‘Freedom for Öcalan’ banner hanged on Eiffel Tower in Paris

Protests for the freedom of Abdullah Öcalan continue all around the world.

Young women and men from Kurdistan protested the isolation imposed on Kurdish People’s Leader Abdullah Öcalan in French capital Paris.

Demonstrators expressed their solidarity with the indefinite hunger strike resistance started by Leyla Güven and joined by 7 thousand prisoners in Turkey and dozens of activists in turkey, Kurdistan, Europe and beyond.

Protesters hanged two 7-meter long banners on the Eiffel Tower demanding “Freedom for Öcalan”.

The Kurdish youth they will continue their protests until the isolation of Öcalan is ended.