The recently announced anarchist militant unit in Rojava, Tekoşîna Anarşîst, has announced that they have been active in the frontline battles against ISIS.Continue reading #Syria: Tekoşîna Anarşîst on Rotating Tours at Deir Zor Frontline
Following Donald Trump’s surprise announcement that he is withdrawing US troops from Syria, we’ve received the following message from an anarchist in Rojava, spelling out what this means for the region and what the stakes are on a global scale. For background, consult our earlier articles, “Understanding the Kurdish Resistance” and “The Struggle Is not for Martyrdom but for Life.”Continue reading The Threat to #Rojava – An Anarchist in Syria Speaks on the Real Meaning of Trump’s Withdrawal
Statement by YPJ international about the agression by the Turkish state.Continue reading #YPJ International: “We defend Northern Syria and Rojava because we defend a world without fascism and patriarchy”
This article is a brief analysing of the future of Rojava in Syria in Line with the attack of Assad’s forces on Idlib’s Province. The battle of Idlib can be a crucial one for all sides who are involve especially for the regime and the Kurdish in Rojava . There are few scenarios that the Kurdish forces there and its self rule administration are facing . There is also a strong possibility after this battle the Kurdish question there can be on the top of Assad and Russia’s agenda to be resolved either way.
We don’t necessarily agree with everything in this article. But we reblog it because we think there are some important points in this piece.
A 108 pages PDF document about the Syrian revolution. Written by revolutionary prisoners in Korydallos prison.
Statement by Kurdish-Speaking Anarchist Forum (KAF) about the aggression by the Turkish state against Rojava.
Statement by Anarchis communist group Yeryüzü Postası on the Turkish military aggression against Afrin, Rojava.
Statement about the Turkish military agression against Afrin (Rojava) by Devrimci Anarşist Faaliyet (Revolutionary Anarchist Action, DAF).
Critics respond to Roy Gutman’s special report on the Syrian Kurdish militia.