The Time Has Come: Delist the PKK – Baroness Christine Blower


Baroness Christine Blower, member of the House of Lords, supporter of Freedom for Ocalan Campaign and Patron of Peace in Kurdistan Campaign, reading the Open letter which Peace in Kurdistan sent to the Foreign Office calling for the de-listing of the PKK from the list of terrorist organisations.

The UK government should take an opportunity to help resolve the Kurdish question in Turkey. If there is to be a meaningful peace process European governments need to take a stand and reconsider the listing of the PKK.

The full text of the Open letter to the FCO can be read on PIK website – link: https://www.peaceinkurdistancampaign.com/open-letter-to-uk-foreign-secretary-on-de-listing-the-pkk/

Peace in Kurdistan – https://www.peaceinkurdistancampaign.com

Campaign Against Criminalising Communities (CAMPACC} – http://www.campacc.org.uk

Court of Last Resort in Brussels: Belgian Anti-Terror Law Not Applicable in PKK Proceedings PKK Is Party to a Conflict According to International Law

On March 8, proceedings ended before the Court of Last Resort in Brussels whose result is of great importance well beyond the borders of Belgium, particularly with regard to international law.

A look back: In 2010, a large squad of police was used to search legal Kurdish organizations and production sites of Kurdish television in Belgium and to arrest several representatives of the Kurdish National Congress (KNC). The investigations led to the levelling of charges by the prosecution against some 40 persons who were accused of collecting donations, propaganda, and recruitment for the PKK. In a second case, a Syrian Kurd was charged with having exported communication equipment to Erbil in Northern Iraq, equipment that the prosecution claimed was transferred further to the Kurdish HPG guerrilla. Continue reading “Court of Last Resort in Brussels: Belgian Anti-Terror Law Not Applicable in PKK Proceedings PKK Is Party to a Conflict According to International Law”

Solidarity Greetings on the PKK’s 40th Anniversary

PEACE IN KURDISTAN

Peace in Kurdistan declares its solidarity with the Kurdish people on the 40th anniversary of the foundation of the Kurdistan Workers’ Party. Over the past four decades the party has totally transformed the political landscape of Kurdistan and the Middle East region. The Kurds are now a political force that cannot be ignored. This is true in Turkey, in Rojava and everywhere where the Kurds exist.

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