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Ali Saqr, executed his own mother yesterday because she implored him to leave the ISIS organization in Al-Raqqa and return to her native coastal region where the legitimate government is in full control.  The details of this curious event are somewhat murky.  Yet, we do know from terrorist websites that the mother was dragged out and forced to kneel as her own son racked the automatic rifle which was to end her life.  She was only 36 years old.  If this degenerate was demonstrating willpower so mindless it defies understanding, he was totally successful.
Oedipus was fated to marry his own mother, Jocasta.  In order to marry her, he had to kill his own father, Laius.  The oracle spoke of a young man who was not yet born, but, who would eventually marry his own mother.  Only Tiresias knew the horrific details of the outrage.  We get the expression “Oedipal Complex” from this preternatural chain of events.  When Jocasta learned she had been sleeping with her son, she took her life and ended the shame.
Ali Saqr, a clearly demented denizen of the ISIS world of malignant narcissism, denounced her to the organization.  He ratted on her.  Because he was now a member of a group committed to the egalitarian principles of total conformity among what it defines as “Islam”, his only true mother was ISIS.  His birth mother had no value other than acting as the biological medium by which this sorry excuse for a human could achieve existence.  You see, in the ISIS way of thinking, you don’t just join the group, you are absorbed in it.  Examples of this are movies from the 1950’s which evoked the fears of an heartless and insensitive communism spreading and destroying the individual personality of humans, like “Invasion of the Body Snatchers”.  Imagine a world in which an individual is nothing more than a part of an organic whole – not meant to suffer or sense emotion – only to project commitment to a common purpose, which in the case of ISIS, is nothing more than pure nihilism.
It has become increasingly clear to me that the Arab and Islamic World’s eschewal of psychology and psychiatry has now come around in the form of a monster completely devoid of conscience.  As Arabs continued to look upon the treatment of mental disorders as a kind of necromancy, the number of humans with untreated psychiatric diseases continued to multiply and found its voice eventually in the Saudi program of political Wahhabism, a cult which exults in human suffering, a cult that would cleave to the thesis of a book titled “The Administration of Savagery”, a cult which, besides denying to women the simple privilege of mobility; denying Christians the right to worship; denying to progressive humans the right to sit in a cinema or to drink a beer,  maliciously  denied homosexuals the right to live by throwing them from the roofs of buildings and denied a mother the simple condescension that would enable her to suggest that she and her son move to a civilized part of this world.
The look on the face of Ali Saqr is one of a sociopath.   His eyes are like those of a mannequin’s.  There is no mirth, emotion, affection or empathy in his eyes.  His effort to exude solemn devotion is a fraud.  He exists to merely act out the perquisites of a wrathful and ignorant Greek deity.
Besides burning pilots alive in a cage, hurling alleged homosexuals from buildings, crucifying the dead, using anti-tank weapons to execute a bound prisoner accused of apostasyor collaboration with the authorities, or slicing off the heads of unarmed prisoners,  they have done something even more shameful, if that were possible to envision: they have turned Islam into a message of pure hate.  They have made fools out of their own prophets.  Wahhabism is so vile it begs to be exterminated by Nazis.
ISIS and Alqaeda, Ahraar Al-Shaam and Jaysh Al-Islam, are all results of the Arab fear of psychology.  It took only a crisis engineered by psychopaths like Robert Ford, Bandar Bin Sultaan and David Cameron, tarted up as “jihaad”, to bring out all the neglected sickly minds infesting the streets of the Arab World.  And all this trouble to oust the sitting government of a sovereign member state of the United Nations.  But, now they’re going West young man.  No sympathy here.  We told you so. Enjoy.  ZAF
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Syrian Army Kills Scores of Terrorists in Daraa

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The Syrian Arab Army  established control over new areas across the country on Friday after targeting terrorists’ positions  in many areas, inflicting heavy losses upon them in personnel and equipment, SANA reported.
Source: Agencies

08-01-2016 - 19:43 Last updated 08-01-2016 - 19:43 


An army unit clashed with terrorist groups affiliated to the ISIL in the area surrounding al-Qaryatain city to the southeast of Homs city, according to field sources.

The sources confirmed that 13 terrorists were killed or injured in the process and a vehicle was destroyed along with all weapons and ammunition inside it.

Another army unit carried out operations in Hosh Hajo and al-Saan al-Aswad villages to the north of Homs city, inflicting heavy losses upon terrorists and destroying their positions.


