Qamishlo women stressed the need to meet the Kurdish parties and political organizations to the appeal of the Kurdistan National Conference urgent, which was launched after an extraordinary meeting on 27 July in the Belgian capital of Brussels, to discuss the Turkish occupation attacks on the territories of Kurdistan and reach a common vision and position against the Turkish occupation of Kurdistan.
Gulstan Ali Asaad explained that the Kurdish people support the call of the Kurdistan National Conference, said: "Kurdistan and Kurdish parties must unite to stand in the face Turkish attacks' threats aimed at exterminating the Kurdish people in the four parts of Kurdistan."
We must not forget what happened in Halabja, al- Anfal and Şengal
She stressed the need to preserve and protect the gains achieved by virtue of the sacrifices of thousands of martyrs, both in Rojava and Başûr Kurdistan, and said: "We must unite and not forget what happened in Halabja, Anfal and the massacre that took place in Şengal province by the occupying regimes of Kurdistan and ISIS mercenaries by planning Turkey".
She explained that the Turkish occupation is now launching attacks on the areas of Başûr Kurdistan and killing innocent children and women, and said: "We hope all Kurds to return to their senses and pay attention to the interest of the Kurdish people and unite the Kurdish house in the face of any aggression against any part of Kurdistan. "
Hanifa Hassan, the mother of the martyr Hanak, who was martyred during the SDF campaigns against ISIS mercenaries, criticized the Kurdish parties and organizations seeking their interests and marginalizing the Kurdish public interest. She said: "The Kurdish people are going through difficult circumstances and the Kurdish parties and organizations to unite their ranks, to prevent another catastrophe and burn the hearts of mothers again."
She pointed out that the Turkish state does not discrimination between the Kurds wherever they are, and pointed out: "Therefore we must be vigilant and cautious from the Turkish tricks, and not extend a helping hand, and the KRG should review itself, because the Turkish state targets the Kurdish presence and not personalities or party appointed. "