“To defend Palestine today is to defend Syria, and vice-versa” ~ Meet the Pro-Syria Palestinians


For Getting Started:

The shameful traitors of Hamas show once again
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Syrian Army, Palestinian resistance forces
launch operations to recapture al-Yarmouk camp

(17/4/16) | Syrian Free Press


Excerpts edited by ‘CanDoBetter’ ~ […] The evidence presented here is only the tip of the iceberg. No doubt that some Palestinians, like some traitorous Iraqis, Syrians and Lebanese, joined the destabilization scheme, but when we get down to the nitty gritty, like most Syrians, most of Syria’s Palestinian citizens back the Syrian Arab Republic, the only Arab nation that has given them a home, supported their righteous cause and treated them as equals.

It is shameful beyond shameful that these truths and more were not only ignored but deceptively covered up by “Palestine Solidarity Movement” activists to push a cookie-cutter propaganda line that meshed with the increasingly toothless nature of “solidarity” speak and praxis, not to mention the worldview of their Jewish and Khaleeji “colleagues”. […]

This publication is an extract only from the original article by Jonahtan Azaziah, published 18 April, 2016 at “Meet The Pro-Syria Palestinians That Electronic “Intifada” Will Never Tell You About.”


Notable Palestinian supporters of the Syrian Government

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[…] ~ Anwar Hadi, the spokesman of the PLO, who said from day one of the ungodly crisis in Yarmouk that the blame lies squarely at the feet of the Takfiri rebels, who entered the once-vibrant Syrian-Palestinian camp in massive numbers and committed massacres, chased out civilians and looted homes along with businesses. Electronic “Intifada” and company wrote numerous articles attacking the Syrian government for the humanitarian disaster, like Jabhat al-Nusra, the FSA and ISIS were/are mere daydream-constructs “the regime” and its “Shabiha” brought forth from thin air.

~ The Palestine Liberation Army (PLA), the Syrian Arab Army’s Palestinian branch, which has fought on numerous fronts throughout Syria and offered countless martyrs in the struggle against Daesh and its ideological counterparts.

~ Fatah al-Intifada, a Palestinian Resistance group which has been ultra-active in the ongoing fight to liberate Yarmouk. Many volunteers, like Tayseer Mousa and Waleed Suleiman, left their homes in the Damascus countryside city of Jaramana to defend their brethren. Portraits of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah can be found all over their offices.

~ Liwa Al-Quds, the third most powerful Syrian military force after the Syrian Arab Army and the Hizbullah-trained NDF according to Al-Masdar News. Liwa Al-Quds has been a tremendously key part of the battle for the liberation of Aleppo, particularly the camps of Handarat and Nayrab.

~ The PFLP-GC, led by the indefatigable Ahmad Jibril and known for their strong support of the democratically elected government in Damascus, these warriors have also been fighting in multiple arenas, from the capital to Aleppo to Latakia and elsewhere. They played an important role in the historic liberation of the besieged Shi’a towns Nubl and Al-Zahra, showing that there is a united Syrian-Palestinian-Lebanese-Iraqi-Iranian, Sunni-Shi’a, Muslim-Christian front against the usurping Zionist regime’s Wahhabi vassals.

~ Hizbullah moujahid Ali Fawzi Taha ( Haydar al-Hajj Jawad) from Bourj el-Barajneh. Born to a Palestinian father and a Lebanese mother, Ali was martyred during the liberation of the strategic, ancient city of Al-Quryatayn. He participated in many victories across Syria, including game-changers like Al-Qusayr and Al-Qalamoun. Considering he was a member of the Lebanese Islamic Resistance, the only Arab force to ever drive ‘Israel’ out from sovereign Arab lands, is it not significantly newsworthy that this hero had a Palestinian background?! If only he had been a BDS activist or an Amnesty International “researcher”, then Electronic “Intifada” would’ve assuredly profiled him.

~ Muhammad Rafeh, a beloved Palestinian-Syrian actor from the popular TV show Bab al-Hara and outspoken supporter of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. Muhammad had lost family members a year before in the Zionist entity’s massacre of protesters in the occupied Golan Heights on Naksa Day and was also known for his strong stance against the ‘Israeli’ enemy. The FSA kidnapped Muhammad and slaughtered him for standing with the Syrian government; very “revolutionary”, wouldn’t you say?

~ Archbishop Atallah Hanna, Palestine’s highest-ranking Orthodox Christian authority and a fiery, BLISTERING vocal backer of the Syrian Arab Republic. Not only has Theodosios of Sebastia spoken in no uncertain terms about the aggression against Syria being a Zionist plot, but he’s also defended Islam and the importance of Muslim-Christian unity in the face of Takfirism at length. The Archbishop is a true Arab hero and is undoubtedly on the path to sainthood.

~ Samer al-Issawi, Palestine’s most epic hunger striker (277 days) and a living legend in every sense of the phrase; the man’s will is of such an unbreakable nature that it will forever echo in history and forever haunt the Zionist enemy. Samer, whose fam goes way back with both the PFLP and the DFLP, supports the Syrian Arab Republic and stands firmly against the war on this sovereign nation. His steadfast anti-Imperialism only adds to his larger-than-life character. Yet, apart from PFLP and DFLP affiliated media, this fact remains largely unknown.

~ Palestinians across occupied Falasteen, not to mention Syrians throughout the Golan Heights, have protested in full support of the Syrian Arab Republic and Hizbullah on too many occasions to make mention of here. And we’re not talking about minuscule rallies but bright, rowdy, militant, BIG demonstrations with seas of Syrian Arab Republic flags waving and portraits of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad standing tall. Not even one of these events was covered by “Palestine Solidarity Movement” mainstreamers.[…]

[…] ~ Simply put, to defend Palestine today is to defend Syria and vice versa, for as Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah declared years ago, the Syrian Arab Republic is the backbone of the Mouqawamah and only a fool or a traitor would sit idly by as his backbone is being broken. So what category do the “activists” of the “Palestine Solidarity Movement” fall under? Fools? Traitors? Or a lil’ bit of both?




by Jonathan Azaziah, MouqawamahMusic

The courageous pro-Syria Palestinians inside the Syrian Arab Republic as well as occupied Palestine itself have been all but excommunicated from mainstream “Palestine Solidarity Movement” discourse. And truth be told, it is the apogee of sickening. …READ MORE …

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Israeli Soldiers Detain Archbishop Hanna

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IMEMC : Israeli soldiers kidnapped, Saturday, Archbishop of Sebastia of the Greek Orthodox Church of occupied Jerusalem, Theodosius Attallah Hanna, and held him for several hours in the Etzion military and security base, north of Hebron, in the southern part of the occupied West Bank.

Father Hanna was participating in a nonviolent protest against the illegal takeover of Beit Al-Bakara old Church, north of Hebron.

