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UK author: Israel is worst terrorist than Hamas

flag[1]UK journalist, author and feminist, Uganda-born Yasmin Alibhai-Brown crossed the Jewish Lobby ‘Red-Line’ on March 29, 2015. In a column at UK daily Independent, she called the Zionist entity a worst terrorist entity than Islamic resistance Hamas, ruling the Gaza Strip without Israel-US-EU blessings since 2006.

Hamas is a wicked and dangerous force in the Middle East. But Israel is now more wicked and dangerous,” she said.

Yasmin said that the Organized Jewry, despite the huge propaganda, doesn’t believe in the so-called ‘Freedom of Press’ when it involves criticism of Israel, Holocaust or Zionism. To prove her point, she mentioned its opposition to a debate at the Southampton University.

She also touched on the new Jewish religion Holocaust by saying: “Jewish thinkers and writers in the UK, US and Israel are now questioning the way the Holocaust has been cheapened and used to justify inhumane policies and actions of state of Israel.”

Yasmin, however, also praised her “lefty” Jewish friends, saying: “I wish more of us Muslims acknowledged Jewish men and women who, in spite of intolerable pressures, fight for Palestine, an ethical, just Israel and equality for all. I wish more Muslims were as fair-minded and honourable as these Jewish resistors.”

So you, see, she is not a “bigot” Muslim extremist who hates Jews for being Jewish. But, she did call the Zionist entity “apartheid”, “racist”, “anti-Jewish”, and “exploiter” of Holocaust in the past.

Yasmin is wrong to compare Hamas actions with the US pampered Israel Occupation Force (IOF). Hamas has every right under international laws to wage an armed resistance against Western colonists occupying its ancestral homeland. The Israeli army by its past savagery in Gaza and Lebanon has proved beyond any doubt that it’s the greatest terrorist organization in the Middle East.

Well, Yasmin is not the only who has crossed the ‘Red Line’. On April 1, 2015, BBC’s former ME correspondent in occupied Jerusalem (1995-2000), Jeremy Bowen, interviewed Hamas political leader Khaled Meshaal in Doha, Qatar, where he lives. During the interview, Meshaal accused Zionist prime minister Benjamin Netanyahy for killing Israel-Palestine peace process. The Jewish Lobby was all praise for Meshaal when he left Damascus to join the US-Israel led anti-Assad coalition a few years ago. Ironically, Meshaal’s gamble didn’t pay-off. Now, he is trying his best to return to the ‘Axis of Resistance’ (Iran-Syria-Hizbullah).

US didn’t make Iran the ‘regional power’

Despite that Washington holds more than $26 billion Iranian accounts frozen in US banks and ‘crippling sanctions’ against the Islamic Republic since 1980s – many western leaders believe that it’s America’s proxy wars for the Zionist entity in the Middle East that made Iran a regional power.

British foreign secretary, Lord David Owen, claimed in December 2011 that America’s removal of Saddam Hussein being a threat to Israel and subsequent nine-year occupation of Iraq made Iran regional super power.

On January 27, 2015, Patrick J. Buchanan made a similar claim. Buchanan is a known Islamophobe. He was Republican party’s presidential candidate twice, in 1992 and 1996. Though he was associated with Jewish-controlled MSNBC for nearly ten years – he got fired under pressure from Jewish groups for saying the truth in his 2012 book, Suicide of a Superpower: Will America Survive to 2015? that Israel lobby AIPAC has too much power in the United States.

Buchanan wrote: Last week’s panic was triggered by the ouster of the pro-American Yemeni President by Houthi rebels. Suddenly, we heard wails that Iran has now captured four Arab capitals – Baghdad, Beirut, Damascus and Sanaa.

George Bush sent an army up to Baghdad (in 2003), ousted Iran’s greatest enemy, Saddam, disbanded his army, smashed his state, and brought to power a Shia majority with religious and historic bonds to Iran.

As for Damascus, Iran is but backing the Alawite Shia regime of Bashar Assad, whose father, Hafez Assad, was Bush I’s ally in Desert Storm.

As for Beirut, Hezbollah arose as a resistance movement when Ariel Sharon invaded Lebanon in 1982. Yitzhak Rabin would come to regret the consequences: “We let the Shia genie out of the bottle.”

But if al-Qaeda and ISIS are our real enemies now, Iran, Hezbollah, Assad and the Houthis are all de facto allies, fighting on the same side with us.

A closer look reveals a Shia minority in a Sunni-dominated world where Shia are despised heretics. And of all the terrorist organizations we have the most reason to fear and hate – al-Qaida, Islamic State, Ansar al-Sharia, Boko Haram — none is Shia, all are Sunni.

What about Iran’s drive to build a nuclear bomb? Well, Israel has 100-300 atom bombs. America has thousands. Iran’s Muslim neighbor Pakistan has scores. And Iran? She has no bomb.

