Monday, October 4, 2010

HRK: 3 Iranian Revolutionary Guards killed and 2 other wounded

Friday, 01 October 2010

QENDIL, Defence Regions of Medya, -- The Eastern Kurdistan Defence Forces (HRK) declared that they have confronted the Iranian Revolutionary Guards on 29th September.

HRK stated that; “The Iranian Revolutionary Guards initiated a new operation in the regions of Shaho, Ciwanro and Palingan on 29th September. Clashes between our Defence Forces and the Iranian Militaries occurred as a result of the operation.”

“Within the framework of self-defence our forces defended themselves. As the result of this confrontation, 3 Iranian Revolutionary Guards killed and 2 other wounded,” HRK added.

According to the reports the clashes started at 9.15 am and ended at 3 mp.

It’s also reported that in the regions of Shaho, shelling started following the confrontation and it is still continuing. The operation ended at 3.30 mp.

HRK is the military wing of the Free Life Party of Kurdistan (PJAK), founded in 2004 as the result of the systematic and continuous oppression of the Kurdish nation by the Iranian government. PJAK upholds the libertarian ideology of Apoism which advocates an ecological-democratic society with gender equality. PJAK’s main goal is to democratise Iranian system and to create a democratic con-federation for the long- oppressed Kurds.

Its initial objective is to limit and change the authority of the Islamic Republic of Iran and to democratise it in four fundamental areas; the nation, society, citizenship and to evolve the state into a self-governing institution able to deliver public services and to maintain public security.

For the past 6 years PJAK has been the most influential organisation of the Kurdish population in the Eastern Kurdistan and has the strongest popular support in this part of the Kurdistan. Three particular dynamics forces namely women, students and the youths have been increasingly joining PJAK with the aims of transforming their society. Women constitute more than 48% PJAK’s membership from the bottom to the leadership of the organisation.