Theodosius Attallah Hanna_Jerusalem_Coordinator of the National Committee against the Wall and Settlements, Hasan Breijiyya, said the soldiers attacked the nonviolent protesters against the illegal Israeli seizure, and the subsequent sale of the Beit al-Baraka hospital, part of the al-Bakara church.

He added that the peaceful protest against this illegal seizure of the Beit al-Baraka comes to expose the illegal Israeli policies, and outrageous violations against holy sites and property.

Scores of residents, Israeli and international peace activists, in addition to a delegation of the Presbyterian Church, participated in the procession, before the soldiers assaulted them.

The senior Christian figure was held for several hours in the Gush Etzion military and security base, before the soldiers eventually released him.

Prior to his release, Archbishop Hanna was handed an order for interrogation by the Israeli security services.

Breijiyya said the takeover of the church building is illegal under international law, and that the alleged sale of the church property is invalid, especially since International Law, and Church Law, states that churches and church property, must be handed back to the local church once it is out of commission.

The soldiers completely surrounded the compound, and blockaded all nearby roads, eventually preventing the protestors from reaching the compound.

A committee for defending Beit al-Baraka was formed to continue organizing public actions meant at foiling the illegal Israeli colonialist takeover.

Pastor Danny Awad of the Presbyterian Church also delivered a speech explaining the role Beit al-Baraka played in helping patients through its free services to the public.

Israeli peace activists of “Combatants For Peace” said that the illegal Israeli policies must be exposed and condemned by all religious groups around the world, and called for more public support to counter the escalating Israeli violations.

The importance of the new settlement is that it paves the way for further settlement expansion, especially since there are more than 500 Dunams (around 125 acres) of Palestinian lands illegally confiscated by Israel in 2005, used to expand kibbutz Magdalen Oz. Israel is also planning to build a settlers’ road bypassing the al-‘Arroub refugee camp.


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‘We Palestinian Christians say Allahu Akbar’

Nadezhda Kevorkova is a war correspondent who has covered the events of the Arab Spring, military and religious conflicts around the world, and the anti-globalization movement.


January 30, 2015 15:16

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The only Palestinian Orthodox Christian bishop in the Holy Land speaking about the suffering of Palestinian Christians, their unity with Muslims in the Palestinian struggle, about Orthodox Christian martyrs, and Ukraine.

Archbishop Sebastia Theodosios (Atallah Hanna), 49, is the only Orthodox Christian archbishop from Palestine stationed in Jerusalem and the Holy Land, while all other bishops of the Patriarchate of Jerusalem are Greeks. The Israeli authorities had detained him several times, or stopped him at the border, and taken away his passport. Among all Jerusalem clergymen he is the only one who has no privilege of passing through the VIP gate in the airport – because of his nationality. “For the Israeli authorities, I am not a bishop, but rather a Palestinian,” explains his Beatitude. When talking on the phone he says a lot of words you would normally hear from a Muslim: “Alhamdulillah, Insha’Allah, Masha’Allah”. He speaks Arabic, and the Arabic for ‘god’ is Allah, whether you are a Christian or a Muslim.

Your Beatitude, what’s it like being the Palestinian bishop in the Holy Land?

Firstly, I’d like to confirm that I am the only Palestinian bishop in the Orthodox Patriarchate of Jerusalem. A fellow bishop is serving in the city of Irbid in the north of Jordan; and there are also several Palestinian priests.

I take pride in belonging to this great religious institution that’s over 2,000 years old.

My church has been protecting the Christian presence in the Holy Land and the sacred items related to the life of Christ and Christian Church history.

I am proud of my religion and nationality, I am proud to belong to my fatherland. I am a Palestinian, and I belong to this religious people who are fighting for the sake of their freedom and dignity to implement their dreams and national rights.

I support Palestinians and share their cause and their issues. We the Palestinian Orthodox Christians are not detached from their hardships.

The Palestinian issue is a problem that concerns all of us, Christians and Muslims alike. It’s a problem of every free intellectual individual aspiring for justice and freedom in this world.

We the Palestinian Christians suffer along with the rest of Palestinians from occupation and hardships of our economic situation. Muslims and Christians suffer equally, as there is no difference in suffering for any of us. We are all living in the same complicated circumstances, and overcoming the same difficulties.

As a church and as individuals we protect this people, and we hope a day will come when Palestinians get their freedom and dignity.

A Christian pilgrim holds a cross as he dips in the water after a ceremony at the baptismal site known as Qasr el-Yahud on the banks of the Jordan River near the West Bank city of Jericho January 18, 2015. (Reuters/Mohamad Torokman)

A Christian pilgrim holds a cross as he dips in the water after a ceremony at the baptismal site known as Qasr el-Yahud on the banks of the Jordan River near the West Bank city of Jericho January 18, 2015. (Reuters/Mohamad Torokman)

For those coming to visit the Holy Land there are few opportunities to see how hard the Palestinians’ situation is. What would you like to say to those wishing to understand better the Palestinian problem?

The Israel authorities treat the Palestinian people in a way we can never accept or approve, first and foremost because Israel treats Palestinians as foreigners, as if we were strangers in our land.

Palestinians have never been strangers either to Jerusalem or to the entire homeland. Israel is an occupation force which treats us as visitors or some temporary residents. But we are the native people of this land. We didn’t come here, we have always been here. In contrast, Israel appeared out of the blue.

They are treating us as if we came here from elsewhere, as if we accidentally and recently strayed into this land. But we are the rightful owners of this land. We didn’t intrude into Israel. Israel intruded into our lives in 1948, and in 1967 it occupied Eastern Jerusalem. We have been here long before Israel. By the time Israel came here, our forefathers had been living here for many centuries.

This is why we cannot accept Israel treating us like strangers to our own homeland. I shall be honest and say it over again: both Christians and Muslims suffer the same from the Israeli authorities.

Is visiting Jerusalem as difficult to a Christian Palestinian from the West Bank as for a Muslim?

They don’t ask if a person arriving from Beit Jala or Ramallah to Jerusalem is a Christian or a Muslim. They only ask one question, “Do you have a permit to enter Jerusalem or not?”

The pass allowing a Palestinian to enter Jerusalem is issued by Israel. No one can come through without one. In pursuing its racist policy towards the Palestinian people Israel disregards different confessions. We are all targeted just the same. It all depends on getting a pass, whether you’re a Christian or a Muslim.

We all are their targets.

On top of that, Israel took control of a lot of property of the Orthodox Christian Church and is interfering with the internal affairs of the Church. They put pressure on the Palestinian Christians in all sorts of ways trying to force them to leave.

There is only one cause of suffering for both Christians and Muslims in the Holy Land.

