Although dissolved in November, this Turkish group with violent actions remains closely watched, after an attack in Lyon in April.
More than five months after the dissolution in the Council of Ministers of the “de facto group called Gray Wolves”, the State remains vigilant over the activities of this Turkish group with violent methods, some members of which are said to have once again been talked about on the 3rd. April in Lyon.
On November 4, the decree of dissolution described a “paramilitary and ultranationalist movement founded in 1968 in Turkey, present in several European countries“, With”several homes“In France and”involved in several violent actions having the character of armed demonstrations in the street“. Finally, one of its leaders conveyed “on social networks an ideology tending to discriminate or even provoke violence against people of Kurdish or Armenian origin».
Although dissolved, would the Gray Wolves continue their actions, as the recent episode in Lyon suggests? This is what the local Kurdish community affirms and, from sources close to the file, the facts are attributed to a commando of ultra-nationalists.
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