Following the ongoing talks with the families of the victims of the PKK / PJAK crimes, the Human Rights Watch of Iran has arranged a conversation with the father of Siamak Ahmadi, a member of PJAK.
It seems that the PKK / PJAK train does not intend to stop for the death of Kurdish children and youth.
The approach of militant groups such as PJAK in the use of children in war is contrary to their commitment under the Geneva Convention not to use children under the age of 18.
Perhaps the deception and abduction of Kurdish teenagers, youth and, of course, children, and then arming and using them for the purposes and interests of the leaders of militant groups such as PJAK and the PKK, is the only achievement and gift of those claiming to defend the rights of the Kurdish people.
In fact, this is a human rights violation that these groups are constantly insisting on.
While violence is despised around the world and issues are resolved through diplomacy, dialogue and dialogue with other human beings, PJAK, the PKK branch, continues to promote violence to target more Kurdish youth. Send to death.
Most of these children (under 18) are abused, threatened with drug addiction, or paid money.
Because children are so easily influenced, they are also easily trapped by the PKK. For example, they are kidnapped or deceived on the way to school, or they persuade a poor family to provide for their children for a small fee.
The PKK, on the other hand, can easily achieve its goals by sacrificing children, because children have less perception of disaster on the battlefield than adults, in other words, they are bolder.
Sometimes they do dangerous things that adults are not willing to do. They spy, or carry explosives easily.
One of these children is “Siamak Ahmadi”.
The full text of the conversation with Pard Siamak Ahmadi is as follows:
My son has not been in contact with us for about two or three months. He did not tell us where he was at all, but it has been almost three months since Siamak called and we have not heard from him since. He hung up quickly, as he called us without his superiors approval.
As much as I said, where are you now, Siamak? Are you in Iran? Iraq? He said “I can not tell you where I am!” He did not say where he was, but every once in a while he would call and ask how his family was, and that’s it
On the other hand, his brother Diako, who was killed on July 11, 2019. My wife later had a stroke and lost both of her kidneys last fall.
Siamak and Diako left together only a month apart, in 2015, first Diako left, and Siamak left a month later, on a Wednesday night.
I looked for them in many places, and reported them missing to the authorities, but there was no news of their whereabouts.
All I know is that even though he calls once in a few months, sometimes once every five months, once every six months, it is the same, he greets me, asks us how we are doing, and then remains silent for the next few months
The numbers he uses cannot be responded.
But the only thing I know and he himself told me that he was injured three times (his leg was injured), once he was injured in his leg, once his hand and I think after Diako died, he was injured again by a plane attack and it seems that one of his legs was seriously injured without recovery. He told us this himself, otherwise we would not have known!
He did not say a word whether he is in Iran now or somewhere else! He says nothing! May God overthrow PJAK, because they make the children of the people miserable and take them away, we do not know where he is at all!
Well, how are we? I rent a fifty square metres old house, I had a wife who was sick for seven years and then she had died, I also had a daughter, of whom I could barely take care of because of my condition.
I still sit 24 hours a day watching satellite TV and networks, and I have even seen a photo of Siamak, but I have not seen any recent ones for several years.
Once we had no news for nearly six months, we said maybe he was killed like his brothers, we even tried to hold a funeral for him then, but other family members said to wait for him again that he might be alive, and he called 7 months later.
Without my sons and my deceased wife, I had to marry someone else to not remain miserable and alone. I am handicapped and struggle to take care of my basic daily needs.
My daughter got married, and I remain by the phone alone.
I do not know where he is and what he is doing! But as much as I think I know that he has not left and is still there, because if he had separated, he would have come home or told me so!
Several times we talked, I told him to leave Siamak there, I am alone, come back to me, but he always answers the same: “God forbid, they will execute me! He says no!”
I told him of other boys that have returned and started a new life. There are many that managed to escape and live in our district.
“Diako was in front of me when he died. I will not return for a hundred years, what can I do ?! It’s over and my life is gone!”
That is what he says, and then hangs up.