The recent attack on the French satirical magazine triggered a wave of anti-Muslim marches in Europe. Netanyahu walked in the front row of such a march. What it your attitude to what happened?

We denounce the attacks in Paris which were committed by the people allegedly representing a particular religion.

But they do not represent any religion – they are murderers.

This attack was committed by the people, who claimed to have faith, but they definitely don’t represent Islam and cannot act on behalf of Islam, they only do harm and hurt the image of Islam through what they do.

At the same time, we denounce just as much terrorist operations in Syria and Iraq as we denounce the terrorist attacks in Paris.

Those who committed the terror attack in Paris and elsewhere, belong to the same groups that are engaged in terrorism in Syria and Iraq and attack sacred places, desecrate churches and kidnap religious leaders.

They attack women and children in Syria, Lebanon and Iraq.

We were witnesses of the terror act in Lebanon’s Tripoli just days ago which killed dozens of innocent people who were at a café.

We condemn the terror attacks in Paris and we equally condemn any such attacks in any part of the world. We strongly oppose the idea of connecting these attacks to Islam.

We are currently preparing for an international conference that religious figures – Christian, Muslim and Judaist – from many countries will take part in to assert that we, the representatives of the three monotheistic religions, are against terror, fanaticism and violence used under religious slogans. The conference might take place in Amman, Jordan.

To a Western mind, Allahu Akbar sounds like a threat. What do Christians of the Holy Land think about them?

We Christians also say Allahu Akbar. This is an expression of our understanding that the Creator is great. We don’t want this phrase to be related to terrorism and crimes.

We refuse to associate these words with massacres and murders.

We speak against using this phrase in this context. Those who do, they insult our religion and our religious values.

Those using these words while taking some unreligious, unspiritual, uncivilized actions are harming the religion.

Allahu Akbar is an expression of our faith.

One must not use these words for non-religion-related purposes in order to justify violence and terror.

Christian priests hold a Christmas Midnight Mass at the Church of the Nativity in the West Bank town of Bethlehem December 25, 2014. (Reuters/Ammar Awad)

Christian priests hold a Christmas Midnight Mass at the Church of the Nativity in the West Bank town of Bethlehem December 25, 2014. (Reuters/Ammar Awad)

Do people say Allahu Akbar in church?

Of course.

For us, Allah is not an Islamic term. This is a word used in Arabic to indicate the Creator who’s made the world we are living in. So when we say Allah in our prayers we mean the Creator of this world.

In our prayers and pleas, in our Orthodox Christian religious ceremonies we use exactly this word. We say, glory be to Allah in all times. We say Allah a lot during our liturgy. It’s erroneous to think that the word Allah is only used by Muslims.

We the Arab Christians say Allah in our Arabic language as a way to identify and address the Creator in our prayers.

Is this all about Christ? Was he the one to provoke a religious split in the Holy Land? Christians and Muslims recognize that Jesus Christ had been born, and they are awaiting his second coming, and the judgment day. Jews deny this however, and await their Messiah.

We Christians believe that Jesus has already come. We have recently celebrated Christmas as a reminder that Jesus came into this world, that he was born in Bethlehem, and began his road here in the Holy Land for the sake of all mankind, and for the salvation of the world.

So as far as we are concerned, Jesus has already come.

Jews believe that he hasn’t come yet, and await his coming. This is the main disagreement between Jews and us. We believe that Jesus has already come, whereas they don’t.

Despite this fact, we are not at war with Jews. We do not express aggression against Jews or anyone else in the world, despite any differences in our beliefs.

We pray for those who disagree with us.

When Jesus came into this world he didn’t tell us to hate, ignore, or be at war with one or the other; he didn’t tell us to kill this one or that one. He gave us one very simple instruction: to love one another. When Jesus told us to love one another this love wasn’t conditioned by what a person was like, or what he was doing. If we are indeed true Christians it is our debt to love all people, and to treat them with positivity, and with love.

When we see someone who’s sinful, lost, and distant from Allah and from faith, someone who acts wrongly, then it is our duty to pray for him although he might be different from us and our religion. When we have religious disagreements with people we pray that Allah would guide them the right way. Hatred, anger, and accusations of having a wrong faith are not a part of our ethics as Christians. This is the key disagreement and difference between the Jewish religion and ours. The Jewish religion that had existed before Christ is the religion of people who were awaiting Jesus’ coming. Many Jews followed him, yet there were those who didn’t believe in him, and rejected him.

We know that Jesus was persecuted, and so were the early Christians. For instance, Herod the King killed thousands of babies in Bethlehem thinking that Jesus would be among them. The book of the Acts of the Apostles, as well as sacred tradition, talk about numerous instances of persecution of early Christians.

Despite that, we see each person who disagrees with us on religion as our brother, our fellow human. Allah created all of us, he gave us life, therefore it is our duty to love each person, and to pray for those who are mistaken or are misunderstanding, so that Allah would guide them the right way.

Is that why Christians and Muslims are persecuted?

We don’t divide the Palestinian people based on who is Christian and who is Muslim, who is religious and who isn’t, who is left or what party they are a member of. We don’t divide the people based on convictions and religion.

For the resistance it doesn’t matter whether they are Muslim or Christian.

Regardless of what their political views may be, all Palestinians actively support the idea that the Palestinian people should be able to exercise their rights and achieve their dream.

Yes, a number Christians have been killed since 1948 to this day. Some Christians have been driven away from their houses. Some Christian villages have been completely destroyed, and now there’s not a single house or resident there, for example, Al Galil in the Golan Heights.

Many churches have been attacked in Jerusalem; there have been attempts to seize their property and lands.

There are Christians in Israeli prisons – not as many as Muslims, but there are some. The Christian community is smaller in general, but we have our own martyrs who were killed and prisoners who spent years and years behind bars.

Christians suffer under the Israeli occupation just the same as Muslims – the entire Palestinian population suffers under it. They don’t distinguish between us.

Are there any special aspects when it comes to Christians living in the Holy Land?

Here’s one of the many examples, connected to the Russian Orthodox Church.

The Holy Trinity Cathedral located in the western part of Jerusalem belonged to the Russian Orthodox Church, but after 1948 Israel used the situation in Russia to its advantage and seized some of the buildings around the Cathedral, using them as police quarters and a prison with torture practices.

When someone says “moskobiya”, referring to something connected to the Moscow Patriarchate, something holy and spiritual, the first thing that comes to the mind of a Palestinian living in Jerusalem is torture, police, interrogation and prison.

In Nazareth, for example, the word “moskobiya” is associated exclusively with the old Russian school where the Palestinian cultural elite, scientists and politicians studied. Although it was closed after the 1917 Revolution in Russia, its fame lives on.

So it’s only for the Palestinians in Jerusalem.

What do Palestinian Christians, I mean Orthodox Christians first of all, think of the Ukraine crisis?

