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Nationality  Kurdish
Name  Yekta Uzunoglu
Role  Writer

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Born  10 May 1953 (age 62) Diyarbakir, Turkey (1953-05-10)
Occupation  Writer, translator, physician, entrepreneur
Education  Charles University in Prague

Yekta Uzunoğlu (Kurdish: Yekta Geylanî) (d.1953, Silvan / Diyarbakir (Kurdish: Farqin / Diarbekir), Northern Kurdistan), doctor, writer, translator and entrepreneur.


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He studied in Paris in 1971. Uzunoglu student medicine at Charles University in Prague between 1972 and 1979 with a scholarship from Bedirhan. From 1968 to 1979 he became an activist in the resistance against the occupation by the Warsaw pogost armies of Czechoslovakia. Gustáv Husák in Czechoslovakia began to surrender the Kurdish students of South Kurdistan (Iraqi) against Saddam Hussein to Iraq in 1975 by taking advantage of the Swedish Embassy in Prague (Sweden being an impartial country to avoid being accused of anti-regime). Uzunoglu is one of the two Kurdish students who organize the hunger strike made by the embassy. On the other hand, the leader of the Kurdish Free Life Party (Kurdish: Partiya Jiyana Azad a Kurdistanê), known today as PJAK, is leader Haji Ehmedi (Hacı Ahmedi). During his study in 1976, he wrote his own writings in the "ARARAT (Agri)", the first Kurdish publishing house in Europe, which he founded illegally in Prague. Joyce publishes Blau's work in different languages.

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Yekta lived in communist Czechoslovakia as an anti-communist youth during the period of Medical Education at Charles University, Prague. At that time Vaclav Havel, who will be the first President of the Czech Republic, is involved in the political activities of the organization named "Harta 77". At the time of Havel's arrest, in 1979 he was also deported. Settled in Paris, graduated in Paris in 1982-master on "internal diseases".

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Former Foreign Minister Bernard Kouchner and a group of friends, together with the French participated in the 'Organization of Doctors Without Borders'.

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Uzunoglu was worthy of the "Research Scholarship" at the respected Pasteur Institute by the French Government. In the fifth month of his / her scholarship and the government had given him a letter of appreciation. He voluntarily joined the "Doctors Without Borders" from his founders and went to Eastern Kurdistan to help East Kurdistan (Iranian Kurds), who rebelled against the Islamic Republic of Iran at that time, and led the establishment of many field hospitals there. He is a citizen of the Republic of Turkey. He was expelled from the Republic of Turkey in 1981 due to his human services and human rights advocacy for his nation's members.

In Germany, he became a political asylum seeker. In 1983 he became one of the founders of the Paris Kurdish Institute (Institut Kurde de Paris). He also established the Kurdish Institute in Bonn (Kurdisches Institut), where he managed his administration from 1983 to 1988. During the learning stages he changed countries several times and he speaks 10 languages fluently.

The "Velvet Revolution" (the bloodless revolution that broke out in Czechoslovakia on 17 November-29 December 1989. As a result, the Communist government was dismissed) and returns to Prague. In 1990, he returned to Czechoslovak, where he founded 17 commercial companies. Since 1994, he began to have serious problems with the "Czech deep state". In the Czech Republic in 1994, the Turkish nationals carrying a false identity were attacked by armed men. They are arrested by the collaborators of illegal persons in the Czech Police Service. Uzunoglu was imprisoned and tortured on September 13, 1994. Between 1994 and 1997 he remained in custody. AI (Amnesty International) wants to start an investigation by bringing to the agenda that it is not being tried fairly. In 2007, Czech President Vaclav Havel, a 160-member figure of the Oscar-winning Zdenek Sverak, is also on the hunger strike to support his legal battle. The cases opened by the "Czech deep state" continue to be cleared in the court on July 31, 2007, because there is no evidence against the accused. After 13 years of legal struggle, it is proved that all accusations against the person are unfounded. He unlawfully opens 56 cases for the conviction, the treatment he saw in prison, and the damage he had suffered during his detention. The lawsuits that are filed will be finalized by May 2010. The highest damages on the Czech Law are received. He became the first foreigner to receive the Fratisek Friegel award, the most prestigious award of the country distributed in the Czech Republic as Harta 77 for his civilized courage (2006). The "Czech deep state" collects and publishes in their book "Expression" that they live with it.

