ΚΑΛΕΣΜΑ: ΣΗΜΕΡΑ Παρασκευή 23/5-19.30 Συγκέντρωση διαμαρτυρίας για την δολοφονία του Uğur Kurt, έξω απ΄την Πρεσβεία της Τουρκίας

CALL: Today 23.5 Friday -19:30 Rally in protest of #UgurKurt death at 19:30 outside the Turkish embassy in Athens

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ΤΟΥΡΚΙΑ- Η ΑΣΤΥΝΟΜΙΑ ΑΝΟΙΞΕ ΠΥΡ ΣΤΟ ΚΟΣΜΟ, ΕΝΑΣ ΝΕΚΡΟΣ ΚΑΙ ΕΝΑΣ ΤΡΑΥΜΑΤΙΣΜΕΝΟΣ

Ο ΠΡΩΘΥΠΟΥΡΓΟΣ ΤΗΣ ΤΟΥΡΚΙΑΣ Ο ΕΡΝΤΟΓΑΝ ΣΥΝΕΧΙΖΕΙ ΝΑ ΔΟΛΟΦΟΝΕΙ!

Σήμερα 22 Μαΐου οι μαθητές από την επαναστατική νεολαία στα λύκεια (Liseli Dev-Genç) έκαναν σε ένα λύκειο της περιοχής Οκμειντανί της Κωνσταντινούπολης, αποχή από τα μαθήματα, για να τιμωρηθούν οι δολοφόνοι του Μπερκίν Ελβάν. Στην διαδήλωση που έκαναν επιτέθηκε η αστυνομία και σε σύγκρουση μεταξύ μαθητών και αστυνομικών, η αστυνομία άνοιξε πυρ στον κόσμο της περιοχής.

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Ugur Kurt police killer

Την ίδια στιγμή, στην ίδια περιοχή υπήρχε κηδεία στο Τζέμεβι (θρησκευτικός χώρος των Αλεβιτών) και η αστυνομία άνοιξε πυρ και σε εκείνους που περίμεναν για την κηδεία. Ο Uğur Kurt χτυπήθηκε βαριά από σφαίρα στο κεφάλι και μεταφέρθηκε εκτάκτως στο νοσοκομείο. Δύο φορές έχει σταματήσει η καρδιά του, είναι σε πολύ κρίσιμη κατάσταση.

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Ο τραυματισμένος UĞUR KURT το βραδύ στις 22.50 έχασε ζωή του. Οι δολοφόνοι θα λογοδοτήσουν!

Η αστυνομία του φασίστα Ερντογάν δολοφόνησε τον Μπερκίν Ελβάν, προστάτεψε τους δολοφόνους, και τώρα συνεχίζει να δολοφονεί. Ο Ερντογάν, ο οποίος είναι ο δολοφόνος του Γκεζί, του Μπερκίν Ελβάν, των εκατοντάδων εργατών στο ορυχείο της Σόμα τώρα χτύπησε και έναν απλό άνθρωπο.

 

ΖΗΤΑΜΕ ΝΑ ΛΟΓΟΔΟΤΗΣΟΥΝ ΟΙ ΔΟΛΟΦΟΝΟΙ ΤΟΥ ΓΚΕZΙ, ΤΟΥ ΜΠΕΡΚΙΝ ΕΛΒΑΝ, ΤΩΝ ΕΡΓΑΤΩΝ ΤΗΣ ΣΟΜΑ ΚΑΙ ΤΟΥ UGUR KURT!

Ο ΔΟΛΟΦΟΝΟΣ ΕΡΝΤΟΓΑΝ ΘΑ ΛΟΓΟΔΟΤΗΣΕΙ!

ΚΑΤΩ Ο ΦΑΣΙΣΜΟΣ. ΖΗΤΩ Ο ΑΓΩΝΑΣ ΜΑΣ!

Επιτροπής Αλληλεγγύης στους Πολιτικούς Κρατούμενους στην Τουρκία και το Κουρδιστάν

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Turkish Police Murder Uğur Kurt When Shooting Wildly at Student Protest

Video captures the moments when Uğur Kurt was shot and show how Turkish police fire live ammo wildly near groups of people. (Graphic)

Young man named Uğur Kurt was killed after being shot in the head with live ammo fired by police attacking the Okmeydanı weekly student protest for murdered Gezi protester Berkin Elvan.

Istanbul police staged a crackdown on members of Dev-Genç youth organization of high school students who staged the weekly march in the district of Okmeydanı today for Berkin Elvan who was murdered by police at the age of 15 during last year’s Gezi Park protests in Istanbul.

