Category Archives: Islamic Resistance

Hamas leader speaks to the ‘Wailing Wall’

togetherwearunited[1]This post is not about the so-called Holy Wailing Wall aka Temple Mount, which several historian have claimed to be foundation of an old Roman fortress. It’s also not about the Zionist entity’s plan to demolish Al-Aqsa Mosque built on top the fortress nearly 1200 years ago. The Israeli plan is supported by the inventor of the ‘Six Million Died’ myth, Elie Wiesel through his illegal Jew settlers’ group Elad.

This post is about Qatar-based Hamas’ political Guru Khaled Meshaal, who spoke to Adam Ciralsky (Zionist Jew), former CIA employee turned journalist. The interview was published by Vanity Fair on October 21, 2014.

I never understood why some anti-Zionist Muslim leader would be so naïve to agree giving an interview to a pro-Israel Zionist journalist. It would be far better if this leader visits East Jerusalem and talk to the Holy Wailing Wall, as I did in 1995. Don’t such leaders realize that in their bid to capture wider audience, they always end up victims of Zionists’ distorted version of the message? I never approved Ahmadinejad, Rouhani, Nasrallah, Dr. Morsi or Chavez awarding interview to professional Zionist liars.

Having said that, let me review Meshaal-Cirasky lengthy interview in which Cirasky tried his best to confuse Meshaal and cornered him to spill some ‘antisemtic beans. For example, Cirasky grilled Meshaal to admit that Hamas fighters kidnapped and killed three Jew settlers without mentioning that it was Meshaal who was almost killed as result of Israeli Mossad assassination attempt on his life in Amman (Jordan) in 1997 on direct orders from Netanyahu.

American Jewish investigative journalist Max Blumenthal reported in July that bodies of three Jew settlers were found by Israeli internal security force even before Netanyahu blamed Hamas of kidnapping them. This means, it was a hoax created by the Zionist regime to counter its internal political tug-of-war, which enabled it to wage a 50-day brutal war against 1.7 million non-Jews in Gaza.

Cirasky accused Hamas for digging tunnels under Israeli towns in order to kill Jews. In response Meshaal asked him if that was true then how come Hamas fighters never used these tunnels to attack Israeli civilians before or during the recent war.

In response to his views on US-led ‘Alliance of Absurds’ against ISIS in Syria, Meshaal said: “I spent some of the most important years of my life in Syria. A big part of Hamas’s course was shaped there, and I am pained by what the country is going through today. Much of what’s happening does not serve the interests of regional countries and their people.”

Cirasky asked Meshaal that after huge human and infrastructure losses, does he believe that Hamas won against Israel? Meshaal responded: “The steadfastness showcased by Gaza is a victory. It sent a message to the world that there is something called the Palestinian cause that the occupation must be brought to an end, that the settlements’ expansions must stop, and that the blockade on Gaza must be lifted.”

In response to Cirasky curiosity how Meshaal views Netanyahu as a person, Meshaal replied: “I don’t have a message for Netanyahu, because he is a criminal, and he is responsible for the war on Gaza. He and the Israeli leadership committed war crimes against our people in Gaza. But I have two messages, one to the world’s great powers, and especially the United States: that its global dominance puts political and moral responsibilities on its shoulders. On top of these responsibilities is the need to put an end to the longest, or let me say, the last occupation in the world, and that is the Israeli occupation. This is a moral responsibility.”

The second message is to the Israeli people. Your leadership is lying to you, and is leading you to failed adventures. War crimes are being perpetrated against the Palestinian people in your name. This will not provide you with any security, peace, or stability. It will not secure any future for you,” Meshaal added.

I believe Israeli professor Neve Gordon, here, and American writer and radio talk-show host Mark Glenn, here, described Netanyahu far better than Khaled Meshaal.

67% Christians trust Hizbullah military power

A recent survey conducted by the Beirut Center for Research and Information revealed that 67% of Lebanon’s Christians believe that country’s Islamic resistance Hizbullah is protecting Lebanon from ISIL terrorists and Israel.

