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Yoldaşımız oy birliğiyle bütün suçlamalardan beraat etti. Bu anarşist ve anti-otoriter hareketin bu sefer duruşma salonundaki bir zaferidir. Hakimlerin bu davaya karşı tavırları ılımlı ve provokasyonsuzdu. Delil yetmezliği savcıyı yoldaşımızın bu suçlamalardan beraat etmesini teklif etmeye itti.
Bu beraat köklerini, Devletin savcılık mekanizmalarının amansız avına karşı 4 yoldaşımızı 10 senedir destekleyen yoğun bir dayanışma ağında bulur.
Bu suçlamaların çürümüş olduğu ve bu tur duruşmaların yapılmasının utanç verici olduğu ve bu nedenle beraat gerektiği söylevini savcılardan çok nadir duyarsınız. Hakkındaki ana suçlama 2006 yılında Yunanistan Banka’sındaki soyguna katılmak olsa da Grigonis, bankaların kamulaştırılmasına karşı çıkmadığını söyleyerek konumunu korudu.
En sonunda salonda olan destekçilerinin alkışlarıyla oradan ayrıldı.
Dayanışma en büyük silahımızdır!
Yoldaş GRIGORIS TSIRONIS’ e özgürlük!
Aranan yoldaşımız MARIOS SEISIDIS’e güç!
Teröristler ve hırsızlar devlet ve kapitalistlerdir!
ihr haltet hier die 65. Ausgabe der Gai Dào in euren Händen (oder habt sie auf das Medium eurer Wahl geladen). Und wieder erwarten euch spannende Themen rund um unser Lieblingsthema – die Anarchie.
Anlässlich des 1.Mai, der auch einen festen Platz in der anarchistischen Geschichte belegt, scheiden sich wieder einmal die Geister bezüglich des Israel-Palästina-Konflikts. In Berlin offenbaren sich durch den Eintritt der Gruppen BDS (Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions) und F.O.R. Palestine innerhalb des „Revolutionären-1.Mai-Bündnisses“ unüberwindbare Konflikte.
In der aktuellen Gai Dào findet ihr diesmal zwei verschiedene Stellungnahmen hinsichtlich der BDS-Kampagne und ähnlichen Gruppierungen, die mögliche anarchistische Perspektiven auf das Thema aufzeigen. Ist Israel-Kritik per se antisemitisch oder kann sie gerechtfertigt sein? Wie kann eine Positionierung zu Israel-kritischen und pro-palästinensischen Kampagnen und Bewegungen aussehen? Und wie können wir als Anarchist*innen vielleicht eine Position abseits der zwei unvereinbaren Lager finden?
Ein weiteres Thema in dieser Ausgabe sind die politischen und sozialen Prozesse in kurdischen Gebieten. Rojava erfährt gerade weltweite Aufmerksamkeit und auch viele Anarchist*innen verfolgen interessiert das dortige Geschehen. In immer mehr kurdischen Gegenden werden Stimmen laut, die sich für eine herrschaftsfreie und solidarische Gesellschaft einsetzen. Der Artikel von Zaher Baher beschäftigt sich mit den Entwicklungen im irakischen Teil Kurdistans und erörtert Wege hin zu einer möglichen anarchistischen Gesellschaft.
In Frankreich gehen seit einigen Wochen immer wieder Hundertausende auf die Straßen, um gegen die neue Arbeitsmarktreform der angeblich „sozialistischen“ Regierung unter François Hollande zu demonstrieren. Doch der Widerstand richtet sich nicht allein gegen diese Reform, auch andere Themen geraten immer weiter in den Vordergrund, wie der anhaltende Notstand, die Ereignisse in Calais oder Frankreichs Energiepolitik. Ein Text des Internationalen Referats der Fédération Anarchiste beleuchtet näher, wie sich daraus eine soziale Bewegung entwickelt hat und analysiert, wie gewerkschaftlich organisierte Anarchist*innen sich in diese Kämpfe einbringen könnten.
