Lost in PJAK: Kemal Muhammadi (Part 4)

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 Kamal Mohammadi.

It is worth mentioning that all this information has been obtained from the official website of PJAK and HPG.

Name: Kamal Mohammadi
Organizational name: Zana Kaveh – Zana Mahabad
City: Mahabad

Date of birth: 1990

Date of membership: 2006 (at the age of 16, as a child soldier and in violation of the principles of international law and human rights)

Date of death: 2011 – Sert



Zana Kaveh, a member of the Gorg tribe, was deceived at a very young age and was recruited by PJAK.

He, “Ali” and “Farman” were children who were always seen next to Kalkan and Kochero (nephew of Abdullah Ocalan), who kept young boys near them as escorts.

He, who had studied only until the third grade, was not very social; He was also well acquainted with the martial arts of karate.


The three children, tallying along with Kalkan, had different destinies.

Ali fled; Farman escaped after an unsuccessful attempt to assassinate Kalkan, and finally, Zana Kaveh…. He was killed…


During the years of PJAK / PKK membership, he had to carry the backpack of others around. This was not in line with his youthful spirit and pride.

He himself insisted on being sent to Botan and Gabar, where Zana was also killed, a place with the highest probability of being killed in the war with Turkey.

His body and burial place are as obscure as those of thousands of PKK / PJAK members.

His family is still waiting for him; But the PKK / PJAK never responded to his mother’s tears…

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