In Kurdistan, which is one of the regions of the world where war and humanitarian crisis are at their most critical, the Turkish state continues its genocidal policies of violence, denial and assimilation. The Turkish government headed by Erdogan is implementing all kinds of state violence in Turkey/Bakur, Syria/Rojava and Iraq/Bashur under the pretext of the “fight against terrorism”. Continue reading “World public opinion declares no to the PKK ban!”
Connor Hayes speaks with Jan Fermon, lead solicitor in the case in which the Belgium Court of Cassation ruled the PKK is not a terrorist organisation, about the implications of the Belgian court ruling, the PKKs broader struggle for decriminalisation, and the future of resistance in the war on terror era.
Celebrating 27 November 1978
For the Kurdish people, today is the 41st anniversary of the founding of the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK). It was a landmark in Kurdish history because this was the first time there appeared a modern, secular movement for Kurdish freedom uniting the Kurdish workers in political struggle.