People from Kurdistan and their allies took to the city squares of Berlin, Darmstadt and Mannheim in Germany to protest the isolation of imprisoned Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) leader Abdullah Öcalan.
The Revolutionary Youth Movement (TCŞ) and Fighting Young Women (TEKO-JIN) activists held a march in Berlin.
The Women’s Council of Nav-Berlin and Dest-Ban also supported the march.
Protesters drew attention to the importance of the “End Isolation, It is time to ensure freedom” campaign.
They called on everyone to struggle against the oppressive Justice and Development Party (AKP)-Nationalist Movement Party (MHP) alliance in Turkey.
Protesters also gathered in Luisenplatz and encouraged support for the Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP), which is facing a closure case.
In Mannheim police tried to block the demonstrations. But protestors still managed to make their message clear, stating they would not accept the isolation. “No matter what anyone says, we will continue our actions until the isolation is lifted and Öcalan is liberated.”