The survey revealed that 67 percent of Christians support Hizbullah’s military actions in Syria, in comparison to only 39 percent in June 2013 and 53 percent in February 2014.

Moreover, 58 percent of those surveyed are against replacing members of Hizbullah with international peacekeeping forces, such as INIFIL, to counter attacks by extremist groups on the eastern borders with Syria.

The survey also revealed that 65 percent of those surveyed do not believe that the threat of ISIL attacking Lebanon is in retaliation for Hizbullah’s presence in Syria, contrary to what certain political factions believe.

Furthermore, 73 percent of those surveyed said they “do not believe that the US-led airstrikes in Iraq and Syria aim at eradicating ISIS.”

On Monday, Hizbullah leader Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah warned ISIL terrorists operating along Syrian-Lebanon border to retreat or die.

Nasrallah said the militants on the outskirts of Ersal and Qalamoun will either die or surrender. “The takfiris are incapable of invading the Bekaa Valley because they are surrounded and trapped,” Nasrallah asserted. “These militants only have two options: either to die from cold or leave in civilian clothing to Lebanon and Syria.”

Nasrallah said “with every passing day, we become more certain that our fighting in Syria is for the protection of Lebanon.”

“The Resistance axis is in a triumphant position today,” Nasrallah said, adding that “when you thwart the enemy’s plans you triumph, knowing that it will be a long fight before the final victory.”

Nasrallah sees it as a “golden opportunity to end the takfiri’s project.”

According to Nasrallah, the war in Syria does not aim at toppling Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, but at redrawing the map of the region, stressing that ISIS serves the interests of the US and Turkey.

In this context, Nasrallah noted that the international coalition’s attacks against ISIS are “hemming in” the group by establishing red lines, near Saudi Arabia, Jordan and Erbil, that are not to be crossed, adding that all the US-led airstrikes on ISIS do not amount to even one day of airstrikes launched by Israel on Lebanon in 2006.

Nasrallah said the US is using ISIS to intimidate and manipulate the countries in the Middle East in order to impose its dominance on the region, especially in Syria and Iraq, adding that Turkey will not join the coalition or provide assistance for Syrian Kurds in Kobane unless it is granted substantial strategic or geographical gains that might include taking full control of Aleppo.

In April 2012, Sheikh Nasrallah was interviewed by Julian Assange for RT. During the interview Nasrallah called Israel an illegal entity built on Palestinian land. And just becuase the Jews are occupying the land by force – it doesn’t make it their country under international and moral laws.

Andrew McGregor in an article at Jewish The Jamestown Foundation on April 18, 2014 said that Syrian army was able to defeat anti-Assad rebels only when Hizbullah fighters intervened in Syria along Lebanese border. He also claimed that Hizbullah military success in Syria sent a powerful message to Israel that it’s now capable of inflicting more damage to Israeli forces than it did in 2006.

Since Hizbullah fighters were able to force Israeli occupation forces and their Christian Phalagist allies to withdraw from south Lebanon in 2000 after waging an eighteen-year arms resistance, the organization changed from a Shia religious-social organization into national defenders. In 2006, when Hizbullah humiliated Jewish army and its western supporters during the 34-day war, it won the hearts of all patriotic Lebanese, Shias, Sunnis, Christians and Druze.

Watch below, Lebanon’s top female singer Julia Boutros showing her Christian love for Hizbullah.

Israeli analyst: A strong Hizbullah is good for Israeli Jews

Daniel Sobelman, former Arab affairs correspondent for Israeli newspaper Ha’aretz received his PhD from Hebrew University, Jerusalem, for a thesis focusing on Hizbullah’s military resistance against the Jewish army during 1993-2006. Currently he is doing postdoctoral research at Harvard.

On October 6, 2014, Israeli news website Al-Monitor publish Sobelman’s article entitled ‘Israel, Hizbullah recalibrate their mutual deterrence’ in which he claimed that the stronger Hizbullah gets militarily, its strength will act as a deterrent against Israeli army, which would think twice before starting a new war with Hizbullah.

