A few days ago, a terrible bomb shook the Lebanese capital and left many homeless. In addition to killing more than 150 people, several thousand were injured. Some people also went missing. Many, including Kurdish activists, spoke and wrote about sympathy for the Lebanese people and called for an investigation. Expressing sympathy is right and humane.
On the other hand, we have witnessed the killing, wounding and disappearance of tens Kurdish children, adolescents and young people by the PKK / PJAK, but to the surprise of Kurdish activists, they act as if nothing has happened. The number of killed and missing Iranian Kurds in the PKK / PJAK is higher than similar cases in Lebanon, but deadly silence dominates the case. This double standard of Kurdish human rights activists is clear to all.
Ismael Azadikhah, the son of Osman and Aisha from Saqqez in Kurdistan province, is among dozens of Kurds who were killed by the PKK / PJAK, was killed on November 14, 2014 in Sinjar, and his family is still unaware of his possible burial.
The question is why not everyone, including Kurdish human rights activists, wants an investigation into these missing persons and victims of the PKK / PJAK?!