Category Archives: Armed Struggle

Khaled Helbawy

الهلباوي و حماس .. بين التزكية والترقيع واحضان حمد    re3q   ‏السبت‏، 06‏ نيسان‏، 2013 أوقات الشام نمير سعد رغم إقتحام غير ملفات ومواضيع للذهن واحتجاجها و” ثورتها ” في ساحاته معلنةً أنها الأحق بالإهتمام والأولى بالمتابعة كونها مفصلية … Continue reading

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O Hamas guys …Hamas needs a revolution .. Vedio added

أيها الحمساويون الجدد..من يقتل الجنود السوريين سيقتل الجنود المصريين / نارام سرجون ‏الأربعاء‏، 20‏ آذار‏، 2013 أوقات الشام نارام سرجون كان لقاء القادة الفلسطينيين في السابق يعطيك شعورا أنك تجلس الى ثورة وعقل ثورة ولسان ثورة بالرغم من مثالب وأخطاء … Continue reading

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One Day In The Life Of A Palestinian NGO

Daniel Mabsout The Palestinian struggle has been neutralized and while the situation in the West Bank and Gaza is worsening drastically the means used to confront the situation have become very limited . In the West Bank- for example- the … Continue reading

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Come Join The Apartheid Show My Friend !

By Daniel Mabsout, Palestine has become an entertainment if you are not aware . The plight of the people , the suffering, the homelessness , the abuse , the violations , the massacres and the incarcerations, the shelling , the … Continue reading

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BDS , Boycott The Armed Struggle

by Daniel Mabsout, The birth of the Boycott movement that started the PCACBI happened at a crucial moment in year 2002 after Israel has been defeated and its vulnerability exposed due to losing the first war since its foundation. The … Continue reading

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By Daniel Mabsout,   The battle for Palestine is taking place in Syria, and it is Syria and the Syrians and the president of Syria and the Syrian National Army who are engaged right now in the battle for Palestine … Continue reading

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Resistance and the "Arab" March 14th Movements

Commenting on the the visit of a delegation from the March 14 to Gaza to congratulate the Palestinian people on the victory against “Israel” in the recent aggression, Sayed Nasrallah said “I felt great and this is a good thing, and I … Continue reading

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And finally we have retrieved Palestine !Thanks to Mahmoud Abbas and the UN and the International Community, the impossible has become possible and now we have finally a seat in the UN , not a real one, not as real … Continue reading

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Mohammed Abul-Haija: “All the Arab countries refused to host us, fearing the Israeli reaction. Only Syria welcomed us,”

Mohammed Abul-Haija: Believing in Armed Struggle Egyptian President Gamal Abdul-Nasser intervened in the negotiations for their release.  By: Anas Zarzar Published Monday, October 1, 2012   Palestinian freedom fighter Mohammed Abul-Haija has dedicated his life to the Palestinian cause, but … Continue reading

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” MI6’s Paul Conroy in Libya (in blue bulletproof vest) with, on the right, Al-Qaeda leaders Mahdi al-Harati (in black body armor) and Abdelhakim Belhaj (in camouflaged jacket).” Some say it started in Tunisia , some others say it started … Continue reading

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