Army units, in cooperation with popular defense groups, established control over Khirbit al-Joba hill and Point 1023 and al-Takhan land in the northeast countryside of Lattakia, according to a military source.

The source added that the army killed a number of terrorists and destroyed their weapons and ammunition.

Army units combed the area and dismantled explosive devices and landmines which terrorists had planted earlier in the area.


Army units destroyed 7 cars belonging to the so called “Jaish al-Fatah” and killed 30 of its members during operations against their gatherings in Tal Wasit, al-Mansora, al-Zyara and al-Qahira in Hama countryside.


37 terrorists killed, 6 armored vehicles destroyed

An army unit destroyed artillery and mortar bases and killed a number of terrorists in the southern and southwest part of al-Manshia neighborhood in Daraa al-Balad.
the army also killed 37 terrorists and destroyed 6 armored vehicles in Daraa al-Balad.

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Christmas Celebrated in Terror-Ravaged Syria

Christmas trees, carols, church services, and the resilience of the human heart
Due to corporate media’s misrepresentation of Syria, some may be surprised to know that Syrians—suffering terribly under nearly five years of the foreign war on their country—are also celebrating Christmas from Damascus to Homs to Aleppo. Glittering displays, street Santas, choirs singing carols and people singing Jingle Bells, and tacky, exuberant Christmas parades are not unique to the West.

However, most Syrians I have met who are celebrating any religion’s holy day do so with heavy hearts—the loss of loved ones to NATO’s terrorists dampens festive spirits. But they also celebrate with a determination not to be cowed into submission or nonexistence, and not to allow their children to forget traditions.

Re-visiting Syria last week, I spoke with many Syrians about Christmas preparations and the situation in Syria.  I visited a number of churches in Damascus and Homs. Although the unholy war on Syria persists, some of the areas ravaged by the NATO/Zionists/Gulf’s death squads but secured by the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) are coming back to life.

Homs: Celebrations After So Much Sorrow 

Rather than home to a “revolution” Homs was home to an infiltration of the most sadistic terrorists, who over their unwanted two plus year-stay not only killed, maimed and stole from Homs residents, but also targeted, and in many cases destroyed, Christian heritage and relics, including many churches in the Old City.

When I visited in June 2014, after the terrorists had been extracted from most of Homs, the destruction and vandalism I saw were immense. Even back then, as soon as the terrorists were gone, Old City residents were already returning in trickles to begin the cleanup and think about re-building their lives.

Now, a year-and-a-half later, while immense reconstruction remains, there was a significant improvement. I saw new shops opened, and saw homes, stores, streets, and churches decorated in the spirit of Christmas.

Christmas lights dangled over Old City lanes and in church courtyards. A friend from Homs later sent me photos of the streets lit up at night, and of the once-burned St. Mary’s Church (Um al-Zinnar) now repaired and decorated, and filled with worshippers, a youth choir and band.

At the Old City’s Jesuit Church, new portraits of Dutch priest, Father Frans van der Lugt, assassinated in April 2014 by the West’s “moderate” terrorists. The church also had a simple Christmas tree and home-made nativity scene, the grotto walls of which were made of crumpled brown paper.

Two well-known restaurants, which suffered differing degrees of destruction, have been re-opened. Beit al-Agha, greatly-damaged by the terrorists, is now coming back to life, although repairs are still needed. Al-Bustan restaurant, which was completely ravaged, is fully re-built and open to customers. Photos from al-Hamidiya Community Facebook page show a packed restaurantduring Christmas, and dancing at night. The page shows celebrations in the different churches and streets of old Homs.

In Saha al-Majaa, an Old City square, I saw six locals adding finishing touches to the Christmas tree they’d crafted using scavenged and bought materials. In a nearby room, full-size nativity scene figures, made of sponge and cloth and other basic materials were stored until the display went up. Neighbourhood residents had chipped in for fabric, bought from Tartous.

indexVolunteers who chipped in to build a Christmas Tree and Nativity Scene in Old Homs.

“Come, tomorrow at 5 pm and you’ll see the finished display,” I was invited, but didn’t have the chance to get back. However, photos on social media show their creative efforts have paid off: in this square where despair was once deep, hope is flourishing anew.