On 21.1.2015, he is attacked at home by a person appointed by the organized force to kill him. He survives this attack and the case is still ongoing. The articles about the "deep state of the Czech" in different languages will be collected in 2017 and published in the book "Islamists Trojan Horse in Czech". Yekta is a citizen of Germany. He has three children. He lives in Prague, Czech Republic. Uzunoglu has written and translated a total of 40 books.


He has participated in editing of a Kurdish grammar book, translated parts of Bible and works of Karel Čapek into Kurdish and Kurdish poetry into Czech. He has also cooperated with the Kurdish Institute of Paris.


  • Yekta Uzunoglu: Láska u Kurdů; Země Kurdů; Legenda o Kurdech "(Kurds and love", "Kurdish land", "Legend about Kurds"), published in samizdat in years 1976-1979, (front cover)
  • Yekta Geylanî: Kurdische Alphabet ("Kurdish alphabet"), Yekta Geylanî, Bonn 1982
  • Yekta Geylanî: Der kulturelle Völkermord an den Kurden in der Türkei ("Culturall genocide of the Kurds in Turkey"), Yekta Geylanî, Bonn 1982
  • Yekta Geylanî; Thomas Bois: Kurdische Volksdichtung ("Kurdish folk poetry"), Kurdische Institut, Bonn 1986
  • Yekta Geylanî; D. N. MacKenzie: Kurdische Grammatik ("Kurdish grammar"), Kurdische Institut, Bonn 1986 - important work based on works of Celadet Bedir Khan and Roger Lescott, established Kurdish as a literary language.
  • Yekta Uzunoglu: Kurdská přísloví, ("Kurdish sayings"), Lidové noviny, Praha 1993
  • Yekta Uzunoglu: Výpověď, ("Testimony"), Akropolis, Praha 2008, (front cover , back cover)
  • V.Klaus, I.Kočárník, K.Dyba, J.Zieleniec, J.Lux, Y. Uzunoglu and others: Ekonomické perspektivy ČR ("Economical perspectives of the Czech republic"), Meridian, Praha 1993
  • Quest for Justice

    On 13. September 1994, Czech police detained Yekta Uzunoglu (subsequently the officer in charge, Josef Opava, received a fourteen year sentence as a member of the infamous "Berdych's gang"); his unlawful detention (Czech law allowed maximum 24 hours of detention) lasted nearly 72 hours without charges being laid. Afterwards, according to press statement from police officer Jiří Gregor, accusations were made of "illegal arms and drugs trading" and Dr. Uzunoglu was remanded into custody.

    One month later, the previous charges were dropped, but more charges were brought of "preparing of murders, unlawful possession of guns, multiple frauds and torture"; these accusations had been laid by "Göksel Otan", supposed Turkish citizen living in the Czech Republic.

    The case was litigated until 10. April 1995, when all accusations were proven to be false, except a count of torture. Purportedly Mr. Uzunoglu, with the help of other detainees, had tortured Göksel Otan on 9. September and then two other people (one of them his own cousin), on the date he was detained. At this time, according to court files, one of the accused persons (Uzunoglu's nephew) had been already in custody for several hours. However, even this version of the lawsuit was not accepted by the responsible court.

    Meanwhile, Mr. Uzunoglu's remand was prolonged and Mr. Uzunoglu endured unlawful mistreatment, as then minister of justice Jan Ruml later confessed.

    Later in 1996, Mr. Uzunoglu received German citizenship, although still in custody. During the ensuing trial, it was shown that "Göksel Otan" was a false identity and that a false passport in that name had been used for at least 25 years. "Göksel" admitted in court that his true name is "Gurkan Gönen". According to Ministry of interior inquiry, Gönen has been a long-term informer of communist STB and after Velvet revolution worked as an informer for cpt. Horák, policeman leading the prosecution of Mr. Uzunoglu.

