by Jonathan Azaziah
Ain’t nuffin’ like Jummah with Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah. The way he speaks about Yemen and its heroic Resistance led by Ansarullah is unlike any other; the way he speaks about the undaunted Syrian Arab Republic is unlike any other; the way he safeguards the Palestinian people and the Palestinian cause is unlike any other; the way he courageously and eloquently crushes Al-Saud and its treacherous Takfiri vassals into dust–“Illa ta7een!” as Iraqi Resistance leader Abou Azraeel likes to say :D–every thunderous time he speaks is unlike any other; the way he protects the mighty Islamic Republic of Iran is unlike any other; HE is unlike any other. It’s not just wondrous to live in the same era as this hero, this Prince of Mouqawamah, this living legend; it’s a true honor. No leader in the modern history of the Arab-Islamic world inspires the hope and feeling of imminent victory like Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah. In a region annihilated by the US-Zionist-orchestrated ‘Arab Spring’, which not only left countries and regimes in ruin but too many intellectuals and activists whose true colors were exposed as well, the Hizbullah Secretary-General stands alone as the mountain unmoved by the earthquake. Nasrallah is Imam Hussein’s (A.S.) famous saying, “Hayhat minna zilla! (Us, humiliated?! Never, ever!)”, in the flesh. ALLAH ye7mi ya Rab. And if I love him this much as a mere Iraqi-American, I can’t even imagine how much he is loved by the beautiful and righteous Lebanese, those sons and daughters of Resistance who gave new meaning to the words heroics, steadfastness, triumph and liberation; those sons and daughters who were liberated by the Sayyed’s promises manifesting at the pure, unbroken hands of Hizbullah’s moujahideen. May this beautiful, bright-faced warrior outlive us all. Labaykah ya Nasrallah! Labaykah ya Abou Hadi! #LongLiveHizbullah #LongLiveSayyedNasrallah #JummahMubarak
by Jonathan “Madd Cold” Azaziah
My ancient bruv from another muv Shan Cee FiftyOne aka He Who Signals The Truth asked me to write this so here goes. My fourth album, “Felicity Of The Oppressed”, is more than just an ode to Yemen in Beats-Rhymes-Life(form) or a mere collective of cohesive songs; it’s a lyrical movie… A Hip-Hop play in 3 acts that starts with a bang, tears your guts out, enrages you and then crescendos with a feeling of victoriousness that soothes and consoles. While every joint stands alone as an individual experience and I did indeed write it that way, F.O.T.O. is meant to be listened to in totality so you can grasp the fullness and connectedness of the concept: Yemen’s pain and suffering at the hands of Earth’s Most Evil, followed by Yemen’s struggle against these oppressors, followed by and concluding with Ansarullah’s triumph over the forces of Dajjal and the globalizing of their win which I am humbled to be part of. You don’t skip around when you’re watching a flick, do you? Because doing so, you lose critical plot points, right? Same idea applies here. Continue reading Felicity Of The Oppressed Ain’t Just An Album, It’s A Lyrical Movie!
