Posters action for Sakine, Fidan and Leyla in the streets of Frankfurt

Women activists drew attention to the Paris Massacre by putting up posters on the streets of Frankfurt and changing the street names.

The Amara Women's Council and Women Defend Rojava Initiative in Frankfurt, demanded that the truth about the 9 January 2013 killings of the three Kurdish women revolutionary, Sakine Cansız, Fidan Doğan and Leyla Şaylemez, finally be told.

The activists put up posters and changed the names of dozens of streets in the city center of Frankfurt, renaming them after Leyla Şaylemez, Sakine Cansız and Fidan Doğan.

In addition, activists pointed out that there is no justice also because "France is guilty as long as justice remains in the dark".

Activists added that "if the state's secret is to acquit the murderers of the three female revolutionaries, we do not know this secret," and once again called out to the French state to "put an end to this shame and provide justice."