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 No.1745403[Last 50 Posts]

dal fiume al mare
Palestina sarà libera
🚨 Live Happenings/Updates 🚨

• Al-Jazeera: https://www.aljazeera.com/news/liveblog/2023/12/9/israel-hamas-war-live-us-veto-of-un-ceasefire-effort-draws-condemnation

•Middle East Eye: https://www.middleeasteye.net/israel-palestine-hamas-war-gaza-live-invasion

•The Guardian: https://www.theguardian.com/world/2023/dec/09/civilian-toll-israeli-airstrikes-gaza-unprecedented-killing-study

•Times of Israel: https://www.timesofisrael.com/liveblog-december-9-2023/ (trigger warning)


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From the UK, single issue long time Palestinian investigative and general reporting, critical source

From the USA

Regional news from an anti-imperialist perspective

Premier Human Rights org

Left news and opinion webzine from Tel-Aviv

Israeli Investagative Reporting

A collection of resources for organizers and anyone who wants to learn more about Palestine

Known anti-zionist academic Norman Finkelstein's blog



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(This includes blatantly obvious concern failtrolling/fedposting, painfully unfunny/nuclear misanthropic autism [ie. /pol/] and derailing/hyper sectarian schizophrenia)

Always remember to double-check your sources, as well as provide access to it.

الله أكبر
يا عمال العالم ويا شعوبه المضطهدة، اتحدوا!


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First for peace among nations


A mistake


Second for nothing is going to happen. Besides maybe 2-3+ times the number of dead Palestinians.


Peace among no nations, anon




wtf based Israeli politician?


Sorry to to ask a dumb question and there are dumb questions. Did any US Navy ships actually get hit?


Anyone notice all this Palestine porn spam everywhere? I've been seeing it on a bunch of sites. Videos of supposedly pro-Palestine stuff mixed with hardcore fetish porn. Are the Jews making this stuff?



So let's circle our horses for a second.

Hamas and the resistance are still alive and well

Israel is losing the war, and losing face, and hemorrhaging money. Now they are suicidal and want to try to take on Lebanon.

The periphery nations and specifically the Arab and Muslim worlds are galvanized over this and pursuing charges in the ICJ and all other means of legal recourse and support, making full use of the international institutions they and we can effect.

The west is facing diplomatic pressure, cultural pressure on an international level, military pressure and armed resistance, and have now gone mask off.

The imperialist west and pissrael are going all in, but they cannot win against a people like this.

Yes, they are still committing war crimes and sinking further into depravity every day, but that is only sustainable for so long.


I hope this guy has good security. I fear. yitak Rabin was killed by a radical zionist type.


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>if the US launches "retaliation" strikes against Iran then Iran is going to wipe out the US military bases in the region
>Iran has a strategic defense agreement with Russia
>we're looking at the potential for mass casualty events in Israel beyond anything they've seen in their 75 year history
>if any attacks are launched from bases in Saudi Arabia or Qatar Iran will wipe them out
>whatever air defenses the US has aren't going to be enough


No Arab or Muslim country is pursuing charges against Israel at the ICJ. Its only South Africa. A few have filed in support of SA's case but most haven't because they are either client states of America or Russia and actively hate their own populations.


That's precisely why ot will be a fizzler. It's not worth it for any of the big players to make a move against another big player.


Nothing will happen. They'll hit a few militia positions in Iraq. Genocide will continue. Joe's got an election to lose.


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I dunno, the democrats are basically republicans at this point, and looking "weak" is just as bad for them. Biden already withdrew from Afghanistan, is losing in Ukraine, can't stop the Houthis, and seems to be planning to ditch Syria and Iraq. Painting every force opposed to the US in the region as "Iran-backed" is meant to either provide the justification for attacking them or put pressure on Iran to keep a lid on them in order to avoid the blame. So every attack like this that the US doesn't respond to is now a W handed to Iran on a silver platter.

There's also a lot of native pressure in the US government to attack Iran that has been simmering for decades, as well as pressure from Israel as well, both of which have only intensified since this recent stage of the conflict started.

Not attacking Iran and avoiding escalation would be objectively the smart thing to do, but these are the same people that thought that Russia was just a gas station with nukes, that are responsible for the past 25 years of L after L after L for the American empire. They are cut off from reality and literally never learn.


Billions could be dying and fizzle cucks will still be at it


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Getting a dub from the fizzle-tards isn't even fun anymore. It's just sad.


You only need one, I don't think it would do much to open a second case for the same thing. They are probably working together behind the scenes with Russia and Saudi Arabia and chose South Africa to represent the BRICS position to appear unbaised and now as a counterwieght to Germany and the EUs unhinged position with their shared history of being perpetrators, and possibly to enhance the perception of the ANC against the EFF in upcoming elections. Muslim countries probably have some kind of deal regarding the Belt and Road that they are trying not to blow up and it would be way easier for the west to paint them as motivated by racist antisemitism when compared to the country that actually ended apartheid.


Stick out your gyat for the fizzzler
your so sizzley
i just wanna be your palestine
show me your donbass


Muslim countries are overwhelmingly puppet states, mostly allied with Washington so no matter what they'll ultimately side with the US. Looks like SA brought the case against Israel of their own initiative with the support of Ireland. Russia likes keeping the US occupied but their own relationship with Israel is more complicated and multiple oligarchs have business connections with the Likud. Iran probably avoided it because they're considered a rouge state and have a poor track record at the UN anyway. It would be shot down as Islamic fundamentalism or something. China probably behaved likewise and didn't want to make an aggressive move that would be interpreted as power politics, though the very fact that bringing a case before the world court is considered diplomatically aggressive shows you just how unhinged and powerful the US and EU are.

BTW the US has a name for when activists use international law against them. They call it "lawfare" no joke.


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broke: fizzle gang
woke; sizzle gang
bespoke: rizzle gang


Mujahideen Brigades:
Within 24 hours, our fighters carried out the following military operations:
Bombarding gatherings of zionist forces in east Al-Bureij with several short-range rockets.
Targeting a zionist D9 bulldozer west of Gaza City with an RPG shell and hitting it directly.
Our fighters bombarded the “Nahal Oz” settlement with a barrage of rockets today.
Engaging in fierce clashes with zionist enemy forces around the Al-Jawazat area in west Gaza City with appropriate and varied weapons, achieving direct hits on the enemy forces.


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Hezbollah actions 01/30/24:

Eastern Sector:
13:15: the Islamic Resistance's sniper unit targeted spying equipment opposite the village of Wazani and hit it directly.
20:10: a building where "israeli" soldiers were positioned in the Metula settlement was targeted and hit directly as a response to the zionist aggressions on villages and civilian homes, the latest in the town of Al-Khiam.

Western Sector:
11:35: a gathering of "israeli" soldiers around the Hadab Yarin site was targeted with missile weapons and hit directly.
18:03: a gathering of "israeli" soldiers at Hadab Aita was targeted with rocket weapons and hit directly.
20:50: the Dhuhaira site was targeted with a Burkan missile and hit directly.


30 bodies left in plastic body bags were discovered in the Khalifa bin Zayed school in Beit Lahia in the northern Gaza Strip following IOF withdrawal.
All 30 people were executed by the IOF, with their hands tied behind their backs, eyes covered with cloth, and their bodies concealed in zip-up bags buried under the sand by the zionist occupation forces.

Sources for this and >>1745509 >>1745506 are Resistance News Network



>They call it "lawfare" no joke.
Tacit admission what they think of "international law". That's why only libs care about it, and take it seriously.


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What explains this phenomenon? As in Zionist troops making tiktoks on bulldozed Palestinian homes. Do they know how psychotic this looks to the outside world, even to the average lib in the west?


How many times do I have to tell you hysterics that even if international law "doesn't do anything," sovereign imperialist powers still have to at least put up a pretense of abiding by the rules and bounds they have set forth, and that is often very inconvenient for them.

They sell us the rope with which we will hang them, etc etc


No, they don't. And they don't. "International law" is used exclusively against the periphery.


Why would they care about what the rest of the world thinks? From their perspective they're just goyim chomping at the bit to genocide them anyway. That's the entire reason they're there after all, because the rest of the world can't be trusted to not genocide them.

As far as they're concerned the Palestinians are just an example to the rest of the world of what will happen if they try to fuck with the Jews again. Reveling in their "victory" is the whole point.


There's like 5% of Zionists who try to make their shithole look good to the west, and 95% that don't give a fuck and think the west should suck their balls and let them do whatever they want


Too the average Western lib this is a war between civilized white people and uncivilized savages. The Ziouyghurs could literally put Gazans in camps and gas them and the shitlibs would still sign off on it cause UHHHHHH WE GODDA STAHP DA HAMAS UUUHHH ISLAMIST MENACE PROTECT THE LGBT BOMB THEM BOMB THEM

Liberals are literally polite Nazis. Remember what the liberals did in the Vendee during the French revolution? Everyone associates Nazism with the Holocaust. Nobody associates libs with their evil crimes. Libs killed more people than Nazis too. Libs are evil scum.


Calm the fuck down and read a single statistic


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I'm waiting from MLM anon to come back and tell us about the circus that are ICJ cases
>Military and Paramilitary Activities in and Against Nicaragua
>The United States refused to participate in the proceedings, arguing that the ICJ lacked jurisdiction to hear the case. The U.S. also blocked enforcement of the judgment by the United Nations Security Council and thereby prevented Nicaragua from obtaining any compensation.
and just how black ICC's list of cases is. *Very.*


You might have been right 30-50 years ago, but that is obsolete thinking at best at this point. Laws exist for the west to ignore and break, that's it, that's all


They are correct about Libs being inherently and irredeemably evil though, what with Libs basically tripping over their own dicks to see who among them can be the most reprehensible at any given time.


scared animals grin.


I wish palestinian millitants had tiktok but sadly they barely have enough animal feed to eat to survive let alone a phone with a camera.


I think it's more of a problem of internet and not giving away info, not having cameras/phones. You'd be surprised at how widespread phones can be, even in very poor areas (90% of palestinians had a mobile phone in 2018).


It is for the best from an OpSec perspective that they are not on TikTok.


Most people are liberal (read: left of center) as a cultural default, it's the ones who self identify as Liberals that are psychotic


economically most people are liberal, especially in america where a huge portion of people genuinely believe the democrats are socialist globalists



big if true. probably not true because no sources


It was really delightful having flagposters posting porn in the last thread, and others defending it.


>Laws exist for the west to ignore and break, that's it, that's all
The difference is that the West had the petrodollar to control the world back in the day. That's changed, and previously cowed states now have alternative outlets. SA's action in the international court can now be used by states as a legit reason to further change their financial policies.


>Jan 12
no need to click on this shit



The moment an undercover force from the Israeli occupation army, disguised as medical staff, sneaked into Ibn Sina Hospital in Jenin this morning and assassinated three Palestinian young men: Mohammad Jalamneh, and the brothers Basil and Mohammad al-Ghazawi.


No it wasn't it was shit peak terminal online no human touch imageboard cringe.


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> this morning
Yesterday. Two IJ militants and one Hamas. One was paralyzed
Please read the thread before posting news.
Please don't post twitter shit you have /isg/ for that.


The royalists fags in Vendee deserved it though.


Are you a mod or janny? Do you reply to shitposts in the way that you just reacted to a genuine news post? I scanned the thread before posting and didn't see a duplicate.


Im just an anon who thi ks you sincerely have the capability to be less of a moron because it's a thing you do constantly, youd have seen it several times in the last thread. it's more about your social media and BREAKING NEWS addiction than genuinely sharing news because if that wa the case youd have shared an article, wouldn't you?

I'm trying to be less confrontational and rude irl and online so I was being polite, having said thst though, stop being retarded jfc.


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>Are you a mod or janny?
He's just the thread Karen.


That hair looks interesting tho


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Libs did all of colonialism, from Congo handchopping to blowing up Algerian families in their homes.
The uyghas throwing money to little Vietnamese kids like pigeons were spouting Liberte, Egalite, Fraternite in their polite society dinners.


>Im just an anon
oh. stfu and fuck off then. Or pick better targets for your retardation.


'Israel' still many months away from achieving its goals

The Israeli military is currently involved in intense fighting in Gaza, particularly in the southern city of Khan Yunis, as per Bloomberg. The objective is to "eliminate or capture Hamas leaders believed to be hiding in tunnels along with hostages."

In a briefing, an Israeli military intelligence officer claimed that among Hamas' five fighting brigades, Israeli forces have either killed or captured the majority of the commanders from two brigades located in the northern part of Gaza.

One of the most confounding issues for "Israel" is that Hamas continues to fire rockets into the country, and the latest barrage was launched on Monday, with some reaching "Tel Aviv".

The current focus is on the Khan Yunis brigade, as stated by Daniel Hagari, the chief military spokesperson, in a recent press conference. He further claimed that Israeli troops have killed and apprehended over 300 Palestinians "suspected of engaging in terrorist activities."

Additionally, Hagari alleged that, for the first time, Israeli forces are actively engaging in combat within the tunnel network beneath Gaza.

Khan Yunis, Gaza's second-largest city with a dense population, holds strategic significance as the hometown of Hamas leader Yahya Sinwar and military chief Mohammed Deif. "Israel" claims they are currently in the city.

After four months, the situation in Gaza remains challenging, with key Hamas figures still controlling the battlefield, and a significant portion of the military infrastructure undamaged, Bloomberg reported. This has made the confrontations more challenging than anticipated by Israeli military officials. The resistance is inflicting substantial losses, with at least 220 Israeli soldiers killed. However, Israeli leaders maintain that they are making significant progress.

Over 26,000 Palestinians, predominantly women, and children, have been killed by the Israeli war machine in the ongoing Gaza aggression, as reported by the Gaza Health Ministry.

The Israeli intelligence officer mentioned that "Israel" is still many months away from achieving its goals, which include capturing or destroying munitions and weapons and rendering military bases and tunnels inoperative. Accomplishing that will take all of 2024 — and perhaps longer, he said.

The expectation that dismantling Hamas will not occur swiftly is one of the reasons Israeli officials are resisting the idea of a prolonged or permanent ceasefire in exchange for the release of Israeli captives.

One of the perplexing challenges for "Israel" is that Hamas, although launching fewer rockets than before, continues to fire them into the country.

Hamas official says mulling 3-stage ceasefire deal: Reuters

Reuters claimed it had in an exclusive interview in which a senior Hamas official revealed the details of a proposed ceasefire plan aimed at de-escalating the Israeli aggression on Gaza.

The proposal, outlined in three distinct stages, addresses the release of settlers, recruits, and the deceased.

According to the senior Hamas official cited by Reuters, the first stage of the proposed ceasefire involves the immediate release of settlers, including women, children, adults, and patients who were captured by the Palestinian Resistance during Operation al-Aqsa Flood.

Moving on to the second stage, the Hamas top official disclosed that the plan calls for the release of all male and female Israeli recruits also taken by the Palestinian Resistance during the operation.

The third and final stage of the proposed ceasefire is centered around the release of the bodies of those killed in action, most notably due to the indiscriminate Israeli bombardment of the Gaza Strip, which killed dozens of its own setters.

Notably, the senior Hamas leader emphasized that military operations on both sides would come to a halt during each of the three stages.

When questioned about the specific number of prisoners held by the Israeli occupation requested to be released from the Palestinian side, the Hamas leader stated that no figure had been specified. Instead, the matter is left to the negotiation process.

The media advisor to the head of the political bureau of Hamas, Taher El-Nounou, said Monday that a ceasefire in Gaza is the fundamental prerequisite for any subsequent step.

Speaking to Al Mayadeen, El-Nounou indicated that a set of proposals was presented to Hamas, affirming that no agreement has been reached so far.

The Hamas official said that a ceasefire would be followed by a prisoner exchange and the reconstruction of the Gaza Strip, pointing out that the main goal is to stop the Israeli aggression on Gaza, while other details can be discussed afterward.

He mentioned that what is needed is a complete ceasefire and not a temporary truce, adding that the Israeli occupation is the side hindering an agreement, for reasons related to the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

Moreover, the head of the Resistance movement, Ismail Haniyeh, announced earlier on Tuesday that Hamas received a proposal for a ceasefire, after talks in Paris, and that they would be looking into it.

Haniyeh also affirmed that he will visit Cairo for discussions on the Paris proposal for a ceasefire, adding that the movement was open to all ideas that could achieve a ceasefire in Gaza.

NBC News reported that the agreement includes the release of the remaining American and Israeli captives in Gaza on several stages, starting with women and children, accompanied by a gradual cessation of fighting and the delivery of aid to the Strip, along with the release of Palestinian prisoners in Israeli occupation prisons.

According to the news website, a draft of the agreement is being presented to Hamas, while the Palestinian Resistance movement insists on an immediate and permanent ceasefire before discussing any prisoner exchange.


Real. If anything the west is less powerful ergo less able to enforce international law in their favor.
What do you think has changed in the past 30-50 years that specifically diminished periphery nations' abilities to wield international law in their favor?


>Remember what the liberals did in the Vendee during the French revolution?
Yeah, nothing wrong that's what.


Who else on Putin's payroll?


>Calling for a ceasefire is Mr. Putin's message
>It's the same thing in Ukraine.
Putin is actually behind all peace activists worldwide. The term "World peace," "give peace a chance," the peace symbol, etc. were created and psyopped into American youth culture by the Soviets. Classic Soviet-style influence campaign.


Israeli spy chief in Egypt for talks on future of war: Report

Shin Bet Director Ronen Bar reportedly travelled to Cairo to meet with his Egyptian counterpart on Monday amid the possibility that the Israeli military would expand its ground assaults to Rafah in southern Gaza.

Israel orders residents to leave Gaza City’s west; Palestinian fighters ‘infiltrate’ north

Palestinian fighters continue to battle with Israeli forces in Gaza City’s Zeitoun, Tal al-Hawa, and the Sheikh Radwan areas and as Israel conducted air raids on the city in the north of the territory, the ISW/CTP said in their latest battlefield report.

Israeli forces continue to conduct “clearing operations” in central Gaza and parts of Khan Younis in the south, but Palestinian fighters “infiltrate previously cleared areas” of northern Gaza, the report states.

Israel increasingly ‘impeding life-saving aid’ into Gaza: UN

In the second half of January, “humanitarian partners continue to observe an increasing trend in denied and restricted access to the northern and central areas of Gaza”, said UN-OCHA, citing excessive delays for aid convoys at Israeli checkpoints and heightened military attacks.

Israeli commandos dressed as doctors kill hospital patients

CCTV circulated online showing about a dozen undercover troops – including three in women’s garb and two dressed as medical staff – pacing through the corridors of a Jenin hospital with assault weapons.

UK’s Cameron: Allies looking at ‘recognising a Palestinian state’

“We have a responsibility there because we should be starting to set out what a Palestinian state would look like … We with allies will look at the issue of recognising a Palestinian state,” Foreign Secretary David Cameron said. He told Arab ambassadors such a plan could help “make this process irreversible”.

Contact still lost with paramedics who went to rescue trapped girl in Gaza City

The Palestinian Red Crescent Society says that contact remains lost with the ambulance team who went on a mission to rescue a six-year-old girl trapped in a car with her dead family around her after Hind Rajab’s father and four siblings were killed in their car by Israeli forces on Monday.

100 bodies stolen by Israel reburied in mass grave in Rafah

At least 100 Palestinian bodies, taken from various parts of the strip, have been buried in a mass grave in the southern city of Rafah after Israeli forces returned them through the Karem Abu Salem crossing.

Some of the bodies were badly decomposed. Others were unidentified. Medical sources said upon inspection, some bodies had organs missing.

Hamas ‘studying’ new Paris ceasefire proposal

Politburo chief Ismail Haniyeh said Hamas wants a deal based on stopping Israel’s war on Gaza and a “complete withdrawal of occupation forces from the Strip”, and wants “serious and practical initiatives” on a ceasefire, an exchange of captives in Gaza with Palestinian prisoners held by Israel, and a reconstruction process.

Health Ministry: Israeli forces tighten siege of Nasser Hospital in Gaza

In a statement, the ministry said that the electrical generators at the hospital will stop within two days due to fuel shortages.

“The Israeli occupation places 150 medical personnel, 450 wounded, and 3,000 displaced people under targeting,” the ministry said, warning that the food has run out.

UNRWA reports at least 360 Palestinians killed in attacks on shelters

The Israeli army has attacked UNRWA premises in Gaza at least 260 times, leading to at least 360 Palestinians being killed. 152 UNRWA workers have been killed in Israeli attacks.

Israel’s aggression on Gaza ‘destroying’ environment

“This [war] has led to the destruction of the habitats of wild animals, their killing, and the burning of all forms of plant life, including trees, shrubs, and grasses – some of which are endemic to coastal and semi-coastal environmental conditions,” the Palestinian Environment Quality Authority said.

The result has been the loss of certain species and even their permanent disappearance or extinction, the body added.

Gallant wants Israel to ‘operate’ in Gaza like West Bank

Israeli war cabinet minister Yoav Gallant has reportedly told lawmakers that Israel will maintain control of the Gaza Strip after the war is over so it can “operate” there as it does in the occupied West Bank.

Israeli forces storm Al-Amal Hospital in Khan Younis

Israeli forces destroyed the back wall of the hospital along with setting fire to the majority of makeshift tents that were set in the facility of this medical complex and ordered people to evacuate the place immediately.

“Israeli tanks are currently stationed in AL-Amal hospital front yard, firing live ammunition and smoke grenades at the displaced individuals and PRCS staff,” the PRCS said.

33 homes demolished in Tulkarem city and its camps since Oct 7

Nihad al-Shaweesh, who heads the Popular Services Committee in Nur Shams camp east of Tulkarem, says that another 170 homes were damaged, all of which led to the displacement of about 700 Palestinians.

“Yesterday marked the 15th Israeli military raid since October 7. Israeli forces have destroyed 40 businesses and 150 cars in the camp,” al-Shaweesh told Al Jazeera.


Palestinians suffocating to death during clamour for food: Mercy Corps member

A member of the NGO in Gaza says:

<Many are limited to just one meal a day, typically consisting of rice. There are no vegetables available; I haven’t seen tomatoes, cucumbers, or potatoes for about 90 days. If something is available, you cannot afford to buy it. A bag of flour, previously priced $9.56 is now $164. The cost of a kilo of rice, once $1.64, is now $4.64.

>Instead, you must wait for aid trucks in a place near the tanks to find something to eat. Every day people go hoping to get some assistance and tanks shoot at them. From the beginning of the war until today, my family hasn’t received any kind of assistance. We now eat only once a day.
<Few aid trucks reach the north and the distribution is chaotic. People often intercept these trucks and take items from them because they know they won’t get anything otherwise.
>Recently, I went to observe the aid distribution. Thousands of people were waiting by the seaside in the hope that aid trucks would enter and after waiting for hours, only two trucks entered. People crowded around them so intensely that two people suffocated to death from the overcrowding.
<Most people are not getting any assistance either because they are not willing to risk going to places where there’s a high chance of being targeted or because they cannot compete with so many people trying to get aid.

US shot down Houthi missile in Red Sea: CENTCOM

US Central Command (CENTCOM) has said that a US warship has shot down a Houthi antiship cruise missile in the Red Sea.

Iran-backed Kataib Hezbollah suspends military operations against the US

The Iran-backed Kataib Hezbollah group in Iraq says it has suspended all military operations against US forces in the region to prevent the “embarrassment of the Iraqi government”.

Netanyahu’s public support drops further as war grinds on

New numbers in Israeli media are showing that just 23 percent of respondents would like to see the Israeli prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, remain in his position, down six points from a month ago.

Israeli military confirms flooding tunnels in Gaza with seawater

The Israeli army now confirming that they have been doing this for several weeks.

The Israeli army has said repeatedly that they believe all 136 captives are being held in tunnels inside of Gaza.

Israeli army admits 4 more soldiers killed, 5 seriously wounded in Gaza

A 30-year-old from the 87th Battalion was killed in northern Gaza on Tuesday, while a 28-year-old and a 43-year-old from the 6646th Patrol Battalion were killed in southern Gaza on the same day, as well as a commander in the Israeli Air Force’s elite Shaldag unit.

The IOF has admitted that 224 Israeli soldiers have been killed since the start of the ground invasion of Gaza, and a further 1,283 have been injured.

Israel conducts overnight raids across the occupied West Bank

We’ve had overnight raids in Askar refugee camp, Qalqilya city, Tulkarem, Jenin, Bethlehem, and refugee camps in East Jerusalem.

At least three have been arrested in Bethlehem, including a woman who was arrested to force her husband to give himself up. Three were arrested in Qalqilya and three in Jenin – a woman and her two sons. Many more were arrested in the Qalandiya refugee camp and East Jerusalem.

One person has been injured by live bullets so far, as well as one injured by settlers near Ramallah.

A ‘supposed plan’ for Gaza after the war leaked

Two Israeli newspapers ran a story today about a supposed plan of Netanyahu for Gaza after the war. They say it’s the plan drafted by a group of businessmen with close ties to Netanyahu.

The plan, as the papers reported, is that after the war there will be a several-stage process for Gaza. The first stage would be a military governor run by the Israelis. A transitional period of that then leading to a new Palestinian Authority backed by an Arab coalition – no Hamas, no Fatah. If that went smoothly, in two to four years, there might be a Palestinian state.

Death toll in Gaza nears 27,000

Since the war began on October 7, Israeli forces have killed at least 26,900 Palestinians in Gaza and wounded 65,949, according to the latest figures from the enclave’s Ministry of Health.

It added that 150 Palestinians were killed and 313 were wounded in the past 24 hours. In the 24 hours before that, 114 Palestinians were killed and 249 injured.

Shocked to find dozens of dead bodies: Witness

“As we were cleaning, we came across a pile of rubble inside the schoolyard. We were shocked to find out that the dozens of dead [and decomposed] bodies were buried under this pile,” a man said. “They were blindfolded, legs and hands tied. The plastic cuffs were used on their hands and legs and cloths straps around their eyes and heads.”

UN report says Gaza unemployment rate nearly 80 percent

A report by the UN Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) has found that Israel’s campaign in Gaza precipitated a 24 percent contraction in gross domestic product (GDP) and has made the strip “uninhabitable”. Unemployment in December rose to 79.3 percent.

The UNCTAD report states that, even if the war ends immediately and Gaza returns to previous growth trends of 0.4 percent each year, pre-war GDP levels will not be restored until 2092.

One killed, ambulance destroyed in Israeli raids on southern Lebanon

The Lebanese al-Risala Association announced the destruction of its ambulance in the Israeli raid on the village of Blida and a Lebanese citizen was killed in an Israeli air strike targeting the town of Beit Lev.


Yemeni Armed Forces:
In the name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful
Allah the Almighty has said: "O you who have believed, if you support Allah, He will support you and plant firmly your feet.
This is the truth of Allah Almighty.
In support of the oppressed Palestinian people and as part of the response to the American-British aggression against our country:
The Naval Forces in the Yemeni Armed Forces, with the help of Allah Almighty, launched several appropriate missiles at the American destroyer "USS Gravely" in the Red Sea.
The Yemeni Armed Forces confirm that all American and British warships in the Red and Arabian Seas participating in the aggression against our country are within the target range of our forces and will be targeted as part of our legitimate right to defend our country, our people, and our nation, and in affirmation of the Yemeni stance in support of Palestine.
The Yemeni Armed Forces affirm their continuation in preventing "israeli" navigation or navigation headed to the ports of occupied Palestine until the aggression on Gaza is stopped and the siege is lifted.
Allah is sufficient for us, and He is the best Disposer of affairs, the best Master and the best Helper.
Long live Yemen, free, dignified, and independent.
Victory to Yemen and to all the free people of the nation.
Sana'a, 20 Rajab 1445H
Corresponding to January 31, 2024
Issued by the Yemeni Armed Forces


Mujahideen Brigades:
After successfully communicating with some of our combat units, we confirm the targeting of the occupied city of Bir Sabi' with a missile barrage on January 28th.

