Led by the Kurdish women’s movement, people everywhere are protesting and commemorating the three friends who were murdered in Paris 8 years ago by the Turkish secret service.
Across Europe, the Kurdish women’s movement today remembered the Kurdish women Sakine Cansiz, Fidan Doğan and Leyla Şaylemez who were murdered in Paris eight years ago and demanded that the perpetrators be punished in front of French consulates. After Paris, Berlin, Hanover and Düsseldorf, we report from Münster, Frankfurt, Munich, Hamburg, Saarbrücken, Bern, Geneva, Brussels, The Hague and Strasbourg.
Saarbrücken and Munich
During protests in front of the French consulates in Saarbrücken and Munich, it was pointed out that the Paris murders were committed by the MIT on the orders of the Turkish head of state Erdogan. Although the French state is aware of this, no one is being brought to justice for it, the participants criticised.
In Strasbourg, activists of the Kurdish youth movement informed about the Paris killings.