Bitawan-ngo… Kurdish activists in Western Kurdistan (Syrian Kurdistan) on social media have criticized the PKK for forcing Kurdish citizens to go out in demonstrations and rallies against the Kurdistan Regional Government, despite the Autonomous Administration’s decisions to prevent it due to the spread of the Corona epidemic in the region.
The media activist, Walt Bakir, said on his Facebook page: “The Kurdistan Workers are responsible for Kobani. What is your job? The only thing that has become certain is that you are guarding the doors of the PKK cadres, who are playing with the lives of the people.
He added that “pushing people out in light of this pandemic in gatherings of people who are forcibly dismissed from jobs is a crime that deserves your trial as criminals. This is already waiting for you ».
While the human rights activist Abdullah Imam said: “If there is the aim that deserves the gathering of Kobani people in the street despite the outbreak of the Corona epidemic, then it is to demand the exit of the PKK, as it is no less dangerous than Corona.”
Dr. Izzat Afandi said, “Today’s demonstration in Kobani and at these times indicates that ignorance exists in Kobani, whether by the people or the leadership, and it has no limits.”
Others said, “PKK has brought us to where we are, and the poor people are powerless.”
The PKK cadres force the employees, teachers, women, and children in Syrian Kurdistan to go out in demonstrations and rallies against the institutions of the Kurdistan Regional Government. The deployment of the Peshmerga forces within the borders of the region is considered a “provocative act” and it is not the government’s right, and the return of the Peshmerga forces alongside the federal government to Shingal is considered a conspiracy and occupation”.