Israel's war criminals that head the settler apartheid regime in Occupied Palestine are in all likelihood deeply disappointed at the way 2018 has ended.
It is good to learn that the people of Ghazzah were able to hold the Zionist invaders at bay forcing them to sue for peace. The Zionist war criminals do not want peace unless they see the odds stacked against them.
In late November 2018, students, led by the Palestine Solidarity Committee (PSC) at the University of Leeds, immediately mobilized to demonstrate as soon as they found out that Zionist war propagandist, Mark Regev, was visiting campus to speak. Regev has had an illustrious career in advocacy for Israeli escalation of ethnic cleansing, house demolitions, and ‘Israel Defense Forces’ (IDF) murderous wars against the Palestinians, especially in Gaza in recent years.
Zionist Israel has once again been taught a lesson, this time in Ghazzah that preponderance of weapons does not always translate into military victory. The Palestinian resistance in Ghazzah has proved this causing political turmoil in the Israeli snake pit.
The Zionists are terrified of Palestinian youth flying kites over Gaza. They have used missiles fired from drones as well as artillery fire against the youth flying kites.
There is something remarkable about the fortitude and resilience of the Palestinian people in resisting 70 years of a brutal Israeli occupation, one of the longest military occupations in history.
Jerusalem is not and has never been the capital of Israel—a temporary, illegal entity.
Killing unarmed Palestinians is routine for the Zionists, as is the unqualified support of Western regimes for such war crimes.
While Arabian rulers have been largely silent about the future of Jerusalem and Palestine, only Islamic Iran has taken the lead to mobilize Muslim public opinion.
As Palestinians commemorate NKBA (Catastrophe) that befell them 70 years when their land was stolen from them, dozens have been shot and killed by the Zionist occupation forces. Illegal Zionist squatters from Europe and North America storm the Holy precinct of Masjid al Aqsa. Palestinians are brutalized and humiliated on a daily basis. In this report, Nwabisa Sigaba of South Africa narrates her personal experiences of a visit to Occupied Palestine
Thank you for reporting on Ahed Tamimi’s courgeous struggle for freedom and justice. This young girl has exposed with stunning clarity the brutal nature of Zionist occupation and the deeply racist nature of its society.
Heroic 16-year-old offers hope for renewed Intifadah
Israeli firsters in the US have realized that their foolish policies have brought Turkey and Islamic Iran closer to each other. This is bound to strengthen the resistance front against Zionism and imperialism.
Ordinary Muslims have vigorously protested Trump’s Jerusalem move but some Muslim regimes, especially those in the Muslim East have sided with the enemies of Allah and His Prophet.
Donald Trump exposed Israel’s complete dependency on Washington and is weakening US imperialism, let the ignorance march on.
The plight of 1600 Palestinian hunger strikers held illegally in Israeli dungeons has deteriorated so much that it has even moved the lethargic UN human rights body to react.
The Zionists are continuing to create facts on the ground by a furious campaign of illegal settlements on lands stolen from the Palestinian people.
The Holy Sanctuary of Masjid al Aqsa that houses the Aqsa Mosque, Dome of the Rock and a number of Islamic madrassas is under attack again. Illegal Zionist squatters aided and abetted by the occupation army in violation of international law, have again barged into the compound on the pretext of offering "prayer". This is forbidden both under Jewish religious law as well as an agreement signed with the Jordanian regime in June 1967.1
The Palestinians suffered their Nakba (catastrophe) in May 1948 but it has not ended. Everyday is Nakba for the Palestinians under Zionist occupation.
There is a great deal of suffering in the world but the Palestinians cannot be forgotten because theirs is a story of unending tragedy writes Fatima Abu Ghada.