In the Middle East there are women who take up arms against terrorism and fanaticism. They say that from the mountains of Kurdistan comes the echo of their voices that make tremble any black flag that crosses their path. They talk about the incredible beauty of their long black hair braided and joy of see them dance before battle.
In the struggle of the Kurdish people they have created their own. And they send a clear message: No revolution has sense without Women. Because of course Kurdish women are sisters, wives and mothers but they are also warriors.
They are a symbol of courage and freedom. Life offered them two choices : resign or make clear what happens to all those who dare to question their worth on the battlefield.
Who the fuck bombs a PEACEFUL protest??? This is why I support the Kurds in their struggle for an independent homeland. The way they’ve gotten treated by literally every single group of people who’ve ruled over them is absolutely appalling.
“doesn’t matter what the US thinks, they’re a non factor, despite all their troops in manbij, despite their material interests in the destruction of Syria, despite all the money they’ve thrown into popularizing rojava as a noble national liberation struggle. all that matters is that kurds want it. anyway free kurdistan”
“Bir; benim kitaplarımı okuyan katil olamasın, savaş düşmanı olsun. İki; insanın insanı sömürmesine karşı çıksın. Kimse kimseyi aşağılayamasın. Kimse kimseyi asimile edemesin. İnsanları asimile etmeye can atan devletlere, hükümetlere olanak verilmesin.
Benim kitaplarımı okuyanlar bilsinler ki, bir kültürü yok edenlerin kendi kültürleri, insanlıkları ellerinden uçmuş gitmiştir. Benim kitaplarımı okuyanlar yoksullarla birlik olsunlar, yoksulluk bütün insanlığın utancıdır. Benim kitaplarımı okuyanlar cümle kötülüklerden arınsınlar.”
“…Sabry Ahmed cradles her son Howkar in what is left of Qalat Dizah. The Iraqi government has imposed a strict blockade of food and fuel to the region known as Free Kurdistan, where families struggle to rebuild…”