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Syrian Women’s Sports Team In Mhardeh, Hama Fights Takfiri Barbarism By Continuing To Play And Continuing To Live

by Jonathan Azaziah

If you asked Syrians 6 years ago if they thought that playing sports would one day be considered an act of resistance key to overthrowing a Zionist project targeting our region, they would’ve laughed in your face. Hysterically. But, as odd and upsetting as it may sound, that is exactly the case at this current time. Say salaam to the Women’s Sports Team of Mhardeh in the Hama countryside. By doing what they do–playing volleyball, basketball and handball–and taking such photos, these courageous women are taking their lives in their hands. Why, you inquire? Why would gorgeous and gifted athletes like these have their very existence put at risk by virtue of their profession? Because their beautiful, picturesque Orontes River town is currently being besieged by Takfiri terrorist gangs, among them a particularly vile FSA brigade known as Jaysh al-Izza, which has received money, training and anti-tank missiles from the US ZOG. The residents of Mhardeh are predominantly Christian and have lived side by side with their Muslim neighbors in communal harmony for hundreds of years. Zio-NATO’s mercenaries want to destroy the town, burn the churches, convert the mosques into Wahhabi bases and wipe out all aspects of the Syrian way of life–ESPECIALLY women’s sports and everything else pertaining to the equal status that women have in the Syrian Arab Republic. Continue reading Syrian Women’s Sports Team In Mhardeh, Hama Fights Takfiri Barbarism By Continuing To Play And Continuing To Live

Syrian Women’s Basketball League Photos Are A Blow To The Global Anti-Syria Propaganda Campaign

by Jonathan Azaziah

The photos released today of the Syrian Women’s Basketball League shouldn’t merely be commented on because of beautiful women — and no doubt that Bilad al-Sham, from Aleppo’s northern tip to gorgeously resistant Bint Jbeil and everywhere in between, is home to the most radiant women on Earth 🙂 <3 –engaging in a game that isn’t allowed in areas of Syria occupied by the backwards, barbaric, bloodthirsty Takfiris, i.e. exposing the dichotomy between secular Syrian rule and the murderous intolerance of British-spawned, Judaically-derived Wahhabism. Nor should the pictures be spread solely due to the ethno-sectarian makeup of the players–Sunni, Shi’a, Druze, Alawi, as well as Armenian and Assyrian Christians–which vibrantly shows the Syrian Arab Republic’s incandescent pluralism. Both points are equally valid and critical to make note of but these women–and the actual game that they passionately play–represent something far bigger: A massive blow to the ongoing global propaganda campaign against Syria, its people, its president and its army. Because as Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah has said repeatedly, the media war against Damascus is even bigger than the military war, so images like this constitute something equivalent to game-changing battlefield advancement in Aleppo, Hama or the Syrian capital on the war-front of information. Continue reading Syrian Women’s Basketball League Photos Are A Blow To The Global Anti-Syria Propaganda Campaign

Western Colonial Feminists Are Silent On Syria’s Elections Today

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