Cutting the Islamic State’s Supply Lines: The Road to Mosul (Part 3)

Reclaiming Sinjar: Pushing Back the Islamic State

What It’s Really Like to Fight for the Islamic State

Möge Gott euch akzeptieren. Gott ist bereit. Richtet meiner guten Mutter schöne Grüße aus. Trauert nicht um mich. – Betet für uns. – Möge Allah dich akzeptieren. Sei vorsichtig Abu Abdullah. Halt es hoch. Kämpfen für den Islamischen Staat Vice News machte Aufnamen die von einer Kopfkamera eines Kämpfers des Continue Reading

Pinned Down by the Islamic State: The Road to Mosul (Part 1)

Peshmerga vs. the Islamic State: The Road to Mosul (Full Length)

The Ottoman Disaster – The Battle of Sarikamish I THE GREAT WAR Week 23

Over the past few months we’ve seen battlefronts all over the world, we’ve seen triumphs and disasters, but this week, as the New Year rolls in, we see something we haven’t seen, yet the annihilation of an entire army. I’m Indy Neidell; welcome to the Great War Last week we Continue Reading

Edip Yuksel (E) Noam Chomsky – Democracy, Plutocracy, Palestinians, Kurds

you are the most celebrated and the most reference modern scholars and also you are very combo and I saw your name in David Horowitz professors F is highlighted and your global activist you are very humble and I consider you a guy with great brain mind and great heart Continue Reading

Rojava, Kurdish autonomy and radical democracy

When you hear the word Syria, you might think about the nearly decade-long civil war, you might think about the devastation in Aleppo, you might think about the refugee crisis, you might think about the fight against ISIL or Daesh, you might think that that fights nearly over, you might Continue Reading

How Syria’s Kurds are trying to create a democracy

Kurds are carving out their own state called Rojava. This is Rojava, a region in northern Syria that runs along the border of Turkey. It’s home to over a million Kurds, one of the largest ethnic groups in the Middle East. Until a few years ago this was a rural Continue Reading

The Kurds between conflict and democracy | DW Documentary

images of destruction on an apocalyptic scale this was how kobani in northern Syria looked in late January 2015 after months of bitter fighting before the Kurds were able to celebrate victory over the self-styled Islamic state thanks also to US airstrikes but their war against is would continue elsewhere Continue Reading