PKK leader vows retaliation for detention of Kurdish deputies

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Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) leader, Murat Karayilan gives a speech on April 25, 2013 in the Qandil mountain, the PKK headquarters in northern Iraq. Kurdish rebels announced they would on May 8, 2013 begin withdrawing from Turkey into their safe haven in northern Iraq amid a peace drive between Ankara and the rebel movement. AFP PHOTO STR / AFP PHOTO / -

 

As a crackdown carried out by the Turkish government against the Kurdish political opposition continues, Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) leader Murat Karayılan vowed in a video message on Friday to retaliate on all fronts.

Karayılan said the attack by the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) against the Kurdish people, as he called it, would deepen the war. “We can give the necessary response on all fronts, and we will,” the top commander of the terrorist PKK stated.

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