The PKK terrorist organization torched a century-old mosque in Turkey's south-eastern Diyarbakır earlier this Monday. The Fatihpaşa mosque, also known as Kurşunlu (Leaded) due to its lead-covered dome, in the city of Diyarbakır was attacked by members of the PKK terrorist organization on Monday. The PKK terrorists camped out near the fire and blocked firefighters access to the blaze, causing more extensive damage that gutted most parts of the mosque. The mosque joined the long list of historic sites that have fallen victim to the PKK. The Sur district was under curfew at the time of the incident because it has regularly been a scene of heavy clashes between terrorists and security forces. After the curfew was lifted on Friday, photos depicted the remainders of the first Ottoman landmark built in the province. The militants had also recently opened fire on the mosque, damaging its walls, doors and windows.