In the fight between Iran and Party of Free Life of Kurdistan (PJAK) has killed two villagers two days ago; has killed tens of villagers in the last few months; and has forced more than 800 Iraqi Kurds to flee …Posted in Displacements, Iran, Iraq, Kurdistan, Protests, Reports | Comments Off on Iranian shelling kills civilians in Kurdistan
Monthly Archives: July 2011
Exhausted, enraged and hopeless Turkish youth seemed to be, shouldered with the Kurds in Istanbul demonstration on Thursday calling for the government to end the decades-old Kurdish problem that was for a long time ignored, and denied. “We are here …Posted in Discrimination, Kurdistan, Protests, Reports, Suppression, Turkey | Comments Off on Turkish youth protesting in support of the Kurds
Friday, 15 July 2011, the “Friday of the Free Prisoners” brought what some are describing as the largest demonstrations yet throughout Syria. Most poignantly, Damascus saw waves of protests and violence in one of the first significant weeks for the capital …Posted in Protests, Syria | Comments Off on Turmoil in Damascus: Kurdish Neighborhoods Join In Syrian Protests
8 July 2011: Another Friday in Syria has brought another wave of protests from Kurdish youth across Syrian Kurdish towns. Today’s protests were marked by expressions of solidarity with other Syrians and the waving of Kurdish banners alongside Syrian flags. …Posted in Protests, Syria | Comments Off on Friday of No Dialogue: Are Kurds Part of the Dialogue?
QIZLHASAR, Iran — Kamil Fethullahi a Kurdish civil activist from the suburb of Pawe who had been held in Qizlhasar Detention was killed under torture. Not long ago he was arrested in his accommodation in Tehran by a group of …Posted in Discrimination, Displacements, Executions, Human Rights Watch, Iran, Kurdistan, Reports, Terror, Torture | Comments Off on Iran killed a Kurdish activist under torture
As Syrian Kurdish youth continue to put their lives at risk by protesting en masse every Friday against the Syrian regime, Syrian Kurdish political parties have slowly begun to coalesce into a significant force against the regime. Although many Syrian …Posted in Protests, Syria | 1 Comment