Archiv für Juni 2016

My Son Was Killed by the Turkish Police

My Son Was Killed by the Turkish Police from ANTIFA KURDISTAN on Vimeo.

Muhammed Demir was 15, his friend Orhan Aslan, 16, they worked in a bakery together. On 13 August 2015, they were murdered by Turkish police in Kurdish city Agri as revenge for a PKK attack they had nothing to do with.

This is the story of that extrajudicial killing.

Diktator & Mörder

Diktator & Mörder from ANTIFA KURDISTAN on Vimeo.

Nazitürken

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Türkische Militär bemalen Nazi-Symbole an den Wänden der kurdische Häuser in Bakur ( Northern Kurdistan )

Racism

After bomb blast in Istanbul, hashtag # KürtlerKatledilsin ( Massacre the Kurds) on the Top Trends of Turkey. The same people who denying the Armenian genocide, now call for a massacre on Kurds.

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Laut einer türkischen Zeitung ist der gestrige Bombenanschlag in Istanbul ein „Werk Deutschlands“.

Laut einer türkischen Zeitung ist der gestrige Bombenanschlag in Istanbul ein „Werk Deutschlands“.

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Erdogan droht Deutschland und der EU

Streit um Armenien-Resolution
Erdogan droht Deutschland und der EU.

The hypocrites show their true and real colors again!

Turks spit on then burn photos of German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Cem Özdemir after Germany recognises the Armenian genocide.

The hypocrites show their true and real colors again! from ANTIFA KURDISTAN on Vimeo.

Nisêbîn

Erst zerstören sie eine kurdische Stadt Nisêbîn ( tr. Nusaybin ), dann hissen sie ihre Fahne und dann feuern sie in die Luft und freuen sich darüber, das kurdische Volk zu massakrieren.

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The Devastation of Gever

Turkish authorities on Monday partially lifted a curfew in Kurdish areas in southeast Turkey where military operations against Kurdish rebels have done extensive damage to housing.

Turkish Kurdistan [Southeast Turkey] has been the scene of intense fighting between security forces and rebels linked to the Kurdistan Workers’ Party, or PKK, since December. The Turkish government has promised to reconstruct all areas destroyed in the fighting.

Since July 2015, Turkey initiated a controversial military campaign against the PKK in the country’s southeastern Kurdish regions. Since the beginning of the campaign, Ankara has imposed several round-the-clock curfews, preventing civilians from fleeing regions where the military operations are being conducted.

Deputy Prime Minister Numan Kurtulmus said Monday that 6,320 buildings have been damaged amid the fighting in five southeastern towns, affecting some 11,000 apartments. He put the estimated cost of demolishing and rebuilding the affected structures__ in the districts of Sur, Silopi, Cizre, Idil and Yuksekova__ at approximately 855 million Turkish lira ($289 million).

Meanwhile, the curfew was relaxed at 5 a.m. Monday in the Yuksekova district and a village in Hakkari province. A nighttime curfew, however, will remain from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m., according to local officials. The curfew is to be loosened further during Ramadan, the Muslim month of fasting, which this year begins in June.

Round-the-clock curfews have been slapped on southeast flashpoint areas for weeks to aid military operations. Human rights groups have repeatedly raised concerns over dozens of civilian casualties.

According to the military an estimated 500 Turkish security personnel have been killed in the operations against Kurdish rebels and have killed 4,900 PKK militants in operations in Turkey and Iraqi Kurdistan, where the PKK has a major bastion.

Pro-Kurdish opposition political parties say between about 1,000 civilians, mostly Kurds, have perished in the fighting, since the Turkish offensive against the PKK centred in towns and cities in Turkish Kurdistan.

Limited access to conflict areas in the southeast has made it difficult to verify casualty tolls.

The PKK took up arms in 1984 against the Turkish state, which still denies the constitutional existence of Kurds, to push for greater autonomy for the Kurdish minority who make up around 22.5 million of the country’s 78-million population. Over 40,000 people have been killed.

A large Turkey’s Kurdish community openly sympathise with PKK rebels.

Istanbul

Aufgrund der ‪‎Anerkennung‬ des ‪Völkermordes‬ an den Armeniern im deutschen ‪Bundestag‬ sind am Donnerstagabend mehrere dutzend Demonstranten in der Türkei vor das deutsche Generalkonsulat in ‪‎Istanbul‬ marschiert. Dabei riefen die Demonstranten unter anderen: „En güzel Ermeni, Ölmüs Ermeni“ (übersetzt: Ein guter ‪‎Armenier‬ ist ein toter Armenier) zu hören ab 1:04min im Video.




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