Sobelman said Gen. Benny Gantz’s threat on October 3, “We will take Lebanon and knock it back 70 to 80 years”, a wishful thinking, citing Hizbullah fighter’s recent bombing attack on an Israeli tank inside Israeli-occupied Shebaa Frams, which wounded three Israeli soldiers inside the tank.

Much like the Cold War, Israel-Hizbullah balance of deterrence is calculated, terrifying and mutual. Hizbullah is able to credibly claim that it will exact unbearable price from Israel in any future war and deny it the option of claiming a crushing victory,” wrote Sobelman.

In fact, Hizbullah denied Israel that option even after the 34-day war in 2006, according to Alastair Crooke and Mark Perry.

Hamas and Islamic Jihad are much weaker Islamic resistance groups than Hizbullah. Hamas is governing a ‘mini state’, and thus comes under the thumbs of international bullies (the US, EU and UN). Contrary to that, Hizbullah’s military wing is independent of Lebanese government or it ‘paper army’. Furthermore, Hamas doesn’t control Palestinian Authority (PA) or other Palestinian resistance groups. Hizbullah, on the other hand, is united under the leadership of Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah.

The Zionist regime, based on the above observation, could learn a lesson that if it failed to “destroy” Hamas during the recent 50-day war, how it expects to achieve that miracle against Hizbullah?

Another Harvard Jew expert on Hizbullah, Aaron Magid claimed at  Israeli news website +972 on October 8, 2014 that after suffering the huge losses in human lives and infrastructure during the 2006 war, Hizbullah is not interested in starting a new war with Israel.

In this devastating war, over 1,000 Lebanese (1,300 civilians according to UNHRC) were killed including hundred of Hizbullah fighters (according to an Israeli source 49 Hizbullah fighters were martyred while 139 Jewish soldiers were killed). Severely damaging much of country’s infrastructure. Israel also left almost one million unexploded ordinances in southern Lebanon, more than one for each of the area’s 650,000 residents,” boasted Magid.

Magid, as a hardcore Israeli hasbara idiot, did not miss the opportunity to blame Hizbullah for Mossad’s flase flag operations in Bulgaria and Argentina.

One has to forgive such Zionist ‘experts’, raised on Talmudic genocide and Jewish vengeance that military strength is the best deterrent. Hizbullah with only guns and rockets had already inflicted military humiliation to world’s “fourth most powerful army” in 2000 and 2006. Hizbullah still doesn’t posses Israel’s tanks, armored vehicles, F16s, nuclear-tipped missile, nuclear-submarines, Iron Dome, etc. What Hizbullah has but Israelis will never expect to have, is brave, pious, uncorrupt and down-to-earth leadership.

Earlier this year, Gen. Gantz added Hizbullah on Isreal’s chart of existential threat.

Hizbullah hits Israeli tank in Golan Heights

Nasrallah2[1]On Wednesday, a remote-controlled explosive device planted by Hizbullah fighters blasted an Israeli tank injuring three Israeli soldiers inside. The incident happened near the Sadan Israeli military post in the Israeli-occupied Shebaa Farms, southern Lebanon. It’s the only Lebanese territory remains occupied by the Jewish army since it was forced by Hizbullah to withdraw from the rest of southern Lebanon in May 2000 after 18-year of armed resistance.

Two soldiers were injured by an explosive device. It was activated against them during activity near the Lebanon border,” an Israeli military spokeswoman told AFP.

The Jewish army later launched dozens of artillery shells onto the occupied Lebanese Heights of Kfar Shuba.

Hizbullah sources have claimed that the raid was carried out in retaliation to Israeli military’s assassination of Ali Hassan Haidar on September 5 , when an Israeli spying device in Lebanon was detonated remotely as he tried to dismantle it.

It was a clear warning to the Zionist regime that its every crime will be responded in due time.

