positively to requests by my Office and other parts of the United Nations to visit the region to collect information first-hand.” The UN Human Rights Chief noted that more information has emerged from Cizre compared to other districts, towns and villages in the south-east – including Silopi, Nusaybin and the Sur district of Diyarbakır, the main city in the region – which were sealed off for weeks on end, and are still next to impossible to access, because of the heavy security presence.
Noting alarm bells rung by other international human rights entities in recent weeks, Zeid called for a prompt investigation and prosecution of all those suspected of being involved in violations of the right to life, including extrajudicial killings and disproportional use of lethal force, and stressed that the judiciary should act independently from all other branches of the State, including the military and the Executive. He also called on the Turkish authorities to allow the return of all those who have been forcibly displaced, and urged them to ensure that, in future, curfews are limited to the minimum duration necessary and with due concern for human rights obligations and humanitarian considerations.

United Nations Human Rights

UN besorgt über Gräuelberichte aus der Türkei

Bei Operationen von türkischen Sicherheitskräften sollen mehr als 100 Menschen bei lebendigem Leib in Kellern verbrannt sein. Die UN fordern eine Untersuchung der Gewalt in der Kurdenregion.

Die UN verfügen nach eigenen Angaben über Berichte, wonach in der südosttürkischen Stadt Cizre bei Operationen von Sicherheitskräften mehr als 100 Menschen bei lebendigem Leib verbrannt sein sollen. Entsprechende Schilderungen von Zeugen seien äußerst besorgniserregend, erklärte der UN-Hochkommissar für Menschenrechte, Said Raad al-Hussein, am Dienstag in Genf. Die Opfer des Feuers hätten sich demnach in den Kellern von drei Gebäuden aufgehalten, die von Sicherheitskräften umstellt gewesen seien.

Al-Hussein rief die türkische Regierung auf, Vorwürfen über massive Gewaltanwendung auch gegen Zivilisten in der von Kurden bewohnten Region endlich nachzugehen und eine gründliche Untersuchung zu veranlassen. Bislang habe Ankara Bitten der UN ignoriert, vor Ort Informationen aus erster Hand einholen zu dürfen.

Die UN beziehen sich auf Angaben von Zeugen über Militäreinsätze gegen die verbotene kurdische Arbeiterpartei PKK von Mitte Dezember bis zur Aufhebung einer Ausgangssperre in Cizre am 1. März. Die Regierung müsse auch bei Anti-Terror-Einsätzen Zivilisten verschonen und das internationale Recht respektieren, das außergerichtliche Tötungen, Folter und die gezielte Zerstörung von Eigentum verbiete.

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Need for transparency, investigations, in light of “alarming” reports of major violations in south-east Turkey

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GENEVA (10 May 2016) – UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein said Tuesday that he had received a succession of alarming reports about violations allegedly committed by Turkish military and security forces in south-east Turkey over the past few months, and urged the Turkish authorities to give independent investigators, including UN staff, unimpeded access to the area to verify the veracity of such reports.

“More and more information has been emerging from a variety of credible sources about the actions of security forces in the town of Cizre during the extended curfew there from mid-December until early March,” Zeid said. “And the picture that is emerging, although still sketchy, is extremely alarming.”

“I strongly condemn violence and other unlawful acts committed by the youth groups and other non-state agents, allegedly affiliated with the PKK , in Cizre and other areas, and I regret any loss of life as a result of terrorist acts wherever they have occurred,” Zeid said. “However, while Turkey has a duty to protect its population from acts of violence, it is essential that the authorities respect human rights at all times while undertaking security or counter-terrorism operations – and international law prohibiting torture, extrajudicial killings, disproportionate use of lethal force and arbitrary detention must be observed.”

The High Commissioner said he had received reports of unarmed civilians – including women and children – being deliberately shot by snipers, or by gunfire from tanks and other military vehicles.

