Abdullah Öcalan

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About Abdullah Öcalan

Abdullah Öcalan (/ˈoʊdʒəlɑːn/ OH-jə-lahn; Turkish: [œdʒaɫan]; born about 1947, Ömerli), also known as Apo (short for both Abdullah and "uncle" in Kurdish), is a Kurdish leader, leftist political theoretician, political prisoner and one of the founding members of the militant Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK).

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This person has authored 6 documents, with 80,756 words or 507,258 characters.

INTRODUCTION My defense is not so much based on detailed replies to the charges in the indictment prepared by the Chief Prosecutor [of the State Security Courts], but rather, is it about what I see as a more important topic: how to reach a historic reconciliation from a revolt under the leadership of the PKK and increase the possibility of a solution to the Kurdish issue. I have created an opportunity for peace to these [armed] activities that could very well be called a law-intensity war. Actually, I voiced these views for the first time as a response to President Turgut Ozal's call [for a ceasefire?]. At the historic press conference on 15 March, 1993 [where I declared the ceasefire], this is exactly what I said: "We are not... (From : TheAnarchistLibrary.org.)
Inhalt I. Preface 7 II. The Nation-State 9 A. Basics 9 1. Nation-state and Power 9 2. The State and its Religious Roots 10 3. Bureaucracy and the Nation-State 12 4. Nation-State and Homogeneity 12 5. Nation-State and Society 13 B. Ideological Foundations of the Nation-State 15 1. Nationalism 15 2. Positivist Science 15 3. Sexism 16 4. Religiousness 17 C. The Kurds and the Nation-State 19 III. Democratic Confederalism 21 A. Participation and the Diversity of the Political Landscape 22 B. The Heritage of the Society and the Accumulation of Historical Knowledge 23 C. Ethics and Political Awareness 24 D. Democrati... (From : TheAnarchistLibrary.org.)
FOREWORD The International Initiative “Freedom for Abdullah Öcalan - Peace in Kurdistan” strives not only to publish Abdullah Öcalan’s works in different languages but also to prepare brochures compiled from different books by him on specific topics. This is useful and necessary not only because it brings together the chain of argument on a specific topic spread over several books, but also because some of his works are still untranslated. Therefore, this brochure should only be regarded as a framework and cannot replace the perusal of the actual books. Öcalan has been highly critical not only of capitalism but also of real socialist practices from very early on, since the 1980s. He has... (From : TheAnarchistLibrary.org.)
Abdullah (Apo) Öcalan is the founder and leader of the Partiya Karkaren Kurdistan (PKK) or Kurdistan Workers Party, an organization the U.S. government deems to be terrorist. Born around 1948 in southeastern Turkey, Öcalan was a sometime student in political science at Ankara University in 19678, where he began to form his ideas on Kurdish nationalism. Öcalan created the PKK in November 1978, moved to Syria in May 1979, and began the current war against Turkey in August 1984. By the spring of 1998, the PKK's activities had led to more than 3,000 villages partially or totally destroyed, 27,000 deaths, and up to 3 million people displaced. Michael M. Gunter, professor of political science at Tennessee Technological University a... (From : TheAnarchistLibrary.org.)
Thinking and writing about the issue of women, means calling into question all of history and society. The reason for this is the unprecedented scale of the systematic exploitation of women. From this viewpoint, the history of civilization can be defined as the history of women’s losses. During the course of this history – the history of God and his servants, of Lords and serfs, of Industry, Science and Art – man’s patriarchal personality established itself. This was a loss to society as a whole; the outcome was a sexist society. Sexism is both an instrument of power and at the same time a weapon, that throughout history came to be employed permanently in all systems of civilization. Actually no social ... (From : TheAnarchistLibrary.org.)
Foreword Everyday life in the Middle East is dominated by numerous conflicts, which often appear strange to western eyes as they seem to elude the western understanding of ratio and logos. This is also true for the Kurdish question, one of the most complex and bloody fields of conflict in the Middle East still awaiting a solution. However, as long as we do not discuss all dimensions of this conflict equally, it will be continued and even further aggravated, thus creating new and far-reaching problems. The historical, economic and political dimensions of the Kurdish question exceed by far the Arab-Israeli conflict, which, in contrast with the Kurdish question, enjoys the attention of the international public. Knowledge about this conf... (From : TheAnarchistLibrary.org.)


April 04, 1948 :
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January 17, 2020 ; 12:21:13 PM (America/Los_Angeles) :
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