The Union of European Turkish Democrats (UETD) was vandalized in Germany

The branch of the Union of European Turkish Democrats (UETD) was vandalized by alleged supporters of the terrorist organization, the PKK, who spray-painted insults targeting the association and broke windows. It was the eighth similar attack targeting UETD branches across Germany this year, and follows an attack at the same branch six months ago.
Mustafa Yeneroğlu, head of the Turkish parliament’s human rights committee, said:
“It should be questioned why there isn’t public outrage when there have been eight attacks in one year against an association appreciated by the public, a democratic association operating in 15 European countries, an association calling for social peace and harmony. This attack by a group banned by Germany and under the surveillance of German authorities indicates that Germany has failed to sufficiently combat such groups and on the contrary, provided a feasible ground for such groups to carry out attacks openly.”

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