Raqqa. In the Tıl Semin district of Raqqa, Kurdish and Arab youth took action against the air attacks carried out by the invading Turkish state on the night of 19 November.Continue reading Youth in Raqqa invaded and stoned a Russian military base
Brief overview of Turkey’s current attacks on Kurdistan
After the attack on Afrin (2018) and Serekaniye (2019), Erdogan announced a new military offensive against the Self-Administered Territories of Northern and Eastern Syria (Rojava) 10 days ago. The goal is to expand the 30KM deep “security zone” south of the Turkish state border. The day before yesterday these attack plans were specified: The self-governed area of Sehba, directly adjacent to Afrin and north of Aleppo, with the city of Tel Rifaat and the multi-ethnic, majority Arab major city of Minbic, east of Kobane, were named as targets. Tel Rifaat is home to tens of thousands of people displaced from Afrin. Another Turkish attack means a major humanitarian catastrophe for the region and severe suffering for the population. It implies a definite ethnic cleansing and a consolidation of the Turkish settlement policy. Both areas have already been shelled massively with artillery in recent weeks. The day before yesterday alone, over 300 artillery shells were fired at the Sehba region. In Tel Rifaat, there have been a total of 7 drone attacks this year, yesterday a gynecology clinic was hit, and in total there have already been over 30 attacks with combat drones on the self-administered areas of northern Syria this year.Continue reading DAY X: Turkish invasion imminent – Evaluation on the current developments regarding an upcoming Turkish Invasion
We just got the message on our email from the anti-authoritarian activists who had a symbolic solidarity action in front of the Turkey embassy in Kyiv, Ukraine.Continue reading Ukrainian anti-authoritarians support Kurdish struggle [Kyiv, Ukraine]
YPJ fighters Dilar, Ronahî and Kobanê were martyred in a Turkish drone strike in Rojava.Continue reading YPJ announces the death of three fighters in Turkish drone attack [Rojava]
With our roots in the movement that built Rojava we stand firmly in solidarity with those who make up what Rêber Apo would define as “the democratic society”, or “the moral and political society”. These are the parts of society that resist the racist, patriarchal and state attacks made by capitalist modernity to homogenize the different peoples within our communities. The solidarity between the peoples that compose democratic society is one of the main pillars that built the Rojava revolution, as is self defense. If one’s community, the place where you have your roots and life is under attack, the democratic society has the right of self defense. This is paramount for our movement.Continue reading We stand with the democratic society! RiseUp4Rojava’s perspectives on the Russian invasion of Ukraine
A statement on Rojava by the Federación Anarquista Uruguaya – FAU, Federación Anarquista de Rosario – FAR, Organización Anarquista de Córdoba – OAC, Union Communiste Libertaire, Embat – Organització Llibertària de Catalunya, Alternativa Libertaria – AL/fdca, Die Plattform – Anarchakommunistische Föderation, Organisation Socialiste Libertaire – OSL, Libertaere Aktion and the Aotearoa Workers Solidarity Movement – AWSM (Aotearoa / Neuseeland).Continue reading The Rojava Revolution defended the world, now the world will defend the Rojava Revolution!
Class War 13/2021 is focussing on Rojava: “Rojava Revolution”? “Anti-State”? “Anti-Capitalist”? Or a new mystification?Continue reading Class War 13/2021: “Rojava Revolution”? “Anti-State”? “Anti-Capitalist”? Or a new mystification?
We received this statement on Rojava by email. We do not necessarily endorse all views in articles that are being submitted to Enough 14.Continue reading In support of the Rojava revolution
Sakine Cansiz, Sara, left fond memories and marks in every life she touched, also in Rojava, where tens of thousands of women follow on her path today. She was brutally killed in Paris on January 9, 2013, together with her two comrades Fidan Dogan and Leyla Saylemez.Continue reading Sakine Cansız (Sara): My whole life was a struggle [Video]