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36 years in prison for Kurdish children trapped in Sur

Children trapped in Sur where genocidal attacks continued for 104 days have been sentenced to a cumulative of 36 years in prison. Pieces of shrapnel removed from the children’s bodies were listed as “evidence”.

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The lawsuit filed against 11 children, 3 of them in pretrial detention, accusing them of “membership to a terrorist organization” has concluded. The children had been trapped during the genocidal attacks following the “curfew” declared on November 28, 2015 in Amed’s Sur district by the Turkish state and were rescued through the “life corridor” on March 3, 2016. The case was heard in Diyarbakır High Criminal Court for Minors, where arrestees Ö.S. and M.Ç. were present and F.Y. in Elazığ Type E Prison attended over the videoconferencing system SEGBİS. The prosecutor had asked for the arrested children’s release in the first hearing, but then in later hearings he asked for continued arrest.

The lawyers stated that the identification procedure on their clients was unlawful, and that the children and witnesses testified under duress and torture. The lawyers pointed out that the children’s battery and violence reports were present in the casefile. They stated that the gunshot and explosive residue found on the children’s clothes like Antimon, HDX and RDX was mere contamination from the environment due to the clashes and demanded expert witnesses be appointed by the court to ascertain that.

The children gave their defense via Kurdish interpreters and said they were trapped in Sur due to the clashes and they were not guilty, and demanded their release.

The court refused the lawyers’ appeal and announced the verdict. M.F.D., S.K., F.B., M.S.K and A.A., on trial without detention, received 2.5 years in prison each but the sentence was postponed, as the court took into consideration the facts that the children did not have criminal records and they were not likely to commit another crime. However, R.A., R.H. and Ş.A. accused of membership to a terrorist organization received 3 years and 4 months in prison each, and these sentences were not postponed. The court issued sentences of 4 years 5 months and 10 days in prison for the arrested children F.Y. and M.Ç., and 5 years 4 months for Ö.S.

The court issued a total of 36 years 8 months and 20 days in prison for the 11 children. There were no reductions in sentences due to the “negative behavior” expressed by the children in court, and the court ruled for the continuation of their arrest.

It also come to light that the children had been tortured by the police officers in detention. 16 year old F.Y. had been taken out of Sur wounded and was arrested following his operation, and the 5 pieces of shrapnel removed from his body were listed as evidence, as they had “traces of strong explosives HMX, RDX and TNT”.

ANF

Kurdish brother and sister injured in explosion die

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Fatih Gunes (5) and his sister Havin Gunes (3) were injured in an explosion as they were playing in their garden in Turkey’s southeastern Kurdish district Nusaybin.

Two siblings who were injured after an object they were playing with in their garden exploded, have died.

5-year-old Fatih Gunes and his sister 3-year-old sister Havin were injured in the Abdulkadir Pasa Neighbourhood in Turkey’s Kurdish district Nusaybin on Thursday morning after an unidentified object exploded.

Both children were critically injured in the blast and taken to the local state hospital. While the younger child died on the same day, her brother passed away in the early hours of Friday morning.

The blast occurred in one of the neighbourhoods that was the scene of clashes between Turkish security forces and Kurdish militia in 2015 and 2016.

The object is thought to have been left over from clashes in an area that was cleared by security forces.

KOM NEWS

RESISTANCE IS LIFE

Official Trailer

EVLIN is an 8-year-old girl who escaped with her family from their village in Kobane, Syria in September 2014, fleeing the terror of the militant Islamic State (ISIS). She now lives in an overcrowded refugee camp on the edge of the Turkish-Syrian border, so close that you could still hear the explosions. Evlin joins the adults who pray and sing on the border, watching the smoke rise above their beloved Kobane.

Resistance is Life, or „Berxwedan Jiyane“ in Kurdish, is the motto of the spirit in which the people of Kobane persist through months of devastating attacks. Embodying that spirit, Evlin takes us on a journey that introduces the many different faces of this resistance and their heart-wrenching stories.

