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Internationales Bulletin / Issue 200 / July 2019

July 20 marks the fourth anniversary of the Suruç massacre and again many actions, film galleys and art exhibitions in Turkey and Kurdistan remember the 33 comrades, who have become immortal in this massacre and underline its meaning. With this massacre, the AKP regime has started an intense war. After this massacre, which targeted the youth and the program of the united revolution in Kurdistan and Turkey, countless young people actively participated in the Rojava revolution instead of withdrawing. Many have joined the ranks of the MLKP / KKÖ and actively fought for the defeat of ISIS.
One of them is Devrim Serhildan , a member of the Revolutionary Communist Youth (Ciwanên Komûnistên Şoreşger) in Rojava.

 

 

 

 

 

 

He reported on the work of the Communist Youth in Rojava and this year's commemorations for the Suruç massacre:
"We participate in the communes with our communist ideas. We know what role youth plays in the development of the revolution, and act accordingly. The communes play an important role for the future of the revolution. Our first goal is to mobilize the youth to build the revolution, and second, to introduce them to communist ideas. To this day, we have been involved in the foremost front of defense of the revolution and now we want to build a youth battalion. Within the FOC system we have our own youth units, but we want our own battalion. We participate in cultural work and we have a youth band called 'Koma Her Deri'."

"Our comrades dreamed of meeting the children in Kobanê, so we are going to start this year's commemoration with a children's festival. As Revolutionary Communist Youth, we are following in the footsteps of the Pirus (Suruç) martyrs. A torch march will be held on 20 July, and on the streets we will call the names of our comrades. We will renew our promise to struggle, and we will continue to draw strength from the struggle of our martyrs."

 

 

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Internationales Bulletin / Issue 200 / July 2019

July 20 marks the fourth anniversary of the Suruç massacre and again many actions, film galleys and art exhibitions in Turkey and Kurdistan remember the 33 comrades, who have become immortal in this massacre and underline its meaning. With this massacre, the AKP regime has started an intense war. After this massacre, which targeted the youth and the program of the united revolution in Kurdistan and Turkey, countless young people actively participated in the Rojava revolution instead of withdrawing. Many have joined the ranks of the MLKP / KKÖ and actively fought for the defeat of ISIS.
One of them is Devrim Serhildan , a member of the Revolutionary Communist Youth (Ciwanên Komûnistên Şoreşger) in Rojava.

 

 

 

 

 

 

He reported on the work of the Communist Youth in Rojava and this year's commemorations for the Suruç massacre:
"We participate in the communes with our communist ideas. We know what role youth plays in the development of the revolution, and act accordingly. The communes play an important role for the future of the revolution. Our first goal is to mobilize the youth to build the revolution, and second, to introduce them to communist ideas. To this day, we have been involved in the foremost front of defense of the revolution and now we want to build a youth battalion. Within the FOC system we have our own youth units, but we want our own battalion. We participate in cultural work and we have a youth band called 'Koma Her Deri'."

"Our comrades dreamed of meeting the children in Kobanê, so we are going to start this year's commemoration with a children's festival. As Revolutionary Communist Youth, we are following in the footsteps of the Pirus (Suruç) martyrs. A torch march will be held on 20 July, and on the streets we will call the names of our comrades. We will renew our promise to struggle, and we will continue to draw strength from the struggle of our martyrs."