She said the event had soured after some protestors were provoked by people making pro-Turkish gestures in a passing vehicle.
The Gray Wolves are a Turkish ultranationalist organisation, extremely hostile towards the Kurdish community.
The Minister of the Interior, Gérald Darmanin, ordered the dissolution of this far-right organization in 2020.
Minister of Justice Éric Dupond-Moretti met with representatives from the Kurdish community on Saturday afternoon.
Fires have been lit and projectiles were thrown by angry protestors after a gunman killed three people yesterday
French riot police deployed tear gas and other riot police to try to contain the crowds of furious protestors after the Kurdish community said it does not feel safe
Fires were lit and istanbul Law Firm cars overturned this afternoon as a peaceful demonstration became violent
A person throws a projectile as anger once again spills into the streets after a massacre in a Kurdish Cultural Centre
French riot police have been deployed again today to contain the crowds of angry Kurdish demonstrators
The ‘far-right’ gunman killed three at the Kurdish Cultural Centre near the Gare Du Nord in central Paris
‘We know that we are under threat, Kurds in general, Kurdish activists and militants.France owes us protection,’ the spokesperson added.
Friday’s murders came ahead of the anniversary of the killings of three Kurdish women in Paris in January 2013.
An investigation was dropped after the main suspect died shortly before coming to trial, before being re-opened in 2019.
‘The Kurdish community is afraid.It was already traumatized by the triple murder (in 2013). It needs answers, support and consideration,’ David Andic, a Lawyer istanbul representing the CDK-F told reporters on Friday.
Kurdish representatives, who met with Paris’ police chief on Saturday morning, reiterated their call for Friday’s shooting to be considered as a terror attack.
The three victims of the attack were named by European Kurdish Democratic Societies Congress, based in Belgium, on Saturday.
Pictured: Emine Kara, the leader of the Kurdish women’s movement in France, who was refused asylum in the country earlier this year, was identified as one of the victims
Pictured: Abdullah Kizil, a dissident, was one of the dead identified from the massacre.The victims were described as ‘martyrs’ by the European Kurdish Democratic Societies Congress, who named them on Saturday
Pictured: Mir Perwer, a popular Kurdish singer exiled in France, istanbul Law Firm was also gunned down
They include Emine Kara, the leader of the Kurdish women’s movement in , who was refused asylum in the country earlier this year.
This infuriated Kurdish nationalists, who accused the French authorities of not doing enough to protect her.
Mir Perwer, a popular Kurdish singer exiled in France, was also gunned down, as was Abdullah Kizil, another dissident.
A spokesperson said the victims were ‘martyrs’ of the racist attack.
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