​​​​​​​Activists: Isolating leader Ocalan, preventing his visit is fight against his free thought

The Turkish authorities have been tightening isolation on the leader Abdullah Ocalan since 2015, preventing his family and clients from meeting him in an attempt to move away from resolving the Middle East crises.

Since August 7, 2019 and to date, the Turkish authorities have not responded to 83 requests applied by the lawyers to meet with their client.

In connection with the condemning reactions and the demand for his release, two of our agency’s correspondents interviewed women from the cities of Aleppo, al-Raqqa, and Deir ez-Zor.

The Administrator of the Democratic Society Academy in the city of Aleppo, Yasmin Mohamed, confirmed that the goal of isolation against the leader is to obscure his philosophy and the ideology of the democratic nation. She said: “ In his pleadings, the leader presents theses in front of capitalist countries such as Turkey, America, and Russia, so that they insist on isolating him in order to move away from resolving the crises in the Middle East.”

Yasmin pointed out that the society that leads itself  no state can stand against its will, and stressed the role of women and the need to organize themselves by saying “the leader, despite his presence in prison, sends his messages to all the people of the Middle East, and to women in particular to rely on themselves, and to have will, as it is their responsibility to organize society.”

Yasmin mentioned an example that women in northern and eastern Syria were able to prove this in all political, military and social fields, and she confirmed at the conclusion of her speech that the implementation of the democratic nation project will direct the region towards a solution, and no one can break the will of the people.

Refusing requests to visit is a violation of human rights

The Juristic in the Women Administration in the city of al-Raqqa Fahima al-Jassem completely rejected all kinds of arbitrary arrests in prisons, especially the prisons of the Turkish state, and said that the leader presented ideas that make societies free and democratic, and aim to achieve equality and participatory away from decentralization.

Fahima referred to the visit requests submitted by the family of the leader and his lawyers, that are rejected each time, saying: “The continued rejection of the requests is a flagrant violation of human rights, and I wondered where are the international organizations?”

Fahima al-Jassem touched on the situation of Arab women before the proposition of the leader’s thought, saying, “Arab women were unaware of what women’s rights are in general, but after the principles of the democratic nation and the ideas of the leader Ocalan were put forward and properly applied on the ground, we noticed a remarkable development of women in northern Syria.”

The success of women by the leader’s thought makes Turkey anxious

In this context, the Women’s Administration in Deir ez-Zor, Shahrazad al-Jassem, indicated that the Turkish state tightening of isolation against the leader Abdullah Ocalan is only to fight his ideology, so it has been forbidding to meet him since 2015.

She continued: “The success that women have achieved, whether Syriac or Arab or any other sect, has achieved a national cohesion, and we have derived it from the leader Abdullah Ocalan, as this makes the Turkish state and other countries in a state of anxiety and fear.”

Shahrazad had visited southern Kurdistan, and said, “During my visit to the Popular Resistance camps in Kurdistan, I did not see members of terrorist organizations as Turkey claims.”

Shahrzad added that the leader’s thought went beyond the prison bars, and it became a beacon to water the spirit of comradeship that brings together people of different components. She believed that the adoption of the strugglers in the Middle East of free thought worried the Turks, and made them deploy the idea of creative chaos by spreading the seeds of mercenarism thought under the cover of serving political Islam.

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