In 16th March of 1988, in the chemical weapon attacks by the warplanes and helicopters of Iraq’s Baas Regime that were lead by Saddam Hussein five thousand Kurds, mostly children, women and old people, were killed and from 7 to 10 thousands of them were wounded. Ramazan Öztürk was the person who, with his photo named “Silent Witness”, made known the massacre that was ignored by the world. Öztürk told us about the period and his experiences.
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In the Çeltik Village of the Siverek district of Şanlıurfa, an armed group belonging to the İzol tribe raided the homes of a family belonging to the same tribe on June 15, killing Zozan İzol and his wife Hakkı İzol and Meral İzol and his son Musa Serhat İzol.