The Turkish state has severely isolated on Ocalan since April 5, 2015.
In this regard, the head of the Islamic Affairs Committee for Muslim Scholars in the north and east of Syria, Mohammad al-Qadri, explained that the isolation imposed on the leader of the Kurdish people Abdullah has been detained in Turkish jails for nearly 20 years contrary to the values and principles of humanity and injustice against the leader. The leader Ocalan, like the isolation imposed on the family of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) by the people of Quraysh, because Muhammad ((PBUH).) brought opinions, principles and values against the injustice and slavery in Quraysh at the time, and the leader also came with valuable ideas and principles for all humanity. He explained that the isolation imposed on the leader Ocalan is more severe than the isolation imposed on the family of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).
The isolation on leader Ocalan is intensifying day by day.
"The isolation of the Prophet's family did not last long, while the Turkish state imposes severe isolation on this leader and intensifies day by day," Sheikh Mohammed al-Qadri said.
Muhammad al-Qadri explained: "What guilt committed by the leader Ocalan to impose like this isolation, is his guilt that he demanded freedom and justice and that everyone gets his right."
Ocalan has revolutionized the mind with his noble values and high morals,
Sheikh Salah al-Din Ahmad Imam, preacher of Al-Nasr Mosque in Amoda district and the co-chair of the Council of Religious Scholars in the area explained that Islam emphasizes not forgetting righteous, especially community counselors who try to promote the values and principles of society and reject injustice and aggression against humanity. This line is the leader Ocalan, who revolutionized the mind and mind of society and all humanity with its noble values and high morals. "
Imam Salah al-Din Ahmad pointed out that someone like Leader Ocalan should not be behind bars; "Because the leader Ocalan called for the brotherhood of peoples, called for equality and justice.