Tag Archives: ’48 Lands

RIP Tom Hurndall, A Champion Of Palestine Who Died Because Of ‘Israel’ 13 Years Ago Today

by Jonathan Azaziah

Rest in peace, power and purity to Thomas “Tom” Hurndall, a genuine friend of the Palestinian cause and beloved champion of the Moustazafeen, who joined the ancestors on this day 13 years ago. On April 11th, 2003, in the midst of the Second Intifada in the Gaza Strip’s Rafah area, Tom was taking Palestinian children in his arms to protect them from ‘Israeli’ occupation forces’ artillery and bombardments. He escorted many to safety. But in doing so, he also put himself in the line of fire and a murderous, usurping Jewish sniper shot him in the head. Tom remained in a vegetative state for over 9 months before passing away on January 13, 2004. We could speak on the cowardice of the ‘Israeli’ enemy and its inability to stand face-to-face and eye-to-eye with the indigenous and their international allies who reject its Jewish supremacist claims and regional hegemony; we could speak of its anti-Gentile hatred and its insatiable bloodlust as well. But it would better serve the memory of Mr. Hurndall and the Palestinians he gave his life defending to instead speak of his selfless commitment to Palestine’s liberation; his bravery in the face of his monstrous disease known as ‘Israel’; and the sacrifice he made for a land that wasn’t his but a people who he considered his brothers in humanity. The humble hero Thomas Hurndall was the essence of what the International Solidarity Movement (ISM) was supposed to be and for a while, truly was. Continue reading RIP Tom Hurndall, A Champion Of Palestine Who Died Because Of ‘Israel’ 13 Years Ago Today

Black-Hating ‘Israeli’ Rabbi Practices Circumcision On African Refugee Babies And Calls It “Holy Work”

by Jonathan Azaziah

‘Israelis’ really are the filthiest, most deplorable creatures on the face of this planet, aren’t they? War criminal, terrorist and baby-killer Menachem Begin infamously referred to Palestinians as “beasts walking on two legs” but as the case is with most of the vileness the Jewish supremacist cancer and its stalwarts accuse Arabs, Muslims and Gentiles of, he is projecting. It is in fact the ‘Israelis’ who are the “beasts walking on two legs” and the following revelation is the umpteenth confirmation of it. Rabbi Eliyahu Asulin, a mohel–i.e. Jewish circumcision practitioner–“from” the criminal settlement called Hadera (one of the earliest Zionist colonies), is sending his students around the ’48 lands to PRACTICE circumcision on the children of Ethiopian and Sudanese refugees. According to Asulin himself, he and his motley crew of genital-mutilating monsters have performed thousands of these cuts and he considers it “holy work”. And Asulin has been caught on camera calling African asylum-seekers “cannon fodder” as well as referring to Sudanese specifically as “the worst. They’re as black as natives.” Scariest of all? Asulin isn’t the only rabbinical ravager doing this. There are countless others. Continue reading Black-Hating ‘Israeli’ Rabbi Practices Circumcision On African Refugee Babies And Calls It “Holy Work”

Kashmir: 13-Year Old Ifrah Jan Was Shot In The Face By ‘Israeli’-Trained, ‘Israeli’-Armed Indian Forces

by Jonathan Azaziah

This 13-year old girl is Ifrah Jan. No, she isn’t Yemeni or Syrian. She is Kashmiri. And for no reason other than the fact she protested against the criminal occupation of her land, she was shot in the face with lead-based pellets by the brutal Indian army. Since July when First-Intifada-style protests returned to the Vale in daily form, there have been more than 12,000, not tens or hundreds, but more than 12,000 Kashmiris, mainly youths under 18–young men and women, with the youngest being a 1-year old baby–wounded by the Hindutvadi occupiers. Of those 12,000 some odd civilians, at least 1,631 of them have been blasted at point-blank range with these weapons. And OF THOSE, over 1,100 Kashmiris have some kind of devastating damage to their eyes. Continue reading Kashmir: 13-Year Old Ifrah Jan Was Shot In The Face By ‘Israeli’-Trained, ‘Israeli’-Armed Indian Forces

