Kurdish and international demands and calls are escalating within the framework of “Justice and Freedom for the Kurds” campaign, that aim to remove the name of PKK from “terror list”.
The International Initiative for Justice for the Kurds had announced a campaign to collect 4 million signatures to remove the name of PKK from “terror list”, joined by more than 1,000 global figures from 30 countries, and which is still ongoing.
In this context, Professor of International Law Anwar Al-Mushrif announced his joining to “Justice and Freedom for the Kurds” campaign.
This came in a statement to ANHA’ agency, in which Al-Mushrif said that the announcement of joining the campaign comes in light of their belief in what PKK has done in order to liberate Syria from ISIS terrorism.
He added, “PKK supported in the victory of Kobani resistance, as well as the resistance of the peoples in north and east Syria with all its components. The party fought and is still fighting the global terrorism represented by ISIS and its supporters, led by Turkey, in defense of the whole world.”
He considered putting party’s name on “terror list” as a political decision, behind which Turkish state and Muslim Brotherhood regime that governs Turkey.
At the conclusion of his speech, Anwar al-Mushrif indicated that matters have become clear regarding the supporters of terrorism, stressing that the attack on Al-Sina’a prison in Ghweran in Hasaka city, which contains the most dangerous ISIS prisoners, proved this, especially that those who attacked the prison came from areas occupied by Turkey in North and East Syria.