by Jonathan Azaziah
I know what you’re thinking. It’s the 16th martyrdom anniversary of American heroine and Eternal Soldier of the Intifada Rachel Corrie (rip), crushed to death by an ‘Israeli’ bulldozer while she was protecting the home of Palestinian pharmacist Samir Nasrallah on this day in 2003. What’s up with the title of this essay and what does the Nakash family, a bunch of fashion and real estate tycoons, have to do with her? Quite a bit, actually, considering her name is invoked constantly by “BDS” activists and her martyrdom is used by such types as a rallying cry to boycott ‘Israel’–when her bravery should be used as the umpteenth proof that Zion needs to die the death of many other colonialist regimes before it.
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by Jonathan Azaziah
Some souls are simply destined to be heroes, you know? The kinds of folks who, from very early on in their lives, have nothing on their minds but coming to the aid of their fellow humans even if it means losing the air in their own lungs in the process. Rachel Corrie was such a being. And it was on this day 14 years ago that she was murdered in cold blood by the Jewish supremacist entity. The Second Intifada was raging in Gaza as Palestinian Resistance forces heavily engaged settlers and occupation soldiers in a steadfast effort to liberate the Strip. Typically however, because fighting moujahideen face-to-face is something that the ‘Israeli’ enemy’s puny army has always failed to do, IOF decided to target civilians in an effort to convince Mouqawamah fighters from moving forward with their righteous mission. Disgustingly, ‘Israel’ rolled out its Caterpillar D-9 military bulldozers and began eviscerating homes in the strategic southern Gaza city of Rafah. And there stood Rachel Corrie. Continue reading We Remember Rachel Corrie, An Eternal Soldier Of The Intifada, 14 Years To The Day That ‘Israel’ Murdered Her