Öcalan Books Day kicks off in Geneva

The Öcalan Books Day kicked off in Geneva.

The reading day event, organized within the scope of the "Freedom for Abdullah Öcalan, solution to the Kurdish question" initiative launched globally on 10 October, was held at Boulevard Bookstore in Geneva.

The event was organized within the scope of the "Global Öcalan Books Day" declared on 10 December, and was promoted by the Serhildan Network, which continues its work in the city of Geneva and the Democratic Kurdish Community Center (CDK).

Serhildan Network activist Daniel Traub told ANF: "Abdullah Öcalan's book days  will be continued with various activities around the international campaign in the coming period."

Pointing out the absolute isolation of Abdullah Öcalan that has been maintained for nearly 3 years, Daniel Traub said: "With this campaign, we want to make all the people of the world hear about the philosophy that Abdullah Öcalan created around his ideas."

Traub said that they will continue to fight to end the isolation imposed on Öcalan and ensure that he meets with his family and lawyers. As the last stage, we want Öcalan to regain his freedom."

The days of reading Abdullah Öcalan's books will continue in the cities of Zurich, Bern and Bellinzona.