The Kurdistan Democratic Party (PDK) in Southern Kurdistan is tightening on journalists. The photojournalist, Kahraman Shukri, was arrested at his home without any judicial warrant.
A decision was passed by the Turkish authorities today to arrest Aisha Gokhan, spokeswoman for the Free Women's Movement, the TJA, after being charged by the Turkish Public Prosecution with ''leading an outlawed body''.
The Yazidi Freedom and Democracy Party called on the Iraqi government to reject the Turkish threats to launch aggression on Şengal district, and confirmed through a statement that Şengal is not for sale and political bargaining.
The Head of the Kurdish Working Group for Human Rights in South Africa (KHRAG) said that they will struggle for the leader Abdullah Ocalan as they previously struggled for their freedom and the freedom of Nelson Mandela. He added: "Mr. Ocalan's situation is more dangerous than Mandela's, and everyone should act and put pressure on Turkey to secure his release."
Co-chairmanship of the Kurdistan Communities Union, the KCK, offered condolences to Commander In Chief of SDF and to Evin Koy on the occasion of the deaths of their mothers.
Fifteen Kurdish parliamentarians criticized the repeated abuses, on state television, of non-Persian nationalities in Iran, and one of the parliamentarians said that the Kurds are the oldest in Iran and they are an indigenous people.
The Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) bloc in the Iraqi parliament called on the government of Başûr Kurdistan, (north of Iraq inhabited by the Kurds) to hand over the agreed quantities of oil to the federal government to solve the problem of the unpaid salaries, and also called on the federal government to fulfill its obligations.
The General Command of the People's Defense Center revealed the outcome of the operations carried out by Guerrilla during 2020, and indicated that it had eliminated 1,005 Turkish soldiers, including nine high-ranking military officers.
The information received about Turkish plans to send Syrian mercenaries to Başûr (southern Kurdistan) raises fears that Turkey is seeking to stir up sectarian and ethnic strife and seditions in the region, and observers indicate to Turkish plans to build a state for mercenaries and their families on the northern border strip of Iraq and Syria.
The Kurdish Action Group in South Africa (KHRAG) and the Federation of Trade Unions in South Africa (COSATU) launched a campaign entitled “Freedom for Leader Abdullah Ocalan for Equal Peace in Turkey,” and called on the United Nations to take immediate action to release Ocalan.
The Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) has driven into wedge in the Kurdish body, as the residents of Mexmûr camp, which has been under siege for more than a year and half by the KDP. They IDPs are not surprised of new attacks on the camp, calling on the people and all political and cultural forces, academics and Kurdish intellectuals to confront it.