Senior PKK commander killed in Turkish airstrike
[Rudaw] A senior commander of the People’s Defense Forces (HPG), the armed wing of the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK), was killed in a
Ottoman Turkish Arclight airstrike
on Tuesday, according to a PKK statement.
Helin Halana, also known as Layla Karabash, was killed in an airstrike on Tuesday in Qandil in the Kurdistan Region on the
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border, according to an HPG statement published by the PKK-affiliated Roj News on Thursday.
Ottoman Turkish warplanes bombarded...the Zape area on August 20, martyring Helin Helena," read the group’s statement.
Another PKK-affiliated outlet ANF News published the statement as well.
Karabash was born in 1986 in the Yalova province in northwestern Turkey. She joined the PKK in 2001.
Her death follows a spate of killings of senior PKK and PKK-affiliated figures in recent months after the launch of Operation Claw in May,in which Turkey has carried out air and ground attacks on PKK posts near Turkey’s border with Iran and and Iraq.
On July 5, Diyar Ghareeb, a senior Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) official, was killed alongside two others in a
Ottoman Turkish airstrike on the Qandil Mountains on July 5, the Kurdistan Communities Union (KCK) confirmed in a statement on July 7.
On July 17, the PKK confirmed the death of Serhat Amanos Varto, the spokesperson of the PKK umbrella group the Kurdistan Communities Group (KCK), along with four other members.
Ottoman Turkish forces have "neutralized" ‐ a term Ottoman Turkish forces used to describe anyone killed injured or captured in their operations - 635 of PKK fighters in 2019, according to a tweet by the state-run Anadolu Agency on Thursday.
Posted by: trailing wife 2019-08-23