by Jonathan Azaziah
What lies at the heart of the Takfiri terroist destabilization of the Arab-Islamic world is the plot to establish “Greater ‘Israel'”. These fanatics, who have been trained, armed, medically treated, funded and politically supported by “Tel Aviv” in a just-about-unlimited capacity, are indeed mere vassals of World Zionism and are being used by this shaytanic force to make the ground fertile for the erection of an ever-expansive ‘Israel’. As the Zio-saying goes, “from the Nile to Euphrates”, and this has been codified in hegemonic documents like “Clean Break” and “A Strategy For ‘Israel’ In The 1980s”, as well as written and spoken about at length by the likes of Theodore Herzl, Max Nordau, Rabbi Fischmann and architects of ‘Israeli’ political-military ideology like Tzvi Shiloah and Yisrael Eldad. Continue reading Heartbreaking & Infuriating: Syria Is Now Infected With Depleted Uranium Because It Resisted “Greater ‘Israel’”
by Jonathan Azaziah
In the midst of the liberation of Aleppo, which to date is the biggest victory of the Syrian Arab Army and its allies over this felonious five-year conspiracy, a terrible tragedy occurred exactly one week ago in the Homs countryside. Tadmur aka Palmyra was reoccupied by the genocidal Wahahbi cult commonly called Daesh. While this dreadful turn of events took the Resistance Axis by surprise, it tellingly did not shake up Western capitals, nor the Zionist media, which remained relatively calm about the matter. It is this silence from the former and passivity from the latter that betrays the dirty hands of the Empire in the reborn Takfiri theft of Palmyra. Continue reading The Anatomy Of A NATO Deflection Operation: ISIS Reoccupies Palmyra To Distract From Aleppo Victory
by Jonathan Azaziah
What is underway in the Iraqi city of Mosul is far, and I do mean light-years-type far, from black and white. And the overwhelming majority of geopolitical analysts and commentators on both sides of the divide, mainstream and alternative, are getting it so miserably wrong that it would be comedic if it wasn’t so detrimental to the “Resistance Vs. Hegemony” narrative that all of us dedicate our lives to upholding. On the one hand, American exceptionalist warmongers are elated with delusional glee over US warplanes “paving the way” for Iraqi forces and falsely claiming something to the effect of not even a single bullet could have been fired without American approval. They’re also despicably framing the Mosul battle in obscene sectarian terms that reek of baselessness and Zionism.
Then on the other hand, “Anti-Imperialists” are brushing off all the Iraqi participants in the fight for Mosul as nothing but mere Amreeki pawns for an elaborate ruse to move terrorists into Syria, not to mention that the fight for Mosul itself is nothing but some grandiose manifestation of Amreeki political theater to give Obama and Zio-Killary a “win” for the upcoming US presidential election. And of course, the role of ‘Israel’, which lurks in the background of every Arab military arena from Iraq to Syria to Yemen, has also been entirely left out of the discussion– a reflection of woeful ignorance and/or ulterior motives on the parts of the aforementioned observers. So let’s navigate through the murky, maddening maze that is the Mosul operation and find some much-needed clarity on all fronts. Continue reading Mosul’s Murky Maze: Walking The Line Between Iraqi Liberation And American Political Theater
by Jonathan Azaziah
If your blood is not curdling and boiling to temperatures only surpassed by Earth’s core over Syria right now, you must not be human. The usurping Zionist entity has bombed the occupied Golan Heights again, martyring one Syrian Arab Army soldier, while the US ZOG has iniquitously massacred over 100 SAA soldiers and wounded dozens more in Deir Ezzor. On both fronts, the aggressors attempted to pave the way for their Takfiri proxies to strategically advance. This is the very first time we see the US and ‘Israel’ working together in an OVERT military manner against an Arab nation. Of course the collusion has always been there. In Iraq during the ’90-’91 Gulf War, there was a small, quiet contingent of filthy Zionist forces which participated in the carnage, including none other than ‘Israeli’ terrorist “royal” Rahm Emanuel. And then in Iraq during ’03 invasion, the ‘Israeli’ involvement against Iraq was vast, with thousands of Mossad agents terrorizing the Iraqi people with car bombs as IOF, Aman and Mossad advisors, at the behest of neocons Wolfowitz, Feith, Perle and Shulsky, trained US occupation forces in torture techniques used on Palestinians and Lebanese. Continue reading US, ‘Israel’ Become Takfiris’ Air Force And Commit Heinous Atrocities Against The Syrian Arab Army
by Jonathan Azaziah
First the “liberation” of Manbij. Now the manufactured worldwide outrage over 5-year old Omran Daqneesh aka “The Orange Seat Boy”, aka “The Aleppo Ambulance Boy”, aka “The Miracle Boy Who Survived A Russian (or was it a ‘regime’?) Air Strike”. So many lies to debunk against the Syrian Arab Republic, so little time. Let’s get on with it though, shall we?
