KJK: 15 February is the biggest conspiracy against women
The KJK Coordination denounced the international 15 February conspiracy against Abdullah Öcalan, stating that they will "never accept it". KJK added Öcalan is "the true friend of women."
The Kurdistan Women’s Communities (KJK) Coordination issued a statement on the 21st anniversary of the international conspiracy that, on 15 February 1999, resulted in the captivity of Kurdish people's leader Abdullah Öcalan.
The KJK stated that they consider the conspiracy "the biggest conspiracy developed in the history of humanity also against women's liberation".
The statement recalled that "the conspiracy was carried out by the US, Israel and NATO together" and condemned "this ugly, treacherous, inhuman interstate conspiracy".
The KJK stressed that "you cannot darken our sun" and continued: "The meaning of the international conspiracy for women is much deeper. The approach of our leader to women's freedom is still on our agenda as a strategic issue that needs to be understood and discussed.
Reber Apo (Leader Öcalan) has developed women's liberty studies throughout his life. He said that 'the first condition for the revolution is the right approach to women's freedom'."
The statement ended with a call: "Let us stand against the international conspiracy carried out against Reber Apo with the spirit of resistance and let's build a new life with great passion and the most radical answer. Let's destroy the rotten, empty, colonial, bully male dominant character of the patriarchal system and win the freedom of our people, women and leader. The leader will be freed."