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On Martyrdom Anniversary 21 For Sayyed Hadi Nasrallah (R.A.), We Celebrate An Individual Hero And A True Moujahid

by Jonathan Azaziah

Another milestone martyrdom anniversary for the Lebanese Islamic Resistance of Hizbullah. Today marks 21 years since Sayyed Muhammad Hadi Nasrallah (R.A.), the eldest son of Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah, valiantly achieved Shouhadat in a firefight with the Zionist enemy on Mount ar-Rafie near the hallowed ground of Arab Salim. The ‘Israelis’ called the attack “revenge” for their mega-humiliation in the Ambush At Ansariyeh, the operation that changed the face of history and put the end of the usurping Jewish entity’s occupation of Lebanon in motion, but they were lying through their demonic teeth and actually had no clue what they were doing. Continue reading On Martyrdom Anniversary 21 For Sayyed Hadi Nasrallah (R.A.), We Celebrate An Individual Hero And A True Moujahid

On The 21st Anniversary Of Hizbullah’s Ambush At Ansariyeh, We Celebrate The Event That Shook ‘Israel’ To Its Rotten Core

by Jonathan Azaziah

Today should be called Eid Amaliyat Ansariyeh. As what happened on this day 21 years ago in the town of Ansariyeh in Lebanon’s ever-gorgeous, ever-resilient Jnoub, changed everything. Because of this truth, it should be celebrated regionwide. Worldwide even. For Hizbullah’s Ambush at Ansariyeh was, at the time, the most concussive, most remarkable, most comprehensive defeat of the usurping Zionist entity’s occupation army in history. As a standalone operation, it still very well may hold that distinction to this day. Continue reading On The 21st Anniversary Of Hizbullah’s Ambush At Ansariyeh, We Celebrate The Event That Shook ‘Israel’ To Its Rotten Core

Did Mossad Disappear Lebanese-Iranian Hero Sayyed Moussa al-Sadr On This Day 40 Years Ago?

by Jonathan Azaziah

The Lebanese-Iranian revolutionary hero Sayyed Moussa al-Sadr wasn’t just the founder of the Lebanese Islamic Resistance that would later become Hizbullah. He wasn’t merely a Brobdingnagian intellect who was brilliant enough to go toe-to-toe with the world’s greatest minds, both Islamic and non-Islamic, in the fields of fiqh, comparative religious studies, philosophy and international relations, and dumbfound them. Al-Sadr was an institution. Such a giant, it was like he had his own orbit. With an imposing physical presence, commanding charisma, love of humanity and passionate commitment to resistance and liberation, he gave the Shi’a Muslims of Lebanon a voice for the first time in hundreds of years and laid the groundwork for them to exit the degradation and squalor they had lived in at the hands of colonialist-backed factions for the same amount of time–first the Ottomans then the French.

But the Lebanese Shi’a weren’t the only ones who adored him. Christians did too. So did many Sunnis along with many Druze. He was a towering, unifying figure that exuded a familial energy, seeing all Lebanese as branches of the same tree, at a volatile time when the “civil war” engineered by the usurping Zionist entity was ripping Lebanon and its people apart. Beyond just being a mystery that turns 40 years old today, his disappearance is the greatest tragedy relating to an individual in modern Arab-Islamic history–one which burns and breaks the hearts of all who know it. Continue reading Did Mossad Disappear Lebanese-Iranian Hero Sayyed Moussa al-Sadr On This Day 40 Years Ago?

RIP To The Prince of The Battlefield: Hizbullah Commander Khaled Bazzi Was Martyred By ‘Israel’ On This Day 12 Years Ago

