Hello my name is samuel kermashahi and I work for freedom, human rights and equality between men and women, I support Israel and Kurdish friends, I'll say my opinion is a liberal, I believe in liberal social democracy.
I am so sad when related violence increases dramatically in society against women, I think that if we all get together people and fight against violence can be very powerful, unfortunately there are foreign people living in Sweden can not learn Swedish law and rules of their body lives in Sweden, but their brains are still living in the Middle East ..
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Very good written by Jenny Bengtsson worth reading! Dear Sweden, I thought I was safe to stay here was very disappointed with your role in terms of d Kurds unfortunately
Very good written by Jenny Bengtsson worth reading! Dear Sweden, I thought I was safe to stay here was very disappointed with your role in terms of d Kurds unfortunately The UN has never classified the PKK terror. But Sweden did it in 1984 and was instrumental in getting the EU to follow suit, which it succeeded in 2002. With it, both Sweden and the EU now, without sleeping poorly, do business with the government of Turkey to the refugee issue. ta-bort-terrorstampeln-fran-pkk GOOD JOURNALISM IS NOT FREE Netherlands, Germany, Austria and Sweden are working on a plan that involves a group of countries every year to receive between 150 000 to a quarter of a million refugees in need of protection now in Turkey. It said Mark Rutte, Dutch Prime Minister, in an interview last week. It is about the redistribution and expulsion of a package deal. Because in return for them to receive, all other refugees arriving in Greece from our shipped back to Turkey, is the idea. Amnesty International was not slow to draw sharp criticism against this. A few things remain furthermore be resolved before the plan could be realized. One of them is that Turkey must obtain legal status as a "safe country" for it to go to ship back all refugees without violating international conventions. While the possibilities to conjure up a "safe country" Stamp of Turkey is examined as a film spread in social media. The film shows a train of civilians passing through a bombed city. The town image is Cizre, in the Kurdish-dominated southeastern part of Turkey. Between the consistently rolled a cart with the deceased. On either side of the cart can see two people, a man and a woman, holding white flags above their heads. All are dressed in everyday, civilian clothes. The man who is a journalist and film called Refik Tekin and he joins the others in the train. The film shows how he turns the camera to the side and zoom in on an armored vehicle a few blocks away. Shortly thereafter heard shots and the pictures show the chaos. The shots hit. Many fall to the ground. The carriage with the deceased is now halfway across a man who collapsed. Refik Tekin continue filming, but suddenly meet himself. The film ends with the camera lying on the ground. In the picture: the blood flowing between the stones in front of the lens. A few meters away can see a shot man still breathing, strained. The armored vehicle was the Turkish security forces. The mission? Kill soldiers from the Partiya Karkerên Kurdistanê, in Sweden called the Kurdistan Workers Party, PKK, generally abbreviated. Just that the train mowed down after all was a civilian funeral. UN human rights chief Zeid Ra'ad al-Hussein, did not mince words when he last Monday (1/2) spoke to AFP on film. He believes that it is imperative that a thorough and impartial investigation is added for this event and all other events where civilians injured or killed in Turkey. He also expresses concern that Refik Tekin, which of course yourself injured in the attack, probably faces prison when he comes out of the hospital. - Filming atrocities is not a crime. But to shoot civilians is undoubtedly a crime, said Zeid Ra'ad al-Hussein, and also pointed out that the film gives reason to question what is really going on in Cizre and other parts of southeastern Turkey, security forces cut off completely from the outside world. The UN has never classified the PKK terror. But Sweden did it in 1984 and was instrumental in getting the EU to follow suit, which it succeeded in 2002. With it, both Sweden and the EU now, without sleeping poorly, do business with the government of Turkey to the refugee issue. The reasoning seems to be that in and of itself certainly die many civilians, but that Turkey's only fight terrorists. And the country's anti-terror law is extensive to say the least. It also includes sympathy for the struggle for freedom. It makes it easy to captivate little what you want. As hundreds of journalists, political activists from the pro-Kurdish party HDP, lawyers, human rights activists, civil women and men. And thousands of Kurdish children, as young as eleven, who now sits in the Turkish prisons. Tortured, raped and beaten. Who is accused of the PKK to do or insulting the president. Does that sound like a safe country? Hardly. And a developed country like Sweden can not, of course contribute to giving a country like Turkey such status either - let alone continue to close my eyes and hide behind an outdated terror stamp while civilians are murdered. This is regardless of how much "breathing space", the Swedish government think is needed here. The UN now requires investigation and furthermore notes that Turkey uses the hunt for PKK are a pretext for murdering civilians and clean out the Kurds is a good location for Sweden to do right. Remove the terrorist stamp is on the PKK and urge the EU to do the same. It is important, not least for the approximately 15 million Kurds who live in that part of Kurdistan which is located in Turkey. For it is against them, the Turkish state since 1921, when it arose, has carried out countless atrocities, massacres, kidnappings, tortures and executions clean. As Rafik Tekins film shows. It is against them Turkey warrior to reach the goal: "a state, a people and a flag." There is no place for protesting Kurds. Or, as Turkey calls them: PKK terrorists. In Turkey, I had guaranteed suffered an accident on the street or imprisoned without trial for this text. It is about, not the 15 million Kurds sake, is the reason to stop Gulla with that country. Jenny Bengtsson