Her family tells us the story of their escape from terror. They are just a few of the thousands who crossed into Turkey to escape from an enemy that is notorious for enslaving women and beheading children.

In the face of such an assault on humanity, volunteers from across the globe have come to the Turkish-Syrian border to support the refugees and some even cross into Kobane to join the Kurdish guerrilla forces. The female fighters of Kobane become Evlin’s heroes as they bear arms in the name of women’s rights against the tyranny of ISIS.

The film documents the many faces of the resistance over the course of 8 months on both sides of the Turkish-Syrian border and provides an inside look at the extraordinary spirit behind the first-ever victory against ISIS militants.


Evlin is one of the thousands of refugees from Kobane, Syria and this is how she experienced the war in the camps.

More: http://www.resistancemovie.com/

Zarokên Rojava / Children of Rojava

Turkish strikes kill two children from one family

The Turkish occupying forces killed two children from the same family in their strikes on the Manbij village Sebwêran on Tuesday night.

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Turkish warplanes struck the village Sebwêran in western Manbij, leading to the killing of six civilians and many civilian injuries in the region.

The two children from the Ehmed Reşid Bîş Elo family which were killed in the strikes include their son Şehîd and daughter Emîne.

The Turkish army began striking and shelling villages in western Manbij on Sunday. The Manbij Military Council (MMC) has responded to the attacks, called ‘cowardly’ by the council, whilst calling out to the international coalition to fulfill the promise of the protection of the region.

The MMC stated that the SDF/YPG forces would be deployed to the region after withdrawing from Manbij to join the Raqqa campaign in order to defend Manbij from Turkish attacks if attacks continued.

ANHA

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Pädagogisch wirksame Erziehung zum Faschisten der Zukunft.

Pädagogisch wirksame Erziehung zum Faschisten der Zukunft.

Erzieher/Lehrer der Kinder lässt türkische Kinder im Pausenhof mit waffenähnlichem Gerät im Militärschritt laufen und „Ich möchtet ein Märtyrer sein“-Parolen rufen (original:Sehit olmak istiyorum).

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Turkish teacher let students imitate military walk and speech like „i want to be a martyr“ (original: sehit olmak istiyorum).

Gesetzliche Nischen für Vergewaltiger?

Sexuelle Übergriffe an Minderjährigen sind strafbar – doch das will die türkische Regierungspartei mithilfe eines neuen Gesetzes ändern. Die Voraussetzung: Der Täter heiratet das Opfer. Die Kritik ist immens und noch scheitern die Pläne am Widerstand der Opposition.

Ein von der türkischen Regierungspartei angestrebtes Gesetz zur Strafverfolgung von sexueller Gewalt an Minderjährigen hat eine heftige Kontroverse ausgelöst. Der von der AKP im Parlament eingereichte Entwurf sieht vor, dass der Täter einer Strafe entgehen kann, wenn er das Opfer heiratet.

Aus Sicht der AKP dient das neue Gesetz aber nicht dazu, Missbrauch zu dulden, sondern als Schutz – auch für Minderjährige. Denn, so erklärte es Justizminister Bekir Bozdag, Straffreiheit soll nur gewährt werden, wenn der sexuelle Kontakt mit Zustimmung der Familien und der Minderjährigen selbst erfolgt sei oder wenn sich die Beteiligten der geltenden Rechtslage nicht bewusst gewesen seien. Zudem dürfe keine „Gewalt, Drohung oder jegliche andere Art von Zwang“ angewandt worden sein.