I think this is interesting, it shows that they can undertake such actions without communication with the central leadership.


Source is RNN

The IOF announces the withdrawal of the 5th Reserve Brigade from the Gaza Strip, which was stationed in the northern Gaza Strip west of Gaza City, where fierce fighting continues. Just one reserve brigade remains, stationed in Khan Younis.


they do, but Pissrael is probably blocking them


Al-Aqsa Martyrs' Brigades military spokesman Abu Jihad:
Despite the destruction and suffering, on day 117, we announce the continuation of our fighters' resistance and struggle against the brutality of the zionist occupation army in all combat axes inside the Gaza Strip.
Our fighters carried out 22 combat missions in the past few days, engaging in fierce clashes with machine guns and appropriate weapons, shelling gatherings and concentrations with mortar shells and short-range rockets, and targeting military vehicles with RPG shells in the axes of advance inside the Gaza Strip, confirming a number of deaths and injuries among the occupation forces.
The combat operations we announce are not for boosting morale but carry messages to the occupation that the resistance is capable of inflicting damage on your soldiers despite the bombing and siege.
The reckless threats of Netanyahu to continue the war will not benefit against the resistance. He is trying to prolong the battle because he knows his fate is failure and political downfall thereafter.
The freedom of the enemy's prisoners in the hands of our resistance heroes will only be achieved by stopping the brutal aggression on our people in the Gaza Strip and the honorable release of our prisoners from the oppressive occupation's prisons.
We salute the heroes of the resistance in the valiant West Bank, who stand at zero distance with the Gaza Strip, and confront the repeated invasions of their cities and camps with all valor and capability.


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The gardeners think about going to the jungle.


I love how Israel always frames in the context as Palestine doesn't want Israel to exist but everyone in Israel including the government doesn't want Palestine to exist. Israel was created by outside countries so Palestine will probably have to be as well


New vids


>the peace symbol, etc. were created and psyopped into American youth culture by the Soviets. Classic Soviet-style influence campaign.
The peace symbol is actually the Campaign for Nuclesr Disarmament symbol and they u ironically did call the movement a Russian op for years ever since its inception during the cold war .
So at least it's consistent I guess.


xi yuans in my left pocket, putin rubles in my right
the "peace symbol" ☮️ actually stands for nuclear disarmament (look it up), and who would gain from that? mr. putin of course



US warships are being forced to use their CIWSs. I guess we'll soon see some more dead American seamen soon.




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Hezbollah actions 01/31/24:

Eastern Sector:
09:35: targeting a gathering of "israeli" soldiers in Tal Al-Tayhat with missile weapons, hitting it directly.
13:35: targeting a Merkava tank at the site of Bayad Blida with appropriate weapons, hitting it directly.
15:50: targeting a building housing enemy soldiers in the colony of "Metulla" with appropriate weapons, hitting it directly.
21:15: targeting the settlement of "Manara" with appropriate weapons, resulting in damage to one of the buildings, in response to the "israeli" attacks on villages and civilian homes, the latest being the raids on Beit Lif and Blida.

Western Sector:
14:45: targeting espionage equipment at the Hanita site with appropriate weapons, hitting it directly.
15:10: targeting a gathering of "israeli" soldiers around the "Metat" barracks with rocket weapons, hitting it directly.
21:00: targeting the Jal Al-Alam site with a Falaq-1 missile, achieving a direct hit.

Yemeni Armed Forces:
In the name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful.
The Almighty said: "And whoever defend themselves after they were oppressed, there is no way (of blame) against them."
This is the Truth of Allah the Almighty.
In support of the oppressed Palestinian people who are subjected to the ongoing "israeli" aggression up to this moment, and as part of the response to the American-British aggression against our country:
The Naval Forces of the Yemeni Armed Forces have executed a quality military operation targeting the American commercial vessel "KOl" that was headed to the occupied Palestinian ports. This was achieved through several appropriate naval missiles that hit the target directly.
This operation comes just hours after the targeting by the Yemeni Armed Forces' Naval Forces of the American destroyer "USS Gravely" with several naval missiles in the Red Sea. The hit was direct and precise, by the grace of Allah.
The Yemeni Armed Forces continue to provide support and backing to the Palestinian people in the Gaza Strip, by preventing "israeli" navigation or those headed to the occupied Palestinian ports in the Red and Arabian Seas until the aggression stops, and the entry of food and medicine into the Gaza Strip for the Palestinian people.
The Yemeni Armed Forces will confront to the American-British escalation with escalation and will not hesitate to carry out wide-ranging and quality military operations in response to any British-American foolishness against dear Yemen.
It also confirms that all American and British ships in the Red and Arabian Seas are legitimate targets for the Yemeni Armed Forces as long as the American-British aggression against our country continues.
Allah is sufficient for us, and He is the best Disposer of affairs, the best Master and the best Helper.
Long live Yemen, free, dignified, and independent.
Victory to Yemen and all the free people of the nation.
Sana'a, 20 Rajab 1445H
Corresponding to January 31, 2024
Issued by the Yemeni Armed Forces

Mujahideen Brigades:
Our fighters carried out the following military operations:
We targeted the position and deployment of zionist enemy soldiers west of Gaza City with heavy-caliber mortar shells, and the fighters confirmed direct and confirmed casualties among the ranks of the targeted zionist forces.
We bombed the occupied city of Bir Al-Sabi' with a rocket barrage on January 28.
We engaged in numerous clashes with the zionist enemy forces in the western areas of Gaza City with appropriate and varied weapons.
We bombed the zionist military command headquarters and the airstrip in the "Ra’im" settlement with a number of rockets.
We engaged in violent clashes with various weapons against enemy soldiers and vehicles on the Sabra and Tal Al-Hawa axes of advance in Gaza City.


Dressing up as nurses and women with prams and shooting random patients sounds like something from a call of duty game.


Hitman, but it's actually a Call of Duty level, and you get teammates and assault rifles.


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I think the resistance always planned for a breakdown of command and a long insurgency conducted by autonomous units. Hamas is a professional outfit, they know the US is going to support Israel to the bitter end. The only strategy is to have faith in your units and delegate as much authority and strategic planning to them as possible to keep the fight going long past the point a hierarchical command structure would break.


Sweet, it's another McCarthyism episode.


r u greek?


US being forced to resort to CIWS to protect against a literally who group but is totally going to beat a rising superpower with more industry in extended open military conflict.


Blue water navies are borderline obsolete at this point, they're only good for beating up on little countries and wasting money. A sustained missile barrage could sink $1 trillion dollars in a few minutes.


I told you, bros. I told you, dogs! Told you about anti-ship missiles!


Having what amounts to a floating militarized island is likely not going to be fully obsolete anytime soon. However whats probably going to be necessary is the admittance that the aircraft carrier doesn't work as an unbeatable crown jewel anymore and the Russians were right about supremacy of long range missile frigates.


Actually, have Iranians given the Houthis big boy anti-ship missiles? Do the Iranians even have any? Some ""news"" going around that Houthis and Hezbollah has the Iranian Noor.


This time Democrats leading the charge which is wild. Of course Repubs will always be on board with Dems in foreign policy, I learned from the Bush years the hard way and Obama didn't even try lol


>They're in front of my house all the time
>Wanting a ceasefire is Pootin's message
simply lol


Hamas, PIJ: No one can force terms on Palestinian Resistance

Top officials from Hamas and the Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) spoke to Al Mayadeen in a live televised interview to address the latest development regarding a mediated ceasefire deal with "Israel".

Ali Baraka, the head of Hamas' Department of National Relations Abroad, said the movement is conducting internal and external consultations with other Resistance factions regarding an anticipated deal.

The official said Hamas' response to a deal recently submitted by mediators will require time for formulation and finalization

Shedding light on the Palestinian Resistance's demands, Baraka said, "Our conditions include a ceasefire, opening the Rafah crossing, international Arab commitment to rebuilding [the Gaza Strip], and releasing prisoners on the basis of all for all."

It is worth noting that the term "all for all" refers to the release of Palestinian detainees from Israeli prisons, in exchange for the release of Israeli captives held by the Resistance in Gaza.

He also said the response, which will be presented to Egyptian mediators by the head of Hamas' Political Bureau, Ismail Haniyeh, will represent all Palestinian Resistance factions and not just Hamas.

Revealing some of the details of the submitted proposal, Baraka said, "The proposed plan consists of three stages for prisoners; the first stage is 45 days for civilians, the second stage for military personnel without specifying a time frame, and the third stage is for the exchange of bodies between the two sides, also without specifying a time frame."

Expanding on this point, Baraka stated that Hamas was notified "that the ceasefire period could be extended, but we want Arab and international guarantees for a ceasefire."

"In addition to our demand for guarantees, we have demands for reconstruction, withdrawal from the sector, and providing urgent housing for citizens," adding that "the Resistance did not lose the battle to have [Israeli] conditions imposed on it."

Commenting on plots for governments that manage Gaza's civilian affairs, which include those developed by the US and "Israel", Baraka said that no one will "dictate to us how to manage the Gaza Strip."

Importantly, Baraka said Fatah, whose officials head the Palestinian Authority, "has not sent an official response to the factions' document regarding the unified national leadership [plan]."

On his part, Ali Abu Shahin, a member of the PIJ's Political Bureau, stressed that the movement's position on the "Paris document" comes in line with its position on the Egyptian proposal.

Abu Shahin pointed out that "there is no new talk about a ceasefire in the Paris document," adding that "there is Palestinian consensus on managing internal affairs and the formula for managing the sector without external interference."

According to Abu Shahin, "The observations on the proposals presented are that they do not lead to a ceasefire, and we want guarantees in the face of the genocide war against us."

He emphasized that "the main driver" for international actors "is Israel's interest, and the criterion for them is Israeli prisoners," stressing that "Resistance is not weak to have conditions imposed on it."


Chicago passes resolution calling for a ceasefire in Gaza

The midwestern US city has become the largest in the country and one of dozens to pass a ceasefire resolution.

Report: Mossad chief briefs cabinet on potential captive deal

The Israeli news outlet Channel 12 has reported that Mossad chief David Barnea has presented the Israeli war cabinet with a prospective nine-point outline of a potential deal to release 136 captives who remain in Gaza.

The first stage of the deal would include the release of 35 captives in exchange for a 35-day truce, with an emphasis on women, sick, injured and elderly captives. It could then be extended for the second round of releases, which would include men and members of civil defence groups, whom Hamas considers combatants. The number of Palestinians who would be released is unclear.

Yemen’s Houthis say missiles fired at US merchant ship

“The operation to target the ship ‘KOI’ took place this evening in the Gulf of Aden,” Houthi military spokesperson Yahya Saree wrote on the Telegram messaging platform. The news agency SABA said the missiles “directly hit the vessel”.

US strikes 10 Houthi drones ready to be launched from Yemen

The US military has struck several unmanned Houthi drones that were preparing to launch into the Red Sea, CBS news reports, citing an unnamed senior US defence official in Bahrain.

The defence official reportedly said that F-18 super hornets bombed 10 launch sites in western Yemen. Local media in Yemen is reporting that the strikes took place near the al-Jabbana area in the port city of Hodeidah.

Violent clashes as Israeli military raids the city of Tubas

Israeli military vehicles, including bulldozers, stormed the city earlier tonight. They were targeted with heavy gunfire and explosive devices. Two Palestinians have been shot during clashes and at least one man has been arrested.

Raids and arrests have been reported elsewhere in the occupied West Bank in the following locations:

>The village of Salem, east of Nablus

<The town of Arraba, south of Jenin
>The town of Azzun and the village of Kafr Qaddum, east of Qalqilya
<The town of Sinjil, north of Ramallah
>The town of Yatta, south of Hebron
<The town of Hizma, northeast of occupied East Jerusalem
>Four people were arrested in the town of Arraba, south of Jenin
<A man was arrested in the village of Beit Iba, west of Nablus
>A man was arrested in the town of Tuqu, southeast of Bethlehem

US military shoots down Houthi antiship ballistic missile and UAVs

The US military’s Central Command (CENTCOM) says that the USS Carney shot down “one anti-ship ballistic missile” and “three Iranian UAVs” fired from Houthi-controlled parts of Yemen.

Motion granted to dismiss case accusing Biden administration of ‘complicity’ in Gaza ‘genocide’

A civil case accusing US President Joe Biden and other senior officials of being complicit in Israel’s “genocide” in Gaza has been dismissed [PDF] by a US Federal Court Judge on jurisdiction grounds.

Federal Court Judge Jeffrey S White, did however “implore” the defendants [Biden, and the US Secretaries of Defense and State] to examine their role in the war on Gaza, stating that “it is plausible that Israel’s conduct amounts to genocide”.

Islamic Resistance in Iraq claims drone attack on Haifa: Report

The Islamic Resistance in Iraq has claimed to have carried out a drone attack on the Israeli city of Haifa, the Shehab news agency reports, citing a statement from the umbrella group of militias.


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Who of you vile anti-Semites did this?


>>1746759 (mr)
It's not just death threats, it's an attack on our democracy.
remember that next time you tell a politician to kill themself.


>front-line politics



Commander Abu Khaled, the spokesperson for the Martyr Omar Al-Qasim Forces (the military wing of the Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine), issued a military statement regarding the combat operations of the Martyr Omar Al-Qasim Forces over the recent hours, during which they engaged in fierce battles against the enemy forces across the Strip's frontlines, bombarding their machinery with mortar shells and targeting some with rocket sgells, achieving direct hits, and inflicting casualties and damages on the enemy forces, including killing and wounding. Here are the details:
1. The Martyr Omar Al-Qasim Forces engaged in violent clashes against the "israeli" enemy forces around the Al-Amal Hospital and the Batn Al-Sameen area in Khan Younis, causing deaths and wounded among the enemy.
2. They countered one of the enemy's vehicles with anti-tank shells, hitting it directly and leaving dead and wounded inside.
3. In the west of Gaza and around Al-Shifa Hospital, the Martyr Omar Al-Qasim Forces confronted the enemy forces attempting to advance on these frontlines, engaged in fierce battles, inflicted deaths and injuries on them, and safely returned to their positions.
4. The artillery unit of the Martyr Omar Al-Qasim Forces targeted the "israeli" enemy positions in the Tal Al-Hawa area west of Gaza City with several heavy mortar shells, achieving direct hits.
5. Similarly, the artillery unit targeted enemy gatherings on the northern and southern axes of the Strip with heavy mortars, obstructing their advancement and causing direct injuries.
6. On the western axes of Khan Younis city, the artillery unit targeted enemy gatherings with heavy mortar shells, causing losses in personnel and machinery and safely returned to their positions.
Martyr Omar Al-Qasim Forces – Military Wing of the Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine
Military Media
February 1, 2024


The IOF withdrew the 55th Paratroopers Brigade of the reserve forces, which was stationed in Khan Younis, from the Gaza Strip.


>Watch debate between mark lamont hill and zionist
>10 mins in he says Zionism is a anti colonialist movement
>turn it off


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>Be Britain post WW1
>You have already signed an agreement in 1917 that Palestine should be the "home of the jewish people"
>are told by the League of Nations, and later the UN, that you are to administer the previously Ottoman territory of Palestine until Palestine has a government ready create its own nation
>Britain wants to split Palestine into a Jewish state and an Arab state, Arabs fight a war to stop this.
>Britain is so shit and mediating the situation they give the problem over to the UN
>UN is founded post-war, draws up a plan to divide the territory into two states where everyone was to be treated equally regardless of race, gender and religion.
>Israel just takes the entire territory and expels the arabs


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Exposed leg bone of an unburied civilian from North Gaza. The situation is so bad that bodies are not being buried.


But did they condemn hamas?????


another dead khammas supporter for sure


>>10 mins in he says Zionism is a anti colonialist movement
This seems like one of those "throw anything at the wall and see if it sticks." It's a canard they've been pulling out here and there, probably expecting the woke radlibs to flip against Palestine.


It's not just faggoty zios saying this. I've seen third-positioinist "Dharmic Socialists" say the same about Hindutva and Zionism. It's hard to believe that anyone outside of twitter takes them seriously, but the lengths some grifters go to make a quick buck off of human suffering really pisses me off.


>>Britain is so shit and mediating the situation
You see, Britain isn't incompetent, they pulled this shit off on purpose. They did the same in the subcon and now it has become the Balkans on steroids.


It wasn't even in their interest.
Radical zionists didn't care if Britain wanted to create a zionist state, that didn't stop them from killing British peacekeepers and taking the whole territory.


Over time I have noticed that I enjoy watching debates less and less because they just get boring and repetitive, especially when it is an issue so black and white as this one.



The way they carved up Palestine would inevitably cause strife. I don't think it's a coincidence because, as I said, they've pulled this shit off in the subcon too (and maybe other places that I don't know of). They've perfected the craft of triggering retarded nationalists into attacking their neighbours and reaping the benefits of it later. I believe that they did this so that they could eventually regain control of some the territories they lost post WW2. But they ended up losing their position to America, which paved the way for a new kind of colonialism.


Gallant warns of power outages if conflict with Hezbollah escalates in north Israel: Monitors

Israel’s Defence Minister Yoav Gallant has warned local authorities in northern Israel on wednesday that power may be lost in the event of a wider conflict with Hezbollah fighters in southern Lebanon, cutting off communications and water, the Institute for the Study of War (ISW) and the Critical Threats Project (CTP) report.

In the war on Gaza, Palestinian fighters battled Israeli forces in the west and southwest of Gaza City where tanks are now deployed despite Israel declaring the city largely “cleared” of armed groups earlier this year.

Clashes are also ongoing in central Gaza and in southern Gaza’s Khan Younis where Palestinian fighters are continuing to resist the Israeli advance on the city, the ISW/CTP reports.

According to the report, the flooding of Hamas tunnels in Gaza has “destroyed” only a “few kilometres” of the underground networks as the Israeli military is “experiencing issues achieving sufficient water pressure to flood tunnels further inland”.

Hamas leader expected in Egypt for truce talks

Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh is expected in Cairo today as the Palestinian group reviews a proposal for a six-week truce.

EU may launch naval mission in the Red Sea

EU’s foreign policy chief Josep Borrell said he expects the bloc’s foreign ministers to sign off on a naval mission protecting shipping lanes in the Red Sea and the Gulf of Aden when they meet on February 19.

EU officials say that seven countries have committed to providing planes or ships to the mission intended to counter attacks by the Houthis in the vital waterway, including a frigate from Belgium and Germany.

Australian gov’t ‘stalling’ on military exports to Israel: ABC

Israel has tried to purchase Australian-made equipment, such as a counter-drone system, but the Department of Defence has failed to provide a formal response for months, an anonymous defence industry insider told ABC. “Nobody in the government wants to be seen to be either approving or rejecting Israeli military sales [while the war in Gaza continues]”

Israeli forces storm PRCS headquarters for a third time

The Palestine Red Crescent Society (PRCS) says Israeli forces opened fire as they stormed its headquarters in Khan Younis, southern Gaza, for the third time. 12 people were killed at the hospital yesterday and six wounded.

Over a dozen bodies recovered after Israeli forces exit refugee camp

Ambulance crews and civilians have recovered about 14 bodies of Palestinians after a partial retreat of Israeli vehicles from a Khan Younis refugee camp towards other areas inside the city.

Israeli settlers allowing only trucks without Gaza aid to pass Ashdod port

Footage shared on social media shows Israeli settlers inspecting trucks at Israel’s Ashdod port and only allowing those not carrying aid for Gaza to pass through.

Gaza woman, 82, with Alzheimer’s imprisoned by Israel

Israeli news outlet Haaretz is reporting that Israeli forces held an 82-year-old woman from Gaza with Alzheimer’s disease as an “unlawful combatant”.

NGO Physicians for Human Rights learned that the elderly woman was being held at Israel’s Damon Prison. While there, she was refused a meeting with a lawyer and was only freed after an appeal.

Khalidi, who uses a wheelchair, was not the only elderly and ill prisoner at Damon, according to prisoner testimonies based on media reports.

Red Sea disruptions threaten Italy’s economic stability, minister says

Commercial traffic through the Suez Canal representing about 40% of Italy’s total maritime trade, dropped by 38% by the last week of 2023. Navigation times increased by 10-12 days, and costs went up almost fivefold.

Released Palestinian prisoners in Gaza speak of ill-treatment, beatings

Palestinians arrested by the Israeli army in Khan Younis and released this morning in Rafah say they were subject to ill-treatment, including beatings and acts of torture.

Mahmoud al-Nabulsi, an elderly man, said the army entered his house in al-Amal neighbourhood. He told the military he was sick and could not move, but was arrested and taken to a detention centre in Israel, where he was held for 10 days.

“Every day we were beaten and tortured, I have never seen this torment in my life,” the 70 year old said.

“They were pouring water on the ground in front of us, so they would torture us while we were thirsty,” he said. He said he was not given anything to drink for four days.

==Death toll in Gaza surpasses 27,000=

At least 27,019 Palestinians in Gaza have been killed by Israeli attacks since October 7 while another 66,139 have been wounded, the Health Ministry in the besieged enclave has just said. 118 were killed and 190 injured in the last 24 hours.

PRCS ambulance crew sent to save young girl on Monday still missing

The Palestine Red Cross Society (PRCS) say it still has not heard from the ambulance crew 66 hours after it was sent to rescue a six-year-old girl called Hind in northern Gaza.

Norway’s foreign minister ‘reasonably optimistic’ about UNRWA funding

Espen Barth Eide has said he is “reasonably optimistic” that some states that had suspended funding would resume payments, according to Reuters.

Report: IRGC scales down Syria presence after Israeli strikes

Citing five unnamed sources “familiar with the matter”, Reuters says Iran will rely more on its local partners in Syria, its allied Shia militias, to “preserve its sway” there.

Three of the sources cited say that this decision was made by Iran in order to avoid being dragged into a regional conflict with Israel and its allies, as hardliners within the country demand retaliation for a number of Israeli strikes that since December have killed more than a dozen members of the IRGC.

Netanyahu takes heat over captive deal

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is facing a huge amount of pressure from the far-right members of his cabinet. Among them is far-right National Security Minister Itamar Ben-Gvir, who continues to publicly state that if a bad deal with Hamas is reached, he will walk away, causing the collapse of the government.

Biden administration announces order targeting Jewish settler violence

“This [executive order] will allow the United States to issue financial sanctions against those directing or participating in certain actions, including acts or threats of violence against civilians, intimidating civilians to cause them to leave their homes, destroying or seizing property, or engaging in terrorist activity in the West Bank,” a news release from the White House reads. The US Treasury announced sanctions on four settlers.

Qatar: ‘Positive’ initial reaction from Hamas on latest truce proposal

Qatar’s Foreign Ministry spokesman Majid al-Ansari says Hamas received “an initial positive confirmation from the Hamas side” on the “general framework” for a truce in Gaza. He also said that the proposal has been approved by the Israeli side. Many details still need to be worked out.

Israel is creating a ‘buffer zone’ around Gaza

The Israeli military is reportedly demolishing homes in order to create a one-kilometre (0.6-mile) “buffer zone” around the Gaza Strip.



>The most significant of the rumors states that US has tried to ‘quietly’ send signals to Iran via Swiss embassy back channels, which is the main go-to method they’ve used for a long time:

<> It was reported, that the U.S. offered through the Swiss embassy to Iran, to strike one of their sites but Iran should not retaliate. This would allow the US to save face. Looks like it was REJECTED

<“The US sent more than one message to Tehran over the past two days via third parties. Washington's messages said that it did not want an open war and warned that expanding the war would be met with the US action. Tehran rejected Washington's threats and said targeting its territory is a red line, and crossing the line would be met with an appropriate response. Tehran's message said that it does not want a war with Washington either, but it will forcefully confront any American adventure.” — Iranian sources to AJArabic

>Let’s piece this together. First, the above report states that US basically begged Iran to allow it to strike some symbolic targets with the promise that Iran would not retaliate, so that US can get a lick in and save its reputation on the world stage. Iran reportedly replied that no attacks on its territory would be allowed.

>What’s interesting about this is that subsequent reports stated that US is now shifting to potentially a wider scale campaign of attacking Iranian proxies in Syria and Iraq, but not directly attacking Iranian territory. However, they are considering doing cyberattacks on Iran, which would be a sort of ‘compromise’ as it would technically affect Iranian territory but not in an overt physical way. You can see how ridiculous this type of theater gets, as US policy has devolved into nothing more than a delicate and performative balancing act, all for the sake of protecting its golden calf of Israel in the region.


Damn, am I back in Trump presidency?


We never left brother


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Not true. The things that were bad under Trump became okay under Biden.


Anyone want to debunk?


New vids


Mohammed al-Bukhaiti, Ansarallah political bureau member:

If the ruling Zionist elite in Washington and London succeed in implicating the European Union governments in a direct war with Yemen, this does not mean for us that we are in a state of war with its people، because our battle is moral and represents the will of the majority of the European peoples who are struggling to stop the genocide in Gaza.

We salute all the free people in Europe and tell them that we and you are in one trench with the aim of achieving a just and comprehensive peace that guarantees the dignity, safety and security of all countries and peoples of the world, regardless of their nationality and religion.




Mujahideen Brigades:
In the last 24 hours on day 118, our fighters managed to carry out the following military operations:
Striking the zionist military command headquarters and the airfield in the settlement of "Ra'im" with a number of rockets.
Targeting gatherings of vehicles and soldiers of the zionist enemy in southern Gaza with short-range missiles.
Engaging in fierce clashes with the zionist enemy forces in the western areas of Gaza City with appropriate and various weapons.


anyone have that Frantz Fanon quote/text about liberals and perfect victims?


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Hezbollah actions 02/01/24:

Eastern Sector:
09:00: targeting the espionage equipment at the "Radar" site in the occupied Lebanese Shebaa Farms with appropriate weapons, hitting it directly.
15:55: targeting the Al-Samaqa site in the occupied Lebanese Shebaa Farms with rocket weapons, hitting it directly.
16:12: targeting the "Ramtha" site in the occupied Lebanese Shebaa Farms with rocket weapons, hitting it directly.

Western Sector:
21:30: targeting the deployment of "israeli" soldiers around the "Zarit" barracks with rocket weapons, hitting it directly.

Source for this, >>1747504, >>1747503, >>1747499, and >>1747487 is Resistance News Network


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>SUNNY ISLES BEACH, Fla. – The 19-year-old son of an Israeli diplomat will not escape charges after authorities accused him of “intentionally” running over a Sunny Isles Beach police lieutenant over the weekend — at least not based on a diplomatic immunity claim, officials say.

>The U.S. Department of State confirmed Thursday in a statement to Local 10 News that Avraham Gil, despite an initial assertion by his attorneys, is not entitled to claim immunity based on his father’s position at the consulate.

>“The Department is aware of this incident,” a State Department spokesperson said. “We can confirm that, as the dependent of an Israeli consular officer, the concerned individual is not entitled to civil or criminal immunity.”

Israelis seem to actually believe the /pol/ memes about the US bowing to Israel.


