State’s mistakes nourish the organization
VAN - Abdurrahman Kurt, one of the Diyarbakır former AK Party MP has met with media representatives. Kurt said that state’s mistakes nourished organization itself.
Abdurrahman Kurt, one of the Diyarbakır former AK Party MP met with media representatives at a hotel and answered their questions about the recent agenda.
Indicating that the base PKK has grown on is not its ideology, Kurt said that, “The things have fed the organization have never been its ideology. The mistakes which the state has made boosted organization. I know AK Party will pay attention to those mistakes, nevertheless I think Ak Party will not be able to succeed in that major field.”
“There is a problem if people being killed in the street just because they have beard”
Mentioning the incidents occurred under the pretexts of Kobani on 6-8 October, Kurt added that state showed incompetence during the incidents: “There is security problem and incompetence if people are being slain just because they have beard or a different appearance. It is impossible to maintain peace in society by overlooking this or deceiving ourselves.”
Remarking that one and a half million Kurds live in Syria Kurdistan called Rojava, Kurt said after Kobane incidents people began to flee due to YPG persecution. Kurt, “Most of the Kurdish people has abandoned their houses and their soil with complaining some other Kurds.”
“We mustn’t let a mistake legitimize another mistake”
Underscoring that people suffer during the clashes, Kurt said that, “We have to warn the state so as not to let a mistake legitimize another mistake when she gets out of routine (lawfulness). Unfortunately this war caused killing of a lot of children and civilians. On one side Helin a little girl lost her life due to police bullet. On the other side Fırat, another little boy, was torn into pieces with a PKK bomb. Now do we have to legitimize one of them? For whose sin shall we load?”
Over a question asking HDP/PKK’s being regarded as the single counterpart during the process, Kurt answered that, “You are right about that subject that PKK cannot be the single counterpart in the reconciliation process”
Former AK Party Diyarbakır MP Abdurahman Kurt was one of the members of wise men committee and 23rd term chairman of Assembly Human Rights Commission. (ILKHA)