Doğan paints Hemid targeted by Turkish chemical attack in London
Kurdish journalist and artist Zehra Doğan paints 13-year-old Kurdish minor targeted by Turkish chemical attack in northern Syria.
Reactions are growing against the Turkish genocidal campaign seeking to invade North and East Syria, massacre of civilians and use of chemical weapons.
The war crimes committed by Turkish forces and allied mercenaries are denounced by not only human rights organizations and foreign press but also intellectuals, writers and artists.
Kurdish journalist and artist Zehra Doğan painted 13-year-old Mihemed Hemid who was one of the civilians targeted by chemical weapons used by the Turkish state in northern Syria, leaving his body burned. The mural was painted below the Harringey Green Lanes Bridge in North London, with the inscription “Turkish state uses chemical weapons in Rojava”.
In early October, Doğan painted a mural in London to commemorate twelve-year-old Kurdish girl Ceylan Önkol, who was killed by Turkish state forces in Amed (Diyarbakır) ten years ago.