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Stop Turkish State‘s Brutal War on Northeast Syria! Solidarity with Rojava!

[French, Turkish and German call below the englisch version]

Stop Turkish State‘s Brutal War on North-East Syria! Solidarity with Rojava!

We, organisations working to secure an ecological and democratic future, condemn the war declared unilaterally by the Turkish government on north-east Syria. This war has absolutely no legitimate justification. It is is a crime and is severely exacerbating the war in the region.

This aggression targets the democratic achievements of the Kurds, Assyrians, Arabs and others living together peacefully in north-east Syria. In 2012 the liberation process began in Rojava, the predominantly Kurdish region within Syria, and spread to many other parts of north-east Syria following the defeat of the terrorist Islamic State (IS). Their model of self-administration called “democratic autonomy” is based primarily on the liberation of women, direct democracy, ecological principals and ethnic and religious diversity. It is by far the most peaceful and democratic region within Syria after eight years of disastrous war. This region must be protected by all people and organizations around the world if the opportunity for democratic change in Syria is to be maintained.

The first days of the attacks, which are ongoing, show that Turkish forces are intentionally targeting civilians and their livelihoods. Water supply facilities, water supplying dams, electricity power plants, hospitals and other utility installations have been destroyed. The natural environment, on which human society depends, is heavily impacted by air and artillery attacks. Dozen of organisations which work for an ecological, democratic and gender-liberated life and their projects, some of which have been established in collaboration with numerous international individuals and non-governmental organisations, are also under threat. We are witnessing once again that war is a crime against people and nature.

The people of north-east Syria are resisting this invasion and the attempt to change the demographics of the region by all means possible. There is however a huge imbalance between their efforts at self-defence and the military power of a large NATO member state. The role of the USA, which gives space Turkey in this brutal war, is more than shameful. All other Western states, Russia, others within the region and around the world warrant serious criticism too.

If the Turkish government’s war on north-east Syria, which is clearly a violation of international law, is not halted, it will have catastrophic results and will solve no problems rather it will deepen the problems and conflicts in the region. We call oninternational organizations and governments who claim to be democratic to speak up against this war and implement sanctions, including economic.

We call on all democratic and ecological small and big civil society organizations to raise your voices for the people of north-east Syria, join and organise public democratic actions, denounce Turkey’s aggression and demand that politicians take immediate action to halt this brutality against democracy and nature.

We call for – and stand in – solidarity with the people of Rojava and of north-east Syria.


Contact for supporting this call:
[email protected] (Mesopotamia Ecology Movement)

A call signed by (in the sequence: Middle East, Global South and Industrial Countries):

Mesopotamia Ecology Movement, North Kurdistan/Turkey
Make Rojava Green Again, Rojava/Northeast Syria
Internationalist Commune, Rojava/Northeast Syria
DOZ, Rojava/Northeast Syria
Waterkeeper Iraq
Civil Development Organization (CDO), National NGO, Iraq
Save the Tigris Campaign, Iraq
Iraqi Civil Society Soloidarity Initiative (ICSSI), Iraq
Metro Center for Journalists Right & Advocacy, Iraq
Polen Ekoloji, Turkey
Initiative to Keep Hasankeyf Alive, North-Kurdistan/Turkey
HDP (People’s Democratic Party) Ecology Commission, Turkey
HDK (People’s Democratic Congress) Ecology Commission, Turkey
Kareza Institution, Iran
Chiya Environmental Institution, Iran
Green Kurdistan Environmental Organization, Iran
Green Chiya Organization, Iran
Mariwan Cultural and Literary Organization, Iran
Rojiyar Cultural and Literary Organization, Iran
Pajin Environmenal Organization. Iran
Saqiz Environment protectors Organization. Iran
Ashti Cultural Development Foundation Bane. Iran
Mariwan Teachers Union, Iran
Ronan Scientific and Cultural Center, Iran
Shney Nojin Organization of Sine, Iran
Green Kurdistan Population Iran
Sardasht Environment Protectors Institution, Iran
Hetaw Environmental Organization of Sardasht. Iran
Kurdistan Green Jiwan Organization, Iran
Baroje Literary Center, Iran
Zagros Oak Organization of Rabbat, Iran

