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Take That Al-Saud And Turkey! Ansarullah’s Missile Unit Kills and Wounds Over 250 Invaders!

by Jonathan Azaziah

Happy New Year and Jummah Mubarak Saudi-Wahhabi trash and Neo-Ottoman filth! Late last night, Ansarullah’s Missile Unit detected a gathering of Saudi invaders and paid mercenaries at the Shaab al-Jen military camp right in the heart of strategic Bab el-Mandeb. Without hesitation, the Houthiyeen mobilized and launched an indigenously-made, highly-accurate Zelzal-3 ballistic missile right smack dab in the middle of the Saudi-led interlopers, killing over 150 aggressors and wounding over 100 more. Among the dead occupiers were Takfiri terrorists recently transferred to Yemen from Aleppo by the Turkish regime, a confirmation of the sinister and criminal role that Erdogan is playing against the Yemeni people. This magnificent and brilliant counterattack by the Yemeni Islamic Mouqawamah is a reminder to Al-Saud that the ultra-vital waterway remains under Yemeni dominance and any intrusion will be met with devastating relentlessness by the Moustazafeen of the ancient outpost of civilization once known as Saba. Continue reading Take That Al-Saud And Turkey! Ansarullah’s Missile Unit Kills and Wounds Over 250 Invaders!

In Iraq, Sunni-Shi’a Joint Prayers Are The Ultimate Weapon Against US-Zionist-Saudi-Daeshi Sectarianism

by Jonathan Azaziah

Beautiful. Just… BEAUTIFUL. Shi’a moujahideen of the Iraqi Popular Mobilization Units pray with Sunni tribal elders just outside of Mosul before returning to the battlefield to move forward with the liberation of Iraq’s second city. What’s the best way to weaken an enemy which seeks nothing less than your complete implosion via sectarian terrorism? By locking knuckles and declaring “We Are One Hand”. And that’s exactly what Iraq’s civilians, soldiers and fighters are doing. Continue reading In Iraq, Sunni-Shi’a Joint Prayers Are The Ultimate Weapon Against US-Zionist-Saudi-Daeshi Sectarianism

Ayatollah Nimr al-Nimr’s Martyrdom One Year On: The Struggle Against Al-Saud Continues In His Memory

by Jonathan Azaziah

On this day one year ago, the monstrous Saudi regime crucified and beheaded Ayatollah Nimr al-Nimr (R.A.), the Lion of Qatif, the Angel of Awamiyah, for the “crime” of protesting against the tyranny of the Wahhabi monarchy occupying the Hijaz. Nimr did not shed any blood. Nimr did not call for fitnah, nor sedition, nor unrest. His only “aggression” was raising his voice and when it hit the pinnacle of decibels, the tyrants not only in Riyadh but everywhere in our region trembled like leaves on dying trees in a windstorm. Al-Saud accused him of “seeking foreign meddling” in the Kingdom of Darkness but Nimr was the agent of no state; he was loyal to nothing and no one but ALLAH (SWT). The degenerate despots accused him of “disobeying the state’s authorities” but disobedience towards unjust “laws” and the even more unjust dictators who implement them is the duty of every Muslim who seeks to enjoin good and forbid evil, is is not? The fathers of terrorism accused him of “taking up arms against the state” but Nimr’s only weapon was his tongue. Continue reading Ayatollah Nimr al-Nimr’s Martyrdom One Year On: The Struggle Against Al-Saud Continues In His Memory

ISIS Slaughters Dozens Of Iraqi Shi’a In A Busy Baghdad Market To Close Out 2016

by Jonathan Azaziah

Even on New Year’s Eve, Iraq has to tear at my heart strings… Because of course the Takfiri terrorist menace of ISIS had to carry out just one more massacre before 2016 came to a close. As Iraqis flocked to the busy Al-Sinak market in central Baghdad, gathering up food and gifts for year-end celebrations, two Daesh suicide bombers made their way into the huge crowds and then detonated their explosives-laden vests. At least 28 men, women and children, all Shi’a, were martyred and over 54 others were wounded in the blasts. Death toll, as usual, is expected to rise as city police and medics pull more bodies out of the rubble. There are so many, so, SO many, to direct our anger at: The killers themselves, for being so foolish to be tricked by the hateful, murderous, cultish doctrine of Wahhabism; the financiers of the killers in Riyadh, Doha and Kuwait City, for keeping the petro-cash flowing into terrorist coffers whilst claiming they stand against the very terror they fund; the masters of the killers in Washington, London and “Tel Aviv”, for keeping the P2OG and Gladio/B programs alive and well to keep Iraq in chaos; and the corrupt persons who should be preventing the killers from ever perpetrating such crimes, i.e. the Iraqi government, for failing time and time again to provide the people of the Iraqi capital with real security. Continue reading ISIS Slaughters Dozens Of Iraqi Shi’a In A Busy Baghdad Market To Close Out 2016

