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Amed Dicle

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Rojava's Political Structure

[PYD supporters in Afrin, August 2012. Image via Wikimedia Commons.]

In 1990 Osman Sebrî wanted to pick himself up from his sickbed in Damascus to greet his guest standing. He was eighty-five years old, and in no condition to walk. His guest, Abdullah Öcalan, leaned toward his bed, embraced and saluted him. Arrested along with his uncle during the Sheikh Said Rebellion, set free and then rearrested in 1928, Osman Sebrî was one of the most prominent Kurdish youth forced to flee Turkey and migrate to Syria under pressure from the Turkish ...

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The Final Stage: Rojava

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The latest developments in Syria have taken on an increasingly complicated shape, threatening a tragic repeat of its recent past. Oppositional forces remain Sunni-majority and multi-brigaded. Sustained attempts by these oppositional forces to exclude Kurds from the political struggle in Syria, despite Kurds’ organizational capacity and the self-interested (rather than stability-oriented) calculations of international forces, make it clear that peace remains a distant ...

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Final Sahnesi: Rojava

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Suriye'deki gelişmeler, ülkenin yakın tarihin kötü bir tekerrürünün yaşanması ihtimali ekseninde karmaşık bir hal almaya başladı. Sünnilerin yoğunlukta olduğu muhaliflerin çok başlı olması, Kürtlere yönelik dışlama gayretleri, Kürtlerin örgütlülüğü ve uluslararası güçlerin istikrar değil 'çıkar hesabı' yapması, Suriye'de istikrarın uzak bir liman olduğunu gösteriyor. Şimdiki durum son 50-60 yıllık geçmişin bir sonucudur. Geriye dönüp bir Suriye fotoğrafı çektiğimizde ...

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Amed Dicle

 

Amed Dicle 1980 yılında Diyarbekir'de dünyaya geldi. 20 yasindayken oradan çıktı. 14 yıldır yurtdışında yaşıyor. 12 yıldır gazetecilik yapıyor. Medya tv, Roj tv ve Nuçe tv'de calıştı. Irak, Güney Kürdistan, Rojava ve Avrupa'nın değişik ülkelerinde gazetecilik yaptı.

Amed Dicle was born in Diyarbakır in 1980. He left Diyarbakır when he was twenty years old; he has been living in exile for fourteen years and he has been a journalist for twelve years. He has worked for Medya, Roj, and Nuçe television networks and has reported from Iraq, Southern Kurdistan, Rojava, and several different countries in Europe.