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Kurdish children jailed in Turkey under anti-terror law
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1.       Roswitha
4132 posts
 28 May 2010 Fri 02:43 am

Latest news today:

 

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/world/europe/10145351.stm

2.       Jeth
33 posts
 28 May 2010 Fri 04:30 am

if you try to understand this quotes, no need to speak about them anymore..

 

´´Most of them detained for taking part in anti-government protests, under a law banning any show of support for the outlawed Kurdish Workers´ Party, or PKK.´´



Edited (5/28/2010) by Jeth

3.       lady in red
6947 posts
 28 May 2010 Fri 09:23 am

If you try to understand this word

 

children

 

then there is.



Edited (5/28/2010) by lady in red

4.       thehandsom
7403 posts
 28 May 2010 Fri 10:45 am

 

Quoting lady in red

If you try to understand this word

 

children

 

then there is.

 

They wont understand that.

They would rather prefer to talk about Palestinian children..  

5.       barba_mama
1629 posts
 28 May 2010 Fri 10:52 am

 

Quoting thehandsom

 

 

They wont understand that.

They would rather prefer to talk about Palestinian children..  

 

 {#emotions_dlg.applause}

6.       SuiGeneris
3922 posts
 28 May 2010 Fri 11:07 am

 

Quoting lady in red

If you try to understand this word

 

children

 

then there is.

 

 Being children gives them the right to stone police officers? I dont get your idea... They would be put to "Islahevi" -i dont remember the english word for that- for them to be a better person. This is the ideal way..

 

But if the officers in those places are abusing the children, then this is not right aswell.. But this is how it should be, PKK is a terrorist organization, children or adult, who supports them should be punished, and thaught they are on the wrong side of the border.... 

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7.       barba_mama
1629 posts
 28 May 2010 Fri 11:24 am

As a child we have all did stupid things. I stole some candy once. Not the smartest thing, and I wouldn´t do it as an adult. As an adult, I would get punished for stealing. As a child, people understand it was just plain stupidity. Your parents scream at you, you go back to the shop with a feeling of shame, and ask the shopkeeper for forgiveness.

 

It is not said that these children who are in jail are all there for throwing rocks or molesting policemen. They are there for being part of a protest... this means, walking on the street and shouting. I´m sure some of them also threw rocks, but you have no idea if all of them did this. But wether or not they did, the minimum sentence for this, perhaps just walking and screaming, is 5 years.

 

This is just crazy. 5 years of a child´s life.... You ruin his or her future forever. Do you think that when they get out of that hell-hole, where they grew up amongst criminals, they will be happy people? They can never build up a peaceful life. If you want to fuel terrorism, keep throwing kids in jail. Works like a charm.

8.       thehandsom
7403 posts
 28 May 2010 Fri 11:32 am

 

Quoting barba_mama

As a child we have all did stupid things. I stole some candy once. Not the smartest thing, and I wouldn´t do it as an adult. As an adult, I would get punished for stealing. As a child, people understand it was just plain stupidity. Your parents scream at you, you go back to the shop with a feeling of shame, and ask the shopkeeper for forgiveness.

 

It is not said that these children who are in jail are all there for throwing rocks or molesting policemen. They are there for being part of a protest... this means, walking on the street and shouting. I´m sure some of them also threw rocks, but you have no idea if all of them did this. But wether or not they did, the minimum sentence for this, perhaps just walking and screaming, is 5 years.

 

This is just crazy. 5 years of a child´s life.... You ruin his or her future forever. Do you think that when they get out of that hell-hole, where they grew up amongst criminals, they will be happy people? They can never build up a peaceful life. If you want to fuel terrorism, keep throwing kids in jail. Works like a charm.

 

+10000

They are not ashamed of putting children in jail as long as those children are Kurdish children..

And they still insist as if THIS is a normal thing! And then they wonder why we have ´Kurdish problem´ and that also explains what ´the Turkish problem´ is..

9.       SuiGeneris
3922 posts
 28 May 2010 Fri 11:40 am

 

Quoting barba_mama

As a child we have all did stupid things. I stole some candy once. Not the smartest thing, and I wouldn´t do it as an adult. As an adult, I would get punished for stealing. As a child, people understand it was just plain stupidity. Your parents scream at you, you go back to the shop with a feeling of shame, and ask the shopkeeper for forgiveness.

 

It is not said that these children who are in jail are all there for throwing rocks or molesting policemen. They are there for being part of a protest... this means, walking on the street and shouting. I´m sure some of them also threw rocks, but you have no idea if all of them did this. But wether or not they did, the minimum sentence for this, perhaps just walking and screaming, is 5 years.

 

This is just crazy. 5 years of a child´s life.... You ruin his or her future forever. Do you think that when they get out of that hell-hole, where they grew up amongst criminals, they will be happy people? They can never build up a peaceful life. If you want to fuel terrorism, keep throwing kids in jail. Works like a charm.

 

The text can write "protest", but how?  for the last few monthes they are turning into streets like a war area... There are making what they are doing with video records...

 

you are too far away to be able to understand the issue.. it is not simple like you think.. its not jail where they will be put... it will be the "islahevi" where they will be with other children...

 

10.       SuiGeneris
3922 posts
 28 May 2010 Fri 11:42 am

 

Quoting thehandsom

 

 

+10000

They are not ashamed of putting children in jail as long as those children are Kurdish children..

And they still insist as if THIS is a normal thing! And then they wonder why we have ´Kurdish problem´ and that also explains what ´the Turkish problem´ is..

 

 

This has nothing to do with being kurdish... this is related to Terrorism... you have start understanding the difference... as long as there people exists like you, offending anything done regarding to their being kurdish... we cant make a single cantimeter movement or achievement...

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