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Salute To Martyred Donetsk People’s Republic Premier Aleksandr Zakharchenko, A True Blue Revolutionary

by Jonathan Azaziah

Condolences to the Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR) and the whole of the Novorossiya Resistance on the martyrdom of DPR leader Aleksandr Zakharchenko, who was murdered at Separ Restaurant and Cafe in the central region of Donetsk when a bomb detonated and killed him instantly last Friday. It’s a tragedy for the Donbass; a tragedy for Russia; and a tragedy for all peoples resisting the designs of the Zio-NATO hegemon. Yes, not only have the DPR itself, the Lugansk People’s Republic (LPR), the Russian Federation and numerous pro-Russia officials, activists and news outlets in and around the region condemned Zakharchenko’s assassination, but so has the Syrian Arab Republic, calling on those who snuffed him out as well as those who were behind the hit to be punished. As an Orthodox Christian and a warrior of high moral caliber, he was fully aware that his entry into the Afterlife could come at any minute–a truth that solidifies his heroism. Still though, considering he was merely 42 years old and married with four children, it’s difficult to shake off the sadness all Mouqawamists feel for such a terrible loss. Continue reading Salute To Martyred Donetsk People’s Republic Premier Aleksandr Zakharchenko, A True Blue Revolutionary

Marmarita In Syria’s Valley Of The Christians Is Free And Celebratory Because Of The SAA And Hizbullah

by Jonathan Azaziah

Last week, the gorgeous, picturesque, predominantly Antiochian Orthodox town of Marmarita in Syria’s Wadi al-Nasara (Valley of the Christians) , was in full celebration mode for the Feast Day of the Assumption of Mary, also known as Lady Day. Marmarita’s population usually stands at around 2,200 people give or take but when it comes to the holy occasion of what Christians believe to be Lady Maryam’s (A.S.) ascension into Heaven, it balloons into a major tourist attraction in which Christians from across Syria flock to. This year saw more than 20,000 citizens attending and the festivities were as immense as they were joyful and vibrant. It was the biggest gathering since the Zionist war on Syria began and the first time since 2011 that a true, uninterrupted calm prevailed in the town as all the neighboring regions on both sides of the Syrian-Lebanese border were terrorism-free. Most pro-Syria commentators who covered the event rightly pointed out that Zionist media wasn’t merely scant but nonexistent and they also highlighted that had terrorists taken the city, this wouldn’t be possible. What they failed to disclose is WHY Marmarita is able to celebrate and WHO we should be thanking for it. Continue reading Marmarita In Syria’s Valley Of The Christians Is Free And Celebratory Because Of The SAA And Hizbullah

Merry Orthodox Christmas To Mother Russia, Vladimir Putin And The Heroic Russian Armed Forces

by Jonathan Azaziah

A merry, merry, MERRY Orthodox Christmas to Mother Russia, President Vladimir Putin and the warm, generous and pure-hearted Russian people. Amid this new blitz of Russophobia unleashed on the planet by the Zionist media and Western regimes, it’s vital not to get swept up in the torrential propaganda rains and lose sight of just how much Russia has given to humanity via its steadfast counter-hegemonic position on Syria. The Russian Federation exercised its full international power at the UN, vetoing resolution after resolution that even APPEARED to pose a threat to the Syrian Arab Republic. Moscow has pumped tens of billions of dollars into the Syrian economy –rivaled in this department only by the Islamic Republic of Iran–in the form of direct funds, weapons to fight terrorism, petrol, food and other necessities as a means of counteracting the cruel, criminal US-EU sanctions. Continue reading Merry Orthodox Christmas To Mother Russia, Vladimir Putin And The Heroic Russian Armed Forces

Why Russia’s Evangelicals Thank God for Putin

by Mark R. Elliot, Christianity Today

Evangelicals in Russia have become ardent fans of President Vladimir Putin because of Russia’s efforts to maintain its influence in Ukraine, its takeover of Crimea in 2014, and the widespread Russian belief that the West is to blame for the present economic woes on the home front.

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