Women protest Turkish invasion in Paris
Worldwide solidarity with the people of Rojava resisting Turkish invasion.
Activists of the Kurdish Women’s Movement in France (TJK-E) held a demonstration at the Trocadéro Square in Paris, France in protest at Turkish invasion of North and East Syria and violence against women.
“Defend Rojava” read the banner unfurled by the members of the Paris Villiers Le Bel and Drancy Women’s Council in front of the Eiffel Tower. Displaying the photos of Kurdish female politician Havrin Khalaf who was murdered by Turkey’s mercenaries in October, and flags of the YPG/YPJ, the activists denounced violence against women and Turkish genocidal campaign seeking to invade North and East Syria.
Giving the message “Rojava revolution is women’s revolution” and “Women defend Rojava”, the activists distributed leaflets on the Turkish state’s genocidal attacks.
The activists called for strong participation in the protest march against violence against women that will be held at the Opera Square in Paris at 14:00 Saturday afternoon.