Inter-American Vigilance for the Defense and the Right to Water (Red VIDA), The Americas
Movement of Dam Affected People (MAB), Brazil
Organização Popular Libertária de Uberaba/MG, Brasil
Movement of Dam Affected People from Latin America (MAR), The Americas
Movement of Defence of Water, Land and Environment (MODATIMA), Chile
Platform for Public and Community Partnerships of the America’s (PAPC), The Americas
Fundación Abril, Bolivia
Ecos, El Salvador
Corporación Ecológica y Cultural Penca de Sabila, Colombia
Red de Sistemas Comunitarios y Comités por la Defensa del Agua, Mexico
Agua para [email protected], Agua para la Vida, Mexico
Rural Solidarity, Bénin
Centro de Encuentros y Diálogos Interculturales, Mexico
Universidad de la Tierra, Oaxaca, Mexico
Organizaçao Popular Libertaria de Uberaba/MG, Brasil
Rivers Without Boundaries International Coalition, Asia
First Ecosocialist International, Global
FairCoop, Global
Defend the Sacred Alliance, global

Ende Gelände, Germany
FridaysForFuture Frankfurt, Germany
Fridays For Future, UK
International Rivers, USA
Balkanka Association Sofia, Bulgaria
Fundacja Zielone Światło, Poland
Attac Italy
Australians for Kurdistan, Australia
European Water Movement, Europe
Afro Yaqui Music Collective, USA
Women’s Strike Assembly, Cymru (Wales)
Kurdish Solidarity, Cymru (Wales)
IWW, Cymru (Wales)
EYDAP, Greece
Popular Unity Candidacy (CUP), Catalonia
Ekolologistak Martxan, Basque Country
Komite Internazionalistak, Basque Country
Kurdistanekin Elkartasun Ekimena, Basque Country
Catalan Network for a New Water Culture, Catalonia
Cambridge Social Ecology, UK
Italian Forum of Water Movements, Italy
Association Town Partnership Oldenburg-Efrîn, Germany
Kuchnia Konfliktu (Kitchen of Conflicts), Poland
Plan C, UK
Kurdistan Solidarity Network, UK
The Corner House, UK
Solidarity Economy Association, UK
Cambridge Zero Carbon Society, UK
EcoMujer, Germany
Devon and Cornwall Green Anti Capitalist Forum, UK
Umweltgewekschaft e.V. – Regional Group Bremen/Oldenburg, Germany
Bristol Social Ecology, UK
Frances Libertes, France
Danish Ecologist Tannie Nyboe, Denmark
Solidarity Economy Association, UK
Campaign against Animal Factories, Niedersachsen, Germany
Ecosocialist Horizons, USA
Plataforma Ciudadana Zaragoza sin Fractura, Spain
Asociacion de Cultura Popular Alborada, Spain
Aigua és Vida, Catalonia
Associació Catalana d’Enginyeria Sense Fronteres, Catalonia
Moviment per l’aigua pública i democràtica, Catalonia
Zukunftskonvent Germany
Un Ponte Per, Italy
XR Youth Denmark (Extinction Rebellion Ungdom), Denmark
Klimakollektivet, Denmark
Free the Soil, Denmark
Städtepartnerschaft Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg – Dêrîk, Germany
Peace in Kurdistan (PIK), UK
Campaign Against Criminalising Communities (CAMPACC), UK
Allmende e.V. – gemeinschaftlicher Waldgarten, Germany
Our Future Now, UK
The Fleming Policy Centre, UK
Jay Geils, IWW, DSA-LSC, Symbiosis Congress, UK
Décentrale Synergiehub, Mont-Soleil, Switzerland Anarchist Gatherings, Switzerland
Solidarity. fm, Self-empowered Culture Radio, Switzerland
Tamera Peace Research & Education Center, Portugal
TRADENER, Basque Country
TRISE – Transnational Institute of Social Ecology
Ecologistas en Acción, Spain
Earth Thrive – UK/Serbia
Coordination EAU Bien Commun, France
Coordination EAU Île-de-France, France
Azadi, Plataforma en suport amb el poble kurd, Catalonia
Permaculture Sweden
Xarxa per la Sobirania Energetica, Catalonia, Spain
MAKVÄRKET, Cultural and environmental collective, Denmark
Diritti a Prescindere (DAP), Italy
ROAR Magazine
Red Agua Publica (RAP), Spain
Solifonds, Switzerland
MultiWatch, Switzerland
Obóz dla Puszczy, Białowieska Forest, Poland
EYDAPP; Greece
Klima Aktion DK, Denmark
The Institute for Social Ecology, USA
Klimagerechtigkeitsgruppe Animal Climate Action, Germany
Syrena collective, Poland
Student Anti-fascist Committee of the University of Warsaw, Poland
Camp for Forest, Poland
NOAH Ungdom, Denmark
Demokratisk Omställning, Sweden
Friends of Earth Finland
Hambibleibt, Germany
YogisForFuture, Germany
Kurws, Poland
Polish Hospitality Foundation, Poland
System Change not Climate Change, Austria
Young Kurds Portugal