The Quintessential Ashoura Anthem Is Here: “Blood Of The Lion”, Second Single Off “Eternally Husseini”

by Jonathan “Madd Cold” Azaziah

Salutations brothers and sisters! On this most revolutionary day, this most magnificent occasion, this 1,336th Ashoura when blood triumphed over the sword–to borrow the expression of Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah–and Imam Hussein (A.S.) as well as his partisans achieved martyrdom at the hands of the vile Yazid (L.A.) on the hallowed ground of Karbala, I present to y’all my soul on wax; my beating, bleeding heart in lyrical form; an ode to Abou Abdallah (A.S.) to end all odes: “Blood Of The Lion”, the second single off my upcoming album “Eternally Husseini”, produced entirely by my extra-exceptionally gifted dear brother Iron Galaxy and filled with the illustrious artwork of Intifada Street founder Mohammad Hamza. This song–which is more like a Hip-Hop Nasheed than a traditional grouping of bars and hooks–doesn’t merely encapsulate the pain of the 10th of Muharram and apply that agony to the difficulties we are warding off today as an Ummah generally and as Shi’at al-Hussein specifically, it bangs like Hizbullah rocketry crashing down on occupied Haifa and making the settlers run for their miserable lives! Continue reading The Quintessential Ashoura Anthem Is Here: “Blood Of The Lion”, Second Single Off “Eternally Husseini”

The Lebanese Victims of Shimon Peres Will Have Justice When Hizbullah Liberates The Galilee

by Jonathan Azaziah

When people think of Shimon Peres aka Szymon Perski, almost immediately they painfully remember the Lebanese children butchered at the UN compound in Qana on April 18th, 1996. It was one of those displays of Zionist savagery that can never be scrubbed from one’s mind, no matter how thorough the cleaning. Bodies charred to space-like blackness. Frozen and statuesque. Stills of fathers and mothers screaming at the bits and pieces of flesh that were once their beautiful, vibrant babies. And while those young martyrs were indeed avenged when the Lebanese Islamic Resistance brought the barbaric 22-year Zionist occupation of Lebanon to an end on that glorious 25th day of May in 2000, there is an even greater avenging still on the table that Hizbullah’s moujahideen are awaiting to take whenever the call comes down. Continue reading The Lebanese Victims of Shimon Peres Will Have Justice When Hizbullah Liberates The Galilee

First Jummah Of Ramadan And My Heart Is With Palestine’s Makhamreh Heroes

by Jonathan Azaziah

First Jummah of Ramadan 2016 (1437 A.H.) and my mind is squarely focused on Falasteen. All my love, my du’a, my thoughts and my solidarity are with the Palestinian heroes of Al-Khalil’s Yatta town, Muhammad Ahmad Moussa Makhamreh and Khalid Muhammad Moussa Makhamreh, for their absolutely epic Mouqawamist operation in the corroded colony known as “Tel Aviv” this past Wednesday night. The two cousins marched into the Zionist usurper stronghold in suits and ties, like complete and utter badasses, and opened fire on the enemy occupiers as these maleficent maggots obliviously enjoyed their despicable supremacist lives squatting on land that doesn’t belong to them. At least four Zionist settlers were sent to the hellfire and six more were wounded before the Makhamreh warriors bounced, leaving fear, terror, heartache (if the ‘Israelis’ even have hearts, maybe dead ones comprised of blackened, bed-bug-infested, demon parts… It’s truly debatable), screams, pain and nightmares amongst the colonizers in their wake. Continue reading First Jummah Of Ramadan And My Heart Is With Palestine’s Makhamreh Heroes