by Jonathan Azaziah

Politically and Islamically, comparisons to royalty aren’t really ideal but Hizbullah Commander Al-Hajj Qassem Khaled Bazzi (R.A.) truly was the Prince of the Battlefield. Martyred on this day 12 years ago in an ‘Israeli’ drone strike in his hometown of Bint Jbeil at the height of one of the key battles of the July War, he was a fearsome warrior who exemplified all of the qualities we’ve come to know and love about the Lebanese Islamic Resistance and then some. Steadfast, committed, patriotic and Husseini with a brilliant military mind, Bazzi spearheaded the operation that saw two ‘Israeli’ occupiers captured and eight others sent to the hellfire just before the aggression began in Summer 2006. The bodies of two of those Zio-terrorists, Ehud Goldwasser and Eldad Regev, were ultimately utilized by Hizbullah as bargaining chips to free Hizbullah Commander Samir Quntar (R.A.), monumental Hizbullah intelligence operative Nissim Nisr and hundreds of other Lebanese and Arab abductees in the epic prisoner exchange with ‘Israel’ in 2008. Speaking simply and directly, it was the hands of Bazzi who ripped off the shackles of the Dean of the Liberated Detainees From ‘Israeli’ Prisons (Quntar)–two years after his martyrdom like the Bint Jbeil native accomplished the feat from beyond this realm. Subhan’ALLAH. Continue reading RIP To The Prince of The Battlefield: Hizbullah Commander Khaled Bazzi Was Martyred By ‘Israel’ On This Day 12 Years Ago

We Remember SSNP Legends Ibtissam Harb And Khaled al-Azraq, Martyred Fighting ‘Israel’ On This Day 33 Years Ago

by Jonathan Azaziah

Bow your heads and be in awe of the Martyrs. Many of you have heard and read about Sana’a “Bride Of The South” Mehaidli, the SSNP warrioress who sacrificed herself in the fight against the Zionist occupation on April 9th, 1985, becoming a Resistance icon recognizable to Mouqawamists and striking fear in the spineless beings of our enemies all over the world. What you more than likely have NOT heard and read about are the two legendary SSNP heroes who followed her dauntless example exactly 3 months later on this day 33 years ago: Ibtissam Harb, a 28-year old Lebanese psychology major from the Chouf Mountains, and Khaled al-Azraq, a 20-year Syrian student from ancient Aleppo. Staging their Resistance attacks only five minutes from one another, they hit ‘Israeli’ checkpoints at Hasbaya, right at the foot of Jabal al-Sheikh, and Ras el-Bayyada, a picturesque little place with a turquoise lagoon known all throughout Lebanon’s South for its beauty. The areas are 3 and 8 miles from occupied Palestine respectively–so close you can taste the Palestinian air. In other words, the operations were more than daring as they were carried out inside the fortified “security zone”. Harb and Al-Azraq however did not fear the Jewish terrorist regime’s helicopters, nor tanks, nor artillery. They went forward with pure hearts and unbreakable determination, giving their lives in the process and also killing and wounding nearly three dozen Zionist invaders and their SLA marionettes. Continue reading We Remember SSNP Legends Ibtissam Harb And Khaled al-Azraq, Martyred Fighting ‘Israel’ On This Day 33 Years Ago

All Hail Sana’a Mehaidli, The Bride Of The South! 32 Years Later, Her Sacrifice Still Reminds Us What True Heroism Is

by Jonathan Azaziah

Kneel in respect before the Bride of the South! Princess of Purity and Matriarch of Mouqawamah! On this day 32 years ago, Sana’a Mehaidli became the first Lebanese woman and one of the very first Arab women to execute a martyrdom operation against the usurping ‘Israeli’ enemy. Born in the village of Ayoun right near Saida, she was only 17 years old at the time of her martyrdom. Do let her youth fool you though. She was a devoted member of the SSNP (Syrian Social Nationalist Party) and an eloquent, fiery and poetic Anti-Zionist who would’ve led her people to many a victory if she didn’t make the ultimate sacrifice. With no fear and nothing but the love of her country, our region and the Palestinian cause in her heart, she detonated a small vehicle loaded with explosive materials next to an ‘Israeli’ occupation checkpoint in Jezzine, a breathtakingly beautiful, mountain-and-forest-filled area of South Lebanon which had been putrefied by the Zionist occupiers. At least 2 ‘Israeli’ soldiers were sent to the hellfire and over 12 others were wounded in the blast. The biggest blow however was psychological, as she reminded the ‘Israeli’ demons that their demise could come at any place, at any time, from anyone and that this fate of theirs was etched in the stars. Continue reading All Hail Sana’a Mehaidli, The Bride Of The South! 32 Years Later, Her Sacrifice Still Reminds Us What True Heroism Is