Syrian Kurdish leader freed by Czech court, calls Turkish charges false
The former co-chair of the Syrian Kurdish PYD, Saleh Muslim, was set free by a Czech court Tuesday, declaring that the Turkish allegations against him were false. He was arrested at his Prague hotel Saturday against an international warrant filed by Turkey. Muslim pledged to the Czech court to remain in the European Union pending further proceedings. He told reporters he had not decided where he would go next, although he had a residency permit in Finland.
7 thoughts on “Syrian Kurdish leader freed by Czech court, calls Turkish charges false”
Put Pigdogan in jail as he placed thousands of Turks in jail,And he is killing Kurds.Down with Erdogan the wonna be Hitler.he is the worlds number one trouble maker
The Turks lied??
He can return to Syria just do not fly over Turkey as pig erdogan can arrest you
99% of the time the Czechs are good.
Long Live the Czech Republic!
Revoke turkeys right to (ab)use the europol system. Clearly Only real democratic countrys can use it responsibly.