Overall, we are deeply concerned with the divide in Ukraine. We still believe all Ukrainian Christians must stay within the fold of the Mother Church that is the Moscow Patriarchate.

I wish the Ukraine crisis would resolve through dialogue so that we see reconciliation and an end to violence and bloodshed.

Christians do not need wars, killings and massacres. This political crisis must be resolved in a peaceful way. The Church must work hard to ensure that the divisions are bridged and overcome.

The Orthodox Church in Ukraine is strong because most of the people preach Orthodox Christianity.

Divisions must be healed. We really hope that the efforts by the Moscow Patriarchate and the Patriarchate of Constantinople will help to re-unite the Ukrainian Church.

I believe the split can be reversed and those who broke away could come back. But in order for that to happen we need humility, belief and strong will.

We pray for the Orthodox Church in Ukraine.

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Sofia, SANA – Greek Orthodox Archbishop of Sebastia Atallah Hanna condemned the recent Israeli aggression against Syria two days ago, considering that what Israel has done and the takfiri terrorists’ acts fall within the same scope of taking revenge on Syria because of its principled stances in support of the Palestinian cause.

Archbishop Hanna visited the Syrian Embassy in the Bulgarian capital, Sofia, and expressed condolences to the families of Syria’s martyrs.

Hanna stressed that all Israeli and colonialist plans to destroy Syria’s national unity and coexistence in order to fragment the Arab societies and spread sectarian strife have been foiled thanks to the wise leadership of President Bashar al-Assad.


He highlighted the sacrifices of the Syrian army in its war to defend Syria and the Arab Nation against the terrorists, whishing that next year will bring peace and amity to all people and countries.

In turn, Syria’s Ambassador to Bulgaria, Nadra Sayaf, appreciated Archbishop Hanna’s national stances and struggle to support the Palestinian cause and Syria’s people and army in the face of terrorism and the international conspiracy.

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UK Baroness Warsi irks Jewish Lobby again!


In August 2014, Baroness Sayeeda Hussain Warsi resigned from David Cameron’s government over its Israeli butt-licking policy against Palestinians. Tuesday, on a Twitter post she likened the killing of four Jew worshippers in occupied East Jerusalem synagogue to the Jew extremists storming Islam’s third most sacred building, the Al-Aqsa Mosque.

Grant Shapps, the Jewish president of the ruling Conservative couldn’t take Warsi’s comparison sitting-down. He called her statement “racist” and said she doesn’t speak for the Tory party.

On Tuesday, two young Palestinian cousins carrying knives and a pistol attacked a group of Zionist worshipers who were allegedly among the Jewish extremists calling for the demolition of Al-Aqsa Mosque and the Dome of Rock over the so-called Holy Wailing Wall.

The cousins killed four Jews while wounding another eight before they were shot dead by Israeli soldiers protecting the synagogue. One of the soldiers later died of his wounds.

Some Israeli sources suspect that the attack was in response to the murder of Yusuf Hassan al-Ramouni, 32, Egged bus driver on Sunday. The bruises on his body show that he was killed by Jew settlers before hanged to look like a suicide case.

As a usual collateral punishment, Israeli police used “skunk” trucks to spray putrid water in Jabel Mukabar neighborhood where the cousins lived. Police also arrested 12 relatives of the attackers while wounding a dozen other residents who protested against the arrests.

According to UK’s Jewish Mail Online, among the four dead was one British rabbi and three American rabbis – all carrying dual Israeli passports.

I bet these rabbis were incarnation of American Rabbi Bruch Goldstein who butchered 50 Muslim worshippers at the Ibrahimi Mosque in Hebron in 1994.

Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu immediately issued a statement blaming Peres’ Palestinian Gandhi Mahmoud Abbas and Hamas for the attack. Netanyahu made a similar accusation against Abbas and Hamas to justify Israel’s 50-day war on Gaza in July this year. Mahmoud Abbas immediately denied the accusation.

Jew extremist groups lead by Rabbi Yahuda Glick, a follower of Rabbi Meir Kahane, are carrying out violent demonstrations, shouting “the mosque will burn, the temple rebuilt” at the so-called Temple Mount, which, historically, is remains of an old Roman castle. Glick was shot a week ago and is still in a hospital recovering from his injuries while his attacker, allegedly a Palestinian, was killed at the spot by Glick’s security guards.

Israeli foreign minister Avigdor Lieberman has condemned the demonstrators saying they have no right to pray at Al-Aqsa Mosque.

Archbishop Attallah Hanna, of the Greek Orthodox Church in Palestine and Jerusalem, strongly denounced the Israeli military and fanatic Israeli groups who attacked and invaded the al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem.

King Abdullah II, the strongest Arab ally of the Zionist entity has recalled his ambassador from Tel Aviv in protest to Zionist regimes’ support for the Jewish hooligans demonstrating at the Al-Aqsa compound.

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NOVEMBER 3, 2014

by Jonathan Azaziah (Mouqawamah Music EXCLUSIVE)

On March 13th 2003, just one week before the Anglo-Zionist Empire’s criminal, annihilationist, regional-map-changing invasion of Iraq, Hizbullah Secretary-General Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah delivered a speech that can only be described as ominous, visionary and downright prophetic,

“The Jews have long hoped for a war that pits a Jewish-Christian alliance against the Muslim nation. In this context I would like to say: Let us look to form a Muslim-Christian alliance to confront all those who attack Moses, Jesus and Mohammad. Why don’t we form a political alliance of this kind? Those positive positions, we see today, whether in the East or the West, are positions taken by Christian countries, churches, and prominent individuals and elites, and this only encourages the formation of such an alliance. Why do we not seek a meaningful, public, and official Muslim-Christian alliance such as this, in the face of an American-Zionist scheme, which only seeks to spread ruin, destruction, war, humiliation, and corruption throughout the world (1)?”

The legendary Resistance leader’s bone-chilling words ring even truer today as this Jewish plot has taken a foothold in the lands of Bilad al-Sham and Bilad al-Rafidayn and driven them into a chasm of hellfire and brimstone.

Since Iraq was invaded by the forces of Judeo-Atlanticist Imperialism, the usurping Zionist entity’s Mossad – with the assistance of “Christian”-Zionist private military contractors and CIA death squads – has been waging a systematic campaign of extermination against the Assyrian and Chaldean Christians of Iraq, as the illegitimate “Israeli” regime is well-aware that Iraqi Christians have played a historic role in resisting Western meddling in Mesopotamia, particularly during the time just before the 1958 July 14th Revolution disposed the British-Zionist-controlled monarchy in Baghdad (2).

