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Syrian army takes town near Damascus in blow to rebels

Syrian government forces backed by Lebanon's Hezbollah took control of a town just outside Damascus from Islamist fighters on Thursday, a blow to the rebels who had held it for more than a year.
Syrian state television broadcast showed government soldiers in the streets of Mleiha, which lies on the edge of the eastern Ghouta region near Damascus airport and had been surrounded by President Bashar al-Assad's forces. Buildings were damaged or reduced to rubble, and tanks

I pray that the Syrian Kurds stay loyal to their country of Syria and not join the forces of Iraq’s Barzani whose family have been collaborating with Israel for decades, betraying the Arabs within whose host countries they have lived in peace for hundreds of years. Be rest assured that Israel and its support for an independent Kurdistan is self serving and it will be Israel that really rules and dictates to the Kurdish people, not the Kurds themselves who like so many other ethnic groups are being used, manipulated to serve a Zionist Agenda for the Middle East which will be detrimental to all the Peoples of the region


Syrian Kurds, Not U.S. Military, Rescued Trapped Yazidis In Iraq

Brandon Turbeville
Activist Post
In a perfect example of how world events can be misconstrued in mainstream media outlets for propaganda purposes, recent reports regarding trapped Yazidis on Mt. Sinjar have been used as cover for the justification of an American bombing campaign in Iraq.
This tragedy, which is very real, has been presented to the American public as the reason that the U.S. military is engaging in “targeted airstrikes” in Iraq, despite the fact that the area where the airstrikes initially took place was Erbil, a “hub” for major international oil companies which is not “in the vicinity” of Mt. Sinjar.
Although some airstrikes did eventually take place near Mt. Sinjar, the truth is that the trapped Yazidis were used as an excuse for the American military to act as protection for oil fields and international oil interests...
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Date: Sun, Aug 10, 2014 at 4:02 PM
Oh the Humanity
During the Gulf War we destroyed Baghdad's sewage treatment facility and in the subsequent blockade refused to allow Iraq to import the necessary machinery to get it back online. The disease infused water that Iraqis were forced to drink as a result was a major factor in causing the more than 1.5 million Iraqi civilian deaths, 500,000 of them children under five…the ones that Madelene Albright felt '' was worth it '' when asked about it by Leslie Stalh's of Sixty minutes. Now suddenly the United States is showing a humanitarian concern for a few thousand refugees stranded on a mountainside in northern Iraq.
The Islamic World is undergoing a tectonic upheaval…to think we can impact events short of occupation by hundreds of thousands if not millions of troops is pure fantasy. If the current Iraqi government, that purportedly represents a nation of  some thirty million people can't muster a military force to repel an insurgent army of a mere 15 thousand then that government i.e. the one we support has some serious legitimacy problems.
Should we decide to take on ISIS, would not that put us on the same side as Iran and Assad's Syria?
Should we support Kurdish separatists whose territorial claims extend deep into Turkey a major US ally?
We are told that  ISIS is evil because they cut off the heads of their enemies…how many Palestinians have had their heads severed by Israeli weapons…weapons which the US supplies.
This is all pre planned to set the stage for breaking up Iraq and creating a Zionist  controlled KURDISTAN which is also why France is sending Arms  to provide the Kurds with the military means to fend off any Iraqi resistance to their usurping a part of ancient Iraq

