Posts Tagged ‘Muzaffer Dogan’
Thursday, August 13th, 2015
Netzwerk Freiheit für alle politischen Gefangenen
Sunday, June 7th, 2015
Here in Germany two communist prisoners from Turkey, who had been sentenced according to the “antiterror-paragraph §129b”, achieved victories by means of long hungerstrikes: Sadi Özpolat starved 43 days and Gülaferit Ünsal 54 days. They fought against censorship, prison clothing and intimidation. They didn’t fight in the prison alone. Together with Gülaferit 6 other prisoners starved as well in solidarity.
Taken from one of our speeches (“Network of all political prisoners”, Hamburg) in front of the Berlin prison, where Gülaferit is jailed: (29.5.2015)
“This is a draconic assault to all prisoners. More than 100 yearly commit suicide, living under similar conditions as Gülaferit, without any hope and unwilling to vegetate isolated anymore.”
9 political prisoners of armed groups like RAF, who organised collective resistance against such conditions, didn’t survive in prison in the seventies and eighties.
Tags: Ahmet Düzün Yüksel, Berlin, DHKP-C (Democratic People's Liberation Party-Front), Germany, Gülaferit Ünsal, Hunger Strike, Muzaffer Dogan, Özgur Aslan, Özkan Güzel, Rote Hilfe, Sadi Özpolat, Sonnur Demiray, Turkey, Yusuf Tas
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