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(en) Czech, AFED: Two years since the beginning of the Turkish occupation of Africa, Statement by the Committee for the Defense of the Revolution in Rojava [machine translation]

Date Sun, 26 Jan 2020 09:29:54 +0200

On Sunday, January 19, we commemorated the second anniversary of the Turkish invasion of the Syrian region of Africa, which is located in the west of the semi-autonomous region known as Rojava, in Prague's Žižkov district. In recent years, she has put into practice an unprecedented experiment of a bottom-up democratic society seeking, among other things, to liberate women and an environmentally friendly economy. ---- We protest against the indifference of the world in the face of the Turkish authoritarian and nationalist regime killing both the hope of developing a project of North Syrian self-government and women and men from the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF). The fact that Turkey is still our so-called ally within NATO is seen as the pinnacle of insolence and cynicism.

Since the beginning of the Turkish occupation in Africa, Islamist and mercenary militias have raged. According to the Rojava Information Center, the invasion of 543 civilians, 700 cases of torture and about 6,000 abductions or unlawful arrests were responsible for the invasion in early January. 3300 people are still missing. Up to 300,000 people in Africa fled Turkish soldiers and Turkey trained and paid jihadists. About 160,000 of them still survive in refugee camps in the Shehba region bordering Africa.

We express our solidarity with people suffering as a result of Turkish aggression, many of whom have lost relatives or homes, or have had to flee the region or the whole of Syria. In the long term, we demand that politicians stop shirking accountability and take action to impose sanctions against the Turkish regime. Until this happens, we will be complicit as a NATO member for the suffering of thousands of civilians and the systematic violation of international law.

Biji berxwedana Rojava!

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