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Antifa Enternasyonal: Time to defend the revolution! [Rojava]

Rojava. Stating that an alternative to the capitalist system has emerged with the 21st century women’s revolution in Rojava, Firaz Dağ from the Antifa Enternasyonal organization stated that Turkey targeted this alternative with its attacks on Northern and Eastern Syria, and said, “It’s time to defend the revolution.” Against Turkey’s attacks on Northern and Eastern Syria and Southern Kurdistan, reactions from the international ground and the Kurds continue. 

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Youth in Raqqa invaded and stoned a Russian military base

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.

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YPJ announces the death of three fighters in Turkish drone attack [Rojava]

YPJ fighters Dilar, Ronahî and Kobanê were martyred in a Turkish drone strike in Rojava.

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Aleppo: The Syrian Government Denies Basic Foodstuffs to Kurdish Neighborhoods

Aleppo. Syria. More than 200,000 people in Sheikh Maqsoud and Ashrafiyye neighborhoods are suffering to secure their food necessities under the blockade imposed by the regime forces.

Image above: Members of the Syrian regular army at the “Al-Awarid Military” checkpoint at the entrance to the Sheikh Maqsoud and Ashrafiyye neighborhoods, which is one of the military points that the residents of the neighborhoods accuse of restricting and preventing the entry of basic food supplies. Credit: ANHA.

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War in Ukraine: Ten Lessons from Syria – Syrian Exiles on How Their Experience Can Inform Resistance to the Invasion

In March 2011, protests broke out in Syria against the dictator Bashar al-Assad. Assad turned the full power of the military against the ensuing revolutionary movement; yet for some time, it appeared possible that it might topple his government. Then Vladimir Putin stepped in, enabling Assad to stay in power at a tremendous cost in human lives and securing a foothold for Russian power in the region. In the following text, a collective of Syrian exiles and their comrades think through how their experiences in the Syrian Revolution can inform efforts to support the resistance to the invasion in Ukraine and the anti-war movement in Russia.

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Building alternative futures in the present: the case of Syria’s communes

“We are no less than the Paris commune workers: they resisted for 70 days and we are still going on for a year and a half.”

Omar Aziz, 2012

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Northeast #Syria: Armenian Battalion Warns Against Neo-Ottoman Expansionism

The Armenian battalion “Şehîd Nubar Ozanyan” in Northeast Syria points out Turkey’s role in the Armenian-Azerbaijani conflict and warns of a possible war to the detriment of all peoples.

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Revolutionary echoes from #Syria – Conversations with two anarchists from #Aleppo

Aleppo. Syria. The discussion below reflects an overview of the conditions  experienced by individuals who are trying to liberate themselves from the system of social hypocrisy and the mentality of subordination. Our experience is still fragile, a newborn.

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DAF: Statement on #Syria War and Refugee Crisis of the State

The long-awaited developments began to happen In Idlib where is the last point of the war and also the last point of the djihadist gangs supported by TAF were stucked. The troops of the TAF were attacked by aerial strike on the night of 27 February to 28 -shortly before the “ultimatum” that T.C gave to the Syrian Army to withdraw from the places it took in Idlip- According to official figures, 34 soldiers died as a result of this airstrike, It was carried out by Syria according to T.C sources.

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