Peoples' Defence Forces clarified that chemical weapons were used by the Turkish State in the Siyane Camp in the latest onslaught on Mount Gara, adding '' due to outlawed chemical weapons usage, the area is inaccessible''.
Iran said on Tuesday that it opposes any actions that harm the security of Iraq, and denied that some Iraqi officials have indicated its links to an unknown group that has claimed responsibility for the attack on Hewler International Airport.
''the Arab initiative for the freedom of Abdullah Ocalan'', was launched by a group of Egyptian and Arab intellectuals in Cairo, that was highly appreciated by the legal office advocating leader Ocalan stating : it is vital on the course of Mr. Ocalan freedom, and a noble step for coexistence.
Emerging information from the region signify that Turkish Occupation Forces unleashed chemicals weapons on the prisoners of war camp in Siyane on Mount Gara.
United States Secretary of State Anthony Blinken expressed his country's anger at the missile attack on Hewler Airport. The United Nations representative in Iraq condemned the attacks and called for protecting Iraq from external rivalries.
Kamiran Barwari said that the occupation of Gara was part of an expanded plan including Southern Kurdistan (Başûr) on 4 stages.
The legal Office of al-Asr said that democracy cannot be prevailed without ending the isolation system in Imrali prison.
Emerging information from the area signify that fighter jets of the Turkish Occupation Army are shelling right now the Gara Mountains in Southern Kurdistan.
The co-chair of the Lawyers Union in Jazira region Khadija Ibrahim said that killing of the captured Turkish soldiers in Garê by the Turkish state was deliberate, and added: “The laws of Rome, as well as human rights laws and the laws of Geneva consider prisoners of war as civilians, so the attack of the Turkish state is a massacre of civilians; therefore, the Turkish state must be held accountable before international courts for killing 13 people.
A Yazidi politician said that Turkey tries to export its economic crisis and internal problems, through a military operation on Şengal, stressing that it “seeks to lead a new genocidal against the Yazidis,” he warned of “a humanitarian catastrophe and a new genocide against the Yazidis, if Turkey goes in Şengal.”
The Kurdistan Communities Union (KCK) said, "This hard blow that the Turkish army received in Garê, is the same severe blow of Zab in 2008, which exposed the reality of the Turkish state."