Kurdistan Workers’ Party – Wikipedia

Kurdistan Workers’ Party. The Kurdistan Workers’ Party or PKK (Kurdish: Partiya Karkerên Kurdistanê‎) is an organization based in Turkey and Iraq.

Headquarters: Qandil Mountains

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The PKK suffered a major blow in 1999 when its leader, Abdullah Ocalan, was arrested and jailed for treason. In March 2013, he called a ceasefire and urged PKK forces to withdraw from Turkey. But that ceasefire broke down in July 2015.

Kurdistan Worker’s Party PKK | The Kurdish Project

The PKK’s ideology was originally a fusion of revolutionary socialism and Kurdish nationalism which was intended to be used as the foundation of an independent, Marxist–Leninist state known as Kurdistan.

Kurdistan Workers’ Party | Kurdish militant organization

The Kurdistan Workers’ party, or Partiya Karkeren Kurdistan (PKK), is a militant Kurdish resistance organization in Turkey. It was formed to protect the rights of ethnic Kurds.

PKK Terrorism

The Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) is an armed terrorist organization, listed as such by the United States and the European Union. Founded in 1974 and assuming paramilitary functions in 1984, the Marxist-Leninist and separatist PKK has used violence and terrorism in pursuit of Kurdish secession from the Republic of Turkey.

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PKK Is Not a Terrorist Organization. They’re Fighting ISIS

The Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) was formed in Ankara, Turkey, in 1978 for the purpose of achieving, through armed struggle, an independent Kurdistan. The PKK has killed civilians, bombed tourist sites, and executed deserters and dissidents; it is directly or indirectly responsible for thousands of deaths in Turkey and elsewhere.

Turkey’s Fight to Shut Off the Flow of PKK Finances

The Kurdistan Workers’ Party (Partiya Karkerên Kurdistani–PKK) is one of the most notorious terrorist groups to emerge in the late twentieth century.5 Since the PKK …