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Random Rhymes: Syria Still Shines!

by Jonathan “Madd Cold” Azaziah

The Syrian Arab Republic still shines and beams/‘Cause its armed forces, Hizbullah and their vibrant teams/ain’t let the US-Zionist swine achieve its violent dreams/Men of God ain’t let the House of Saud capitalize on its mindless schemes/Whole world owes Syria a debt, let’s make it a timeless meme/

“Gay Rights” Discussions Have ZERO Place In Palestine Liberation Discourse

by Jonathan Azaziah

Okay. What the HELL is this? For real, what in the name of Almighty God is this rubbish? A new documentary called “Oriented”, directed by British Jew Jake Witzenfeld–it would be a Witzenfeld making this sort of filth, wouldn’t it?– covers the lives of three gay Palestinians in “Tel Aviv”, including one self-described “flirty diva chatterbox” named Khader Abou Sayf, and it is set to hit the Chicago Palestine Film Festival at the end of the month. Tag-line for the film is “We are Palestine, we’re here and we’re queer”. Vomit-inducing? This would be stating it mildly. I can’t understand for the life of me why male homosexuality, lesbianism and transgenderism constantly have to be draped over the Palestinian cause.

These things don’t have a damn thing to do with liberating Palestine and sending every last land-stealing Jewish supremacist parasite packing, either by plane, train, bus, boat or coffin. These things don’t have one iota of relevance to stopping ‘Israel’ from destroying the region, namely Syria, Iraq and Yemen. These things, flamboyantly practiced in the Judaized West, ultimately, are ALIEN to our culture, our religion, our history and our identity. If the abomination of two men getting married is suddenly allowed in Al-Quds, is this going to expedite the liberation of Al-Aqsa and Qoubbat al-Sakrah? Hell no. If Palestinians suddenly become cool with the obscenity of two women making out in the streets of Gaza, is this going to end the siege? Hell no. If gay and lesbian bars become the norm in Haifa–and they’re starting to, disgustingly and unfortunately enough–will this hasten the freedom of the 1948 lands? Hell no once more. Quite the opposite in fact! So what exactly is the damn point of any of this except to distract, deflect and divide? Continue reading “Gay Rights” Discussions Have ZERO Place In Palestine Liberation Discourse

On The Importance Of Hizbullah and the Iraqi Popular Mobilization In Palmyra’s Liberation

by Jonathan Azaziah

While there’s been a lot of coverage in the wake of Palmyra’s liberation about the key role of the Russian Aerospace Forces, much less has been said, unfortunately, about the role of Hizbullah as well as the Iraqi Popular Mobilization, which has barely been discussed at all. The Lebanese Islamic Resistance’s expertise in guerilla/asymmetrical warfare was most certainly the deciding factor in the sheer swiftness of the Tadmur triumph. And the Iraqi Popular Mobilization, specifically the mighty Imam Ali (A.S.) Brigade, which had been on the front lines of the ancient desert city as far back as December 2015, was integral in securing the outskirts of Palmyra and vast swathes of desert territory because of its intimate knowledge of the Syrian-Iraqi border. It was the Iraqi Popular Mobilization, backed up and led by Hizbullah, that prevented ISIS’s reinforcements from pouring over from the Iraqi side of the border as Syrian soldiers pounded ISIS closer to Tadmur’s gates. Continue reading On The Importance Of Hizbullah and the Iraqi Popular Mobilization In Palmyra’s Liberation

From Classic to Post-Resistance: On Hizbullah’s Transformation

by Amal Saad, Al-Akhbar English

Hezbollah’s intervention in Syria has been criticized by many in the Arab world as a sign that “they have abandoned resistance to fight fellow Muslims.” Their recent qualitative operation in Sheba’a against an Israeli military convoy, however, serves as a reminder that the movement has not shifted its focus away from Israel and is able to fight on several fronts simultaneously.

Hezbollah’s continued prioritization of its resistance activity, while entangled in multiple military theaters across the region, indicates that it has transcended its original, singular mission of resisting Israel. Confronting Israel is now one role among several others Hezbollah has assumed in the post-uprising regional political order, which has ushered in the rise of Takfirism. Outgrowing its resistance role, Hezbollah now assumes responsibility for guarding Lebanon’s borders, facilitating homeland security and counter-terrorism, as well as counter-insurgency operations in Syria and Iraq. Continue reading From Classic to Post-Resistance: On Hizbullah’s Transformation

Resistance Forces’ Preemptive Strike in Southern Syria Frustrates Israeli-Jordanian-Takfiri Plots

by Mohamed Salami, Al-Manar

“The Preemptive strike” is the term which most political and military analysts used to describe the campaign which the Syrian Army and its allies in Hizbullah and the IRGC have launched against the terrorist groups in the southern part of the country.

Being preemptive, the Syrian military campaign is launched to foil all the terrorist plots devised by the takfiri groups which are directly supported by the Zionist entity, the West and a number of Arab countries. Continue reading Resistance Forces’ Preemptive Strike in Southern Syria Frustrates Israeli-Jordanian-Takfiri Plots

Patience is a virtue: Syrian Arab Army and Hizbullah launch offensive in Quneitra

by Leith Fadel, Al-Masdar News

Almost 24 hours after launching their offensive in northern Dara’a, the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) – in cooperation with the National Defense Forces (NDF) and Hezbollah (Party of God) – targeted the strategic villages of ‘Umm Batna and Mosahra, along with a number of hills near Tal Al-Haraa in the Al-Quneitra Governorate. Continue reading Patience is a virtue: Syrian Arab Army and Hizbullah launch offensive in Quneitra

Hamas About To Officially Return to the Resistance Axis

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

Take That Saudis and Zionists! Houthis announce takeover of Yemen

SANAA (AP/The Daily Star): Yemen’s Houthi rebels announced Friday that they have taken over the country and dissolved parliament, a dramatic move that finalizes their months-long power grab.

It could also play into the hands of Yemen’s Al-Qaeda branch, the world’s most dangerous offshoot of the terror group, and jeopardize the U.S. counterterrorism operations in the country.

The declaration was read out by TV announcer who said the move marked “a new era that will take Yemen to safe shores.” It was televised to the nation on the rebels’ television network, Al-Masseria TV. Continue reading Take That Saudis and Zionists! Houthis announce takeover of Yemen

Iran Revolutionary Guard: Khamenei Limited Number of Youth Allowed to Fight Abroad

Iran’s Supreme Leader has permitted a limited group of Iranian youth to fight along with “Iraqi, Syrian and Lebanese brothers,” according to Commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) Major General Mohammed Ali Jafari.

Jafari, while addressing a ceremony in Tehran last Friday, mentioned discussions he had with Iran’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, saying that “despite the number of youth who are permitted to join the fighting (outside Iran), no one else should leave the country” for resistance abroad, the Iranian Mashregh news agency reported.

Jafari hailed Lebanon’s Hezbollah resistance movement for taking “revenge” for the recent Israeli air raid on the Syrian Golan Heights. Jafari said that “Hezbollah’s recent attack on Israel was a response with the lowest degree of severity and we hope that they take the lesson not to repeat such mistakes (in future).” Continue reading Iran Revolutionary Guard: Khamenei Limited Number of Youth Allowed to Fight Abroad

Iran’s Suleimani Pays Tribute to Hizbullah’s Quneitra Martyrs

Commander of the Iranian Al-Quds Brigades, Major General Qassem Suleimani paid tribute to Hezbollah martyrs who fell in the Israeli aerial aggression on Syria’s Quneitra. Continue reading Iran’s Suleimani Pays Tribute to Hizbullah’s Quneitra Martyrs