New evidence of chemical weapons and banned bombs used by the Turkish state
ANF presents to our readers 14 different images showing the Turkish state using banned bombs and chemical weapons in the guerrilla-held in Medya Defense Zones in southern Kurdistan (northern Iraq).
The Turkish state's invasion of Bashur Kurdistan by targeting Zap, Avaşîn and Metina in Medya Defense Zones has completed its sixth month.
The Turkish army could not break the guerrilla resistance and take the Resistance Areas under control. In order to achieve this, it committed thousands of war crimes by using banned bombs and chemical weapons, which are prohibited by international law.
Some of these war crimes have been documented by our news agency. However, many environmental institutions and groups that are responsible for preventing the use of chemical weapons remain silent. The Turkish army, on the other hand, continues to commit war crimes with the courage it gets from that silence.
In the images we publish, readers can see 3 separate explosions in Girê Cûdî Resistance Area on 3 July 2022, explosions in Girê Cûdî on 27 June, in Girê Cûdî on 15 June, and 2 separate explosions in Girê Cûdî on 21 June, on 24 June. There were 2 separate explosions on 2 July and explosions carried out by the Turkish army with tactical nuclear bombs and high-intensity explosives on 14 July. These are explosions that only cameras can record.
In addition, chemical gases used in Werxelê Resistance Area on 19 April, explosions on 13 May in Girê Hell Resistance Area and 21 June in Girê FM Resistance Area are also recorded.
As can be seen from the images, even cameras shooting miles away are shaken by the pressure created by the explosion.