Monday, April 26, 2010

Iranian Forces Shot a 15 Year Old Kurdish Child

Iranian Forces Shot a 15 Years Old Kurdish Child
Monday, 26 April 2010 17:21
The state terror and the mass killing of the Kurdish nation by the occupying powers of Kurdistan do not even exclude the Kurdish children.
A Kurdish child identified as Arol Ogur was shot dead by the Iranian Military Forces while he was crossing over the pseudo-borders of Northern and Eastern Kurdistan (Turkey-Iran). Another Kurdish youth who was working on the border was seriously wounded as the result of the shooting.
According to the Dicle News Agency, 15 years old Arol Ogur from the village of Balcokloye from the province of Van in the Northern Kurdistan (Turkey) along with another Kurdish boy identified as Ozan Ogur, 25 years old came under the fire by the Iranian Military forces while they were crossing over the border. As the result of the fire shot 15 years old Arol was dead on the spot and Ozan was seriously wounded.
The report said that after the shooting and arresting of the workers the Iranian Military Forces shot all the horses that were used by the workers working on the border.
On the one hand the Iranian Regime forces Kurdish people into unemployment and the consequent poverty, on the other hand it will offer them jobs as collaborates and in mercenary positions. Those who refuse to undertake these jobs are deemed to suffer poverty or forced to work as what the Iranian Regime calls smugglers on the border.
"I refused to work in Military Corps, I refused to work as a collaborator or in mercenary positions, I could not stand up taking up arms against my people, I could not stand up committing treason against my people, and thus I forcefully decided working on the borders to make the livings since I have 4 children. But the Iranian Military Forces label us as smugglers and they shoot us as soon as they spot us on the borders. I'd rather to be killed than to commit treason and take up arms against my people, Ako Mani, a Kurdish worker said"

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