Öcalan receives Special Recognition Award from South African Communist Party

The South African Communist Party (SACP) has given Abdullah Öcalan a Special Recognition Award. The award was handed over at the SACP’s 13th National Congress in oNgoye, KwaZulu Natal province. SACP General Secretary Blade Nzimande recognized Abdullah Öcalan as “A revolutionary internationalist fighter and a symbol of the Kurdish freedom struggle. A political prisoner isolated in a Turkish island prison und ...

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Freedom for Öcalan – sign here

We support the demand  “Freedom for Abdullah Öcalan and the political  prisoners in Turkey”. Öcalan’s freedom will mark a breakthrough for the democratization of Turkey and peace in Kurdistan. To sign the petition of the release of Öcalan click  [button color="green" link="http://www.freeocalan.org/?page_id=59" size="big" target="_self" font="helvetica" textcolor="ffffff" align="left"] Sign the petition [/b ...

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Launch of the international campaign:“Freedom for Abdullah Ocalan”

Already over a thousand notable people worldwide have signed an international petition with the demand: Freedom for Abdullah Ocalan and the political prisoners in Turkey. They are of the opinion that Ocalan's freedom would mean a breakthrough in Turkey's democratization and a peace process in Kurdistan. The Kurdish question is more relevant today than ever before. It affects Iraq, Iran, Syria and especially ...

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LETTER TO MS HILLARY CLINTON

We are writing to you this open letter regarding the Kurds, a people of over 40 million, and its incarcerated leader, Abdullah Öcalan. In 1999, your government, through the CIA, abducted the revered and popular Kurdish leader Abdullah Öcalan, who was on his way to South Africa to seek political asylum. He was abducted in Kenya and handed over to the Turkish authorities. This was supposed to bring an end to ...

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The Road Map to Negotiations

Description The Road Map is an extraordinary document. It was the centerpiece of the secret dialogue process between Abdullah Öcalan and the Turkish state that started in 2009 and was broken off in mid-2011. Here Öcalan defines the necessary steps that have to be met for a serious peace process to start. At the same time he outlines a real solution of the Kurdish issue. Going beyond traditional solutions li ...

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