Abschließend sei noch ein Mal auf die anarchistischen Tage in Jena (20. – 21. Mai) hingewiesen, über die wir in der letzten Ausgabe berichtet haben. Sie sind jetzt auch online zu erreichen unter: antje.noblogs.org. Also schaut mal ins Programm, es lohnt sich.
Viel Spaß und Diskussion wünscht,
die Gai Dào-Redaktion
NUSAYBIN – The Turkish army forces have reportedly used the internationally-banned Phosphorus bombs in its military campaign on the Kurdish city of Nusaybin, southeast Turkey, activists and eyewitnesses reported on Tuesday.
This comes amid continuous military operations by the Turkish troops against the Kurdish city of Nusaybin, that have not stopped since 14 March.
Medical sources in the war-torn city confirmed the army’s use of Phosphorus bombs against civilians.
Nusaybin has been exposed to daily bombardment by the Turkish military for the past two months, using heavy artillery and tanks in its operations, where hundreds of houses have been burned and destroyed, amid the displacement of thousands of Kurdish civilians from their hometown.
According to reports, many civilians are still stranded in war-torn neighbourhoods of Nusaybin.
Speaking to ARA News, media activists Akram Baraka reported that the Turkish army used Phosphorus bombs in its attack on Nusaybin on Tuesday.
“After launching the bombs, we saw white smoke followed by increasingly black smoke and then the targeted buildings were exposed to huge fires,” he said.
Akram, who is also a member of the ‘No More Silence’ campaign [documenting violations by government forces against civilians in southeastern Turkey], quoted medical sources inside Nusaybin confirming the use of the internally-banned Phosphorus bombs by the army against civilians stranded in the city.
In the meantime, Turkish bombardment on Nusaybin continued, amid clashes between the army and Kurdish rebels of the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) inside the city.
“Every morning a new wave of bombardment is taking place in the city,” Kurdish journalist Mihemed Hesse told ARA News.
This comes as the Turkish forces continued building an isolation wall between Nusaybin and Qamishlo on the Syrian border, according to eyewitnesses.
Turkish army destroying over 350 houses in Nusaybin
Local activists confirmed that the Turkish army forces continue their offensive through shelling the city’s neighborhoods by tanks and heavy artillery, demolishing more than 355 houses in the Zein al-Abedin neighborhood of Nusaybin.
“Pillars of smoke are still rising from the neighborhoods as a result of the Turkish-led military operations,” a local sources told ARA News, speaking on condition of anonymity.
Members of the campaign “No More Silence”, launched by a group of Kurdish activists in the Nusaybin’s twin city of Qamishlo [Qamishli] northeastern Syria, confirmed that Turkish army bulldozers have entered the Zein al-Abedin neighborhood in order to demolish more houses in the area.
“We are coordinating with reliable sources inside the war-torn city in order to document all violations against civilians’ rights in Nusaybin,” the Kurdish group said.
Dozens of residential buildings have been destroyed by shelling and completely demolished by bulldozers, according to Kurdish activists.
This comes as clashes continued between Turkish troops and the PKK-affiliated People’s Defense Forces (HPG) in the city of Nusaybin and other parts of the Kurdish region in Turkey’s southeast.
More than 100,000 displaced people have been documented in two months, while many others remain stranded in the war-torn towns and villages in the Kurdish region, local activists reported.
In the meantime, the Turkish authorities recently began building a concrete wall along the border in the areas between Ain Diwar and Derik in Syria’s northeastern province of Hasakah.
Local sources in the Kurdish city of Derik in northeastern Syria told ARA News that the Turkish army leadership has been deploying hundreds of gendarmerie and military vehicles at the borderline with the city of Derik, with orders to shoot on each vehicle or person close to the border.
“Also, a number of Turkish snipers have been seen near the Tigris River, which separates Turkey from Syria in the area of Ain Diwar northeastern Syria,” according to eyewitnesses.
Speaking to ARA News in Derik, media activist Hozan Amin said: “A Syrian Kurdish citizen was shot dead by a Turkish sniper near the border town of Ain Diwar last Tuesday.”
“The Turkish army forces open fire on anyone who passes the Roman bridge [3.5 km northeast of the town of Ain Diwar],” Amin said.
