Families support activists in Turkish prisons and stress, “Our goals are common

The people of the city of Derik, in al-Jazira canton, expressed their support for the resistance of male and female activists in Turkish prisons, which was organized in support of the global campaign demanding the physical freedom of leader Abdullah Ocalan.

Families support activists in Turkish prisons and stress, “Our goals are common
25 June 2024   03:01
QAMISHLO
QALTHOMA ALI

The people of the city of Deirk, in al-Jazira canton in North and East Syria, expressed their support for the resistance of freedom fighters in the prisons of the Turkish authorities, which has been continuing for 7 months, under the slogan “Live the same conditions with our leader,” within the framework of the global campaign demanding the freedom of leader Abdullah Ocalan. Physical freedom, and they called on all peoples to support the event and move for their physical freedom.

Citizen Aisha Barham denounced the legal violations being carried out against the leader Abdullah Ocalan and the male and female activists in Turkish prisons, and pointed out, “Every male and female citizen has a right, but the Turkish state stripped them of their rights because they called for freedom.”

She called, "People must rise up in order to achieve the demands of freedom fighters in prisons, end the isolation imposed on leader Abdullah Ocalan, and achieve his physical freedom."

In his turn, citizen Behzad Ramadan stressed, “We will support the activity of male and female activists in Turkish prisons, because we have a common goal in ensuring the freedom of peoples by achieving the freedom of leader Abdullah Ocalan.”

Citizen Omar Ismail pointed out, "The prison resistance has been continuing for more than 7 months, and all components must support this resistance and move to highlight their position rejecting the policies of isolation and torture being pursued against the leader Abdullah Ocalan, by escalating activities supporting the event of male and female activists in Turkish prisons."

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