“There also appears to have been massive, and seemingly highly disproportionate, destruction of property and key communal infrastructure – including buildings hit by mortar or shellfire, and damage inflicted on the contents of individual apartments and houses taken over by security forces,” he said. “There are also allegations of arbitrary arrests, and of torture and other forms of ill-treatment, as well as reports that in some situations ambulances and medical staff were prevented from reaching the wounded. On top of all this, there has been huge displacement triggered by the curfews and by subsequent fighting, shelling, killings and arrests in many places in the south-east.”

“Most disturbing of all,” the High Commissioner said, “are the reports quoting witnesses and relatives in Cizre which suggest that more than 100 people were burned to death as they sheltered in three different basements that had been surrounded by security forces.”

“All these allegations, including those levelled at the groups fighting against the security forces, are extremely serious and should be thoroughly investigated, but do not appear to have been so far,” Zeid said. “The Turkish Government has not responded positively to requests by my Office and other parts of the United Nations to visit the region to collect information first-hand.”

The UN Human Rights Chief noted that more information has emerged from Cizre compared to other districts, towns and villages in the south-east – including Silopi, Nusaybin and the Sur district of Diyarbakýr, the main city in the region – which were sealed off for weeks on end, and are still next to impossible to access, because of the heavy security presence.

“In 2016, to have such a lack of information about what is happening in such a large and geographically accessible area is both extraordinary and deeply worrying,” Zeid said. “This black-out simply fuels suspicions about what has been going on. I therefore renew my call for access for UN staff and other impartial observers and investigators, including civil society organizations and journalists.”

Noting alarm bells rung by other international human rights entities in recent weeks,* Zeid called for a prompt investigation and prosecution of all those suspected of being involved in violations of the right to life, including extrajudicial killings and disproportional use of lethal force, and stressed that the judiciary should act independently from all other branches of the State, including the military and the Executive. He also called on the Turkish authorities to allow the return of all those who have been forcibly displaced, and urged them to ensure that, in future, curfews are limited to the minimum duration necessary and with due concern for human rights obligations and humanitarian considerations.

The High Commissioner noted Turkey’s continued engagement with UN human rights bodies, including the recent visit of UN Working Group on Enforced or Involuntary Disappearances; the recent review of the country’s record by the UN Committee on the Protection of the Rights of All Migrant Workers and Members of Their Families; and the ongoing review by the UN Committee against Torture which will issue its concluding observations on Friday 13 May.**

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Turkey is Supporting al Nusra (Al Qaeda affiliate)

Turkey is Supporting al Nusra (Al Qaeda affiliate) in Turkish City Malatya

Jihadi commander talking in the video is Ömer Abdullah, head of al Nusra (Al Qaeda affiliate) allied Sultan Abdulhamit Han Brigades in Syria. He followed with cruelty and violence the ideology of the so-called Pan-Islamism.

In the video you can see also the Grey wolves flag and that the Turkish fascists shown their wolfs and ISIS finger signs.

Turkey is Supporting al Nusra (Al Qaeda affiliate) from ANTIFA KURDISTAN on Vimeo.

HPG reports guerrilla actions in Dersim, Şemdinli and Gever

HPG (People’s Defense Forces) Press Office reported guerrilla actions in Dersim, Gever and Şemdinli in memory of the 6 guerrillas who fell in Lice recently.

DERSİM

HPG recalled that Turkish military had launched an UAV-supported operation in Xıştan, Derwêşan, Şobek and İbni Mahmut areas of Dersim’s Mazgirt district at 20:00 on May 4.

HPG said guerrillas infiltrated into the spot where Turkish soldiers were deployed in Derwêşan area at 12:30 on May 5. A total of 5 soldiers were killed in the guerrilla action which was conducted from two directions. The operation zone and surroundings were shelled by Turkish jets and helicopters after the action.

In the wake of the action which was carried out in memory of Azad Siser and 5 other guerrillas martyred in Amed’s Lice district, Turkish troops conducted raids in the surrounding villages and detained many people. The Turkish military operation was retreated inconclusively on May 6.

ŞEMDİNLİ

HPG said another action by guerrillas targeted a Turkish troop deployed around Geniş hill in Hakkari’s Şemzinan (Şemdinli) district between 10.00-14.00 on May 6. The number of casualties left here couldn‘t be verified.

