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A group of members and vice president of HUDA PAR paid visit to celebrate the Eid al-Fitr of convicts’ families for Islamic Cases and martyrs’ who were slain by PKK and JITEM (gendarmerie intelligence unit)
A group of member and vice president of HUDA PAR Aydın Gok paid visit to celebrate the Eid al-Fitr of convicts’ families for Islamic Cases and martyrs’ who were slain by PKK and JITEM.
Paying some visits on the occasion of Eid al-Fitr vice president of HUDA PAR Aydin Gok wished that, “Eid al Fitr brings blessings upon Islamic Ummah, humanity and people of Batman.”
Relatives of martyrs and convicts expressed that they were really pleased with this visit and wished success to HUDA PAR in its works.
Gok also devoted close attention to the children of martyrs’ and convicts’ and gave them pocket-money.
Speaking about his visits, “We have bittersweet joy of feasts because of the plight of Islamic Ummah. Despite to all sadness we haven’t neglected our Feasts as a mean of worship.” Gok said that,” Howsoever we have our feasts in bittersweet happiness, Islamic Ummah feels very dejected, this feast was a given right granted to us by our Lord in consideration of our fasts, prayers and good deeds so we have to perform this day as a worship.”
“The ones who work to rectify the society caught between two fires”
Indicating that, after the declaration of the Republic people of Kurdistan Land had unjust treatment; Gok said that, “As we all remember the years of 90s. At those times people suffered a lot. Oppressed people caught between the fire of state and outlawed organization. At those times there were people tried to rectify people. This community tried to rectify people to the best of their ability. They struggled for their cause. We know good people of those times had suffered a lot. Almost at every family some people either martyred or forced to migrate or put into jails.”
“People fought for glory of Islam suffer from grievance”
Adding that, “Thus, a group of people fought for the glory of Islam. And grievance of those times hasn’t ended. We can all have these grievances even now so we have to ask after each other all the time. Those people who fought for Islam had suffered a lot and most of their grievances haven’t ended. There are people young people who were sentenced for lifetime imprisonment. There are inmates whose parents or children die. So this is an essential duty for us to take care beloved ones who are left behind by these proud people. So, to perform our duty, today we visit their families.”
After these visits Gok and other attendants also celebrated people’s feast in the city streets. (ILKHA)