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Terrorisme : l'Etat allemand continue de sévir contre le PKK

Germany Continues to Crackdown on PKK, Despite Fight Against IS
German police arrested a 47-year old Kurd in Villingen-Schwenningen on Thursday


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19.02.2015  16:45

BERLIN

German police arrested a 47-year old Kurd in Villingen-Schwenningen last Thursday, accused of being a member of the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK), reports SWR.


Despite calls for the PKK to be removed from the EU list of designated terror organizations in response to their part in the fight against Islamic State (IS) in Iraq and Syria, in which they have saved hundreds of civilian lives, the German state continues to crackdown on the PKK.

The 47-year-old man from Villingen-Schwenningen is accused of being the regional representative of the PKK, responsible for receiving donations and organising protests.


The PKK has been banned in Germany since 1993.
According to the Prosecutor General’s Office, the accused has lived in Germany for 20 years.

Recently, German newspaper Der Spiegel reported that German weapons that were supposed to be delivered to the Peshmerga forces, may have fallen into the hands of the PKK.
Source : http://basnews.com/en/news/2015/02/19/germany-continues-to-crackdown-on-pkk-despite-fight-against-is/

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Allemagne : une députée de Die Linke (parti issu de l'ex-SED est-allemand) voit son immunité parlementaire levée pour avoir soutenu les terroristes du PKK

Allemagne : "Le PKK est une organisation terroriste et cela continuera à rester ainsi pour nous" (Thomas de Maiziere)

Allemagne : Frank-Walter Steinmeier dément tout projet d'armement du PKK

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