On Monday, a woman whose daughter was abducted in Germany by the PKK terrorist group paid a visit to a sit-in demonstration against the PKK in southeastern Turkey.
Maide T, a German woman who recently joined the anti-PKK sit-in, said she came to support her daughter.
Since her daughter was kidnapped, she has been demonstrating against the terrorist group for 93 days, she told media agencies.
She stated that she is continuing a protest that she began in Europe in order to support and be supported by the Diyarbakir mothers.
She emphasized that the mothers' fight against the terrorist organization began in Diyarbakir, and that she felt obligated to come here. The fact that this place got up and running set an example for us all. I hope that these examples will be followed in the future.”
Families in Diyarbakir province have been demonstrating for 651 days, urging their children who have been kidnapped or forced recruited by the terror group to relinquish their guns and surrender to Turkish police.
Three mothers stated their children had been forcibly recruited by terrorists, prompting protests outside the opposition Peoples' Democratic Party (HDP) office in Diyarbakir. According to the Turkish authorities, the HDP has ties to the PKK terrorist group.