“The Leadership says “a woman fighting in Kurdistan means the creation of a country worthy of respect and love.” How else could a woman be described, how else could one explain a fighting woman? No other words could define a country nourished with the blood of goddesses …
Living through a glory, there are no words that do this resistance justice. Some things are not meant to be told about, they are either lived by those who are brave enough, or they are misunderstood by on-lookers.
Yes, it is a road that many people are afraid of setting out on, but there is no death on this path, there is no despair or lovelessness. On this path, there are historic love stories left to us from Goddess Inanna. One of the passengers of this road and one of those who burned with the love of truth like the 4th butterfly is martyr Amargi Zîlda.
Amargi Zîlda was born in 1995 in Malazgirt, where Murat flows the fiercest. Realizing that she could take nothing from the schools of the system, Amargi left school at an early age. After dropping out of school, her search for freedom pulled her to the path of truth. She sets out to join the freedom guerrillas but fell into an enemy ambush and meets with the dungeons at an early age.
After being released from prison, Amargi continued her search for freedom. In 2019, she fought on the mountains of freedom with Commander Şevin Bingöl where they were confronted by enemy forces. Commander Şevin Bingöl and her warrior Amargi Zîlda fought selflessly until their last bullet.
Amargi Zîlda had left for a new beginning. On this road she met people, people who she described “as beautiful as the bow’s touch on violin.” She managed to be one of the people who met immortality in death and gifted her being to all of humanity.”
NC// Reşit Artuş