Manbij wasn’t “liberated” as liberation can only come at the hands of Syrians who fight in the name of preserving Syrian sovereignty and pluralism, not Imperialists and traitors who fight in the name of ethnic chauvinism and an American-‘Israeli’ destabilization agenda. All that took place in Manbij was one covert US-Zionist proxy–ISIS–happened to get replaced with an overt US-Zionist proxy–the Syrian Democratic Forces led by the treacherous PYD/YPG. Let us also not forget to note that it was the American regime and its French colonialist pals that have slaughtered hundreds of Syrian civilians in and around Manbij over the last several weeks with zero, yes, ZERO international outcry. But the murderers, invaders and terrorists are liberators now?! Enough! What this really is, on the surface level, is a move orchestrated to give the US-founded fake “anti-ISIS” coalition a public relations “victory” and make it appear as if a “fight against terrorism” is actually being carried out. And on a subterranean level, the “liberation” of Manbij took place to give collaborationist Kurdish forces a strong foothold in a key northern Syrian area so they can push forward with their ‘Israeli’-birthed Federalization/”Rojava”/Partition agenda. This is confirmed by the latest PYD/YPG aggression–launched because the Kurds felt emboldened by their “success” on the Manbij front–in Hasakah City that was thankfully repelled by the Syrian Arab Army. Continue reading Manbij “Liberation” To Omran Daqneesh The Orange Seat Boy: Zionist Media War On Syria Never Stops
by Jonathan Azaziah
Sorry, but I’m not gonna jump up and down for joy now that the Euphrates River city of Heet in Iraq’s Al-Anbar Province has been “liberated”. Never should ONE SINGLE THING spearheaded by the Zionist-occupied American regime EVER be applauded… Under ANY circumstances. Continue reading Iraq: The “Liberation” Of Heet Ain’t Really Liberation At All
by Jonathan Aaziah
The American regime swears it’s adorable, don’t it? Did it really think the Godwary, Husseini people of Southern #Iraq would fall for a US envoy sneakily visiting wounded Iraqi Popular Mobilization fighters in Basra without any authorization and telling them that the US is proud of them, as if Washington hasn’t only been demonizing them as an “Iranian-backed sectarian militia” since its inception and attempting to block their participation in several key liberationist fights (i.e. Ramadi and now Mosul), but actually KILLING THEM WITH BRUTAL, DELIBERATE AIR RAIDS in Fallujah, Beiji, Tikrit and Hawijah and then immediately declaring it an accident in the aftermath. Please yo. Continue reading US Envoy’s Basra Visit Is A Scheme To Smear The Iraqi Popular Mobilization
Damascus, SANA – Interview given by President Bashar al-Assad to BBC News, following is the full text:
Welcome to a BBC News Special. I am Jeremy Bowen. I am in Damascus, in the Presidential Palace, the complex which overlooks Damascus city; and here we have been interviewing the president of Syria, Bashar al-Assad.
Question 1: Mr. President, you’ve lost control of large areas of Syria. The jihadist group that calls itself Islamic State has emerged. There are perhaps 200,000 Syrians dead, millions have lost their homes. The UN envoy Staffan de Mistura has called this the most serious humanitarian crisis in the world since the Second World War. Has Syria become a failed state?
President Assad: No, as long as the government and the state institutions are fulfilling their duty towards the Syrian people, we cannot talk about failed states. Talking about losing control is something completely different. It’s like if you have an invasion of terrorists coming from abroad, and the government is doing its job in fighting and defending its country. Continue reading President al-Assad: We can’t be allied with a country supporting terrorism
Damascus, SANA – President Bashar al-Assad gave an interview to the American magazine Foreign Affairs published on Monday.
Following is the full text of the interview:
Interview given by H.E. President Bashar al-Assad to Foreign Affairs Magazine
Question 1: I would like to start by asking you about the war. It has now been going on for almost four years, and you know the statistics: more than two hundred thousand people have been killed, a million wounded, and more than three million Syrians have fled the country, according to the UN. Your forces have also suffered heavy casualties. The war cannot go on forever. How do you see the war ending?
President Assad: All Wars, anywhere in the world have in the past ended with a political solution because war itself is not the solution; war is one of the instruments of politics. So you end with a political solution. That’s how we see it. That is the headline. Continue reading President al-Assad to Foreign Affairs Magazine: Israel is supporting terrorist organizations in Syria