Also signed by following individuals:
Noam Chomsky, linguist, political dissident, Institute Professor Emeritus at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and laureate professor at the University of Arizona, USA
Gustavo Esteva, founder of Universidad de la Tierra, Oaxaca / Mexico
Ashish Kothari, chairman of Greenpeace India’s Board, India
Janet Biehl, Independist Scholar, USA
Eyal Rozenberg, Activist, Palestine/Israel
Joost Jongerden, Associate Professor Wageningen University, Netherlands
Debbie Bookchin, Activist and Writer, USA
Himanshu Thakkar, South Asia Network on Dams, Rivers & People, India
Dr Felix Padel, Centre for World Environment History, University of Sussex, Wales
Dr Derek Wall, former International Coordinator of the Green Party of England and Wales
Linda Farthing, Journalist, Bolivia
Dr. Savaş Ergül, Trinity College, Ireland
Burcu Seyben, Academician, USA
Julie Ward, Member of European Parliament, UK
Prof. Neşe Özgen, Duke University, USA
Prof. Michael Pimbert, UK
Prof. John Tully, Australia
Dimitrios Roussopoulos, writer, and president of MPCC, Montreal, Canada
Sina Arnold, Academician, Germany
Professor Kariane Westrheim, University of Bergen, Norway. Chair of EUTCC, Norway
Federico Venturini, PhD, University of Udine, Italy
Enrica Saraullo, International Solidarity Officer, International Workers of the World, UK
Gisela Penteker, IPPNW, Germany
Heike Geisweid, Lawyer, Germany
Pete Davies, Organising Department Chair, Industrial Workers of the World, UK
Erling Folkvord, Former national MP and today the leader of Solidarity with Kurdistan, Norway
Nadia Alexan, Professor, Canada
Kati Engel, Member of Thuringia Parliament, DIE LINKE, Germany
Beata Nowak, Co-Chief Editor of Zielone Wiadomości, Poland
Mar Carrera, Education Activist, Catalonia
Giannis Papadimitriou, Ativist, Greece
Wasilis von Rauch, Ecology Activist, Germany
Rüdiger Bahr, IG-Metall member, Germany
Matt Heinrich, UK
Julian Melamade, Brighton IWW Secretary, UK
Raphaël Favier, France
Dr. Judith Dellheim, Economist Analyst, Germany
Elke Dangeleit, Anthropologist, Journalist, Germany
Annelies Broekman, phd, Autonomous University of Barcelona, Catalonia
Enric Duran, Cooperativa Integral Catalana and Faircoop founder, Catalonia
Dr. Vildan Seckiner, Germany
John Bradley, Community Organizer, Canada
Dominik Lehmann, Social Worker, Germany
Núria Vidal de Llobatera, Ecologistes en Acció, Barcelona, Spain
Prof. Haim Yacobi, The Bartlett Development Planning Unit, University College London, UK
Luis Andueza, Geographer, University of St Andrews, Scotland
Andrea Levy, Ph.D, historian, Montreal, Canada
