In a joint statement, PDKI and Komala warn that military and terrorist attacks by Iran’s IRGC against the headquarters of both parties, located in southern (Iraqi) Kurdistan, could be imminent.
In a statement, PDKI calls on Kurdish political prisoner Mohammad Nazari, who has been imprisoned in Iran for 24 years without furlough, to end his hunger strike.
An Iraqi Kurdish man shows his 10 ink-stained fingers after casting his vote Monday in the Kurdish independence referendum in the city of Kirkuk in northern Iraq. (Ahmad Al-Rubaye/AFP)
Yesterday September 25, an Urban PDKI Peshmerga unit in Piranshar clashed with Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC).
The Kurdish nation in eastern (Iranian) Kurdistan turned out in the thousands to express solidarity with southern (Iraqi) Kurdistan’s historic independence referendum. The people of eastern Kurdistan headed PDKI’s call for public demonstrations in support of the Kurdish nation’s right to self-determination.
Iran’s exiled Kurdish opposition groups have jointly called on Kurdish voters to boycott upcoming general elections in the country describing the May elections as “a masquerade” staged by “a regime that has deprived the human and just rights” of the people in Iran’s Kurdistan.