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Defying The US ZOG and Takfiri Tyrant Erdogan, Hashd al-Shaabi Begins Fight For Tal Afar

by Jonathan Azaziah

Suck wind Erdogan! For months and months, the Mad Takfiri Tyrant of Turkey has told the Iraqi Popular Mobilization Units (PMU/Hashd al-Shaabi) to stay away from Mosul and its surrounding regions, declaring to them as “sultan” of the imaginary “New Ottoman Empire” that they aren’t welcome in Mosul and that once it is liberated, it will only remain open to Sunni Arabs, Sunni Turkmen and Sunni Kurds. But with dozens of Assyrian Christian villages liberated by the Shi’a-led Hashd al-Shaabi already, the question has to be asked: How’s that working out for you Recep The Receptacle?! And now, today, since the operation that the PMU has been laying the groundwork for since the launch of the Mosul operation has officially begun, i.e. the fight for Tal Afar, ISIS’s central supply route to Syria, let us ask two follow-up questions: How you like THEM apples Recep The Reprehensible? You mad that your precious Daeshis are getting smashed by roaring, ferocious Iraqi lions? Continue reading Defying The US ZOG and Takfiri Tyrant Erdogan, Hashd al-Shaabi Begins Fight For Tal Afar

Iraq: The “Liberation” Of Heet Ain’t Really Liberation At All

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

Defying ISIS, Iraqi Children Rise From Destruction To Become Men

by Jonathan Azaziah

Pictured here is a little Iraqi boy driving his family to safety out of Takfiri-occupied Heet in Al-Anbar.

US-Zionist-Saudi-created ISIS may steal and destroy the childhoods of Iraq’s youth, but rising from the ruins are strong, defiant men who will become the defenders of our homeland and the architects of its future. Gotta be that ancient Iraqi resilience!