Maxim Yahnieshka

Maxim Yahnieshka is an antifascist from Grodno. On September 7 he was sentenced to 3 years of custodial restraint for a fight with right-wing hooligans (art. 186 Threat of homicide, malicious bodily harm or property destruction) and for robbing another hooligan of his hat (art. 206.2 Robbery with threat of violence + art. 339.1 Hooliganism). Continue reading Maxim Yahnieshka

Azerbaijan: Final Speech Of Anarchist Giyas Ibrahim

Anarchist Giya Ibrahim was sentenced to 10 years of prison for alleged possession of drugs. But really he was detained for painting a graffiti on a monument to the former dictator. Here is his final speech in court.

I prepared a speech, but my written documents were confiscated.
I am not going to defend myself with regard to the charges brought against me. The crime I committed is as white as the graffiti spray I used. The real reason why I am here is that I as a young student dared to protest against lies of the political system and nihilist mind existing in this state, the country that I belong to. Continue reading Azerbaijan: Final Speech Of Anarchist Giyas Ibrahim

Call for the 2nd Annual International Day of Solidarity with Antifascist Prisoners, July 25, 2016

In the year since the first July 25th International Day of Solidarity with Antifascist Prisoners in 2015, there has been a disturbing increase of Far Right activity worldwide. Every day brings news of some new wave of reaction—in the name of nationalism and security—which demonizes refugees and immigrants, stokes hatred for Muslims, and attacks LGBTQ and other oppressed groups fighting for their liberation and their very lives. Continue reading Call for the 2nd Annual International Day of Solidarity with Antifascist Prisoners, July 25, 2016

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