by Jonathan Azaziah
Anyone who thinks that the resolution just passed at the UN Security Council “against” the usurping Zionist entity is a good thing, really needs to wake up and smell the malignant Jewish supremacist tumor. Because if anyone actually *****READ***** the piece-of-shit resolution–yes, piece-of-shit is what it should be labeled as, for it is the most academically and intellectually accurate phrase available–then they would know it is a document which upholds the existence of ‘Israel’ as wholly legitimate (and not criminal) and outright calls for the disarmament and dismantlement of the Palestinian Resistance under the guise of the prevention of terrorism. When it comes to anything and everything related to the criminal Zionist regime, one mustn’t pay attention to the lollygagging that unfolds in the public eye between American politicians and “Tel Aviv” officials. This is nothing but political theater. One must read between the lines, look at the global picture with a 360-degree view, follow the money and remember the golden rule vis-a-vis the UN and ‘Israel’: Not a damn thing has ever been enforced and not a damn thing ever will be enforced. Continue reading Zionist Political Theater: New UN “Anti-Settlements” Resolution Is A Massive Farce
by Jonathan Azaziah
DEATH TO THE SISI REGIME IN CAIRO.
I rhymed about this tyrant for my 2014 debut “Enemy Of The Entity” in a joint called “F*** The Pharaoh”. I took a shot at him on my July 2015 record “Son of Kufa Vol. 1: Rise Of The Anomaly” in my single “Counter-Hegemony”. Ripped the despot once more for the new album, “Felicity Of The Oppressed”, in a gem called “Pharaoh Must Go”. Done numerous Mouqawamah Music Mask of Zion Report programs on him for The Ugly Truth. None of it is enough though. This despotic devil cannot be condemned, insulted, torn apart and verbally assaulted enough. Continue reading Death To The Zionist-Serving, Saudi-Owned Sisi Regime In Cairo
by Adnan Abu Amer, Al-Monitor
sraeli media outlets have been publishing, in an unprecedented move, the 2014 Gaza war diary since early April 2015. These documents discuss the Israeli army’s failures in the face of Hamas. The most serious Israeli avowal was that of Ofer Shelah, a member of the Knesset Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee, which was made public on April 2 and caused vehement reactions.
by Ben Caspit, Al-Monitor
n the battle waged over the narrative of Operation Protective Edge (July-August 2014), in which both sides declared victory, it appears that the Palestinians have scored a significant achievement: Muhammed al-Deif, the Hamas chief of staff and No. 1 on Israel’s “most wanted list” who has survived numerous assassination attempts, has survived this time as well. It is clear; no more question marks; the uncertainty has disappeared: Deif is alive.
GAZA CITY (Ma’an) — A Palestinian infant fell ill and died due to severe cold in Khan Younis in the southern Gaza Strip on Friday, as winter storm Huda pummeled the region for a third day.
Gaza Ministry of Health spokesman Ashraf al-Qidra said that two-month-old Rafah Ali Abu Assi died of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease as a result of the severely cold weather affecting the region. Continue reading Gaza child whose home was bombed by Israel dies in freezing weather
GAZA CITY (Ma’an) — Hamas security forces in the Gaza Strip on Sunday prevented 37 children of Palestinians killed in Israel’s latest offensive from entering Israel for a visit coordinated by an Israeli group.
Sources on the Palestinian side of the Erez crossing, where the children were supposed to cross into Israel from, said that the children had obtained permits from Israel to leave the besieged coastal enclave for a week to visit Israel and the West Bank for one week.
When the children arrived at the crossing on Sunday morning, however, Hamas-affiliated security services ordered them to go back home. Continue reading Hamas prevents Gaza children from going on ‘normalizing’ Israel tour
by Asmaa al-Ghoul, Al-Monitor
Happily jumping around, Ilaa, 3, drops a couple of Christmas ornaments on the floor of Hadayana gift shop in Gaza’s al-Wahda neighborhood. Finally, she chooses the silver ornaments. Her mother, Bissan al-Qishawi, laughs at her daughter’s clumsiness as she helps her pick up the balls and Santa’s chocolates that scattered on the floor.
“We have a Christmas tree that I bought years back. We are buying new ornaments. All I wish for is to raise my daughter to be loving and tolerant. This is why we are celebrating the occasion with Christians,” Qishawi, a Muslim, told Al-Monitor on Christmas eve. Continue reading Muslims join Christians for Christmas celebrations in Gaza
RAMALLAH (Ma’an) — A 15-year-old Palestinian boy from Gaza died in an Israeli hospital in Tel Aviv on Friday from injuries sustained during Israel’s devastating war on the coastal territory this summer.
Ihab Muhammad Suhweil, from Beit Hanoun, died in the Ichilov Hospital in Tel Aviv, after doctors decided to turn off his life support system.
The teenager was being treated in the al-Maqasid hospital in Jerusalem and his condition deteriorated rapidly after a delay in moving him to the Tel Aviv medical center. Continue reading Palestinian boy, 15, dies from Gaza war injuries
Israel’s acknowledgement of the presence of 500 disabled soldiers in its army is evidence of the great losses it suffering during its recent attack on the Gaza Strip, Hamas said. Continue reading Hamas: Zionist losses in war on Gaza greater than official tally