In a special note to the Iranian Kurdistan Human Rights Watch, a former PJAK member examines the forced disappearance and death of Iranian Kurdish teenagers in the PJAK / PKK terrorist group, and provides the watchdog with specific information about them.
It is worth mentioning that all this information has been obtained from the official website of HPG, PKK’s Turkish military wing.
Name: Fatemeh Hajizadeh
Nom de guerre: Diyar Azad
Date of birth: –
Registery date: –
Date of death: 2012, Media defense areas (Qandil)
Fatemeh and her younger sister were abducted by PJAK at night in a remote village in their home. She was intended to continue and study high school, not die in PJAK caves.
As a 13-14 year old girl, she was afraid of the sound of gunfire, let alone taking up arms.
As soon as she entered the training camp, PJAK separated her from her sister, and the two never saw each other again, and both fell victim to PJAK’s ambition and selfishness.
Their parents could not go to the PJAK head quarters, and did not have the sufficient literacy rate to follow up on their fate. They had only heard the news of their daughter’s death through relatives and from the PKK / PJAK media.
Their mother died after hearing the news. She had never believed that her two daughters would be abducted and killed at almost the same time.
PJAK really destroyed this family. Her father once said to me, “Is my girl sleeping in a cave? My girls should be at home, and not in the mountains! PJAK kidnapped my girls and killed them…”