civil society of Kurdistan condemns Turkey's attack on Rojava

 Kurdpa Agency: Kurdish citizens in Marivan, Sanandaj, Baneh and Piranshahr held protest rallies against the Turkish government's attack to Rojava.

 According to videos posted on social networks, on Friday, October 11th, protest rallies were held in the cities of Marivan, Sanandaj, Baneh and Piranshahr in condemnation of the Turkish government's attack on Rojava.

 Citizens chanted slogans against the Turkish government and Erdogan during the rallies.

 Kurdpa's correspondent in Marivan reported that the protesters in the city of Marivan were involved in violence with of law enforcement officers, and law enforcement officials clashed with protesters.

 he added, a number of protesters were arrested by police and taken to a detention center. 

 Kurdish civil, political and cultural activists also issued statements and condemning the Turkish government's attack to Rojava and called on the United Nations to prevent the Turkish attack to Rojava.

 On Wednesday, October 9th, the Turkish government launched an attack to Rojava, which prompted a sharp reaction from the international community and regional countries.

 Thousands have been emigrated and dozens Kurdish citizens were injured or killed in the Turkish army's artillery attacks since the Turkish government attacked Rojava.