23 soldiers resign from Turkish army in Şırnak
23 soldiers, including 12 specialist sergeants, have resigned from Turkish army due to the escalated onslaught and psychological warfare committed against the Kurdish population in Turkey.
23 soldiers, including 12 specialist sergeants, have resigned from Turkish army due to the escalated onslaught and psychological warfare committed against the Kurdish population in Turkey. The names of these soldiers, hidden by the Turkish state fighting Kurdish people's resistance, have been revealed.
While the AKP government's perception operation and genocidal onslaught in Şırnak and its Silopi, Cizre districts remain inconclusive, popular resistance in the areas of self-rule endures for one month now.
Earlier this month, an official document has been revealed detailing the background of the blatant massacre committed by Turkish state forces against the civilian population in North Kurdistan. The six-point "classified" document by Land Forces Command was seen to be openly instructing Turkish forces in Kurdish towns to use arms against civilians, encouraging troops to use arms, and asking military officers not to fear prosecution.
ARE THESE THE UNCONVINCED ONES?
According to reports by reliable sources, a remarkable number of Turkish army members do not want to participate in the operations in the Kurdish towns.
As part of this objection, 23 specialist sergeants and high-ranking officers are reported to have resigned from the Turkish military recently. These were affiliated to Çakırsöğüt Gendarme Regimental Command in Şırnak where dozens of temporarily serving village guards have also quitted the job recently, refusing to take part in the aggression on Kurdish civilians.
12 SPECIALIST SERGEANTS HAVE LEFT ŞIRNAK
According to reports, soldiers have resigned because of challenging warfare circumstances in towns and targeting of civilians in the ongoing operations.
Yakup Girgin, Necmi Şekerci, Cesim Erhan, Yakup Bilici, Onur Küçükil, Mehmet Akış, Emre Gönenç, Oğuz Boz, Hamdi Algül, Ali Değirmi, Serkan Susan and Ertuğrul Kılıç have recently submitted their resignation with a refusal to participate in the offensives.
It is reported that the public opinion is provided with no information regarding the Turkish army members that have been killed or resigned from duty during the course of the operations in Cizre and Silopi towns of Şırnak province.