Concert in Athens in solidarity with Rojava
Hundreds of Kurds as well as Greeks and internationalists attended the concert in solidarity with Rojava, which was held in front of the National Archaeological Museum of Greece.
The People's Assembly of Greece held a concert in Athens in solidarity with Rojava.
Hundreds of Kurds as well as Greeks and internationalists attended the concert, which was held in front of the National Archaeological Museum of Greece.
The concert area, which was secured by the Revolutionary Youth Movement, was decorated with photos of Kurdish People's Leader Abdullah Öcalan.
The event started with a minute silence in memory of those who lost their life in the struggle for freedom in Kurdistan.
Abraham Muslim addressed the crowd and condemned the attacks and invasion threats of the Turkish state and its mercenary allies in Northern and Eastern Syria.
Muslim also underlined the ongoing crimes against humanity carried out by the Turkish state and its mercenary allies in Afrin.
Muslim also pointed out at the economic war carried out against the region by those who could not achieved what they wanted in Rojava through the mercenary jihadist groups. He also called on the international human rights organisations to fulfill their responsibility.
Muslim drew attention to the Turkish state attacks of South Kurdistan and called on people to step up the resistance.
On stage were artists Hemîd Ûrmiyê, Diyar and Xelîl Xemgîn.