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(en) Czech, Afed: Break the silence - Report from the march against Turkish aggression in Afrn. [machine translation]

Date Tue, 10 Apr 2018 11:05:56 +0300

On Thursday, March 29, a large demonstration in support of the Kurds in Afghanistan, now occupied by the Turkish army, came out on the streets with the spring sun overhead. The "Break the Silence: The March Against the Turkish Aggression in Africa" action called the No Racism Initiative! It began at Republic Square, where about three hundred people gathered with the megaphones, musical instruments and flags of the Kurdish resistance group YPG. The event was also attended by anarchists and anarchists, and the Anarchist Federation issued the thematic number of the A3 wall paper the day before the event . ---- At the beginning, there were well-spoken speeches in three different languages, including the speech of the organizing group. The attendees also had the opportunity to send a letter to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic demanding condemnation of Turkish aggression in northern Syria, for the simple reason that the Czech Republic is in a military alliance with this aggressor. Afterwards, people gathered behind the "Solidarity with Rojava" transparency and set out on the streets of the center of Prague.

During several stops, participants were able to expressly outrage the indignation of the (left) party left-wing parties in the parliament, which made the issue of Turkish aggression in Af- rin not be on the agenda, thus silently expressing support for the occupying army and the Turkish autocrat Erdogan . In front of the People's House, the seat of the Social Democrats (CSSD), one of the party members of this party spontaneously spoke out, who said that the CSSD's people are condemning the Turkish military campaign against the Kurds on both sides of the Turkish border. Another stop was done near the seat of the KSCM, a party in whose ideological direction the intersections with the advanced left would be very difficult to find.

The protest march ended at Jungmann Square, where they spoke and thanked the representatives of the Kurds living in the Czech Republic for their support. The atmosphere at the event was very good despite being under the constant supervision of secret policemen. But no one was disturbed by their cameras, so the most important message could come to the world: Let international solidarity live!
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