Back In Iraq: We Only Want To Save You

New York, New York: Welcome back to Iraq -- complete with our ever present WMD's -- Weapons of Mass deception.
Suddenly, the country we never wanted to have to think about again is back in the news and on our military agenda. So, after a few denials that troops would not, never, and no way be sent, sure'nuff, U.S, boots are back on the ground, but to play a very different "mission."
Of course, it's not combat, assures Secretary of Defense Hagel who was wearing his tennis clothes when he met with GIs. That is, no doubt, why we are pounding that country with bombs again.
What an absolutely sickening article and the expressions/comments from these  dumb Egyptians is equally vile, cruel and sadly shows just how they have been indoctrinated by their ruling Elite, led by, not only a Jewish President  within their Military,[how many more are there?]but also by Zionist Egyptians who no doubt live very comfortably  and do not give a shit about their own people let alone turning their backs on their besieged neighbours next door whom these talking Presstitues and celebrities support Israel’s annihilation They prefer to be led by the Jewish Zionist mantra than by their Islamic and Arab brotherhood, and I am not referring to the Masonic Muslim Brotherhood that was ironically also in  cahoots with Israel and the West- after all they created by them to counter any rise of Arab Nationalism The connection between Hamas and the Muslim Brotherhood is one thing but to condemn to death an entire people to Israel’s Holocaust is not only unforgivable but also an insult to Muslim values, to the rope of Allah to the unity of not just righteous Muslims but all decent righteous Arabs.
Egyptians have always been Fickle and easily swayed, taken in by Zionist propagandists and their mouthpieces in Egypt who no doubt Israelis are applauding with such  sadistic and venomous delight at the ‘turn of the Egyptian Voice’ All they have done with their AL Sisi Tripe is disgrace themselves, cheapen their values as human beings.. Whining about their social position should be blamed squarely on their Zionist corrupt Rulers and not Gazans. Just who the hell are Egyptians to lecture Gazans on ‘Corruption’ when it has been RIFE in Egypt for decades as it is across the Arab world and beyond thanks mainly to Western influence and control! Go look in your own UGLY mirror Egypt before lecturing on corruption. Corruption in your Military, Government officials, Police, Judiciary and your civil service/Traders known for their dishonesty. Go look at your top Islamic Imam shaking hands with Shimon Peres!! You are lackeys of USSRAEL and ZIONISM, always pathetically bending over backwards to entertain Israeli Leaders and their filthy immoral murderous soldiers in Sharm El Shaikh- a  well known den of immorality with all its Israeli visitors and the embarrassing Egyptian subservants who have lost not only their religious Islamic values but also their dignity, honour and nationalism, joining other stupid Arabs and Muslim Leaders in the Zionist snakepit.
The goods that went through the Tunnels were paid for by Palestinians as well as outside pro Palestinian Charities. In fact the Egyptians stole a lot of the goods intended for Palestinians and in some cases even tried selling it back, it is alleged, to Palestinians at exorbitant prices.
Frome the time of Sadat, until now, Egypt succeeded in selling its Nation’s Soul to the Devil. May this relationship be short lived, for the sake of the morality and success of the Egyptian people. What a heart breaking article that equals the hatred of Israeli
.”[ I wonder just how much money these bastards, Presstitutes and the rich Elite, are getting for all the vomit they are spewing- fools one and all who cannot SEE they are being lied to and deceived not only by their JEWISH ZIONIST MOSSAD AGENT PRESIDENT AL SISI with his JEWISH MOROCCAN MOTHER and Uncle, but by Israel itself which must be killing itself with laughter at the disgraceful fickleness of Egyptians and their betrayal of Arabs. Egypt has done F* all for Palestinians under Mubarak ,  Morsi and now the JEW.
Egyptians are the DUMB ones, too blind to see how their Rulers were all being controlled and manipulated, bought for a few shekels more!! Guess DIRTY MONEY also talks amongst Egypt’s dumb ELITE, oh but perhaps, they are fully aware and are proud and happy to be associating themselves with the Devil and the Enemy of Islam and Arabs.
Not aware of Muslim Brotherhood’s MASONIC nature, deceiving ordinary Muslims; the Zionist nature of  the tyrant Mubarak and most of his corrupt Government and Judiciary which is a joke in itself. And now we have the last laugh- EGYPT supposedly electing a ZIONIST JEW, Mossad Agent as their ‘President’!! They cannot see beyond their own manipulated little world. I hope they pay a dear price for their betrayal. It appears all those who dies in the early days of the Egyptian ‘awakening ‘ was for nothing. Israel arranged to have Mubarak removed, got Egyptians to do that for them, then installed Morsi for a year, ensuring he would fail., whilst all along they were mentoring and grooming their Jew AL Sisi for the Presidency and the gullible fickle Egyptians fell for it, hook, line and sinker!! If you think you’ve had it bad with Mubarak, you wait until you have Israel giving all the orders to your Jewish President, the compliant Mossad Agent who has succeeded in deceiving the people of Egypt. And look at Mubarak now claiming he had nothing to do with all those that died under his presidency- he now blames all the deaths on Egypt's new boogeymen, the used Muslim Brotherhood who are now paying the ultimate price for their collusion with Israel and Western Masonic movements that  no longer need tem now- dispensable 'Muslims'. which will also follow those Takfiri idiots, once they too have fully served their murderous purpose- a favourite tactic of Zionists.
