A sit-in held by dozens of families against the YPG/PKK terror group in southeastern Turkey has entered its 72nd day.

Mothers in Diyarbakir province started the protest on Sept. 3 after a mother, Fevziye Cetinkaya said her 17-year-old son was forcibly recruited by the YPG/PKK through members of an opposition party.

Since then, the number of protesters is swelling outside the Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP) office. The party has long been accused by the government of supporting YPG/PKK terrorists.

They demand the return of their children, who, they claim, were deceived or kidnapped by the YPG/PKK terrorists.

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