The mothers protesting in front of the headquarters of the Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP) in the Turkish state of Diyarbakir renewed their demand to retrieve their children kidnapped by the PKK terrorist organization.
Mothers continue their sit-in for the 706th day to demand the return of their kidnapped sons to the PKK.
The mothers accuse the HDP of being involved in deceiving and kidnapping young people and sending them to fight in the ranks of the terrorist organization.
Mother Eitan Elhaman said that she has been waiting for her son for nearly 4 years.
The Turkish mother appealed to young people “not to be deceived by the HDP,” accusing the latter of kidnapping her son and bringing him into the ranks of the terrorist “PKK”.
For her part, Sawash Turan said that his sister Aysel was kidnapped by the terrorist zone 5 years ago.
He called on his sister to surrender to the Turkish authorities and defect from the ranks of the terrorist “PKK”.
The sit-in of mothers began on September 3, 2019, and President Recep Tayyip Erdogan expressed his support for them on more than one occasion.
As well as supporting ministers, politicians, artists, journalists, writers, athletes, civic organizations, clergymen and all segments of society.
The sit-in is also supported by the Association of Mothers of Srebrenica in Bosnia and Herzegovina and European Parliament Member Tomas Zdechovsky.
And ambassadors in Ankara visited the state of Diyarbakir and met the sit-in.