Justizminister: Kinderehen sind „Realität“

Der türkische Ministerpräsident Binali Yildirim sieht in dem Gesetz eine Chance, eine „ungerechte Situation zu bereinigen“. Er spielt damit auf sogenannte Kinderehen an. Diese, so fügte Bozdag hinzu, seien nun mal „Realität“. Wenn aus einer Ehe mit einer Minderjährigen ein Kind hervorgehe, müsse das der Arzt dem Staatsanwalt melden. Die Folge: Der Mann lande im Gefängnis und seine Familie gerate in Schwierigkeiten. Derzeit gebe es etwa 3000 solcher Ehen in der Türkei.

Doch mit dem Entwurf stieß die AKP bei der Opposition auf vehementen Widerstand. Tekin Bingöl, Vize der oppositionellen Republikanischen Volkspartei (CHP), sieht in ihm „den Versuch, Vergewaltiger zu begnadigen“ und „Kinderehen zu erleichtern“. Seine Partei weise den Vorstoß energisch zurück.

Yildirim hielt dagegen, dass die Vorwürfe der CHP „völlig falsche Beschuldigungen“ seien. Im Gegenteil habe die jetzige Regierung die Strafen für Vergewaltigung noch verschärft. Der sexuelle Missbrauch in der Ehe ist erst seit 2005 strafbar. Übergriffe konnten seitdem mit bis zu acht Jahren Haftstrafe geahndet werden. Seit 2014 wurde das maximale Strafmaß für Vergewaltigung in der Ehe auf bis zu 16 Jahre erhöht. Das neue Gesetz soll nach den Plänen der AKP für Taten gelten, die zwischen 2005 und dem 11. November 2016 verübt wurden.

Kritik von Menschenrechtlern: Keine Übergriffe ohne Zwang

Die Regierung will mit dem Gesetz eine Vorgabe des türkischen Verfassungsgerichts erfüllen. Das hatte im Juli ein Gesetz aufgehoben, das sexuelle Handlungen mit unter 15-Jährigen als sexuellen Missbrauch wertet. Es forderte das Parlament auf, binnen eines halben Jahres ein neues Gesetz auf den Weg zu bringen.

Doch nicht nur von der Opposition kam heftige Kritik an den Gesetzesplänen. Ruhat Sena Aksener von Amnesty International betonte: „Sexuelle Aggression ohne Zwang“ gebe es nicht. Und auch die Kinderrechtsorganisation Gündem Cocuk warf der AKP vor, sie betrachte die Ehe als Lösung für das Problem des sexuellen Missbrauchs.

Am kommenden Dienstag soll über den Entwurf in zweiter Lesung im Parlament abgestimmt werden.

ARD

Turkish bill clears men of statutory rape if they marry

A bill which would allow men accused of raping underage girls to be cleared if they marry the girl has been preliminarily backed by Turkish MPs.

The bill would pardon men only if they had sex without „force or threat“ and if they married the victim.

Critics say it legitimises rape and child marriage, and lets off men who are aware of their crime.

Violence against women in Turkey has increased in the past decade – 40% of women report sexual or physical abuse.

Statistics also show the murder rate of women increased by 1,400% between 2003 and 2010.

The bill was initially approved on Thursday evening after being brought to parliament by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP). On Tuesday, MPs will debate the bill a second time before casting their final vote.

If it passes it will likely quash the convictions of some 3,000 men accused of assaulting an under-18-year-old.

But critics say as well as overlooking statutory rape (underage sex) it would legitimise child marriage.

„Sexual abuse is a crime and there is no consent in it. This is what the AKP fails to understand,“ said Ozgur Ozel, MP for the opposition Republican People’s Party, according to AFP news agency. „Seeking the consent of a child is something that universal law does not provide for.“

But Justice Minister Bekir Bozdag said it could help couples who have engaged in consensual sex and want to marry.

„When a child is then born from this non-official union, the doctor warns the prosecutor and the man is sent to prison, putting the child and mother into financial difficulties,“ he said.

BBC

Turkish army conducts artillery and aerial attack on villages of Efrîn

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Occupant Turkish army conducted artillery attack on Dêr Belût, Hemam, Melê Xelil and Meydan Ekbis villages in Efrîn Canton of Rojava, West Kurdistan last night.