Damascus Celebrates
Two kilometres from the front line with the extremist and terrorist groups, the people of Damascus Celebrates Christmas.
— Fady, a Damascus resident.
Homs-based Greek Orthodox Metropolitan Bishop George Abu Zakhem was in Damascus for a day. I met him at the Mariamite Church in the centre of the Old City. He spoke of the situation for Orthodox Christians in Homs and Damascus nowadays, noting that of the 150,000 Orthodox in Homs, 20,000 have become internally displaced, fleeing to Tartous, Lattakia, Damascus, and elsewhere. “Nobody wants to leave, but they are obliged, because it’s very hard now.” On the other hand, Homs has also absorbed Syrians from other areas. “We have about 18 families in Homs who came to us from Aleppo. Many others went to Tartous or Lattakia.”

Bishop Abu Zakhem also spoke of efforts to bring back Christmas celebrations to Homs.
In order to change the atmosphere, we tried to do something, especially for the younger generation. We had a program in Homs for 20 days before Christmas… every couple of days we had an event for children.
Ziad, the friendly driver of the shared taxi I had taken from Beirut to Damascus, was from Jebal al-Sheikh, and as we traversed Syrian countryside toward the capital, he spoke of the early attacks: “They kidnapped our priest and even after we paid $15,000 ransom, they killed him and sent his body back to us.”

He and others in his village took up arms to defend themselves. “I have two kids. Nusra came to us. I got a gun,” he said (something I’ve heard from many a Syrian, including the priest of St. Thekla convent in Ma’loula, himself taking up arms to defend the village against Jehbat al-Nusra and other terrorists). As Bishop Abu Zakhm said, “We have the right to stay here, to defend ourselves. We are rooted here.”

One day in Damascus another driver talked about the mortar terrorism which is particularly heavy on Bab Touma (Thomas Gate, in the Old City). “They’re trying to drive the Christians out of Syria. They target Bab Touma because it is a Christian area.” He took out a photo of his son, martyred in terrorist mortars a year ago. For him the terrorism is working. He wants to leave.

Nonetheless, in Bab Touma and throughout the Old City, there were decorations and a vibrancy defying terrorists’ attempts to stifle life. Strings of simple white lights adorned streets and alleys. Carols wafted out of churches which were dressed in Christmas ribbons.
Walking towards Bab Touma one evening, the lilt of carols being sung drew me into the simply adorned St. George’s Cathedral (Syriac Orthodox), full of worshipers, brimming with light and with the faith of Syrians who refuse to die and insist on celebrating life.

indexSt. George’s Cathedral in the old city of Damascus.

Deep in the twisting lanes of the Old City, on the last Thursday before Christmas, a popular restaurant was packed with friends, lovers, and families, meeting before their own family celebrations at Christmas. The friend who took me said that in spite of the huge rise in cost of living over the years (thanks to both the war on Syria and the criminal sanctions), this restaurant has kept its prices relatively affordable.

I was invited to hear the Farah Choir (the Choir of Joy) Christmas concert at the Notre Dame de Damas Church on December 19. However, largely due to a visit to the practicing choir the evening prior by President al-Assad and First Lady Asma al-Assad, the church was packed to the maximum, the line of people wanting to enter extending onto the street. I was able to squirm inside, to standing space at the very back of the large, packed, church and catch a glimpse of the performance. There at the back, the same simple hand-made decorations and nativity scene with its brown paper wall, the same insistence to celebrate Christmas, however simply.

Martyr’s Tree and Mortars

Many of the National Defence Forces (NDF) men and women soldiers I met at Bab Touma, Bab Sharqi (East Gate) are Christian, and like elsewhere in Syria they’ve become soldiers to defend their families, country, and their heritage.

Near Bab Sharqi, I chatted one afternoon with one of the NDF soldiers, Fouad. “We live and die here. But aside from death, there’s no other way we’re leaving here.” Sadly many of Fouad’s NDF friends who felt the same way have indeed been killed, some while fighting terrorists, others by the mortars which terrorists rain down on Damascus routinely. Not far from Bab Sharqi, at the Syriac Catholic Church, a Christmas tree dressed with blinking lights was also adorned with photos of martyred soldiers from the area.

indexMartyrs’ Tree: paying respect to martyred soldiers from the East Gate neighbourhood of Damascus.

The dome of the St. Sarkis Armenian Apostolic Church beside us at Bab Sharqi was punctured with shrapnel. Fouad told me that the Armenian school behind the church has been struck by mortars many a time. Incidents include the killing of six elementary children in November 2013 when terrorist mortars struck both church and school, and the killing of the church Deacon’s own son, along with three other children and a school bus driver, when terrorists mortared the bus.  (For more on mortars, see my earlier article: “The Terrorism we Support in Syria: A First-Hand Account of the Use of Mortars Against Civilians”)

indexHand-made nativity scene near East Gate, Old Damascus.