They blabber they only want Egyptians in the Egyptian military, well then why have they got a Moroccan Jew in their Army as  a top general and now President.
One last important point, if Egyptians feel such hatred for Palestinians, then why the hell are they being the ‘chosen’ mediators in the farcical ceasefire- why the hell is Hamas even dealing with Egypt when they have  such venom for them. All these jounalists hav shown what low lifes they truly are, lacking dignity, mercy and compassion. Vile fickle creatures that are in good company with the likes of Israelis.
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Published on Thursday, 07 August 2014 21:33 | Written by Rana Harbi |
[Palestinians wait next to their luggage, hoping to be given the permission to cross into Egypt at the Rafah crossing between Egypt and the southern Gaza Strip on July 12, 2014. (Photo: AFP-Said Khatib)
 Right across Egypt’s Rafah border crossing, civilians in Gaza are facing yet another heinous Israeli military offensive that started on July 8 and has so far claimed the lives of over 265 Palestinians and left a further 2,000 injured. While the hostile political and military stance against Hamas in Egypt is of no surprise, anti-Hamas and anti-Palestinian sentiments have recently emerged among Egypt’s populace and different media outlets.
“We recently depicted feelings of antipathy and hostility towards Hamas and Gaza in the Egyptian society,” - Hossam al-Hamalawy, Egyptian journalist
Since the Egyptian military ousted former Muslim Brotherhood President Mohammed Morsi in July 2013, a punitive campaign against Hamas, the ruling party in the Gaza Strip, has been escalating on the governmental, military, judicial and media level. As a result, Egyptian fervor for the Palestinian cause has subsided.
Political and social activists are hence finding it challenging to convince the public to participate in solidarity movements amid the hate campaign that has enforced a collective punishment against the Palestinians by branding them all as criminals.
We recently depicted feelings of antipathy and hostility towards Hamas and Gaza in the Egyptian society,” Hossam al-Hamalawy, an Egyptian journalist, social activist and member of the Revolutionary Socialists and the Center for Socialist Studies told Al-Akhbar. “The support of Palestinians has dramatically waned and the Egyptian silence in the face of Israel’s latest offensive is expected amid an unprecedented and coordinated media smear campaign against Hamas.”
“Thank you, Netanyahu”
“True, there are still many Egyptians and Arabs who sympathize with Hamas, mainly because it is being targeted by Israel. But over the past week, there are also different voices coming out of Egypt and some other Arab countries -- voices that publicly support the Israeli military operation against the Islamist movement in the Gaza Strip,” Israeli writer Khaled Abu Toameh wrote in an article titled “Egyptians hoping Israel destroys Hamas.”
Similarly, Roi Kais wrote in the Israeli Ynet news that, “it has become evident that alongside the standard criticism of Israel, Hamas, which has in recent years lost face among the Arab public, has also been taking quite a bit of fire.”
A steadily intensifying anti-Hamas campaign has been adopted by some of Egypt’s state-owned and private media since the beginning of the Israeli assault on the Gaza Strip. Even though the media has been already fueling anti-Hamas rhetoric for the past year, the recent negative discourse not only targeted Hamas but Palestinians in general.
Egypt’s cable channel CBC, owned by Mohammed al-Amin who had close links to the former Hosni Mubarak regime and to the current Sisi regime, wrote on its official page on Facebook that “Israeli air force bombarded 12 terrorist sites in Gaza,” deeming targeted civilian neighborhood as “terror sites.” CBC, ranked second in Egypt in terms of viewership, later apologized for the “mistake” after many lashed out against it on social media.
Azza Sami, deputy editor of the state-affiliated Egyptian Al-Ahram newspaper tweeted: “Thank you (Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin) Netanyahu and may God give us more [people] like you to destroy Hamas, the base of corruption and treachery.”
 Even though the media has been already fueling anti-Hamas rhetoric for the past year, the recent negative discourse not only targeted Hamas but Palestinians in general. Sami went on to say that she “loves her country and hates Hamas” and she then thanked “not only Netanyahu but any person who wipes Hamas out of existence.” In response to the people who attacked her she said “there is a Hamas campaign against all those who speak about their [Hamas’] stupidity and idiocy. I’m proud to be one of those.”
 Similarly, Hayat al-Dardiri, a TV presenter of Egypt Today told her viewers that “the Egyptian people know exactly who they are facing, and understand that there is no alternative to employing the Egyptian army to strike terror cells in Gaza and destroy Hamas in a military operation. We will never forget what Hamas did.”
More shocking statements were made by Toufic Akasha, the owner of the pro-Sisi Faraeen TV channel, who attacked Hamas and Gazans by hoping that “Hamas and Hamas’ men go to hell.” He then said that “Gazans must rebel against Hamas today. If they don’t, then they deserve to be bombed. If Gazans revolt against Hamas, Israel will stop bombing them and the Egyptian army would support them militarily to eliminate this terror movement.”
In another talk show Akasha justified the Israeli assault on Gaza by saying that “Hamas provoked the Israelis by abducting the three Israeli civilians. Israel merely retaliated.” Likewise, Ousama Mounir, a TV presenter, said that “Al-Qassam Brigades are to be blamed for the Palestinian deaths.”
