Tag Archives: Shilan Oscelik

Resisting ISIS is not a crime: stand with Shilan!

In the wake of the horrific massacres in Paris and Beirut, hopefully we can all agree that wanting to resist ISIS should not be criminalised. Sadly, the Crown Prosecution Service doesn’t seem to see it that way, and so, as … Continue reading

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Prison updates: news from Shilan Oscelik and the Bulgarian Prisoners’ Association

Two pieces of prison news that seemed worth sharing: First, Shilan Ozcelik, the young woman being prosecuted for terrorism charges because she’s alleged to have tried to join the Kurdish resistance to ISIS, appeared in court this week, was denied … Continue reading

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Their prisons and our gardens: mid-March round-up

Opening up this round-up of stories, it seems like there’s been a lot of news on the legal/repression front: over in the US, Dante Cano, an anarchist arrested for participation in the popular revolt against racist police killings last year, … Continue reading

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