KNC Office Assaulted in Kobani

During the commemoration ceremony in Kobani, organized to honor Late Barzani after 45 years since his passing, a PYD-affiliated armed group disrupted the ceremony.
Office Furniture of KNC burnt as the result of the attacks. (Photo: Kurdistan 24)
Office Furniture of KNC burnt as the result of the attacks. (Photo: Kurdistan 24)

ERBIL (Kurdistan 24) – On Friday, a PYD-affiliated armed group attacked an activity of Kurdish National Council (KNC) which was organized to commemorate the death of Late Barzani.

During the commemoration ceremony in Kobani, organized to honor Late Barzani after 45 years since his passing, a PYD-affiliated armed group disrupted the ceremony.

The group insulted the Kurdistan flag and Kurdish symbols, and destroyed all the furniture in the office.

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On January 25th of this year, the KNC also urged the PYD to release Ekrem Hussein, a member of the General Board of the KNC, who had been reportedly abducted by a group linked to the PYD.

Over time, numerous supporters of both the KNC and PDK-S have fallen victim to kidnappings by armed groups, with their offices often being targeted or burned by forces aligned with the rival PYD party.