„Turkish prosecutors to investigate academics over Erdoğan petition“
All Turkish nationals named in the protest, which was also signed by foreign intellectuals including Noam Chomsky, could face jail if convicted. Lesen Sie den Beitrag von Matthev Weaver in „THE GUARDIAN“.
„Chomsky hits back at Erdoğan, accusing him of double standards on terrorism“
US academic says Turkish president – who has condemned leftwing critics for ignorance – has been aiding Isis, which he blamed for bomb attack on Istanbul. Ebenfalls ein Bericht von Matthev Weaver in „THE GUARDIAN“.
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Academics for Peace: We Stand by Our Signatures
Academics for Peace have announced that they stand by the signees and their signatures on the declaration “We will not be a party to this crime”. They have re-expressed their demands for peace and have announced that they would launch the judicial process against the defamations and the threats.
Academics: We will not be a Party to This Crime
1,128 academics from 89 universities in Turkey, and over 355 academics and researchers from abroad have signed a text calling on state of Turkey to end state violence and prepare negotiation conditions.
Die Seite der Akademiker für Frieden (derzeit offenbar nicht erreichbar): http://barisicinakademisyenler.net/