According to ANHA (Hawar News Agency), occupant Turkish army started artillery attacks on Dêr Belût village in Efrîn’s Cindirês district as of 00:01 last night. 13 cannonballs hit the village and 1 other fell near the village. The outcomes of the aggression was not immediately clear.

On the other hand, Turkish army also launched artillery attacks on Hemam ve Melê Xelil villages of Cindirês district and Meydan Ekbis village of Raco district last night.

Occupant Turkish army jets also shelled the villages of Um Al-Hosh and Um Al-Qura after revolutionary forces cleared some areas in Shehba region -Shehba Dam, the villages of Al-Hasiya, Hsack, Simûqa, Qol Sirûc and Al-Werdiye, the hamlets of Al-Xûl and Hesîniniyê and one base station- of ISIS groups yesterday evening.

The three villages were targeted by Turkish fighter jets 14 times.

The village of Um Al-Hosh in Mari town to the north of Aleppo was liberated from ISIS recently.

The village of Um Al-Qura was hit by around 100 cannonballs fired by Turkish troops and affiliated gangs from the Tal Malid village under the occupation of gang groups.

ANF

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Result of Turkish artillery and airstrikes over the past few days against what they claim is ‚YPG/PKK‘ targets. Efrîn

Türkei verbietet kurdischsprachigen Kindersender

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Dass Biene Maja & Co. auf Kurdisch gezeigt werden, gilt in der Türkei nach dem Putschversuch vom Juli jäh als Gefahr für die nationale Sicherheit.

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Seit Ewigkeiten auch im ORF ausgestrahlte Kindersendungen wie Biene Maja halten die türkischen Behörden Kurdisch synchonisiert nun nach dem Militärputsch als Gefahr für die nationale Sicherheit.

Nach der Schließung Dutzender Medien per Notstandsdekret seit dem gescheiterten Militärputsch Mitte Juli haben die türkischen Behörden nun die Ausstrahlung von zahlreichen vor allem pro-kurdischen Fernsehprogrammen gestoppt. Auf Antrag des Rundfunk-und Fernsehrates RTÜK habe der Satelliten- und Kabelanbieter „Türksat“ zwölf Fernseh- und elf Radiosender aus dem Programm gestrichen, meldete am Donnerstag die staatliche Nachrichtenagentur Anadolu.

Darunter ist der Kindersender „Zarok TV“, der unter anderem Zeichentrickserien wie „Die Biene Maja“ und „Die Schlümpfe“ ins Kurdische übersetzt und ausstrahlte. „Wir haben keine offizielle Begründung für diese Entscheidung erhalten“, sagte die Zarok-Programmkoordinatorin Dilek Demiral der Deutschen Presse-Agentur. „Wir haben von RTÜK bis jetzt nicht einmal eine Verwarnung erhalten. Die Entscheidung, unseren Sender als ein nationales Sicherheitsrisiko einzustufen, ist ein Skandal.“

Betroffen ist auch der regierungskritische Sender „Hayatin Sesi“ (Stimme des Lebens), der während der Gezi-Proteste im Sommer 2013 in Istanbul unter dem Namen Hayat TV Bekanntheit erlangte.

Orgie von Mediensperren

Anadolu berichtet, der Beschluss basiere auf einem nach dem Putschversuch erlassenen Notstandsdekret. Das Dekret besagt, dass Medien und Verlage, die „die nationale Sicherheit gefährden“, ohne Gerichtsbeschluss von der Regierung geschlossen werden können. Auf dieser Basis waren noch im Juli drei Nachrichtenagenturen, 16 Fernsehsender, 23 Rundfunkstationen, 15 Magazine und 45 Zeitungen geschlossen worden, sie werden der oppositionellen Gülen-Bewegung zugeordnet, die den Putsch initiiert haben soll.

DiePresse.com




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