Pierre Jasmin, classical pianist, Universite du Quebec a Montreal, Canada
M. Athna Palaeologu, Ph.D, writer and activist, Thessaloniki, Greece
Angel Martinez, Ph.D. trande unionists, Montreal, Canada
Chris Zumbrunn, Forum for Direct Democracy, Switzerland
Tannie Nyboe, Political and Ecologist Activist, Denmark
Brian Tokar, activist and educator, UK
Christine Perret, France
Ersilia Verlinghieri, researcher, University of Oxford, UK
Lara Vilanova, Cinematographer, Catalonia
Ömer Faruk Yekdeş, phd student, Boğaziçi Iniversity, Turkey
Jodie Evans, CODEPINK cofounder, Canada
Medea Benjamin, CODEPINK cofounder, Canada
Prof. Adriana Allen, The Bartlett Development Planning Unit, University College, UK
Barbara Lipietz, UK
Mechthil Theilmann, Switzerland
Engin Sustam, Academician, Paris 8 University, France
Raffaella Cavallo, DAP, Udine, Italy
Barbara Janisch, Free University Berlin, Germany
Ibalu Alba Dwan, independent researcher, Germany
Carne Ross, former British diplomat and founding director of Independent Diplomat, UK
Salim Dara, founding director of Rural Solidarity, Bénin
Gigi Coyle, community activist and author, United States
Win Phelps, Beyond Boundaries, United States
Dieter Duhm, sociologist, author and co-founder of Tamera, Portugal
Ute Richter, author, Germany
Dr. Joachim Niklas, agrobiologist, Germany
Martin Winiecki, leader of the Institute for Global Peace Work, Portugal
Monika Alleweldt, Verlag Meiga, Germany
Vera Kleinhammes, Global Campus & Tamera, Portugal
Gabriel Meyer, co-founder of Sulha, Israel-Palestine
Jessica Gorman, University of San Diego, USA
Shaun Chamberlin, author, UK
David I. Block, Activist-Writer, NY, USA
Karsten Schuster, Artist, Germany
Johannes Schulte, Mitglied der Gewerkschaft Verdi , Germany
Dr. Paulina Kramarz, Institute of Environmental Sciences, Jagiellonian University.
Boyd Rossing, Emeritus Professor, Department of Civil Society and Community Studies, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
Miguel Fernandes, freelance translator, Portugal
Laurence Desarzens, community gardener, coop activist in Ecojonx, Switzerland
Dr. Zofia Prokop, Institute of Environmental Sciences, Faculty of Biology Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Poland
Rachele Borghi, Geographer and Activist, Sorbonne Université, France
Julia Mittermüller, Institut für Soziologie, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Germany
Stefano Nonino, C.N.C.A. F.V.G., National Coordination of Host Communities – Friuli Venezia Giulia Udine, Italy
Dr Weronika Parfianowicz, Institute of Polish Culture, University of Warsaw, Poland



