Kurds killed in Paris: an adviser to Erdogan condemns the violence and incriminates the PKK

Violent clashes broke out on Saturday between demonstrators and the police during the tribute paid to the three Kurdish victims of the rue d’Enghien massacre.

A special adviser to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan condemned this Sunday, December 25 the violence that occurred in Paris after the murder of three Kurds, incriminating the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK). “It’s the PKK in Francesaid Ibrahim Kalin, posting pictures of overturned and burnt-out cars on Twitter. “The same terrorist organization you support in Syria.The same PKK that has killed thousands of Turks, Kurds and security forces over the past 40 years. Now they are burning the streets of Paris. Will you always keep silent?“, he continued.

In the aftermath of the murder of three Kurds on Friday in Paris, demonstrations in tribute to the victims were punctuated with violence. The French pensioner allegedly responsible for the murders claimed to have acted out of racism. During the demonstrations, slogans were chanted like “Long live the resistance of the Kurdish people“. The PKK is an organization considered terrorist by Ankara and the European Union (EU).

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