Posts Tagged ‘Ankara’
Saturday, October 26th, 2019
On Monday, October 21nd, we send a message to several world media. We wrote an e-mail, that the bomb is in Istanbul Airport (Turkish Airlines company) and in MKEK – Mechanical and Chemical Industry company in Ankara.
There was no bomb. We just wanted to start a evacuation. When the police evacuate some place, they block production in this place.
This is sabotage of Turkish economy!
This is sabotage of Turkish army!
This is our support for revolutionary fighters in Rojava!
Saturday, October 10th, 2015
Today, bombs placed at a rally in the Turkish town of Ankara killed at least 86 people. This comes in the context of the bomb attacks in Amed in June, against an election rally; the attack on Kobanê from Turkey’s borders in June and the attack in July in Suruç against a delegation bringing aid to Kobanê. Many comrades in Turkey and Kurdistan blame these attacks on the Turkish state.
This statement has been released by Revolutionary Anarchist Action (DAF):
CAN’T BE FORGOTTEN, CAN’T BE FORGIVEN
“Today, on the 10th of October, the “Labor, Democracy and Peace Meeting” that was organized by various unions, associations and organizations has been attacked. Like in Amed on June and in Suruc in July, the bombs exploding in Ankara today has killed tens of people.
Thousands of people came together from many different cities of the geography against the politics of war, against war profiteering of different power groups.
Today, the bombs that exploded, murdered the people who wanted peace, life and freedom against war.
This explosion, in which more than 30 people have lost their lives until now, is a reflection of the blood thirsty greed of the powers. The ones who murdered in Amed, in Pirsus, in Cizir, are now trying to intimidate the peoples, frustrate with war politics and discourage from the struggle for freedom, by murdering tens of people in Ankara.
The powers should know that by any means, be it arrests or murder with bombs, we will not be afraid of the powers or submit to their war politics.
For a new world, a life of freedom, the murderers in Amed, in Pirsus, Cizir and Ankara, murdered ones CAN’T BE FORGOTTEN, the murderers CAN’T BE FORGIVEN.”
Revolutionary Anarchist Action (DAF)