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YJŞ: by Ocelan’s ideas virtue, YJŞ formed

NEWS DESK- Şengal Women Units (YJŞ) condemned the international conspiracy against the Kurdish people leader Abdullah Ocelan, and said that Women Units in Şengal and Şengal Resistance Units formation in addition to dismissing the fascist IS mercenaries from Şengal were by virtue of the leader’s Ideas.

Women Units in Şengal released a statement in coincidence with the 19th anniversary of the international conspiracy against the Kurdish people leader Abdullah Ocelan.

The statement talked about the conspiracy’s circumstances that targeted Ocelan as the conspiracy’s forces aimed at eliminating the people’s will of freedom. While the peoples’ will foiled these aims, and Ocelan’s ideas spread all over the Middle East and the world.

The statement added “the conspirators strived at silencing the voice of the Middle East’s people and imposing domination on people while the leader considered the period of Imrali prison as the third born and he created the democratic substitution in confronting the national state. The leader Apo is exposed to an intensified isolation in an attempt to keep the Middle East people away from the leader’s ideas and instructions. The isolation imposed on the leader is the continuation of the international conspiracy”.

YJŞ also said in their statement that Ocelan’s ideas stimulated the Yazidis to institute Women Units in Şengal and Şengal Resistance Units after the massacre committed by IS mercenaries that resulted in killing thousands of the Yazidi people.

The statement added “Ocelan’s philosophy about women’s freedom contributed in joining hundreds of the Yazidi women the resistance’s ranks, and held weapons against the occupying forces. They also continue struggling and sticking to the leader’s philosophy that stated that women’s freedom is the society’s freedom”.

YJŞ concluded condemning the international conspiracy that targeted Ocelan, and they promised to continue struggling till the leader’s freedom would be guaranteed.

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