The Kurdish National Council condemns the kidnapping of its members and demands their release and an end to these practices

The Kurdish National Council condemns the kidnapping of its members and demands their release and an end to these practices

Jun 17 2024

ARK News… The Kurdish National Council in Syria condemned in a statement the kidnapping of its members by PYD militants in the cities and towns of Syrian Kurdistan, calling on the international coalition to stop these oppressive and intimidating practices.

The Council said in its statement that in the continuation of the fierce campaign by PYD militants against the Kurdish National Council, the following were kidnapped:

- Muhammad Tahlo, a member of the Kurdistan Democratic Party - Syria, on the evening of Sunday, June 9, after midnight, from his home in Girke Lage.

- Ahmed Taher Rimo, a member of the Kurdistan Democratic Party - Syria, from the village of Gir Ziyarat Choli, on the night of Sunday, June 9th.

- Fathi Sarhan Kado, a member of the advisory body of the Kurdistan Yakiti Party, from his home in the city of Qamishlo at one o’clock after midnight on Thursday, June 15, 2024 AD. He is 60 years old and suffers from heart disease and diabetes.

The General Secretariat of the Kurdish National Council also strongly condemned the kidnappings carried out by PYD militants, demanded that their fate be revealed and their release, and appealed to the international coalition to fight terrorism headed by the United States of America and organizations concerned with human rights to intervene to stop these repressive and intimidating practices against the Kurdish National Council in Syria.

PYD militants, on March 31, 2024, began a campaign of arbitrary and barbaric arrests against a number of journalists and members of the Kurdish National Council in the town of Girke Lage and Derik city in Syrian Kurdistan, and the fate of the kidnapped people remains unknown.

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