Why don’t we skip the hashtag I’m Komila too?

The normalization of groups opposed to the Islamic Republic and the Iranian nation in cyberspace this time came to Komali’s party. The people of Kurdistan have suffered more than all the people of our country from this alleged democratic party. Therefore, albeit bitter, the tragic review of the Komali party members in Kurdistan. The biggest reason to oppose this normalization.

Isnables: after spending several months of strife in the community; The normalization of some parties and groups by opponents of the Islamic Republic and the Iranian people has begun in cyberspace. The scenario of normalization began with SAVAK, and this time it reached the “Kumli Party.” Some users supported this terrorist group by publishing their photos with the hashtag #Who_Kumli_Istam. On the other hand, a number of users and other Kurdish citizens in our country promoted the hashtag #Crimes_of_Kumleh and told the stories of the crimes of this terrorist group. In this report, we will answer the question, why do we stand against the normalization of the Komli party and why is this group considered a terrorist group?

Comly Formation History

The Komala terrorist group announced its existence by 10 people at the same time as the victory of the Islamic Revolution in 1957 and entered the political atmosphere of the Kurdish regions of the country. But this group was not able to provide a suitable social base for it among the people, and this is one of the reasons for the illegality of this class.

According to historical documents and evidence, Komle’s activity dates back to the winter of 1957. Before the victory of the revolution, there is no document proving that this group existed during the monarchy’s oppressive regime and fought against this regime together with the people. Even after the victory of the Revolution, there is no name Komlé. Accordingly, given the occurrence of the 1957 revolution and the creation of a power vacuum in the Kurdish regions of the country, this group misused the space that was created, especially in the city of Sanandaj, and by creating chaos and insecurity, it tried to establish a communist regime. The government is establishing Mao’s teachings in this city.

Abdullah Muhtadi is the general secretary of this party and one of the founders of Komli. He is the son of Rahman Muhtadi of the Khanate of Bukan District. Abdullah Muhtadi continued his studies in Tehran and in this city he became acquainted with Marxism and became a Marxist person and later worked as Secretary General of Komala and the Iranian Communist Party in the sixties and seventies and today as Secretary General of Kurdistan Komala. group from Iran.

From the very beginning, Komli initiated destructive actions against the Islamic Republic and launched an armed struggle against the Islamic Revolution. Among the crimes of this group are terrorism, terrorizing people, confiscating and burning government property, and attacking military barracks.

Why don't we skip the hashtag I'm Komila too?

Abdullah Muhtadi, Secretary General of the Komali Party

Clan Manjur and the Comly Crime

The first case is the crime committed by the Kumli Democratic Party against the Manjoor tribe in July 2018. The Manjoor tribe was a large tribe living in several villages in the southwest hills of Mahabad. The members of this tribe were not willing to cooperate with the Democratic Party and took up arms from the government to protect their security and the security of the region when they took the sheep to graze in the mountains.

The Democratic Party warned them that all weapons must be surrendered. The people of the tribe were not satisfied with this. On July 4, DPP militants surrounded the Manjore tribe headquarters. The people of this tribe resisted and prevented them from taking their weapons by casting some of the martyrs and the wounded. The next day, the Kumla militants captured some women and children of Manjur’s tribe and put them in tanks looted from the Mahabad garrison so that the Manjur could not fire on the Komla militants. The Mongols had to retreat and many of them were martyred and 23 captured. In the aftermath of this attack, the attackers entered the homes of the Mongolans and ransacked their homes.

They cut off his head with a mosaic

Martyr Mustafa Chamran, as one of the members of the delegation sent to Marivan, recounted the incident of July 23, 2018 as follows: “25 local Kurdish guards live in the city of Marivan and they have a house in Marivan. Their only fault is that they believe in the Islamic revolution in Iran and do not want to support leftist parties On July 23, 1958, hundreds of militants from the leftist parties entered the city of Marivan and surrounded the guards. They killed half of them and wounded the rest. One of the wounded guards was beheaded with a mosaic and his body was dragged on the sidewalks and rooms. A large pool of his blood was pink everywhere. They blew out the mouths of the guards with grenades and burned their beards, his body was burned with cigarette fire and his head was cut off with a mosaic.

Martyr “Dara Khan Bushi” was a guard whose head was cut off with a mosaic. His companions say about his martyrdom that he had a great spirit all the time they were surrounded and they did not leave the slightest fear in his heart. Hand-to-hand combat began. The enemy tried with all his might to capture Dara Haya until he was captured. The members of Komli’s group burned his entire body with cigarettes and inflicted many wounds on his body with a spearhead because of their hatred for him. Finally, after brutal torture, he was tessellated and dismembered.

Why don't we skip the hashtag I'm Komila too?

Old fortune martyr

Attack on Village 4 in the morning

“Mohammed Rahim Hamwiyesi”, the commander of the resistance base of the village of Dolab Sanandaj in 1960, tells the story of Komala attack on this village as follows: “When Komala learned that a large number of our forces had gone to the training school and our men were few, they took advantage of the opportunity. They attacked Dolab village at 4 a.m. All the village men present in the village surrounded the village with weapons in their hands. A violent dispute began, gunfire, attacks, etc. were heard from all sides of the village. The whole village was filled with terror. Fearing the counter-revolution, the old men and children hid And the women in their animal pens. Those who had the ability to fight took up arms and stationed themselves in important parts of the village. The number of Komli forces was great. Our troops were martyred one by one, and blood was spilled in the back alleys of Dulab village. In this struggle, which lasted from the hour 4 in the morning until 7 in the evening, 18 people from the village of Dolab and two people from the Basij were killed. Even the people of the village did not have time to collect the bodies from inside the alleys. We could not do anything, the counter-revolution seized part of the village and if we do not take action, it will surely take over d over the whole village.”

He suggested some books about the Comley crimes

Kianush Golzar Ragheb is one of the authors who has written several volumes of books about the Komli crimes. He is one of the fighters who spent 14 months in Komli prison. After his release and in the following years, he was able to write his memories in the book “Shanam”. The book “Barada Sur” is written by this author and recounts the memoirs of “Yada .. Khodadad Mutlaq” by a teacher who was arrested in Komala in 1959. Another book by this author, “Asrhai Kriskan”, is the memoirs of “Amir Saeedzadeh”, one of the editors held by Komali for more than from 6 years.

Why don't we skip the hashtag I'm Komila too?

Kriskan is a district in Mount Sanjak in Iraqi Kurdistan, which was the headquarters of the Democratic Party of Iran. Saeedzadeh spent four years in captivity in the Karskan region. And because most of the events took place in that region, he chose this name for the book.

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