This scheme continues today – and has expanded into Syria — in the form of Takfiri terrorism, represented by ISIS, Jabhat al-Nusra and a handful of other gangs backed to the hilt by the genocidal Jewish “state” and NATO (3). From Syria’s Raqqa to Iraq’s Mosul, ISIS is kidnaping bishops, taking nuns hostage, burning churches and lashing, stoning and, most sickeningly and horrifying of all, crucifying Christians to death (4).


Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Father Gabriel Nadaf. (Photo: Israeli Government Press Office)It is amidst this backdrop of Zionist-generated terror that a deeply disturbing development has unfolded in the 1948 lands of occupied Palestine, Nasirah (Nazareth) to be specific.

A group of Palestinian Christians, led by a particularly revolting fellow by the name of Father Jibril (Gabriel) Naddaf, have started identifying themselves not as Palestinians or even Arabs, but Arameans (5). Beyond the sheer idiocy and colonialist-induced self-hatred which are quite clearly at the forefront of this fiasco, lies something much more wretched and worrisome.


Father Jibril has also called on occupied Nasirah’s Christians to join the genocidal “Israeli” occupation forces, and his efforts to foment an “Aramean revolution” are backed fully by the illegitimate Zionist regime itself. Interior Minister Gideon Sa’ar, who Father Jibril has labeled the “Aramean nation’s” Theodor Herzl, Likudnik MK Ofir Akunis, Upper Nazareth mayor Alex Gadalkin and many other “Israeli” politicians and military figures have all thrown their weight behind this sham. But even Haaretz, the enemy media outlet that provided hasbara for Sa’ar on the matter, admits, “when it comes to Sa’ar and some of his fellow celebrants, recognition of the Arameans appears less motivated by love and more by an interest that these people not be deemed Arabs. In other words, it’s an effort to divide the Arab nation by isolating the tens of thousands of Christians who would be deemed Arameans (5).”

And even though the overwhelming majority of Palestinian Christians have come out and categorically condemned and rejected this abhorrence, slamming Naddaf as an “‘Israeli’ tool” (6), the damage is done, as yet another seed of division has been planted.

Communal Strife: Zionism’s Bread and Butter

This isn’t the first time that Father Jibril has been embroiled in controversy, nor is it the first time he has gone out on a limb to propagandize about the potential “benefits” of Palestinian Christians joining IOF. Last year, right around this time as a matter of fact, the collaborationist “Aramean” was involved in a pro-IOF-enlistment conference with then-mayor of Upper Nazareth Shimon Gapso, an ally of genocidal warmonger Avigdor Lieberman’s Yisrael Beiteinu party and an open ethnic cleansing proponent who suggested that Nasirah’s Christians be expelled to Gaza. Then, like now, Father Jibril was backed by Sa’ar, as well as wanted war criminal Tzipi Livni (7).Moreover, Naddaf’s efforts are being executed in perfect congruence with the legislation introduced earlier this year by Knesset leaderYariv Levin, which was written up to afford special privileges to the Palestinian Christians in 1948 Palestine (called “Israel” by the Jews and their allies) and pit them against their Muslim countrymen (8).

This policy of facilitating communal strife does not just go back a year or two, or even a decade or two. It has been around since the earliest years of the Zionist project, with the earliest evidence showing a 1920 Zionist Executive budget proposal setting “provocation of dissension between [Palestinian] Christians and Muslims” as one of the Jewish usurpers’ primary goals (9). And it remains a strategic objective for the Jewish occupation regime to this day. As Nadim Nashif, founder and director of Baladna: The Association for Arab Youth, pointed out this summer, Palestinian Christians “are subject to discrimination in employment, unequal municipal funding, physical threats of violence from police, under-funded educational systems, discrimination in housing rights, and political marginalization.” Furthermore, he – and Mariam Farah, a board member of Baladna who coauthored the piece – also noted that “Christians are the fastest shrinking segment of” the Zionist entity’s population, “in part due to these discriminatory policies”, and these attempts from “Tel Aviv” to “integrate Christians […] will in fact further marginalize them and perpetuate a hierarchy of race and religion (10).”

In other words, fomenting communal strife is Zionism’s bread and butter and therefore what is taking place is just Jewish colonialism at work. The Jewish supremacist occupiers, deliberately stuck in a time 96 years ago and following that 1920 Zionist Executive budget proposal to the letter, are overexerting themselves to de-Arabize Palestinian Christians and break them away from the rest of their national brethren, for a nation divided is a nation far easier to conquer. From the Zionists’ perspective, such efforts couldn’t come at a better time either, as Arab Christians are being persecuted across the region by World Jewry’s Takfiri legion.

A Most Ugly Truth: Beyond “Israeli” Crimes Against Christians, There Is The Jewish Position On Jesus

On top of the baby-killing “Israeli” regime’s genesis of Muslim-Christian division in the Holy Land, there is also the equally significant matter of the gratuitous Zionist violence inflicted upon Palestinian Christians since the criminal creation of the Jewish gangster “state”.

From the killing and wounding of Palestinian Christians in Gaza during Operation Protective Edge (11), to IOF outright preventing Palestinian Christians from entering a church in ethnically cleansed Kufr Birim (12), to the burning of a 100-year old church in occupied Al-Quds (13), to the demolition of Catholic Church property in occupied Al-Quds (14), to the destruction of a church in the occupied West Bank and the vandalizing of Tabgha Church in occupied al-Jalil {{the Galilee}} (15), to the routine “price tag” attacks carried out by fanatical settlers across occupied Palestine, in which hateful graffiti is scribbled onto church (as well as mosque) walls, the most disgusting case being a 2012 incident in Western Al-Quds when the Baptist Church was tagged with “Death to Christianity ” and “Jesus son of Mary, the whore (16)”, to the utterly demonic besiegement of the Holy Church of Nativity in occupied Bethlehem which left at least 7 Palestinians dead and three dozen others wounded during the Second Intifada (17), to IOF soldier Daniel Koren’s shooting rampage at St. Anthony Catholic Church in occupied Yafa, to the assault on churches throughout the lands “Israel” stole during al-Naksa in what one missionary deemed “perhaps the most serious setback that Christendom has had since the fall of Constantinople in 1453”, to the original sin itself, the Nakba in 1948, when Jewish terrorists desecrated at least 14 churches, killed 3 priests and slaughtered 100 more women and children (18), it is safe to say that one thing Zionist Jews don’t drag discrimination into is inflicting violence on the indigenous population, be they Christian, Muslim or otherwise.

