Gaza Ceasefire Fiasco: 100 Palestinians and 5 IDF soldiers reportedly killed in overnight bloodbath

29 juil. 2014 – The Israeli military intensified the shelling of Gaza overnight, killing dozens and leaving hundreds injured in air and missile strikes. Israel’s PM told citizens to prepare for a “protracted campaign” until the “mission is accomplished.” Harry Fear reports from Gaza.

Rouhani: israel Preventing Iran’s Medical Aid to Gaza

TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian President Hassan Rouhani condemned the recent Israeli attacks on the defenseless Palestinians in the Gaza Strip, and said Tel Aviv does not allow Iran’s medical help to reach the Palestinians.

“They (the Israelis) kill children, women and the elderly people and unfortunately do no allow us to help them,” President Rouhani said on Tuesday.

He noted that Iran is ready to send medicine and medical teams to Gaza to treat the wounded people, and said, “We are ready to accept the injured Palestinians in Iranian hospitals.”

On Tuesday, a large number of Iranian students and teachers joined a rally in front of the UN mission in Tehran to extend their full support for the Palestinians who have been under Israeli attacks for 16 consecutive days.

The marchers chanted “Down with israel”, as they were categorically condemning murder of Palestinian student Mohammad Abu Khadir.

The protesters also blasted silence of other countries on killing of innocent Palestinians, and called for Muslims’ unity to confront Israeli crimes.

“The Zionist occupying regime once again confirmed its barbarous nature with cruel killing of defenseless Gazans, especially women and children,” the protesters said in a statement.

Israel has been pounding the blockaded Gaza for 16 consecutive days, killing at least 670 people and injuring more than 3,700 others.

Source: Fars News

President Bashar al-Assad sworn in for a new term, addresses Syrians in milestone speech

Damascus, SANA – President Bashar al-Assad was sworn in Wednesday before the members of the People’s Assembly. Following the swearing-in ceremony, the President delivered a speech in which he first saluted the Syrian people.

Below is the full text of the President’s speech following the swearing-in ceremony: Honourable Syrians, Free Syrian Revolutionaries,

Three years and four months have passed since some declared, on your behalf: “The People want.”  Yes, The People wanted…. The People decided… The People took action.

A few years ago, some called for freedom – your response was to remain free in the age of subservience, to be masters in the age of slaves.  They patronised you with their calls for democracy – your response was to show your will in the most democratic manner possible and refuse foreign intervention in your national affairs; you chose your constitution, you chose your parliament, you chose your president.  Throughout, the decision was yours and your will has created our democracy.

They chanted: “The Syrian people are united” – your response was to face their storm of sedition, never allowing the winds of division to poison your hearts and minds; you were truly one people with one heart.

They preached: “They bow only before Allah” – your response was to never bow before their masters, to never surrender, to never give up.  You stood fast and held fast to your homeland, always believing in one God, a God who doesn’t share His powers with super-nations and who can never be substituted for oil or dollars.  And when they said; “Allahu Akbar” – God was greater than them and their supporters, because God is always on the side of justice and justice is on the side of the people.

During these years, whilst they were talking, you were doing; they sank in their illusions, whilst you made today a reality.  They called for a revolution and you rose to be the true revolutionaries; so, congratulations to you all on your revolution and your victories and congratulations to Syria for her great people and their steadfastness.

Congratulations to Syria whose people defied all forms of hegemony and aggression with all the means available to them: with their reason, their intellect and patriotic consciousness.  There are those who fought with weapons in their hands, others who fought by speaking the truth and others still who fought with their resilient hearts despite all the threats.

Congratulations to Syria whose people defied all forms of fear and terrorism and voted under fire in the referendum and the elections, thwarting the aggression, the aggressors and their machinery.  This steadfastness altered all expectations, circumstances and facts; positions changed, players withdrew, terminology dropped, alliances vanished, councils divided and other bodies disintegrated.  Many who were blinded to the truth, either out of ignorance or deception, regained their sense of direction.  True motives were revealed when their masks of freedom and revolution fell and they drove their fangs into Syrian flesh; killing, beheading and cannibalizing hearts and livers.  Every dirty trick was used; they left no perverse or deviant path untrodden.  And still they failed. Continue reading

What to reply to ‘Jewish Voice for Peace’ petition

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By MKERone (Co-Founder of CounterPsyOps)

Reply to send to all ignorants sending us emails asking to sign petitions made by former israelí soldiers or israelí citizens ‘asking to their government to stop bombing Gaza’

Screw all israelís. All of them with no exception.
The simple fact of living in israHell makes them all complicit of the killing of Palestinians.
What do they think ? How did they get the land ? By offering roses ? Or by ethnically cleansing Palestine ? 

So, coming with those petitions won’t redeem all their past crimes. 

If they want redemption, they should all leave the stolen lands. And go back to where they come from which is in majority eastern Europe. They’re not even semites. They’re descendants of the savage Khazars who converted to Judaism for political reasons. ( read the 13th tribe by Arthur koestler and ‎The Invention of the Jewish people by Shlomo Sand). They keep saying they’re going back to the holy land when they ain’t coming from it.

And if they don’t leave, be sure Resistance ‎will kick em out with a one way ticket to HELL ! Coz that’s where they belong.

Period.

Le Hamas disperse un rassemblement pro-syrien à Gaza

La police du Hamas a dispersé mardi, à Khanyounis, ville du sud de Gaza, des Palestiniens qui se sont rassemblés pour protester contre les récentes attaques israéliennes contre la Syrie.

La manifestation, non autorisée, a été organisée par le Front populaire pour la libération de la Palestine (FPLP). Selon des témoins, plusieurs manifestants ont été battus et quatre journalistes arrêtés par la police du Hamas.

Les manifestants, brandissant des drapeaux palestiniens et syriens, ont scandé des slogans rejetant “toute agression israélienne contre toute capitale arabe”.

Le Hamas a maintenu sa direction suprême à Damas pendant plusieurs années, avant de la déménger vers Doha au Qatar, à cause du conflit syrien, qui a éclaté en 2011.

Source: Maghreb émergent

Nasrallah: Iran Supports Palestine with No Expectation

“Iran has helped Palestine’s resistance (groups) for 30 years without any condition and has not expected even a simple appreciation. All what Iran wants is seeing Palestine retake its land and nothing more,” Nasrallah said on Sunday.

He further added that Lebanon stands by Iran in the Palestinian issue. “Therefore, we say that we stand beside you and move behind you for the sake of Palestine.”

Elsewhere, Nasrallah rejected allegations on disputes between Iran and the Palestinian resistance movement, Hamas, and said that there were some analyses that Hamas has preferred Arab countries, but not Iran, “but based on experiences we know that these are all hopes and wishes and are not real”.

“To all those who talked during the Gaza War about Hamas’ relations with Hezbollah and Iran, our relations with everyone are normal,” Middle-East Online quoted Nasrallah as saying.

“Iran did not interfere with the Palestinian resistance and its structure and decisions, it only offered support. It was only doing its duty for Gaza,” he said, adding, “Day after day, it is confirmed that Iran is an ally of Arabs and Muslims… and this was confirmed during the recent confrontation in Gaza and before that in Lebanon.”  Continue reading