The Turkish occupation seeks to allow the lawyers to meet the leader of the Kurdish people Abdullah Ocalan to end the hunger strikes initiated by the parliamentarian Leyla Guven and thousands of Kurdish people in all parts of Kurdistan and various European countries.
On the objective of Turkey from this position, Hawar news agency (ANHA) held several meetings with politicians, who pointed out that Turkey fell into a quagmire and could not get out of it, and its ambition to restore the glories of the Ottoman Empire reached a deadlock.
Gurgin Hamza, the member of the Central Committee of the Kurdistan Progressive Democratic Party in Syria said, "This isolation imposed by the Turkish state on Abdullah Ocalan is only a historical hatred of the Turkish Turanian against the Kurdish people, so it is trying to control the whole region in an attempt to thwart any effort to resolve the Kurdish Cause."
He noted that these hunger strikers to lift the isolation of Ocalan would become an example in history because the strike was one of the methods of struggle against fascism, which would affect the world public opinion, and continued, "The Turkish state has fallen into a great swamp that it cannot get out from because their ambition was to regain the glories of the former Ottoman state, but it reached a dead end."
For his part, the political activist in the city of Serê Kanîyê
Mohammed Jazaa noted that the goal of the Turkish occupation from the arrest of Ocalan was to reduce the thought of the Kurdish people in the person of their leader, and continued by saying, "The Turkish state wanted to eliminate the Kurdish people through prisoning and imposing isolation on Ocalan."
He added, "Isolation itself in the concept of fascism means that they killed him, but the Turkish state can dry the sea, but cannot catch a fish. The isolation imposed on the leader Ocalan by the government of Justice and Development cannot limit the activity and struggle of the Kurdish people in all parts of Kurdistan."
The member of the Central Committee of the Kurdistan Democratic Party in Syria "Party" in the city of Serê Kanîyê, Shaukat Barzai, noted that these hunger strikers were steadfast in their revolution to achieve the desired goals because through the strike they sent a message that the Kurdish people loved fraternity and peace, and sought to freedom for themselves and others."