Syrian Kurdish leader detained in Prague on Turkish international warrant

Czech police arrested Salih Muslim Muhammad, 67, leader of the Syrian Kurdish PYD party, Sunday morning at his hotel in Prague. Local police said they acted on an Interpol warrant issued by the Turkish authorities. DEBKAfile’s sources report that the arrest may sabotage efforts to negotiate a truce in the fighting raging in Afrin since Turkey invaded this Syrian Kurdish enclave last month. Salih Muhammad serves the PYD and its YPG militia’s as liaison officer for their ties with the US, Russia and the Assad regime. The Turks are offering a million -dollar bounty for obtaining his arrest, after placing him on their “Red List” of wanted terrorists.   Turkey is submitting an extradition request and a Czech court will decide whether to extradite Muslim or release him.

 

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4 thoughts on “Syrian Kurdish leader detained in Prague on Turkish international warrant

  • Feb 25, 2018 @ 13:30 at 13:30
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    The real terrorist is Erdogan. He ‘s been feeding, the very bad included, islamists, AL Qaeda people, since the very beginning, and still is, this ogre. Time is come to give him a special lesson!

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  • Feb 25, 2018 @ 15:23 at 15:23
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    Arrest the wona be Hitler Erdogan and hand him over to the Kurds.

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  • Feb 26, 2018 @ 1:36 at 1:36
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    Isn’t this Administrative Abuse of the Interpol System?
    Issuing an Interpol Arrest warren’t just to rob a civilian from his freedom who speaks the truth… isn’t that a crime against humanity!

    This kurd guy should be released immediately.

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  • Feb 26, 2018 @ 3:28 at 3:28
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    SHAME on the Czechs for doing Er-DOD-an’s dirty work !

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