Kurdish young activists take to the streets in Europe against isolation
Kurdish young activists took to the streets in Europe, opened stands to draw attention to the isolation imposed on Kurdish people's leader Abdullah Öcalan, and briefed the press on the situation in Kurdistan.
Demonstrations were held in Marseille, the suburb of Drancy in Paris, Bielefeld and Dortmund.
Young people in the city of Marseille opened an information stand as part of the "Werin Cenga Azadiye" campaign.
TCŞ and TekoJIN activists opened an information stand to promote the paradigm of Kurdish people's leader Abdullah Öcalan and to draw attention to the systematic and heavy isolation imposed on him.
At the stand, young people distributed brochures on Abdullah Öcalan's paradigm and the genocidal invasion attacks carried out by the Turkish state in Kurdistan.
In Drancy, a suburb of Paris, young people organized a march as part of the "Werin Cenga Azadiyê" campaign.
The march ended in a short rally in front of Drancy municipality.
The rally, which started with a minute’s silence, drew attention to the systematic and heavy isolation imposed on Kurdish people's leader Abdullah Öcalan. As part of the “Werin Cenga Azadiyê” campaign, activists called on all Kurdish youths to take to the streets.
JXK young women activists in Bielfeld, left dossiers to many media institutions about the genocide and invasion attacks carried out by the Turkish state against Kurdistan.
Attention was also drawn to the Turkish state's massacre of nature in Kurdistan.
Young people in the city of Dortmund organized an action on trains as part of the "Werin Cenga Azadiyê" campaign.
TCŞ activists drew attention to the genocidal invasion attacks of the fascist Turkish state against Kurdistan and the systematic and heavy isolation carried out on Kurdish people's leader Abdullah Öcalan.
Young people read a statement on the trains and denounced that the fascist Turkish state used chemical gas and bombs in Kurdistan.