Shamus Cooke, American writer and social service worker doesn’t agree with the US-chest-beating claim. On October 25, 2014, he wrote: Iran’s regional power is bolstered by its political and religious connections throughout the Middle East. Not only does Shia Muslim Iran exert automatic authority over Shia majority Iraq, but also over Shia Hezbollah and Shia-led Syria. This region-wide dynamic is often referred to as the “Shia Crescent.” There also exist sizable oppressed Shia populations in Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Yemen, and Turkey that act as intrinsic political thorns in the sides of these Sunni sectarian governments, giving Iran a powerful political base in each case.

The truth is, it was the leadership of Imam Khomeini, Ayatullah Ali Khamenei, and Ahmadinejad that made Iran a regional power.

Imad Mughniyeh: The Lebanese ‘Superman’

Mughniyeh[1]On January 31, 2015, Jeff Stein at the Jewish Newsweek made Hizbullah commander Hajj Radwan Imad Mughniyeh, a Superman by accusing him of being the “mastermind” of almost every Israeli Mossad false flag operations in Middle East and Argentina.

The list of Mughniyeh’s glorious achievements include 1983 bombing of US embassy in Beirut, the 1985 hijacking of TWA flight 847, and the 1992 bombing of Israeli embassy in Buenos Aires and 1995 bombing of Jewish lobby headquarter AMIA in Buenos Aires.

Jeff Stein claimed that Imad Mughniyeh killed more Americans than the dreaded Al-Qaeda which is currently fighting US-Israeli proxy wars in Syria and Iraq. In other words, Mughniyeh had killed more than the 3,000 Americans killed by Israeli Mossad during its 9/11 terror attacks.

On January 30, 2015, Indian Hindu Ms Swati Sharma at Jewish Washington Post claimed that according to a new “revelation”, CIA helped Mossad in the assassination of Imad Mugneyah. Mughniyeh was martyred in a car bombing in Syria on February 13, 2008. Listen below what Mughniyeh think of his mission in life.

Imad Mughniyeh’s son Jihad Mughniyeh along with five other Hizbullah fighters were martyred by an Israeli missile inside Syrian part of Golan Heights last month.

Israeli press and Jewish Lobby in United States have slammed Obama administration over the ill-timing of report on CIA-Mossad collaboration in the assassination of Imad Mughniyeh. Most believe that it’s Obama administration’s slap on Boehner-Netanyahu face for challenging Obama’s policy toward Iran’s nuclear program.


Israel instigating a new Crusade against Muslims

b20141008030427[1]As the Zionist regime finds itself “betrayed” by its western backers one by one – in desperation it has increased its terrorism abroad particularly within western nations which have recognized Palestinian state.

While the US and its western allies are occupied with Russia over Ukraine – the Zionist regime is busy in conducting false-flag operations in France, Canada, Germany, Australia, Nigeria, Eritrea, Pakistan and several other countries to demonize Islam and Muslims.

The armed terrorist militia, ISIL/ISIS which was originally created by the US-Israel-Saudi Arabia to counter Iran’s growing influence in the region, has been defeated in Syria by the Syrian army with the help of Hizbullah and Iran. ISIS is now being contained in Iraq by the Iraqi forces. As a result, United States has assembled nearly 60 absurd allies to bomb forces fighting with ISIS in order to turn the table in favor of its illegitimate baby.

Israeli airstrikes inside Syrian and Lebanese territories serves two objects, 1) help ISIS to survive, and 2) incite its neighbors to retaliate Israeli terrorism. The Zionist regime believes that Iran and its allies (Hizbullah and Syria) would avoid to have a military confrontation with the Zionist entity in order to jeopardize its negotiations with the so-called P5+1 over its nuclear program.

Keeping these possibilities in mind, an Israeli helicopter targeted and killed Iranian Brigadier General Mohammed Ali Allah-Dadi and his six Hizbullah companions in Mazraat Amal village in Syrian province of Queneitra along Israeli occupied Golan Heights on January 18, 2015. One of Hizbullah fighters was 26-year-old son of senior commander Imad Mughniyeh, who was assassinated by Mossad agents in Syria in 2008 on the orders of Israeli Mossad head Gen. (Aluf) Meir Dagan.

In an Israeli television interview, Zionist entity’s Defense Minister Gen. Moshe Yaalon stopped short of claiming responsibility for Sunday’s air strike while describing those killed as “bad guys, all of them”.

Syrian president Bashar al-Assad, former Iraqi prime minister Nouri al-Maliki and Ayatullah Khamenie’s office have sent condolences messages to Hizbullah leader Sheik Hassan Nasrallah over the martyrdom of Hizbullah freedom fighters.