This guy looks like yanderedev


>Mohamed Hadid, worth $5 million
>things that don't happen
>welfare queens sans frontiers
Yeah, anon, that shit does not need debunking; it is blatantly sadistic and dehumanizing.

But in actuality, it is just a testament to how dire the situation is for all Palestinians; there is no evidence to believe that it is corrupt, nor did they even try to present any. This is just basic logic son, pay more attention and be more critical, and maybe study inductive reasoning.


I’m dying


Kinda makes you wonder whether he has some kinda objection to what is going on, and the forces that are supporting it. He looks real distressed.


Ansarallah Commander, Sayyed Abdulmalik Badr El-Din Al-Houthi's speech today, February 1st, 2024:

The "israeli" enemy continues to commit all kinds of heinous crimes, resulting in hundreds of martyrs and wounded daily.
The enemy detains Palestinians and resorts to binding and stripping them in a violation of human dignity, before executing them in cold blood.
The "israeli" enemy kills the people of Gaza with American, British, German, and other countries' missiles and shells.
One of the most painful and regrettable scenes of the suffering of the wounded is the surgical amputation of limbs without anesthesia.
The "israeli" enemy, with all audacity and in a unique behavior, indicative of its moral and humanitarian bankruptcy, declares hospitals as primary targets for its military operations: whenever the enemy targets a camp, a city, or a neighborhood, the primary target for the military operation is a hospital.
The "israeli" enemy does not want anyone to remain in the hospitals to provide healthcare to the Palestinian people, nor for medicine and medical staff to be available, killing some and arresting others.
Patients suffer greatly in Gaza, with the spread of infectious diseases among the displaced.
The severe zionist siege on the Gaza Strip continues, with deaths from hunger among the displaced.
There are no considerations for human rights and international law if it conflicts with American and "israeli" interests.
Alongside killing, destruction, ruin, and displacement, the zionist enemy targets UNRWA, and America fully adopts its campaign.
Since the establishment of UNRWA, it has provided minimal services to the people of Gaza under Western and American supervision, with a primary role in monitoring by those entities.
The campaign against UNRWA came after the decision of the so-called International Court of Justice to stop the crimes of killing and genocide in Gaza.
After the decision of the International Court of Justice, food and medicine were supposed to enter Gaza and contribute to reducing the genocide crimes.
The Americans led the campaign against UNRWA and incited other countries to stop their minimal and limited aid. They try to ensure that the Palestinian people do not have what they need to survive, and that they lack security.
The Palestinian people were not safe in UNRWA schools they took refuge in, which are under the protection of the United Nations.
Targeting the displaced in UNRWA schools shows the tyranny of America and the humanitarian bankruptcy of the West, which initiated the announcement of stopping UNRWA aid.
In the face of the great oppression of the Palestinian people, the international community continues to betray them by not taking serious action to stop the zionist crimes.
The decision of the International Court of Justice was weak and did not meet the standards of of justice.
The right and fair position from the International Court of Justice is a decision or verdict to stop the aggression and siege on Gaza and to stop the criminality in the West Bank.
The people of the West Bank suffer daily from killings, home invasions, kidnappings, and displacement.
As a result of American intervention, the "israeli" enemy is almost exempt from all decisions, judgments, and positions announced by international institutions.
It is a great shame for countries that the "israeli" enemy is an accepted member of the United Nations.
Since the beginning of the enemy entity's entry as a member of the United Nations, it has been against justice and fairness and has been a crime against the Palestinian people.
In Europe and Western societies, there are free voices that have begun to oppose American policies and the policy of open support for the "israeli" enemy, with unprecedented exposure
The activities of the communities in America and the West in conveying the oppression of the Palestinian people have infiltrated the media blackout in favor of the [zionist] lobby.
The live depiction of the oppression and tragedy of the dear Palestinian people affects anyone who has a shred of humanity left.
Indifference is the prevailing attitude of many regimes and rulers at the level of the Islamic world and the Arab region.
Events continue, and the oppression and tragedy worsen, yet the consciences of the rulers have not awakened and they have become dormant.
There are reports of some Arab and Islamic countries supplying the "israeli" enemy with goods due to the shortage resulting from the Yemeni stance in the Red Sea and the Bab Al-Mandab Strait, which is regrettable.
The Palestinian people are in dire need of food and medicine, suffering from extreme hunger, while some are providing fruits and various goods to the zionist enemy!
The great and honorable position is the steadfastness of the fighters in Gaza despite the magnitude of the aggression and tragedy.
One of the most important and striking developments this week is the Al-Qassam Brigades' rocket strikes on "Tel Aviv." It has a very significant implication in the context of the comprehensive destruction of the Strip and the control and presentation of illusory achievements.
The "israeli" enemy failed to achieve its goals and to decisively control the situation in the Gaza Strip.
The success of the fighters in Gaza is an argument against the Arabs and Muslims because if they had provided support, the movement would have been more effective and could have led to the liberation of Palestine.
Hezbollah continues to provide support, and the Lebanese front is painful and troublesome for the zionist enemy.
The fighters in Iraq affirm the continuation of their operations targeting the "israeli" enemy.
The front in Yemen is one of the fronts that initiated since the beginning of the events in Gaza, as part of a complete and comprehensive stance at all levels.
The summary of our military operations this week: 10 operations in the Red Sea and the Bab Al-Mandab Strait targeted ships associated with the "israeli", American, and British enemies, and the situation, by the grace of Allah, is effective and impactful.
The "israeli" enemy is desperate about the possibility of continuing maritime navigation in its favor in the Red Sea through the Bab Al-Mandab Strait.
The commercial movement to the port of Umm Al-Rashrash ["Eilat"] and the ports of occupied Palestine ports has become weak and rare.
Precise aerial surveillance by the Armed Forces has enabled the acquisition of necessary information to know the destination of ships to any Palestinian port. With the ability to obtain information, there is strong readiness to target any ship destined for the "israeli" enemy.
When America and Britain involved themselves, they put themselves in a predicament, ensuring their ships, warships, and hostile movements remain targets.
Our Armed Forces are the ones actually providing security for international navigation in the Red Sea, and we have actually proven that the target is ships linked to the zionist enemy.
Those who coordinate with the naval forces pass without any problem, and the Americans were exposed in several operations attempting to cause problems for some ships.
The Americans, in their aggression and attempts to protect "israeli" ships, clearly failed; they recognized their own failure and incompetence. The American and British cannot even protect their ships and their naval vessels, such as destroyers and warships, from targeting.
We cannot remain silent or just watch our brothers in Gaza suffer; the enemy must pay a heavy price for that.
We continue our military stance in naval operations as long as the aggression and siege on Gaza continue.
Instead of opening wars, the American president should first deal with his country's crises and the problems created by his policies. The world witnessed the recent crisis in America between the Governor of Texas and the American president, which nearly escalated to the point of fighting.
The aggression against our country will not affect our stance, but it will influence us to develop our military capabilities, which is clear to the Americans and they feel it in the missiles.
The British should learn a lesson from their ship that burned from night to night and will inflict harm on themselves and their economy without result.
The American and British strikes are unsuccessful, have no impact, and they will not limit our military capabilities.
One of the signs of failure is America's attempt to seek China's help to mediate and persuade to stop our operations supporting the Palestinian people.
The Chinese understand that their interest is not in following the American lead and understand what the American is doing in Taiwan.
Military mobilization is one of the most important activities that mobilize our people in the context of increasing readiness to support the Palestinian people: 165,429 individuals have been trained and qualified in military courses in the community setting.
During the period of aggression on our country, 600,000 were trained in general, leadership, and specialized training, according to specialists.
These capabilities and resources in our country, from everything that has been built, prepared, and equipped, are in service of the supportive stance for the Palestinian people.
America will not succeed with its ineffective and failed strikes, nor with its ridiculous classifications that hold no value to our people.
The American, British, and the Jewish zionist lobby behind them should take note of the effectiveness and impact of our people's movement.
The repercussions and effects of the enemies' crimes against the Palestinian people in Gaza had the opposite results of their goals in breaking the will of our peoples.
Marches, demonstrations, activities, and stands in support of Gaza are among the most important activities for our dear people.
No people have come out as our people have—in millions in the capital Sana'a and the provinces—on the level of our Islamic world or any country in the world.
The number of marches in the capital and the provinces reached 1,351, a huge number unmatched in any country.
The popular movement complements, supports, fosters, and is fundamental to the military stance, which is the pinnacle of our people's position.
Our country's stance is comprehensive on all levels, and this correct stance should continue because the "israeli" aggression continues.
When our forces strike a ship or destroyer involved in protecting zionist crimes, the enemies remember that behind these strikes is a people coming out in millions.
Our country's stance in supporting the Palestinian people is admired by many free people in the world, even in Western countries.
I highly commend the brothers working and supporting to make the military courses, marches, and stands successful.
Our people's activity is distinctive in boycotting American and "israeli" goods, with an official decision and popular direction that needs more attention.
Every Muslim individual can make a decision in their purchases, and boycotting American and "israeli" goods affects the enemies.
Those who fall short in boycotting American and "israeli" goods are greatly at fault.
The Jewish zionists reap billions from our Islamic world, and boycotting is an effective and available weapon, with bad consequences for negligence.
There is a distinction in our country's media activity that must continue, develop, and expand to convey the oppression of the Palestinian people.
A single scene of tragedy in Palestine can leave more impact than 100 lectures and more than 1,000 words because it presents a live picture of the Palestinian people's oppression.
Awareness-raising activity is one of the most important activities ever in a stage where some Arab regimes seek to present a falsified image of the "israeli" enemy.
It is important to spread awareness among the younger generation because current events expose the "israeli" and American enemy and show their true nature.
We need awareness in this particular stage as the Arab memory is weak and always needs reminding and evidence.
With the clear evidence of American, "israeli", and Western crimes, there is a great opportunity to spread awareness.
Normalization with the "israeli" enemy is a denial of Islamic values and a misguided direction towards loss by the standard of interest.
Those who weaken even to the level of going out to the streets for a few hours one day a week, how will they stand before the rest of the other actions?
Those who feel lethargy and boredom, witness what is happening in Palestine, listen and heed the cries and pleas of children and women.
It is necessary to continue moving and weekly outings within the framework of a comprehensive stance and to continue on all fronts.
As long as the aggression continues against us, we must strive to elevate our stance and develop our actions and activities.
I direct our dear people to go out tomorrow, God willing, in a massive turnout in the Sabeen Square and the rest of the provinces.


You're laughing. The greatest empire in the history of the world has to beg its mortal enemy to let them bomb it without retaliation, and you're laughing.





- Edward from "Camp Lazlo"


>The US Treasury announced sanctions on four settlers
I wonder what the reaction inside Israel is to that.

Am I reading that right? The US asked Iran if they could bomb their country without going to war? What?


America and Iran have been playing these stupid games for a while, remember when Iran bombed a US base in retaliation for that general the US killed but made sure to warn them first so they could evacuate the personnel.


>The US asked Iran if they could bomb their country without going to war? What?
<US rules based international order
<Rule #439856
<When the US administration back channel asks you to help them save face you do it and take the payoff later
Persians simply cannot respect the RBIO


The US doesn't want the war to escalate, but they have to do something about being attacked. They asked for permission to bomb some symbolic locations to save face and Tehran told them to go pound sand. So now they're going to bomb Syria and Iraq instead, lol.


every palestinian organization and many palestinians has referenced the ongoing protests as a source of inspiration and reassurance, and the protests continually put pressure on the zionist narrative and keep media attention on the zionists genocidal actions.

pro-palestinian protests are genuinely one of the few times protesting is influential in itself, because mass expression of actual unequivocal support for palestinians is a direct challenge to the international complacency israel depends on


>Am I reading that right? The US asked Iran if they could bomb their country without going to war? What?
You're waking up to just how much of American hegemony is theater.


Arab Americans protest Biden during trip to Michigan

“Joe Biden has to win the Arab American vote in Michigan. Without Michigan, it’s unlikely he gets back to the White House,” Al Jazeera correspondent Patty Culhane reported.

“The level of anger here, you can feel it,” she added. “I’ve asked several people if there’s anything Joe Biden could do at this point to change your mind? Would you ever vote for him? And they said no, he’s lost to us forever,” she added.

Belgium to summon Israeli ambassador over bombing of development office in Gaza

Belgium’s Minister of Development Cooperation Caroline Gennez has said that she and Foreign Minister Hadja Lahbib will summon Israel’s ambassador over the destruction of a building hosting the Belgian Agency for Development Cooperation in Gaza.

UK could recognise Palestine before a final peace deal with Israel: Cameron

British Foreign Secretary David Cameron says his country could officially recognise a Palestinian state after a ceasefire in Gaza without waiting for the outcome of what could be years-long talks between Israel and the Palestinians on a two-state solution.

UK recognition of an independent state of Palestine, including in the United Nations, “can’t come at the start of the process, but it doesn’t have to be the very end of the process”, Cameron, the former British prime minister, has told the AP news agency.

Israeli forces raid Jenin, Nablus and Hebron in the occupied West Bank

Israeli forces have conducted raids in the cities of Jenin, Nablus and Hebron in the occupied West Bank tonight, the Wafa news agency reports.

Local media is also reporting raids and arrests in the following locations:

>The town of al-Mazra’a al-Sharqiya, north of Ramallah

<The towns of Baqat al-Hatab and Hajjah, east of Qalqilya
>The town of Beit Fajjar, south of Bethlehem
<A man has been arrested in the town of Azzun, east of Qalqilya
>A man has been arrested in the village of Baqat al-Hatab, east of Qalqiliya

Australian police confirm offensive slogan not chanted at Sydney demonstration

An independent investigation has determined with “overwhelming certainty” that video footage appearing to show pro-Palestinian protesters chanting “gas the Jews” outside Australia’s Sydney Opera House was wrongly captioned, police have said.

Police in the Australian state of New South Wales said an expert from the National Centre of Biometric Science who examined audio and visual files of the protest found that demonstrators had actually chanted, “Where’s the Jews?”.

Israeli forces storm al-Amal Hospital again

The Palestine Red Crescent Society says Israeli forces stormed the compound of al-Amal Hospital in Khan Younis for the third time on Thursday. The hospital has been under siege by Israeli forces for days and supplies inside the facility are running critically low.

A dozen bodies recovered from rubble in Khan Younis: Report

The bodies of 12 people have been found under the rubble of a house destroyed by an Israeli air strike in Khan Younis, according to local news agency, the Palestinian Information Center.

The agency said the house was bombed “weeks ago” in the al-Sika area of the city in southern Gaza, but the bodies were only just retrieved.


Is it worthwhile to send money to the UNRWA? Will it go to help Palestinians?


Unless you have 600 mil. to spare, don't bother. It's dead.


Correction: 900 million.

More countries suspended funding. EU, Japan, Sweden, France, Austria, New Zealand, Iceland, Romania, and Estonia.

UNRWA funding for 2023 was 1.16 billion.


glad to hear he'll only beat the charges because his family can get him a real lawyer.


AP-NORC poll: Half of US adults no longer stand by 'Israel' and Biden

A new poll from The Associated Press- NORC Center for Public Affairs Research revealed that half of US adults say that the Israeli genocide in Gaza has “gone too far” as a result of mainly growing disapproval among Republicans and political independents.

In the wider sense, the poll shows support for "Israel" and the Biden administration’s involvement in the genocide is gradually decreasing as only 31% of US adults approve of Biden’s actions regarding the genocide, including just 46% of Democrats in contrast with the previous support for "Israel' after October 7.

Melissa Morales, a 36-year-old political independent in Runnemede, New Jersey, shared that she watches videos and news from Gaza daily, and witnessing images of Palestinian children wounded, orphaned, or unhoused due to the Israeli genocide in Gaza makes her mind go to her 3-year-old boy.

“I just can’t even imagine, like, my son roaming the streets, wanting to be safe. Wanting his mom. Or just wanting someone to get him,” she expressed. She added that the Israeli crimes have gone too far as well as the Biden administration's support of the latter as he has been continuously and deliberately supporting "Israel" since October 7. Even though the Biden administration has been claiming that it's pressing "Israel" to reduce its murder of Palestinians and allow humanitarian aid, it has shown nothing but increasing support for the IOF amid the rising death toll exceeding 27,000 martyrs.

“These kids … they’re needing the end of this,” Morales stressed. “It’s such an unfair fight.”

On the other hand, John Milor, a cybersecurity expert in Clovis, California, who describes himself as a Republican-voting independent, says he remains “100% behind Israel."

IOF withdraws from parts of west Gaza amid fierce Resistance operations

Al Mayadeen's correspondent in Gaza reported that as a result of Resistance's defensive operations, the Israeli occupation forces withdrew their vehicles from the al-Aqsa University and Al-Amal and Al-Kheir hospitals' vicinities in Khan Younis. The IOF also withdrew from the al-Atatra and al-Soudaniya areas in western Gaza, toward "Zikim".

However, our correspondent confirmed that the IOF are still besieging Tal al-Hawa and Sheikh Ajlain, relentlessly bombing them, particularly residential compounds. The IOF also detonated a residential square in the town of Qaizan al-Najjar in southern Khan Younis.

On Thursday, our correspondent reported that the IOF withdrew from areas such as al-Zawaida, al-Nuseirat, al-Karama, al-Tawam, and the Communication Towers, located northwest of the northern Gaza Strip. This marks the first time the Israeli occupation forces have withdrawn from areas in central Gaza, including al-Maghazi and al-Bureij refugee camps.

Additionally, Israeli occupation forces withdrew from al-Rashid Street in the western part of the Gaza Strip, as well as from Beit Lahia, Jabalia, and Beit Hanoun in the northern part of the Gaza Strip.

He further continued by explaining that "Israeli tanks retreated from the northern and northwestern confrontation axes of the Gaza Strip," adding that Palestinians were starting to return to their homes in al-Sudaniyah and al-Saftawi areas following the Israeli withdrawal.


$30 billion transportation giant Kuehne+Nagel (K+N) formally announced the termination of its business relationships with Elbit Systems, the zionist entity's largest weapons manufacturer, following a series of direct actions by Palestine Action. A direct action targeting K+N's Leicester office started in May 2023, including breaking windows and spray painting the inside, followed by several other actions.
These actions led K+N to disguise its transport of Elbit's weaponry from its subsidiary, UAV Tactical Systems, which was followed by a double direct action targeting the Milton Keynes branch and an insurance firm in London, in which windows were smashed and buildings covered in paint, demanding cutting ties with Elbit.
Palestine Action targeted K+N after learning of its contacts with Elbit through a a whistleblower, as K+N would transport drone technology from the Elbit UAV Tactical Systems factory in Leicester. K+N also historically transported weapons to Apartheid-era South Africa, facilitated by the zionist entity.
K+N's cessation of relations with Elbit signifies the growing operational and public relations risks associated with their association with Elbit.
This victory comes after direct actions forced companies such as iO associates (recruiters), Fisher German (property managers of Elbit's Shenstone factory), and website hosts for Elbit's Leicester factory, to also sever ties with the zionist arms producer, underscoring the effectiveness of direct action against zionist targets.
A Palestine Action spokesperson said: “All companies associated with Israeli weapons makers Elbit Systems must follow suit and end their links with Israel’s genocide of the Palestinian people. Palestine Action will continue to target all those who facilitate the production of Elbit’s weaponry, which is 'battle-tested' on the Palestinian people. In solidarity with Palestine, we will not stop until Elbit ceases to exist.”
Read more here: https://www.palestineaction.org/kuehne-nagel-victory.
You may find Elbit-associated targets in the UK here, http://elbitsites.uk, and in the US at https://act.progressive.international/out-palestine.


From today's marches in Yemen:



Yea, >>1747837 , UNRWA is done by the next month or two without its main funders, you'll have to just wait and see what happens, tbh this is quite a big happening IMHO, it's already causing rifts in the UN and EU.


Think we can expect similar hostility towards the ICJ or UN itself from the western empires if it ultimately rules against Israel?


Thanks to all Anons gathering/translating information and posting it here. It's not said nearly enough.
Don't let lack of immediate response discourage you. Individual events and moments can be hard to grasp by themselves, but the information is still valuable especially when put next to and against other bits of information.


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><> It was reported, that the U.S. offered through the Swiss embassy to Iran, to strike one of their sites but Iran should not retaliate. This would allow the US to save face. Looks like it was REJECTED
"bleez led me bmomb yuo so I dond loog bad ::DDD"


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<We salute all the free people in Europe and tell them that we and you are in one trench with the aim of achieving a just and comprehensive peace that guarantees the dignity, safety and security of all countries and peoples of the world, regardless of their nationality and religion.
We salute you Mr Ansar Allah 🫡



USAAF will strike Syria at any moment


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Another politician scared for their safety.
What do you think /leftypol/?


so sad 😭


The US has already been laying the ground work for a post-UN hegemony called “the rules based international order,” discarding all appeals “international law”. They basically don’t refer to international law in official rhetoric anymore and haven’t for years.


These animals don't feel shame, fear is the only language they understand.
Make bourgeois politicians terrified again


<dissent detected
<send in the goons
>fear is the only language they understand
yep. get them when they think they're safe. put a knee on their neck. make them say they'll do something


American airstrikes targeted sites in Ayyash, Al-Mayadin, and Al-Bukamal in eastern Syria and near the Iraqi border. Local sources report at least three martyrs.

Yemeni Armed Forces:
In the name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful.
The Almighty said: "O you who have believed, if you support Allah, He will support you and plant firmly your feet."
This is the Truth of Allah Almighty.
In support of the oppressed Palestinian people who are still subjected to aggression and siege to this moment:
The missile force of the Yemeni Armed Forces, with the help of Allah the Almighty, carried out a military operation against specific targets of the "israeli" enemy in the Umm Al-Rashrash ["Eilat"] area in southern occupied Palestine with several ballistic missiles
The Yemeni Armed Forces confirm their continuation in performing their religious, ethical, and humanitarian duties towards the oppressed Palestinian people, in response to the calls of our free Yemeni people and the calls of all the free people of our Arab and Islamic nation.
The Yemeni Armed Forces will not hesitate to carry out more military operations against the zionist enemy on land and sea until the aggression stops and the siege on the Palestinian people in the Gaza Strip is lifted.
Allah is sufficient for us, and He is the best Disposer of affairs, the best Master and the best Helper.
Long live Yemen, free, dignified, and independent.
Victory to Yemen and all the free people of the nation.
Sana'a, 22 Rajab 1445H
Corresponding to February 2, 2024
Issued by the Yemeni Armed Forces.


Mujahideen Brigades:
The most significant operations carried out by the knights of the Mujahideen Brigades on day 119 in the last 24 hours include:
Bombarding the gatherings of vehicles and soldiers of the zionist enemy in the axes of advance in the west of Gaza City with barrages of short-range rockets.
Targeting a zionist Merkava tank with an anti-tank shell in the vicinity of Burj Al-Sousi in Gaza City, hitting it directly.
Engaging in fierce clashes with the forces of the zionist enemy with various and appropriate weapons around Bashir Tower and Al-Rish Street in Gaza City, causing direct and confirmed injuries among them.
Targeting the position and deployment of the zionist enemy soldiers southwest of Gaza City with mortar shells, achieving direct hits on the targeted zionist forces.


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is leftypol looking forward to war on terror 2.0?


Syrian sources reported that the recent American aggression targeted 12 sites in eastern Syria in Al-Mayadin, Al-Bukamal, and the vicinity of the Al-Qaim crossing near the Iraqi border.
10 martyrs have ascended, including three from the Syrian Popular Defense Forces. At least 18 have been wounded.
The airstrikes are ongoing since they began an hour ago. American officials stated that it is the beginning of a long military campaign.


>we must go after Iran backed proxies
>Goes after Assad




the Great Satan falling to the Assad curse would be just 👌


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I wish for this to happen so america will be militarily defeated and leftypol ascendant


I might actually convert to Islam


i actually tried this mixed results


what happened?


it kinda sux too many rules muslims too judgemental too sectarian etc etc etc but the occultic powers of islamic sufism are very powerful spiritual techniques


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The ongoing American aggression on eastern Syria and western Iraq has targeted 85 sites so far with 125 precision-guided missiles, according to US officials. An Iraqi security source confirmed that the headquarters of the Popular Mobilization Forces was targeted in Qaim on the Syrian-Iraqi border, and 6 of the strikes were inside Iraq.
The strikes are continuing at this moment, and several martyrs have ascended.

American sources revealed that the American aggression against Syria and Iraq is expected to last several days. Additionally, the normalizing Jordanian regime is expected to join the operation, with its aircraft bombing targets in a demonstration of "solidarity with the US."
The US bombing campaign of eastern Syria is continuing up to this moment, and power has been completely cut off from Deir Ezzor in eastern Syria due to the aggression.

Iraqi Armed Forces:
The cities of Al-Qaim and the Iraqi border areas are subjected to airstrikes by United States aircraft. These strikes come at a time when Iraq is striving to ensure the stability of the region.
These strikes constitute a violation of Iraqi sovereignty and undermine the efforts of the Iraqi government, posing a threat that will pull Iraq and the region to undesirable consequences, with severe implications for security and stability in Iraq and the region.
Special Forces Major General
Yahya Rasool Abdullah
Spokesman for the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces
February 3, 2024

The resistance targets the US military base at the occupied Conoco oil field in eastern Syria with a rocket barrage, moments after a series of violent American airstrikes in the area. The US forces have launched flares and sirens in the base.

A fire broke out at the American military base in the occupied Conoco oil field in eastern Syria after it was targeted by a rocket barrage by the resistance moments ago. Smoke is rising from the area now.

Hezbollah actions 02/02/24

Eastern Sector:
15:50: targeting the Ruwaisat Al-Alam site in the Kafr Shuba hills and the occupied Lebanese Shebaa Farms with rocket weapons and achieving a direct hit.
16:40: targeting the deployment of "israeli" enemy soldiers in the vicinity of the Ruwaisat Al-Alam site with rocket weapons and achieving direct hits.
Western Sector:
17:20: targeting a building in the "Avivim" settlement with appropriate weapons and achieving a direct hit, in response to "israeli" aggressions on the southern villages and civilian homes, the latest being the raid on the cooperative in the town of Jebbine.




>The resistance targets the US military base at the occupied Conoco oil field in eastern Syria with a rocket barrage, moments after a series of violent American airstrikes in the area. The US forces have launched flares and sirens in the base.
Didn't the Iraqi militas not say thru were chilling on the attacks not days ago?
Americans are next level retarded.


only the iraqi hezbollah brigades said they would other groupies no idea. some say iran wasnt involved and eyeraqi government convinced them to stop attacks.


>125 precision-guided missiles
>In 2020 the Navy has around 4,000 Tomahawks
Uhh, sir?


To be clear, that was only Kata'ib Hezbollah, the largest but not the only group in the Islamic Resistance in Iraq.


Syrian journalist Mohammad Dabaa reports:
In conjunction with the American terrorist aggression,
ISIS also attacks the Iraqi Army and Popular Mobilization Forces points in the 160th kilometer area on the Al-Sakkar highway, and the clashes are still continuing.


So… the US has launched more cruise missiles against Yemen and Syria in one month than in their whole bombing campaign against Serbia?

The Yemeni blockade must be hurting their pockets really really badly.


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The Suez canal is a big fucking deal. So are Saudi Arabia's ports on the Red Sea.