Moreover, many voices condemned the brief opening of Rafah border crossing last week.
Egyptian journalist and activist Wael Eskandar told Al-Akhbar that “the Egyptian army and state are not being demonized for closing the border, not allowing aid to Gaza and forbidding Palestinians from seeking shelter and treatment in Egypt.”
In his opinion the media is helping the army “legitimize the siege on the Gaza Strip.”
Former MP Mohammed Abu Hamed wrote on his twitter account that “Egypt should treat Palestinians at the terminal and not allow them in."
While Al-Bashayer newspaper responded to the Egyptian Defense Minister Sedki Sobhi’s decision to dispatch 500 tons of food and medical aid to the Palestinians in the Gaza Strip by saying that “the standard of living for a Gazan citizen is much higher than that of an Egyptian citizen. The poor in Egypt are more in need than the poor in the Gaza Strip. Let Qatar spend as much as it wants on the Gaza Strip. We should not send anything that Egyptians are in need of.”
The state-media not only sided with Israel but also attacked and oppressed those who dared to comment on Gaza’s humanitarian tragedy.
Amr Adeeb, prominent journalist and TV presenter of Cairo Today who is known for his opposition to the Muslim Brotherhood, was told by many enraged Egyptians to “shut up” after he called on Sisi to intervene for the sake of Gaza’s residents and open the Rafah crossing.
Adeeb was labeled by the public as “a Hamas affiliated terrorist,” even though Adeeb had said in the past that “Palestinians deserve to be killed and I salute the Israeli leadership.” One of those who criticized Adeeb was Amany al-Khayat, Egyptian TV presenter.
Al-Khayat said that the war on Gaza is just a “joke” claiming that Hamas is playing the role of the victim so that Egypt opens the Rafah border crossing and they can then “smuggle weapons in and out.”
“Close the crossing!! Don’t let them in!!” she declared. Why don’t Israeli air forces bomb Hamas’s terror sites? Israel knows them very well. Why do they only bomb civilians? implying that Hamas and Israel are working together under the table.
“It is disgraceful that some Egyptians are publicly supporting the Israeli aggression on the Gaza Strip,” Egyptian university student and social activist Mohammed Hasan told Al-Akhbar. “For many, Hamas replaced Israel as the country’s enemy.”
In addition, Jaber al-Qirmaty, another TV presenter, also criticized those who demanded the Egyptian military help the residents of Gaza by asking them “where were you all when Hamas was targeting the Egyptian army in Sinai for months? … The Egyptian army is for the Egyptians only. His duty is to protect Egypt’s borders only.” Likewise, journalist Mustafa Shardi said that the Palestinians should not expect the Egyptians to give more than what they have already given.
“Egypt should treat Palestinians at the terminal and not allow them in." - former MP Mohammed Abu Hamed “No Arab country has done for the Palestinians as Egypt has. Why doesn’t Hamas go to [Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip] Erdogan? Where is Erdogan when you need him? Why is he silent? If he opens his mouth they [Israel and the US] will hit him with a shoe. Hamas should apologize for the 1000 tunnels that were used to smuggle the resources of Egypt.”
 Furthermore, several TV personalities portrayed Hamas as more “evil” than Israel. Egyptian journalist Gamal Fahmy said that “the Israeli occupation is better than the rule of Hamas in Gaza.”
Whereas, TV presenter Ahmad Moussa said that Hamas and al-Qassam Brigadesare not our brothers, neither Muslims, they are the enemy...strike every place in Gaza, it is the right of our children.” He even attacked those who want to cross into Egypt for medical reasons by sayingwe don’t want anyone of them, those who are dying, let them die there
While such hatred against Hamas made many Egyptians distrust Palestinians, others have not been influenced by the media frenzy and consider it to be in line with a planned and systematic campaign spearheaded by both the Egyptian media and the government against Hamas.
Hatred against Hamas has turned into a justification for the deadly blows delivered by Israelis against Palestinians in Gaza,” Eskandar said. “Egyptians who are in support of the Palestinians are unable to voice their support since there is strong dominance by the security apparatus over media and also public space.”
Political rupture: Palestinians are ‘terrorists’
According to Israeli media, Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, the former military chief who last year led the ouster of Morsi, is trying to stand by his administration’s ongoing battle against Hamas and other Islamic groups in the Sinai Peninsula without bluntly taking a position that favors Israel over Palestine in the recent Israeli assault on Gaza.
Ever since Morsi’s ouster, Egypt’s military has raged a war against Hamas whom they accused of working in tandem with the Brotherhood to destabilize the state, by facilitating terrorist attacks against Egyptian civilians and soldiers and harboring al-Qaeda linked militant groups based in the North Sinai Peninsula. The government also accuses Hamas of being behind the prison break that had set hundreds of Brotherhood members who were imprisoned under Mubarak free.
Consequently, Egypt’s new military government decided to conduct an intensive “counterterrorism campaign” in the Sinai Peninsula. Hundreds of the smuggling tunnels along the border between the Gaza Strip and Egypt were demolished and access through the Rafah crossing terminal, Gaza's only gateway to the world that is not controlled by Israel, was severely restricted.
