Sundus massacre sent to the Grand National Assembly of Turkey.


Sundus massacre sent to the Grand National Assembly of Turkey.

Added date : 2015-07-28 11:41

VAN - On 18 July 1993 a group of alleged PKK members murdered 24 civilians including 14 children in Sundus (Miran) in the district of Van. This case has now been sent to the Grand National Assembly of Turkey to be examined by the Human Rights Commission.

Sundus massacre sent to the Grand National Assembly of Turkey.

A group of alleged PKK members murdered 24 civilians including 14 children in Sundus (Miran) on 18 July 1993. This case is now sent to the Grand National Assembly of Turkey to be examined by the Human Rights Commission.

Nami Almali, who had lost his mother and 3 siblings spoke to Ilke News Agency (ILKHA) after 21 years and described the massacre as a “crime committed against humanity”. Adding that the intended steps were never taken for this case and now the case is due to be re-examined by the Human Rights Commission in the Grand National Assembly of Turkey.

In the massacre Nami Almali, a graduate of International Relations from Uludag University, lost his mother Sedef Altun aged 35 and her sisters Eylem (4), Nezahat (12) and Hazime Almali (14). “New massacres are bound to happen as no explanations have been provided with the massacres in the past. Yesterday it was Sundus and today it’s Suruc. We believe it’s the same people behind these events of Susa massacre, Basbaglar massacre, Roboski airstrike and Suruc massacre. Such events are bound to repeat if these are not revealed”, said Nami Almali.

“May Allah grant us with the day of an explanation from the cruel people”

“May Allah grant us with the day of an explanation from the cruel people said Almali. He also underlined that they will never step back until justice is served. “I lost my mother and 3 sisters in the massacre. This step is very important for us and the case needs to be brought down from the shelves. We believe that hopefully Allah will grant us with the day of an explanation from the cruel people”, said Almali.  (ILKHA)

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