by Jonathan Azaziah
On this day one year ago, the monstrous Saudi regime crucified and beheaded Ayatollah Nimr al-Nimr (R.A.), the Lion of Qatif, the Angel of Awamiyah, for the “crime” of protesting against the tyranny of the Wahhabi monarchy occupying the Hijaz. Nimr did not shed any blood. Nimr did not call for fitnah, nor sedition, nor unrest. His only “aggression” was raising his voice and when it hit the pinnacle of decibels, the tyrants not only in Riyadh but everywhere in our region trembled like leaves on dying trees in a windstorm. Al-Saud accused him of “seeking foreign meddling” in the Kingdom of Darkness but Nimr was the agent of no state; he was loyal to nothing and no one but ALLAH (SWT). The degenerate despots accused him of “disobeying the state’s authorities” but disobedience towards unjust “laws” and the even more unjust dictators who implement them is the duty of every Muslim who seeks to enjoin good and forbid evil, is is not? The fathers of terrorism accused him of “taking up arms against the state” but Nimr’s only weapon was his tongue. Continue reading Ayatollah Nimr al-Nimr’s Martyrdom One Year On: The Struggle Against Al-Saud Continues In His Memory
by Jonathan Azaziah
Say salaam to the Ayatollah Nimr al-Nimr missile launcher. The moujahideen of the Iraqi Popular Mobilization are using this pretty lil’ thing right now in Fallujah as they pound away at the positions of ISIS. Hope you’re enjoying the show Al-Saud! Consider every projectile fired at your Takfiri proxies and the beatdown our men are laying on ’em a most righteous vengeance for the abominable crime you committed against the Lion of Qatif. Ya Nimr! Your blood is not cheap! And the people of Iraq, as well as the Resistance of Iraq, shall never forget your unparalleled courage, your extraordinary steadfastness and your incomparably heroic sacrifice. #LongLiveIraq #RIPNimrAlNimr #DeathToSaud
The Saudi regime troops stormed on Saturday the town of Awamiya, eastern country, killing four civilians, injuring 20 and detaining 4 others.
The photos of the martyrs were circulated via the social networks which also showed how the regime troops besieged the town in the early morning before they employed helicopters and armored vehicle to storm it.
Loud explosions were heard in the region as a result of the regime operation which lasted for 7 hours, according to media reports. Continue reading Saudi Regime Troops Assault Awamiya: Four Martyrs, Twenty Injured