Contrary to popular leftist- and “solidarity”-activist-disseminated belief however, these ungodly crimes against humanity aren’t rooted in “settler colonialism” or mere “racism”. They’re not rooted in Zionism either, but its parent company, Judaism. Quite frankly, this is the ugliest and most uncomfortable truth of all: Hatred of all things Christian, be it Prophet Jesus The Messiah (A.S.) himself, his holy mother Mary (A.S.), Christians themselves, their churches and their symbols, are all intrinsic to the Jewish belief system. Encapsulating this is the rather bizarre and repulsive abuse that the Christians of occupied Al-Quds have endured for far too long: Jews spitting on them (19). This act of pure obscenity, along with the others as well, are all indeed rooted in the praxis of classical Judaism, in which the Talmud makes clear that when a Jew passes by an inhabited non-Jewish dwelling, he must ask “God” to destroy it, and when a Jew sees a church or a crucifix, he must spit on it three times (20).

Generally speaking, the Talmud is banefully vitriolic towards Christians as a whole, no exceptions. BT Shabbat 116 commands Jews to burn Christian books. BT Sanhedrin 99a says anyone who reads the Gospel (Al-Injeel in Arabic), the revelations given to Jesus by God, is doomed to hell. BT Avodah Zarah 17a likens adherence to the message of Jesus to the act of sleeping with prostitutes and in the same verse, the mercilessness deepens, “Christians are allied with hell and Christianity is worse than incest (21).” In the ‘18 blessings’ section of the Jewish daily prayer, its most critical section, there is a special Talmudic curse reserved for the Christians, “And may the apostates have no hope, and all the Christians perish instantly (22).”Maimonides, the vile godfather of Judaic Islamophobia (3) and the ‘infallible’ and most widely-read ‘sage’ of Judaism, has written extensively on Jesus and when referring to him, he would always add the salutation of ‘may the name of the wicked perish (23).’ The Talmudic overlords considered Jesus (and his pure, holy mother Mary; Maryam in Arabic) ‘wicked’ for a multitude of reasons.

Like the ‘sex-magic-practitioner’ labels placed upon the other prophets by the toxic Talmud-Kabbalah nexus, the rabbis have done the same with Jesus, ridiculing him and mitigating his dual rank of prophet and Messiah to magician and commander of demons. The rabbinic supremacists did this because they view Jesus as a half-goybastard child, produced out of wedlock by a Roman soldier and his mother Mary, who, according to them, was a whore that engaged in multiple extramarital relationships (24). As if promiscuity was genetic, the Talmud deducts that ‘Mary the whore’ passed on her filthy genes to Jesus, whom the rabbis view as a sexual pervert (25). Sadly, the vulgar and mentally unstable rabbinical rulings do not stop there. Using the ‘logic of the wise men,’ since Jesus was habitually indulgent in sexual deviance, which he received by transmittance of blood from his sexually unclean mother, by virtue, so were his students and disciples, whom the rabbis viewed as powerful magicians obsessed with sexual excesses. The rabbis viewed Jesus and his followers as a “forbidden cult,” and using their ‘sagacity,’ they tirelessly worked to install this lie, this mirage, this niddah, to use their own term for unsuspecting goyim, in the mind of the ordinary Jew who had no relationship with the rabbinate (26).

Considering that it is the rabbinic ‘divines’, in their Talmud and Kabbalah, particularly the latter, who have made degenerate sex and satanic sex magic chief characteristics of their ‘godhead’ that rules over goy and Jew alike, it can easily be argued that they are projecting their own insecurities and deficient egomania onto righteous and holy Prophet Jesus the Messiah, as sex is the predominant theme in their assault on his person (27). The Jewish supremacists bring their hatred for Jesus full circle with what they view as his punishment for transgressing against the rabbinate. His transgression? Speaking truth to rabbinical power. In their full-blown rage, the ‘wise men’ decreed that Jesus is rotting in boiling excrement in hell (28), as written in BT Gittin 57a. Like their subversion of the perfect monotheism of so many other prophets, the rabbis have scribed that Jesus and his disciples worshiped stone; baseless doesn’t even begin to provide an accurate description. If the vileness wasn’t so blatantly exorbitant, it would almost invoke hilarity that after all of the grime thrown upon Jesus and his pure, holy mother, the rabbis placed one more black (magic) mark on his name: refusal to repent (29). Yes, like children unable to manipulate their parents with a temper tantrum, the Talmudic-Halakhic supremacists were angry because Jesus unrepentantly stood with the light of the truth against the darkness of their lies.

The Chabadniks, powerful, extremist, money laundering, pedophilic, ecstasy trading, meth dealing, heroin slinging, mafia-connected Jews, who have had their dirty hands in the 26/11 false flag in Mumbai (30)as well as the ongoing exploitation and genocide in Congo (31), take the hatred of Jesus to an entirely different level – as if that was even imaginable considering everything discussed above – and deem his birthday (which they call Nitel Night) an unholy night in which ‘soulless gentiles’ have dominion over the earth for 24 hours (32). This is exceedingly relevant when considering how Palestinians and other occupied “Ishmaelite-Amalekite” peoples are treated by Zionists on Christmas, particularly in occupied Bethlehem (33). To the Chabadniks, any brutality inflicted upon the goyim on Nitel Night is an act of restoring an unpeaceful, unclean planet to its Judaic-ruled state where Jews can study their lessons again without being interrupted by goy happiness. One struggles to find the words to properly convey just how depraved all this is.

Let the record show, as evidenced by the Jews’ own writings in their “holy” books, that the cornucopia of crimes committed by the Zionists against the indigenous Christians of Palestine goes beyond mere Zio-colonialism at work, and is actually the embodiment of Christ-hating Judaism at work. Their acts of ungodliness are the hateful Talmud made manifest and this truth shows just how ridiculous and asinine it is for any Christian at all, let alone those of Palestinian and Arab extraction, to back the usurping, terrorist, supremacist Zionist entity.

Conclusion: Armed Christian Resistance and Islamic-Christian Unity, A Two-Punch Combination Which Cannot Be Countered

And now we return to the original point, that of the idiotic followers of Father Jibril Naddaf, the self-hating Arab stooge of “Israeli” Interior Minister Gideon Sa’ar. It’s bad enough that Naddaf and his pathetic, delusional gang are doing damage to the Palestinian cause and their own brethren, but they’re also managing to churn out some borderline hilarious hasbara work against the force in the Maghreb and Mashreq that the Jewish occupation regime fears the most: Hizbullah. One of these “Aramean revolutionaries”, a 77-year old man named Elias Khoury in the Galilee village of Jish, declared to Haaretz that, “In Lebanon too we went through hell, because of Hizbullah (5).” His laughable statement brings the words poppycock, balderdash, gobbledegook and several like-similar others to mind.