“Closing Rafah has pushed an already dire humanitarian situation in the under-attack besieged Strip to its utter limits,” Hassan said. “Gazans are not terrorists. The state and the media are justifying the closure of the Rafah crossing by portraying all Gazans as terrorists who impose a threat to ‘Egypt’s national security.’ We are participating in this war, in this genocide.”
 “The state has been cracking down on journalists, activists and human rights defenders locally to achieve hegemony over every narrative and the Palestinian cause is no exception,” - Wael Eskandar The anti-Palestine campaign undoubtedly played a crucial role in radicalizing Egyptian consciousness, however many of those who are neither influenced by the media nor the state are still choosing not to participate in any demonstrations in solidarity with Palestine because of the new protest law.
 “Amidst a wave of repression against protesters, many Egyptians are hesitant to take part in any solidarity movements,” al-Hamalawy stated. “The crackdown on protests succeeded in instilling fear among those who still feel passionate about the Palestinian cause.”
The protest law fully criminalizes demonstrators’ use of sit-ins and violators could face up to five years in prison. The law also grants security forces complete discretion to ban protests or disperse them using excessive and lethal force. [Protest Laws are typically a Zionist Agenda which is being used in the West to silence dissent- NSA etc as we see inBahrain and France]
“The state has been cracking down on journalists, activists and human rights defenders locally to achieve hegemony over every narrative and the Palestinian cause is no exception,” Eskandar added. “The current protest law in place, as well as the indiscriminate arrests and state security threats to dissidents in the public sphere, has inhibited the ability of opposition to challenge state narrative.”
Nevertheless, some Egyptian activists chose to defy the protest law and take the streets in solidarity with Gaza.
“A rally in front of the Egyptian Journalists’ Union in central Cairo triggered a spontaneous march last Sunday,” al-Hamalawy said. “Unfortunately, security forces quelled the rally and clashed with the protestors.”
Also, The Popular Campaign to Support the Palestinian People has decided to prepare a popular aid convoy headed to the Gaza strip on Thursday in support of the Palestinian people.
“The campaign has communicated with the people of Gaza and we have attained a list of the urgent needs,” the Popular Campaign to Support the Palestinian People said on its Facebook page.
However, the limited gatherings and initiatives taking place here and there are very subdued in comparison to past years, when thousands of protesters would not only occupy major squares but were also driven by their anger to break down the barriers between Egypt and Gaza.
“The right to peaceful protest is one of the most important gains of the revolution but it has been taken away from us,” Hassan explained. “We now need a permit to protest and an authorization for-a pro Palestine demonstration isn’t easy, if not impossible, to obtain.”
In 2008, a group of Palestinians blew up the wall separating the Egyptian Rafah side from the Palestinian side. Thousands of Palestinians streamed into Sinai and were welcomed by the Egyptian people before the Egyptian authorities took control and closed the border.
Then in 2011, thousands of Egyptians streamed to Tahrir square to support Palestine and to commemorate the Nakba. And in 2012, about 500 Egyptian activists crossed into Gaza to deliver medical supplies and show support for Palestinians who were facing an Israeli offensive at the time, and thousands gathered in Egyptian cities to protest against Israeli air strikes on the Gaza Strip.
"If people in Egypt today are too scared to protest against poverty, price hikes and low standards of living do you think they will protest in solidarity with Gaza?" al-Hamalawy concluded.   
And the truth shall set you free
Who exactly is General Abdel Fattah el-Sisi? Born to a Moroccan Jewish mother, his maternal uncle was a member of David Ben Gurion’s political party. How did this Sephardi sleeper stay within the loop without being exposed for so long and rising to the top spot in the military?
In the second half of August 2013 (Shawwal 1434ah) the Egypt of Shaykh Muhammad ‘Abduh, Imam Hasan al-Banna, al-Shahid Sayyid Qutb, Shaykh Mahmud Shaltut, the Egypt of al-Azhar University, and the Egypt of concentric Arab-African-Islamic circles is being torched. It is the same Egypt that had stood for independence and support of their Algerian brothers against French colonialism, their Arabian brothers against Saudi reactionism, and their Palestinian brothers against Israeli occupation.
On Wednesday, August 14 and again on Friday August 16 hundreds (according to other reports, thousands) of Egyptians were mowed down or mangled by a military force that takes its orders from Washington and Tel Aviv. From Cairo to Alexandria to al-Giza to al-Minya to Suez and all the provinces in between and beyond in the Land of the Nile, masjids, churches, government buildings, public service facilities and whatever else was within range, came under a torrent of firearms and firepower that left the average Egyptian in a daze as to why all hell broke loose in Egypt so fast and so soon!’
September, 2013
Who exactly is General Abdel Fattah el-Sisi?
Born to a Moroccan Jewish mother, his maternal uncle was a member of David Ben Gurion’s political party. How did this Sephardi sleeper stay within the loop without being exposed for so long and rising to the top spot in the military?
This brings us to an issue that has been whispered inside the Egyptian household with no one providing an answer. The question is: who is General ‘Abd al-Fattah al-Sisi? Some Israeli press reports equate him with Jamal ‘Abd al-Nasir! Other news items about him tell us he was the intelligence officer who was liaising with his Israeli counterparts during the Mubarak era.