Uğur Kurt, was attending a funeral in nearby Djemevi (Alevi place of worship), when he was killed after being shot in the head by live ammo fired by police attacking the student protest.

Clashes in the neighborhood grew after police critically wounded Uğur Kurt. Riot police forces are heavily attacking demonstrators firing tear gas and water cannon’s, while the people responding to the police attack with stones and molotov cocktails. People have started a sit-in on the Darülaceze Avenue as police forces have started to withdraw from the neighborhood upon the strong reaction displayed by local people against the police brutality.

Police repression continues in Okmeydanı district in İstanbul after Uğur Kurt (30), a contract worker in Beyoğlu Municipality, was shot dead with live ammo fired by police today.
The citizen in the photo’s below was severely wounded and in intensive care right now. It has been reported that he was kept on the ground and bleeding for almost 40 minutes before being transferred to a hospital.

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Source: http://revolution-news.com/turkish-police-murder-ugur-kurt-when-shooting-wildly-at-student-protest/

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20/7/2013 #Turkey #Istanbul #Istiklal #geziparki #Ankara #Dikmen

#Istanbul #Istiklal #geziparki

18:11 Οι δυνάμεις καταστολής χρησιμοποίησαν αντλίες νερού υπό πίεση, γκλομπ, δακρυγονα και πλαστικές σφαίρες για να απωθήσουν εκατοντάδες διαδηλωτές που είχαν συγκεντρωθεί γύρω από το Πάρκο Γκεζί, στα στενά δρομάκια της συνοικίας Μπέγιογλου και στην Ιστικλάλ

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Gezi Homecoming

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Istanbul, July 9

Dear people,

Gezi Park was officially re-opened for the public yesterday afternoon. Too bad the square was closed so nobody could get there. Authorities had lined up a ridiculous amount of police in Taksim, and they didn’t lose any time to attack the people who assembled there between six and seven o’ clock. So once again, it was going to be a night of clashes.

After a month in Istanbul, you learn the basics about urban resistance. Let me fill you in.

First, organisation. Generally, people go in groups, or cells, of say six to twelve people with a certain affinity. Each cell is divided into buddies. Hook up with one other person. Look out for that person and don’t lose him or her. A number of cells together can form a cluster. These clusters may or may not have a political, social…

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In Name of the Law

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Istanbul, July 5

Dear people,

“This can only happen in Turkey,” my brother Naber said, but I’m pretty sure these things can happen in Italy as well.

A month ago, on June 6, when the people had just occupied Gezi Park after days of clashes with police, a Turkish court ruled that the entire reconstruction of the Taksim area, including the park, was unlawful. After that, they kept their decision a secret, until last Wednesday. The project violates current city protection legislation and must be cancelled. Personally, I wonder why the court didn’t rule, or wasn’t asked to rule, before they brought in the bulldozers, but hey, this is Turkey.

So all those people who defended Gezi Park against demolition, who got gassed, shot at, even killed, were actually defending the rule of law against authorities themselves. Now it’s the police who are illegally occupying Gezi…

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Reasons to Fight

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Istanbul, July 7

Dear people,

It’s not hard to predict the weather once you get to Taksim Square. Yesterday evening it was obvious straight away that there was tear gas in the air.

Police had blocked all the exits and kept considerable reserves in the park and in the square itself. For streaming purposes we took up position from one of the terraces. We saw the communists marching down Istiklal street behind a banner that was obviously inspired by the events in Egypt. “Government resign”, it said.

After the communists came the anarchists of çArşı. After them came the representatives of Taksim Solidarity. They brought the court order, which declared the redevelopment of Taksim and Gezi Park to be illegal. They showed it to the line of riot police and demanded access to the square. In response, they got showered by…

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“We don’t forget, we don’t forgive…”

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Istanbul, July 3

Dear people,

In a corner of the ‘Blue Mosque’ of Sultan Ahmed, I sit on the carpet, with my shoes in a plastic bag.  It’s one of those bags you use for fruit in the supermarket. At the entrance, a man rips them off from a roll and hands them out to the faithful.

I probably would never have come to this place if someone hadn’t taken me here, a friend of mine. She had to cover her shoulders before she went in, and in order to cover her hair she used one of the scarfs they give to the women who don’t already wear one. She doesn’t go to mosque usually. She doesn’t pray when the speaker calls for it. But she’s a Muslim. Of course she is. And her family has nothing to do with it.

