Petition Launched To Release British Soldier Who Fought ISIS – PLEASE SIGN
A petition has been launched to release former British soldier Joe Robinson (pictured above) from custody in Turkey, where he has been detained on ‘terror’ charges. Mr. Robinson voluntarily joined the Kurish YPG in Syria, who are backed by the coalition and NATO, and then joined the Kurish Peshmerger to enter the front line against ISIS. He was also involved in humanitarian efforts in Rojavo.
Mr. Robinson, who served previously in Afghanistan, returned to the UK and recently went on holiday to Turkey. However, on entering the state he was arrested and charged with being a member of a terrorist organisation. Turkey lists the YPG as a proscribed organisation due to their close links with the Kurdistan Workers Party, the main opponent of the increasingly paranoid Turkish leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
Mr. Robinson is now being held in a cell for 23 hours a day and his girlfriend, Mira Rojkan, has also been arrested and charged for sharing pro-Kurdish material online. A petition has been launched urging Theresa May to intervene in the case and help to have Mr. Robinson released. The petition can be signed here:-
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Westmonster Dave is the News Editor of Kipper Central.
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