Our sources in Egypt who are well connected provide us with some startling information. To begin with, Egypt has had its own traitors and turncoats. One recent one was Yusuf Butros Ghali. He may have been the point man who reported all Egyptian internal secrets to his imperialist and Zionist connections. The infamous Elie Cohen [aka Kamal Amin Thabet] who did his outstanding espionage work in Ba‘thist Syria during the 1950s and 1960s and who was caught in his espionage act and hanged in a public square in Damascus was a Yahudi Egyptian. When the Israeli political-military establishment ceases to exist we will discover many more spies and agents whose loyalty was to Tel Aviv and Washington, and not to Cairo. Mr. Yusuf Wali, former minister of agriculture, was accused of causing cancer to Egyptian consumers because of his agriculture policies; and when asked about his origin: is it a Yahudi one, he answered, “Al-Islamu yajubbu ma qablahu: Islam cancels all that preceded it.” A fine way to wiggle out of a direct question.

But who is this al-Sisi? At least one American news report wants us to believe he is an “Islamist” — but a moderate one! There are murmurs and rumors in Egypt about al-Sisi’s mother. Who is she? And the available answers are that she is a Moroccan Jewess.
In normal circumstances there would be nothing wrong with being Moroccan or Jewish. But we are not dealing with normal circumstances. Someone whose mother is Moroccan and Jewish and then becomes Egypt’s Minister of Defense, and now the ultimate authority, raises serious questions. Add to that the favorable press he is receiving in Israel and we have exclamation marks hugging question marks all over our mind and psyche.

This coup leader, illegitimate ruler, and arbitrary chief executive and commander for the last two months, and before that the Defense Minister — who is he? This Mr. al-Sisi has been complicit with the Israelis in killing innocent people in the Sinai Peninsula. Our source in Egypt who is very active politically and very well versed on Egyptian matters investigated al-Sisi’s family lineage. And what he came up with is that there is reason to believe that al-Sisi is a crypto-Muslim.

For those interested (that is, if the information has not been deleted by the time you read this article) refer to a Moroccan on-line site called Hispress. On that site there is an attempted answer to a question raised by some quarters pertaining to the origin of General ‘Abd al-Fattah al-Sisi’s mother. And the answer was that his mother hails from Moroccan Jews in the city of Asefi. The on-line site divulges the mother’s name as Malikah Titani; she married in 1953 and acquired Egyptian citizenship in 1958. She relinquished her Moroccan citizenship to make it possible for al-Sisi to be admitted to the (Egyptian) Military Academy in 1973.

We are told that ‘Uri Sibagh or Sabbagh, the maternal uncle of General al-Sisi, was born in Asefi, Morocco. He studied at an institution in Casablanca; he also lived in the city of Marrakesh. He joined the underground Jewish Defense League (Hamagein) from 1948–1950. These types of news items are found in the Algerian newspaper al-Watan and many other electronic sites. We learn from them that the Sibagh or Sabbagh family joined the (Israeli) Mapai Party in 1951 and some made it all the way to its central committee in 1959. ‘Uri Sabbagh worked as a professional instructor in Bi’r al-Sab‘ (Beersheba) from 1957–1963. He worked as a supervisor of professional teaching from 1963–1968. From 1968–1981 he was secretary of the (Israeli) Labor Party in Beersheba. And from 1974 to 1982 he was a member of the Histadrut Coordination Committee.

