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CAPK strongly condemns Turkish airstrikes in Sirnak that killed 35 civilian Kurds
Armi CApkA Turkish air strike has killed 35 people in the Sirnak province, near the border with Iraqi Kurdistan on Thursday. Local sources said those killed in the air strike were mostly between the ages of 17-20 that were smuggling things as oil and cigarette across the border.Smuggling is an important source of income for many families in the mountainous areas of southeastern Turkey.
Kurdistan Peace and Development Society or CAPK, with the strongest possible words condemns the airstrikes that brutally has killed these Kurdish civilians.
KPDS 3rd Anniversary
Armi CApk
Society for Peace and Development in Kurdistan (CAPK) is formed to work to promote, develop and encourage the Kurdish community and work towards implementation of the following purposes.  To promote and present the Kurdish culture, through the development of culture, literature and the Kurdish identity in the Eastern Kurdistan.
Kurdistan Peace and Development Society Condemns Attack on UK Embassy in Teheran

Kurdistan Peace and Development Society Condemns Attack on UK Embassy in Teheran
UN Special Rapporteur Should Visit Iranian Prisons
In an interview with the International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran, celebrated Iranian filmmaker Nasser Taghvai said that despite statements made by the Prosecutor General last week, his wife, actress Marzieh Vafamehr, who was arrested more than a month ago for acting a role in the documentary “My Tehran For Sale,” has not yet been released.
Rape and Torture: Legacy of the Post-Election Crackdown
Video Testimony from a Young Woman Raped in Detention, Most Detailed Account to Date


(10 June 2011) On the second anniversary of the disputed June 2009 election and the ensuing repression, the International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran today released video testimony from a young female detainee describing in detail her severe torture and repeated rape after her arbitrary arrest.

Her forceful testimony challenges the Iranian authorities’ official narrative, which denies widespread use of torture and rape by security forces against ordinary protestors.

“Rape is one of the worst forms of torture and allegation after allegation of sadistic torture and
New Iran public execution highlights ‘brutal’ death penalty
New video of a public hanging in Iran this week highlights the brutalization of both the condemned and those who watch executions, Amnesty International said today.
Hundreds displaced by Iran-Iraq Kurd clashes
Fighting between Iranian military forces and Kurdish Party of PJAK has displaced hundreds of villagers in the border regions of northern Iraq, the Red Cross said on Monday.
Terrorangerpene i Oslo og Utøya
Vi takker for all vennlig medfølelse og støtte etter angrepene i Oslo
og på Utøya. Det varmer i en tung tid for oss alle.

Nå må vi tenke på ofrene, de pårørende og alle berørte. Som vår
statsminister sa: ”Ondskapen kan drepe et menneske, men aldri beseire
et folk”.

Vi skal gjøre demokratiet sterkere og ta tryggheten tilbake.

Vennlig hilsen

Julie Lødrup
Arbeidernes Ungdomsfylking (AUF)
Om de terrorangerpene i Oslo og Utøya
Armi CApk

Eksellense Statsminister!
Det respektable Norske folk!
Vi har hørdt nyhetene om de terrorangerpene i Oslo og Utøya. Vi rystet over disse hendelsene.

Iran Should Stop Executions
Armi CApk The death penalty is the ultimate denial of human rights. It is the premeditated and cold-blooded killing of a human being by the state. This cruel, inhuman and degrading punishment is done in the name of justice.
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