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We Remember SSNP Legends Ibtissam Harb And Khaled al-Azraq, Martyred Fighting ‘Israel’ On This Day 33 Years Ago

by Jonathan Azaziah

Bow your heads and be in awe of the Martyrs. Many of you have heard and read about Sana’a “Bride Of The South” Mehaidli, the SSNP warrioress who sacrificed herself in the fight against the Zionist occupation on April 9th, 1985, becoming a Resistance icon recognizable to Mouqawamists and striking fear in the spineless beings of our enemies all over the world. What you more than likely have NOT heard and read about are the two legendary SSNP heroes who followed her dauntless example exactly 3 months later on this day 33 years ago: Ibtissam Harb, a 28-year old Lebanese psychology major from the Chouf Mountains, and Khaled al-Azraq, a 20-year Syrian student from ancient Aleppo. Staging their Resistance attacks only five minutes from one another, they hit ‘Israeli’ checkpoints at Hasbaya, right at the foot of Jabal al-Sheikh, and Ras el-Bayyada, a picturesque little place with a turquoise lagoon known all throughout Lebanon’s South for its beauty. The areas are 3 and 8 miles from occupied Palestine respectively–so close you can taste the Palestinian air. In other words, the operations were more than daring as they were carried out inside the fortified “security zone”. Harb and Al-Azraq however did not fear the Jewish terrorist regime’s helicopters, nor tanks, nor artillery. They went forward with pure hearts and unbreakable determination, giving their lives in the process and also killing and wounding nearly three dozen Zionist invaders and their SLA marionettes. Continue reading We Remember SSNP Legends Ibtissam Harb And Khaled al-Azraq, Martyred Fighting ‘Israel’ On This Day 33 Years Ago