Baghdad government, KRG gave green light for launching Turkish attack from its lands

The spokeswoman for the Diplomatic Relations Committee for women in Rustam Judy camp in Mexmûr, south Kurdistan, Leyla Arzo Eylhan, said that KDP is colluding and cooperating with the Turkish occupation in launching its attacks on the region, noting that Turkey has received approval from KRG and Baghdad governments in Mexmûr and Şengal.

The reactions of the people and civil and political institutions in Rustum Judy camp are shown in Mexmûr, with regard to the attacks of the Turkish occupation on the camp, Şengal areas and the legitimate defense areas in south Kurdistan, in a manner that confirms the insistence on the resistance and denouncing the positions of the complicit powers cooperating with the Turkish occupation in launching its attacks.

While the people accuse the Kurdistan Democratic Party and KRG and Baghdad governments of agreeing to launch the Turkish occupation, a plane attack on Mexmûr camp and the areas of Şengal and legitimate defense, and pretend that they have no knowledge of anything!

'Attack aimed at imposing surrender on the people known for its resistance'

In this regard, the spokeswoman for the Diplomatic Relations Committee for women in Rustam Judy camp in Mexmûr, south Kurdistan, Leyla Arzo Eylhan, said during a statement to Hawar news agency ANHA " this attack is an attempt to impose surrender on the people known to resist since 26 years, especially in Mexmûr camp, and weakening his will to prevent it to demand its right."

KDP, Iraq Government, International Coalition agreed to attack

She said, that the KDP has never retreated from its complicity with the occupiers of Kurdistan, without forgetting to mention the incident that the Democratic Party killed two 60-year-old men in south Kurdistan in 1997 in conjunction with Turkey’s attacks on the region, handed their bodies over to Turkey to prove its loyalty to it and claimed that it had surrendered to it head of terrorists "at the time.

Layla added that the refugees in Rustam Judy camp did not accept the policy of eradication for 26 years, and they remained steadfast in the face of that policy to preserve their Kurdish identity, until they knew among the Kurdish people that they were a symbol of resistance in the face of the policy of eradication practiced by Turkey for more than a century.

It also noted that the people of Şengal faced 74 decree and they did not surrender or be defeated, especially after ISIS mercenary attacks on Şengal     and were able to preserve their identity thanks to the protection of the fighters of the Kurdistan Liberation Movement.

Layla stressed that what will fail the policy of fascism and its endeavor to eradicate and annihilate the Kurdish people is the Kurdish unity that must be achieved as soon as possible.

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ANHA


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