AA / Diyarbakir (Turkey)
The protest sit-in by the “Mothers of Diyarbakir” in south-eastern Turkey in front of the office of the People’s Democratic Party (HDP) continues for its 729th day.
Families have been fighting terrorism since September 3, 2019 to find their children abducted by the HDP and then handed over to the PKK.
Kamile Kucukdag, who joined the movement to find his son Engin kidnapped at the age of 15, called on his son to go to justice.
“It is very difficult for a mother to be separated from her child. Only God knows what I have been going through for seven years,” she said.
Omer Tokay, for his part, is fighting for his son, also kidnapped by the HDP and the PKK.
Asked by the Anadolu Agency (AA), Tokay said he was determined to continue the sit-in until the return of his child.
In addition, Tokay called on his son to surrender to the security forces.
* Translated from Turkish by Hilal Serefli Sari
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