Allah-Dadi, commander of Ghadir Brigade in Yazd province was in Syria on an advisory mission to help the Syrian government and people in the face of terrorists and salafist takfiris, and scored several achievements against plots and crimes of the Zionist entity over the entire Syrian territories, and was loyal defender and supporter of Resistance against the Zionist entity.

In reality, the pressure placed on Syria’s borders by both Israel and its partner, Turkey in the north, is part of a documented plan to relieve pressure on the Western, Israeli, Saudi-Qatari armed and funded militants operating inside Syria.

Fearing retaliation by Hizbullah, the Jewish army has placed its Iron(Dumb) Dome batteries along Israeli border with South Lebanon to counter Hizbullah rockets.

It’s reported that after the recent Israeli assassinations – both Hizbullah and Iran has decided to join president Assad’s plan to open a war front against the Zionist entity in Golan Heights.

Hamas, EU and Iran

Zionist prime minister Netanyahu has blasted European Union for taking off Palestinian resistance Hamas which rules Gaza Strip from its terrorist list.

In Luxemburg the European court removed Hamas from the list of terrorist organizations, Hamas that has committed countless war crimes and countless terror acts,” Netanyahu said on Wednesday.

He went on to say that “it seems too many in Europe, on whose soil six million Jews were slaughtered, have learned nothing.”

I suppose Netanyahu really believe that it were Muslims and not the Frankist Jews who killed millions of people during the WW II.

Hamas officials have called EU decision a “moral victory” even though its European assets will remain frozen.

The overwhelming majority of countries in the world consider Hamas a legitimate resistance movement. The pro-Zionist regimes in North America and Europe, however, have designated it a ‘terrorist organization’ despite the UN Charter and International Law recognizing resistance to foreign occupation as legitimate. These regimes have done so to support the Zionist colonial settler entity so that it will remain a dagger in the heart of Islam. Zionists living in these societies are well known blackmailers.

A Hamas delegation visited Iran last week and met with senior Iranian officials over widening cooperation. Politburo member of the Palestinian Hamas Movement Khalil al-Haya underlined that the resistance movement is resolved to reinvigorate relations with Tehran.

Earlier this week, Politburo Chief of the Palestinian Resistance Movement Hamas Khaled Mashaal underlined that Hamas is determined to broaden relations with Tehran. Mashaal pointed to the Iran-Hamas relations, and said, “We have never cut our relations with Iran; we have historic ties and Iran has supported Hamas for many years.” Mashaal also noted that he would pay a visit to Iran soon.

On December 17, 2014, professor Alon Ben-Meir posted on his personal blog that Netanyahu has shattered Israel’s world image by propagating lies about Palestinians and other neighboring countries. He also claimed that an independent Palestinian state next to Israel would never pose a threat to Israel but would be a good thing for the peaceful survival of the Israeli Jews.

Ending the occupation and establishing a Palestinian state is certainly good for the Palestinians, but it serves Israel’s needs and future wellbeing far more so than the Palestinians. Every Israeli who bought into the argument that the Palestinians are an irredeemable foe must now reexamine the falsity of this belief. The old and tired narratives Netanyahu and his emissaries keep promulgating about how untrustworthy the Palestinians are – about their bad intent, about the Gaza experience, about the Palestinians’ perpetual hatred, about their long-term strategy to destroy Israel, and about Israel’s constant and grave security concerns – no longer resonate,” Ben-Meir says.

Argentine Jew Author: Israel must negotiate with Hamas

There is no point in Israel refusing to negotiate with Hamas or to acknowledge a unity government. No, Israel must listen to those Palestinians who are in a position to speak with one tongue,” Daniel Barenboim, celebrated Argentine Jewish pianist, conductor and author of five books, UK’s Guardian, July 24, 2014. Barenboim holds citizenship of Argentina, Spain, Israel and Palestine. He lives in Berlin. Last year, Sir David Frost interviewed Barenboim for Al-Jazeera. watch it below.

Professor Yeshavahu Leibowitz (Hebrew University, Jerusalem) is considered an authority on Jewish Shari’ah (Halacha). He was against the continued Jewish occupation of Palestinian Territories since June 1967. He even coined the term “Judeo-Nazism” for Israeli occupation of Gaza, West Bank, East Jerusalem and Golan Heights.

In August 2014, Dr. Richard Falk, former UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC) envoy for the Palestine Occupied Territories, said that Israel cannot achieve peace by excluding Hamas from peace negotiations.

Israeli Hebrew novelist A.B. Yehoshua, said at the Jewish New Republic magazine that it’s time Israeli government stop calling Hamas as “terrorist” and instead call it an “enemy”.

Let us not forget: Palestinians living in Gaza are our permanent neighbors, and we are theirs. We will never halt the bloody destruction by talking of “terror”. It will require negotiation, or a war against a legitimate “enemy”,” said Yehoshua.