>The /pol/yp had not the slightest recollection of the day before, he rattled off his same old nonsense as though nothing at all had happened, and, if indignantly challenged, affected amazement; he couldn't remember a thing, except that he had proved the correctness of his assertions the previous day.


not true. The I knew a Jewish zoomer who was the poorest one in his New York neighborhood. His sister has low functioning Autism, so he's an unemployed caretaker living off of welfare and his mom with college debt.


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I'm fucking loving it.


I don't care which portion of Jews are Zionists and which portion of Zionists are Jews.


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I don't deny most Germans voted for the Nazi Party, either. That doesn't mean I hate the German people.


Germany should have been dismantled after WW2 after WW1 really


Because all Zionists get the bullet. Regardless of any additional features.


Damn. Thought the /pol/tard had more in him before dropping his fucking spaghetti.


All Germanys culture-fuckery was due to Prussian aristocratic autism and its desire to control the German states.


Someone post the stalin and adorno quotes praising germany for ending british power


Post Chin


Post bookchin*



Yemenis ditch UAE–Saudi coalition for Gaza

While the Red Sea military operations of Yemeni resistance movement Ansarallah have shaken up geopolitical calculations of Israel’s war on Gaza, they have also had far-reaching consequences on the country's internal political and military dynamics.

By successfully obstructing Israeli vessels from traversing the strategic Bab al-Mandab Strait, the Ansarallah-led Sanaa government has emerged as a powerful symbol of resistance in defense of the Palestinian people – a cause deeply popular across Yemen's many demographics. Sanaa's position stands in stark contrast to that of the Saudi and Emirati-backed government in Aden, which, to the horror of Yemenis, welcomed attacks by US and British forces on 12 January.

The US–UK airstrikes have offended Yemenis fairly universally, prompting some heavyweight internal defections. Quite suddenly, Sanaa has transformed into a destination for a number of Yemeni militias previously aligned with the UAE and Saudi Arabia, now publicly declaring their allegiance to Ansarallah.

One such figure, Colonel Hussein al-Qushaybi, formerly with the Saudi–UAE coalition forces, announced in a tweet:

>I am Colonel Hussein al-Qushaybi, I declare my resignation from my rank and my defection from the Legitimacy Army [army backed by Saudi-led coalition] that did not allow us, as members of the Ministry of Defense, to show solidarity with Palestine.

<My message to army members: Go back to your homes, for our leaders have begun to protect Zionist ships at sea and support the [Israeli] entity, even if they try to deceive, but their support has become clear and it is still there.

Qushaybi claims he was incarcerated in Saudi prisons for 50 days – along with other Yemeni officers – for his outspoken defense of Gaza, during which he endured torture and interrogation by an Israeli intelligence officer.

Major Hammam al-Maqdishi, responsible for personal protection of Yemen's former Defense Minister in the coalition-backed government, has also arrived in Sanaa, pledging allegiance to Ansarallah.

Simultaneously, a leaked 'top-secret' document from the Saudi-backed, UN-recognized Yemeni Ministry of Defense instructs military leaders to suppress any sympathy or support for Hamas or Ansarallah, as “this might arouse the ire of brotherly and friendly countries” – an implicit reference to Saudi Arabia and the UAE.

The wave of defections within the ranks of Saudi–Emirati coalition forces is not limited to officers. Many regular troops have openly rebelled against their commanders – abandoning their positions and pledging allegiance to Ansarallah – following the recent airstrikes on Yemen. Dozens of these soldiers have been arrested and detained for displaying solidarity with Gaza.

Yemeni news reports claim the US government, in a missive to the coalition's Chief of Staff Saghir bin Aziz, expressed “dissatisfaction” with the lack of solidarity among his forces and demanded action.

While this trend of defections in the Saudi–Emirati coalition is not entirely new, it has accelerated considerably since the onset of the war in Gaza and the recent US-UK strikes on Yemen.

Last February, high-ranking coalition officers, including brigade commanders from various fronts, began a series of defections, though none as significant as the current rebellion.

These earlier defections were primarily driven by financial conditions and dissatisfaction with Saudi Arabia and the UAE for their dismissal of military commanders associated with the Islah Party (Muslim Brotherhood in Yemen), who were replaced by members of the UAE-backed Southern Transitional Council (STC) militias and those commanded by Tariq Saleh, nephew of pro-Saudi former Yemeni president Ali Abdullah Saleh.

Most of these defections were by officer and troops associated with the Islah Party during a time when the foreign coalition began marginalizing the party's military and political leadership, and dismantling several military sectors under their control – in favor of the UAE-controlled STC.

Now, the Gaza war has the Islah Party leadership fully breaking with its old alliances. As party official Mukhtar al-Rahbi tweeted upon the launch of US-UK strikes:

> Any Yemeni who stands with the US, UK, and the countries of the coalition protecting Zionist ships should reconsider their Yemeni identity and Arab affiliation. These countries protect and support the Zionist entity, and when Yemen closed the Red Sea and the Arabian Sea to the ships of this terrorist entity, this dirty alliance struck Yemen and punished it for its noble stance towards Gaza and Palestine.

In response to the latest western aggression against Yemen, media outlets affiliated with the STC and its supporters have launched a campaign against Ansarallah and the Palestinian resistance, casting doubt on the Yemeni resistance movement's capabilities and motives. But, their efforts have backfired badly, instead leading to widespread public fury in the country's southern regions controlled by the UAE and Saudi-backed government.

Their anger is directed at the Aden-based government's perceived alignment with Israel's regional projects, sparking both protests and symbolic acts, such as burning pictures of UAE President Mohammed bin Zayed and the Israeli flag.

According to Fernando Carvajal, a former member of the UN Security Council's Yemen expert team, Ansarallah have managed to leverage – to their benefit – the untenable position of Abu Dhabi, which normalized relations with Israel as part of the 2020 US-brokered Abraham Accords. This, he argues, has helped them gain widespread support both within Yemen and internationally.

In the wake of this unexpected public outrage, the STC has experienced a further wave of defections within its ranks. Several leaders have joined the Southern Revolutionary Movement, and openly expressed their objective of liberating southern Yemen from what they see as "Saudi–Emirati occupation."

Amidst the wave of military realignments, prominent Al-Mahra tribal Sheikh Ali al-Huraizi – arguably the most influential figure in eastern Yemen – has come out to praise Ansarallah's military operations against Israel-bound shipping in the Red Sea, hailing its actions as a resolute and national response to the suffering of the Palestinian people.

Huraizi stressed that the US and British aggression against Yemen was launched to protect the Zionist state, because Ansarallah's targeted strikes were negatively impacting Israel's economy. Calling for unity among Yemenis, the tribal leader urged steadfast resistance against Israeli influence in the country. He also called on other Yemeni factions to follow the bold leadership of Abdul-Malik al-Houthi as a means to halt the genocide taking place in Gaza.

Yemen's deteriorating economic conditions, currency collapse in coalition-ruled areas, and ongoing conflicts among southern militias have left many Yemenis disillusioned with Emirati and Saudi proxies, whom they had hoped would bring – at the very least – economic prosperity.

In contrast, the Ansarallah-led Sanaa government has managed to maintain a relatively stable economic situation in the areas under its control, despite the foreign-backed war aimed at toppling it. This disparity has led to a growing sentiment among UAE-aligned soldiers that they are merely pawns fighting for the interests of Persian Gulf Arab rulers, without receiving due recognition from these governments.

The contrasting stances on Palestine between the coalition and Ansarallah have deepened the Yemeni divide since the events of 7 October. Sanaa's support for the Palestinian cause has significantly boosted its domestic standing, while US–UK strikes on the country have complicated their Persian Gulf allies' position by prioritizing Israeli interests over all other calculations.

Disillusionment with the coalition will have profound political and military implications for Yemen, reshaping alliances, and casting the UAE and Saudi Arabia as national adversaries. Palestine continues to serve as a revealing litmus test throughout West Asia – and now in Yemen too – exposing those who only-rhetorically claim the mantle of justice and Arab solidarity.


>The US–UK airstrikes have offended Yemenis fairly universally, prompting some heavyweight internal defections. Quite suddenly, Sanaa has transformed into a destination for a number of Yemeni militias previously aligned with the UAE and Saudi Arabia, now publicly declaring their allegiance to Ansarallah.

>One such figure, Colonel Hussein al-Qushaybi, formerly with the Saudi–UAE coalition forces, announced in a tweet:

>I am Colonel Hussein al-Qushaybi, I declare my resignation from my rank and my defection from the Legitimacy Army [army backed by Saudi-led coalition] that did not allow us, as members of the Ministry of Defense, to show solidarity with Palestine.

><My message to army members: Go back to your homes, for our leaders have begun to protect Zionist ships at sea and support the [Israeli] entity, even if they try to deceive, but their support has become clear and it is still there.



It's worse for Europe than it is for the US, economically speaking. Most US shipping is across the Pacific. For the US it seems more about the embarrassment of Yemen refusing to tow the line and Washington not being able to do anything about it.


>famine looms
yeah, just a regular, naturally occurring famine going on


Holy shit, nice observation anon


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Anyone got combat footage from today?


I posted here, nothing else for today.


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Badass big booty influencer conscript who has never seen an actual insurgent beatin' the fuck outta defenseless gazans with no rights. Jelly much, Islamists ???


Al Jazeera are saying the US directly attacked Iranian military positions in Syria and Iraq rather than just their proxies. How do anons think Iran will respond? Will they cuck out? They've yet to provide an official response.


They've bombed three countries in the space of a month.


Why speculate, when we can just wait and see?


Going after Assad immediately after you have provoked his ally Russia into 3 years of intense militarization. idk guys.


hate to break it to you but assad is alawite


I know but it's still a Muslim majority country, and it's the broader Islamic resistance that's fighting.


Why are American politicians like this?
>you haven't seen all the pictures of babies being killed?
<These are not innocent Palestinian civilians.

>What about the half a million people starving to death?

<The half a million people starving to death are people that should go out there and put a government in place that doesn't go out there and attack Israel on a daily basis

>they destroyed more infrastructure in Gaza than they did in Dresden, so that is like carpet bombing.

<And there’s more that needs to be destroyed.


Because they just repeat Israeli talking points for some reason.


>American consulate in Florence attacked
>the attack consisted in two molotov bombs that didn't even hit the building
>After that, some group calling itself "the whole world is Hamas" claimed responsibility for the attack
>A 21 yo born in Italy from Palestinian parents is being interrogated by police
This glows hard.


<some kid impassioned by everyday does temhe natural and proper thing
<hur dur sur, this must be da work of le fedz!
I really despise most of you worthless cunts.
Sincerely wish you fat burgoid scums would crash your mobility scooters and die violently.


I'm not a burgoid, you fuck. Do not dare. If that dumbass goes to jail under 41 bis, he's basically going to be buried alive like Nadia Desdemona Lioce. And for what? In the last 30 years, there has never been as much popular support for Palestine in Italy as there is right now.


<Bro just do a lame attack which doesn't even set a building on fire and proclaim support for listed terrorist groups so you can go to jail for decades.
This is why anarchists never win.


Because nobody's made them fear for their worthless lives in recent memory.


<noo I'm ita!
And yet you have the brain of your average mentally handicapped burger shut-un.
>. If that dumbass goes to jail under 41 bis, he's basically going to be buried alive like Nadia Desdemona Lioce.
And so your solution instead of solidarity with and political education of the youth is instead of admitting your own failures to educate and agitate instead you choose to fedjacket him
Worthless. Of no use to anybody. Dirty American by brain if not blood. Probably better off dead.

Gratz faggot.


>Hyper aggressive moron
>all action is good action
So why aren't you in jail? Just asking, consistency and all.


Do us a favor and blow up yourself inside the local american embassy.
Or israeli, that'd be even better.


He is a prophet of nihilism. He does more for his cause by grooming others to sacrifice.


>So why aren't you in jail?
1. Because I'm not a retard so I don't get arrested.
2. I have a political education so I know what it means and needs to do direct action this kid was doimed from the start because faggot like you would rather pretend everyone rightfully angry to the point of action is le federal agent because it suits your political larp than educate.
Literal worthless being. A counter-revoluruonary existence.


Just say you are a weenie playing at being a toughie on the internet


He is that rare species who is very concerned about internet text and also actively violent in real life.


I don't need to prove anything to you anon.


while I applaud these ladies for putting this guy on the spot, reactionaries only understand one language
>muh dresden
100% justified


Why are you calling that kid a retard instead of educating him so we wouldn't get busted doing a futile action?


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>100% justified
Yeah can't say Iraq or Syria or whatever wouldn't be justified in bombing New York. Germans wanted it. They got their "totaler Krieg."


The irony of people making Dresden and WW2 comparisons here is that they're absolutely correct, it's just that Israel is obviously the Nazis in such an allegory. Hence the deaths of civilians (e.g. those killed on Oct 7) negates neither the justice of the Palestinian cause nor the necessity of armed struggle against Zionism.


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Hamas demands Israel release Marwan Barghouti, a man some Palestinians see as their Nelson Mandela
He's viewed by some Palestinians as their Nelson Mandela, and he's a prime candidate to become their president in the future. He's also the highest-profile prisoner held by Israel.

Now Marwan Barghouti's freedom is at stake in cease-fire negotiations between Hamas and Israel. Hamas leaders demanded Friday that Israel release Barghouti, a leader of the militant group’s main political rival, as part of any deal to end the fighting in Gaza.

The demand brings new attention to Barghouti, who plays a central role in Palestinian politics even after spending more than two decades behind bars. His release could lay the groundwork for his eventual election to national office.

Hamas' gambit to free him appears to be an attempt to rally public support for the militant group as well as a recognition of his status as a uniquely unifying Palestinian figure.

“Hamas wants to show to the Palestinian people that they are not a closed movement. They represent part of the Palestinian social community. They are trying to seem responsible,” said Qadoura Fares, who heads the Palestinian Ministry of Prisoner Affairs in the occupied West Bank and has long been involved in negotiations over prisoner releases.

Senior Hamas official Osama Hamdan called for Barghouti's release as international mediators try to push Israel and Hamas toward an agreement after nearly four months of war.

Israel is seeking the release of more than 100 hostages still held by Hamas in Gaza. Hamas is demanding an end to Israel's devastating military offensive and the release of thousands of Palestinian prisoners.

The war broke out Oct. 7, when Hamas fighters crossed into Israel, killing some 1,200 people and dragging 250 hostages back to Gaza. The Hamas attack triggered an Israeli ground and air campaign that has killed more than 27,000 Palestinians, according to local health officials, and triggered a humanitarian catastrophe in Gaza.

Over 100 hostages were released during a weeklong truce in November. Israel estimates 136 hostages remain in captivity, though 20 have been pronounced dead. With protests calling for the hostages' immediate release sweeping Israel, and fears that time is running out to bring them home safely, pressure is mounting on Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to reach a deal.

For Palestinians, the plight of their imprisoned loved ones is deeply emotional. While Israel considers “security prisoners” to be terrorists, Palestinians widely see them as heroes battling Israeli occupation. Virtually every Palestinian has a friend, relative or acquaintance who has been imprisoned.

The Israeli human rights group HaMoked says Israel is currently holding nearly 9,000 security prisoners. Hamas seeks the release of all of them. But in his remarks Friday, Hamdan mentioned only two by name — Barghouti and Ahmad Saadat.

Saadat heads a small faction that killed an Israeli Cabinet minister in 2001 and is serving a 30-year sentence for allegedly participating in attacks.

Palestinians see the 64-year-old Barghouti, a member of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas’ Fatah party, as a natural successor to the 88-year-old Abbas, who leads the internationally recognized Palestinian Authority, the self-ruled government that administers parts of the Israeli-occupied West Bank.

Abbas, whose forces in Gaza were overrun by Hamas in 2007, hopes to regain control of the territory after the war. But he is deeply unpopular because of corruption within the authority and because of his security coordination with the Israeli army.

Palestinians have not held elections since 2006, when Hamas won a parliamentary majority.

Fares, a Barghouti supporter, said that if Barghouti is released, he could become a consensus candidate in a round of new elections that Hamas, Fatah and other Palestinian factions could rally behind. A wartime opinion poll published in December showed Barghouti to be the most popular politician among Palestinians, ahead of both Abbas and Hamas' leader, Ismail Haniyeh.

Israelis see Barghouti as an arch-terrorist, and convincing Israel to free him will be an uphill battle.

Barghouti, a leader in the West Bank during the second Palestinian uprising in the early 2000s, is serving five life terms for his role in several deadly attacks. During that uprising, Palestinian militants carried out deadly suicide bombings and shooting attacks targeting buses, restaurants, hotels and Israelis driving in the West Bank, eliciting crushing Israeli military reprisals.

In 2002, Barghouti was arrested on multiple counts of murder. He did not offer a defense, refusing to recognize the court’s authority. Since then, he has repeatedly thrust himself into the spotlight.

In 2021, he registered his own list for parliamentary elections that were later called off. A few years earlier, he led more than 1,500 prisoners in a 40-day hunger strike to call for better treatment in the Israeli prison system. From jail, he has continued to call for a Palestinian state in the West Bank, Gaza and east Jerusalem — lands Israel seized in the 1967 war.

Barghouti was born in the West Bank village of Kobar in 1962. While studying history and politics at Bir Zeit University, he helped spearhead student protests against the Israeli occupation.

He emerged as an organizer in the first Palestinian uprising, which erupted in December 1987, but Israel eventually deported him to Jordan. He returned to the West Bank in the 1990s, as part of interim peace agreements that were meant to pave the way for a Palestinian state but got bogged down by the end of the decade when a second uprising erupted.

Barghouti was seen as political leader of the armed wing of Fatah at the time.

Israel has previously rejected calls to free him. It refused to include him in a 2011 exchange of more than 1,000 Palestinian prisoners for a single soldier held captive in Gaza by Hamas, said Fares, who was party to the negotiations. Yehya Sinwar, the current Hamas leader in Gaza and a mastermind of the Oct. 7 attack, was freed in that exchange.

The 2011 negotiations revolved around the release of a single hostage. With the lives of over 100 hostages now hanging in the balance, there is more pressure than ever on Israel to release Palestinian prisoners. That may make conditions ripe for a deal that could simultaneously win Barghouti’s release and bolster Hamas’ standing among Palestinians.

“Hamas is more strong and more clever than ever before," Fares said. “They understand how necessary it is for the Palestinian people to have consensus."


What will the political landscape look like with Marwan Barghouti and Ahmad Saadat being freed, anons? There is a lot of hope in this from people but they are only two men, their parties severely degradated.


>oct 7
no such thing


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they are declaring war on the jungle


Why are liberals so xenopobic


Is this NYT? Comparing human beings to bugs? Jesus Christ neolibs just keep. doing it again and again.


Popular Mobilization Forces in Iraq (Hashd Al-Sha'abi):
In the name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful.
"Do not consider those who have been killed in the cause of Allah as dead. Rather, they are alive with their Lord, receiving provision."
In an overtly aggressive manner, the brutal American bombing renews on the official security headquarters of the Popular Mobilization Forces through an aerial targeting that last night affected the locations of the heroes stationed in the district of Al-Qaim, west of Iraq. This aggression resulted in 16 martyrs and 36 injuries, while the search for the bodies of several missing individuals is still ongoing.
The toll of the air raids is distributed as follows:
The mobile headquarters for Anbar operations and the support battalion of the 13th Brigade (seven martyrs and seven wounded)
Logistical support headquarters (one wounded)
Artillery site (one martyr and four wounded)
Anti-armor site (three martyrs and ten wounded)
Tank brigade site (four wounded)
Two sites belonging to the 45th Brigade (11 wounded)
Issam Al-Baldawi Hospital affiliated with the medical corps (five martyrs).
The American targeting is a blatant violation of the sovereignty of the Iraqi state and an aggression against its official security apparatuses. It also targeted civilian homes and terrorized them, exceeding all international laws and norms.
Therefore, we affirm the readiness of the [Popular] Mobilization Forces to execute any order from the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces to preserve Iraq's sovereignty, unity of its territories, and the safety of its people.
Mercy and eternity for the martyrs and healing for the wounded.
Popular Mobilization Forces.
February 3, 2024.

Al-Nujaba Movement - Islamic Resistance in Iraq:
In the name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful
"O you who have believed, be patient and endure and remain stationed and fear Allah that you may be successful."
This is the truth of Allah, the Most High, the Almighty.
The latest targeting in which the American occupation forces blatantly violated the sovereignty and dignity of Iraq, committing acts in broad daylight, resulted in dozens of Iraqi martyrs from the heroes of the Popular Mobilization Forces and unarmed innocent citizens. At the same time, their creation, ISIS, moved to target the security forces. With this, the American administration of evil confirms that it is a sponsor of terrorism and crime in the world and that these violations are a significant breach of sovereignty.
Therefore, we declare today that we are proceeding to achieve our goals, and the response will come from where they do not expect. The Islamic Resistance is today capable of reaching the farthest point, matching the enemy, and overcoming them by the will of Allah.
Let the American occupation and its ominous administration know that the Islamic Resistance will respond as it deems appropriate in time and place of its choosing and that this is not the end of the road. We have surprises that will anger the enemy and please the friend.
You will leave Iraq humiliated and disgraced, without being mourned.
We repeat, for those who are deaf to hear, that we will not compromise, retreat, or be broken. "If you return [to sin], we will return [to punishment," and the outcome will be for the righteous.
Islamic Resistance Movement - Al-Nujaba
Saturday, 3 February 2024
Corresponding to 22 Rajab 1445 H



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>The Israeli Air Force dropped hundreds of leaflets over central Gaza on Saturday, presenting what it labeled as a "newspaper" titled "The Reality."

> The publication delivers a series of messages to Gazans, asserting claims such as "Hamas is killing your children" and "They are beating you and starving you." It encourages residents to "wake up" to the reality of their situation, prompting controversy in the already tense region.
>The contents of the leaflet include articles covering European Union sanctions against Hamas leader Yahya Sinwar, updates on increased humanitarian aid, and refutations of claims made by Abu Obeida, the spokesperson for Hamas's military wing.

>On the first page, striking images are displayed, featuring a photo of a child named Ahmad Barakeh, allegedly killed by Hamas, accompanied by the headline "They are killing your children." Another photo captures a destroyed al-Rashid street, claiming, "They are destroying everything which is good."

>The leaflet accuses Hamas members of seizing humanitarian aid with the caption, "They beat you and starve you." It further states, "They have violated your dignity and left your families humiliated in the streets, while their leaders hide and are protected in tunnels. They burned the people's money for tunnels and weapons."

>The back of the newspaper carries a message that reads, "Are you still silent? This is all just a drop in the ocean, wake up, people!! Your future is in your hands." Accompanying this is a cartoon showing Palestinian citizens demonstrating with white flags for an end to the war, while Hamas is depicted in a hospital bed in a tunnel. A doctor warns Hamas, "Your time is running out."


Is this the first time Israel is doing this kind of propaganda?
If it is, the fact that they try to incite an uprising. It probably means things aren't going as good for them as they would've liked.


The controversial US presence in the Middle East and possible scenarios for Rojava
There is a great humanitarian tragedy in the Gaza Strip due to the war that began with Hamas' attack on Israel. Gaza is no longer the old Gaza. It is also unpredictable where and when the Israeli attacks will stop. No mechanism has yet been found in the international arena to limit or stop the Israeli attacks. More than 26,000 Palestinians have already died in this war. Settlements and much of the infrastructure in the Gaza Strip have been destroyed. The number of victims is increasing day by day, the balance of destruction is getting heavier every day.

The Gaza war has also shaken the political balance in the region. The possibility of a regional expansion has become the main topic of the current debate. The resurgence of tensions in the Red Sea means that the Huthi in Yemen have joined the Gaza war. The conflict over the Red Sea is likely to escalate further. The Lebanese Hezbollah is also carrying out attacks against Israel. However, it cannot yet be said that the war has spread to Lebanon. The Israeli retaliatory strike against the Hamas office in the centre of Beirut, in which Saleh al-Aruri, one of Hamas' leading figures, and his entourage were killed, remained a localised operation.

On the anniversary of the commemoration of the Iranian General Qasem Soleimani, an attack was carried out in Kerman in which over 100 people were killed. Although ISIS claimed responsibility for this attack in Iran, it caused an unexpected shock effect. In return, Iran fired rockets at Hewlêr (Erbil) and killed a businessman, which led to new tensions. Iran-affiliated militias are repeatedly attacking US military bases in Iraq and Syria, sending the message that Iran will not leave the US alone. It is in Iran's interest to attack from afar and with proxy forces in order to gain psychological superiority. The most recent attack was directed against the US troops in Jordan. Three soldiers were killed in the attack, which was directly claimed by Iran and its associated forces, and represents a major challenge.

Controlled tension is being built up against the US in a wide geographical area on the fronts of Iranian-backed groups in Yemen, Jordan, Libya, Syria and Iraq. Even if these actions seem like mosquito bites, they are attacks that make the US very uncomfortable. The nature of today's wars is one of harassment, with missiles fired and airstrikes carried out at intervals, rather than all-out war on the front lines, in the air and on land. The attack in Jordan resulted in the first US army casualties since 7 October. US President Biden declared that the attack, in which three soldiers were killed and 25 wounded, had triggered a shock effect in the US. He made no secret of his surprise at the attack.

The US military base, known as Tower 22, is located near the al-Tanf military base on the Syrian border and has a strategic location. The message to be conveyed with this attack is: "We will not leave the US alone and we are capable of attacking anywhere we want." The US response to this shock attack was: "We will respond." It is currently impossible to predict where this escalation will lead in the developing regional conflicts.

While the mutual attacks and threats between the US and Iran and the war between Israel and Hamas continue and a new war front on the Red Sea looms, the news of the end of the US military presence in Iraq also points to changes in US policy for Iraq and Syria.

Given the potential impact of the current tension, and in particular the ongoing war between Israel and Hamas, on the US presidential elections that will take place at the end of the year, it is likely that there will be fine-tuning, if not fundamental policy changes in the region. The very fact that a withdrawal from the region is being discussed shows the need for a new policy.

The withdrawal of the US from Iraq and Syria would not only lead to serious problems in the fight against ISIS, but would also mean that the psychological superiority in the Middle East would be lost to Iran. This means a shift in the regional balance of power in favour of Russia and Iran. And that will, of course, have consequences.

Turkey will want to realise its long-standing ambitions to occupy and annex Rojava. Political relations are determined by the geographical areas and issues where interests coincide. The relationship between the US and the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) does not go beyond a tactical relationship in the context of the fight against ISIS. To describe it as a strategic friendship would be an exaggeration. The US will be present in Syria for as long as its own national interests allow. If it is not in their interests, there is no reason for them to stay. In fact, the decision to leave Syria was made in the Trump era and a partial withdrawal took place. With the 2024 presidential elections and a possible change of power, US policy on Syria could change again. Another invasion by Turkey could also be on the agenda.

Turkey will continue to be a thorn in the side of the region under Erdoğan's rule. It will continue to deepen the hostility in its Kurdish policy. Just as in the north and south of Kurdistan, there are also plans for the destruction of Rojava. The fact that the US is not taking a convincing stance on the Turkish airstrikes has been repeatedly addressed by representatives from Rojava. The Turkish state's attempts to occupy and annex Rojava are doomed to lead to a dead end in the long term, as the saying goes “Sow the wind and reap the whirlwind.”

Efforts to find a solution and normalise relations with Damascus are being blocked by the Turkish state. In any case, it is necessary for the Democratic Autonomous Administration in Rojava to prepare for all possible options. It must demonstrate a structure of will that can withstand all conditions, including the destruction of the economic infrastructure. In order to maintain the current autonomous status, all alternative options for struggle must be considered. Politics throughout the region is highly unpredictable. For this reason, approaches and relationships that require much more sensitivity and sensibility are gaining in importance.

