Kurdish youth protest for Öcalan in Stuttgart

Demonstrations continue all around Europe to demand freedom for Kurdish leader Abdullah Öcalan.

Activists from Kurdish youth movements TEKO-JIN and TCŞ demonstrated in the German city of Stuttgart to demand freedom for Kurdish people’s leader Abdullah Öcalan.

Two groups of activists took action Wednesday evening under the motto “Stop Isolation, Fascism, Occupation, Together for Uprising”.

One of the groups unfurled banners on trains highlighting the demand of millions of people for Öcalan’s freedom.

The activists also read a statement on why they demand freedom for Öcalan and chanted slogans condemning the fascism of the Turkish state and genocidal attacks against the Kurdish people.

The activists also hanged banners across the city reading “Freedom for Öcalan”.

The demonstrators ended their action with a statement condemning the collaboration between the Turkish state and the KDP, the ruling party in Southern Kurdistan, Northern Iraq.

The activists called for strong participation in the march to be staged in Stuttgart on December 5 to demand freedom for Öcalan.