Arrêtez la guerre brutale de l’État turc contre le nord-est de la Syrie ! Solidarité avec le Rojava !

Nous, organisations oeuvrant pour un avenir écologique et démocratique, condamnons la guerre que le gouvernement turc a unilatéralement déclarée au nord-est de la Syrie. Cette guerre n’a absolument aucune justification légitime, mais est plutôt un crime qui renforce la guerre dans la région. Il s’agit d’une tentative d’invasion qui vise les réalisations démocratiques des Kurdes, des Assyriens, des Arabes et d’autres personnes vivant ensemble pacifiquement dans le nord-est de la Syrie. En 2012, le processus de libération a commencé au Rojava, la région à prédominance kurde de Syrie, et s’est ensuite étendu à de nombreuses autres parties du nord-est de la Syrie avec la défaite de l’État islamique terroriste (IS). Le modèle d’auto-administration appelé “autonomie démocratique” repose essentiellement sur la libération des femmes, la démocratie directe, la diversité ethnique et religieuse et les principes écologiques. C’est de loin la région la plus pacifique et la plus démocratique de Syrie après huit années de guerre désastreuse. Cette région démocratique doit être défendue par tous les peuples et toutes les organisations du monde entier si l’on veut maintenir la possibilité d’un changement démocratique pour la Syrie !

Les deux premiers jours des attaques en cours montrent que l’armée turque cible aussi délibérément les civils et leurs moyens de subsistance. Les installations d’approvisionnement en eau, les barrages, les centrales électriques et autres infrastructures ont été détruits. L’ensemble du monde naturel, qui abrite la société humaine, est fortement touché par les attaques aériennes et les tirs d’artillerie. Des dizaines de projets en faveur d’une vie écologique, démocratique et libérée du genre, dont certains ont été mis en place avec la participation de nombreuses personnes et organisations internationales de la société civile, sont également menacés. Une fois de plus, nous en faisons l’expérience : la guerre est un crime contre les gens et contre la nature.

La population résiste à cette invasion et tente de changer la démographie de la région par tous les moyens possibles, mais il y a un énorme déséquilibre dans la lutte en autodéfense contre un grand pays de l’OTAN. Le rôle des États-Unis, qui ont laissé la place à la Turquie pour cette guerre brutale, est plus que honteux, mais tous les autres États occidentaux, la Russie, ainsi que d’autres États régionaux et mondiaux, doivent aussi être vivement critiqués.

Si la guerre du gouvernement turc contre la Syrie du Nord-Est, qui est clairement une violation du droit international, n’est pas arrêtée, elle aura des résultats catastrophiques et ne résoudra aucun problème. Nous exhortons toutes les organisations internationales et tous les gouvernements qui se disent démocratiques à s’élever contre cette guerre.

Nous appelons toutes les organisations démocratiques et écologiques à élever la voix pour la population du nord-est de la Syrie, à se joindre et à organiser des actions démocratiques publiques, et à exiger immédiatement que les politiciens prennent toutes les mesures possibles pour mettre fin à cette guerre brutale contre la démocratie et la nature !

Solidarité avec la population du Rojava et de tout le nord-est de la Syrie !


Contact: [email protected]
Movement Ecologique de Mesopotamie



Türk Devleti’nin Kuzeydoğu Suriye’deki Acımasız Savaşını Durdurun! Rojava ile Dayanışma Çağrısı!

Ekolojik ve demokratik bir gelecek için çalışan örgütler olarak, Türkiye devletinin Kuzeydoğu Suriye’ye karşı başlattığı tek taraflı savaşı kınıyoruz. Bu savaş kesinlikle meşru bir gerekçeye sahip olmadığı gibi bir suçtur ve bölgedeki çatışma ortamı ve savaş koşullarını çok ciddi bir şekilde derinleştirmektedir. Kürtlerin, Süryanilerin, Arapların ve Kuzeydoğu Suriye’de barış içinde birlikte yaşayan diğer halkların demokratik kazanımlarını hedef alan bir istila girişimidir.

