A group carrying photos of the PKK’s leader gathered to celebrate the festival of Nevruz in Frankfurt, Germany. In recent weeks, in a series of racist decisions, Germany has repeatedly cancelled Turkish Ministers scheduled meetings. But it continues to embrace terrorist organizations.
Freedom for terrorists in Germany
In a country where police don’t interfere with terrorist marches, terrorist sympathizers behave freely.
In Frankfurt PKK supporters used the spring festival of Nevruz as a pretext to display banners of Abdullah Öcalan, head of the terror organization.
A ban in words only
Following harsh criticism from Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, relating to its support of the PKK and ‘FETO’ terror organizations, Germany banned the display of photos of Öcalan and other symbols relating to the PKK. German press reported that the ban was written into a five page article sent to security units and states from the Federal Internal Affairs Minister on 2 March.