In Iraq’s Wartorn, Poverty-Stricken Najaf, An Iraqi Santa Claus Brings Joy To Children On Christmas

by Jonathan Azaziah

War, poverty and unhappiness have been staples of the Iraqi experience for the last five decades give or take. And in the holy city of Najaf, over the last thirteen years since the Anglo-Zionist invasion, these three dark forces (war, poverty and unhappiness) have been especially prevalent. What the US regime did to Najaf in August 2004, with heavy bombers, helicopter gunships, tanks and other armored vehicles, was unspeakable. Nearly the entirety of the Old City was reduced to ruins. Tens of thousands of Iraqis were murdered and wounded. Infrastructures, including running water and electricity, completely collapsed. These atrocities have led to a meteoric rise in PTSD in all of Najaf’s residents, children particularly. Now throw in the corrupt regime in Baghdad which has done NOTHING to alleviate any of the socio-economic woes and what you have is a situation immersed in misery truly beyond human comprehension. But despite all of this, Najaf and its people still find a way to live. Enter a man by the name of Moustafa al-Sudani. Continue reading In Iraq’s Wartorn, Poverty-Stricken Najaf, An Iraqi Santa Claus Brings Joy To Children On Christmas

From Liberated Al-Qosh: Iraq’s Largest Cross Lights Up The Ninewa Skyline For Christmas

by Jonathan Azaziah

Christmas in the Cradle Of Civilization really is the best Christmas. Here in the liberated Assyrian Christian (Chaldean, specifically) town of Al-Qosh, the biggest cross in all of Iraq is decked out in lights and brightening the entire Ninewa Province skyline. It’s nestled in the mountainside right next to the Rabban Hormizd Monastery, a carved-out holy structure nearly 1,400 years old. Aramaic, the language of Messiah Jesus (A.S.), is still spoken in this ancient place, making it one of only a handful of areas left on Earth that holds such a distinction. The Zionist-CIA-Saudi-formed Takfiri terrorist group of ISIS occupied this land for over two years going back to June of 2014, ruling over it with intolerance and violence but were driven out last November by the Iraqi Popular Mobilization Units (PMU; Hashd al-Shaabi). Daesh left a trail of ruin behind, destroying a plethora of religious and ethnic heritage from a millennia ago, including cathedrals that have stood since the early 700s. The people of Al-Qosh are too resilient to be broken however and they have already started rebuilding. The illuminated cross is just the beginning. Continue reading From Liberated Al-Qosh: Iraq’s Largest Cross Lights Up The Ninewa Skyline For Christmas

Iraqi Shi’a Legend Abou Azrael Prays With A Sunni Fighter Near Mosul, Demolishing Zionist Media’s Sectarian Narrative

by Jonathan Azaziah

Nothing says “Jummah Mubarak!” like Islamic unity. Pictured here are Omar al-Tikriti, a Sunni fighter of the Iraqi Popular Mobilization Units, and Abou Azrael (Ayyoub Faleh al-Rubaie), commander of the Imam Ali (A.S.) Brigade and Iraq’s most prolific Shi’a moujahid who has single-handedly neutralized nearly 1,000 ISIS terrorists. (Yes, the big-bearded Takfiri slayer keeps his weapon on his sajjadah ’cause badassery is just what he does :D!) The two Muhammadi soldiers are praying together before returning to the battle against MossadDaesh on the outskirts of Mosul. Joint Sunni-Shi’a prayer sessions are routine in Iraq’s conflict zones. Not only due to the genuine love and brotherhood between the moujahideen of each respective Islamic school of thought, but also because there is no greater weapon against ISIS than the categorical rejection of division. If there was so much violent sectarianism in Iraq, how could these two be anywhere near the same vicinity as one another, let alone praying together? If there was a “Sunni-Shi’a war” unfolding on Mesopotamia’s streets and sands, how could this even be possible? If the Sunnis hated the Shi’a, wouldn’t Omar go for Abou Azrael’s jugular? And if the Shi’a were “marginalizing” and “persecuting” and “communally cleansing” Sunnis, Abou Azrael would’ve put his boot on his comrade’s neck, not kneel down side-by-side with him in worship, right? Right. So stop believing the filth of International Zionism’s press. Continue reading Iraqi Shi’a Legend Abou Azrael Prays With A Sunni Fighter Near Mosul, Demolishing Zionist Media’s Sectarian Narrative

