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By Fazel Hawramy for Al-Monitor , June 29 The brutalization of Turkish society by the Turkish security forces for most of [...]

Fazel Hawramy, Thursday 4 October 2012 Last week on Tuesday (25 Sept) I attended the hearing of six Kurdish political [...]

Fazel Hawramy, the Guardian , Friday 14 September 2012 Turkey has put 44 Kurdish journalists on trial this week in what Reporters [...]

More than 1200 Kurdish people marched through London today to mark the 13th anniversary of the capture of their leader [...]

By Fazel Hawramy,  The Guardian , Thursday 19 January 2012 The bombing of innocent villagers by the Turkish army demands justice. Relations [...]

On Wednesday December 28, Aslan Encu was one of fifty boys from the village of Uludere, in the mountainous region of southeast [...]

Amongst the many tents at the Occupy London camp outside St Pauls Cathedral, a group of Kurdish protesters have erected [...]

The recent escalation of violence between the guerrillas of  Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) and the Turkish Armed forces has left [...]

By Fazel Hawramy, the Guardian Erdogan’s government must engage with Kurdish political parties and the PKK if it is serious about resolving [...]