The only “Christians” that Hizbullah may have put “through hell” were those traitorous SLA snakes who did the bidding of collaborationist militia leader Antoine Lahad, whose Zionist proxy forces were beaten from pillar to post by the Resistance for nearly two decades before Lebanon was finally liberated from the usurping Jewish entity’s occupation on May 25th, 2000. And these men, these traitors, were not followers of Prophet Jesus The Messiah (A.S.) by any means. They were “Israelis” more or less and this is confirmed by the fact that thousands of them now live in occupied Palestine under Zionist protection, with some even serving in IOF (34). While Hizbullah has always been popular among Lebanese Christians, as it has steadfastly protected them and financially assisted them with the rebuilding of their homes after the destruction that the Zionists brought on Lebanon during the 2006 July War (35), popular support for the Lebanese Islamic Resistance these days is tremendously high, with over two thirds of Lebanon’s Christians backing the Party and Syria’s Christians standing with it as well and even flying its yellow flag, especially in Maaloula (36), which Hizbullah and the Syrian Arab Army liberated back in April from Takfiri terrorist control (37).

Moreover, it is integral to impart that Hizbullah’s protection of – and alliance with – Arab Christians is something rooted in its very ideology, for as an Islamic party, Hizbullah is committed to the defense of Prophet Jesus The Messiah (A.S.) and his followers. Hizbullah is also intent on promoting communal neighborliness and cross-sectarian brotherliness because they stifle sedition and Mossad subversion, and this is reflected by the Resistance movement’s sendoff of Christmas cards (35) and detailed coverage of Christmas (38), in 2013 most especially, when the Party’s Al-Manar channel covered just about every Christian sect in Lebanon, from the big churches in Beirut to the smaller churches in the countryside (39).In the wake of the Zionist-sponsored rise of ISIS and Jabhat al-Nusra, Hizbullah’s ideological affinity with Christians has taken on a new form: military support.

The Lebanese Islamic Resistance has provided extensive training in the field of urban warfare – including its famed and fearsome street-to-street tactics which wreaked havoc on the terrorist army of the Jewish gangster “state” – to Syria’s National Defense Forces (NDF), a people’s militia (40) comprised of significant numbers of Syrian Christians from all sects (41). On the home front in Lebanon, Hizbullah has opened up training camps for young Christians hailing from the towns in the Bekaa Valley adjacent to the Syrian border. Essentially,Hizbullah is the grandsire of these “people’s protection committees (42)”. Due to the links ISIS and other Takfiri groups have with the usurping Zionist entity, Hizbullah is treating them as an existential threat to Lebanon despite “Israel” remaining its top priority (43), and thus, views the protection of Lebanese Christians as existential also. And Lebanese Christians agree. Lebanese Christian communist fighter Mtawei Murad summed it up succinctly for Al-Akhbar, “Our necks and Hizbullah’s neck are intertwined. If Hizbullah wins, we win, and if it is slaughtered we will be slaughtered with it (44).”

The precedent set by the Christians of Lebanon and Syria, under Hizbullah’s direct tutelage, is now being followed in Iraq – where 90 percent of the Iraqi Orthodox Christian community alone is displaced (45) – as Assyrian Christians across northern Iraq have taken up arms and formed a militia with about 2,000 men called “Dwekh Nawsha” to fight ISIS (46). All of these developments aren’t just related to the goings-on in occupied Palestine, they’re inextricably interconnected, as one of the core reasons cited by the loathsome “Aramean revolutionaries” in abandoning their Arab identity is in fact ISIS (5).The Zionists are utilizing their Takfiri scourge as a bridgehead to disintegrate Islamic-Christian unity in the Arab world because they know it represents the single greatest threat to their hegemonic plans, with Hizbullah’s aforementioned actions being the case in point regarding this thorn in the illegitimate “Israeli” regime’s side.

In addition to the efforts put forth by the Hizbullah-Christian alliance in both Lebanon and Syria, and regardless of the “Aramean revolution” in the ‘48 lands, the Jewish plot to divide the lovers and followers of Jesus (A.S.) in occupied Palestine has also failed. Despite “Israeli” Prime Minister and mass murderer of Palestinian children in Gaza Benjamin Netanyahu (real Ashkenazi name: Benjamin Mileikowsky) spreading excessive hasbara during Operation Mighty Cliff (a.k.a. Protective Edge) in a rather crummy attempt to portray ISIS and Hamas as a single “Islamist terrorist” force (47), the Palestinian Christians of Gaza opened up the doors of their churches on Eid al-Fitr to Muslims seeking refuge from the criminal “Israeli” Air Force’s bombs. In Saint Porphyrius Church in Gaza City, Muslims prayed inside the church and Christians even celebrated Eid with their Muslim brethren (48). Jalila Ayyad, the first Christian martyred by the vile “Israelis” during the 50-day war, had her body carried by both Christians and Muslims prior to her burial, in a somber yet beautiful sign of true solidarity. Indeed, solidarity between Muslims and Christians in Gaza *grew* during the genocidal Zionist onslaught (49).

Since the time of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W.W.), Muslims and Christians across the Maghreb and Mashreq have coexisted as brothers and sisters and since Rothschild-financed colonialism and imperialism corrupted the region, Muslims and Christians have coresisted. The Jews and polytheist Arabs of the Holy Prophet Muhammad’s (S.A.W.W.) era failed to divide this alliance, the Jewish-driven colonialists and imperialists failed and the Zionists are failing today, most especially in Palestine.

From Yafa’s Issa Dawoud el-Issa and his cousin Yousuf el-Issa, whom founded the “Filsatin” Arab nationalist newspaper which vociferously opposed Zionism and Jewish immigration to Palestine, to Al-Quds’ education pioneer Khalil al-Sakakini, to Raja Issa el-Issa, who continued his father’s legacy with the “Filastin” paper until his death in 2008, to Lydda’s legendary revolutionary George Habash, who founded the PFLP, to Bir Zeit’s beloved poet Kamal Nasser, who was martyred by an “Israeli” death squad in Beirut in 1973 (50), to Nayef Hawatmeh, who founded the DFLP, to Haifa’s Ameer Makhoul, a prominent activist and political prisoner, to al-Jalil’s Archbishop Atallah Hanna, who is the official spokesperson for the Greek Orthodox Patriarchate in Al-Quds and a fierce, eloquent Arab nationalist who defends not only Palestine but Syria, and who has articulated that anyone fighting the Syrian Arab Republic and Syrian Arab Army is a tool of the usurping Zionist entity and an enemy of Palestine (51), Palestinian Christians have a long, rich history of resisting Zionism on the military, cultural, spiritual and political levels.

If 130 years of Christ-hating Jewish colonialism and 67 years of genocidal occupation in Palestine haven’t gotten the Christians of the Holy Land to fight Muslims, then some Takfiri tools and a fake “Aramean revolution” ain’t gonna do the trick either. In defiance of these schemes, Palestinian Christians have instead chosen to fight *with* Muslims, and *alongside* them, to expel the Zionist invaders from their homeland and restore security and stability to their communities. May these efforts, nay, this *tradition* only continue and strengthen. It’s what Prophet Jesus The Messiah (A.S.) would want.

