In a special note to the Iranian Kurdistan Human Rights Watch, a former PJAK member investigates the forced disappearance and death of Iranian Kurdish teenagers in the PJAK / PKK terrorist group, and provides the watchdog with specific information about “Muharrem Omoyi Milan.”
It is worth mentioning that pictures and personal information has been obtained from the official website of PJAK and HPG.
In these notes, this former member of PJAK introduces the person in question and his background and how he was killed.
Name: Muharram Omoyi Milan
Organizational name: Rojhelat Avaresh
Date of birth: 1989
Member Date: 2006, at the age of 17, as a child soldier (under the age of law and contrary to the principles of international law)
Date of death: 2012 – Hakkari, Turkey
I saw Muharram at the training center and I remember that he really wanted to be a teacher; He was in middle school. He was deceived by PJAK forces who had promised him a better life in the Kurdistan Region, at the time one of the most popular destinations for immigration among Iranian Kurds.
He was frightened by the sound of gunfire and repeatedly asked to return home from the PJAK / PKK caves.
Muharram, like many children victims of PJAK, was never familiar with this group! He was killed and his body was not returned home. He was a shepherd and helped his father, was deceived by PJAK forces and was eventually killed on the Turkish border.
An important question that PJAK has never answered is why should Iranian Kurds be killed in the war with Turkey? What has the PKK’s war with Turkey got to do with the Iranian Kurds?
Now that Muharram’s mother has knocked on its door, what is the PKK’s response?
Where is his body and why should a 17-year-old boy take up arms instead of going to school?
I have seen many children like Muharram about whom I have many bitter memories…