    A final version of the lawsuit, literally same as the one rejected in 1995, was filed on 18. January 2000. In January 2003, the charge moved to Turkey's jurisdiction, which subsequently returned it to the Czech court 9 months later. On 25. September 2003, the Czech court stopped prosecution of Dr. Uzunoglu for humanitarian reasons, but both the prosecutor and Mr. Uzunoglu would not accept this decision; the latter demanded to be cleared of all accusations.

    On 3. March 2006, important figures of the Czech public life published an open letter called "Žalujeme" ("We accuse", similar to Émile Zola's "J'accuse ...!", which helped end the infamous Dreyfus affair in France 100 years before), namely Pavel Dostál, Táňa Fischerová, František Janouch, Karel Jech, Květa Jechová, Svatopluk Karásek, Jaroslav Kořán, Dana Němcová, Karel Schwarzenberg, Jiřina Šiklová, Věněk Šilhán, Libuše Šilhánová, Jaromír Štětina, Petruška Šustrová.

    In April 2006, Dr. Yekta Uzunoglu was presented the František Kriegel prize for civic courage.

    In March 2007, Mr. Uzunoglu started an 11 days long hunger strike against his prolonged process, and many important public figures, including former president Václav Havel, joined him symbolically for one day. On 29. March 2007, Mr. Uzunoglu was sentenced to two years in prison, which he immediately appealed, describing it as "fashizoid" justice. Amnesty International declared their support of Mr. Uzunoglu. On 31. July 2007, Prague's Court of appeals heard the appeal and finally dropped all charges.

    2012 - The trial regarding the Claire Uzunoglu's daughter Human Ethics - Consequently I am sending this article to Law Enforcement Authorities as the Incentive to initiate criminal prosecution I already know that nobody is going to investigate and as maximum I will be accused of false accusation… Look at the current state of the cesspit into which even children are thrown to rot… Definitely the unanswered question it is why exactly those persons were chosen by the Judge of the District Court of Prague-East District JUDr Alois Cihlar as to serve as experts if there are hundreds of certified experts in Czech Republic. Despite of the fact JUDr Cihlar chose those two who played an important (in positive or negative sense) role in 1990s in the case imposed on me that entered the history of the Czech Justice. Was it just a coincidence? If so, it would be an absolutely incredible and improbable coincidence!

    2015 - Attempt to kill Yekta Uzunoglu On 20.1.2015, in the night a state-wide wanted individual broke into my home and awaited my return with murderous intent. It is a small miracle that I have managed to defend myself despite that he was armed with a katana sword. It is upon the Home Secretary, the committee for safety PSP ČR, the General Inspection of Security Forces, the Public Prosecutors and the Senate’s Committee for Foreign Affairs, Defence and Security to cast a light on these matters.On 20.1.2015, in the night a state-wide wanted individual broke into my home and awaited my return with murderous intent. It is a small miracle that I have managed to defend myself despite that he was armed with a katana sword. This person fully confessed afterwards in writing and his confession was recorded on video.

    2017: Arrest of Yekta Uzunoglu in Prague

    On April 28, 2017, Yekta Uzunoglu was arrested in Prague, but the next day he was released. According to Uzunoglu himself, the Turkish Embassy in Prague is behind the initiative of the police. For more informations see press agency of Kurdistan Bakur.

    Allegations of the involvement of the Turkish government

    Yekta alleges that the police charges against him were part of a conspiracy orchestrated by the Turkish government under Tansu Çiller and former communists including former Czechoslovak foreign minister Jaromin Johanes who now lives in Turkey.

    Articles from Yekta Uzunoglu

    Analogies of injustice

    Primary human identity

    The sale of Czech L-159 light fighters/trainers in the scope of Iraqi-Kurdish relations

    Historic milestone

    Fascistoid behaviour of certain police units towards myself

    The dirty war of “the Sultan”


    KAREL SCHWARZENBERG : Turkish attacks on Kurds is an act of betrayal.


    Why should some senior officials in the Czech Police like the Kurds? Open sources SUN or MOON ?

    Praguer Ghassemlou

    Syrian Kurds standing up to ISIS: a personal account of a trip to Kobani –

    Zilhan, Nimrod’s Daughter

    Sultan Saladin

    A Dishonest Lion Will Hit Twice


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