The current Turkish regime has been regularly accused of sponsoring Daesh (Isis/Isil) and other jihadi groups in Syria. One of the main reasons for this behaviour has been Turkey’s opposition to a feminist social revolution taking place on the Syrian-Turkish border – one which it has sought to undermine by any means necessary. But despite Ankara’s best efforts, this revolution is not going away, as a new report reveals.
To read more, including the full report by the Committee for Diplomatic Relations of Kongreya Star, on the social revolution taking place in Rojava (West Kurdistan), click here.
(Note: Kongreya Star is keen to receive support – humanitarian and financial – to help consolidate the social revolution in Rojava – to find out more on how to help, contact the Committee for Diplomatic Relations of Kongreya Star; Komiteya diplomasi ya Kongra Star: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Note: here is an updated copy of the Kongreya Star report.