Kurdish unity is an urgent need to confront anti-Kurdish policies

Political activist Abeer Hassaf confirmed that the security, political and military situation of the anti-Kurdish regimes in the region forces the Kurdish parties to review their positions and policies, leave their partisan interests aside, and work to build their unity.

Kurdish unity is an urgent need to confront anti-Kurdish policies
20 March 2024   05:58
QAMISHLO
KHALED ATTA

Political activist and member of the Kurdistan National Congress KNK, Abeer Hassaf, believes that the security, political and military situation that the world, the region and Kurdistan in particular are going through, and the political events and anti-Kurdish movements by the dominant regimes, force the Kurdish parties to review their positions and policies.

Abeer Hassaf explained: “The intensity of oppression and injustice continues against the Kurds. In Bakur Kurdistan, the Turkish regime is pursuing hostile policies by arresting thousands of Kurdish politicians and activists and throwing them in prisons. In Rojava, it continues its attacks and occupies cities such as Afrin, Serê Kaniyê, and Girê Spi, in which it follows policies of demographic change and displacement.” In Başûr, it is trying through its plans, with the participation of several parties in the country, to occupy other areas of Başûr Kurdistan, and in Rojhilat, the Iranian regime continues its hostile policy of executing Kurdish young men and women on a daily basis.

She added, "All these facts, facts, and policies force us to reconsider our relations as Kurdish political parties, and to bring the Kurdish house together in Kurdistan and Rojava in particular."

Regarding the importance and necessity of Kurdish national unity, she explained: “The anti-Kurdish policy must be evaluated within the one Kurdish house, and we must decide in the midst of this situation what is required and how to stand firm, and what policy must be followed. Therefore, we, the Kurdish parties, must follow the policy of meeting and discussing the lines and points.” The mission is for our people, and to build our political unity in the face of the plans and conspiracies being hatched against us.”

Member of the Kurdistan National Congress KNK, Abeer Hasaf, said: “At a time when our enemies are uniting against us, we as Kurds must also unite our ranks and leave narrow partisan interests aside, and discuss visions, differences, and viewpoints later. National unity must be on the agendas of all Kurdish parties to protect our existence as a people, and protect the gains that have been achieved.”

On March 16, the political parties, cultural and literary institutions and organizations organized a meeting to discuss the unity of the Kurdish ranks in order to reach a common formula and vision for resolving the Kurdish issue, and stressed the necessity of unifying the ranks to confront the challenges facing the Kurds at the current stage.

T/ Satt.

ANHA