by Jonathan Azaziah
Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah is the apple of Arabs’ eyes; the light of our lives; the fierce adoration of our warrior hearts; the gleam of our souls and the voice of Haqq that stands out as perspicuously in a cacophony of collaborators and cutthroats as a songbird in a sky full of vultures. And today, as he delivered another stentorian speech that rocked the enemy and its servants down to their corrupted DNA, honoring fallen Hizbullah Commander Hajj Isma’il “Abou Khalil” Zahri (R.A.), exposing Saudi Arabia’s ongoing normalization with the genocidal Zionist entity and its savage massacre of Yemenis in the village of Sarari among other global atrocities, saluting martyred Palestinian superhero Muhammad Fakih (R.A.) of the Qassam Brigades and declaring that Imperialist dreams have been buried in Syria’s Aleppo after recent Resistance Axis victories, we are yet again reminded of the Hizbullah Secretary-General’s unmatched ability to inspire and prepare us for the next phase of our struggle. If there was any Arab that deserved the title of King, Emir, Sultan, Prince, Royal and Sheikh of Sheikhs, it is Sayyed Abou Hadi and Sayyed Abou Hadi alone. Continue reading No Arab Deserves Title Of King But Sayyed Nasrallah and Sayyed Nasrallah Alone
by Jonathan Azaziah
On Naksa Day 2016, 49 years after the Zionist abomination stole the rest of Al-Quds, the West Bank, the Gaza Strip (which has since been liberated though is still besieged), the Egyptian Sinai (which the ‘Israelis’ still control though they dismantled the ‘Yamit’ settlement) and the Syrian Golan Heights (which Syria regained a part of in the ’73 October War), I am going to refrain from thinking about the hundreds of thousands of refugees brought about by this Zionist aggression, the tens of thousands of innocents murdered, the hundreds of destroyed Palestinian and Syrian villages, the new hideous Jewish colonies that have been constructed and every other monstrosity inextricably linked to the criminal ‘Israeli’ entity’s putrefying presence. Though it is indeed the “day of the setback”, I am going to try with every fiber of my being not to dwell on the sadness, the tragedies, the shattered hearts and the broken dreams, for if we stay in that dark space, we shall be swallowed. Continue reading Naksa Day 2016: We Shall Not Be Sad Or Broken But Hopeful
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 Qassem Qassem, Al-Akhbar English
Iran and Hamas have almost mended their relationship, even though Hamas leader Khaled Meshaal has yet to visit Tehran. The two sides held long discussions in the last few days, which culminated with the Hamas delegation passing on the requests of their military wing, the al-Qassam Brigades. These included requests for supplies of Iranian weapons in preparation for any future conflicts.
Hamas’ political experience with the so-called “moderate Arabs,” and those close to the Muslim Brotherhood, has shown that Iranian support for the Palestinian cause and resistance to the Israeli occupation is more consistent. According to Hamas leaders, the last Israeli attack on Gaza — the third in six years — showed that the axis of Arab moderates, with which the organization tried to establish closer relations, stood against Hamas during the war. Continue reading Hamas About To Officially Return to the Resistance Axis
BETHLEHEM (Ma’an) — Senior Hamas official Moussa Abu Marzouq on Sunday lashed out against Abdel Fattah al-Sisi a day after the Egyptian leader heaped blame on Hamas for their alleged support of a Wahhabi insurgency in the Sinai peninsula.
The current regime in Egypt is a “coup against the history, the ethics, and the principles of Egypt,” the Hamas official said in a statement on his Facebook page. Continue reading Abu Marzouq: Cairo regime a ‘coup against Egyptian ethics’
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) — The general commander of Hamas’ military wing Muhammad Deif sent a letter of condolence to Hezbollah chief Hasan Nasrallah after an Israeli airstrike on Syria killed six fighters from the group.
Deputy chief of Hamas’ political bureau, Ismail Haniyeh, also sent a letter to the Lebanese group’s leader following the airstrike.
In the letter, seen by Ma’an, Deif said that resistance forces should join into one project against Israel, “the real enemy of the nation.” Continue reading Hamas military chief sends condolences to Hizbullah
A Palestinian Resistance fighter was martyred and an Israeli officer was injured as clashes broke out between Palestinian resistance and occupation forces near the border with the besieged strip of Gaza. Continue reading Palestinian Fighter Martyred, Zionist Officer Injured as IOF, Gaza Resistance Trade Fire
Hamas confirmed its adherence to the resistance and its weapons until the liberation of all the Palestinian territories from the abomination of the Zionist enemy.
During a military parade organized by the movement in the Gaza Strip on the occasion of the twenty-seventh anniversary of Hamas’ foundation on Sunday, Ezzedine al-Qassam Brigades spokesman Abu Obeida said that the Israeli entity is on the brink of extinction and collapse due to the resistance and sacrifices of the martyrs. Continue reading Hamas in Its 27th Anniversary Celebration Thanks Iran and Vows to Destroy Israel