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
Al-Khalil (Ma’an) — A Palestinian man was shot dead after stabbing an Israeli soldier at the Ibrahimi Mosque in the southern West Bank city of Al-Khalil.
The mosque’s director Munther Abu al-Failat told Ma’an he had been told by witnesses that the soldier was stabbed about three times before he shot back at the Palestinian. Early reports in Israeli and Palestinian media named the Palestinian as Assad al-Salayma, although local sources told Ma’an the man, believed to be in his 20s, had not yet been identified. AFP reported that Israeli soldiers had been preventing Palestinians from accessing the mosque when the incident took place. Both the Israeli soldier and the Palestinian were moved from the mosque by ambulance, although the Palestinian was confirmed dead before he arrived at the hospital. Continue reading Palestinian shot dead after stabbing Israeli soldier in Al-Khalil
by Shuki Sadeh, Haaretz
Some of them live in Israel, but most of them don’t. Some, but by no means all, have business interests in the country. Most give generously to right-wing causes, but there are a few exceptions, including those who give across the whole range of the political spectrum. Continue reading Who are the biggest contributors to the Zionist entity’s politics? Many live in New York and Miami
Al-Khalil (Ma’an) — A seven-year-old Palestinian boy from the village of Zif south of Al-Khalil was hit Sunday morning by a vehicle driven by an Israeli settler, causing him moderate wounds.
Locals identified the victim of the incident as Hamada Ali Ayish Qareesh.
The boy was struck by the car while trying to cross a main road. Continue reading Arrests, Shootings and Car Attacks: Zionist rampage across Palestine today as Gaza Resistance grows restless
A group of Israeli settlers stabbed a 12-year-old Palestinian boy in the occupied Old City of al-Khalil Monday night, medical sources told Ma’an news agency, as settlers expand an illegal settlement outpost in the West Bank.
Medics said Muath Nouh al-Rajabi was moderately injured after being stabbed in the thigh and shoulder, and was taken to a nearby public hospital.
Al-Khalil, also known as Hebron, is home to roughly 160,000 Palestinians and around 500 Zionist settlers, who live in a number of illegal settlement compounds heavily guarded by Israeli troops. Continue reading Israeli terrorists stab 12-year-old Palestinian, expand illegal settlement
The wife of a Palestinian prisoner who has been jailed for almost 14 years gave birth to twins on Thursday after using her husbands’ sperm smuggled from jail.
Nine months after his wife gave birth to their first daughter, Ziad al-Qawasmi from Hebron spent two years in jail before being sentenced for a further 13 years.
Ziad has five brothers in Israeli jails, while two others were killed by Israeli forces. Another brother was deported to Gaza, where he now lives. Continue reading Palestinian woman gives birth to twins from jailed husband’s smuggled sperm
Al-Khalil (Ma’an) — Israeli military authorities in the southern West Bank city of Al-Khalil closed a major checkpoint in the city center after it was targeted and burnt by assailants.
Israeli authorities said that the military post was set alight by two Palestinian youths despite the fact that it had been surrounded by cement blocks in order to protect it against Molotov cocktails and broken bottles.
Emad al-Atrash, a spokesman for the local activist group Coalition of Human Rights Defenders, said that this was the second time locals had burned down the checkpoint, which prevents Palestinians from accessing their homes and shops on Shuhada Street in order to “secure” the area for Jewish settlers. Continue reading Israeli military post in central Al-Khalil attacked, destroyed