Bakr Hajj Issa: Kurdish parties in south Kurdistan must unite before the Turkish invasion

Bakr Haj Issa, the official of the diplomatic relations office of the Democratic Union Party in the Euphrates region, said, "When the Turkish occupation faces failure to solve internal crises, it resorts to exporting these crises abroad," stressing the need for Kurdish parties in the south to unite Kurdistan with the Kurdish liberation movement to prevent the annihilation of the Kurdish people.

The Turkish occupation army continues its military attacks on areas of southern Kurdistan, northern and eastern Syria from time to time, while turning a blind eye to the growth of extremist and pro-Al-Qaeda forces among its mercenaries in Syria and Libya, the countries that Turkey has turned into an arena where it shares interests with NATO and some of the countries that play in The region is like Russia, and some countries are in the European Union.

At a time when the world is striving to stop all forms of fighting in Syria, Iraq, Yemen and Libya, Turkey is plunging its mercenaries into wars in which they have neither a camel nor camel, in order to pressure countries in the region to obtain political, geographical or economic gains, as happened when a city was emptied Aleppo is one of its industrial factories, and Afrin's wealth was stolen through a bunch of mercenaries.

The goal is to exterminate the Kurds

In this context, Bakr Haj Issa, the official in the diplomatic relations office of the Democratic Union Party in the Euphrates region, said, "The Turkish occupation is exporting its political and economic crises abroad, in order to deceive its people with media propaganda showing its victory."

He added, "It is not the first time that the Turkish occupation has exported its crises abroad, by attacking the Kurdish people in Haftanin and other Kurdish areas."

He stressed that "the Turkish occupation wants to exterminate the Kurdish people as it did with the Armenian people, so what happened in Afrin was apparent to all, the barbaric invasion that resulted in the displacement of thousands, and the goal was to break the people's will and obliterate their cultural identity as is happening now in Haftanin, which is one policy at a different time." ".

At a time when the Kurdish political arena is witnessing a kind of rapprochement following the negotiations initiated by the General Command of the Syrian Democratic Forces to resolve the dispute between the Kurdish political parties in Rojava, the Kurdistan Regional Presidency seeks to consolidate diplomatic relations with the Turkish government, which rejects any form of Kurdish-Kurdish rapprochement. And hostile to the Kurdish presence wherever it is.

Political parties must stand together in front of the Turkish invasion

Bakr Haj Issa said, "Those who are attacked by Turkey in Haftanin are people searching for human values, raising the voice of freedom and democracy, and protecting societies from extinction."

And he added, "The goal is not to eliminate a specific party, but rather to eliminate the Kurdish people, because they openly declared it more than once and said if a Kurdish tent had been set up in Africa, our bodies would feel shuddered."

Adding that "the resistance that was shown in Hafantin broke all these Turkish policies, and now the Kurdish people are on the streets to cast their rejection of these inhuman Turkish attacks, because Hafatnin represents the will of the people and the will of all humanity."

At the end of his speech, the official of the diplomatic relations office of the Democratic Union Party in the Euphrates region, Bakr Haj Issa, appealed to the Kurdish political forces in southern Kurdistan, saying, “All national political forces in southern Kurdistan should stand together in front of the Turkish invasion and unite with the Kurdish people because these attacks are aimed at extermination of the Kurdish people. "



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