It is the people's components that will determine developments and set the final point. Those who rely on the organisational structure of the people will always win.


cant get into any specifics right now but they probably did some stunts like that, they don't do it often and rarely works.


they should've stolen his legs


Would've taken the smug look of his face at least.



lmao all the anarchists trying to defend rojava as usual bunch of backstabbing US aligned contras


I can stand a rojavafag a lot more than someone who unironically supports the Ukrainian regime.


people who supprort ukron are literally useful idiots who dont realize gayto is using ukronk as a human sacrifice to bleed rossiyya. rojavafags are just useful idiots for Pgaygay rojavan kurdo supremacists who want the international support for their sepratistism cause not like anarchist super gods who are gonna make catalonia 2.0. so they are the same really. useful idiota.



has hezbollah reduced attakcs or increased?


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Freedom means liberty for the gardeners.


They are continuing and steadily ramping up their attacks.


I would call westerners mosquitos


The Liberal Man's Burden


westerners are like jakposters


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Hezbollah actions 02/03/24:

10:50: targeting the Khirbet Ma'ar base with appropriate weapons.
17:10: the Samaqa site in the occupied Lebanese Shebaa Farms was targeted with rocket weapons, achieving direct hits.
17:15: the Ramtha site in the occupied Lebanese Shebaa Farms was targeted with rocket weapons, achieving direct hits.
17:35: targeting the "Even Menachem" settlement with appropriate weapons, achieving direct hits as a response to the "israeli" aggressions on villages and civilian homes, the latest of which were in the towns of Aita al-Shaab and Yaroun.
17:35: targeting an "israeli" enemy soldiers' position in the "Yir'on" settlement with appropriate weapons, achieving direct hits as a response to the "israeli" aggressions on the town of Blida last night.
18:10: the Samaqa site in the occupied Lebanese Shebaa Farms was targeted for the second time with rocket weapons, achieving direct hits.
18:40: targeting a gathering of "israeli" enemy soldiers at "Cobra Hill" with rocket weapons, achieving direct hits.
21:50: targeting the "Branit" barracks with two Falaq-1 missiles, hitting it directly.


<noo u can't post about kurdistan it hurts my fe fes!!!
Lmao you are a sectarian aesthetic leftist faggot who quite simply does not exist offline.


They've also steadily attacked deeper and deeper into Israel with time.


Yemeni Armed Forces:
The American-British aerial aggression launched 48 airstrikes over the past hours distributed as follows:
13 airstrikes on the capital's secretariat and Sana'a governate.
9 airstrikes on Al-Hodeidah governate.
11 airstrikes on governate.
7 airstrikes on Al-Bayda governate.
7 airstrikes on Hajjah governate.
These aggressions will not deter us from our moral, religious, and humanitarian stance supporting the steadfast Palestinian people in the Gaza Strip and will not go unanswered or unpunished.


What's her point exactly? UNHCR has 7x the funding of UNRWA and custody of 6x the refugee population. What's supposed to be so outrageous here? Genuinely confused

The reason UNRWA exists is because having Palestinians turn to the UNHCR means filing them in the same category of refugees as everywhere else in the world - and that's a problem for Israel because it means they'd have right-of-return.


And most of the shit he says is in line with what pretty much all communists believe, curious


>Ahmad Saadat.
That was the Secretary General for the PFLP until he was jailed


the fucking disdain this cock has for the people who read his shit. babytalk article.


[Note - Since I did not post yesterday this will include news from today and yesterday.]

Saudi Arabia willing to accept ‘political commitment’ from Israel on Palestinian state: Report

Riyadh is willing to accept a political commitment from Israel on the creation of a Palestinian state – rather than something more binding – as it attempts to secure a defence pact with Washington ahead of the US presidential election, Reuters news agency reports.

Turkey arrests 7 suspected of spying for Israel

Turkish police arrested seven people suspected of selling information to the Israeli intelligence service Mossad.

Palestinians fear assault on Rafah, Gaza’s last refuge

Displaced Palestinians crammed into Rafah and pinned against Gaza’s border fence with Egypt say they fear a ground assault after Israel’s defence minister said troops would now turn their focus to the area.

Emad, 55, a businessman and father of six, told the Reuters news agency that if Israeli tanks keep coming, “we will be left with two choices: stay and die or climb the walls into Egypt.”

“Most of Gaza’s population is in Rafah. If the tanks storm in, it will be a massacre like never before during this war.”

Um Badri, a mother of five displaced from Gaza City and now living in a tent in Khan Younis, said the wind and cold weather have added to the misery.

“We live in multiple miseries – a war, starvation and now the rain,” she said. “We used to wait for winter to enjoy watching the rain from the balcony of our house. Now, our house is gone, and the rainwater has flooded the tent we have ended up in.”

‘Absolutely unacceptable’: Belgium files protest and summons Israeli ambassador after its Gaza office destroyed

The office was in a six-storey building in Gaza City. The foreign ministry says it believes none of the agency’s staff was present when the building was bombed.

Gaza’s death toll rises

The Health Ministry in the besieged enclave has said that 112 Palestinians have been killed and 148 injured yesterday. 107 Palestinians were killed and 165 injured during the past 24 hours.

At least 27,238 Palestinians in Gaza have been killed by Israeli attacks since October 7, while another 66,452 have been wounded.

More than 800 US, European officials sign letter to denounce support for Israel’s war

The statement – titled It Is Our Duty To Speak Out When Our Governments’ Policies Are Wrong – denounced policies that “weaken” their nations’ “moral standing” in the world.

Palestinian refugees in Lebanon brace for UNRWA funding cuts

Palestinian refugee Fadi Stati told Al Jazeera that his community is denied rights and services including schooling and health care in Lebanon. “Without UNRWA, I can’t afford to put my four children into school,” he said.

Palestinian refugee Alaa Abu Libdeh said UNRWA was a lifeline for his family. “I am one of many who won’t be able to afford healthcare. My wife would die, she has cancer and kidney problems,” he said.

French shipping group suspends operations over Red Sea violence

The French shipping company CMA CGM has suspended operations through the Bab al-Mandab Strait amid continuing fighting between US forces and the Houthis.

Israeli Jews and Palestinians hold antiwar rally in Haifa

The Israeli group Standing Together has said that more than 1,000 Jewish and Palestinian citizens of Israel convened in Haifa for a conference calling for an end to the war in Gaza.

Iraq condemns US strikes as ‘violation of sovereignty’

“These strikes constitute a violation of Iraqi sovereignty, an undermining of the efforts of the Iraqi government, and a threat that will drag Iraq and the region into undesirable consequences, the consequences of which will be dire for security and stability in Iraq and the region,” local outlet Iraqi News Agency quoted a spokesman.

Hamas leaders divided on US-backed ceasefire deal, WSJ reports

While Hamas’s leader in Gaza, Yahya Sinwar, and other senior members are ready to accept the proposal for an initial six-week pause in fighting, exiled leaders are asking for more concessions and want to negotiate a permanent ceasefire, the WSJ said.

Five countries to resume funding for UNRWA: Palestinian PM

Palestinian Prime Minister Mohammad Shtayyeh says he received confirmation from representatives of five countries that suspended funding to UNRWA, including Canada, that they intend to resume their donations within several weeks. Several other countries have pledged additional funds since donations from several countries were suspended, including Portugal and the UAE.

Hamas deploys police, distributes funds in sign of resurgence

Hamas began deploying police and making partial salary payments to some civil servants in Gaza City in recent days, resurfacing in areas where Israel withdrew the bulk of its troops a month ago.

Four Gaza City residents told The Associated Press uniformed and plainclothes officers deployed near police headquarters and other government offices, including near al-Shifa Hospital. Residents said they saw both the return of civil servants and subsequent Israeli air raids near the makeshift offices.

US hits Yemen

The Saba Agency has said that US and UK strikes have hit the governorates of Sanaa, Hajjah, Dhamar and al-Bayda.

Israel struck more than 3,400 Hezbollah targets since start of war: Military

Israel has struck more than 3,400 Hezbollah targets in Lebanon and more than 50 Hezbollah sites in Syria. since the start of the war in Gaza, the Israeli military has said.

Israel sets up hundreds of military roadblocks in West Bank

Since the beginning of the war in Gaza, Israeli forces have set up hundreds of new military checkpoints across the occupied West Bank.

Israeli soldier killed in southern Gaza

The Israeli army says that a 24-year-old soldier was killed in fighting in the southern Gaza Strip on Saturday.

This brings the toll of deaths the IOF has admitted to in the ground offensive on Gaza to 225.

At least 92 people killed in overnight Israeli attacks in Rafah

Palestinian Health Ministry says at least 92 Palestinians were killed overnight by Israeli attacks including on a kindergarten in Rafah where displaced people had been sheltering.

Concerns over a potential Israeli ground incursion into the southern border city have mounted in recent days, with hundreds of thousands of displaced from other parts of Gaza seeking refuge in makeshift shelters and camps.


Blumenthal says that the Gazan holocaust is supported by 98% of the Israeli population and a significant majority want an escalation. 1.8% want a ceasefire.


Allah took away his legs for a reason


>Blumenthal says that the Gazan holocaust is supported by 98% of the Israeli population and a significant majority want an escalation. 1.8% want a ceasefire.
>fify, it's not only "israelis" that support it, it's Jews in general
>said by Blumenthal burger psyop


>Blumenthal burger psyop
alright, anon, I'm strapped down tightly. Should be safe enough now.
explain this shit


Is it a pathological need to be a subversive for /pol/tards?


I posted the Blumenthal thing. Not poltard fwiw, or very subversive if I'm honest.


As zizek identifies, the right occupy the space of the political superego (or the unwritten rules of the current order) and so their subversion is a hyperconformity with capital's values.



There is no proof, that's why I wrote "fwiw". If you're stomping pol tier antisemitism you're doing god's work - posting Blumenthal's reporting is nowhere near that. I'll never stop stanning The Grayzone
>Max Blumenthal and Aaron Mate hear about an incoming zionist hit piece
>they call the hasabra assassin, a zionist Wapo journalist, at 4:50pm on a Friday to discuss it
>piece is prebunked and defanged
>The billionaire owned Intercept now needs to keep up to retain credibility
>Ryan Grim + assistant do a report on major NYT reporting surrounding allegations of rape by Hamas
>NYT is like a zionist "fortress" but they backtrack and unpublish a podcast they published, but refuse to be accountable
>The Grayzone sets the pace yet again


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Sometimes it's hard to believe how revolting Israeli society is
>Thirty-eight percent of Israelis are in favor of reestablishing settlements in the Gaza Strip, according to a Tuesday television poll.
>Channel 12 asked whether Israelis support halting humanitarian aid to Gaza until Hamas returns all the hostages it is holding. An overwhelming 72% said yes, while 21% said the aid should continue.


72% is the status quo. So 21% being against the status quo is significant.


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Not to go all leninhat here, but according to this site.
>Allow humanitarian aid into Gaza during the war?
>Israelis: 23% support, 58% oppose, 19% not sure.
>Israelis (18-24): 11% support, 70% oppose, 19% not sure.

Does anyone know why Israeli youths are so much more reactionary than the older generations?


This might be the effect of growing up with an aggressively fascist government.


Man. The implicit threat in this. Western pols are shitting themselves about their kompromat getting released, or the stroke gun, or their families getting got.


>the PFLP patch
where do I get that merch?


Belgium to summon Israeli ambassador over bombing of development office in Gaza

>Belgium’s Minister of Development Cooperation Caroline Gennez has said that she and Foreign Minister Hadja Lahbib will summon Israel’s ambassador over the destruction of a building hosting the Belgian Agency for Development Cooperation in Gaza.

Das ist gut, the more the merrier.


Belgium is under a lot of electoral pressure right now because the openly Marxist and anti-zionist PTB/PTVA is polling at 1st/2nd/3rd place right now, granted only at ~15% overall but this would make a government excluding the PTB almost virtually impossible. European and federal elections are coming. They are calling Israel a terrorist state, call for the expulsion of their ambassador in speeches and on TV. They also have been making big gains advancing within the labor union space.


Whats this flag? Unfamiliar with jewconography.


Based belgposter. That's huge news. They seem set for gains.


Flag of the 84th Infantry Brigade "Givati"


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Thank. Appreciated.


I was wondering the same. We don't really know all that much about the political situation in Gaza nor even really the rest of the occupied territories, so it is very possible that the PFLP, DFLP are more popular than people realize.


if they are considering trading the hostages for only Saadat and Barghouti.


why did they release this? it makes them look bad. whoever is the hasbara gobbels in israel sux


The currents events are showing the world that the best anti-zionist propaganda is just zionist propaganda.


My guess is a kind of political unity, popular front party will be built and political change will also overcome or be imposed on the West Bank with the end of the ground war and eventual removal of bibi.


>We don't really know all that much about the political situation in Gaza
Also, read Sara Roy.


barghouti is most popular falasteen leader. saadat sounds sane from his last interviews but pflp is fringe now. they need to do 100% reform or keep decline. fateh *spit* is the most popular group in gaza but in the west bank the people love hamas and islamic jihad. islamic jihad could be teh future.


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uhhhhhhhhhhh nyghawatt


there is great potential for a left interpretation of sayyid qutb which can revive the radical left in arab countries especially palestine where qutb is very influential in the resistance.


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>Is this NYT?
they have a history of being ass that goes back to the 1850s at least


Thanks friend
A popular front would be interesting to see; does anyone know of examples of communists collaborating with islamists in the vein of Hamas?


>Understanding the Middle East Through the Animal Kingdom
holy fuck liberals working overtime to outdo any possible caricature of themselves


>Are the Jews making this stuff?
They also spliced it into local Palestinian news.
I'm not sure what they're trying to prove exactly.


some live stuff at btn


So the north and center Gaza have been overrun and now the South, packed to the brim with the millions that fled the north and center, is next. What the fuck is going to happen? Is Israel really going to flood what remains of Gaza with rockets and paint the sands with the dismembered remains of every man woman and child?


Yes. I don't know why people simp for the islamist retards governing the middle east and southern asia.


National Resistance Brigades (Martyr Omar Al-Qasim Forces) spokesman Abu Khaled:
Our forces continue to confront the enemy and its vehicles in the west of Gaza City and Khan Younis.
Firstly: The Martyr Omar Al-Qasim Forces confronted enemy forces in the western area of Gaza City on the axes of the universities, the industry, and Al-Jawazat, using appropriate weapons, and inflicted losses on the ranks of the enemy in terms of vehicles and personnel.
Secondly: The Martyr Omar Al-Qasim Forces targeted gatherings of enemy vehicles on the northeast Khan Younis axes with heavy-caliber mortar shells, causing injuries among the enemy ranks.
Thirdly: The artillery unit of the Martyr Omar Al-Qasim Forces continued to bombard "israeli" enemy forces on several axes with heavy-caliber mortar shells, inflicting losses in their vehicles and personnel.
Martyr Omar Al-Qasim Forces – The military wing of the Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine
Military Media


Hezbollah releases an infographic summarizing 120 days of operations from October 8th 2023 to February 4th, 2024 (14:00) as part of the battle of Al-Aqsa Flood.

961 military operations.

Enemy losses:

56 vehicles (4 logistical vehicles, 28 personnel carriers, 24 tanks).
26 command centers.
178 bunkers and positions in sites and settlements.
Over 500 settlement units destroyed.
237 technical equipment (Visibility shields, electro-optical devices, radars, communications and intelligence devices, jamming devices).
311 personnel positions.
2 military factory.
25 border walls.
14 artillery emplacements.
2 Iron Dome platforms.
5 drones and planes.

Human losses:

Over 2,000 between dead and wounded.

Operation Rate:

The average number of operations per day is 8.
The highest number of operations is 26.
The lowest number of operations is 2.

Border sites:
The border sites that were targeted:

22 settlements targeted 72 times.
45 border sites targeted 670 times.
19 rear sites targeted 61 times.
53 border points targeted 122 times.

Evacuation of Settlers:

5 km - the radius of the evacuated area.
43 - Number of announced evacuated settlements.
81,000 - Number of announced displaced settlers.
230,000 - Actual number of displaced settlers.

186 - Scenes of targetings distributed to media.
98 - Number of releases.

Weapons used:
The numbers mentioned are the number of shootings/launching (as a military action) and not the number of projectiles or missiles.

323 - Artillery.
244 - Surface-to-surface missiles.
68 - Sniper rifles and machine guns.
40 - Air defense
23 - Air attacks (drones)
385 - Guided missiles.
85 - Direct weapons.
9 - Engineering weapons.
72 - Various weapons.


Martyr Izz El-Din Al-Qassam Brigades spokesperson, Abu Obeida:
In recent days, the fighters of Al-Qassam completely or partially destroyed 43 military vehicles. Our fighters confirmed eliminating 15 zionist soldiers at point-blank range, sniping an officer and a soldier, and causing dozens dead and wounded in 17 different military missions.
During these missions, the zionist forces that penetrated were targeted with shells, anti-fortification and anti-personnel explosives, and machine guns. Additionally, a tunnel entrance was blown up on several enemy soldiers, and our fighters seized 4 drone aircraft.
They bombarded military gatherings with mortar shells across all combat axes and directed an intense rocket barrage towards "Tel Aviv" and its surroundings.




When will Republicans call Israel's actions what it really is? Call it Radical Jewish Terrorism.


Putting Menachem Begin's ashes in Guantanamo bay




Hope they don't get derailed like AKEL did in cyprus


qutb is the guy all the islamist factions in palestine look up to. you can take the mystic and revolutionary elements of his approach without the reactionary bits. ontological sufi anarchism. the pflp and dflp should reject the west and do an islam leftist synthesis the way erdogan tried a neolib islam synthesis.




Zionist airports had "the busiest day since October 7th" today, as 30,000 settlers boarded 172 flights to leave the crumbling zionist entity.


>the pflp and dflp should reject the west and do an islam leftist synthesis
Isn't that more or less what Hezbollah and Ansarallah do?


I have a question. So you had Judea essentially be the polity that existed in the geographical area that's currently Palestine and Israel. Before Judea I think the area was called Canaan. When did that area become Palestine is my question.




pretty sure hezbolla are just centrist khomeinists



read the subject


The Bible describes the existence of a united Kingdom of Israel supposedly existing around the turn of the first millenium BC, which later split into the northern Kingdom of Israel and the Southern Kingdom of Judah (both Hebrew, although the people of the northern kingdom most likely evolved into the Samaritans). Scholars disagree about whether there was ever really a united kingdom, but the two kingdoms period is historically attested by non-Hebrew sources. The Kingdom of Israel was conquered by the Assyrian Empire in the 8th century BC, while the Kingdom of Judah retained its independence until the Babylonian conquest (and destruction of the First Temple) in the early 6th century. Thus began the "Babylonian captivity" in which key elements of the Hebrew ruling class were deported to Babylon, and modern Judaism starts to take shape. Later in the century, the Persians destroyed the Babylonian Empire and Israel becomes a Persian province. This is followed by the conquests of Alexander and the rule of his successors in the Selucid Empire, followed finally by the Roman conquest in the 1st century BC. It was ruled as a client kingdom until around 4 BC (incidentally the year Jesus is thought to have actually been born), when it becomes a full Roman province. It retains the name "Judea" (iirc the Romans were the first to call it this) until the Great Jewish Revolt in 66 AD which ends in a defeat for the Jewish rebels, the destruction of the Second Temple, and the death or expulsion of large segments of the Jewish population. This would probably be considered a genocide by modern standards. After this, the Romans renamed the province to "Palestine" after the Philistines.

TLDR: It changed hands between multiple empires for centuries, and the Romans started calling it Palestine in the 1st century after suppressing a major Jewish uprising and exiling/killing much of the population.



Careful Anon, they're a proscribed terrorist organization in many countries.


Wait, how the fuck did that happen?


Mujahideen Brigades:
In the last 24 hours, we achieved the following:
Targeted, with Al-Qassam Brigades, a gathering of zionist vehicles and soldiers in the eastern area of Khan Younis with a barrage of mortar shells, achieving confirmed casualties among the enemy ranks.
Bombarded the "Fajjah" military site with a rocket salvo, achieving direct hits.
Destroyed a zionist tank by targeting it with an anti-tank missile at the Industrial Junction in Gaza City at 10:30 AM today.
Our fighters bombarded with a heavy barrage of mortar shells gatherings of zionist forces at the military transmission site 16 in the northeast of Gaza, achieving direct hits.
Engaged in fierce clashes with zionist forces on the front lines in the west of Gaza City with suitable and varied weapons.


> disguised as medical staff
I'm really surprised anti-Israel factions didn't do this before Israel did, assassinating settlers and important government members by infiltrating their area.


It seems like anti-establishment parties in Europe are enjoying a big bump right now since the centrist policies are wrecking the economy and supporting genocide and shit like that.


Based on this the only correct state is that it should just become one state that is non-Zionist. The name doesn’t necessarily matter, all that matters is that it’s not Zionist and represents all people’s of that area, Jews, Christians, Muslims all. The modern incarnation of that land is a racist and Zionist one, it’s whole constitutional system is based on a Jewish ethnic supremacy attitude. At least back then Judea was the ‘promised land’ for Jews looking to escape persecution, beginning with the Egyptians, until the most recent incarnation which is no longer justifiable, especially with modern sensibilities. Even if say we were to decolonize the US it wouldn’t mean the displacement of the people already living there but rather a polity more along the lines of the people who already live there, imagine a confederacy based on the Iroquois form. We can see this is certain Soviets where the preservation of culture and languages existed at the expense of the state without ever displacing people who weren’t the same ethnicity of the people of that land.


Glowies asleep or something?


palestine is the world the british colonialists used for the area. they named it after the old roman province. the ottomans used a different name. the population became mostly christian under the byzantines and then muslim from the abbasid era afterwards.


That’s weird, I thought the rest of Europe was more interested in voting for reactionaries than Marxists.


more oohcee from the IDF

wtf were they thinking when they made this?

i tried to make a fake nazbol party last year didnt get no votes :3


>starts a genocide
<goes on BBCs Hard Talk
>whines it's to hostile
Why are these faggots like this?


hate to say it but "they cry out in pain as they strike you" is a pretty apt description of the zionists' action


they play the holocaust card so much they dont realize theyre doing it anymore lole


Seems like you have missed some developments in Austria and Norway recently.


Belgium is simply too dysfunctional at this point lel


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Is there a reactionary group that hasn't adopted crybullying?


just call it crybullying. it's one word and not associated with antisemite /pol/tards.


they have this genre in israel called shooting and crying

>look the palestinians make us shoot their children giving us horrible ptsd look how bad they are. our brave idf boys will do the horrific war crimes to keep us safe. feel bad for their mental trauma.


Orwell invented that genre.


You'd think that people would realize how pathetic it is, but no, fags really do fall for that shit


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vgh mein fvrher in Das Jodeln drip



>In 2020, after the U.S. assassination of General Qassam Suleimani, the leadership of Iran announced that, in consequence, the U.S. presence in the Middle East will be ended. Iran and its allies have since diligently prepared themselves to achieve that aim.

>The hot phase of the process itself was initiated primarily by Hamas on October 7 (which followed the October 2 desecration of Al-Aqsa Mosque by Zionist settlers). The secondary and tertiary steps were launched by Ansarollah in Yemen and Kataib Hizbullah in Iraq.

>In each cases the U.S. and its Israeli proxy responded with harsh escalations.

>It was the biggest mistake they could make.

>The Axis of Resistance is present throughout the Middle East. It has its own economic and social networks. It produces its own weapons and its fighters are well trained to fight under the local circumstances. This is an enemy the U.S. can not defeat.

>As Aaron Maté explains:

< These groups’ decision to strike US forces in response to the Gaza genocide follows a well-entrenched pattern of resisting joint US-Israeli aggression, or what the Journal describes as efforts to “push back against American and Israeli influence” in the Middle East. And contrary to US claims that Iran’s main regional allies – Hezbollah in Lebanon, Ansar Allah in Yemen (the Houthis), the PMU in Iraq, Hamas/Islamic Jihad in Palestine, and the Syrian government – are all mere Iranian “proxies”, these groups “have domestic agendas of their own and operate with some measure of autonomy,” the Journal notes. US intelligence analyst Brian Katz concurs. Iran’s allies “are no longer simply Iranian proxies,” Katz writes. “Rather, they have become a collection of ideologically aligned, militarily interdependent, mature political-military actors committed to mutual defence.”

>Other interested powers are already positioning themselves for a new situation in the Middle East.

>Give it two, three or maybe even five years. But the envisioned results WILL be achieved.


this 10000000000000000000%


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Hezbollah actions 02/04/24:

15:05: targeting Al-Marj site with appropriate weapons, achieving direct hits.
15:30: targeting two buildings in the Manara settlement with appropriate weapons, achieving direct hits in response to the "israeli" attacks that targeted villages and civilian homes, the latest being in Blida and Meis Al-Jabal.
15:50: targeting a gathering of "israeli" enemy soldiers south of Al-Abad site with appropriate weapons, achieving direct hits.
15:50: targeting the Ruwaisat Al-AIam site in the occupied Lebanese Shebaa Farms with rocket weapons, achieving direct hits.
16:00: targeting the Zebdine site in the occupied Lebanese Shebaa Farms with rocket weapons, achieving direct hits.
16:55: targeting the Ruwaisat Al-Alam site in the occupied Lebanese Shebaa Farms for the second time with rocket weapons, achieving direct hits.


New vids



Inshallah. I've been saying it time and time again: they are never gonna win against people like this. Reactionaries are paper tigers. Have hope comrades, the dialectics are playing out, decades are happening.

We are all gonna make it


pflp needs to invest more techs into rockets


AMAZING Grayzone episode for those who haven't watched it already.




Idk if this has been posted about, but it would seem as though the US has troops everywhere in the middle east with the exception of Lebanon and Iran. Yes, I know this is not really news, but it's confirmed that they have troops in Yemen now as well as Israel, and probably Gaza.


Can you just give us the key points? I cannot listen to Max Blumenthal and Aaron Mate talk for 2 hours.



The dialectics are ripening


ahhhh.,,,agh… ahhhh the dialectics are really close….


I'm scared.


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Just as Marx predicted.


100% certain the west will just ignore this ruling


The thing that gets me is that if Biden really believed UNRWA was complicit in or infiltrated by Hamas (a designated terror organization by the US) to the point where it's reasonable to strip funding to it, that would make UNRWA in effect also a terror organization by the same standards. Because UNRWA is a UN organization, its operations fall under the aegis and oversight of the UN, and so if UNRWA is now a terror organization then the UN must have allowed it, making them complicit in terror operations.

So if UNRWA is as much of a terror organization as Biden believes, the ripple effect of that means that any country that still provides funds to or has any contact with the United Nations itself would be a state sponsor of terrorism.

Perhaps I'm overthinking, perhaps I'm jumping to worst-case scenarios again, or perhaps Biden isn't doing any of that because at the core of it it's all for show. Who knows. We probably never will.


Yes, because theres a genocide occuring.


>30,000 settlers boarded 172 flights to leave the crumbling zionist entity.
Has there been a turning point? There's talk of a 35 day ceasefire


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Remember the dancing Israelis? They're literally laughing at you.


I vaguely remember this as a 9/11 reference, I am with them on this one
Do it again


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I remember that dancing Jew rabbi who had a heart attack or a stroke or something while he was dancing for dead Palistinian children.