This is one of the…

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The Unspeakable

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Istanbul, July 1

Dear people,

As millions of people took the streets in Egypt and millions of Spaniards finished to vote on popular democracy in a nationwide plebiscite, Istanbul celebrated the biggest Gay Pride parade in its history. It was the grand finale of LGBT week. As expected, the people of Gezi Park joined them in an extravaganza of colours, joy and rhythm, a celebration of diversity and resistance. It was a styleful conclusion of a month that people in Turkey will not lightly forget.

There had been a demonstration in Taksim the day before that had been smaller and definitely less gay, but no less significant. Some 20.000 people came to the square on Saturday night in solidarity with the Kurds who were killed and wounded in an attack in Lice. It’s maybe a thousandfold as many people as would have demonstrated before Occupy Gezi…

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#Solidarity

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Istanbul, June 29

Dear people,

The two biggest popular forums in Istanbul are Beşiktaş and Kadıköy. They host thousands of people every day. The former is a point of reference for the European side of the city, the latter for the Asian side. Both are apparently very distinct in nature, like all the districts of Istanbul. Beşiktaş is left wing with a tendency towards anarchism. Kadıköy is mixed, leaning towards nationalism. Other districts, like Üsküdar are more islamist. But the distinctions don’t end here. Some neighbourhoods are dominated by cats, some by dogs. They don’t mix. The cats have the upper hand.

One thing that people from all the districts have in common is that they love to march and chant. Last Tuesday, we walked together with a few dozen people from Üsküdar to Yoğurtçu Parkı, home of the popular forum of Kadıköy. We again voiced…

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Historical Atlas of Gezi Park

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Istanbul, June 27

Dear people,

One of my primary objectives when I arrived at Gezi Park almost three weeks ago, was to leave a map of this place, for the historical record. The reason is obvious. Temporary Autonomous Zones are highly evanescent. You have to catch them straight away.

I started my geographical explorations the day after my arrival. Almost a week later, just before the final attack began, I had only just finished mapping the last neighbourhood of downtown. If I had had more time, I could have done a better job, but the amount of data I collected was enough to create a ‘Historical Atlas of Gezi Park’, which I here proudly present to you.

The Atlas consists of six maps.

One is a general overview of the ‘administrative’ subdivisions of the park.

Two is a detailed road map of Gezi Republic with residential…

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25/6/13 -29 Ημέρες τα Αδέρφια συνεχίζουν τον ηρωϊκό αγώνα

τα Αδέρφια μας αντιστέκονται στις σφοδρές επίθεση στην #Ankara & με συνελεύσεις και διαμαρτυρίες στο #Istanbul

Nationwide protests in #Turkey after cop who killed Them Sarısülük was released.

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[Istanbul] Manifestation in the memory of Ethem Protestor murdered by a policeman that now walks free.

‘The killers will be accounted for’ ‘Against Fascism, we are united’

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En #Dikmen dispersan con cañones de agua la manif en memoria a Ethem #Ankara via @ibo_kordemirci

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Updates from #Turkey and a VIDEO gallery

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Dear Comrades,

The June Days of the massive mass mobilization in Turkey continue. Last Saturday (22.06) hundred thousands gathered in Taksim Square for commemorating martyred comrades of the resistance.

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However while people were leaving the Square peacefully at 8 pm, police once again attacked over crowds and until morning, people clashed against police. On Sunday, hundred thousands met in Kadıköy to commemorate the 20thyear of the Sivas Massacre in which Islamist fascist groups surroundeda hotel in Sivas city and killed 40 progressive intellectuals and artists by burning them who had been there for a festival.

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Rebellion. Revolution. Freedom.

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Istanbul, June 25

Dear people,

It’s pride week in Istanbul, and this time the term pride has a double meaning. On the one hand, the LGBT folk are proud to be queer, and on the other hand, after their heroic stand against police, the rest of us are proud to have them among us. Last Monday, the week kicked off with a good vibe and a swinging march through Istiklal Street. It was only a rehearsal. The big parade will be next Sunday.

Yesterday, indignation spread through Turkey as the man who killed Ethem Sarısülük with a real bullet was released, pending trial. The judge only needed a week to establish that the police officer in question acted within the ‘limits of self defense’.

It’s a dangerous precedent, because if the killer goes unpunished it may pave the way for a police officer’s ‘license to…

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24/6/13 -28 Ημέρες τα Αδέρφια συνεχίζουν τον ηρωϊκό αγώνα σε όλη την Τουρκία με συνελεύσεις και διαμαρτυρίες

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Χάρτης των συνελεύσεων σε όλη την #Istanbul

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23/6/13 -27 Ημέρες τα Αδέρφια συνεχίζουν τον ηρωϊκό αγώνα -αντιστέκονται στις σφοδρές επίθεση στην #Ankara & #Istanbul

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