Raqqan women prepare for freedom
August 9, 2017
Syrian Democratic Council (MSD) Co-chair Ilham Ehmed’s article published on Özgürlükçü Demokrasi newspaper, translated by ANF English service.
When Female Fighters Lead the Charge
July 28, 2017
The first battle in northern Syria, which has a Kurdish majority and lies along the Turkish border, broke out in 2012 when several armed opposition groups crossed the border
Canadian Dilan Cudi: My story of joining the Kurdish Women’s Defense Units
July 13, 2017
My name is Dilan Cudi. I am from Canada and came to Rojava two years ago. Back home I had been seeing a video about the attack on Kobane in 2014.
Demhat is now a candlelight in the Rojava Revolution illuminated by martyrs
12 July 2017
The American, Demhat Goldman, was returning from an operation with friends on the night of July 5th and was a short distance from the place
A trip to liberated Minbic in Northern Syria: from hell to paradise
June 27, 2017
The city of Minbic (Manbij) and its surroundings are among the most contested regions in the Syrian war. Ercan Ayboga interviewed representatives of the new Democratic Administration in Minbic.
Rojava, Syria: A revolution of hope and healing
May 8, 2017
Rojava is an enclave whose inhabitants have fashioned a place of security, gender equality, economic cooperation, and a unique form of localized direct democracy that has no equivalent elsewhere
Tabqa Dam: The key to capturing Raqqa
April 10, 2017
Anarkismo.net interviewed ANF reporter Sinan Deniz who is based in Kobanê and is currently embedded with the SDF in the Operation Wrath of Euphrates to liberate Tabqa and Raqqa.
A brief history of the YPG
March 29, 2017
The People's Defense Units YPG was organized underground in 2011 to defend the people of Rojava against attacks from the Syrian Bashar al-Assad regime and other reactionary forces as the war in Syria started.