As we talked, Fouad mentioned that he and a friend had made the simple nativity scene in front of the church. A tire staircase covered with rough brown cloth led to a platform hosting the nativity scene, backed by the same crumpled brown paper “rock wall” Syrians have crafted for the scene. Friends in the area contributed to it, the decorations on surrounding trees, and the gifts they will give out to around 300 children in the area.

It was the third year they’ve done this, Fouad said, the incentive largely being to distract children from the stress of living under mortars, and to keep the traditions of Christmas alive, “so that they don’t forget what is Christmas.”
I asked him if he had a message for people outside of Syria. His reply:
The problem is that those outside of Syria will not believe unless they come and see with their eyes. We can talk all we want but people won’t believe us. But when they come here and see we are Muslims, Christians, Jews… all religions, and no one asks what your faith is. My good friend is Muslim; he sometimes comes with me to church, and I go with him to mosque.
Volunteerism and Unity

Further along in the Old City, walking towards the Melkite (Greek) Catholic Patriarchate, also known as the Zeitoun Church, I spotted a few men and women wearing vests with a logo reading (in Arabic) Saaed Association, also walking church-wards. The Director, Essam Habel, explained that they are a volunteer group and among their various campaigns they were now decorating a Christmas tree in the church square and baking Christmas treats, helped by around 1,200 mostly student volunteers from a special needs school.

He and another volunteer gave me a lesson in the art of making date-stuffed cookies known as Mahmoul. A video filmed later shows the finished tree, the children participating, and the handing out of sweets to Damascenes. As we walked back toward the tree where volunteers worked, he mentioned that most of the volunteers are Muslim. Syrians continue to reject the sectarianism that outside forces, particularly Saudi Arabia, has attempted to impose on Syria.

As I saw during Orthodox Easter celebrations in April 2014, Muslims join their Christian friends in observing celebrations, whether in restaurants, churches or their own homes, and in the case of Christmas, many put up their own Christmas trees. And every time this issue comes up with friends in Syria, they speak of how they’ve always shared holidays, how they have inter-faith marriages, how they are Syrian before they are any particular faith.

The highest Muslim official in Syria, Grand Mufti Dr. Ahmad Badr Al-Din Hassoun (filmed leading mass in 2013) regularly attends Christian events, has a Christian advisor, and publically speaks on unity and against sectarianism. Mufti Hassoun usually describes himself as Mufti of Syria, not of Muslims in particular.

Dr. Bouthaina Shaaban Political advisor to the Syrian President, told me last week:
I’m a Muslim but I have a Christmas tree in my house, and I always have, since my daughters were born. Now my daughters are in their thirties and their children want Christmas trees. Many of those in Bab Touma (Thomas Gate) celebrating Christmas are Muslims. We go to churches, we celebrate Christmas, because our friends are Christians, we are all living together. Society is not divided along sectarian or ethnic lines.
Elsewhere in Syria

In the ancient Aramaic-speaking village of Ma’loula, terrorized, looted, vandalized and greatly damaged by al-Nusra and other NATO-backed terrorists, life seems to be returning. A Facebook post shows a youth band at the St. Thekla convent enthusiastically playing an out of tune rendition of Jingle Bells. The convent, which I saw on a June 2014 visit to Ma’loula, had been burned and thieved by anti-Syrian terrorists.

While I didn’t get back to Ma’loula this time, as I sat in a home not far from Bab Touma in Damascus, talking with my hosts about the situation in Syria, hearing about their close calls with terrorists’ mortars, I was offered a glass of hand-made wine from Ma’loula. Even now, traditions live on.

Syrian news sites and social media also show Christmas celebrations in Lattakia, Safita (Tartous province)—with a 22 metre high Christmas tree—and Aleppo.

And even now, as Syrians endure more Western-supported terrorism and struggle under criminal sanctions but insist on celebrating, Christian and Muslim friends alike send me Christmas wishes, direct from Syria. The Christmas and daily wish of so many I have spoken with in Syria is for peace to return, for an end to this foreign war on their country.
Eva Bartlett is a Canadian freelance journalist and activist who has lived in and written from the Gaza Strip, Syria, and Lebanon. Read other articles by Eva, or visit Eva’s website.
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Silently Protesting Muslim Woman Ejected from Donald Trump Rally

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US police escorted a Muslim woman wearing a hijab from Donald Trump's campaign event, after she stood up in silent protest during the Republican presidential front-runner's speech.