Kurtuluş süreci 2012 yılında Suriye’deki Kürt bölgesi Rojava’da başlamış ve daha sonra terörist İslam Devleti’nin (DAEŞ) bozguna uğratılmasıyla Kuzeydoğu Suriye’nin diğer birçok bölgesine yayılmıştır. Bölgede uygulanan ve “Demokratik Özerklik” olarak adlandırılan özyönetim modeli, temel olarak kadın özgürleşmesi, doğrudan demokrasi, etnik ve dini çeşitlik ve ekoloji ilkelerine dayanmaktadır. Rojava sekiz yıl süren savaştan sonra Suriye’nin en barışçıl ve demokratik bölgesi olmuştur. Suriye için herhangi bir demokratik değişim fırsatı sağlanması ise bu demokratik bölgenin tüm dünya halkları ve demokratik kurumların ortak çabası tarafından savunulmasına bağlıdır!

Devam eden saldırıların ilk günleri, Türk ordusunun sivilleri# geçim kaynaklarını ve hizmet yapıları amaçlı olarak da hedef aldığını göstermektedir. Su temini tesisleri, barajlar, elektrik santralleri, hastaneler ve diğer altyapılar tahrip edilmektedir. İnsan toplumuna ev sahipliği yapan doğal dünyanın tamamı, hava ve topçu saldırılarından ağır şekilde etkilenmektedir.
Ekolojik, demokratik ve cinsiyet özgürlükçü bir toplum için mücadele eden ve bir çoğu enternayonalistler ve uluslarası sivil toplum kuruluşların desteğiyle kurulmuş projeler tehdit altındadır. Bir kez daha görüyoruz ki: savaş, insanlar ve doğaya karşı bir suçtur.

Bölgenin demografisini mümkün olan her yolla değiştirmeye çalışan bu istilaya karşı direniş devam ederken büyük bir NATO devletine karşı verilen bu savunma savaşındaki dengesizlik her kesin gözlerinin önünde gerçekleşmektedir. Bu zalim savaşta Türkiye’ye alan açan ABD’nin rolü ise utanç verici olmanın da ötesindedir. Bunun yanında diğer tüm Batılı devletler, Rusya ve diğer bölgesel ve küresel devletlerin rolü de unutulmamalı ve yoğun bir şekilde eleştirilmelidir.

Türk hükümeti’nin açıkça uluslararası hukukun ihlali olan Kuzeydoğu Suriye’ya karşı savaşı durdurulmazsa, feci sonuçları olacak ve hiçbir sorunu çözemeyip sorun ve çatışmaları daha da derinleştirecektir. Demokratik olduğunu iddia eden tüm uluslararası örgütlerin ve hükümetlerin bu savaşa karşı çıkmaları zorunlu olup ekonomik alanı kapsayacak şekilde yaptırımlar uygulamalıdır.

Tüm demokratik ve ekolojik kurumları Kuzeydoğu Suriye halkına ses vermeye, kamusal alanda demokratik eylemlere katılmaya ve düzenlemeye ile siyasetçilerden derhal masum insanlara, demokrasiye ve doğaya karşı bu acımasız savaşı durdurmak için adım atmalarını talep etmeye davet etmeye çağırıyoruz!

Rojava ve tüm Kuzeydoğu Suriye’yla dayanışma ve somut adımlar atma zamanıdır!


Çağrıya destek vermek için Mezopotamya Ekoloji Hareketi’ne yazın:
[email protected]



Stoppt den brutalen Krieg der Türkei gegen Nordostsyrien! Solidarität mit Rojava!

Wir – Organisationen, die sich für eine ökologische und demokratische Zukunft einsetzen – verurteilen den von der türkischen Regierung einseitig erklärten Krieg gegen Nordostsyrien. Dieser Krieg hat absolut keine legitime Rechtfertigung, er ist ein Verbrechen und verschärft den Krieg in der Region erheblich.

