Panel: The PKK-YPG in Syria


  • Date : 14/02/2018
  • Saat : 14:30 : 16:30
  • Yer : SETA İstanbul
  • End  : 14/02/2018
  • Adres : Defterdar Mah. Savaklar Caddesi. No:41-43

  • Moderator : Enes Bayraklı, SETA
  • Speakers :Kyle Orton

    Eva Savelsberg, President of the European Center for Kurdish Studies

    Siamend Hajo, President of The Kurdish Future Movement of Syria

    Can Acun, SETA

PYD:The only organization that is allowed to commit human rights violations without being criticized

Eva Savelsberg says PYD/PKK is the only organization that is allowed to commit human rights violations without being criticized.

Eva Savelsberg: The truth behind the female guerilla fighters of the PYD

Eva Savelsberg: The truth behind the female guerilla fighters of the PYD.
PYD/PKK wants to appear as a modern, progressive and democratic organization.
This is the truth behind the female guerilla fighters of the PYD.

Eva Savelsberg says Kurdish people are forced to vote for the PYD/PKK

Eva Savelsberg: 50 Percent of the PYD fighters are born in Turkey

Why do Western countries ignore violent acts committed by PYD/PKK?

Eva Savelsberg, Chairperson of the European Center for Kurdish Affairs,
explains why Western countries ignore violent acts committed by PYD/PKK.

PYD ist nicht die einzige Macht in der Region: 620.000 Unterschrifte für Kurdischen Nationalrat

Siamend Hajo: Es gibt auch andere starken politischen Parteien im Norden Syriens: 620.000 Unterschrifte für Kurdischen Nationalrat

Siamend Hajo: PYD instrumentalisert syrische Kurden für ihre Zwecke

Siamend Hajo: PYD instrumentalisert syrische Kurden für ihre Zwecke.
PYD vertritt nicht die die syrischen Kurden. Sie bekommt Befehle aus Kandil.
Die syrischen Kurden wurden von dem Syrischen Regime unterdrückt nicht von der türkischen Regierung.

Siamend Hajo: Syrische Kurden sollen beweisen das sie keine Gefahr für die Türkei sind

Siamend Hajo: Syrische Kurden sollen beweisen das sie keine Gefahr für die Türkei sind
Syrische Kurden sollen beweisen das sie keine Gefahr für die Türkei sind. Syriesche Kurden sollen nicht als politische Gegner der Türkei handeln.
Warum kooparieren die Amerikaner mit PYD?
PYD war die einzige kurdische Organisation, die bereit war nur gegen DAES zu kämpfen und mit dem Syrischen Regime zu kooparieren.

Siamend Hajo: PYD/PKK verursacht erhebliche wirtschaftliche Schäden in der Region

Zwangsrekrutierungen von Minderjährigen durch die PYD: Hunderte Fälle sind bekannt

In den westlichen Medien herrscht Unwissenheit über PYD/PKK

Die PYD/PKK hat mehr als 40 kurdische politische Gegner umgebracht

Der Vorsitzende der Kurdischen Zukunftsbewegung Siamend Hajo: Der schmutzige Deal zwischen PYD/PKK und dem syrischen Regime:
Mehr als 40 politische Gegner wurden umgebracht.

Turkey has been fighting PKK terror since 1984, while the organization has committed a total of 83,500 attacks to date. As a result of PKK attacks, over 7,000 security officers and more than 6,000 civilians have been killed. The onset of the Syrian Civil War in 2011 resulted in a bloodbath in the entire region and the PKK gradually took control of the northern part of Syria. Under the guise of the “fight against DAESH,” the PKK has tried to gain legitimacy and the support of the international community by changing its name and identity.

As a consequence, Turkey, which has been actively engaged in a fight against the PKK for past 34 years, perceives the situation as a threat to its existence and future. Accordingly, Turkey does not hesitate to extend its fight against the PKK beyond its borders into Northern Iraq and the northern parts of Syria.

Turkey is extremely concerned and disturbed by the bloody elimination of Kurdish and Arab opponents by the PKK/YPG terrorists in the north of Syria; their use of children as human shields; the ethnic cleansing by PKK/YPG militants; and the incorporation of foreign terrorist fighters into the PKK/YPG. Turkey’s concerns are exacerbated by the stern violations of human rights by the PKK/YPG to further instigate chaos and instability in the region, and the indifference towards the situation on the part of certain Western countries and, in particular, the United States.

The manner in which the PKK has settled in the northern part of Syria, the role of foreign terrorist fighters in the organization, the PKK’s pressure on Arab and Kurdish opponents in the region, and its human rights violations will be discussed at the panel.

The panel will be moderated by SETA Director for European Studies Enes Bayraklı.

Panelists will focus and enlighten the audience on the following:

 

Kyle Orton: Foreign terrorist fighters in the PKK.

Eva Savelsberg: Human rights violations by the PKK.

Siamend Hajo: Elimination of Kurdish and Arab Opposition by the PKK in the north of Syria and the process of building a PKK dictatorship in the region.

Can Acun: The PKK’s history and organization in Syria.

 

All participants are welcome.

Note: The panel will be held in English and German; Turkish and English simultaneous translations will be provided.