Turkey tightened border security measures after unrest hit the southeastern regions of the countryــwhere Kurds constitute a majority. Also, a series of explosions targeted sensitive security areas inside Turkey. Turkish forces have earlier entered the Syrian territory, breaking into the north-eastern regions, including Sermisakh and Dirna Aghe in Hasakah suburbs.
Reporting by: Ahmed Shiwesh
Source: ARA News
Bombalara Karşı Sofralar’dan 73. Sofra & Zehirsiz Ev atölyesi // 73rd Food Not Bombs in Taksim & DIY Cleaning WorkshoPosted in Avrupa haberler, Deutschsprachige Artikel, Direnis, Duyurular, English, Espanol, Français, Haberler with tags Bombalara Karşı Sofralar’dan 73. Sofra & Zehirsiz Ev atölyesi // 73rd Food Not Bombs in Taksim & DIY Cleaning Worksho on 01/03/2016 by Karakök
Bombalara Karşı Sofralar, kendin-yap atölyelerine yeniden başlıyor!
Yemeğimizi bağ-bostanda kendimiz üretmek veya köşe başındaki israf dağlarından kurtarmak için iki yıldan fazladır kafa patlatıyoruz; peki şu sıkıştırıldığımız, her attığımız adım bir sömürü biçimine denk olan şehirde saçımızı, gömleğimizi neyle yıkayacağız, kapımızın önünü neyle temizleyeceğiz?
Mecbur muyuz reklamlarda önerilen “kepeğe kesin çözüm” markasını kullanmaya? Evde yere dökülse çocuğumuzu anında öldürecek maddeleri yaşam alanımıza sokmaya? Farelere zorla yedirilen macunlarla dişlerimizi beyazlatmaya?
Hayır dedi biri, en sonunda kendi dilimizde de söylendi bu itiraz. zehirsizev.com diye bir sitede toplanmaya başladı basit formüller, öneriler. Çevremizdeki insanlar, temizlik ve bakım ürünlerini yavaş yavaş marketten almak yerine evde kendileri hazırlar oldular ve şimdi bir arkadaşımız bize önce bu ürünleri evde kendin-yap usülüyle hazırlamanın politik arka planını anlatacak, sonra da uygulamaya geçecek.
Otoriteler tarafından körüklenen yoksulluğa, savaşa, israfa, doğa talanına ve hayvan sömürüsüne karşı, yenebilir gıda artıklarını kullanarak 73. Taksim soframızı kuruyoruz. İsraftan kurtarılmış vegan yemeği paylaşırken sınırsız, bayraksız, başkansız, baskısız dünya için umudu büyütelim.
Pişirme: 16.00 İnfial; Turan Caddesi 36/A Tarlabaşı
Sofra: 19.00 Galatasaray Lisesi önü; İstiklal Caddesi 86
Atölye: 20.30 İnfial; Turan Caddesi 36/A Tarlabaşı
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FNB Istanbul restarts its do it yourself workshops!
We have long been engaged in discourse to produce our food in our backyards or to rescue food from waste mountains nearby. But with what shall we clean our doorstep, wash our shirts, our hair in this city which we confined in?
Is it compulsory to use “exact solution to dandruff” brand, to welcome our home some products that might kill our children instantly if poured on floor, to whiten our teeth with pastes that are force-fed to mice ???
No, said somebody. Finally it has been said in Turkish as well. Simple ideas, solutions begun to be listed on zehirsizev.com. Slowly people around us started to prepare their cleaning and care products at home instead of buying ready from supermarkets. And now, a friend of us is going to intoduce the political background of do-it-yourself cleaning and then put it into practice.
Cooking: 16.00 İnfial; Turan Caddesi 36/A Tarlabaşı
Food Delivery: 19.00 Galatasaray Square, İstiklal Str 86
Workshop: 20.30 İnfial; Turan Caddesi 36/A Tarlabaşı
Every wednesday from 16:00 to around evening, Food Not Bombs Istanbul holds a public meal to share food with hungry people, address unnecessary waste, and make a statement about non-violence in relation to all living creatures at given address in the end.