Ziel der Aggression sind die demokratischen Errungenschaften der Kurd*innen, Assyrer*innen, Araber*innen und anderer Menschen, die friedlich in Nordostsyrien zusammenleben. Der Befreiungsprozess begann 2012 in Rojava – der vorwiegend kurdischen Region in Syrien – und breitete sich mit der Niederlage des terroristischen Islamischen Staates (IS) auf viele andere Teile Nordostsyriens aus. Das Modell der Selbstverwaltung, welches als „demokratische Autonomie“ bezeichnet wird, basiert in erster Linie auf der Befreiung der Frau, direkter Demokratie, ökologischen Prinzipien sowie ethnischer und religiöser Vielfalt. Es ist mit Abstand die friedlichste und demokratischste Region in Syrien nach acht Jahren katastrophalen Krieges. Wenn die Möglichkeit eines demokratischen Wandels in Syrien aufrechterhalten werden soll, dann muss diese Region von allen Menschen und Organisationen auf der ganzen Welt geschützt werden.

Die ersten Tage der andauernden Angriffe zeigen, dass die türkischen Streitkräfte absichtlich die Zivilbevölkerung und ihre Lebensgrundlage anvisieren. Wasserversorgungsanlagen, Talsperren, Elektrizitätswerke, Krankenhäuser und andere Versorgungseinrichtungen wurden zerstört. Die natürliche Umwelt, die Grundlage des menschlichen Lebens, ist stark von Luft- und Artillerieangriffen betroffen. Dutzende von Organisationen, die sich für ein ökologisches, demokratisches und geschlechterbefreites Leben einsetzen und ihre Projekte, die zum Teil in Zusammenarbeit mit zahlreichen internationalen Einzelpersonen und Nichtregierungsorganisationen aufgebaut wurden, sind ebenfalls bedroht. Wir erleben erneut, dass Krieg ein Verbrechen gegen Mensch und Natur ist.

Die Menschen in Nordostsyrien widersetzen sich dieser Invasion und dem Versuch, die Demographie der Region mit allen Mitteln zu verändern. Es besteht jedoch ein großes Ungleichgewicht zwischen ihren Möglichkeiten der Selbstverteidigung und der militärischen Macht eines großen NATO-Mitgliedsstaates. Die Rolle der USA, die der Türkei diesen brutalen Krieg ermöglicht haben, ist mehr als beschämend. Auch alle anderen westlichen Staaten, sowie Russland und andere Staaten in der Region und auf der ganzen Welt sind ernsthaft zu kritisieren.

Wenn der Krieg der türkischen Regierung gegen Nordostsyrien, der eindeutig gegen das Völkerrecht verstößt, nicht zum Stillstand kommt, wird er katastrophale Folgen haben und keine Probleme lösen, sondern die Probleme und Konflikte in der Region weiter verschärfen.

Wir fordern internationale Organisationen und Regierungen, die sich als demokratisch bezeichnen, auf, sich gegen diesen Krieg zu engagieren und Sanktionen – einschließlich wirtschaftliche – anzuwenden.

Wir fordern alle kleinen und großen demokratischen und ökologischen zivilgesellschaftlichen Organisationen auf, sich für die Bevölkerung Nordostsyriens einzusetzen, sich öffentlich-demokratischen Aktionen anzuschließen und diese selbst zu organisieren, die Aggression der Türkei anzuprangern und Politiker*innen aufzufordern, unverzüglich Maßnahmen zu ergreifen, um diese Brutalität gegen die Demokratie und Natur zu stoppen.

Wir sind solidarisch mit den Menschen in Rojava und Nordostsyrien und rufen auch andere zur Solidarität auf.


Um diesen Aufruf zu unterzeichen, schreibt an die Ökologiebewegung Mesopotamiens: [email protected]

2 thoughts on “Stop Turkish State‘s Brutal War on Northeast Syria! Solidarity with Rojava!”

  1. I am Maryam Attarieh, Social- Environmental activist, Trainer and facilitator in Iran. We say No to War in Syria and any place in the world.

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