Stuttgart, Kiel and Moers marched in support of Rojava
The invasion and genocide attacks of the Turkish state against North East Syria were protested in Stuttgart, Kiel and Moers.
The invasion and genocide attacks of the Turkish state against North East Syria continue to be protested in dozens of European cities.
In Stuttgart, Kurds and their friends joined a demonstration promoted by Defend Rojava Platform in Kobanê Square.
A statement read at the action reminded that many people were massacred and displaced during the occupation attacks in Rojava which have been going on for a month.
A group of Peruvian women also joined the action bringing their message of solidarity.
A demonstration was held in Kiel with the participation of Kurds, MLCP, German activists, Die Linke, Alevi community and the representatives of many institutions.
Activists carried YPG and YPJ flags and photographs of Andok Cotkar, the YPG international fighter who fell martyr in Serêkaniyê.
Stating that the Germans will always stand by the Kurdish people's struggle, the representative of Die Linke said that Konstantin-Andok Cotkar joined the YPG because he did not accept injustice.
In Moers, a rally was held in front of the main station and saw the participation of hundreds of people.
Activists condemned the Turkish state occupation and genocide attacks and called on everyone to support the people of Rojava.