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Book on female guerrillas banned by a Turkish court � Signalfire


Book on female guerrillas banned by a Turkish court � Signalfire: İstanbul 6th Criminal Court of Peace suggested that the book on gender roles in the lives of 11 female guerrillas spread ‘PKK propaganda,’ and ordered the seizure of the book and the ban of its sales and distribution.

The book was first published in October 2014 and was republished for 7 times in one and a half years.

In the book, Demir looks for answers to questions such as ‘Why did you join the guerrilla?’, ‘How do the traditional roles for women and men manifest themselves in the mountains?’, ‘Why women adhere to Abdullah �calan?’ and ‘What do you think about love?’ through the personal experiences of women from different regions who joined the guerrilla ranks on different dates.

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