Aldar Khalil: Ocalan's views, assessments aim at achieving a democratic revolution

Alder Khalil noted that Ocalan has been struggling for years to achieve a democratic, societal revolution among peoples, and put it all through the books and arguments he wrote. His assessments are not only interim views or assessments for a particular political stage, but they aim for a democratic revolution.

The lawyer of the Kurdish people's leader Ocalan have held several meetings with him recently after hunger strikes in Bakur Kurdistan and the prisons of the Turkish occupation and Başûr "South Kurdistan" and Europe led by the struggler Laila Guven, condemning the tight isolation on Ocalan. During the meetings, leader Ocalan focused on several points related to the situation in Syria and stressed on the need for human rights guarantees and democratic proposals in the region. He also expressed his readiness to contribute to the presentation of his visions to resolve the Syrian crisis if the appropriate circumstances were created for him. At another meeting with his lawyer, on 12 June, he noted that the foreign and internal policy of Turkey and Syria are linked and cannot be separated.

In a meeting with a member of the Executive Committee of the Democratic Society Movement, Aldar Khalil pointed out that the statements of Ocalan are the product of a philosophy based on a democratic revolution, "Mr. Ocalan has been struggling for years to achieve a democratic society among the peoples, and put it through his books and arguments. Ocalan's assessments are not only interim assessments or viewpoints for a particular political stage, but assessments and views for a democratic revolution."

Khalil pointed out that Kurdish leader Abdullah Ocalan said the beginning of the outbreak of the Syrian revolution in 2011, and the revolution of the peoples in the region that the crisis in the region is a major crisis, not a crisis of the state nor crisis of a particular regime neither a crisis of part of the regime for power, it is in essence a historical crisis which requires a historic solution.

He explained that the Syrian crisis is interrelated with the crises in the Middle East, and the crises of the Middle East, which are interrelated to world order, are based on the foundations of the capitalist system. "The global regime of oppression and genocide is not linked to the borders of only one country, especially in Kurdistan, where it cannot be separated because the crisis in Kurdistan is one and the same, and the regimes that control Kurdistan are fighting the will of the Kurdish people." he said.

The revolutions of the region followed the approach of existing authoritarian regimes

He explained that crises in the Middle East are one and their solution lies in overcoming the existing tyrannical regimes. "Why did not the crises of the peoples of Egypt, Tunisia, Libya and Algeria solve the crisis? They did not solve it because they wanted to solve the crisis in the same way that led them to it, (The capitalist system), and protected the boundaries between the society those regimes established, protecting the schism these regimes created among the peoples, did not evaluate the societal crises, therefore, it was in vain."

"As the revolution broke out in Syria, the Turkish government, headed by Erdogan, immediately extended its hand to the Syrian interior through the Muslim Brotherhood and some other groups, because Turkey realized," he said, "that the crisis in the Middle East is one; the Syrian crisis will affect the Turkish interior and the region; all the groups and councils formed in Turkey were under Erdogan's instructions, because Erdogan and the central government were aware that the events of the Syrian will directly affect Turkey, and Erdogan wants variables to be at his interest in Syria, making sure that no democratic system is established in Syria as well as denying the Kurdish people their rights.

Any development in Syria will reflect on Turkey

The leader of the Kurdish people Abdullah Ocalan explained in his last meeting with his lawyer during the meeting on June 12 that the foreign and internal policy of Turkey and Syria are linked. "The crisis in Syria is not the crisis of Damascus with a group, it is the product of a crisis in the region and the world, and in this way it shows itself. Turkey is part of this region, and any outcome of the crisis will affect Turkey and the region," he said. In the same context, as continued tyranny in Turkey will affect Syria as well, and any development in the Kurdish issue in Turkey will affect the Kurdish issue in Syria, and in Syria will also affect Turkey.

Khalil said: "In the resistance of Kobani, the people in Bakur of Kurdistan were ready to help, and supported the people of Kobani in all ways and means, why? Because at that time there was a stage of negotiations for peace, while during the Turkish aggression on Afrin the situation in Turkey was different, The strong isolation in Imrali (leader Ocalan), so Turkey was refusing to bring about any development in the regions of Rojva and northern and eastern Syria, and began a campaign of threats to the region.

The member of the Executive Committee of the Democratic Society Movement, Khalil noted that the fate of the peoples of the Middle East is interconnected, and Turkey is a major obstacle to any development in the region as a whole.



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