Since its 2006 defeat at the hands of Hizbullah fighters, the Zionist regime has accused Hizbullah for every Mossad false flag operations in Turkey, India, Argentina, Bulgaria, etc. Netanyahu has been threatening Hizbullah for years without taking an open military action against Lebanon.

On August 7, 2006, Steven Erlanger, wrote in the Jew York Times that “a disciplined Hizbullah surprised Israel with its training, tactics and weapons. Erlanger was at a loss to admit, though, that while Israeli army had America’s most advanced jet fighters, tanks, deadly missiles, nuclear-equipped navy ships – Hizbullah fought with only rockets and guns.

Last year, former Israeli security council member, Lt. Gen. Goira Eiland admitted that in the future war with Hizbullah, “the results will be much like 2006 if not worse” – in other words, Israel will suffer another defeat.

Early this year, Hizbullah fighters played a significant part in helping Syrian army to defeat ISIL and other US-Israel funded militants in Syria. On July 16, 2014, Syrian president Bashar al-Assad thanked Hizbullah for latter’s sacrifices.

Last year, professor Hilal Khashan (American University of Beirut) penned a Zionist crap for the Middle East Forum, a brainchild of Islamophobe Jewish activist Dr. Daniel Pipes. In the article, entitled, Hizbullah’s Plan for Lebanon, Khashan claimed that Hizbullah’s aim is to establish an Islamic State in Lebanon by “marginalizing” countries Sunni Muslims. I’m sure the Zionist idiot is aware of the fact that Shias make the largest religious community (40%) but has the least representation in Lebanon’s government and parliament under the country’s Constitution imposed by the French colonists.

I don’t think the main issue is only that Israel continues to occupy Lebanese land, which it does. The greater issue, I think, more significant, which impacts on people’s daily lives is really the lack of political sovereignty insofar as Lebanon’s fate is in the hands of the United States and foreign powers. And, of course, Syria continues to attempt, at least, to destabilize Lebanon. That’s to some extent very probable. But at the same time, Syria does not have much influence in Lebanon anymore. It withdrew its forces from the country. Hezbollah is not a Syrian tool. Therefore, I can’t say that Syria has a strong foothold in Lebanon. It doesn’t at all, in fact. The strongest power in Lebanon today is the United States. The Siniora government, unfortunately, has not been able to strengthen its position, which it could if it formed a national unity government with the opposition. If it weren’t for the United States, I believe this government would have formed a national unity government. The U.S. has been the main obstacle to any resolution to this political crisis today. And it has made its objection to a national unity government very clear and plain on several occasions. This is not simply an analysis. It’s a fact. The U.S. does not want to see a government of national unity, early elections, or anything else that could solve the current political crisis, which is costing this nation economically, socially, and politically,” professor Amal Saad-Ghorayeb (American University of Beirut) during an interview she gave to David Barsamian on June 19, 2007. 

Survey: 50% Americans want Washington to talk to Hamas

Results of a nation-wide survey released by The Chicago Council on Global Affairs on September 15, 2014, show that 64% of Americans want Washington to stay neutral in the Israel-Palestine conflict. They don’t want their government to support the Zionist entity against Palestinians.

What has shocked the Jewish Lobby the most, is that half the participants in the survey supported the US administration having direct dialogue with the Islamic resistance Hamas, which was democratically elected by Palestinians to represent the nine million Palestinians in 2006.

The other shocking findings are; 55% Americans are against using US military to defend Israel if attacked by its neighbors – which never happened in the past, and there are no chances of happening in the near future – 57% Americans are against US troops defending Israel if the later bombs Iran’s nuclear facilities, and Iran was to retaliate against the Zionist entity.

Hamas officials as part of the recently created “PA Unity” did join the Israel-Fatah talks convened by Egypt and Qatar to end the 50-day Israeli aggression against Gaza. The Jewish-controlled media has been floating rumors that Hamas under pressure from Qatar has softened its stand and is willing to hold direct talks with Israel which has been denied by Hamas political leader in exile in Qatar, Khaled Meshaal.

