KOM-MED: In Paris to demand justice for Sakine, Fidan and Leyla
KON-MED called on people to join the march to be held in Paris on Saturday 11 January to demand justice for Sakine, Fidan and Leyla.
The Confederation of Kurdistan Communities in Germany (KON-MED) issued a written statement about the march to be held in Paris on 11 January.
The statement said: "This is the 7th anniversary of the murder known as the Paris Massacre and whose perpetrators are well-known. This massacre was carried out in order to intimidate all Kurdish women represented by Sakine Cansız. However, contrary to what the authors of the massacre thought, Kurdish people and women in particular are now more determined. This massacre did not scare Kurdish women."
Recalling the committment and determination of the three Kurdish activists murdered in Paris on 9 January 2013, Sara, Rojbin and Ronahi, (Sakine Cansız, Fidan Doğan and Leyla Şaylemez) KOM-MED said they have become "icons for the Kurdish people".
KOM-MED condemned the French judiciary for not carrying out its duty and persecuting the authors of the massacre, the fascist Turkish state and the regime of dictator Erdoğan."
KON-MED reiterated its call on people to join the march to be held in Paris on 11 January.