by Jonathan Azaziah
Four months and nine days have now gone by since Sheikh Ibrahim Yaqoub al-Zakzaky was savagely shot, beaten and wrongfully imprisoned alongside his wife in the Zaria massacre carried out by the Zionist-Saudi-enslaved Nigerian regime. The fury has reached a point of screaming ’till one’s vocal chords are raw, as we still know absolutely nothing of the Sheikh’s well-being. He was just taken into custody by the ‘Israeli’-Wahhabi-adored stooge Muhammadu Buhari and then nothing; not a word, like he had vanished into the nothingness of purgatory. Even the Sheikh’s own surviving children have been prevented from seeing their unjustly incarcerated parents. Al-Zakzaky loves and defends Palestine with all of his heart and he has awakened hundreds of thousands if not millions of Nigerians to the beauty, truth, importance and righteousness of the Palestinian cause. Every “Palestine Solidarity” activist and their mother should be writing, posting, blogging, tweeting, facebooking, instagramming and talking about this man and calling for his immediate liberation. Instead, they’re bowing down to worship at the altar of the Zionist deceiver Bernie Sanders and promoting Jewish-made films of filth about gay Palestinians in “Tel Aviv”. The message these duplicitious, racist Judeophiles are sending is quite transparent: If only Sheikh Zakzaky was an Ashkenazi Jew, then the “Palestine Solidarity Movement” would exert all types of efforts on his behalf. But since he’s “merely” a resistant Nigerian Shi’a Muslim leader who believes ‘Israel’ should cease to exist, they don’t give half a damn. It seriously could not be more nauseating. #FreeZakzaky #LongLiveZazaky #YaHussein
A report published by Agence France Presse news agency pointed out that the leader of the Yemeni Ansarullah movement, Sayyed Abdul Malik al-Houthi, reminds of Hezbollah Secretary General, Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah, “in terms of the way of expression or the content of the speech delivered.
“Speeches made by Sayyed Houthi focus on the fight against corruption and demanding national partnership and hostility to the West and Israel,” the report illustrated. Continue reading Sayyed Abdul Malik Al-Houthi Is Reminiscent of a young Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah
The leader of Yemen’s Shia Houthi Ansarullah movement says Persian Gulf Arab states, specifically Saudi Arabia, are inciting militancy and supporting the al-Qaeda terrorist group in his country.
Addressing a delegation of Yemeni tribes on Tuesday, Abdul-Malik al-Houthi said Yemen will never bow to the domination of Saudi Arabia and other member states of the [Persian] Gulf Cooperation Council.
He also called upon Arab leaders to close ranks against Israeli violations at the al-Aqsa Mosque and voice their support for the Palestinian cause. Continue reading Houthi Leader: We Will Never Bow To Saudi Arabia; Aqsa Must Be Defended
by Orouba Othman, Al-Akhbar English
The Palestinian left is hostage to the bipolar political division in Palestine. The left has been unable to become a sizeable force compared to other factions, or develop an independent identity in the political equation post-Oslo.
We shed light on the reality of the left in Palestine in light of the dominance of Fatah and Hamas over the political landscape, and the fact that their policy choices of negotiations and resistance respectively, have reached an impasse or a state of uncertainty coupled with limited options.
Gaza – The new generation in the Arab region almost knows no other players in Palestine other than Fatah and Hamas, the two constantly sparring factions, while the name of the Palestinian Islamic Jihad comes to the fore from time to time during Israeli wars and retaliations. Beyond these three names, there is almost no voice for the Palestinian left-wing factions, though they had initiated resistance against Israeli occupation, long before the Islamists. Continue reading The Palestinian left straddled between Fatah’s ‘paradise’ and Hamas’ ‘fire’
Hezbollah’s deputy secretary general says the Lebanese resistance movement will continue its support for Palestinian groups resisting against the Israeli regime, Press TV reports.
“We support all forms of resistance that the Palestinians used. This is their legitimate right to confront their enemy. Hezbollah is based on resisting occupation, this is our main goal,” Sheikh Naim Qassem told an international conference held in the Lebanese capital, Beirut, in solidarity with the Palestinian people. Continue reading Sheikh Na’im Qassem: Hizbullah will keep backing Palestinian Resistance
Syria President Bashar al-Assad received members of the general secretariat of the Union of Palestinian Communities in Europe who wrapped up a recent conference in Damascus, SANA reported.
The secretariat’s chairman Dr. Radi al-Shoaibi led the delegation.
President al-Assad stressed during the meeting that the secretariat choosing Damascus to hold the conference in despite circumstances in Syria and the region carries significant implications, especially the Palestinians’ appreciation for Syria’s key role in championing the Palestinian cause. Continue reading Syrian President Bashar al-Assad: Palestinian Cause Most Affected by Ongoing Events