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Merry Orthodox Christmas To Mother Russia, Vladimir Putin And The Heroic Russian Armed Forces

by Jonathan Azaziah

A merry, merry, MERRY Orthodox Christmas to Mother Russia, President Vladimir Putin and the warm, generous and pure-hearted Russian people. Amid this new blitz of Russophobia unleashed on the planet by the Zionist media and Western regimes, it’s vital not to get swept up in the torrential propaganda rains and lose sight of just how much Russia has given to humanity via its steadfast counter-hegemonic position on Syria. The Russian Federation exercised its full international power at the UN, vetoing resolution after resolution that even APPEARED to pose a threat to the Syrian Arab Republic. Moscow has pumped tens of billions of dollars into the Syrian economy –rivaled in this department only by the Islamic Republic of Iran–in the form of direct funds, weapons to fight terrorism, petrol, food and other necessities as a means of counteracting the cruel, criminal US-EU sanctions. Continue reading Merry Orthodox Christmas To Mother Russia, Vladimir Putin And The Heroic Russian Armed Forces

The Anatomy Of A NATO Deflection Operation: ISIS Reoccupies Palmyra To Distract From Aleppo Victory

by Jonathan Azaziah

In the midst of the liberation of Aleppo, which to date is the biggest victory of the Syrian Arab Army and its allies over this felonious five-year conspiracy, a terrible tragedy occurred exactly one week ago in the Homs countryside. Tadmur aka Palmyra was reoccupied by the genocidal Wahahbi cult commonly called Daesh. While this dreadful turn of events took the Resistance Axis by surprise, it tellingly did not shake up Western capitals, nor the Zionist media, which remained relatively calm about the matter. It is this silence from the former and passivity from the latter that betrays the dirty hands of the Empire in the reborn Takfiri theft of Palmyra. Continue reading The Anatomy Of A NATO Deflection Operation: ISIS Reoccupies Palmyra To Distract From Aleppo Victory

Manbij “Liberation” To Omran Daqneesh The Orange Seat Boy: Zionist Media War On Syria Never Stops

by Jonathan Azaziah

First the “liberation” of Manbij. Now the manufactured worldwide outrage over 5-year old Omran Daqneesh aka “The Orange Seat Boy”, aka “The Aleppo Ambulance Boy”, aka “The Miracle Boy Who Survived A Russian (or was it a ‘regime’?) Air Strike”. So many lies to debunk against the Syrian Arab Republic, so little time. Let’s get on with it though, shall we?

Manbij wasn’t “liberated” as liberation can only come at the hands of Syrians who fight in the name of preserving Syrian sovereignty and pluralism, not Imperialists and traitors who fight in the name of ethnic chauvinism and an American-‘Israeli’ destabilization agenda. All that took place in Manbij was one covert US-Zionist proxy–ISIS–happened to get replaced with an overt US-Zionist proxy–the Syrian Democratic Forces led by the treacherous PYD/YPG. Let us also not forget to note that it was the American regime and its French colonialist pals that have slaughtered hundreds of Syrian civilians in and around Manbij over the last several weeks with zero, yes, ZERO international outcry. But the murderers, invaders and terrorists are liberators now?! Enough! What this really is, on the surface level, is a move orchestrated to give the US-founded fake “anti-ISIS” coalition a public relations “victory” and make it appear as if a “fight against terrorism” is actually being carried out. And on a subterranean level, the “liberation” of Manbij took place to give collaborationist Kurdish forces a strong foothold in a key northern Syrian area so they can push forward with their ‘Israeli’-birthed Federalization/”Rojava”/Partition agenda. This is confirmed by the latest PYD/YPG aggression–launched because the Kurds felt emboldened by their “success” on the Manbij front–in Hasakah City that was thankfully repelled by the Syrian Arab Army. Continue reading Manbij “Liberation” To Omran Daqneesh The Orange Seat Boy: Zionist Media War On Syria Never Stops

The Battle For Humanity’s Future Rages: Aleppo Today Is Aleppo In June 1979 and Lebanon In July 2006

by Jonathan Azaziah

The grand battle currently unfolding in Aleppo is a repetition of history. Over 37 years ago on June 16th, 1979 in Aleppo’s Ramouseh district–where ferocious fighting is still ongoing between thousands of Takfiris from various Al-Qaeda branches and Mouqawamah Axis forces–a brigade of “Muslim” Brotherhood terrorists marched into the Ramouseh Artillery College and slaughtered around 80 Syrian cadets. These Wahhabi maniacs claimed that they were targeting “Nusayris” (Takfiri slur for ‘Alawis)–as if this somehow justifies their demented barbarity–but in reality, there were ‘Alawis, Sunnis, Shi’a and Christians among the massacred young soldiers, proving that even back then Takfiris killed everyone regardless of faith or sect. Hafez al-Assad sent Syrian special forces into every pocket of Halab to hunt down the perpetrators and eventually captured them then sentenced them to death. Following Ikhwan’s unspeakable crime, suicide car bombings and other terrorist attacks engulfed Aleppo, no different than what Halabis are experiencing daily at this very moment, and it wasn’t until February 1982 that the US-‘Israeli’-Saudi-Jordanian-Saddam-backed “Muslim” Brotherhood insurgency was finally crushed. Continue reading The Battle For Humanity’s Future Rages: Aleppo Today Is Aleppo In June 1979 and Lebanon In July 2006

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