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KADEKCongress for Freedom and Democracy in Kurdistan
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THE day I met Kadek he was sitting on the well-worn black saddle of his 50cc Yamaha, shades perched on his nose and obligatory Djarum smouldering on his bottom lip.
Then in November 2003, KADEK dissolved itself and supposedly created a new, even more moderate and democratic organization tentatively called the Kurdistan Peoples Congress (Kongra-Gel).
Several militant organisations have carried out violent attacks in Turkey in recent years, including the Kurdistan Workers' Party and its successor KADEK.
Since then it has been largely inactive, retreating into mountain strongholds over the border in northern Iraq, and changing its name to KADEK, having long abandoned Marx and its original goal of breaking off the southeast to create an independent Kurdish state.