Jurists: Isolation imposed on Ocalan means continuation crisis in Middle East

The jurists have stressed of the continuation of the isolation on the Kurdish People's Leader Abdullah Ocalan, will complicate the search for solutions to the crises in the Middle East.

An intensive isolation has been imposed on the Kurdish People's Leader by Turkish occupation since 5 April 2015.

Ocalan was clear in his first visit to his lawyer in May after nearly eight years of the isolation, and considered that the conduct of several meetings does not mean the lifting of isolation.

Hawar news agency (ANHA) interviewed with the jurists in Afrin canton who are staying in al-Shahba canton.

The lawyer Gabriel Mustafa said the AKP deals with interests based on Ocalan, he added "They allow meetings with Ocalan when the political and social conditions inside Turkey are bad."

"Before the Turkish elections, the AKP government allowed Ocalan to visit," he said.

He stressed in his speech that all these practices by Turkey against the leader of the Kurdish people Abdullah Ocalan "contrary to all international laws and international courts."

For his part, the lawyer Ibrahim Sheikho said that the continued isolation on Abdullah Ocalan and preventing the meeting of human rights lawyers and lawyers "hinders the resolution of the crisis in Turkey, Syria and the Middle East as a whole, and we are all aware that the only solution to all these crises and wars in the region is Ocalan."

Ibrahim Sheikho noted that cutting off contacts and meetings with Emrali is “crises and wars throughout the Middle East and the world,” and called on all human rights, humanitarian and international actors to act immediately to lift the isolation from Ocalan.

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ANHA


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