The name of the maternal uncle of General al-Sisi is listed in the registrar of the 10th Knesset as member of the ruling party at that time, Mapai, the founding party of the Israeli nation-state headed at the time by Ben Gurion. Further information about al-Sisi’s uncle can be obtained from the Knesset archives. By the time Sisi’s mother Malikah got married in 1953, her brother (al-Sisi’s maternal uncle) had made his ‘aliyah to Israel two years earlier (1951). So when General al-Sisi was born his maternal uncle was not only a Yahudi, he was also an Israeli belonging to the ruling party, after having polished his credentials as a member of Zionist organization(s) in Morocco.

Al-Sisi’s mother gave up her Moroccan citizenship in 1973 so that her son could be admitted to the Egyptian Military Academy from which he graduated in 1977. General al-Sisi has not responded yet to this whisper campaign in Egypt. He may come out saying that Malikah is not his mother. Or that Malikah is his mother but she is not a Jewess, and ‘Uri Sabbagh is not his maternal uncle. Or that Malikah is his mother and that she is Jewish but that ‘Uri Sabbagh is not her brother. In such circumstances General al-Sisi should produce his birth certificate, the birth certificate of his mother, the names of his aunts and their religion. Once this information is made public we will be happy to abide by the facts. The father of General al-Sisi is yet another story to be told. It is said his roots go back to the land of Sis which is a province of Armenia. His (Armenian) family settled in Manufiyah, Egypt.

This is the information provided by an Egyptian Islamic insider. With all the bloodletting and social upheaval in Egypt it will be very hard to convince the easy-going and peace-loving Egyptians that it is one of them who is bringing the Egyptian household down on its occupants — with blood flowing in the streets and with cries of innocent victims soliciting the mercy of the Almighty in heaven. What is now a whispering-campaign inside the Egyptian populace may become a roar for justice if the current butchers of Egypt do not come clean. And the Prophet (pbuh) said, “Ittaqu da‘wata al-mazlum, fa-innahu laysa baynahu wa-bayna Allahi hijab: Avoid the plea of the victim, because between him and Allah there is no barrier.”
Life without liberty is like a body without a spirit
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Kevin Barrett postulates on role of Saudis in 9/11 - Patsies