Hamas’ junior resistance partner, Islamic Jihad, as in the past, is in no mood to talk to the foreign occupiers of Palestine. Its agenda is to liberate the entire occupied Palestine through military resistance. Since the latest war with the Jewish army, Islamic Jihad has gained more popularity in both Gaza and the west Bank, ruled by Fatah and Israeli occupation forces.

No political aware Palestinian leader can trust Israeli leaders or the anti-Islamist western-poodles ruling the Arab countries. The latest Egyptian-brokered “cease-fire” between Netanyahu and Mahmoud Abbas called for an immediately opening of both Israeli and Egyptian crossings with Gaza Strip to enable the rapid entry of humanitarian aid and relief and reconstruction supplies into Gaza. But as expected, the agreement of “opening of crossings” is being used as a tool to further humiliate 1.7 million Gaza people.

For the Palestinians, the choice is between occupation by proxy in the West Bank and a war in Gaza. Both offer no hope, and neither are form of freedom. The Israeli promise – that an end to armed struggle will bring freedom – is not trustworthy, as the experiences of past years has shown. It simply never happens. The quiet years in the West Bank have not brought the Palestinians any closer to an independent state, while the truce in between wars in Gaza has not brought about a relief from the siege. One can debate the reasons for why this happened, but one cannot debate reality,” Noam Sheizaf wrote at Israeli news website +972 on July 22, 2014.

On September 28, 2014, Israeli writer Shaked Spier debunked ten Israeli lies to sell the recent war on Gaza at Haokets Magazine including 4,480 rockets fired from Gaza, out of which 723 intercepted by Israel’s Dumb Dome, 32 Gaza tunnels destroyed, 5,226 Palestinian terror targets struck and more than 750 militants killed.

Now that a temporary cease-fire has been achieved and before the next round of violence and lies, we will continue to hear the Ten Truths, the Ten Commandments and the Ten Lies. It is time to sacrifice the illusion of absolute truth in order to acknowledge the other side’s truth. It is time for the truth to be the last, and not the first casualty of war,” Spier said.

Nasrallah: US and Israel are leading terrorist states

United States is world’s leading terrorist state,” Professor Noam Chomsky said.

Israel is complicit in global state terrorism,” Steve Lendman said.

In fact, when it comes to terrorism, wars and espionage, United States has been the major target of the Zionist entity. Watch a video below.

On September 23, 2014, in a televised speech, Hizbullah leader Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah spoke about the crisis in the region and Barack Obama’s coalition to “degrade and defeat ISIS terrorists,” the very terrorists America played midwife for the sole purpose of destroying regional opposition to Israel’s expansionism. He said that Lebanon refused to join the anti-ISIS alliance lead by United States, as the later is not a trustworthy partner. The United States itself is leader of state terrorism around the world and only interested in its own imperial agenda in the region and to maintain Israel’s supremacy in the region.

Nasrallah condemned the US and its “willing allies’ air raids in both Syria and Iraq on moral basis even though many analysts claim that defeat of ISIS and other pro-USrael terrorist groups would be good for Iran’s allies (Syria, Lebanon and Iraq) based on the fact that Iran benefitted from the 2003 elimination of Saddam Hussein, a western ally who fought an 8-year war against Iran in the 1980s.

Nasrallah’s speech was significant in that he reminded the world that imperialism will remain our paramount enemy even in this trans-imperialist phase. The Resistance Axis’ policy is one which vehemently rejects this aggression, while not shedding any tears for its takfiri casualties,” commented Amal Saad-Ghorayeb, Lebanese academic, writer and author of book, ‘Hizbullah: Politics and Religion’.

