European KBDH calls for participation in Berlin march

The European Women's United Revolutionary Movement (KBDH) called for participation in the march to be held in Berlin on January 15.

A written statement made by the European Women's United Revolutionary Movement (KBDH) called upon "all working women to participate in the march to be staged in Berlin on January 15 to commemorate comrades Rosa Luxemburg, Liebknecht and Lenin.”

“This call is for the vindication of revolutionary, patriotic women who were murdered by the fascist Turkish state while fighting for freedom in Turkey, Kurdistan and Europe.

This call is for the vindication of Roza Luxemburg, one of the communist women leaders who stated that the liberation of women could be realized through revolution and socialism and organized struggle.

It is to condemn the abduction and murder of Roza and others by the male-dominated, capitalist German state and to cry out for socialism and women's revolution.

It is to protest the murders of Kurdish revolutionary, communist and patriotic women who urged millions of women to 'become organized' against male domination.

It is to put an end to the murders of female guerrillas in South Kurdistan with chemical attacks and targeted attacks.

It is to put an end to the suffering of women and children under bombardment in Rojava, West Kurdistan, Syria.

It is to bring those responsible for the killings of Kurdish revolutionary women, Evin and Sakine, in the 1st and 2nd Paris massacres to account.

We call on all women's organizations in Germany and Europe to put pressure on European states and their imperialists.

In cooperation with the fascist Turkish state, European imperialists are turning a blind eye to massacres. Two demands should be brought forward. These include the closure of the Rojava and South Kurdistan airspace to the fascist Turkish state and an immediate ban on the Turkish use of chemical weapons.

On this basis, we call on all democratic, anti-fascist women and women's organizations that are fighting for women's freedom to take action and to show international solidarity."