How Jewish of you anon, I wish it again on your people as well.


Whether I am jewish or not
I am literally better than you in every single way


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>Whether I am jewish or not
>I am literally better than you in every single way


Is it? It's pretty straightforward.


Well first off Jewish or not. That's an easy question. Pretty odd to leave it open ended. Jews feeling that they are the chosen people, not odd, very par for the course for sure.


oh my fucking god please dont let this thread turn into another 14 yr old /pol/tard honeypot like the russia one
grow up and stop believing everything you see on tik tok you fucking zoomer retard


And whether you are a goy or not, you are cattle
>whoo whoo I got a herd of uyghur cattle


>And whether you are a goy or not, you are cattle
>whoo whoo I got a herd of uyghur cattle
So ni66ger and goyim are synonymous to you? Well that's why I don't fuck with your brand of cracker.


Yeah ok /pol/


Nope. You already laid it out yourself:
>And whether you are a goy or not, you are cattle
>whoo whoo I got a herd of uyghur cattle
You are what you are everyone sees you.


go back to tik tok


I am saying you are cattle, /pol/. you specifically.


Bruh come on now, you can't just keep giving away the game. You make it too obvious who an what you are.


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Whatever you say, Cancerskin


Better than you in every conceivable way.


So whites have marginally more cancer than blacks? What does this have to do with tankie anon being a cracker?


There is literally nothing good about you. All you do is post pompous and uninformed opinions.


Every way you can conceive, I am better than you.
And many more.


Hispanic bros, Asian/Pacific Islander bros, we won.


Sounds as factual as your scriptural forbears.


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thread must continue. plz stop murdering dissenters with bunker busters.



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Oh my god that is so edgy he said jews
Shalom lads


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It gets better too.


Wyf are you faggots arguing about?


they got all killed by Mossad, it's just us black flag anon.



CNN is facing a backlash from its own staff over the network’s coverage of the war in Gaza. Journalists in CNN newsrooms in the US and overseas say broadcasts have been skewed by management edicts and a story-approval process. According to accounts from six CNN staffers in multiple newsrooms, and more than a dozen internal memos and emails obtained by the Guardian, daily news decisions are shaped by a flow of directives from the CNN headquarters in Atlanta that have set strict guidelines on coverage.

CNN journalists say the tone of coverage is set at the top by its new editor-in-chief and CEO, Mark Thompson, who took up his post two days after the 7 October Hamas attack. Some staff are concerned about Thompson’s willingness to withstand external attempts to influence coverage given that in a former role as the BBC’s director general he was accused of bowing to Israeli government pressure on a number of occasions, including a demand to remove one of the corporation’s most prominent correspondents from her post in Jerusalem in 2005.

CNN insiders say that has resulted, particularly in the early weeks of the war, in a greater focus on Israeli suffering and the Israeli narrative of the war as a hunt for Hamas and its tunnels, and an insufficient focus on the scale of Palestinian civilian deaths and destruction in Gaza.

One journalist described a “schism” within the network over coverage they said was at times reminiscent of the cheerleading that followed 9/11. Another journalist in a different bureau said that they too saw pushback. “Senior staffers who disagree with the status quo are butting heads with the executives giving orders, questioning how we can effectively tell the story with such restrictive directives in place,” they said.


That is not even what the article said, and the west cannot "ignore" it either.


Japan's Itochu Corporation, one of the world's largest companies, announced today that it is ending its partnership with the largest zionist weapons company, Elbit Systems.
The company cited the International Court of Justice's ruling at the end of January as the reason for cutting ties, and stated that they have already suspended new activities coming from a March 2023 memorandum of understanding.
The decision also comes following rounds of protests over several months in front of Itochu's Tokyo headquarters due to its dealings with the zionist entity.
This is the second major cessation of relations with Elbit this week, after logistics giant K+N cut ties earlier due to direct action by Palestine Action.


Rare Japan W?


Well, last time, they didn't ignore it, they literally passed a law saying they would fight it. The "Hague Invasion Act".




Damn bro a whole 4 generations huh? That means they must have first come there in the 40s sometime. Do you think this bitch has ever asked her great grandfather how many Palestinian families he shot during the Nakba?


>refuge from dhimmitude

Would be funny, if she got shot for looking too Arab.


blood and soil but Jewish


Stop obsessing about this literally who woman you weirdo.


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>my family has been in this settler colony for four generations!


Fascist race logic is never logical or consistent. We all know this here but just to illustrate it for the millionth time, if the historical presence of some genetics of yours in some piece of land gives you the rightful claim to that land then how far back do we accept that right to be valid for? That woman mentions 4 generations, but of course if pressed she would say that her "people" have been there for thousands of years. Of course those people have been living in that land besides other peoples for the same amount of time. That begs the question, why don't those other peoples have the same right to that land? Go far enough back in history and you'll find a time where Jews hadn't ever lived in that land and some other people did, do those people have a right to that land? In response to that the fascist would say, "well that is so far back that those people have drifted and intermixed so much that they now virtually don't exist", but wouldn't that logic exclude millions of modern day Jews from the ethnic group that according to them has a right to the land?


>muh hAgUE inVASion aCT
more like read HEGel


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One of these days, liberalism will stop falling out when you talk.

>read Hegel

I prefer actual, real history.


They want to do colonizing and conquer more land as capitalism needs constant growth, to do that they need to have a claim to that area, the "we wuz" casus belli is the classic ol' reliable.


It's a real tweet you JIDF shill. Kill yourself


Don't care. How about you retreat it to your foggiest 'followerrs'.


>I prefer REAL history
Why are you actively hostile to ideas you know nothing about? Also how am I a liberal?


Certainly, unlimited genocide on the 1st world!!


You can read all of the history you want, but if you don't take time to learn how to consciously reflect on it then you are doomed to not learn.


You know nothing about the historical processes which underpin and guide things


Name one other poster who is just as, if not more, invested in the ICJ ruling as anything other than a Bruh moment in a long series of threadpulls on the circus of international politics.


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You don't know shit about dialectics


If you wanna reduce this event to a "bruh" moment, then that is your prerogative, and who am I to stop you from being retarded?


Like seriously: you know nothing about scientific socialism, and you need to take off that flag.


What power lies behind ICJ that gives it authority and their rulings weight?


The irony is that you said that you prefer REAL history, yet you fail to make a proper analysis or even really recognize it when you are living through it. I'm not going to explain things to you because you have already asserted that you have no interest in learning, so I am going to stop replying for now.


But if you change your mind, then read this:


As crazy as it sounds, maybe try reading it uncritically, lest your weird ideological hangups prevent you from getting the point.

You have to grow up and become a real Marxist, and sometimes that entails not being an edgy nihilistic contrarian.


How many black people does ICC need to prosecute and convict before you admit what the real function of "intergovernmental organizations" espousing liberal ideals is?


Look I'm all for ending mass black incarceration but I think defending war criminals and child soldier enjoyers might be going a bit too far


Like seriously: there is a genocide going on, like holocaust shit, and you are here, so I assume you care about it, and if you are ever going to fucking DO anything about it, then you have to recognize when real or even symbolic progress is made, because symbolic events such as this are just emblematic of deeper historical trends- the dialectic unfolding.

You also have to reflect and truly recognize the weight of what is happening, and recognize yourself as a historical subject, then process it and stop dooming all the time.

Dooming right now is actively harmful, so cut that shit. There are children being blown up right now and I don't think that they would appreciate your jaded "wisdom," nor your arrogance.

You are a regular in this thread, and what you have been pushing is not REAL politics. It is petty, parasocial internet elitism. It might be a hobby for you- maybe even an identity- but this is serious shit to the people involved in that and the fundamental problem here is that you refuse to recognize that.

Grow the fuck up. This goes for all of you.


I am acutely aware my friend.


You are so close to getting it.


When petty theft is persecuted more than corporate theft, we understand what's up. When black neighbourhoods are policed more than white ones, we understand what's up. When only Africans are persecuted for war crimes, apparently, it's a mystery.


I mean yeah of course Bush et al should be up for war crimes too but the fact we can't get all of them doesn't mean we should go after none of them


Jesus christ you are fucking stupid


I'm not 'stanning' the ICJ you fucking idiot


Damn, when you put it like that it seems like it actually is a pretty big deal that Philly Bibi actually is being implicated in an ICJ trial!!


Yeah, unironically.


If you fail to recognize the historical significance of that, then I can't help you.


Look, your chief complaint is that these international institutions do nothing because they are made in a way that suits the bourgeoisie and are controlled by them, that the deck is stacked, right?

Then you should be able to recognize that when those international institutions turn on the imperialist dogs' golden calf, that isn't insignificant.


And if you haven't noticed, communists everywhere are celebrating this, or at least see it as a positive development. You are the only one who is being a baby about it.


AND you are pushing the liberal narrative on this, that being that it's supposedly a nothingburger.


Yes, and no. Integrity is non-existent. Gaslighting is the norm. There is a (small) chance that this might lead to dissolution of UN. Otherwise, at the top level, nothing of real consequence will happen. Maybe something at the bottom level. Maybe.

Also, are you going to do anything with this idiot that mistook you for me?


huh? Yeah, seems there was a mixup. Of course it is, because behind law is always the implicit threat of violence, and war is just an extension of politics; they are interlinked, and when oppressed nations make even formal accusations and condemnations of their oppressors, that is a huge development, and that is why I care about it.

It isn't a liberal framework,and it's not that I believe in the alleged sanctity of these institutions; it is more just that the ICJ is a barometer for class struggle.


When the UN Charter prohibited the threat or use of force in international politics, countries simply stopped declaring wars. Wars still happened, they just weren't declared. All this is just another layer of farce. And the only thing I care about farce is its end.


Israel having a normal one


>because behind law is always the implicit threat of violence
What is the violence behind the ICJ rulings? Consider that the ICJ said that Russia should suspend its invasion for all the good that did


NATO, if it suits their purposes. Probably.


it's not about the dancing israelis conspiracy you dumbass, it's just a corny comment about how everything is going to be fine for israelis after the genocide


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Well the threat of violence is they can issue arrest warrants which prevent you from traveling to a lot of countries. They won't issue one for Netanyahu or anyone else, but it would be based if they did. Imagine if he wasn't allowed to travel to Europe anymore.


absolutely correct. the idea of israel being tried for genocide was unimaginable in september of 2023, half a year later it is a reality. the same people here saying the ICJ case means nothing would have said in september that theres no way israel will ever be taken before the ICJ in the first place, let alone for genocide, and that would be a reasonable thing to believe in light of the near century of israel committing genocide and every other crime imaginable with immunity. even if its a formalistic diplomatic dispute that wont have an immediate effect of israels capacity or immediately save any palestinians, ICJ even taking the case as seriously as they are is a massive development


>Consider that the ICJ said that Russia should suspend its invasion for all the good that did
When the ICJ says this, it is the ruling classes using the power and position of the ICJ to push for an unpopular measure, and that is why Russia ignored it. Right now, it is the oppressed wielding that power to pursue a noble goal. It can serve both interests, and this is what you all fail to recognize.
That all goes for you too. In case you haven't noticed, we are on the brink of war and the axis of resistance is indeed resisting.

You are failing to make the connection between international institutions and state actors and individual conflicts, and that is because you are engaging in vulgar materialism.


Thank you friend. I don't know how some people here can say that it's a nothingburger and that "the oppressed world will never do anything about it" when the Resistance is striking amerikan bases as we speak.

They are witnessing history unfolding and failing to identify it.


>Right now, it is the oppressed wielding that power to pursue a noble goal
What power is that though? The other replies at least gave some thought to that. What can South Africa get out of the ICJ that the United States could not?


History is unfolding so fast that people have failed to even catch up with it.





Their goal is not to defeat them militarily, but rather make the war as costly and as difficult as it can possibly be


>It can serve both interests, and this is what you all fail to recognize.
When has the ruling class allowed its tools to be used against itself?

>In case you haven't noticed, we are on the brink of war and the axis of resistance is indeed resisting.

I know. And I hope making up bullshit as pretext for invasion of Yemen that US needed to invade a month ago, gives it the extra kick to initiate UN's dissolution.


>What can South Africa get out of the ICJ that the United States could not?

an ICJ ruling of genocide, or even the danger of genocide, gives formal legitemacy to military opposition of israel and palestinian liberation that is usually only reserved for american empire and occasionally the more-or-less uninvolved margins. no that legitemacy is not uncontested or an immediate shift in global power, but it is still a massive shift away from the UN and ICC from being 90% rubber stamps for american empire and 10% a complaint box for the rest of the world


and biden is going "p-pls can we bomb you a little to not look weak" and being left on read


>When has the ruling class allowed its tools to be used against itself?
blowback from every single reactionary group they have ever supported, but that is beside the point.

They have to, to a certain degree, abide by the laws that have been set in place, and everybody knows that. It is brinksmanship at play. State actors must maintain at least a veneer of rationality and etiquette and abide by norms as well.

Again, there is always an implied threat of violence, and there is violence taking place, and support for that violence is growing.


Exactly! They are losing their legitimacy and they know it!


Hezbollah actions 02/05/24:

13:35: targeting the Al-Samaqa site in the hills of Kafr Shuba and the occupied Lebanese Shebaa Farms with rocket weapons, achieving direct hits.
13:45: targeting the Ruwaisat Al-Alam site in the occupied Lebanese Shebaa Farms with rocket weapons, achieving direct hits.
15:35: targeting the Al-Samaqa site in the hills of Kafr Shuba and the occupied Lebanese Shebaa Farms for the second time with rocket weapons, achieving direct hits.
17:00: targeting the "Yiftah" barracks with rocket weapons, hitting it directly.



History is unfolding so fast that it won't even notice I'm gay



forgot this


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>and biden is going "p-pls can we bomb you a little to not look weak"
tbf that's been the esysnlished norm with the factions involved in Syria.


That's the thing with theater and farce - people get tired of it.


Don't worry Anon I'll carve a stone tablet announcing it so archeologists of the future will know.


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Thanks to people protesting under their HQ.


>Itochu stock down 2% on the news
When you go against "them", this happens





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>1B market cap erased in a day just because you went against "them"
Eat shit zionist.


2% is well within normal daily fluctuation


Fuck all tangible power but the West has made information war into something powerful, so the ICJ rulings against Ukraine and SA's case against Israel are therefore significant.


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just saw a video by RealLifeGlowie where America was going to blockade China in SEA. How the turntables.


Bloque Si Yanqui No


More like
Yaypeg gay


I had heard that the Kurds were working with Assad now. Back to their old tricks!


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as i suspected the clown did not answer your question


Everyone works with and fights Everyone. Have you not been paying attention?


The government of the Belgian region of Wallonia cancelled two arms exports licenses to the zionist entity, citing the International Court of Justice's ruling. The cancelled gunpowder contracts, which were granted to PB Clermont in early 2023, had been set to arrive at the occupied port of Asdod.
Four days ago, Belgium summoned the zionist ambassador after a Belgian development agency building in Gaza City was bombed by the IOF. Belgium has also refused to suspend UNRWA funding, and its major trade unions have refused arms exports to the zionist entity since the end of October. Liège, a city in the Wallonia region, also suspended ties with the zionist entity in October.


New vids



They are. A while back some Turkish airstrikes killed both SAA troops and YPG fighters because they were jointly occupying positions in the north.


At the end of the day they must both man the lins together or large portions will forever be lost to Turks ad their beasts.


Based PTB leading the way.


lainchan admin is banning any and all palestine discussion. had a good hamas link there to their manifesto but cant find it anymore


In the name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful
The Hamas movement has recently delivered its response regarding the framework agreement to the brothers in Qatar and Egypt, following the completion of leadership consultations within the movement and with the resistance factions.
The movement has dealt with the proposal in a positive spirit, ensuring a comprehensive and complete ceasefire, ending the aggression against our people, and ensuring relief, shelter, and reconstruction, as well as lifting the blockade on the Gaza Strip and accomplishing a prisoner exchange process.
We value the role of our brothers in Egypt and Qatar and all the countries striving to stop the brutal aggression against our people.
As we salute our people and their legendary steadfastness and valiant resistance, especially in the Gaza Strip, we affirm that we in the Hamas movement, along with all the national forces and factions, are continuing to defend our people, on the path to ending the occupation and achieving their legitimate national rights in their land and sanctities.
Islamic Resistance Movement - Hamas
Tuesday: 25 Rajab 1445H
Corresponding to: 06 February 2024


Israelis are talking about attacking Rafah, UN also claims its imminent with media output in thst direction.
Not good.


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>when you starve babies ftw


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damn, next domino, well-done sumar


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they make robert evans seethe which is good enough for me.



Hostages’ relatives gain political clout as war reshapes electoral landscape
When pollsters asked a representative sample of the Israeli public in January to name anyone they would like to see entering politics, relatives of hostages held by Hamas in Gaza were among the names that cropped up most often.

The previously unreported survey, seen by Reuters, shows how the families’ campaign for a deal to free their loved ones has struck a chord with Israelis who would like to see political change, at a time when Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s popularity is at rock bottom.

The results are part of a wider transformation of Israel’s political landscape precipitated by Hamas’s October 7 massacre and is likely to accelerate when the most intense phase of the Gaza war ends and a reckoning for the security failures of that day begins.

“The hostage protests are a pivotal point for other types of protests against the government to emerge,” said Nimrod Nir, a political psychologist at the Truman Research Institute of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, which conducted the survey.

One of the names mentioned by respondents was Gil Dickmann, a cousin of hostage Carmel Gat and an active figure in the Hostages and Missing Families Forum campaign group.

Another was Jonathan Shamriz, whose brother Alon was one of three hostages mistakenly shot dead by Israeli forces in Gaza on December 15, and who has become an outspoken government critic.

“I will do what I need to in order to fix this country. If that means going into politics, then I’ll have to see,” he told Reuters.

Some respondents did not mention names but wrote variants of “hostage families,” reflecting the impact of the Forum itself and its “Bring Them Home Now” campaign.

The war was sparked by Hamas’s unprecedented October 7 onslaught in Israel, during which thousands of Hamas-led terrorists stormed southern Israel and killed nearly 1,200 people, mainly civilians, and took 253 hostages while committing numerous atrocities and weaponizing sexual violence on a mass scale.

Vowing to eliminate Hamas, Israel launched a massive military offensive that has killed at least 27,365 people in Gaza, according to the Hamas-ruled territory’s health ministry. The figure cannot be independently verified and is believed to include both civilians and Hamas members killed in Gaza, including as a consequence of terror groups’ own rocket misfires. The IDF says it has killed some 10,000 Hamas terrorists in battle. Israel also says it killed some 1,000 gunmen inside Israel on October 7.

<Left-right divide

The Forum and most individual relatives of hostages have been trying to avoid partisan politics or confrontation with the right-wing coalition government while the lives of their loved ones hang in the balance.

“Our struggle right now is not a political struggle,” said Elad Or, whose brother Dror is in Hamas captivity. Dror’s wife Yonat was killed. The couple’s two teenage children were held hostage until November 25 when they were freed during a brief truce.

Mirroring the restraint of the families, who inspire huge public empathy, Netanyahu has mostly avoided overtly criticizing them, although frustrations have mounted on both sides.

Protests by relatives outside his house have irked Netanyahu. He lashed out during a January 27 news conference that such actions “only strengthen the demands of Hamas.”

During the weeklong truce in late November, Hamas freed 105 Israeli and foreign hostages and Israel released 240 Palestinian prisoners.

Since then, the issue of what price Israel should pay to get remaining hostages back, and how to balance that goal against its other stated war objective, to destroy Hamas, has become increasingly polarizing.

Negotiations between Israel and Hamas on a ceasefire and hostage deal, mediated by Qatar and Egypt and backed by the United States, are ongoing but the outcome is uncertain.

Netanyahu, who faces rifts within his fractious coalition over terms for a hostage deal, said on Sunday Israel was not ready to agree to “any price.”

Polls by the Truman Institute and the Israel Democracy Institute (IDI) show a sharp left-right split on the issue.

On the left, support for a deal with Hamas involving concessions such as a ceasefire or prisoner release in exchange for the hostages is much higher, while on the right opposition to such a deal and support for continuing the war are stronger.

Political scientist Tamar Hermann of the IDI said solidarity with the hostage families was blending with the broader anti-government sentiment, partly rooted in a huge prewar protest movement against Netanyahu’s plan to overhaul the judiciary.

<Kibbutz factor

A large proportion of the Gaza captives come from kibbutzim, communities that have deep historical links with the political left. New or existing left-wing parties could be a natural fit for any hostage relatives who did decide to go into politics.

Asked whether his party wanted to recruit any of them, Tomer Reznik, secretary-general of left-wing Meretz, said it was reorganizing itself for the next election and part of this would be finding new candidates “relevant to the current situation.”

Conversely, the hostage families are seen as opponents by some on the right, especially on the ultra-nationalist far right, which has sway over Netanyahu because it is part of his fragile coalition. Two far-right ministers, Bezalel Smotrich and Itamar Ben Gvir, are implacably opposed to a deal with Hamas and could bring down his government at any moment.

Some of Netanyahu’s hard-right supporters in politics and media portray the hostage families as leftists abusing public sympathy to further their anti-government agenda, said political scientist Gideon Rahat of the Hebrew University.

One tactic, he said, was to amplify the voices of a small number of far-right hostage relatives who oppose any deal with Hamas, such as Eliyahu Libman, a settler from Kiryat Arba in the Israeli-occupied West Bank, whose son Elyakim is held hostage.

Libman has argued that Israel must destroy Hamas, no matter the cost, so that no Israeli is harmed by it in the future.

“My son is the most important thing in the world to me but the State of Israel is also the most important thing in the world to me,” he told Channel 13 news.


i dont get the appeal of tiktok. why would u watch this?


Comrade Xi giving us the true reality of the world.


They don't make dancing Israelis like they used to.




i expected the ucj ruling to really not matter and just be ignored but some it has already led to some minor good things such as >>1752036


damn, why is belgium being so based?



B*lgians of all people? But hey progress either way.


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Hezbollah actions 02/06/24:

8:15: the "Ramim" (Hounin) barracks were targeted with two Burkan rockets, hitting it directly.
10:00: the deployment of "israeli" soldiers around the site of Jal al-Alam was targeted with a Falaq-1 missile, hitting it directly.
11:20: a gathering of "israeli" soldiers around "Ramim" (Hounin) barracks was targeted with rocket weapons, hitting it directly.
13:12: Al-Marj site and the deployment of "israeli" soldiers in its vicinity were targeted with artillery shells, achieving direct hits.
14:10: the command headquarters of the "Beit Hillel" battalion of the Eastern Regional Brigade 769 was targeted with appropriate weapons, achieving direct hits.
14:30: the Ruwaisat Al-Alam site in the occupied Lebanese Shebaa Farms was targeted with appropriate weapons, achieving direct hits.
15:30: the Al-Ramtha in the occupied Lebanese Shebaa Farms was targeted with rocket weapons, achieving direct hits.
15:40: the Al-Samaqa site in the Kfar Shuba hills and the occupied Lebanese Shebaa Farms was targeted with rocket weapons, achieving direct hits.
15:50: the spying equipment at the Ruwaisat Al-Alam site in the occupied Lebanese Shebaa Farms was targeted with appropriate weapons, achieving direct hits.


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Holy fuck, and that is reuters. How can anyone take any major propaganda publication/outlet seriously after this.


>8:15: the "Ramim" (Hounin) barracks were targeted with two Burkan rockets, hitting it directly.


Oh hey it's what people were predicting would happen months ago. Only real question is how sharp the internal conflict gets and whether it's enough to become an existential threat to Israel.


No it seems to be Times of Israel. Reuters is biased, but that article has too much bullshit even for them


Oh I thought I put it in name or subject.


Just not to Kurd related news


Draft - Preliminary Response/ the Hamas Movement's Response
To a General Framework for a Comprehensive Agreement among the Parties
(between the "israeli" occupation, Hamas, and the Palestinian factions)
This agreement aims to stop the mutual military operations between the parties, achieve complete and lasting calm, exchange prisoners between the two sides, end the blockade on Gaza, reconstruction, return of residents and displaced persons to their homes, and provide shelter and relief requirements for all residents in all areas of the Gaza Strip, according to the following stages:

First Stage (45 days):
This humanitarian stage aims at releasing all "israeli" detainees from among women and children (under the age of 19, not conscripted), the elderly, and the sick, in exchange for a specific number of Palestinian prisoners, in addition to intensifying humanitarian aid, redeployment of forces outside populated areas, allowing the commencement of reconstruction of hospitals, houses, and facilities in all areas of the Strip, and permitting the United Nations and its agencies to provide humanitarian services, and establishing housing camps for the population, as follows:
A temporary cessation of military operations, cessation of aerial reconnaissance, and redeployment of "israeli" forces away from populated areas in the entire Gaza Strip, to be aligned with the dividing line, enabling the parties to complete the exchange of detainees and prisoners.
The two parties will release "israeli" detainees from among women and children (under the age of 19, not conscripted), the elderly, and the sick, in exchange for a number of Palestinian prisoners, ensuring the release of all individuals whose names are pre-agreed upon during this stage.
Intensification of the entry of necessary and sufficient quantities for the population's needs (to be determined) of humanitarian aid and fuel daily, allowing appropriate quantities of humanitarian aid to reach all areas in the Gaza Strip including the north of the Strip, and the return of displaced persons to their residences in all areas of the Strip.
Reconstruction of hospitals across the Strip and introducing what necessary for establishing population camps/tents for sheltering the population, and resumption of all humanitarian services provided to the population by the United Nations and its agencies.
Beginning of (indirect) negotiations regarding the requirements necessary for restoring complete calm.
The attached appendix with details of the first stage is an integral part of this agreement, with the agreement on details of the second and third stages during the implementation of the first stage.

Second Stage (45 days):
The completion of (indirect) negotiations regarding the requirements necessary for the continued cessation of mutual military operations and return to a state of complete calm must be announced before implementing the second stage.
This stage aims to release all detained men (civilians and conscripts), in exchange for specific numbers of Palestinian prisoners, continuation of humanitarian measures from the first stage, withdrawal of "israeli" forces outside the borders of all Gaza Strip areas, and commencement of comprehensive reconstruction of houses, facilities, and infrastructure destroyed in all areas of the Gaza Strip, according to specific mechanisms that ensure implementation of this and the complete end of the siege on the Gaza Strip, as agreed upon in the first stage.

Third Stage (45 days):
This stage aims at exchanging the bodies and remains of the deceased between the two sides after identification, and continuation of humanitarian measures from the first and second stages, according to what will be agreed upon in the first and second stages.
Framework Agreement Appendix: Details of the First Stage
Complete cessation of military operations from both sides, and stopping all forms of aerial activities including reconnaissance, throughout this stage.
Redeployment of "israeli" forces away from populated areas in the entire Gaza Strip, to be aligned with the dividing line to the east and north, enabling the parties to complete the exchange of detainees and prisoners.
Both parties will release "israeli" detainees from among women and children (under the age of 19, not conscripted), the elderly, and the sick, in exchange for all prisoners in the occupation's prisons including women, children, elderly (above 50 years), and the sick who were arrested up to the date of signing this agreement without exception, in addition to 1,500 Palestinian prisoners, of whom Hamas will name 500 with life sentences and high sentences.
Completion of necessary legal procedures ensuring that the released Palestinian and Arab prisoners are not re-arrested for the same charges for which they were arrested.
The mutual and simultaneous release in a manner that ensures the release of all individuals listed in the pre-agreed lists during this stage, with names and lists exchanged before implementation.
Improvement of conditions for prisoners in the occupation's prisons and lifting of measures and sanctions imposed after October 7th, 2023.
Stopping the incursions and aggression by "israeli" settlers on Al-Aqsa Mosque and returning the situation in Al-Aqsa Mosque to what it was before 2002.
Intensifying the entry of necessary and sufficient quantities for the residents' needs (no less than 500 trucks) of humanitarian aid and fuel daily, allowing appropriate quantities of humanitarian aid to reach all areas of the Strip, especially the north of the Gaza Strip.
The return of displaced persons to their residences in all areas of the Strip, ensuring the freedom of movement of residents and citizens by all means of transport without hindrance in all areas of the Gaza Strip, especially from the south to the north.
Ensuring the opening of all crossings with the Gaza Strip, resumption of trade, and allowing the freedom of movement of individuals and goods without obstacles.
Lifting any "israeli" restrictions on the movement of travelers, patients, and the wounded through the Rafah crossing.
Ensuring all wounded men, women, and children are allowed to receive treatment abroad without restrictions.