Everyone knows that Hizbullah is against the “ISIL”. Some two months ago I have talked extensively on this. We are against those Takfiri movements, and we are fighting them too. We are offering sacrifices in fighting them. So first we must put aside what some are saying to the effect of our stance from the international coalition as being to defend or to protect “ISIL”. This is simplification and misleading of the facts. So it is either simplification because of ignorance or intended misleading of facts. No, that is not the case. I have tackled the issue of “ISIL” extensively at several occasions in the past. As for us, “ISIL” are groups that kill and slaughter merely because of intellectual and political or organizational disparity. They pose a threat to all the peoples, governments, and sects. So they do not pose a threat to the minorities only but rather to all the peoples of the region. Thus our stance from these Takfiri terrorist groups is clear, firm, and final. It is obligatory to fight them, confront them, and push their danger away from the peoples of the region and the region too. However, the issue of the US military intervention or the formation of an international coalition led by the USA is another issue. This issue must be tackled from several perspectives,” Nasrallah said.

America is the mother of terrorism. Whoever wants to argue, we are ready for argument. America is the source of terrorism in the world. If there is terrorism in this world, search for the US administration behind it. Indeed, we are not talking about the US people,” Nasrallah said.

America is the ultimate supporter of terrorist Zionist entity. The source of terrorism in our region is the existence of Israel, which attains absolute US support whether militarily, security, political, economic, financial, or legal. In the Security Council, even condemning or the right of veto is not allowed when it comes to Israel,” added Nasrallah.

The US fabricated or played a role in fabricating these terrorist Takfiri movements. Therefore, America is not in the moral position that entitles it to lead a war against terrorism. In fact, it never once had a moral position. The side that struck Japan with nuclear bombs, committed atrocities in the Vietnam War, has all of this dark history, stood next to Netanyahu in the 50-day-war against Gaza and the people of Gaza, demolishes, kills thousands, wounds thousands, and displaces tens of thousands from their houses is not morally eligible to present itself as a fighter of terrorism or as a leader of an international coalition to target terrorism,” Nasrallah said.

Polls: Hamas 1, Netanyahu 0

Ignoring Zionist crowd’s chest-beating that Israel won the recent 50-day war against Gaza resistance – two recent polls paint a different picture.

According to an Israeli Channel 2 poll, Netanyahu’s popularity has dipped to lowest level (50%) from 82% before he ordered his Jewish army to destroy the Gaza ruling Hamas’ military capability.

On the other hand, a Palestinian poll claims that Hamas popularity has reached to the highest level since the Islamic resistance won the first democratic election in 2006. Hamas success was so impressive that now even a great majority of Palestinians in the West Bank, too, want to apply Hamas armed resistance model.

79% of the Palestinians who participated in the poll, said Hamas won the war while only 3% claimed Israel won the war. The same percentage blamed the Zionist entity for starting the war by cooking-up the phony abduction and killing of three Israeli Jew settlers by Hamas.

According to the poll, if an independent PA election is held now, Gaza prime minister Ismail Haniyeh and Hamas would defeat Mahmoud Abbas and Fatah which rules the West Bank as Israeli proxy government by a margin 61% to 32%. Mahmoud Abbas’s mandate as president of PA had expired in January 2009. He has been kept on that post by the US, EU and Israel.

On August 27, Netanyahu called Gaza War a “great military and political achievement”. Yossi Verter at daily Ha’aretz wrote, “Not just Gaza, Netanyahu image need rebuilding, too”. On the other hand, Amir Oren, claimed at Ha’aretz, “Netanyahu may be one of the only Israelis who believe Israel won the war with Hamas”.

Hamas is victorious for not giving-up its military resistance against a military 1000-times stronger than it. Israel is defeated because it failed to achieve its aim of destroying Hamas and Islamic Jihad as a military force – and forcing Palestinians to turn against Hamas by targeting civilians and children. But other than that, Hamas failed to gain anything from the ceasefire.

There is no mention of Egypt or Israel ending their blockades, by far the most important Palestinian demand regarding Gaza. Both countries will reportedly open border crossings, but not all of them. That suggests only an easing of the blockades, the extent of which remains unclear. Given their past restrictions and their hostility towards Hamas, it may well be limited, with any easing – no matter how small – portrayed as a major concession,” says award-winning Arab journalist Sharif Nashashibi