[Video] Anarchists fighting ISIS in the battle of Raqqa, Syria

  • Posted on: 9 January 2018
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

Actual footage of the anarchists comrades of the "Revolutionary Union for Internationalist Solidarity" (RUIS) fighting in Syria against ISIS in the battle of Raqqa.

Video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qC7zAY_3rf4

Here's their message accompanying the video:

"This video contains footage from RUIS combatants fighting within IFB. IFB has stood with YPG/YPJ/SDF and they liberated the city of Raqqa from the fascists of Daesh (IS) at the end of October 2017. At Orhan (the last occupied IFB nocta), the battalion was fighting directly the IS gangs that were surrounded by the liberation forces.

REVOLUTIONARY INTERNATIONALIST SOLIDARITY

FOR COMMUNITIES OF THE OPPRESSED
FOR VICTORY OVER TYRANNY
FOR ANARCHY

We dedicate this video to those who have fallen martyrs, to those who have been injured and to those who have been supporting the defence and the expansion of the revolution.

Rojava's light burns in the hearts of the oppressed, showing that the wordwide uprising for social liberation is possible.

Berxwedan jiyan e
Biji YPG/YPJ/IFB

Music by Ivan Torrent
Song name ''Icarus''"

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I was thinking @news could use more posts with Rohavista propaganda

Unlikely, Paul has moved his propaganda spreading agenda over into the more lucrative and popular Idpol Antifa department.

What is Antifa?

To crush your enemies, to see them driven before you, and to hear the lamentations of their women.

two or three years ago it was just another snake cult, now... they're everywhere. it is said that they are deceivers... they murder people in the night... i know nothing.

Still in the water filter business?

Yep Eehaah, bring on them photogenic propaganda college girls wow sooo crypto-Marxist!

Larping, but with weird politics

It's not a real lie if it's about the middle east, right?

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