In August 2014, William Morris, secretary-general, London-based Next Century Foundation in an interview with Iran’s Press TV said that “West needs to start negotiating with Hamas” for Israel’s survival.

Professor Jerome Slater (State University of New York, Buffalo) in an Op-Ed at pro-Israel Christian Science Monitor (January 7, 2013) wrote that “Israel’s ‘self-defense’ argument against Hamas holds no water’.”

Israel is not defending its homeland against unprovoked attack. Rather it’s “defending” a non-existent right to continue its occupation (direct or indirect) and repression of Palestinians – and that’s what provokes Palestinian from Gaza,” said Slater.

The Western and Israeli leaders never stop urging Palestinians to end their armed resistance in favor of Gandhi-style nonviolent struggle for their rights, which the World Zionist movement leaders rejected when suggested by Gandhi in 1938. Slater is of the opinion that a “nonviolent struggle has a zero chance to succeed, for Israel has either repeatedly ignored it or suppressed it, often meeting demonstraters (including Israelis) with beatings, rubber bullets, and sometimes real bullets“.

Israel Firsts Senators Lindsey Graham and John Cornyn had accused the “fired” US defense secretary Chuck Hagel for urging Israel to negotiate with Hamas in good faith.

Hamas refuses to give-up armed resistance


Israel wants the destruction of Hamas, intimidation of those who vote for it and the institution of a puppet regime that is twin of Palestinian equivalent of the Judenrat that exists on the West Bank. This aim is supported by Washington, Riyadh, and Cairo, as well,” claims Tariq Ali, British socialist author and film-maker.

What (PA President) Mahmoud Abbas does, he does it for his Israeli and US masters he does in plain sight,” says Jeff Blankfort, an American Jewish writer, editor and photographer.

Gaza prime minister Ismail Haniyeh said early this week that Palestinian resistance groups in Gaza will not abandon armed resistance against the Zionist entity. “The weapon of resistance is as sacred as the sacredness of Palestinian cause and land,” he said.

Haniyeh said he would be willing to disarm local armed groups if Israel was also stripped of its weapons, but 57 percent of Palestinians in Gaza and the West Bank oppose Israeli efforts to disarm the strip, according to a recent survey – while another 86 percent support launching rockets from Gaza if the Israeli-Egyptian blockade continues.

Hamas, Islamic Jihad and other armed resistance groups claimed victory over Israel during the recent 50-day war. Israeli air-force killed 2,310 Palestinians mostly civilians including 540 children. Israel lost 76 soldiers and 10 civilians. Nearly 110,000 people remain displaced in Gaza.

Last month, Mahmud Abbas, whose mandate as PA President expired in January 2009, said that if he got re-elected in the planned next election in the PA Territories, he will unite all armed resistance groups under a central command – thus demilitarizing them. However, some senior leaders of both Hamas and Islamic Jihad have refused to agree with Abbas.

Khaled Meshaal, the political head of Hamas has changed his tone since he left Damascus and took residence in pro-USrael Qatar. Islamic Jihad, on the other hand, has maintained its ties with Iran and Hizbullah.

In 2009, Medea Benjamin, Jewish founder of Woman Say Not to War, lead a 66-person humanitarian delegation from ten countries to Gaza after the horrific 23-day Israeli war on Gaza Strip in 2008-09 that left over 1,400 Palestinian, mostly civilians, dead. Along with another Jewish member of the delegation, Benjamin met a group of senior Hamas leaders, who told her: “We have no problems with the Jewish religion; in fact, we find it very close to Islam. Our problem is with Israeli policies, not Jews.”

I realized that Hamas, like any political organization, is made up of a variety of individuals with different political perspectives. Some are hard-line Islamists, antagonistic toward the West and bent on the destruction of Israel. Others, like the ones we met with, had earned university degrees in Western universities, appreciated many aspects of American and European culture, and believed they could negotiate with the Israelis,” Medea Benjamin said.

Hamas deputy foreign minister Dr. Ahmed Yousef gave Benjamin a letter to be delivered to Barack Obama for his help for implementing an unbiased policy toward Israel-Palestine conflict.

I found it astonishing that these representatives of a government that had been subject to a recent and brutal Israeli assault, financed in large part with US tax dollars, were reaching out to President Obama with such a well-reasoned plea to intervene. Even more astonishing is the fact that they gave the letter to me – a feminist, Jewish, American woman – to try to deliver to the administration. Back in Washington DC, I delivered the letter but despite my insistence, the Obama administration refused to even acknowledge its receipt, much less send a reply. It was yet another loss for the Hamas moderates and a win for those who saw armed resistance as the only way to win concessions from Israel,” Benjamin wrote in a post at pro-Israel Jewish news website Mondoweiss on August 5, 2014.