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Unseen In Zio-Khaleeji Media: Massive Processions For Imam Hussein (A.S.) In Saudi-Occupied Qatif

by Jonathan Azaziah

Qatif in Saudi-occupied Al-Sharqiyyah. The land of Shahid Ayatollah Nimr al-Nimr (R.A.) The land of the oppressed but defiant. The land of the poverty-stricken but spiritually abundant. The land of the terrorized and repressed but unbroken. The land of the 1979 uprising that shook the illegitimate throne of the Saudi “royals” like a baby in the arms of violent, unfit parents, reminding them how finite their reign really is; that wrote the legend of another Shahid, the 19-year old revolutionary Hussein Mansour al-Qalaf (R.A.), whose example was so inspiring that Al-Saud murdered him and ordered his family to bury him in secret; that paved the way for the struggle of courage and dignity that is raging to this very moment. And raging it most certainly is. For despite the miserable, hateful and sectarian Saudi regime implementing clamp-down measures on Qatif and the rest of Eastern Province for the month of Muharram, these tiger-like souls gathered in their thousands and let the pounding of their chests and cries of “Labaykah ya Hussein (A.S.)!” and “Labaykah ya Zaynab (A.S.)!” instill fear in the Najdi “princes” like it was ’79 all over again. Continue reading Unseen In Zio-Khaleeji Media: Massive Processions For Imam Hussein (A.S.) In Saudi-Occupied Qatif