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Ocalan’s intellectual life

The description of Ocalan’s intellectual life, like many characters like him, is a mixture of myth and reality. Ocalan’s writings are 100 volumes in narration and 500 volumes in narration. The same goes for the books he read while in prison. It has been said that he has read 3500 books during these years in […]

Explaining leftist politics: ANTIFA, Israeli settlers’ history and PKK connect through a shared ideology

By Hedwig Kuijpers Since the Kibbutz movement in the early 20th century, and Murray Bookchin’s writings and influence in leftist circles from the ’60s untill today, early Zionist anarcho-communism has become a heritage that inspired both the Antifa movement in the West and the Kurdistan Workers’ Party in the Middle-East, and has united them in […]