by Jonathan Azaziah
While the Western-Zionist mainstream media will never tell you so, the Iraqi Resistance is the heroic protector of both Bilad al-Rafidayn AND Bilad al-Sham.
When the Zionist entity and its US-NATO-GCC Panoply of Perniciousness launched the Takfiri terrorist war against Damascus, none of ’em in a million years thought that the Syrian Arab Republic would not only still be standing today but winning in every arena from north to south, east to west. In addition to the steadfastness of the Syrian Arab Army, it was the assistance of Hizbullah, Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps and numerous Iraqi Mouqawamah groups indeed which boosted the Syrian counter-insurgency effort and turned the tide in President Dr. Bashar al-Assad’s favor. Continue reading Iraq’s Harakat al-Nujaba Defends Both Bilad al-Rafidayn AND Bilad al-Sham
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/
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
by Jonathan Azaziah
Notice that the Western colonial feminists so concerned about “women’s rights” in the Arab-Islamic world are silent on what’s happening in Syria today. Why you ask? Because like the Islamic Republic of Iran’s female populace, Syrian women running for office and voting in massive numbers don’t exactly fit their Zionist-manufactured narrative of Arab/Muslim women being oppressed by their “brutal, tyrannical male overlords”. Funniest of all is that these gross subversives, such as FEMEN and other like-similar groups and individuals who hate Arabs and Muslims so much it’s literally oozing from their every pore, are actually funded by some of the most brutal, tyrannical, devilish MEN to walk the earth: Zionists Jed Sunden, Victor Svyatski and of course, George Soros. Continue reading Western Colonial Feminists Are Silent On Syria’s Elections Today
by Jonathan Azaziah
Scenes like this have to KILL Erdogan, Davutoglu, Salman, Washington, “Tel Aviv”, the Qatari tyrant and the Takfiris too; like swords driven right through their blackened hearts. For over five years, these forces of malevolence have all tried to make sure that this man’s presidency came to an end; that the actual, working, bright democratic process of the pluralistic Syrian Arab Republic would be destroyed and subsequently replaced with a Wahhabi puppet regime subservient to ‘Israel’. Instead, Dr. Bashar al-Assad, First Lady Asma and the Syrian people continue fighting and pushing for an end to the Zionist-designed Takfiri war on their nation with all their might. Today’s parliamentary elections–in which the voter turnout was “remarkably high” according to Syrian officials, so high that polls had to be kept open until midnight in fact–are merely one facet of this Syrian steadfastness that goes hand-in-hand with the ongoing victorious military struggle led by the Syrian Arab Army and its allies throughout the nation. With leaders and people as righteous as these, colonialism will NEVER return to Bilad al-Sham and “Greater Israel” will NEVER come to flourish in Damascus. #LongLiveSyria
Damascus, SANA – Interview given by President Bashar al-Assad to BBC News, following is the full text:
Welcome to a BBC News Special. I am Jeremy Bowen. I am in Damascus, in the Presidential Palace, the complex which overlooks Damascus city; and here we have been interviewing the president of Syria, Bashar al-Assad.
Question 1: Mr. President, you’ve lost control of large areas of Syria. The jihadist group that calls itself Islamic State has emerged. There are perhaps 200,000 Syrians dead, millions have lost their homes. The UN envoy Staffan de Mistura has called this the most serious humanitarian crisis in the world since the Second World War. Has Syria become a failed state?
President Assad: No, as long as the government and the state institutions are fulfilling their duty towards the Syrian people, we cannot talk about failed states. Talking about losing control is something completely different. It’s like if you have an invasion of terrorists coming from abroad, and the government is doing its job in fighting and defending its country. Continue reading President al-Assad: We can’t be allied with a country supporting terrorism
Damascus, SANA – President Bashar al-Assad gave an interview to the American magazine Foreign Affairs published on Monday.
Following is the full text of the interview:
Interview given by H.E. President Bashar al-Assad to Foreign Affairs Magazine
Question 1: I would like to start by asking you about the war. It has now been going on for almost four years, and you know the statistics: more than two hundred thousand people have been killed, a million wounded, and more than three million Syrians have fled the country, according to the UN. Your forces have also suffered heavy casualties. The war cannot go on forever. How do you see the war ending?
President Assad: All Wars, anywhere in the world have in the past ended with a political solution because war itself is not the solution; war is one of the instruments of politics. So you end with a political solution. That’s how we see it. That is the headline. Continue reading President al-Assad to Foreign Affairs Magazine: Israel is supporting terrorist organizations in Syria
Damascus, SANA – Deputy Prime Minister, Foreign and Expatriates Minister Walid al-Moallem stressed that Israel is an essential part of the conspiracy against Syria, noting that the government is commissioned to help make Moscow meeting a success.
Al-Moallem stressed in an interview with the Syrian al-Ikhbariya TV channel, aired Tuesday evening, that Israel seeks, through the US, to prolong the crisis in Syria as much as possible.
He dismissed Israel’s aggression against Hizbullah in the southern province of Quneitra, which took place few days ago, as “transgression against the Syrian sovereignty and a brazen act of aggression against the Syrian territory.” Continue reading Al-Moallem: Israel is key part of conspiracy, we will put every effort to make Moscow meeting a success
by Eva Bartlett, Al-Akhbar English
On January 8, in his sparsely-furnished New York City office, the Syrian Arab Republic Ambassador and Permanent Representative to the United Nations, Dr. Bashar al-Ja’afari, sat down with Al-Akhbar for an interview. The veteran diplomat, who has held his position at the UN since 2006, and lives restricted to a 25-mile radius of New York City, has much more to say than the half hour allowed. Defiant as always, he discussed the challenges he faces at the UN, explained why he thinks the organization has lost its way, and censured Western states and media for their hostility toward the Syrian government. Continue reading Syrian Ambassador to the UN Bashar al-Ja’afari on Sovereignty, Terrorism and the Failure of the UN
Damascus, SANA – President Bashar al-Assad gave an interview to the Czech paper Literarni Noviny. Following is the full text of the interview:
Question 1: Mr. President, I would like to start from the beginning. Less than a decade ago, Syria was building its relations with the west, and you were implementing World Bank-proposed reforms, and Mr. Kerry, until 2010, I believe, used to call you “my dear friend,” and somehow, overnight, everything changed, and you became a dictator and a Hitler and so on. What’s your opinion about that? How can you explain this dramatic change?
President Assad: In fact, I haven’t changed, neither have we changed our policies, values or principles. The problem lies with the West, and it’s not a new problem. It is related to the independence of our country. In fact, this is the problem of the west with many other countries, including Syria. During the period you refer to concerning relations with the West, between 2008 and 2010, relations were good, but in fact they were not based on mutual respect. For instance, France wanted Syria to play a role with Iran concerning the nuclear file. What was required was not to be part of that file, but to convince Iran to take steps which are against its interests. We refused to do that. They also wanted us to take a position against resistance in our region before putting an end to Israeli occupation and aggression against the Palestinians and other neighboring countries. We refused that too. They wanted us to sign the Euro-Association Agreement which was against our interests and was meant to turn our country into an open market for their products while giving us a very small share of their markets. We refused to do that because it is against the interests of the Syrian people. Continue reading President al-Assad: Killing civilians is terrorism, events in France brought European policies to account