Kurdpa: The Organization for Human Rights in Kurdistan (RMMK) condemns the planting of bombs and terror operations against the political parties of Iranian Kurdistan in its latest statement.
The statement was released after learning that bombs had been planted at the headquarters of Komala (Organization of Revolutionary Toilers of Iranian Kurdistan) and that an attempt had been made to assassinate the successor of Komala’s secretary general.
The statement calls on Iranian State officials and the leaders of the Kurdish political parties of Iranian Kurdistan to settle their disputes through peaceful dialogue and negotiations.
Below is the full MRRK statement:
Based on the reports we have received, Reza Kaabi, a Kurdish political party official, managed to avert a terrorist plot to assassinate him while Komala reported that it had defused a number of bombs planted around its headquarters and bases. At the same time, the media and state press in Iran reported the news of clashes between government forces and the Kurdish peshmerga forces in the border areas.
The Organization for Human Rights in Kurdistan strongly condemns terror plots and views such plots to be counteractive to the achievement of a peaceful resolution to political and non-political disputes. Furthermore, we strongly condemn the planting of bombs and explosives in and around the bases and headquarters of the Komala as completely unjustified and uncivilized.
The Organization for Human Rights in Kurdistan is deeply concerned and troubled by the increasing loss of human life in the armed skirmishes between government forces and the forces of the Kurdish political parties and appeals to the all sides to avoid escalating tensions and is hopeful that political and military state officials and the leaders of the Kurdish political parties can resolve their differences and find a solution to the Kurdish question through a peaceful political process.
The Organization for Human rights in Kurdistan
Writing by Kurdpa Staff Writers, translation by Halmat P. and editing by Sharmin Hassaniani.
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