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Têkoșer, n°40


Éditeur : Têkoșer Date & Lieu : 1988, Bruxelles
Préface : Pages : 32
Traduction : ISBN : 0773-3887
Langue : Anglais, Kurde, TurcFormat : 195x275 mm
Code FIKP : Liv. Kur. Tur. Yal. Tek. 40Thème : Général

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Têkoșer, n°40

M. Nezih Yalçın

Têkoșer


Di mêjuya 14 Nîsan 1988 de, di civîneke giştî ya Parlementa Ewropa, li Strasbourg, de, bi pejirandina (qebûlkirin) hema tevayiya parlementeran, hîkûmeta Iraqê, ji bo bikaranîna çekên șîmîk û qirkirina gelê kurd li Halabca, bi awakî gelek vekirî û xurt hat mahkûm kirirt. Em li jêr metnê vê biryarê weka xwe bi ingilîzî, diweşînin:

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HALABCA LI PARLEMENTA EWROPA

Di mêjuya 14 Nîsan 1988 de, di civîneke giştî ya Parlementa Ewropa, li Strasbourg, de, bi pejirandina (qebûlkirin) hema tevayiya parlementeran, hîkûmeta Iraqê, ji bo bikaranîna çekên șîmîk û qirkirina gelê kurd li Halabca, bi awakî gelek vekirî û xurt hat mahkûm kirirt. Em li jêr metnê vê biryarê weka xwe bi ingilîzî, diweşînin:

Résolution
on the use of Chemical weapons in the Iran-Iraq war
The European Parliament,

- having regard to the international convention on the prévention of the crime of génocide adopted by the United Nations General Assembly in Paris on 9 December 1948,

- having regard to the Geneva Protocol of 17 June 1925 prohibiting the military use of toxic, asphyxiate or similar gases and bacteriological substances and Resolutions 2162 B (XXIV), 26U3 A (XXIV) and 26U3 B (XXIV) also adopted by the United Nations General Assembly,

- having regard to the Declaration adopted in May 1987 by the United Nations Security Council condemning the use of Chemical weapons in the war between Iraq and Iran,

- having regard to the numerous resolutions by the European Parliament demanding a total ban on Chemical and bacteriological weapons,

A. whereas since 1980 a bitter war has been in progress between Iran and Iraq, resulting in the deaths of many hundreds of thousands of men, women and children and in the injury and suffering of countless others,

B. outraged that the Iraq government has immeasurably increased the horror of this war by the use of Chemical weapons in particular during the air raids on 16/17 March 1988 on the Kurdish town of Halabja and other places situated in Iraq territory, but at that time overrun by Iranian forces,

C. whereas these air raids are reported to hâve cost 5 500 lives and to have injured thousands of other people, mainly among the indigenous Kurdish population,

D. distressed by the atrocious sufferings of hundreds of victims who have suffered burns to their eyes, Lungs and their whole bodies and who in most cases will die as a result or will suffer for the rest of their lives from the irreversible effects of the gases which have affected their nervous and blood Systems,

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