70 people go on hunger strike for Öcalan in Amude
People of Rojava continue their protests against the international conspiracy that led to the capture of Kurdish leader Abdullah Öcalan from Kenya to Turkey on 15 February 1999.
70 people have gone on one-day hunger strike in Amude district of the Qamishlo city to protest against the international conspiracy against Abdullah Öcalan.
The hunger strike action is taking place in a tent put up by the Topiz Town Council which condemned the international conspiracy that targeted Öcalan 21 years ago. The action is expected to be concluded tomorrow.
One of the residents partaking in the action said; “We will continue to follow the path of Leader Öcalan and to struggle for the freedom of the peoples in the Middle East. The Turkish state will not achieve the goal it pursued with the conspiracy.”