by Jonathan Azaziah
Have I told y’all lately that I love Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah?! If not… Then let me tell y’all: I LOVE SAYYED HASSAN NASRALLAH! Don’t you love Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah?! Well. If you don’t… Then you need help ’cause you damn well should! Speaking today to commemorate the 12th anniversary of Hizbullah’s Divine Victory over the usurping Zionist entity over 34 days of perfectly executed asymmetrical warfare in 2006, the Sayyed of Sayyeds rocked it and socked it; he smashed it and thrashed it; he crushed it and grooved then he busted a move. It was the classic Nasrallah wit. The typical Nasrallah wisdom. And the quintessential Nasrallah fire that has set the enemy ablaze from the moment he took over the mantle of Hizbullah Secretary-General following Sayyed Abbas al-Moussawi’s (R.A.) martyrdom at the gnarled hands of ‘Israel’ on February 16th, 1992. Continue reading Sayyed Nasrallah On Divine Victory Day: The Killers Of Yemen’s Children Are The Same As The Killers Of Our Children In 2006
by Jonathan Azaziah
Death to the House of Saud and death to the Zionist media promoting its filthy lies. It’s remarkable that this is even being written: Saudi Arabia is denying that it bombed Al-Thawra Hospital in besieged Hudaydah and is actually saying the warplanes of its coalition weren’t even in the area. This is despite the fact that in a separate press conference, another lackey of RIyadh said jets were in fact in the area, conducting bombing raids on Wednesday and Thursday but were about a mile out from the site of the newest massacre. Cool story, ain’t it? Well. It gets even cooler. Because the Wahhabi-Takfiri tyrants are blaming Ansarullah for it and have officially declared it was some kind of an IED that went off! And MSM – NYT, BBC, Reuters, AP, Telegraph and more – just seems to be rolling with this absurdity UNCRITICALLY. That any “news” organization would give the Saudi-Emirati coalition, which is responsible for 600,000 Yemeni civilian deaths and injuries, the least bit of air/print time in the first place is an obscenity on its own. These are war criminals, full-stop, and they should be treated solely as war criminals. But to let this gang of Shi’a-hating psychopaths use such a platform as a shield for its atrocities and a means of fallaciously shifting blame onto the forces defending civilians against those very atrocities? Takes obscenity, elevates it, then puts it on PCP. Continue reading Al-Saud and Zio-MSM Are Covering Up The Latest Hudaydah Massacre And Blaming It On Ansarullah
A top Iranian commander has lashed out at the Saudi aggression against Yemen, saying Riyadh is on the verge of collapse.
“Today, Saudi Arabia is brazenly and obnoxiously bombarding and massacring a nation, which is seeking the denial of the hegemonic system,” said commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) Major General Mohammad Ali Jafari on Monday.
“Today, Al Saud is teetering on the edge of collapse,” the top commander said. Continue reading IRGC Chief: Saudi Arabia teetering on edge of collapse
Hezbollah Deputy Secretary General Sheikh Naim Qassem said that the Saudi declaration of halting the so-called “Decisive Strom” against Yemen is an official admission of its first defeat by the Yemeni people.
During a Hezbollah ceremony in Beirut Friday, Sheikh Qassem said that the “Restoring Hope” operation is an attempt by Riyadh to wage another sort of war against the Yemeni people.
“We have seen the heavy losses inflicted upon Saudi in Yemen, where Ansarullah (revolutionaries), the Yemeni army and the popular committees are controlling most of the territory in Yemen, as well as Aden…,” Sheikh Qassem said. Continue reading Sheikh Na’im Qassem: As Long As Yemen Battle Lasts, Saudi Will Suffer More Losses
by Arash Karami, Al-Monitor
When Saudi Arabia announced its coalition for the bombing campaign of Yemen nearly a month ago, the inclusion of Sudan must have raised eyebrows in Tehran. Iran and Sudan, while never strategic allies, have in the last few decades established varying degrees of military, economic and religious ties, much to the discomfort of Western countries and Arab countries in the Persian Gulf.
Sudan has reportedly benefited from Iranian military and financial aid while Tehran sees Sudan as its gateway to Africa, allegedly for weapons smuggling, but also through funding of Shiite cultural centers and mosques in the mostly Sunni country.
The first sign of major differences between the two countries appeared in September 2014, when Sudan ordered all of Iran’s cultural centers to be closed and gave Iranian diplomats 72 hours to leave the country. Iran’s Deputy Foreign Minister Hossein-Amir Abdollahian initially denied the news and said “some want to destroy the good ties between Tehran and Khartoum.” However, the website for Sudan’s Foreign Ministry confirmed the news. Continue reading The Power Of Saudi Money: Iran, Sudan fall out over Yemen