Naksa Day 2016: We Shall Not Be Sad Or Broken But Hopeful

by Jonathan Azaziah

On Naksa Day 2016, 49 years after the Zionist abomination stole the rest of Al-Quds, the West Bank, the Gaza Strip (which has since been liberated though is still besieged), the Egyptian Sinai (which the ‘Israelis’ still control though they dismantled the ‘Yamit’ settlement) and the Syrian Golan Heights (which Syria regained a part of in the ’73 October War), I am going to refrain from thinking about the hundreds of thousands of refugees brought about by this Zionist aggression, the tens of thousands of innocents murdered, the hundreds of destroyed Palestinian and Syrian villages, the new hideous Jewish colonies that have been constructed and every other monstrosity inextricably linked to the criminal ‘Israeli’ entity’s putrefying presence. Though it is indeed the “day of the setback”, I am going to try with every fiber of my being not to dwell on the sadness, the tragedies, the shattered hearts and the broken dreams, for if we stay in that dark space, we shall be swallowed. Continue reading Naksa Day 2016: We Shall Not Be Sad Or Broken But Hopeful

Resistance and Liberation Day Reflections: What If There Was No Hizbullah?

by Jonathan Azaziah

What if there was no Hizbullah? Resistance and Liberation Day isn’t merely a time of celebration in commemoration of the history-echoing victories achieved by Hizbullah. It is also a time for deep reflection, as Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah noted in his breathtakingly wonderful speech today. Indeed it is a time when we should be reflecting on where we are in our struggle, the severity and the status of the regional and international equations, and how to progress forward towards our ultimate goal of rendering ‘Israel’ obsolete. And I can’t think of a more profound point of pondering than the following question above: What if there was no Hizbullah? We don’t have to start as far back as 1982 when the Lebanese Islamic Resistance first emerged out of its humble beginnings of namelessness, nor do we need to refer to the ‘93 and ‘96 ‘Israeli’ aggressions, nor the liberation itself on May 25th, 2000, as the majority, not the vast majority or even most persons, unfortunately, but the majority of Lebanese agree that Hizbullah’s triumph over the cancerous Zionist entity and the end of the monstrous occupation were good things. So let us start with the 2006 July War and allow me to ask again: What if there was no Hizbullah? Continue reading Resistance and Liberation Day Reflections: What If There Was No Hizbullah?

Only Three Words Needed On The 68th Nakba Day: Death To ‘Israel’

by Jonathan Azaziah

After 68 years of Nakba in Palestine; after 68 years of destruction, from the 531 villages, towns and cities eviscerated during the Zionist terror gangs’ Plan D to the ongoing IOF demolitions of homes and infrastructures in the West Bank and sacred Al-Quds; after 68 years of mass murder, from the 10,000 martyrs in 1947-1948 to the ritualistic slaughter of over 2,200 Palestinians including more than 500 children in Operation Mighty Cliff (Protective Edge); after 68 years of environmental ruination that didn’t make the “desert bloom” but rather made the God-blessed, green paradise that Palestine was into an industrialized nightmare, from the uprooting, burning and destroying of olive trees, to the poisoning of wells, to the drying up of bodies of water, to the contamination of soil and air from the illegal nuclear weapons program in Dimona; after 68 years of devilish destabilization through the arming and backing of ethno-sectarian proxies, from the Kurdish Barzani mafia in Iraq in the 1950s, to the Phalangists in Lebanon during the Zionist-engineered Lebanese “Civil” War, to the Takfiri terrorists wreaking havoc across our region today; after 68 years of ethnic cleansing and expansionism that have turned 7.5 million Palestinians into refugees; after 68 years of hateful Jewish supremacist aggression against the sanctities of Islam and Christianity; after 68 years of Zionism manifesting as a “state”, and after 132 some odd years of Jewish colonization in the Holy Land, there are only three words that properly encapsulate our pain, our sadness and our rage: DEATH TO ‘ISRAEL’. Continue reading Only Three Words Needed On The 68th Nakba Day: Death To ‘Israel’

Al-’Araqib Bedouin Village Demolished For 82nd Time

by The International Middle East Media Center

Israeli police officers demolished, on Monday morning, the al-‘Araqib Bedouin village in the Naqab, for the 82nd consecutive time, rendering the families homeless again. Continue reading Al-’Araqib Bedouin Village Demolished For 82nd Time