Saturday, 17 March , 2018


Worldwide Campaign: Freedom For Öcallan

Source: ALBA Movimientos The Dawn News / October 12, 2017 Crisis The Kurdish question is related to Iraq, Iran, Syria and particularly Turkey. It is one of...

Triple assassinat sans commanditaire apparent

par Jean-Paul Champseix Le titre de l’ouvrage pourrait être celui d’un roman, inspiré d’Edgar Poe. Pourtant, l’affaire est bien réelle et l’enquête qui est menée...

Israel and the establishment of an independed Kurdistan

Netanyahu: Israel Supports the Establishment of an Independent Kurdistan Netanyahu says that while Israel sees the Kurdish guerillas PKK as a terrorist organization, 'it supports...

The Kurdish Card

Trump to Arm Syrian Kurds, Even as Turkey Strongly Objects WASHINGTON — President Trump has approved a plan to provide Syrian Kurds with heavier weapons...

Turkey: Is another coup in the cards?

The same forces which "predicted" and encouraged the July coup in Turkey are again in action. Michael Rubin, a neoconservative activist, connected in the past with Turkish Kemalists, has posted an article in the website of the ultra-hawkish American Enterprise Institute titles "Is a new coup in the cards in Turkey". Rubin's "prophecies" may not ne just "prophecies". They constitute also an indirect, still clear threat. Rubin and the AEI are anything but innocent observers. The same author has already written about the possibility of a coup in Turkey in March 2016, encouraging the Turkish army to go on with it.

Ocalan, Turkey and PKK

"Be Serok jiyan nabe!" The well-worn Kurdish adage means "no life without our leader." It was crafted for Abdullah Ocalan, the imprisoned founder of the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK), which initially fought for independence then Kurdish self-rule inside Turkey, since 1984. The mantra has gained a new urgency after the botched July 15 coup. The rogue officers who were seeking to overthrow and kill Turkish

Turkish regime is enlarging sphere of persecutions

Speaking in the southeastern city of Diyarbakır, which has been repeatedly targeted by PKK terrorist attacks, Yıldırım said it is estimated that some 14,000 teachers serving in the region are somehow associated with terrorism.

The U.S.’s Syria policy rests on a treacherous fault line

Sadly, it’s a classic Middle East moment, when regional players’ mistrust of each other overwhelms their common interest in fighting the terrorist Islamic State. And, equally sadly, it’s a moment that illustrates the frailty of the United States’ Syrian policy, which has built its military plans on the treacherous fault line of Turkish-Kurdish enmity.

Spurning Washington’s appeals, Turkey vows to expand assault on US-backed Kurdish...

Since Turkey launched its invasion of Syria on August 24, mobilizing Syrian Sunni militia funded, armed and trained by the CIA, it has increasingly directed its firepower not against ISIS, but rather against the so-called Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), a Pentagon-backed formation dominated by the Kurdish People’s Protection Units (YPG).

Turkey – in the epicenter of tectonic shifts

Henry Kissinger reminds us that in international relations, states do not have permanent friends or enemies, only interests. That lesson reverberated Tuesday in St. Petersburg, where Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan let bygones be bygones with his "dear friend, the esteemed Vladimir" in an ironic (and somewhat excessive) display of diplomatic reconciliation.