After the Turkish occupation of Afrin, demographic change, and the resettlement of mercenaries' families, the Turkish occupation began building the partition wall in Afrin with the aim of separating it from Syria, which sparked political and social reactions against Turkish policies.
Lawyer Akram Sadiq said that the Ottoman Empire was founded and expanded by force, blood and violations at the expense of peoples and nationalities, pointing out that the Kurdish people have been subjected to policies of marginalization repression and oppression throughout its history.
"The Kurdish people have been oppressed by the chauvinist regimes throughout history, and they have maintained their existence through their political organizations, with the beginning of the so-called Arab Spring, revolutions against the fascist regimes, as well as the revolution of Rojava led by the Kurdish people with a popular base, the Turkish occupation was quick to interfere in Syrian affairs and support mercenary groups to abort the Syrian revolution."
The Turkish occupation of the city of Afrin came with political, regional and international consensus, and on this basis Turkey intervened to occupy Afrin with the aim of separating it from Syria. He added that "the Turkish occupation of Afrin is not legitimate and legal according to international laws and charters and no state has the right to occupy the lands of neighboring countries, pointing out that the goal and objectives of Turkey and in agreement with regional countries is to eliminate the existence of the Kurdish people and entity.
He also stressed that the construction of the separation wall is not legal and Turkey aims by it to protect its presence in Syria after its mercenaries' loss, which is a geographical division of Syria.
DAA project to ensure the solution of the Syrian crisis
Sadiq also discussed the efforts to resolve the Syrian crisis. He said that the project of the Democratic Autonomous Administration under any name was to ensure the solution of the Syrian crisis and under the flag of the Syrian Republic, and this is not considered a division but rather the consolidation and unification of the geographical reality in Syria. "He said.
Sadiq noted that the Kurdish people have demanded their rights in the constitution, "The truth is that Turkish entry into Syria and Afrin occupation and the construction of the separation wall is a separation, and according to the norms and international and political laws and the ethics of the communities are unacceptable practices and violations of the occupation Turkish."
Lawyer Akram Sadiq appealed at the end of his speech to arrange and unite the Kurdish house "because the occupant and dominant countries of Kurdistan since history tried by various means to eliminate the Kurdish entity and its presence on its historical land, so they must unite their ranks to serve the cause of their people, because the unified Kurdish discourse will echo in international forums."