by Jonathan Azaziah
More than a bit anomalous for a wordsmith to utter this sort of sentiment but sometimes even the oldest, most mineral-rich rivers dry up… And as of this moment, I am out of words. After ‘Israel’ bombed illegally besieged Gaza on Thursday and murdered 18-month old Palestinian toddler Bayan Khamash and her 23-year old mother Inas, who was also 9 months pregnant and set to give birth any day… I’m simply… Out. There won’t be an essay filled with myriad transhistorical references to Jewish supremacist evil. There won’t be any military/geopolitical analysis about the imminent and inevitable demise of the Zionist project. There won’t be invocations of past martyrs or past crimes of the artificial Jewish “state”. There just won’t. Because it’s not necessary. Look at her image on the coffin – JUST LOOK AT HER – and ask yourself the following questions: Does an entity that prides itself on slaughtering babies like Bayan deserve “legitimacy”? Does an entity that views pregnant women like Bayan’s mother Inas as fair game for its occupation army deserve “peace”? And does such an entity that engages in such barbarity even deserve to exist? Continue reading No End To ‘Israeli’ Barbarity: 18-Month Old Bayan Khamash and Her Pregnant Mother Inas Slaughtered By IOF In Gaza
by Jonathan Azaziah
The poem is most certainly mightier than the occupation. 36-year old Palestinian poet Dareen Tatour has been sentenced to 5 more months in prison by the usurping Zionist cancer for a poem she wrote in Autumn of 2015 called “Qawem Ya Sha3bi, Qawemhoum (Resist, My People, Resist Them)”. She already spent 3 months in a Jewish dungeon after she was initially arrested in October of 2015 and has been on house arrest with invasive and despicable IOF monitoring for nearly 3 years since. Her prison sentence, which starts next Wednesday, isn’t the end of her nightmare either. As of this moment, she’s still banned from using the Internet and cell phones as well as publishing any of her poetry. Yes, this is exactly like a Zionized version of one of those dystopian, totalitarian sci-fi flicks Jewish Hollywood is always producing–only the dystopian totalitarianism of Jewish supremacy is very much real. An indigenous woman is going to prison — again — for writing a poem that calls on her fellow indigenous brethren not to make “peace” with the bloodthirsty, supremacist terrorists who have been stealing their land, hijacking their culture and destabilizing their region in one capacity or another for nearly a century and a half. Continue reading Poetry Is Mightier Than The Entity: Palestinian Poet Dareen Tatour Sentenced To Prison By ‘Israel’ For Her Powerful Words
by Jonathan Azaziah
Saudi Arabia’s election to the UN Women’s Rights Commission is, without reservation, an abomination to end all abominations; a hypocrisy to end all hypocrisies; a sick joke to end all sick jokes–almost as sick as the swill that flies out of the mouth of Christ-hating Zionist hag Sarah Silverman. That this regime–which does not allow a woman to even step outside of her home without a male guardian watching over her every move, which bankrolls and arms terrorists in Syria who are caging, raping and killing Syrian women and abducting little Syrian girls to sell in (Zionist-linked) human-trafficking rings, and which is bombing, maiming and starving our sisters in Yemen–could be elected to such a body shows how corrupt, worthless and how completely (and hopelessly) aligned with the Empire that the UN is. Just as Al-Saud literally bought its seat on the UN Human Rights Council from the UK for around 100,000 smackers–another borderline-satirical political event that represents a total aversion to anything and everything EVER associated with the concept of “human rights”–there isn’t much doubt that the same scenario occurred here. Only a matter of who was paid and what the price was. Continue reading Beware Of UN Watch: Zionist Jews Attempting To Hijack Our Anti-Wahhabi, Anti-Saudi Discourse
GAZA CITY (Ma’an) — Over 100 Palestinian women were arrested by the Israeli military in 2014, an official at the Palestinian Authority Department of Prisoner Affairs said Friday.
Abd al-Naser Farawna, the head of the census unit at the department, said in a statement that there were 112 Palestinian women and girls arrested by Israeli forces in 2014, a 70 percent increase from 2013. Continue reading Criminal Zionist regime arrested 112 Palestinian women in 2014
Four Palestinians including an elderly woman were injured after Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) opened fire on protesters in two separate villages in the occupied West Bank, Ma’an news agency reported Friday, while 15 Palestinians, including a prominent leader, were arrested.
Two Palestinian women, 72-year-old Yusra Mohammed al-Haj al-Abd and 48-year-old Jumana Ahmed Shayib, were injured by so-called “sponge” bullets in the village of Farun south of Tulkarem in the West Bank. Continue reading Genocidal Zionist dragon wounds 4 Palestinians, arrests 15 others including DFLP leader
A Palestinian woman suspected of stabbing an Israeli settler on December 1 was defending herself after being harassed by the man, a Palestinian official claimed Tuesday.
Amal Jamal Taqatqa, 22, was shot and critically wounded by soldiers near Gush Etzion on December 1 after allegedly stabbing an Israeli settler.
The director of Bethlehem’s military liaison department told Ma’an news agency that officials requested an investigation into the shooting, but that it has been delayed due to the political atmosphere.
“Is it reasonable that 46 surveillance cameras in Gush Etzion settlement bloc have failed to document what really happened between Amal Taqatqa, 22, from Beit Fajjar and an Israeli settler who claimed that she attempted to stab him?” Khaled Qaddura said. Continue reading Palestinian woman who stabbed Israeli settler was defending herself: official
The wife of a Palestinian prisoner who has been jailed for almost 14 years gave birth to twins on Thursday after using her husbands’ sperm smuggled from jail.
Nine months after his wife gave birth to their first daughter, Ziad al-Qawasmi from Hebron spent two years in jail before being sentenced for a further 13 years.
Ziad has five brothers in Israeli jails, while two others were killed by Israeli forces. Another brother was deported to Gaza, where he now lives. Continue reading Palestinian woman gives birth to twins from jailed husband’s smuggled sperm
BETHLEHEM (Ma’an) — Israeli forces shot and critically injured a 22-year-old Palestinian woman on Monday after she allegedly stabbed an Israeli settler near Gush Etzion in the southern West Bank.
Palestinian sources identified the woman as 22-year-old Amal Jamal Taqatqa from the nearby town of Beit Fajjar. Continue reading Palestinian heroine shot by IOF after stabbing Israeli settler