KNK member: Kurds must unite in confrontation Turkish occupation

Kurdistan National Conference's member Sinan Ahmed has criticized, the silence of KRG and its leaders towards the Turkish's attacks on Başûr Kurdistan, and said "The Turkish occupation was neither a friend nor an ally of the Kurdish people," he said. He called on the Kurdish political parties in Rojava to join the initiative of the conference and protect the gains of the region.

The Turkish occupation army has launched aggressive attacks since 27 May on the areas of Başûr Kurdistan, targeting the villages and populated areas, amid silence by the Kurdistan Regional Government and the federal government in Iraq, and also called the Turkish occupation threats from time to time by invading the regions of north and east and Syria and now mobilized troops in outskirt of Tel-Abyed city on the border

The attacks and threats of the Turkish occupation are being denounced in daily basis by the national forces and parties, but some Kurdish forces are still remained silent on the practices and violations of the Turkish occupation, led by the Kurdistan Regional Government and the Kurdistan Democratic Party - Iraq, and some political blocs in Rojava.

The Turkish occupation was neither a friend nor an ally of the Kurdish people

He pointed out that successive Turkish governments since the establishment of the Turkish Republic and now hostile to the Kurdish people. He said: "If the Kurds set a tent in South Africa will come Turkey and destroy it, because it does not accept the presence of the Kurdish people wherever it is, and Turkey is not only a threat to the people of Rojava, but is an enemy of the Kurdish people in all four parts of Kurdistan. "

Sinan Ahmed said: "We must stand against the Turkish occupation by all means."

In a related context, Sheikh Sinan Ahmed denounced the recent Turkish threats against the regions of north and east of Syria, and stressed the need to support the Kurdish political parties to the initiative of Kurdistan National Conference, which aims to unite the Kurdish row.

On 1 January, the Kurdistan National Conference launched an initiative to unify the Kurdish ranks in Rojava, under which a series of meetings with political parties, blocs and organizations took place, where 28 parties have joined to the initiative that issued draft political document consisting of 25 items that will be unveiled later.

He called on the Kurdish political parties that have not yet joined under the umbrella of the Kurdistan National Conference to support the initiative of the conference to unite the Kurdish row, and said: "The fact that the Kurds in the stage of presence and non-existence."

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ANHA


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