Monday, 16 May , 2022

Syrian Kurds

The US is betraying the Kurds all over again

The Kurds rolled back ISIS – now the West has abandoned them By Tim Black 18th December 2018 Since the Islamic State lost its two strongholds of...

US, Turkey risk direct military clash as they escalate war in...

By Barış Demir 8 November 2018 As it pursues its war with US-backed Kurdish-nationalist organizations, the Turkish government is threatening an outright military occupation of...

Is The Turkish Attack On Afrin Intended To Split The U.S.-Kurdish...

February 6, 2018 The successful Syrian army operation to liberate Abu-Duhur airbase left a large enclave (pink) controlled by al-Qaeda and ISIS fighters in east-Hama....

US escalates war for annexation of Syria

By Bill Van Auken 25 January 2018 In its first National Defense Strategy document issued in over a decade, the Pentagon this month bluntly declared that...

Who Lost Turkey?

"Who Lost Turkey?" - The U.S.-Kurdish Project In Syria Endangers NATO January 25, 2018 Back in the 1950s the U.S. political sphere was poisoned by a...

Turkish and US Forces Out of Syria Now!

January 21, 2018 Turkey today announced a military incursion  whose stated aim is to push back armed Kurdish forces along its southern border with Syria...

Syrian Kurds Force Turkish Army to Retreat From its Territory –...

During the fighting, the Syrian Kurds forced Turkish troops and Ankara-backed rebels to retreat from their territory, representative of the Syrian Kurdistan in Moscow,...

PKK foreign relations head speaks out

The Kurds have been the most oppressed people of the region for the past 100 years. Although they have a strong, ancient and well-established presence in the region, they nonetheless fell victim to the nationalist conflicts of the empires that ruled and governed them, as well as to the interests of colonial powers in the region.