Rojava

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].

We have a huge political responsibility

Arthur on the ambivalent relationship between the local population and the SDF. After defeating Daesh, the real challenge will be to establish democratic confederalism.

We had concluded an agreement with the Islamic State

Upon an agreement, the SDF let IS leave Mansoura.

Two comrades downed by the snipers of Daesh

Arthur about facing the harsh reality of war.

An unexpected gift

The unit of Arthur is entering Mansoura, and he is carrying a new responsibility on his back.

Integrated in a tabûr of Kurdish "cadros"

After his accounts of the YPG training camp, Arthur tells us about his first experience as an YPG-fighter involved in the liberation of Mansoura.

About imperialist support to the YPG-YPJ

Arthur explains that the American "support" to the YPG-YPJ should be considered as an objective alliance. The YPG-YPJ are perfectly aware that the US consider them as a tool to fight Daesh.

Commemorating July 19: sailing in the rivers of the history of revolutionary movements

Today, July 19, it’s been five years since the autonomy of Rojava was declared. The revolutionary process that has been developed and expended since then brings worthy learnings for the whole world, and we want to commemorate this date from the Internationalist Commune of Rojava.

International volunteers: ideal and reality

The international volunteers join the YPG-YPJ forces with very different motivations, a few are even former soldiers who wish to pimp up their CV. Arthur Aberlin explains why their engagement as YPG-fighters is still a valuable support to the social revolution.