Aisha Hasso: isolating the leader is a kind of Turkish state's war against Kurdish people

The co-chair of the Democratic Union Party, Aisha Hasso, said, "The isolation that Turkey imposes on the leader Abdullah Ocalan is one of the types of wars waged by the Turkish state against the Kurdish people in all parts of Kurdistan," and stressed that Turkey knows very well that the solution lies in Imrali.

The violations of the Turkish occupation against the Kurdish people continue to coincide with a clear international disregard for all the abuses committed by Turkey against the Kurds, which all violate international laws and norms.

The international injustice in the form of silence about what is happening in Afrin, Serekaniye and Haftaneen, and the inhuman isolation it is doing on the leader Abdullah Ocalan, not to mention the demographic change that Turkey is pursuing as a policy of war against the Kurdish people, despite the fact that such actions fall under war crimes, in hidden closures that contain international covenants for the protection of human rights.

Extermination policy!

The co-chair of the Democratic Union Party, Aisha Hasso, says, "The war waged by Turkey against the Kurdish people continues at all levels, and isolation on the leader is a type of reckless war against our people."

She added, "Turkey knows very well that the solution lies in Imrali, and that the leader is the only one who can put in place the law under which coexistence is possible, but the totalitarian policy and the policy of exclusivity of government and annihilation of the other is part of the Turkish regime, and this is what drives it to wage wars against the Kurdish people." ".

The actions of the Turkish government in the region among the politicians are considered "reckless", but once it is combined with international silence, it is an agreed policy, and a firm drawing court, especially the international partnership through a hideous silence about its crimes against the Kurdish people. This silence that indicates something is indicative. An implicit agreement for a new ethnic genocide in the region, similar to what happened with the Armenians at the hands of the Ottomans.

Aisha Hasso believes that "among the wars that Turkey is now pursuing is dividing the people, their administration and their leadership, and it is a policy of extermination that it pursues throughout Kurdistan at all levels."

She explained, "The campaign that Turkey is waging against the Kurdish people is not hidden from anyone. There is a systematic killing that it is following in Haftanin, northern and eastern Syria, and its attempts are still continuing in its threats against our regions, and all this we see in international silence, in addition to the silence of the Southern Kurdistan Regional Government, especially in the recent visit of President Nechirvan Barzani to Turkey. "

Aisha Hasso confirmed that "this visit proves that the Southern Kurdistan Regional Government has not shown a clear position regarding the genocidal attacks on the Kurdish people, under flimsy pretexts, and the silence of the Kurdistan Regional Government gives legitimacy to these attacks."

Turkey does not want a solution!

The co-chair of the Democratic Union Party, Aisha Hasso, called on the Kurdish parties and political figures to show their positions and acknowledge that Turkey took its decision to exterminate the Kurds, and stressed the need for everyone to realize this.

Aisha added, "These violations are completely linked to the isolation imposed on the leader Abdullah Ocalan, as well as the attack on northern and eastern Syria from time to time and the attack on Haftanin, all of these matters are within one policy, but with different patterns."

At the end of her speech, Aisha Hassou confirmed that "the leader Abdullah Ocalan proposed a political solution to the Kurdish issue, and Turkey does not want a solution and does not aim for it with any of its comprehensive policies that it is practicing in the region."

The Turkish authorities continue to impose isolation on the leader Abdullah Ocalan in Imrali Island prison, as the authorities refuse requests from his family and his lawyer to meet him, in addition to other arbitrary measures in the prison system on the island.

The issue of imposing isolation on Ocalan attracts the attention of the street in the regions of north and east Syria, as the people of the region refuse isolation, and events are organized almost daily, calling for its end and his release.



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