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Leyla Güven calls to an end of sacrifice actions: Revolutionaries should not die so easily

I left behind a season of resistance. Resistance continues and grows more and more. Although I took the first step, the breakthrough was the prison resistance. Our demand has spread all over the world. Now everyone knows that the Kurdish people do not accept a life in isolation. Our first priority is to keep our… Continue reading Leyla Güven calls to an end of sacrifice actions: Revolutionaries should not die so easily

Letters from Leyla

To the President of the European Parliament

Dear Mr Tajani, We are currently facing serious tremendous on the path towards democratization and normalization in Turkey, as was also made known in sessions held at the European Parliament. The most critical of these obstacles is the persistence of total isolation imposed on Mr Abdullah Öcalan held in Imrali Prison since April 5, 2015.… Continue reading To the President of the European Parliament

Letters from Leyla

To the European Committee for the Prevention of Torture and Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment (CPT)

Dear Dr, Mykola Gnatovskyy. As has been discussed at the meetings of the European Parliament and the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe in Strasbourg, we in Turkey face serious obstacles to democratisation and normalisation. The most critical of these obstacles is the isolation that Mr Abdullah Öcalan, who has played a central role… Continue reading To the European Committee for the Prevention of Torture and Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment (CPT)

Letters from Leyla

To the movement of free women (TJA)

Dear comrades, dear women, the Kurdish reality has been able to protect its existence against all denial, annihilation and cultural genocide policies. The heaviest and deepest rooted issue in Turkey’s society in the historic and current sense manifests itself as the Kurdish issue due to these policies. The occasional attempts to resolve the Kurdish issue… Continue reading To the movement of free women (TJA)