** Kurdish Heyva Sor provides humanitarian assistance where it is most needed:
Öcalan’s freedom is not only a key demand of millions of Kurds. Together with the release of the other political prisoners, it is a necessary step on the way to peace. Öcalan is recognised by all sides as the key person for a real process. He has put a peaceful solution on the Kurdish people’s agenda. His “Road Map” is the only comprehensive peace plan on the table so far. He has to be Free and able to communicate with all parties concerned.
We call on You to attend this demonstration for the sake of our Kurdish movement and our leader Öcalan.
DATE: 30TH JULY
PLACE: EDMONTON ANGEL CORNER
July 27 2016: ANF: Search and rescue works at the scene of the Qamishlo attack
More than 50 people died and many others were wounded in today’s truck bomb attack in Rojava’s Qamishlo city.
Cizîr Canton Interior Council Co-President Kenan Bereket who spoke to Ronahi TV on the deadly truck bomb attack that hit the Qamishlo city this morning said that more than 50 people lost their lives and many others were wounded. Continue reading “Bombing in Qamishlo”
Jeremy Corbyn: concerned about Kurdish issues for years. This was taken in Spring 2015 at Newroz, in London, before all the fuss about his excellent Leadership of the Labour Party
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Action around the UK remembering the determination of the Kurds to protect Kobane with little help from the outside world, when the people were under sustained attack by ISIS.
A Call for an International Solidarity Day with Kobane 1 November 2015 Continue reading “Remembering Kobane 30 October 2016”
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Aiden Aslin is accused of joining the YPG, one of the Kurdish forces that has had great victories fighting against ISIS. He has been on bail since February and is expecting a hearing on whether he will be charged or not on the 20th of July. The bail conditions severely impede Aiden’s life. Continue reading “Stand up for Aiden Aslin on 20 July 2016”
Leicester Kurdish Solidarity Campaign
What does this have to do with you? If attacks on the Kurds stopped, the Middle East would settle down, people could rebuild their lives and the world will be a better place to live – for everyone.
Syria: Syria is disintegrating but Kurds are successfully defending their area in the north – Rojava – from attacks by ISIS with minimal help from the outside. They also have a remarkable setup that is based on democracy and this protects Kurds and others in the area and maintains a working society in the midst of this terrible war. Continue reading “Leicester Kurdish Solidarity Campaign leaflet”