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Peace mothers: we would fulfill our promise to Apo

ALEPPO- Mothers of peace in Aleppo city condemned the international conspiracy that targeted the Kurdish people leader Abdullah Ocelan, and they assured that they would continue struggling till Ocelan’s liberation would be achieved.

Among the series of the activities that demand the Kurdish people leader Abdullah Ocelan’s freedom, and that condemn the international conspiracy that regional states especially Turkey targeted the leader, mothers of peace condemned during a statement released to the international public opinion these states’ hostile practices against the Kurdish people.

Dozens of mothers of peace gathered in Aleppo city holding Kongra Star’s flags and the leader Ocelan’s pictures in front of Free Women Association for Training and Raising Awareness in the eastern part of Sheikh Maqsoud neighborhood. the statement was read by the administrative in Women Association for Training and Raising Awareness Siham al-Sheikh.

The statement included:

“In the name of mothers of peace in Aleppo, we strongly condemn and denounce the international conspiracy that targeted the Kurdish people leader that intended to take the leader out from Syria in October 9, 1998 because the leader’s thought and philosophy developed as he was working hard to solve the Kurdish cause peacefully basing on the policy that strives at fraternity of peoples and forms relations with the Arabic world including Syria.

The leader Abdullah Ocelan always strived at the democratic solution to fight the colonial policies, but ,unfortunately, they did not understand the leader’s policy of spreading peace in the Middle East, and this is the conspiracy that the colonial states especially the fascist Turkey agreed on.

We as mothers of peace would fulfill our promise to the leader, break the fences and walk vast spaces till the leader would be liberated because the leader’s freedom is ours”.

the statement ended by chanting the slogans that demand the leader’s freedom and condemn the Turkish state’s policies.

D.H

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