Rojava

The explosion point of ideology in Kurdistan – VP & GEH

Refusing the police interpretation of history as well as a bartering style of geopolitics, this text proposes to study the reasons for the unanimous enthusiasm for “the Kurds” (that is to say, prosaically the PYD, and its armed wing, the YPG) within the French left.
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International Communist Party - Kurdish Nationalisms, Counter-Revolutionary Instruments in the Middle East Powder Keg

A brief history and introduction to the kurdish nationalist movement by the International Communist Party.

Proletarian internationalism and the war in Syria

An anti-criticism by Fredo Corvo

Edinburgh Antifascist Action: Statement On Banner Drop In Solidarity With Afrin

On the 28th of March, 2018, members of Edinburgh Antifascist Action dropped banners on a bridge facing the Edinburgh Leonardo factory, which manufactures combat helicopters for the Turkish state, in solidarity with the Kurdish people. The banners read “Hands Off Afrin” and “Leonardos Kills!” Their statement on the action is reproduced here.

Is the defense of Afrin proletarian internationalism?

A critique of two articles published by the International Marxist Humanist Organisation by Fredo Corvo.

A personal account of Rojava - Anonymous (from Lions of Rojava website)

Rojava Map

An eyewitness account of life in the cantons of Rojava under the PYD, transcribed from the now-censored Lions of Rojava recruiting website for foreign fighters

A propos de l’agression de l’armée turque sur le canton d’Afrin (Rojava)

Commentaires de Tristan Leoni (auteur de la série de textes « Califat et Barbarie ») publiée sur https://ddt21.noblogs.org/?page_id=1906#comment-4276

About the Turkish army’s aggression on the canton of Afrin (Rojava)

Tristan Leoni’s comments (who is the author of the series of texts “Caliphate and Barbarity”) published in French on https://ddt21.noblogs.org/?page_id=1906#comment-4276

Caliphate and barbarism: the final struggle?

As we do regularly with texts which we do not necessarily claim neither the totality of contents, nor the militant dynamics or the programmatic body of their authors (whether they are collectives or individuals), we reproduce (for the moment only in French) on our blog the new article of Tristan Leoni on the Islamic State and the Syrian-Iraqi conflict, originally published on the blog DDT21 Douter de tout… | Douter de tout… pour tenir l’essentiel [DDT21 Doubting about everything… | Doubting about everything… to hold the essentials].