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A cause for violent protest
action comes as Kurds prepare to celebrate the annual springtime festival of Newroz on March 21, a holiday that carries heavy political undertones for Kurds around the themes of resistance and oppression. The activist s protests are empty of thought, seeing only the surface and not the substance. The anarchists who destroy property do not do so and face the consequences, instead they run and cause harm to others.
The conflict has increasingly spilled over into Germany, home to large Kurdish and Turkish minorities. In the minds of people, the violent protestors are labeled hooligans, anarchists, and extremists. Roja Ciwan told DW that they are journalists and have nothing to do with attacks on mosques or other institutions. Martin Luther King. Germany is home to 3 million people of Turkish origin. Fear is what keeps us on our toes. Instead, King believed in nonviolent direct action as a tool to advance the cause. It took me only one day to realize what I had done. Fear, although annoying at times, is an emotion and a tool that helps us all. Protestors believe that their actions are defensible, when in fact they are illegal and immoral. Activists and extremists have taken to the streets of numerous cities to let their voices be heard. Kurds in Germany have been protesting Turkey's military offensive against the Kurdish-held Afrin region in northern Syria since the operation started on January.