Between 14.00 – 15.00 the same day, Turkish jets bombarded the Martyr Havin area in Şemzinan.

GEVER

According to the statement, guerrillas conducted another action against Turkish soldiers deployed around Leylak hill at the border of Hakkari’s Yüksekova district between 10.00 – 16.00 on May 6. The death toll inflicted here couldn‘t be clarified either.

ANF

Gerilla TV broadcasted the footage of the action with heavy weaponry against Eriş Outpost in Hakkari’s Çukurca distict of April 30.

Türkische Faschist*innen demonstrieren in Düsseldorf

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Etwa 600 türkische Faschist*innen demonstrierten am 08.05.2016 in Düsseldorf. Der Aufzug startet erst sehr verzögert, da die Polizei mitgebrachte Gegenstände zu beanstanden hatte. Dazu die Polizei Pressemitteilung: “Eine türkische Musikkapelle führte beim Sammeln zum Aufzug traditionelle Säbel und Dolche sowie Fahnen mit sichelförmigen Halbmonden aus Metall am Fahnenende mit sich. Nach Kontaktaufnahme mit den verantwortlichen Organisatoren der Versammlung vor Ort, wurden die Säbel und Dolche abgelegt. Das Mitführen der Fahnen wurde, soweit sie spitze Halbmonde am oberen Ende aufwiesen, verboten.”

Rund 500 Antifaschist*innen versuchten die Demonstration zu stören. Dabei gab es 5 Festnahmenn. Unter anderem wurden mehrere Personen festgenommen, da sie am Rande der Demonstration standen, einige Parolen riefen und das Victory-Zeichen zeigten. Das reichte der Düsseldorfer Polizei bereits aus, diese Personen gewaltsam festuzunehmen.

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Der Freiheitskampf der Kurdinnen – ARTE [ DOKU]

„Frauen! Leben! Freiheit!“ skandieren Hunderte Frauen in Paris und Kobane, im türkischen Kurdistan und im irakischen Sindschar, an dessen Befreiung von der terroristischen IS-Miliz sie kürzlich beteiligt waren. Mit dem Schnellfeuergewehr in der einen Hand und der kurdischen Fahne in der anderen posieren junge Kämpferinnen lachend vor ihren Jeeps. Sie sind in diesem Teil der Welt die Hoffnung der anderen Frauen, die nicht nur von den Dschihadisten gequält, sondern auch von einer frauenfeindlichen, patriarchalisch geprägten Gesellschaft unterdrückt werden. Diese junge Generation tritt das Erbe der vor nunmehr fast 40 Jahren in der Türkei gegründeten „Partei der freien Frauen“ an, die heute im Kandil-Gebirge im Norden des Iraks verankert ist. Sakine Cansiz, die Gründerin und Ikone der Bewegung, wurde im Januar 2013 in der Rue La Fayette in Paris ermordet.

Heute versammelt die nach wie vor der kurdischen Arbeiterpartei PKK nahestehende radikale Frauenbewegung ihre Anhängerinnen: Hunderte Frauen aus Frankreich, Deutschland und Schweden verstärken die Reihen der syrischen, irakischen und türkischen Kämpferinnen in den Dörfern Kurdistans. Während sich junge Europäerinnen dem sogenannten Islamischen Staat und seinem barbarischen Kalifat anschließen, haben sich diese Frauen das ehrgeizige Ziel gesteckt, der Geschichte des Nahen Ostens eine andere Richtung zu geben und mit der Waffe in der Hand eine demokratische Gesellschaft zu erkämpfen, in der Männer und Frauen die gleichen Rechte haben.


Der Freiheitskampf der Kurdinnen – ARTE von ANTIFA-KURDISTAN

Cizîr ( Cizre )

Remains of twenty-six people were found in the basement of the apartment building Number 23 on Bostancı Street of Cizre’s Cudi District after the government-imposed curfew and siege that lasted for seventy-nine days from 14 December 2015 to 2 March 2016.

02 March 2016. The curfew in Cizre was partially lifted on its 79th day. The residents began to come back to their neighborhood and faced a ruined city after the operations and clashes between the Turkish Government and PKK members.


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