In the beginning of 2017 we established the bases of Internationalist Commune of Rojava, working and organizing a new generation of internationalism to challenge capitalist modernity. Since then, different people from several places had been working on this project, sharing perspective, ideas, and practical work, making the internationalist commune grow in a physical and in a ideological way. In this months, we learned better which is our place in Rojava, how we can support to expand this revolution, and how we can organize ourselves for fulfill our duties as internationationalists in this revolution.
Image by The Internationalist Commune.
Continue reading #AvakirinaKomin: Building the Internationalist Commune of #Rojava
Some anarchists and libertarian Marxists oppose the concepts of national self-determination and national liberation. They argue that these slogans deny class struggle, endorse nationalism, is contrary to anarchist principles, and lead to Leninism. I respond to these arguments, saying that anarchists should be in solidarity with the people of oppressed nations without endorsing their nationalist leaders.
Continue reading Wayne Price: National Self-Determination, Internationalism, and Libertarian Socialism
Dozens have been injured or detained as the German police attacked the Kurds joining a centralized march in Dusseldorf against AKP fascism and German state’s criminalization of Kurds and democrats.
Continue reading German Police Attack Kurds Against Fascism Demo in #Düsseldorf
Invitation to 1 November World Kobani Day.
Image: World Kobane Day gathering on November 1 in Madrid, 06:00pm (18:00) at Tirso de Molina. Continue reading Call for Global Day of Action 1 November World #Kobanè Day 2017
Statement by the Kurdish-Speaking Anarchist Forum (KAF): No to State, No to war. Yes for self-administration and the Social revolution.
Continue reading Statement by the Kurdish-Speaking Anarchist Forum (KAF)
German police banned a demonstration against state terrorism in Turkey. Originally the demo was planned to take place on April 8th in Mannheim, Germany. Its not the first time German police banned a demonstration against Erdogan’s terror regime.
Continue reading #Germany: Cops Ban Solidarity Demo For Kurdish Movement in #Mannheim
The demands also include an end to the isolation and torture of other political prisoners.
Turkey’s political prisoners from the Kurdish Worker’s Party and Kurdistan Women’s Liberation Party started a hunger strike on Wednesday, joining fellow strikers in three other prisons to demand the release of their leader Abdullah Ocalan, who they say is suffering from illegal isolation and torture.
Continue reading PKK Prisoners Around Turkey Start Hunger Strike to Free Ocalan
We met and interviewed a person who travelled to Rojava to be a volunteer in the Peoples’ Protection Units (YPG). We present this interview anonymously, as wished by the person interviewed.
Continue reading Experiences in #Rojava: Interview with an anarchist #YPG volunteer
Kom News editors Giran Ozcan, Josef Yusuf and Mehmet Aksoy discuss developments in Korukoy village in the kurdish region of Southeastern Turkey.
Image: Korukoy village in Nusaybin’s Kurdish region, southeast Turkey has been under siege since February 9th, 2017
Continue reading Podcast: What Is Happening In Kurdish Village #Korukoy Under Siege?