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Kurdish leader arrested at the behest of Turkey

02 March 2018

The operation "Olive Branch" was launched on January 20 to clear PYD/PKK and IS terrorists from Afrin in northwestern Syria, Anadolu news agency reported.

It said Turkey had informed the French authorities that their statement showed a "lack of candour" and made the error of "misinforming public opinion". "They don't have the right to make such claims against me, accusations against me", said Muslim.

According to the Turkish General Staff, the operation aims to establish security and stability along Turkey's borders and the region as well as protect Syrians from oppression and cruelty of terrorists.

"This decision is very clearly a decision in support for terrorism", Deputy Prime Minister Bekir Bozdag told reporters in Ankara.

On the Yandere front, eight terrorists, including Turkish soldiers, were killed by the Kurdish People's Protection Units (YPG), allied to the so-called Syrian Democratic Forces.

Glynn suggested that Turkey's status as a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation country and as the guard of the "frontiers of fortress Europe" against the entry of more refugees from Syria meant that European states were "careful not to annoy them".

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"Turkey, to me, is becoming an increasingly fascistic state, so a European country acting on their behalf in this way is really worrying". It is traditional this way, as the proceedings have only started.

Glynn met with Muslim at the time, and said that he represented an ideology of hope, of cooperative democracy, and of an emphasis on equality in the region.

The lawyer said that the extradition process could take a month or even half a year.

"Municipal Court's decision, the Czech Republic violated none of its global and legal commitments, including those linked to the European convention on extraditions", the Foreign Ministry said.

The Turkish Armed Forced used the term "neutralized" to describe capturing terrorists dead or alive, or those who have surrendered to Ankara forces. The precise nature of the allegations and evidence against him remain unclear, though the state-run Anadolu news agency reported charges against him include damaging public property and national unity, premeditated murder and transporting unsafe materials. He is suspected of involvement in a March 2016 bombing in Ankara that caused 37 fatalities.

The court had also issued an arrest warrant for Muslim and requested that Interpol issue a red notice against him.

Kurdish leader arrested at the behest of Turkey