Innocent woman had her life taken away from her
110 PKK Militants Surrendered in Hakkari and Van
By Sedat Gunec, Ankara
The Security Directorate prepared the balance sheet of terror in Hakkari and Van for the past two years where the separatist terrorist organization recently (PKK) intensified bombed and armed attacks.
According to the data from Security Directorate, 44 soldiers and police officials were killed by PKK militants in Hakkari and Van in 2004 and 2005. During this period, remarkable diversions started within the organization. A total of 110 terrorists escaped from the organization and surrendered to the state. Thanks to police and army operations, 279 terrorists were arrested. Civilians were also killed in the organizationís attacks. The terrorists killed eight civilians and wounded another 72 in Hakkari. In Van, 12 civilians were killed and 34 were wounded in PKK attacks.
According to the Security Directorate report, PKK realized activities in Hakkari, mainly by placing explosives, which came to the agenda due to the incidents occurring in the Semdinli province. The organization exploded 60 bombs in Hakkari during this period. Yet, some of the bombs, which were placed at certain key points, were defused. The organization realized16 armed activities in Hakkari and clashed with the security units 15 times. PKK was again behind the 138 violence incidents occurring in Hakkari. The organization planned 38 provocative incidents, hurled a Molotov cocktail, and realized seven attacks with sticks and stones.
WHEN IT COMES TO KILLING INNOCENT PEOPLE OH THATS EASY, THEY DO THAT FANTASTICALLY, KILL INNOCENT PEOPLE YOU COWARDS.
WHEN IT COMES TO FIGHTING OTHERS WITH WEAPONS THE DOGS SHAKE IN THEIR BOOTS AND SURRENDOR.
Take no prisoners, Pkk Terrorists should be left to the victims of the innocent people they killed.
PKK Bribed Poor Kids to Join Protests
By Ismail Avci, Diyarbakir
It has been revealed that during the illegal demonstrations in the southeastern Anatolia region, children were paid 10 to 20 new Turkish liras (YTL) to throw stones at police and shops.
During the incidents, which broke out after four of the 14 Kurdistan Workersí Party (PKK) members killed in Mus had been buried in Diyarbakir, 3,000 people attacked the police and damaged work places in a four hour long demonstration in Baglar, Melikahmet, Kurucesme, and Emek of Diyarbakir.
The cost of the damage to work places reached about YTL 50 million. In the incidents, organized by the provocateurs, children who were kept in the front suffered the most. Children between 12 and 18 ages were used in the protests, three children were killed by the police, and 190 were taken into custody. One child, watching the unrest from his porch, was killed by a stray bullet of the police. Diyarbakir Governor Efkan Ala had stressed that the provocateurs used youngsters and warned the parents to watch their children.
A terrifying fact was revealed when the children, who gathered in the locations inhabited by poor people, were interrogated by the police: The children had stoned the police and the workplaces in return for YTL 10 and 20. According to the childrenís deposition, the groups, which are formed in the wards, organize the demonstrations and designate the places that need to be targeted. The children are also paid by these groups. The bargain between these groups and the children long before the funerals shows that the incidents had been organized several days ago. Of the 190 children arrested, 31 were convicted by the court and 78 children were apprehended in Baglar, one of the poorest districts of Diyarbakir. In the Melikahmet and Kurucesme districts, inhabited by the people who abandoned their villages due to terrorist incidents in the southeastern Anatolia in 1992, about 60 children were arrested. Most of the children in this region do not go to school or have dropped out.
Cengiz Analay, the head of the Diyarbakir Bar Child Rights, Solidarity, and Implementation Center, reported that 31 children have been convicted so far. He informed that they have initiated a detailed study about the children, but did not acknowledge the news that the children took part in the protests in return for money. In the Diyarbakir protests, Abdullah Duran (9), Enes Ata (6), Mehmet Akbulut (18), Tarik Atakaya (22), and Mehmet Isikci were killed.
THESE COWARDS USE LITTLE KIDS TO DO THEIR DIRTY WORK