Join us on this Wednesday for FREE, DELICIOUS, VEGAN Sofra (meal); good company and great conservation! Learn more about hunger, poverty, freeganism and solidarity – bring your friends and your appatites!
All decisions to be made by consensus! (i.e.: no hierarchy, no majority rule – all decisions are to be reached unanimously)
(Food Not Bombs is an international direct (A)ction organization that provides meals made from rescued/foraged food to those who struggle to feed themselves under capitalism.)
While people trapped in basements are being massacred by state forces in Cizre town of Şırnak, dozens of corpses have been taken to hospital and no news is received from many others facing a threat of imminent execution.
Out of the 134 people known to be stuck in basements-94 in Cudi and 45 in Sur neighborhood-, 66 have been verified massacred in basements so far.
1ST BASEMENT: NO NEWS FROM 15 WOUNDED AND 9 OTHER PEOPLE
It has been 19 days since a total of 31 people sheltered in the basement of a building on Bostancı Street of Cudi neighborhood were targeted by attacks of state forces. While 7 among them died in the basement due to ongoing denial of medical access, no news has been received from the 15 wounded and 9 exhausted people here for 11 days now.
In addition to the obstruction of volunteer medics into the town to rescue the trapped, ambulances of Cizre Municipality were also denied access to the scene for days on alleged grounds of “clashes” in the area. HDP officials’ talks with the Ministry of Justice for the retrieval of casualties also remained inconclusive. The building had collapsed on the basement when last contact with the trapped people was established 11 days ago. There was no food or water, nor any means to dress the wounds. The basement, known as the “basement of atrocity” has kind of become a grave for 15 wounded and 9 other exhausted people.
2ND BASEMENT: 39 OF 62 PEOPLE MASSACRED, NO NEWS FROM 23 OTHERS
The building on Narin Street of Cudi neighborhood where 62 people had taken shelter was also targeted by state forces with tank strikes. A fire started by attacks on the top floors of the building bounced to the basement where people were sheltered, as a result of which 9 heavily wounded people burned to death. In addition, 16-year-old Abdullah Gün was shot dead by state forces after he went out of the basement for a while.
In the evening of 7 February, Turkish military and forces conducted an offensive on the building. State-run TV channel TRT reported a breaking news asserting that “some 60 terrorists were neutralized” in the operation. This was followed by the withdrawal of the report and announcement of different figures by government officials in an attempt to cover up the scale of the massacre. Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu refuted the TRT report, saying they relied on the statement by Şırnak Governorate which said “10 people were killed”.
Yesterday evening, two ambulances of Cizre Municipality were allowed access to the scene for the retrieval of casualties, after which 27 burnt and fragmented corpses were transported to Cizre State Hospital. While 12 more corpses have been found at the scene and taken to hospital today, the fate of 23 others known to be trapped in the building remains unknown.
According to HDP Şırnak deputy Faysal Sarıyıldız, there were a total of 10 slain and 52 injured people in the basement when they last reached the people there. He said they suspected all those here had been killed in the massacre.
3RD BASEMENT: 20 BURNED TO DEATH, NO NEWS FROM 25 OTHERS
It came out today that there were 45 other people stuck in another building in Sur neighborhood. Tank strikes by Turkish military caused the collapse of the top floors, after which police forces entered the building and set fire to the basement by using oil, as a result of which 20 people here burned to death. 25 others are facing a threat of imminent execution.
Derya Koç, former co-chair of HDP Milas district branch, who is among those trapped in the mentioned building, told on phone earlier today that ongoing artillery strikes by state forces have started to demolish the building which has left the people inside under ruins. She stated that police fired tear gas into the building and they therefore cannot breathe even.
Having a difficulty in speaking due to the tear gas, Koç reported that one of the wounded who suffered burns is in extremely serious condition, while some others are also in a critial condition and cannot find any material to stop the bleeding.
“We can’t breathe. Many of the people here have suffered injuries in their arms and legs. One of the wounded has lost an eye. Those with severe wounds will die if they do not receive urgent medical attention”, she added.