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TENKİL MUSEUM BELGIUM-LİMBURG EXHIBITION

TENKİL MUSEUM BELGIUM-LİMBURG EXHIBITION

Belgium’s Limburg State has become the third leg of the Tenkil Museum exhibitions. The items and the stories that are regarded as symbols of persecution were exhibited in the Tenkil Museum, which was started in the Old Palace of Justice in Limburg. The museum remained open from Friday, November 1, 2019, to Sunday, November 10, 2019. In two separate conferences, victims across Belgium and Europe talked about their stories. Amnesty International organized a petition campaign for the losses in Turkey during the program.

GENOCIDES IN THE OLD PALACE OF JUSTICE

The Tenkil Museum Exhibition was held between 1-10 November 2019 in the exhibition hall of the Old Palace of Justice in Hasselt, the capital of the state of Limburg, Belgium. Two conferences were held in the old court. A petition campaign was carried out for victims in Turkey with the support of Amnesty International and two panels, throughout the exhibition.

 

ANCIENT HALLS WITNESSED THE HISTORY OF GENOCIDE

While the victims of the genocide period, who participated in the opening program held on November 1, talked about what they went through, the visitors could not hold their tears. Zeynep, who walked 12 km with her prosthetic legs to pass to Greece, delivered her story in Dutch. Stating that she encouraged her father and mother, Zeynep said she had succeeded in the difficult journey with the belief that she was in a ‘Migration’. Teacher Rana, who was imprisoned when her baby was a month old, had emotional moments while talking about those days. Stating that her baby felt sick and that the doctors in the ward treated her, teacher Rana said they had no other goal than raising ideal people and serving humanity. Nihayet Dinç, the wife of Halil Dinç who was the author of the poem “I Crossed the Ev ros”, and died of a brain hemorrhage after passing to Greece, was also at the opening of the Tenkil Exhibition. “My husband was killed,” said Dinç, and talked about the pressures that dragged teacher Halil to death, one by one.

 

LIMBURG CLOSING CONFERENCE: ‘I PAID THE COST OF BEING WITH THE GOOD’

The Tenkil Museum Limburg exhibition closed with a conference on Friday, November 9, 2019. Journalist Tuncer Çetinkaya, who was imprisoned for nearly two years and who was not allowed to be treated despite his illness, summed up the period. Çetinkaya said, “I am not complaining about what I went through. Being at the side of the good had a cost, and I paid its price. ” Teacher Mümine Açıkkollu, the spouse of teacher Gökhan Açıkkollu, who died in torture due to torture, could not control her tears while talking about what they had experienced. “The pain comes in a row and is so big that you can’t even cry. My husband died in prison. While we were still in this shock, we faced the imposition of his burial to the traitors’ cemetery. We are carrying on with our legal struggle for my husband. Please know the value of your loved ones while they are alive,” she said. Fatih Yaşar, who was the only one to survive the capsized boat incident where 7 people died in the river Evros, said he had decided to go abroad after experiencing a pressure in the country that made no sense to him. Having difficulty in narrating the tragedy of crossing the river, Yaşar underlined that he could not rejoice for his survival.

 

 

The event is finished.

Date

Nov 01 2019 - Nov 10 2019
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