Protest against Shengal massacre in Bremen

Kurdish people and their friends are taking to the streets to mark the sixth anniversary of the ISIS massacre in Shengal.

A demonstration was organised in the German city of Bremen to protest at the 3 August 2014 genocide committed by ISIS against the Yazidi people in Shengal, Southern Kurdistan (Northern Iraq).

The demonstrators displayed photos of victims who were abducted by ISIS mercenaries six years ago and whose whereabouts still remain unknown.

Speakers highlighted the Kurdish people’s devotion to their martyrs who have sacrificed their lives for the achievements made up to date.

Speakers stated that the achievements of the Kurdish people, from the Rojava revolution to the developments in Northern Kurdistan, were made with the blood of martyrs, and called fort he struggle to be enhanced fort he protection of these achievements. They also put emphasis on the historic struggle ongoing in four parts of Kurdistan today and called on the Kurdish people and their friends in Europe to reclaim the spirit of this process.

The demonstration continued with the speeches of martyrs’ relatives and was concluded with the slogan “Şehid namirin” (Martyrs are immortal).