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Palestinian Christians Defy Zionist Schemes And Celebrate Mawlid al-Nabawi With Their Muslim Brethren

by Jonathan Azaziah

Much time is spent rightfully saluting Islamic Liberationist forces in Syria and Iraq for protecting Christians, their sanctities and upholding their traditions like Christmas in the face of the hateful, destructive Wahhabi-Takfiri scourge, but what about the Christians standing with Muslims on our holiest days? Salutes just as massive are in order for them too. Pictured here are the Orthodox Christians of occupied Palestine celebrating Mawlid al-Nabawi, the birthday of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W.W.), with their Muslim brethren. This gesture of solidarity and communal harmony comes as a transhistorical ode to Abyssinian Christian King Ashama ibn Abjar (also known as Armah), who granted asylum to the Holy Prophet (S.A.W.W.) and the persecuted early Muslims, as well as an ode to Muhammad (S.A.W.W.) himself, who defended Christians, their religious art, their churches and upheld their traditions through a series of unbroken covenants and treaties from Najran to Egypt. Not to mention, it is a defiant act of Muslim-Christian Co-Resistance in the face of the Dajjalic-Jewish-Zionist occupation. Continue reading Palestinian Christians Defy Zionist Schemes And Celebrate Mawlid al-Nabawi With Their Muslim Brethren