In 2001 Saudi Arabia allowed the CIA to borrow fifteen Saudi intelligence assets and bring them to the US on “snitch visas” – special visas used to reward Saudi CIA assets with a trip to America. These fifteen young men, some from the Kingdom’s leading families, were shadowed, impersonated, and in some cases apparently replaced by doubles. (The pork-chop-loving “Mohammed Atta” in Florida was a fluent speaker of Hebrew according to his stripper girlfriend Amanda Keller.)
The Israeli Mossad appears to have been responsible for surveilling and setting up the 19 patsies, 15 of them Saudis, who would be blamed for 9/11; reports by journalists Christopher Ketcham and Justin Raimondo, and an investigative report by Carl Cameron of Fox News, revealed that Israel mounted the biggest spy operation ever against the US as it surveilled (or “ran”) the 9/11 hijacker-patsies. Hundreds of 9/11-related Israel spies were arrested; all were quickly released on orders from above.
The Yinon Plan and the role of the ISIS        
Sultana Afroz
LIVE messages and pictures of Sunni ISIS fighters dressed in Islamic attire circulated through social media network such as You Tube ostensibly authenticate the hostile agenda of the ISIS fighters to dismember Iraq by carving out a Sunni Islamic Caliphate stretching from Syria to the western Sunni heartlands in Anbar Province in Iraq. The usage of the state seal of the Prophet Muhammad (SAW) on the ISIS flag as well for its Coat of Arms seemingly validates that ISIS are Sunni fighters.
The rapid march of the ISIS towards Baghdad and its swift takeover of Mosul and Tikrit, and Baiji oil refinery, Fallujah and Ramadi in the Anbar Province, and seizure of border crossings into Syria and Jordan are presented by political analysts as a “civil war” fought along sectarian lines, Sunni Arabs versus Shiia Arabs. Added to this is the ethnically different Iraqi Kurds who have enjoyed semi-independence under the US patronage and are now on the verge of declaring complete independence from Baghdad.
Through the powerful lenses of the Western media houses, the global village watch with horror and agony the unfolding blitzkrieg in Iraq carried out by ISIS fighters calling for the creation of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria also referred to as the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (the Levant). The picture thus being unfolded to the world is that Iraq is on the verge of being divided into three small states: Sunni Iraq, Shiia Iraq and an independent Kurdistan.
Similar to the deceptive US-UK call for the invasion of Iraq on grounds of Iraq possessing weapons of mass destruction, western media reporters are now engaged in misleading and deceiving global public opinion as to the real perpetrators of this ISIS project. Like the western manufactured “Arab Spring” in North Africa, the ISIS project is a deception at its worst designed with hateful intentions to cause horrendous regional mayhem and destruction with military might for the creation of a “New Middle East” with Israel as the regional power in control of the region's oil, gas and water resources.
The present ISIS lightning war in Iraq is the creation of an illusion to initiate the fulfillment of a pre-planned agenda of the West in close alliance with Israel to redraw the map of the entire region as the “New Middle East.” This is the Yinon Plan at work, which aims at the balkanisation of the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) Region into smaller and weaker entities or states in order to ensure the dominant position of Israel in the region and the control of its oil, gas and water resources by the US-Israel nexus. In the process of balkanisation, the facets of ethnicity, religion and race from within the region are engaged for destruction, causing alarm for the UN and international military intervention to “protect innocent civilians,” thus paving the way for the ultimate achievement of the designed goals of creating the “New Middle East.”
The chaos, destruction and devastation caused by the ISIS in its process of establishing the Sunni Islamic Caliphate in Iraqi and Syrian territories is the realisation of the intended policy of the US and the West to change public perception that the “War on Terror” was never a war waged by the West against Islam but a “war within Islam” along religious, ethnic and sectarian lines in the Islamic world. The Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham's Sunni Caliphate project coincides with a longstanding US agenda to carve up both Iraq and Syria into three separate territories: A Sunni Islamist Caliphate, an Arab Shiia Republic, and a Republic of Kurdistan.
The division of Iraq into three separate entities had also been strongly advocated by US Vice-President Joe Biden. Biden's heritage and an analysis of his electoral constituents will help understand better his support for the fragmentation of Iraq under the Yinon Plan.
Iraq, which was not only the most mechanised and urbanised state in the Middle East, possessing the largest oil reserve in the Middle East (tapped and untapped), but also cohesively united as a state with diverse ethno-linguistics and sectarian groups was the biggest strategic challenge to the plotters of this balkanisation plan.
The destruction of Iraq began from within the region with Iran as the adversary. The eight-year war between Iraq and Iran left both the oil rich countries economically exhausted and militarily weak. In order to thwart the Khomeini Revolution, Iran, to the proponents of the Yinon Plan, became the logical choice from within the Middle East region to fight against Iraq. Although Iraq has been represented to the world as a Shiite-majority state, Sunni Iraqis form the majority since the Kurds in Iraq are also Sunnis. The existence of the two major ethno-linguistics groups, the Arabs and the Kurds and the two major sectarian groups within the Islamic faith, the Sunni and the Shiia in Iraq allowed the balkanisation planners to foment tensions leading to total disintegration of the social fabric of the Iraqi society since  the US-UK led invasion in 2003.
Prior to the invasion, Iraq enjoyed a 50-50 Shiia-Sunni marital alliance and the Kurds enjoyed autonomous power within the Iraqi state under President Saddam Hussein's leadership. The no-fly zones imposed by the West in northern Kurd Iraq and southern Shiia-held regions between 1993 and 2003, following the first Gulf War solidified the lines of demarcation for the impending three divisions of Iraq to be finally carried out by the ISIS. The intentions of the US-Israel nexus for the implementation of the Yinon Plan was clear to Saddam's regime before the impending US-UK led invasion of Iraq in 2003 as expressed by the former Prime Minister of Iraq, Tariq Aziz: “This is not regime change but regional change.”
The writer has taught at the University of the West Indies, Mona Campus, Jamaica.
THE HAGUE, Netherlands (JTA) — A senior employee of the Dutch Justice Ministry said the jihadist group ISIS was created by Zionists seeking to give Islam a bad reputation.
Yasmina Haifi, a project leader at the ministry’s National Cyber Security Center, made the assertion Wednesday on Twitter, the De Telegraaf daily reported.
“ISIS has nothing to do with Islam. It’s part of a plan by Zionists who are deliberately trying to blacken Islam’s name,” wrote Haifi, who described herself on the social network LinkedIn as an activist for the Dutch Labor Party, or PvdA.
Haifi later removed her original message, explaining, “I realize the political sensitivity in connection with my work. That was not my intention.”
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Iraq’s Nouri al-Maliki has announced his resignation from the post of Prime Minister of the embattled state in a speech on state television. He said that he supported his nominated replacement in the post, Haider al-Abadi.
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