~ The End ~


(1) Voice of Hezbollah: The Statements of Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah, Translated by Ellen Khouri; Edited by Nicholas Noe; Chapter 21, Page 286

(2) The Baghdad Cathedral Massacre: Zionist Fingerprints All Over by Jonathan Azaziah, Mask of Zion

(3) The Takfiri Goy Golem: ISIS, Jabhat al-Nusra, Their “Israeli” Masters And The Repackaged Zionist War On Islam by Jonathan Azaziah, Mouqawamah Music

(4) Christian leaders express shock at world silence after ISIS expels Iraqi Christians by Roula Ibrahim, Al-Akhbar English

(5) The Israeli minister who made a revolution in the Arab Christian community by Roy (Chicky) Arad, Haaretz

(6) Palestinian Christians denounce priest for claiming Israel grants them freedom by Patrick O. Strickland, The Electronic Intifada

(7) Israeli army recruitment plan aims to incite Christian-Muslim tensions by Jonathan Cook, The Electronic Intifada

(8) Palestinian Christians “not really Arabs,” says senior Israeli lawmaker by Ali Abunimah, The Electronic Intifada

(9) Palestinians of all faiths face persecution by Israel by Asa Winstanley, Middle East Monitor

(10) How Israel Targets Its Palestinian Christian Citizens by Nadim Nashif and Mariam Farah, The Huffington Post

(11) Gaza Christians bury their first casualty of the war by Ma’an News Agency

(12) Israel prevents Palestinians from visiting church in destroyed village by Patrick Strickland, The Electronic Intifada

(13) Israeli Settlers Burn Church in Jerusalem by Saed Bannoura, IMEMC

(14) Israel levels Catholic Church property in E. Jerusalem amid ‘massive demolition’ plan by Russia Today

(15) Israel Army Destroys Mosque, Church as Christians Threatened by Al-Manar

(16) Price tag attack on J’lem church provokes religious condemnation by Marc Gopin and Aziz Abu Sarah, 972 Magazine

(17) Israeli distortions during the siege on the Church of the Nativity by Nigel Parry, The Electronic Intifada

(18) Christians Discriminated Against By Israel by Donald Neff, If Americans Only Knew

(19) Christians in Jerusalem want Jews to stop spitting on them by Amiram Barkat, Haaretz

(20) Jewish History, Jewish Religion: The Weight Of Three Thousand Years; Chapter 5: The Laws Against Non-Jews, Section – Abuse, Page 79 by Professor Israel Shahak, Pluto Press

(21) Judaism Discovered: A Study Of The Anti-Biblical Religion Of Racism, Self-Worship, Superstition And Deceit; Chapter — Christians In The Talmud, Page 382 by Professor Michael A. Hoffman II, Independent History and Research

(22) Jewish History, Jewish Religion: The Weight Of Three Thousand Years; Chapter 5: The Laws Against Non-Jews, Section – Abuse, Page 92 by Professor Israel Shahak, Pluto Press

(23) Jewish History, Jewish Religion: The Weight Of Three Thousand Years; Chapter 2: Prejudice And Prevarication, Section – A Totalitarian History, Page 21 by Professor Israel Shahak, Pluto Press

(24) Jesus In The Talmud; Chapter 1: Jesus’ Family, Pages 15-24 by Professor Peter Schäfer, Princeton University Press

(25) Jesus In The Talmud; Chapter 2: The Son/Disciple Who Turned Out Badly, Pages 25-33 by Professor Peter Schäfer, Princeton University Press

(26) Jesus In The Talmud; Chapter 4: The Torah Teacher, Pages 41-51 by Professor Peter Schäfer, Princeton University Press

(27) Jesus In The Talmud; Chapter 9: Jesus In The Talmud, Section – Sex, Pages 97-102 by Professor Peter Schäfer, Princeton University Press

(28) Jesus In The Talmud; Chapter 8: Jesus’ Punishment In Hell, Pages 82-94 by Professor Peter Schäfer, Princeton University Press

(29) Judaism Discovered: A Study Of The Anti-Biblical Religion Of Racism, Self-Worship, Superstition And Deceit; Chapter — Jesus In The Talmud, Page 385 by Professor Michael A. Hoffman II, Independent History and Research

(30) 26/11: Mossad Terrorizes Mumbai by Jonathan Azaziah, Mask of Zion

(31) The Zionist Infestation Of Africa: Zimbabwe To Uganda, Congo To Somalia And Beyond by Jonathan Azaziah, Mouqawamah Music

(32) Judaism Discovered: A Study Of The Anti-Biblical Religion Of Racism, Self-Worship, Superstition And Deceit; Chapter – The Hanukkah Hoax, Pages 918-920 by Professor Michael A. Hoffman II, Independent History and Research

(33) Bethlehem, the “capital of Christmas,” is dying by Chris McGreal, The Electronic Intifada

(34) Patriarch Rai meets with SLA collaborators by Amal Khalil, Al-Akhbar English

(35) In Hezbollah stronghold, Lebanese Christians find respect, stability by Ariel Zirulnick, The Christian Science Monitor

(36) Two-thirds of Lebanon’s Christians believe Hezbollah is protecting country by Mouqawamah Music

(37) Syria rebels driven from Christian town of Maaloula by BBC

(38) ASIA/LEBANON – Media linked to Hezbollah pay homage to the Christian feast of Christmas by Agenzia Fides

(39) Hezbollah TV’s special Christmas coverage by The Beirut Report

(40) Hezbollah-trained squad to lead battle for Aleppo by Hala Jaber, The Australian

(41) Christian Militia and Political Dynamics in Syria by Aymenn Jawad Al-Tamimi, Syria Comment

(42) Hezbollah calls for resistance against IS by Al-Monitor

(43) The Long Arm Of The Resistance: From Yemen To Saudi And Back Again by Jonathan Azaziah, Mouqawamah Music

(44) Christians in Lebanon’s northern Bekaa and Hezbollah: we share the same fate by Firas Choufi, Al-Akhbar English

(45) 90 Percent of Iraq’s Orthodox Christians Are Displaced by Al-Alam

(46) Iraq’s Christians take up arms against ISIS by Al-Akhbar English

(47) No, Hamas isn’t ISIS, ISIS isn’t Hamas by Larry Derfner, 972 Magazine

(48) Muslims pray in Gaza church as bombs fall ahead of Eid by The National

(49) Gaza’s Christians and Muslims grow closer in defiance of Israeli attacks by Mohammed Omer, The Middle East Eye

(50) Israel’s Killing Spree on Verdun Street by Omar Nashabe, Al-Akhbar English

(51) Archbishop Atallah Hanna: Those who bear arms against Syria serve Israel by Global Research News

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