The Kurdistan Democratic Party - Iraq brought reinforcements along the border strip of Rojava and Başur Kurdistan, as it established outposts along the border strip in the vicinity of Fishkhabur opposite the Semalka crossing, while the Turkish occupation army is escalating its attacks on the areas of Başur Kurdistan, specifically in Haftanin.
The movements of the Kurdistan Democratic Party on the borders with Rojava are the effects of the discontent of the people and political parties, especially as they came amid the efforts of the parties, organizations and political entities in Rojava to move forward towards uniting the Kurdish ranks.
Mulla Omar, Secretary-General of the Kurdistan Communist Party, explained that in order to protect the approach of the Kurdish people, political parties, the military force and the Kurdish community are required to work in one path to remove the obstacles that lead to the disappearance of the Kurdish people.
Mulla Omar noted: "When the enemy of the Kurdish people hears the word of the Kurds immediately, he plans to launch his attacks on the peoples of Kurdistan."
Any Kurdish-Kurdish fighting brings destruction
Regarding the Kurdistan Democratic Party’s bringing in reinforcements on the borders with Rojava, Mulla Omar said: “In the four parts of Kurdistan, our sacrificial forces were martyred for the sake of the freedom of Kurdistan, and to protect the Kurdish people and their approach. And our other Kurdish forces are directing weapons at the enemy and not against each other. "
Mulla Omar stressed: "We must not make a mistake and achieve the goals of our enemies. We must resist and martyrdom for the sake of the freedom and approach of the Kurdish people and their hopes for freedom, that is, Kurdish-Kurdish fighting brings destruction. We have to join hands because our enemy is like a sharp knife at every moment wants to tear us apart."
He explained that the Turkish state does not want the interest of the Kurdistan Democratic Party or the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan nor the interest of any other Kurdish party, not even the interest of the Kurdish community, but rather aims to achieve its goals, and said: “Therefore, some Kurdish political parties are used to sow discord."
He stressed that the Kurdish forces must unify their positions to thwart the plans of the Turkish occupation army.