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Tamam Erdogan, Time To Go!


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Erdoğan, the tyrant of Turkey who funds jihadists in Syria and kills Kurds, will be in the UK on an official state visit IMMINENTLY. Will you pledge to be out on the streets protesting UK weapons sales and collusion in Turkey’s war on Kurds?

We will be protesting outside Downing Street on Tuesday when he is due to meet with Theresa May.

Turkish dictator, Recep Tayyip Erdogan is visiting London, Tuesday 15th May, ahead of the Turkish elections. Seeking respectability, Erdogan, who, as head of state, is allegedly responsible for the deaths of thousands of Kurdish civilians and should face arrest but failing that, should face the BIGGEST wall of protest!

Millions of Turks and Kurds have been taking to twitter to tell Erdogan to go, after he made a speech saying "When the Turkish people want me to, I will go". Millions responded with the hashtag 'T A M A M' (Okay, go then!)

Join us, in solidarity with the people of Turkey and Kurdistan to reinforce that message and to call on the UK govt to Stop Arms Sales to Turkey.

This event is called by the Kurdish Assembly UK, Kurdish Students Union, Gik-Der, Kurdistan Solidarity Campaign and others to be confirmed......


For more information: https://www.facebook.com/events/1823000468003488

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