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Forum Post: #peace rally in istanbul tomorrow will be huge.

Posted 6 years ago on Aug. 8, 2015, 4:17 p.m. EST by MattHolck0 (3867)
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Frederike Geerdink ‏@fgeerdink 9m9 minutes ago

Frederike Geerdink retweeted ☭͙ Tuğçe Özsoy

i predict the #peace rally in istanbul tomorrow will be huge. which will be really encouraging. haydi gidelim!





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[-] 1 points by MattHolck0 (3867) 6 years ago

one of its members was involved, and called Washington the "arch enemy" of the people of the Middle East and the world.

propagandist glad that got posted

The military launched an air campaign against PKK camps in northern Iraq on July 24 after a resurgence of militant attacks. State-run Anadolu news agency said on Sunday that more than 260 militants had been killed, including senior PKK figures, and more than 400 wounded by Aug. 1.

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Frederike Geerdink ‏@fgeerdink

very busy at #peace rally, and only peace flags, none of any political party :-) like #istanbul


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Turkish authorities ban peace march in Istanbul

ITV News-Jul 25, 2015

Turkish authorities have banned demonstrators from holding a peace march in Istanbul this weekend, citing concerns about "provocative ...

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no news found on Istanbul peace rally

Jul 27, 2015 After peace marches were prohibited following last week's suspected ISIS-inspired suicide bombing, violent protests filled the streets of Istanbul ...

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Turkey's pro-Kurdish Peoples' Democratic Party (HDP) called on the PKK on Saturday to silence its arms and reestablish a ceasefire with the government.

“We are making a call today to both sides,” HDP co-chair Selahattin Demirtas said on Saturday, according to Hurriyet Daily News. “PKK should immediately remove their hands from the trigger, declaring that it would comply with the terms of the reinforced ceasefire. The government should immediately set the military operation option aside, declaring that it is ready for negotiations and dialogue.”