Civil disobedience action for Rojava at Stuttgart airport

Protests against the Turkish genocidal campaign seeking to invade North and East Syria continue growing all around the world.

A group of activists formed a human chain at the counters of Pegasus and Turkish Airlines at the Stuttgart airport in protest at the Turkish war of aggression in Rojava. demonstrators held up banners against the illegal invasion, read a statement and handed out leaflets. The check-in at the counter was disturbed by the blockade.

In response to the police trying to push the group away, the activists chanted the slogans "Turkish occupiers out of Kurdistan", "Germany finances, Turkey bombs" and "Long live international solidarity".

Turkish Airlines is a sub-state airline and closely linked to the AKP regime. A large part of its workforce shows its sympathy with the policies of the head of the Turkish regime Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and the war of aggression against Rojava with excessively displayed military greetings and corresponding pictures on social networks. Dozens of similar actions against Turkish Airlines have taken place worldwide in recent weeks.