Egypt and Qatar will lead efforts with all necessary parties to manage and supervise the guarantee, achievement, and completion of the following issues:
Providing and introducing sufficient heavy equipment necessary for debris and rubble removal.
Providing civil defense equipment, and the requirements of the Ministry of Health.
The process of reconstructing hospitals and bakeries across the Strip and introducing what is necessary for establishing camps for residents/tents for sheltering the population.
Introducing no less than 60,000 temporary homes (caravans/containers) such that 15,000 homes enter the Gaza Strip each week from the start of this stage, in addition to 200,000 shelter tents, at a rate of 50,000 tents each week, to shelter those whose homes were destroyed by the occupation during the war.
Beginning the reconstruction and repair of infrastructure in all areas of the Strip, and rehabilitating electricity, telecommunications, and water networks.
Approving a reconstruction plan for homes, economic facilities, and public utilities destroyed due to aggression, scheduling the reconstruction process within no more than 3 years.
Resumption of all humanitarian services provided to the population in all areas of the Strip, by the United Nations, its agencies, especially UNRWA, and all international organizations operating to resume their work in all areas of the Gaza Strip as before October 7th, 2023.
Re-supplying the Gaza Strip with the necessary fuel to re-operate the power generation station and all sectors.
The occupation's commitment to supplying Gaza with its electricity and water needs.
Beginning (indirect) negotiations regarding the requirements necessary for the continued cessation of mutual military operations and return to a state of complete and mutual calm.
The exchange process is closely linked to the extent of commitment to the entry of sufficient aid, relief, and shelter mentioned and agreed upon.
Guarantors of the agreement: (Egypt, Qatar, Turkey, Russia, the United Nations).


Oh, I don't know why I thought that I kinda spaced out reading it


Been a while since I posted from the AJ liveblog, I'll try to summarize concisely and sorry for forgetting to post so much.


Hezbollah says it has launched 961 military operations against Israel

Hezbollah said it hit 56 Israeli military vehicles, 26 command centres and two Iron Dome missile defence batteries over the past 120 days. The group also said that its attacks have resulted in more than 2,000 Israeli casualties – a far higher number than the losses announced by Israel.

Israeli army officials admit staff was behind graphic Gaza Telegram channel

The Israeli army has been operating an unofficial psychological warfare Telegram channel called “72 Virgins – Uncensored” that regularly dehumanised Palestinians in Gaza, calling them “cockroaches” and posting graphic videos to celebrate their mutilation, maiming, killing and humiliation.

Israel plan to hire 65,000 foreign building workers to replace Palestinians

The Israeli government has said it will bring workers from India, Sri Lanka and Uzbekistan to resume construction stalled since October 7 when Palestinian workers were sent home after Hamas’s attack.

Al Jazeera’s Wael Dahdouh’s mother dies

The mother of Al Jazeera’s Gaza bureau chief has died at a hospital in Gaza due to illness.

Dahdouh had lost his wife Amna, son Mahmoud, daughter Sham and grandson Adam to an Israeli air raid in October. Dahdouh was later wounded in an Israeli drone attack that killed his colleague, Al Jazeera cameraman Samer Abudaqa. Last month, his eldest son, Hamza – a journalist who worked with Al Jazeera – was also killed in an Israeli attack alongside fellow journalist Mustafa Thuraya.

Spain to send extra funds to UNRWA

Spain’s Foreign Minister Jose Manuel Albares says the country will send the UNRWA an additional 3.5 million euros ($3.8m) in aid.

Madrid contributed 18.5 million euros ($19.9m) directly to UNRWA in 2023, including 10 million euros ($10.8m) approved in December following the decision to triple development and humanitarian aid to the Palestinian territories.

White House denies Biden called Netanyahu a ‘bad f***ing guy’: Report

US President Joe Biden is said to be “deeply suspicious” of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and called him a “bad f***ing guy” in private, reports US outlet Politico, quoting anonymous sources who have talked to the president.

Andrew Bates, a Biden spokesperson, denied the claim, saying, “The president did not say that, nor would he”. He added that the leaders have “a decades-long relationship that is respectful in public and in private”.

Biden’s ratings drop, fewer than 3 in 10 approve of his handling of Israel-Hamas war: Poll

Fewer than three in 10 approve of Biden’s handling of the conflict, according to the polling. Further still, only 15 percent of voters under 35 approve of his approach, while 70 percent disapprove.

At least 540 Israeli soldiers wounded in ‘friendly fire’ since ground invasion

Citing the Israeli army, Israel’s Channel 12 is reporting that at least 540 soldiers have been wounded since October 27.

UNRWA food convoy targeted by Israeli naval fire: Official

A truck carrying food supplies has been struck by gunfire from Israel’s navy, the director of the UN refugee agency said. No one was injured, UNRWA official Thomas White said.

Six commandos killed in drone attack: SDF

Farhad Shami, a spokesperson for the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), has confirmed that an Islamic Resistance in Iraq drone strike hit an SDF commando academy at a US base at al-Omar oilfield.

Tax funds not transferred from Israel to Norway despite deal: Palestinian Authority

Palestinian Prime Minister Mohammed Shtayyeh says Israel had not transferred tax funds owed to the Palestinian Authority (PA) to Norway, according to the official Wafa news agency.

On January 21, Israel approved a plan to transfer money that it collects on behalf of the PA to the Scandinavian country. According to the agreement, Oslo was then supposed to send the money to the PA.

Israeli banks heed anti-settler US sanctions; far-right ministers object

Israeli banks say they are heeding US sanctions against four Israeli settlers accused of violence against Palestinians in the occupied West Bank despite calls by the finance minister and another far-right cabinet member not to comply.

Israel’s defence minister predicts ‘months of fighting in northern Gaza’

Israel said weeks ago that it dismantled Hamas’s “military framework” in northern Gaza.

Channel 4 finds ‘flimsy’ evidence for Israel’s UNRWA claims

The British public broadcaster Channel 4 News has said that an Israeli intelligence dossier forming the basis for allegations that UNRWA employees took part in the October 7 attacks includes little evidence to back up those claims.

The Channel 4 programme reported that Israel “provides no evidence to support its explosive new claim that UNRWA staff were involved in the terror attacks on Israel” in the document.

Other news outlets that have obtained the confidential report, including Sky News and The Financial Times (FT), have also expressed doubt about the strength of the evidence presented and also came to the same conclusion.

“The intelligence assessment, which has been seen by the FT, provides no evidence for the claims, which it says are based on smartphone intercepts and captured identity cards,” the publication reported.

Israel launches new operation to ‘clear’ Gaza City, empty all humanitarian shelters: Monitors

The Israeli military has launched a new “clearing operation” in central and northern Gaza City involving a “division-size” force, according to two US-based military think tanks.

Israel’s return to clear areas of Gaza City, which it had declared cleared of major Palestinian fighting forces in December, follows assessments by the Institute for the Study of War (ISW) and the Critical Threats Project (CTP) that Palestinian fighters were infiltrating back into the city to re-establish areas of control.

Israeli forces estimate “there are 200,000 Gazans in the northern strip, mostly concentrated within humanitarian shelters”, the ISW/CTP report states.

Israel to investigate death of 12 Israelis after bombing of house on October 7

The Israeli military is set to investigate the deaths of 12 Israelis who were killed after the house they were being held captive in by Hamas fighters was bombed by Israeli forces, the Haaretz newspaper reports.

The only two Israeli survivors of the bombing have testified that the house was shelled by an Israeli tank, with Barak Hiram, commander of the 99th Division in the Israeli military, set to be summoned in the coming days to face questioning as to whether he ordered the strike on the building.


‘Nothing spared’ in Jabalia after Israeli army’s withdrawal

A resident of the area told Al Jazeera that there’s “not a single habitable house” left.

HRW report says Jordanian authorities arrested, harassed pro-Palestinian activists

Human Rights Watch (HRW) says that Jordanian authorities targeted citizens who have taken part in pro-Palestine protests or engaged in online advocacy since October 7.

Jordanian lawyers representing detainees told HRW that the authorities had likely arrested hundreds of people for their involvement in the protests that swept the nation after Israel launched its war on Gaza, in some cases using a new and highly controversial cybercrimes law.

107 people killed in a dozen Israeli attacks over the past day

Israeli forces carried out 12 separate attacks on Gaza in the last 24 hours, killing 107 people and injuring 143 others, the Health Ministry says.

The total death toll since October 7 reached 27,585 Palestinians with 66,978 wounded, it said in a statement.

Israeli leaders reviewing planned attack on Rafah: Report

Israeli authorities are reviewing military plans for an attack on southern Rafah, a city once called a “safe zone” where Palestinians were ordered to move to.

On Monday, Israel’s Defence Minister Yoav Gallant reiterated the military’s “next target” in Gaza will be Rafah, claiming it’s the last remaining Hamas stronghold.

Rights groups have warned against any Israeli offensive in Rafah, which could result in a huge loss of lives with an estimated 1.4 million people sheltering there.

Israeli military says 31 additional captives in Gaza have been pronounced dead

“We have informed 31 families that their captured loved ones are no longer among the living and that we have pronounced them dead,” Israeli military spokesman Daniel Hagari told reporters.

Israel says it is studying Hamas response to possible deal

The Israeli government has issued its first official remarks on Hamas’s response to a possible truce deal, stating that the group’s comments are being studied by all parties involved in the mediation process, but offering few details.

Israeli military to probe reports that some Israeli civilians killed by fire from own forces on October 7

The Israeli military has opened a probe to investigate possible breaches of the law by its forces on October 7, following reports that some Israeli civilians may have been killed by fire from their own forces on that day.

Saudi Arabia says no diplomatic relations with Israel without Palestinian state

Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs has issued a statement saying that “The Kingdom has communicated its firm position to the US administration that there will be no diplomatic relations with Israel unless an independent Palestinian state is recognised on the 1967 borders with East Jerusalem as its capital, and that the Israeli aggression on the Gaza Strip stops and all Israeli occupation forces withdraw from the Gaza Strip.”

Civilians killed by Israeli air strikes on Syria: SANA

The Israeli military has launched air strikes on the city of Homs and surrounding countryside, “killing a number of civilians” and injuring several more, reports Syria’s SANA news agency, citing a military source.

Health Ministry sounds alarm as Israeli siege of Nasser Hospital tightens in Khan Younis

Israeli forces have intensified their siege of the Nasser Hospital – the main medical facility in southern Khan Younis – further endangering the lives of 300 medical staff, 450 patients and an estimated 10,000 displaced people sheltering in the surrounding compound, the UN reports.

Based on an announcement from Gaza’s Ministry of Health, the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs also reports that Nasser Hospital has fuel reserves for just four more days of power. There is already a severe shortage of surgical supplies and sutures.

Houthis fire 6 ballistic missiles at vessels in Red Sea, Gulf of Aden

Houthi fighters in Yemen launched six antiship ballistic missiles at vessels in the Red Sea and the Gulf of Aden over the course of Tuesday, the US Central Command (CENTCOM) reports, with one Greek-owned bulk carrier sustaining damage but being able to continue its journey.

War monitors question Israeli ‘dismantling’ of Hamas battalions

In their latest battlefield assessment, US-based think tanks Institute for the Study of War (ISW) and the Critical Threats Project (CTP) said ongoing operations by Palestinian fighters in the west of Gaza City had spurred Israel to mobilise a division-sized force to re-clear the city over the past week.

“Gallant and the [Israeli military] have not identified a precise definition for ‘dismantle’, the ISW/CTP said.

“The continued Palestinian militia attacks in the northern Strip demonstrate the risk posed by small, networked military cells,” the monitors said.

“These cells remain capable of reorganizing into an embryonic military structure.”

[Note - What I’ve already posted from other sources is excluded.]


Spain stopping weapons exports to Israel is a pretty huge development, no? It's a former Western colonialist power basically giving a massive fuck you to the Zionist Entity


Yeah, Spain is also currently pushing for the recognition of Palestine by the EU, it's an election promise.


Controversial itt, anon. I agree. Countries and corps using these rulings as justification for actions against Israel is one of the examples of the intangible powers of these courts imo.


>“The intelligence assessment, which has been seen by the FT, provides no evidence for the claims, which it says are based on smartphone intercepts and captured identity cards,” the publication reported.
The anti-imperialist/pro-Palestine left really needs to get on the same page: when an accusation like this comes out, instead of correctly pointing out that UNRWA employs 13k people and only 12 allegedly took part, we should demand evidence and not even dignify the claim unless some serious proof is presented.

Nobody should believe a word that comes out of their mouths, and everybody needs to understand that, not just leftists.


>The only two Israeli survivors of the bombing have testified that the house was shelled by an Israeli tank, with Barak Hiram, commander of the 99th Division in the Israeli military, set to be summoned in the coming days to face questioning as to whether he ordered the strike on the building.
Like that; I have personally been saying all along that Hamas did not primarily target settlers that day, and that 'israeli' tanks and helicopters were seen firing into kibbutzes.

We can not concede an inch on these things.


< Isn'treal
>ummm, they are no longer among the living

low energy


Your relative's subscription to life expired


>Controversial itt, anon. I agree. Countries and corps using these rulings as justification for actions against Israel is one of the examples of the intangible powers of these courts imo.
>What power
Their combined military strength, but more importantly, their cooperation and participation in the western capitalist system.
Lmao, samefag. Pathetic either way


>Spain to send extra funds to UNRWA
Rare socdem W


>Hamas did not primarily target settlers that day, and that 'israeli' tanks and helicopters were seen firing into kibbutzes.
>We can not concede an inch on these things.
This was apparent even a week after the attack from Blumenthal's twitter and this thread. Stories of rape, beheadings and babies just didn't track for me given the historical actions of Islamic militants. There's no honor in actions like that. There was even admission at the time from open Israeli sources that they needed a firestorm of outrage, no matter if it was revealed to be lies later, the western public is an instrument to be played. Like they just came out and said exactly that. Something that could be constructive, even at this stage after all the killing, would be a campaign for ICJ investigation into the illegal information war waged by Israel and the west against it's own citizens to weaponize them and make them accomplices to genocide.



Commander Abu Khaled, the spokesperson for the Martyr Omar Al-Qasim Forces (the military wing of the Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine), issued a military statement about the recent combat operations of the Martyr Omar Al-Qassam Forces on the combat axes against enemy forces in the north of the Gaza Strip and in Khan Younis:
The Martyr Omar Al-Qasim Forces engaged in clashes with "israeli" enemy forces on the axis of advance west of Gaza City, using appropriate weaponry and anti-tank rocket shells. They succeeded in hitting two enemy vehicles, killing and wounding several soldiers.
The Martyr Omar Al-Qasim Forces engaged in fierce battles against "israeli" enemy forces in the Al-Amal neighborhood in Khan Younis, where they employed heavy machine guns and anti-tank rocket shells, managing to target one of the enemy's vehicles directly and causing casualties among the soldiers, including deaths and injuries.
The Martyr Omar Al-Qasim Forces also engaged in violent clashes with Israeli occupation forces in the Tal Al-Hawa area, the surroundings of the Industry Junction, and near Al-Aqsa University in Gaza City, resulting in deaths and injuries in the ranks of the occupation soldiers and officers.
The Martyr Omar Al-Qasim Forces, the military wing of the Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine.


>Stories of rape, beheadings and babies just didn't track for me given the historical actions of Islamic militants.
I mean ISIS did shit like that, but there's always been a big difference between groups like Hamas that are essentially just nationalists in Islamic garb and actual psychos who want to resurrect the 7th century caliphate.


>gf: I'm coming over, you better not be uniting all the Resistance factions to liberate the Palestinian nation
<Me and the boys:


Martyr Abu Ali Mustafa Brigades spokesman, Abu Jamal:
O our people, the children of our proud nation in our beloved Strip, those who hold onto the embers of steadfastness and resistance, firmly insisting on your right to life in a free and dignified homeland that ensures a life and future for your children for generations to come.
Our masses everywhere, in our revolutionary [West] Bank and in our lands occupied in 1948, and our people in the diaspora and refugee camps in all places in the world:
The barbaric zionist aggression enters its fifth month, and this foolish army reaps nothing but disappointment and losses among its officers and soldiers of what it calls its elite brigades, as it spills the blood of innocent civilians, children, women, and elders, committing massacres, destroying entire residential blocks, and burning trees and stones, perhaps to compensate for its lost image of deterrence, which has become a thing of the past.
O our proud people, at the dawn of this fifth month, we send a message of pride, appreciation, and esteem to you and for you. Then, let both the distant and the near, the close and the far, hear a message whose essence is as follows:
Firstly: We in the Martyr Abu Ali Mustafa Brigades pledge to our steadfast and patient people and masses that we will remain faithful to the pure blood of the martyrs, which mingled with the soil of Gaza, increasing its purity, and increasing our determination to defend it and every inch of it.
The Martyr Abu Ali Mustafa Brigades are fighting the battle of Al-Aqsa Flood alongside our brothers in the resistance factions on all fronts and with all kinds of weapons, inflicting losses on the enemy as our daily visual reports show. Today, more than four months into the battle of Al-Aqsa Flood and the barbaric zionist aggression, we are more determined and committed to resistance as the path to liberation and return, which is guaranteed by international charters, armed with the unyielding will and determination of our people.
Secondly: We say to the cowardly arrogant zionist enemy that your blind aggression is the death knell for your army, your officers, and your soldiers. History offers lessons if you would only heed them: aggression destroys the arrogant attacker, not the defender who is firm in his right and on his land, determined to protect his people. You will reap nothing but losses among your defeated army, and the quagmire of defeat will grow day by day until your temporary entity drowns in it.
Thirdly: The zionist prisoners will only be returned by a decision by the resistance, within the framework of a deal that guarantees a permanent ceasefire, an all-for-all exchange, and the complete withdrawal from the Gaza Strip and its reconstruction.
Fourthly: We extend greetings and appreciation to the Axis of Resistance on all the blazing fronts, which today presents a new equation at the regional level that triumphs for our resistance and the struggle of our people, providing a strategic depth missed for decades. Greetings to our living Arab nations, to South Africa that triumphed for justice and humanity, and to all the peoples of the world that have not remained silent about the crimes of genocide.
Greetings to the martyrs of our people, speedy recovery to the wounded, and victory to our revolution. We will certainly be victorious.
The Martyr Abu Ali Mustafa Brigades, the military wing of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine.


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Based sniper.


The best podcast, Radio War Nerd has the best assessment of current WhiteHouse-ology as it relates to Gaza and Iran.They interviewed Trita Parsi. Real insight imo.


You answered yourself, ISIS are an intel confection.


uygha, plundering, execution, slavery and raping women are all literally regulated and accepted in most pre-21st century modes of warfare, including under the Islamic war code. And not just Islamic warfare, but also Jewish warfare (hence all the Talmudic laws about treating war brides and sex slaves) and European warfare (up until the 18th century most Europeans approved of piracy and human trafficking, especially against non Christians). And don't pull the honor shit on me, honor-focused societies like Imperial Japan did unspeakable atrocities in China. The reason why we didn't believe that Hamas participate in that stuff isn't because we believe that their military brigades are particularly honorable, but because there simply isn't any proof about itm


After suffering heavy losses in Gaza and due to the necessity for more soldiers, the IOF proposed to the zionist government to extend the duration of military conscription to 3 years for male and female settlers (from about 2 years currently), as well as to raise the age limit for reserve soldiers to 45 years old.


They're going to need a lot more sperm retriever


Pedants digging deep into history for exceptions is so fucking boring. Everybody's aware of the history. If you want to get pedantic, the thread is /Palestine vs the Zionist entity/ and crusader-era raep and pillage isn't relevant to modern Islamic political movements. Palestine is an acutely politically aware region, all the surrounding countries are extremely well educated politically and medieval shit is in their distant past as it's in ours. It's fucking insulting to immediately
>but muh ISIS
>but muh bloody ancient warfare
and I'm no friend of Islam. This is a modern political and social environment and there is no honor in raeps, beheadings or baking babies for these modern, educated people.


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Pro-Palestinian Pornstar Sparks Outrage After Iran Visit


>Wright also screenshotted a comment on Alinejad's X post criticizing her trip to Iran, which reads: "The diaspora is losing its mind over this visit because it challenges the narrative they've been constructing for years now that Iran is this repressive place.

>"They're upset (1) she's a porn star (2) she's pro-Palestinian and (3) she doesn't endorse their pro-sanctions, interventionist ideology."

>Wright criticized Iran for not celebrating Palestinian revolutionaries such as Ghassan Kanafani, George Habash and Leila Khaled, members of the PFLP


Senior leaders in Iraq's Kataeb Hezbollah of the Popular Mobilization Forces, Abu Baqer Al-Saaidi and Arkan Al-Alawi, have ascended to martyrdom following a cowardly American assassination targeting the car they were in with drones east of Baghdad, Iraq.
Iraqi sources reported that a second American attack targeted another area east of Baghdad. Crowds have gathered at the site of the assassination and are chanting "America is the Greater Satan."
Glory to the martyrs.


Rape is part of every military stop being delusional.


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>Nicaragua could move to take Germany, Canada, the U.K. and the Netherlands to the International Court of Justice over their role in aiding Israel’s genocide in Gaza. Nicaragua called on the four nations to immediately stop providing arms, munitions and technology to the Israeli army.




as if that stuff isnt accepted now lole if anything ancient warfare was less brutal than modern because you couldnt nuke people with 3,000000 pound bombs or herd them into gas chambers. murder and raep were the worst crimes possible.

I am friend of islam to be clear. just laying it out there

lol what the butt pflp porn hmmmm….. gotta search her up

black flag-sama, did the catalonia army do teh raep? do anarchist armies do raep? [okay i am ex anarchist so i know but i was wonder where this was going]

why would they go after kataib hezbollah right after kataib said "no strikes on iran" yeah lets take out those guys. you know if we kill the leaders who issued an order not to attack us maybe they will be less likely to attack us. america aint sending their best.. unlessss………… its all bait and they want to be attcaked so they can nuke eyeran.


>New namefag with a pedophile nickname identifies as an anarchist

Every time.


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From picrel, no doubt.


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literally says ex-anarchist


Basically nobody is paying attention to Syria. Thar was the joke sorry.
>black flag-sama, did the catalonia army do teh raep?
There was very likely there was rapes fron all sides in the Spanish civil war, yes.
The point is not to take these individual acts as as condemnations of either side and to just be clear that the original zionist claim of rape as a weapon by the resistance ordered systemicaly is complete nonsense.


>I am friend of islam to be clear


Isn't this the same Hezbollah group that called off operations against the Americans in Iraq? Fat lot of good it did them I guess.


I could look in those eyes forever 😍


How are Israel so god damn cheesy? Do all the competent jews live out in the states?


Fascists can't meme


Hollywood is the Israel for Jews with any shred of talent.


Yes like a day or two before the American attacks


anarchists are pedos I KNEWWWW IT kropotkin always looked creepy to me

whaaaat why? everybody needs somebody. i will be islams friend (´・ω・`)



seems like these small ieds have no effect on those big bulldozers. they need bigger bombs. bigger and therefore sexier.


>would be a campaign for ICJ investigation into the illegal information war waged by Israel and the west against it's own citizens to weaponize them and make them accomplices to genocide.
damn, I sure hope so


wait is this real fatah or fatah intifada?


Al-Asifah Forces are a very small faction. They're the armed wing of a splinter of Fateh called Fateh al-Intifada.


no al asifah was fatahs original armed wing back in 1965. fatah intifada split and tried to coup abu amar. they also call their army al asifah. logo in teh video says fateh intifada so i guess they are behind it.


Al-Aqsa Martyrs' Brigades is the armed group assocated with Fateh (very loosely).
I know that retard, that's literally what I just said.


they have a bunch other ones too like tanzim, september de black, jenin brigades, tulkarem brigades. god damn fateh most factions only keep one but noooo lets create dozens of little seperate ones.


checks out.
the jenin brigades and tulkarem brigades aren part of fateh. they are coalitions that include AAMB forces. black september (why did you misspell it that way, are you using a translator?) hasn't existed for decades, and tanzim has very major overlap with AAMB.


rare that a western news source is actually acknowledging this


anyone see blinkens speech? looks like the biden admin is gonna try and make some concessions to not come off as completely craven and ebil


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Hezbollah actions 02/07/24:

13:45: the Zebdine site in the occupied Lebanese Shebaa Farms and a gathering of “israeli” enemy soldiers in its vicinity were targeted with missile weapons, achieving direct hits.
14:15: the technical equipment at the Ramia site was targeted with appropriate weapons and was directly hit.
17:50: the Khirbet Maar base was targeted with a Falaq 1 missile and was directly hit.
20:23: a gathering of “israeli” enemy soldiers in the vicinity of the Al-Marj site was targeted with missile weapons and was directly hit.
21:00: the Ruwaisat Al-Alam site in the occupied Lebanese Shebaa Farms was targeted with missile weapons and was directly hit.


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Martyr Izz El-Din Al-Qassam Brigades publishes "Al-Yassin 105: A Story of Challenge and Achievement in the Shadow of Siege."

Throughout the struggle between the occupier and the Palestinian resistance, the occupier and its supporters from the unjust global system endeavored to maintain a significant superiority in military capabilities, advanced and very advanced weapons, financial support, and military expertise, in contrast to depriving the Palestinian of building any form of strength or even granting them the right to confront the arrogance of the occupier and to counter any form of its aggression and crimes.
However, truth, faith, and determination were always present among Palestinians and did not leave the generations throughout the years of struggle with the occupier, and on all fronts including the military combat front, specifically confronting the enemy's tanks and vehicles that its soldiers were long fortified in. However, the Palestinian resistance achieved a significant and tangible success in confronting those vehicles and dispelling the enemy's illusion of protecting its soldiers, turning those machines into mobile coffins that transport the enemy's soldiers to inevitable death.
With the outbreak of the Al-Aqsa Intifada in 2000, the zionist occupation thrust tanks and armored vehicles into the hearts of cities and camps in the West Bank and Gaza Strip, and the resistance had only light rifles that could not confront those armors in any way. The resistance began its journey in facing these tanks, initially with large explosive devices buried in the enemy's expected paths.
These attempts were successful, but the difficulty of maneuvering with those devices remained a problem, due to their size, weight, and the large amounts of explosives consumed in a time when those materials were scarce, as well as the need to plant them in the ground under complex security conditions to ensure they were not discovered by the enemy. From here, a long path began in an attempt to develop other weapons within the available capabilities and local raw materials.

