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Abbiamo vinto oggi a Kobane, vinceremo domani in tutto il Kurdistan!


riportiamo il comunicato del gruppo anarchico DAF di Istanbul tradotto dalla Commissione Relazioni internazionali della FAI.

Abbiamo vinto oggi a Kobane, vinceremo domani in tutto il Kurdistan!

Per 130 giorni, il cuore della Rivoluzione del Rojava ha continuato a battere a Kobane.
Per 130 giorni, la gente ha resistito per la sua vita attraverso l’autorganizzazione e la volontà.
Per 130 giorni, le donne hanno portato avanti la lotta per la libertà.
Per 130 giorni, e non solo a Kobane e a Suruc, ma ovunque e chiunque in questa regione si è sollevato. I confini sono stati demoliti e la solidarietà ha unito tutti.
Per 130 giorni, Kobane ha accresciuto la speranza, non solo contro l’ISIS ma anche contro Assad, l’UE e la Repubblica Turca, contro i media che ripetavano “Kobane cadrà”, contro il capitalismo e lo stato.
Dopo 130 giorni, il popolo resistente è libero.
Kobane ha resistito per 130 giorni contro confini che dividevano le vite, contro assassini che distruggevano le vite, bande create dagli stati. Le terre libere di Kobane hanno fatto nascere la resistenza, fiorire la speranza, iniziare una nuova vita.
La vittoria della resistenza è sorta oggi dalla collina di Mistenur, Mekteba Res e Memite, e Kania Kurda.

Oggi le bande che gli stati hanno creato per i loro interessi scappano via dalle rovine che loro stessi si sono lasciate dietro a Kobane.
Mentre l’eco della vittoria della resistenza rieccheggia per le strade libere di Kobane, la convinzione della libertà sorge dalle stesse rovine nelle strade.
Come diceva il compagno Durruti ” Non abbiamo paura delle rovine”. Oggi e domani, a Kobane e in ogni altro luogo, noi sappiamo che una nuova vita può sorgere dalle rovine.

Biji Serketina Kobane!
Lunga vita alla vittoria di Kobane!

DAF-Devrimci Anarsist Faaliyet

(Azione Anarchica Rivoluzionaria)


qui sotto foto dalle manifestazioni di oggi a Istanbul

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  1. Aldo Briganti says

    BBC DEL @ FEBBRAIO >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Kobane: Inside the town devastated by fight against IS
    By Quentin Sommerville
    BBC News, Kobane
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    The BBC’s Quentin Sommerville in Kobane: “Destruction is everywhere”
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    Islamic State

    What is Islamic State?
    Why is IS so violent?
    Can IS be defeated?
    Rare visit reveals ‘brutal’ IS
    At the edge of Freedom Square, in the centre of Kobane, you witness the full cost of the stand taken here against the Islamic State (IS), and it is humbling.

    Looking east, the devastation is near complete. Every building, home, shop and street is ruined.

    On a wall, above the collapsed lecture theatre of the city’s cultural centre, an IS sniper, Abu Tarab, has written in Arabic a promise to the town: “Blood, blood, beheading, destruction.”

    IS delivered on part of his promise, but not fully. Kobane is broken, but it is not beaten.

    The last word goes to the Kurds. Underneath the IS graffiti, a fighter has written: “Kobane is the graveyard of the Islamic State.”

    A few yards away the corpses of three IS fighters rot beside the crater from a coalition airstrike. The force of the blast tore them to pieces – a skull lies in the gutter.

    Destruction in Kobane (January 2015)
    Much of Kobane has been razed to the ground by the fighting
    Mortar bomb in Kobane (January 2015)
    Throughout the town heavy steel mortars, many still live, can be seen rusting in the streets
    Graffiti in Kobane (January 2015)
    A graffiti war-of-words between the two sides adorns walls in the town
    Danger all around
    For months IS and the Kurds faced each other, sometimes just yards apart.

    There are still plenty of dangers here. Throughout the town, heavy steel mortars, still live, are rusting in the streets.

    Almost comically, a tailfin protrudes from a wall or a pavement. IS may be gone, but it is not safe for people to return yet.

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    “These streets tell that with foreign help IS can be defeated, but only at great sacrifice”
    It is the Kurds who are left standing, some with trophies from the fight.

    I meet one fighter who proudly unfolds an IS flag from his jacket. He tells me the jihadists used car bombs, packed with explosives to target Kurdish checkpoints.

    More than 40 car bombs in total, “that’s more than they used in Mosul”, says another man.

    From the same Iraqi city, the militants brought heavy weaponry, artillery and tanks, for the fight here.

    Hundreds of Kurds died in the battles, but more than 1,000 IS fighters perished.

    Destruction in Kobane (January 2015)
    Months of fierce fighting have given way to an eerie silence in the town
    Destruction in Kobane (January 2015)
    Artillery bombardment and street-by-street clashes have left few buildings intact
    Kurdish gravestones in Kobane (January 2015)
    This bleak, makeshift cemetery has become a resting place for fallen Kurdish fighters
    Most of its people fled Kobane. Those who stayed draped curtains across the roads, to hide out of sight of IS snipers.

    Throughout the fighting, enduring the cold and the dark, Rahima and her 12 children and grandchildren would not leave.

    “We faced difficulties,” she said. “We were hungry, we were thirsty but we are no different from the fighters.

    “They stayed, and we stayed – we were in the basement, when they had food they shared it with us. It was hard, but thank God, we knew we would win.”

    Her grand-daughter, Leyla, sits up proudly, when I ask her if she was afraid.

    “Those who haven’t seen the evil that took place here, will see it now,” the 12-year-old said.

    “Kurdish officials didn’t abandon us. We are going to school now. And we are very happy because we will be able to go back to our villages. They liberated our lands,” she added proudly.

    Heavy price
    There is silence now in the town and what is left of its streets, with only occasional gunfire underlying the fact that Kobane is at peace.

    Destruction in Kobane (January 2015)
    Kobane will require a huge re-building effort
    Kurdish fighters in Kobane (January 2015)
    Kurdish fighters are now consolidating their hold over the town
    But driving the IS from here came at tremendous cost. Hundreds of coalition airstrikes have flattened most of the town.

    And the IS did not go far, they are less than five miles (8km) from here. So while Kobane has been liberated, the fight against the militants goes on.

    In the west, between buildings that were once under construction, a graveyard for Kurdish martyrs occupies the mud.

    Plastic flowers stand brightly and on the headstones are the names of the dead carefully written in green paint.

    Destruction in Kobane (January 2015)
    Most of the population fled the advancing IS forces, but some families who stayed managed to survive
    Two small girls play nearby. They giggle and laugh, and sing a song, “the fighters are coming, the fighters are coming”, over and over again.

    I head east, closer to the front lines, Here the Kurdish fighters are young and determined. But still on three sides, they are nearly surrounded by the IS.

    “The town has been liberated. It’s a big victory. But the bigger win will be to free all the villages around Kobane,” a fighter says.

    “We will never allow a single IS fighter to survive in Kobane, in any villages and anywhere in our land.”

    Back at the green gate, by the railway line that separates Syria and Turkey, the sound of coalition aircraft can be heard overhead.

    It is dark and there is low cloud, but suddenly, four loud and distant explosions. On the frontline to the west, the war against IS continues.

    It is a war for which the battle for Kobane will be remembered. These streets tell, that with foreign help, IS can be defeated – but only at great sacrifice.

    Kobane map

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