Category Archives: PKK

Important Syrian Update

by Daniel Mabsout The scheme in Syria is of escalation and partition and greater pressures over the Syrian government from neighboring countries  and greater pressures-  as well – over the allies of Syria in Lebanon , Iraq and Iran . … Continue reading

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PKK Leader Ocalan Calls for His Fighters to Lay down Arms

Local Editor  Jailed Kurdish rebel chief Abdullah Ocalan called Thursday for his fighters to lay down their arms and withdraw from Turkey. “We are at a stage where guns should be silenced,” Ocalan said in a letter written from his … Continue reading

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KURDISH WOMEN IN SYRIA FORM FIRST FEMALE BATTALION

Posted on February 23, 2013 by Libya 360° Syrian-Kurdish women stand guard during the funeral of a comrade. (AFP Photo / Giulio Petrocco)For the first time in Syria, 150 Kurdish women have set up a female-only battalion in the northern … Continue reading

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ANTI-US SENTIMENT ON THE RISE IN TURKEY

Posted on February 10, 2013 by Alexandra Valiente Anti U-S sentiment is on the rise in Turkey on multiple levels. In the public sphere, the Turkish residents are angry at what they call the U-S attempt to impose its hegemony … Continue reading

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‘Assad has much more staying power than I expected!’

“Al-Nusra’s willingness to militarily target the PKK will make it difficult to extricate the PKK from Kurdish-populated territories” ‘Assad has much more staying power than I expected!’ “… The Islamization of the Syrian opposition is giving the Kurdistan Workers Party … Continue reading

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Erdogan Pays for His Foreign Policy

Halil Karaveli November 12, 2012   Turkey’s prime minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan is used to prevailing over his foes. The once all-powerful Turkish generals who defied him now linger in prison. By all accounts, Erdogan is the most powerful leader … Continue reading

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At Root of Kurdish Hunger Strikes, Decades of Struggle

Kurds residing in Lebanon hold portraits of jailed Kurdistan Worker’s Party (PKK) leader Abdullah Ocalan, during a demonstration in Beirut on 9 September 2012 (AFP – Anwar Amro)   By: Emiko Jozuka Published Thursday, November 8, 2012   The current … Continue reading

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