To the press and the public
It is known that the brutal occupation war of the Turkish state and its gangs is directed against all peoples of Northern and Eastern Syria. Despite the ceasefire, attacks continue. In connection with these violent attacks, war crimes were committed in the name of Operation “Peace Spring” against civilians and children. The phosphorus used by Turkey as a weapon of war is a crime against humanity. The Turkish state does not respect international law in its brutal attacks. The war crimes of the Turkish state and its allied jihadists continue to pose a serious threat to humanity as a whole.
The leg wounded YPJ fighter Çiçek Kobanê is currently being held captive by the jihadist gangs allied with Turkey. This is a great threat to the life of the YPJ fighter Çiçek Kobanê and constitutes a violation of her human rights. The fact that human rights violations and war crimes are being committed was also seen by the recent ill-treatment of the body of YPJ fighter Amara Renas.
The execution of the co-chairmen of the Syrian Future Party, Hevrîn Xelef, took place before the eyes of the world. These dirty acts in the name of Operation Peace Spring cause much concern and anxiety to all peoples of Northern and Eastern Syria. Therefore, the international community must as soon as possible stop the war crimes committed by the Erdogan regime and its allied gangs and take all necessary measures to solve them. YPJ fighter Çiçek Kobanê must be freed immediately from the brutal gangs.
As women of Kongra Star, we therefore call on the public and all international forces to take the necessary decisions to prevent these dirty and cruel acts. We condemn the aggressive attacks of the Turkish state and demand persecution by an international war criminal court. We will never cease to defend the lives of all the people of this region and to work for the improvement of living conditions.
For these reasons we as Kongra Star call for all voices to be raised for the life of Çiçek Kobanê. We address our call and our voices to the public and all international institutions in the hope that they will stand up against these war crimes and inhumanities. We must continue our resistance, defend our dignity and condemn the massacres committed and the occupation to the highest degree.