The Anatomy Of A NATO Deflection Operation: ISIS Reoccupies Palmyra To Distract From Aleppo Victory

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

Muslim Press Interviews Jonathan Azaziah About Arbaeen, Iraq And Islamic Unity

In an interview with Muslim Press, Muslim poet Jonathan Azaziah says, “This year’s Arbaeen march, as well as the marches of the previous two years, can be considered the largest peaceful protest against Daesh, Takfirism generally, Zionism and Imperialism on the face of the planet.”

Read the full text of the interview:

Muslim Press: Millions of Shia Muslims have defied ISIS terror attacks by visiting the holy shrine of Imam Hussein (AS) in Arbaeen. How do you see this event?

Jonathan Azaziah: I see it in an ultra-straightforward manner: It’s the most beautiful thing in the world! You have more than 20 million human beings, mostly Shi’a Muslims of course, but also Sunnis, Sufis, Christians of all stripes, Shabakis, Ezadis and even a handful of Hindus, traveling to the holy sands of Karbala to renew their commitment to the person of Imam Hussein (A.S.), the original revolutionary; the primordial defier of tyranny; the master of martyrs and the grandsire of resistance. Ever since Aba Abdallah (A.S.) achieved victory through his sacrifice on Youm al-Ashoura in 680 A.D. (61 A.H.), a divide has existed in the world that can accurately be described as the Husseini-Yazidi split. Those who stand with justice are the partisans of Imam Hussein (A.S.) and those who stand against what is right are the partisans of the degenerate despot Yazid (L.A.) Anyone who would attempt to harm the former–i.e. these beautiful people, these souls of remarkable spirituality who love Imam Hussein (A.S.) more than they love anything–are agents of evil. And of course, from the modern geopolitical perspective, this year’s Arbaeen march, as well as the marches of the previous two years, can be considered the largest peaceful protest against Daesh, Takfirism generally, Zionism and Imperialism on the face of the planet. Yet this dazzling event remains largely under the radar among Western audiences on the one hand due to extraordinarily limited (essentially nonexistent) media coverage and primarily unknown to Arab-Islamic audiences outside of the Shi’a school of thought on the other hand because of the slanted, shameful, sectarian “reportage” from the likes of brutal dictatorships Saudi Arabia and Qatar. Continue reading Muslim Press Interviews Jonathan Azaziah About Arbaeen, Iraq And Islamic Unity

ISIS Murders 100 Shi’a Pilgrims In Iraq’s Hilla As “Vengeance” For Massive Defeat On Mosul-Raqqa Roads

by Jonathan Azaziah

Ungodly bloodshed today in Shomali, a village in the southern Iraqi city of Hilla. Heavy emphasis on ungodly. Around 100 Shi’a pilgrims were murdered when the demented filth of Daesh unleashed a suicide bomber on seven buses packed with pilgrims heading home from Arbaeen. Among the martyrs were Iraqis, Iranians and Bahrainis. These were peaceful souls, who were only in Iraq’s south to begin with because they were commemorating the end of the mourning period for Imam Hussein (A.S.); they died as true Shi’a. The blast was so huge, it engulfed a gas station and a local cafe. One must ask: What goes through the mind of a terrorist who blows himself up among the unarmed, the innocent, the faithful, the Godwary? Hmm? What exactly? Allow me to gladly enlighten: Wahhabism. Toxic, insane, destructive, crypto-Jewish Wahhabism. That’s what. The upper echelons of ISIS, whether in Iraq or Syria, are undoubtedly intelligence assets of Mossad, CIA, MI6 and MIT. But the rank-and-file running day-to-day affairs in Mosul as well as Raqqa and those fools becoming suicide attackers are brainwashed lock, stock and smoking barrel by the noxious, sectarian, genocidal ideology founded by the monstrous Saudi “royal” family and its network of mentally ill “clerics”. Wahhabism is what struck Hilla today and anyone who calls it anything else is a liar. Continue reading ISIS Murders 100 Shi’a Pilgrims In Iraq’s Hilla As “Vengeance” For Massive Defeat On Mosul-Raqqa Roads