The Initial Nucleus
The year 2002 witnessed the first attempts to manufacture anti-armor shells and bore the name (Al-Bana - Al-Battar) as well as side bombs, but the challenge of penetration and destruction remained due to the enemy's improvement and development of its vehicle armoring and defensive systems. In contrast, Al-Qassam Brigades continued its efforts, and its engineers managed in 2004 to manufacture the Yassin shell and launcher (P2), a version of the Russian-made P2-RPG, thus the Brigades achieved a relative abundance of weapons and ammunition. Yet, the challenge of penetration and destruction was not solved. In the same year, very few Russian P7-RPG launchers entered Gaza Strip at very high prices, reaching $30,000 for a launcher and a shell, passing through complex stages and overcoming many barriers with difficulty.
As the work of Al-Qassam Brigades and its military apparatus developed, the Brigades worked on dividing their forces into specialties, with the anti-armor specialty being one of the most prominent and important. With the liberation of Gaza Strip from the zionist occupation forces and the removal of the settlements in 2005, the supply situation improved, reflecting on the general development of the Palestinian resistance capabilities and the military manufacturing development of Al-Qassam Brigades specifically.
In 2007, quantities of weapons entered Gaza Strip, including P7-RPG, in abundant quantities, leading to the phasing out of the Yassin launcher, as well as other types of long-range guided anti-armor weapons such as Fagot, Kornet, Konkurs, and others. Within the framework of preparation and training, the Brigades succeeded in training a number of fighters on these weapons outside occupied Palestine, thus enhancing the anti-armor specialty within Al-Qassam with expertise and equipment.

A Qualitative Leap
In 2014, within the lessons learned from the Battle of Al-Asf Al-Maakoul, the recommendation was to produce an effective anti-armor weapon against enemy vehicles and armored vehicles like (Merkava 4, the Namer carrier, the armored D9 bulldozer, and others) and in response to this recommendation, the research and development teams of engineers and cadres in the military manufacturing units of Al-Qassam Brigades worked diligently and prepared studies on the possibility of achieving this, especially since this type of science requires high precision in measurements, materials, and alloys.
As a result of sincere efforts, creative minds, and a will that defied the impossible and dug into the rock, after dozens of attempts and experiments in the years 2015-2016-2017, the Al-Yassin 105 anti-armor shell entered production in 2018, as well as the anti-fortification and anti-personnel Al-Yassin shells, in addition to guerilla action devices.
This was a complete innovation attributed to the engineers of Al-Qassam from scratch until the successful and powerful launch of the shell and its continuation until reaching its target, with the ability to penetrate armor at a distance ranging between 60-100 cm in the body of the tank and the armored vehicle.
In parallel with this development in military manufacturing, the Brigades worked on training armor snipers to confront the vehicles and armored vehicles of the occupation army. This path included a detailed study of the Merkava tank and other vehicles of the occupation army, identifying their weaknesses and operational mechanisms and tactics, as well as building models that accurately mimic those vehicles in terms of size and shape, and designing shooting simulators to train the fighters on various types of shooting—fixed, moving, close, and long-range—and also training on maneuvering with anti-armor weapons in the field.
Thus, an important stage in the development of preparation and readiness within the ranks of Al-Qassam Brigades was completed, summarizing Al-Qassam's readiness to fight against the enemy's armor and fortifications.

Yassin 105 and the Flood
With the outbreak of the Al-Aqsa Flood battle on October 7, 2023, the Brigades announced the entry of the Yassin 105 anti-armor shell and the Yassin 105 TBG anti-fortification and anti-personnel shells into service, threatening the enemy that this weapon would play an active role in dispelling its illusions and destroying its vehicles in ground warfare. Indeed, the Yassin 105 shell became a prominent and important icon in the Al-Aqsa Flood battle.
From the first day of the Flood and during the great crossing operation, Al-Qassam fighters used this shell, and its name emerged with the start of the ground battle through Al-Qassam's consecutive announcements about the armor crews and elite forces confronting the enemy's vehicles and tanks, foremost among them the Merkava 4 BAZ tank, which the occupier had always boasted about and equipped with the most powerful weapons, defensive systems, and armoring against guided missiles, with the production cost of a single tank reaching about $6 million, divided between $3 million for the body and armor of the tank, $1 million for the cannon system, and $2 million for the rest of the devices and systems installed on this tank. In contrast, the production cost of a single Yassin 105 shell did not exceed $500.
But it was the fighting will of the Palestinian fighter and the spirit of martyrdom that were clearly and powerfully present in the battlefields where the fighters advanced towards convoys and gatherings of tanks despite the violent and insane aerial bombardment, drones, and artillery shelling based on the scorched earth policy, showing dozens of video clips that documented those heroic battles in which the fighters sought those vehicles to hit them in their strongholds and disable or destroy them, killing and injuring those inside them from the enemy's soldiers and mercenaries.

In a tally published for the first time—up to the preparation of this report—Al-Qassam fighters successfully disabled and destroyed more than 1,108 vehicles, including 962 tanks, 55 troop carriers, 74 bulldozers, 3 excavators, and 14 military jeeps, resulting in the killing and injuring of a large number of the enemy's officers, soldiers, and mercenaries inside those tanks and vehicles, some of whom burned inside them and others were killed after their vehicles were crushed by aircraft, due to the inability of the rescue forces to pull them out.
Heroic battles and direct clashes of Al-Qassam fighters with the enemy's vehicles that were smashed and destroyed by a qualitative weapon manufactured inside a besieged and depleted Strip for more than 16 years, yet, the help and success of Allah were with this group of fighters, marking with this blessed national achievement a new page in the history of the Palestinian people's jihad and resistance.

Translated by Resistance News Network


>~15% overall but this would make a government excluding the PTB almost virtually impossible
SP, 2006, NL.
Bourgeois elections are a sham.


It's weird how Spain is standing so strongly for Palestinians, I thought it was one of the most racist countries in Europe against SWANA folk, the have they literally have colonies in the Maghreb up to this is also spooky


I dont know but Israel and Spain only established relations in 1986.


Spain is at once, one of the most based and one of the most cringe countries in the world. One of the co founders of its falangist knockoff party got shot in the face some months ago and it wasnt even done by Catalonian separatists. Gods sake if it werent because of Mussollini and Hitler Spain would have become communist.


Think it's some pathological thing with Reactionaries. You can use Pol as an example they all jerk off to race fetish stuff.


>the production cost of a single tank reaching about $6 million, divided between $3 million for the body and armor of the tank, $1 million for the cannon system, and $2 million for the rest of the devices and systems installed on this tank.
<In contrast, the production cost of a single Yassin 105 shell did not exceed $500.
Damn. Add that to your flailing economy. Get fucked zios.


Whats going to happen in Iraq?


Spain currently has a SocDem-DemSoc minority coalition government that is dependent on votes from Communist with ties to Bolivarianismo and separatist parties, including Basque separatists.


US will try to negotiate some concessions to keep a nominal force in the country, the Iraqis will tell them to get bent, the Americans will then dig in their heels, and local militias will keep bombing them until they leave.



>As Israel’s assault on Gaza enters its fifth month, it remains unclear whether it will grow into a full-scale regional conflict. Among the decisive factors is Hezbollah, one of the most heavily armed non-state actors in the world, and arguably the most skilled in urban and alpine warfare. So far, the group has refrained from taking escalatory measures, aiming to prevent Lebanese involvement in the war while partially diverting the IDF with limited attacks from the north. Rather than targeting Israeli vital infrastructure, it has conducted hundreds of operations aimed at military outposts, forcing Israel to create an internal buffer zone by evacuating citizens from northern settlements. More than 170 Hezbollah fighters have been killed so far; but the party, which has an estimated 50,000 to 100,000 trained combatants, can handle such losses.

>There are elements of the Israeli political and military leadership, however, which seem intent on provoking a major confrontation with Hezbollah. Their motives are clear enough. First, members of the Israeli cabinet, along with the IDF command and Mossad, know that their best chance of staying in power is to prolong the fighting – and they are not above sacrificing their own civilians to achieve this. Second, it is possible that if Israel continues to carry out mass murder without achieving any of its stated war aims, it may find itself more isolated on the international stage; whereas if Hezbollah were to start attacking Israeli cities and targeting civilians, Netanyahu’s government could revive the fantasy of an imperiled democratic state and rally the ‘forces of civilization’ to its cause. And third, there is a fear that Hezbollah might someday launch its own ‘Al Aqsa Flood’ across Israel’s northern border – prompting senior politicians, including Gantz, Gallant and Ben-Gvir, to call for a preemptive strike.

>Israel has therefore been making repeated attempts to provoke its neighbour: targeting civilians in South Lebanon and launching attacks elsewhere in the country. Hezbollah and Hamas commanders, including Wissam Al-Tawil and Saleh Al-Arouri, have been assassinated on Lebanese soil, and Netanyahu has threatened to ‘turn Beirut and southern Lebanon into Gaza’. But Hezbollah remains committed to low-intensity warfare and has so far refused to respond with a major assault. What explains this strategic decision? It is not just a fear of further destruction that is preventing escalation; it is an awareness that this would not necessarily advance the group’s objectives, nor those of the Resistance Axis.

>To understand Hezbollah’s calculation, we need to consider Lebanon’s position in the region. Since Obama announced the ‘pivot to Asia’ in 2009, the US has been trying to establish a new Middle Eastern security architecture that would allow it to minimize direct involvement in proxy wars and focus on containing China. As part of this process, the hegemon sought to normalize relations between Israel and the Arab world, culminating in the 2020 Abraham Accords. At the same time, Iran and Saudi Arabia began to pursue détente – hoping to reorient their economies, attract inward investment and forge ties with neighbouring countries, while reducing their respective roles in regional conflicts. Last year the two states reached a bilateral agreement in Beijing, the details of which remain obscure, but which seem to involve a compromise when it comes to nations where they both wield influence, such as Yemen and Lebanon. Some analysts have argued that Mohammed bin Salman is now ready to cooperate with Hezbollah and accept its status as the dominant political and military power in Lebanon. It may even be in the Saudis’ interest to have a strong deterrent force on Israel’s border, especially one for which they have no financial or political responsibility.

>Given Lebanon’s ongoing economic misery, this could be a potential lifeline. The country’s downward spiral began in 2019 after the Gulf states, led by Saudi Arabia, cut off aid and divested from its real-estate and financial sectors. Challenging Hezbollah’s hegemony was cited as the motive, although the decision also came after the ramifications of the 2008 financial crisis finally reached the Gulf, forcing its leaders to restructure their foreign investment plans. Now, the Lebanese political class, including powerful elements in Hezbollah, believe that the Saudi–Iran accords – which have so far endured following 7 October – could allow them to turn back the clock to before the 2019 collapse. Their aim is to revive the rentier model that was established in the post-Mandate period and consolidated under Rafiq Al-Hariri in the 1990s: a dominant financial sector propping up the central state through regular loans, and a real-estate market dependent on inflows from Gulf investors and Lebanese expatriates. They also hope that the Lebanese financial system could now serve as a mediator for Gulf and Iranian investment in the reconstruction of Syria.

>With the Saudi–Iran deal in place, and the effects of the financial crisis having passed, the barriers to investment in Lebanon could be removed and Hezbollah’s legitimacy could be recognized across the region. Moreover, if Iran is hoping to scale down its involvement in regional conflicts and establish lasting economic partnerships with erstwhile rivals, then it may want Hezbollah to do the same: reducing its military activity in Lebanon and Syria and focusing instead on economic revival and ‘good governance’. One should refrain from making categorical statements about the relationship between Iran and Hezbollah, since its contours are unclear, and the latter can hardly be described as a simple proxy. But Tehran’s foreign policy outlook would seem, prima facie, to align with Hezbollah’s approach to Gaza over recent months.

>It would also appear to tally with the interests of Washington, which is eager to prevent the war from engulfing the Middle East, and has reportedly been making diplomatic efforts to convince Hezbollah to continue its policy of restraint. Though the details remain unclear and uncorroborated, briefings from Iranian officials and Hezbollah-affiliated media suggest that the White House has offered Hezbollah a new ‘settlement for the entire region’, so long as it does not expand the war. Habib Fayad, a Lebanese journalist (and brother of a Hezbollah MP), has argued that the Americans would accept ceding control over Lebanon to Hezbollah, on the condition that the party pledges to never launch a 7 October-style incursion into Israel.

>Yet this supposed settlement may also create a dilemma for Hezbollah. Previously, the group was able to evade accountability for the Lebanese economic crisis, since it has no ties to the banking and real estate sectors. It could use its status as a transnational military movement to distance itself from Lebanon’s national political parties, loathed for their mismanagement and corruption. Were Hezbollah to accept this American offer, some of its cadres are worried that it would signal its slow transformation into something more like a conventional party of government: integrated into the establishment, sapped of its insurgent energy. Whether it will take this course remains uncertain. The group consists both of politicians, most of whom have no military background and may be favourable to such ‘normalization’, and a militant faction – more heavily represented in the leadership – which is reluctant to be co-opted.

>The present situation thus appears to be one of deep asymmetry. Israel, foundering on the battlefield and discrediting itself internationally, is under pressure to set out some sort of end-game for its war. Hezbollah, meanwhile, has no real time constraints. As the fighting drags on, it believes it can renew its credibility – which was damaged during the Syrian civil war and the 2019 protests in Lebanon – by striking a balance between armed solidarity with Palestine and concern for Lebanese security. This is not to say that Hezbollah is merely instrumentalizing the conflict; its dedication to the Palestinian cause is genuine and should not be understated. The point is that Israel and the Resistance Axis are operating on two different timeframes, one more urgent than the other.

>Still, Hezbollah’s policy could yet be reversed if regional war is deemed necessary or inevitable. Hassan Nasrallah has repeatedly asserted that in these circumstances, his forces would engage with no limits or constraints – which, according to some Lebanese commentators, could mean attacking strategic Israeli targets including ammonium nitrate factories, plus petrochemical and energy plants, in an attempt to redress the significant military imbalance between the two sides.

>If Hezbollah is currently pursuing a non-escalatory strategy and asserting its willingness to negotiate with Israel on condition of a ceasefire, that is because it is confident that it can consolidate its power both in Lebanon and across the region. In other words, Hezbollah still has something to lose from entering a full-scale war. But if Hezbollah comes to believe that this kind of war – which could lay waste to Lebanon, damage the party’s military infrastructure and compromise it politically – is unavoidable, then it would have nothing to lose. In which case, Israel may end up with a powerful presence on its northern border: heavily armed, and no longer interested in restraint.


Ansarallah Commander, Sayyed Abdulmalik Badr El-Din Al-Houthi's speech today, February 8, 2024:

The zionist enemy, with British and American participation, is preparing to target Rafah in order to inflict a greater catastrophe on the displaced people and the locals there.
American and British reconnaissance planes are playing a key role in preparation for targeting Rafah.
The United Nations Security Council has become the "Security Council of the Arrogant," now protecting the Americans and "israelis."
The Palestinian people, the more they accumulate effort, jihad, and sacrifice with their significant oppression, the closer they get to divine victory.
One of the signs of failure for the "israeli" army is forcing them to increase the duration of mandatory and voluntary service.
Americans estimate that the "israeli" army needs at least 5 years to repair its losses from the strike on October 7, not including subsequent losses.
The enemy's move towards negotiations is a clear sign of despair for both the "israeli" and the American.
The "israeli" enemy is accustomed to swift wars, and the exhaustion suffered by its army is evident in the withdrawal of military brigades for reformation.
Hezbollah's front in Lebanon has a significant impact in engaging the enemy, tormenting its forces, and forcing hundreds of thousands of Zionists to flee.
The Iraqi front is supportive and serious, targeting the "israeli" and American enemy and making sacrifices.
Due to the effectiveness of the Iraqi front, the American has escalated its confrontation and targeted its dear mujahideen leaders.
The Yemeni front continues to target the enemy towards Palestine and in its naval operations until the aggression and siege on Gaza are stopped.
This week, we targeted the enemy in Um Al-Rashrash "Eilat," and it is no longer safe as the enemy hoped, with its port disrupted. Zionists in Um Al-Rashrash are in a state of continuous anxiety and fear, and the economic situation there has been clearly affected.
Our operations continued this week to the Red Sea and the Bab al-Mandab Strait, and ship movement linked to "israel" is almost non-existent.
As for "israeli" ships, their movement has completely stopped from Bab al-Mandab through the Red Sea, which is a real achievement and victory.
The enemy relied on rented ships to carry its goods, and targeting them has made the situation difficult for it.
This week there were five operations, including a major one where the American said the clash lasted for 14 hours.
For the first time since World War II, the American faces such a predicament that its ships and warships are targeted.
British and American strikes on our country this week reached 86 strikes and have absolutely no effect on reducing our country's capabilities.
American talk of strikes affecting our military capabilities is merely entertainment and to save some face.
Americans, from the president to army leaders, admit their inability to prevent Yemeni strikes on ships associated with "israel."
Our operations will continue as long as the aggression and siege on Gaza continue.
Our military capabilities are developing at an accelerated pace and in a distinguished manner.
If the last dose for the British ship that burned from night to night was not enough, more doses could be directed at it.
There is no benefit for the American or British from aggression on our country, the only worthwhile solution is the entry of food and medicine to the people of Gaza and stopping the genocide crimes.
We advise the American and British to have a positive stance towards Hamas's response to the proposals and in the framework of diplomatic efforts undertaken by the states of Qatar and Egypt.
I call on you, our dear people, to come out in a massive and honorable million-man march that angers the enemies and expresses steadfastness in the position.
We will not leave the arenas as long as Palestinian blood is spilled and the tears of the bereaved and orphans are shed.
We will continue our stance with the launch of ballistic, cruise missiles, drones, and mobilization activities will continue and expand.
The voice of our people will remain loud and thunderous, and their stance will continue because they are a people who say and do in response to Allah and their jihad in His cause.
To the Palestinian people and their fighters: [We are] with you until victory in words and and in deed, and we are confident of victory and the outcome for the righteous.


When was even the last time anyone seem Israel announce a high profile kill (militant, not doctors or academics or etc) in the gaza strip?


john carry says us will not support Rafah invasion, Zionist army ramps up attacks on Rafah.
The Zionist is just spite fucking the US now isn't it?


For them it's either reckless escalation or humiliating capitulation.


Will someone make the new Fred I'm phone post can't.
Atthis point I expect the ultra right of israel to cut the US off… We’ve seen how far and insane states can get when all material basis for analysis and reason is discarded, I won't be surprised if/when they double down even into our children's (cadres? No ..but thanks for the idea autospell!) generation as a proud rampaging nazi state.


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Hezbollah actions 02/08/24:

8:35: targeting the Biranit barracks with rocketry weapons and achieving a direct hit.
8:35: targeting the headquarters of the Eastern Brigade 769 of the Galilee Division 91 in the "Kiryat Shmona" barracks with appropriate weapons.
12:20: targeting the Ma'aleh Golani barracks with two Falaq missiles and achieving direct hits.
13:40: the Islamic Resistance's artillery targeted the radar site in the Lebanese-occupied Shebaa Farms, achieving direct hits.
14:10: targeting a building in the "Metulla" settlement where enemy soldiers were positioned with appropriate weapons, achieving a direct hit, in response to the "israeli" aggressions on villages and civilian homes.
16:18: targeting the Al-Zaoura site with rocket weapons, achieving a direct hit.
16:35: targeting the Birkat Risa site with two Burkan missiles and achieving a direct hit.
19:30: targeting the "Meron" Air Base with Falaq missiles and achieving a direct hit, in response to the "israeli" aggressions on villages and civilians, including the recent aggression on the city of Nabatiye.
23:00: targeting the headquarters of the Third Infantry Brigade at the "Ein Zeitem" base with dozens of Katyusha rockets, in response to targeting villages, especially the recent aggression on the city of Nabatiye.


The escalation is intended to draw the US into the conflict.


>The mayor presented to the Minister the horrific scenario in case the battle broke out on the northern front, warning, "We are not ready for war, there is no evacuation plan, we have not attended to the dangerous topic factories, and the public is not told the whole truth."
>dangerous topic factories
guys, what the fuck is he talking about?


is israel running fucking extermination camps?



Reading "Zionism in the Age of Dictators" and

>In a speech at a World Jewish Conference at Geneva in 1934, Wise attacked the Labourites who had become the dominant force in Palestinian Zionism:

<One leading Palestinian put it over and over again at Prague: Palestine has primacy. This conference must clearly state, that while Palestine has primacy over all other factors in the equation, its primacy ceases when it comes into conflict with a higher moral law. [28]

>Wise had identified the rot in the WZO: the land of Israel had become far more important than the needs of the people Israel. Labour Zionism had become, in the fullest sense, a utopian cult. They saw a new Jew in the old Jewish land as the only way for a Jewish nation to continue to exist. The real Jewish people, the millions of Jews of the Diaspora, were no more than a reservoir from which they would pick young immigrants to build their state. The Diaspora, as such, was doomed: either the Jews would be driven out, as in Germany, or assimilated as in France. With this strange perspective that Jewish survival stood or fell with them in Israel, the Zionists were driven to seek more from the Nazis to make their vision into a reality.


It sounds like he's talking about stuff that will generate "misinformation" on twitter, sentiment critical to the war/government/Israel, but I dunno.


of course, they know their preferred retard is going to be back in less than a year now


their ammoniac plants would do a big fucking boom and poison the area if they were targeted



>The escalation is intended to draw the US into the conflict.
I've been thinking a lot maybe getting US involved in red sea, Yemen, and Iraq, is partly make it easier to pullthe us military into Lebanon if/when Israel goes to war proper.


Since last year we've had labour in oversupply and underdemand, and service or production industries hitting slow growth all across the west, especially with rising unemployment since 2021, and a looming oil crisis (oil markets facing risk increase oil prices), it seems we're going to have both inflation and recession or already are, this will lead to stagflation across the west if not the world, if the regional war in the Middle East explodes even wider, is my economic analysis correct?

Additionally I'll say that, stagflation which will create depression like conditions (Marxist economists at the Tricontinental Institute For Social Research, Tonak and Savran, argue we're already in a depression), is an opportunity for us communists yes? Like lenin conceptualizes crises, we're have an impossibility for the working classes to live and an impossibility of the capitalist classes to rule, we should thus see increased political action from the former and political reaction from the latter, an opportunity for us to act.

On the Ideological level, which Jodi Dean does great work on, we may see rising consciousness from people severely affected, it shows capitalisms weakest links, yeah?

In short, stagflation is coming, means many of us could face worsening conditions, it could be a political opportunity and awakening.

Source which is infered and interpreted from is the Global Monthly: November-December 2023 by The World Bank.


nice, inshallah


It is good to see that the PFLP as well as ALL the resistance factions are fighting the good fight. I feel like I haven't seen as many videos IJ lately though, but perhaps they weren't releasing many to begin with.

The point is that the zionist entity isn't just not able to destroy Hamas, but they seem to not be able to make a dent in ANY of the factions.


>if Iran is hoping to scale down its involvement in regional conflicts and establish lasting economic partnerships with erstwhile rivals, then it may want Hezbollah to do the same: reducing its military activity in Lebanon and Syria and focusing instead on economic revival and ‘good governance’.
>The point is that Israel and the Resistance Axis are operating on two different timeframes, one more urgent than the other.
Interesting analysis. Thanks for posting.


New vids





Mujahideen Brigades spokesman Abu Bilal delivers a speech on the occasion of the 24th Anniversary of the Palestinian Mujahideen Movement:
A military salute from the resistance of our people to our people, our pride and glory, and a salute to the souls of the martyrs, wounded, prisoners, and the grieving.
We commemorate the blessed launch by bombing the occupied city of Asdod and all the so-called Gaza Envelope settlements and all military headquarters and sites in the advance fronts and around the Strip.
We affirm that what happened on October 7th, the demolition of the Gaza Division and the storming of all the settlements, is the result of the enemy's previous crimes against our people.
To the zionist enemy and its public:
Through our specialized agencies' monitoring, we know the real losses of the enemy in the Al-Aqsa Flood battle to this day:
In terms of fatalities, they are in the thousands, not as you claim, and as for the number of wounded, your confusion is clear between what is announced through your media in the thousands, and what your hospitals announce in the tens of thousands, not to mention the tens of thousands who need psychological treatment.
Based on our special sources within the depth of the entity, we confirm that the majority of those working in the ranks of the enemy's army in the Gaza Strip are mercenaries and hired soldiers, and their numerous bodies are transported through certain ships to a known destination for us.
As for the number of displaced people from this entity, it exceeds 150,000, and the economic losses amount to billions, and the migration from the entity is significantly increasing.
On the occasion of the Isra and Mi'raj anniversary and the 24th launch of the movement and its victorious brigades, we affirm the following:
Firstly: We affirm that our victorious Brigades will remain until achieving their sought-after goal of demolishing the enemy's army.
Secondly: We affirm the unity of the Palestinian fighting rifle and send greetings to our resistance soldiers in Gaza, the West Bank, in the [occupied] interior and abroad.
Thirdly: We affirm the unity of the sought-after goal in the Axis of Resistance represented in the battlefields from Lebanon, Iraq, and the heroic Yemen.
Fourthly: We affirm that the cause of our brave prisoners is at the top of our priorities and that the enemy's prisoners will not be released except according to the resistance's will and in a dignified deal.
Fifthly: Our fighters have carried out more than 450 military missions in this battle, including engaging in over 110 direct confrontations with the enemy's soldiers and vehicles in the axes of advance, destroying 48 zionist vehicles, bombarding the zionist settlements and military sites with over 130 rocket salvoes, and conducting over 100 mortar attacks on the enemy's vehicles and soldiers that have invaded our lands, in addition to 14 operations targeting the enemy's aircraft and naval vessels, downing 8 zionist drones, and other operations. Our combat cells in the West Bank had a distinctive word in this battle as they executed more than 20 military missions.
The enemy, through its treachery and criminality, has attempted to stop the march of our movement and its victorious Brigades through assassination operations and direct targeting of symbols and leaders of the movement and the brigades, led by the martyred founder Abu Hafs, may Allah have mercy on him, and his comrades from the military council members. However, the founders' planting has borne fruit and a divine generation is continuing on its path until the demolition of the fascist enemy's army.


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11:15: targeting the spy equipment in the “Doviv” Barracks with appropriate weapons, hitting it directly.
14:20: targeting a Merkava tank at the Al-Baghdadi site, leading to damage and its destruction.
15:10: targeting spy equipment at the Ramta site in the occupied Lebanese Shebaa Farms with appropriate weapons, achieving direct hits.
15:30: targeting the Zebdine site in the occupied Lebanese Shebaa Farms with rocket weapons, hitting it directly.
15:30: targeting spy equipment in the vicinity of the Al-Malikiyah site with appropriate weapons, achieving direct hits.
16:30: targeting the Al-Malikiyah site with rocket weapons, hitting it directly.
16:35: Targeting the Bayad-Blida site with rocket weapons, hitting it directly.
17:50: targeting the “Keila” barracks of the “israeli” enemy army in the occupied Syrian Golan with dozens of Katyusha rockets.



What are the odds that we see numbers of the dead reaching over 1 million? Netanyahu wants total victory in Rafah and Egypt is refusing to allow Gazans to flee into the Sinai. I don't see any other outcome except the liquidation of nearly all 2 million civilians with no consequences.


there's reports that Sisi is provisioning refugee camps to house palestinians on the egyptian side of the border so he may blink when the IDF starts on Rafah.

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