Silently Protesting Muslim Woman Ejected from Donald Trump Rally

Rose Hamid, 56, who was sitting in the stands behind Trump in the rally held in Rock Hill, South Carolina, stood up when the billionaire businessman suggested that Syrian refugees were affiliated with the "ISIS" terrorist group.

In response, Trump commented on Hamid as she was being kicked out of the event. "There is hatred against us that is unbelievable. It's their hatred, it's not our hatred," he claimed.

Silently Protesting Muslim Woman Ejected from Donald Trump Rally

Hamid, a flight attendant, later told CNN that she attended the campaign rally to "let Trump supporters see what a Muslim looks like."

"I figured that most Trump supporters probably never met a Muslim so I figured that I'd give them the opportunity to meet one," she said, wearing a shirt that read "Salam, I come in peace."
Despite her silence, Trump supporters around her began shouting "epithets" at the woman.

"The ugliness really came out fast and that's really scary," Hamid told media.

Silently Protesting Muslim Woman Ejected from Donald Trump Rally

She further added that she attended the campaign rally to "let Trump supporters see what a Muslim looks like."

Source: News Agencies, Edited by website team

Daesh helping israel conceal fact that their origins are based on myths

This article was posted  (Ashraf62)
on Ma
rch 24, 2015 ~ before the Russian military  intervention in Syria
(submitted by ‘The Old Sniper‘ for on 8/1/2016)

Once the true story of the Captivity and the Arabian origin of the Israelite tribe are exposed, the whole Zionist project could crumble under the power of the historical truth. 

A body of high profile anthropologists and historians trace the Israelite tribe back to their Arabian origin in Northen Yemen. One of their amazing evidence-based findings is that Jerusalem is originally called Dar Salam/ safe house that is located near mountain Zion in Northern Yemen. 

Among those tribes were the Israelites (thieves and thugs from the very beginning).
The Old Sniper


The so called Islamic state in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) has started losing ground. While the ISIL retreat is somehow slow on the Syrian front, the pace of the operations on the Iraqi side is considerably faster and so is the liberation of once held Sunni-Territories (though the broiling Sunni-Shia strife in Iraq remains unmitigated)

With Iranian military strategists conducting ground attacks and US aerial forces supplying valuable intelligence and conducting air raids, the situation is getting somehow tougher for so called Mujahideen/Takfiris

Judging by the latest Advances of Iraqi forces, it seems that the days of ISIL are numbered (even if they held on to their captured territories for another year or two)

Actually nobody doubted that ISIL wouldn’t last for long. A terrorist organization soaked in such hatred and violence was doomed to failure from the first day of its inception.
So the question here is not how long ISIL will last but what it will have achieved before its final demise. 
Of course it will take many decades before the people (especially in the Middle East) forget about the havoc ISIL wreaked.  While cold-blooded killing and beheading is going to be the core of their legacy, looting and destruction of the ancient Iraqi artifacts and museums is definitely will be one of their key achievements.

Everything will slowly get back to normal long after ISIL has been completely crushed. The land will be liberated, the people will return to their homes and native land. One thing will remain irrevocably destroyed and lost; Iraqi and Syrian ancient heritage and history.

The question here; why a purportedly Islamist organization want to destroy ancient Assyrian and Babylonia artifacts. Islamic laws don’t ban sculpture per se (most Islamic countries have museums packed with statues) but only prohibits worshiping idols as used to be during pagan cultures. Everybody knew that neither Assyrian nor Babylonian ancient idols/statues were honored or worshipped by modern day Iraqis or Syrians. Still that did not deter ISIL from destroying the ancient statues, cuneiform tablets and artifacts.

Asymmetric warfare

SIL militants destroy ancient artifacts of Mosul Museum
SIL militants destroy ancient artifacts of Mosul Museum

So what is the deal here with ISIL ruining the Mosul museum and the ancient city of Nimrud (not to mention hundreds of cuneiform tablets ruined and smuggled out of Iraq)
By default damaging and looting the ancient Assyrian and Babylonian cuneiform tablets is not on any Jihadist’s agenda, but it seems like a top priority for the hidden collaborators responsible for the very establishment of this terrorist group called ISIL/ISIS.

I’m not going to elaborate on how ISIL’s circle of command had been infiltrated from the very beginning by Mossad and how their top leaders were trained (in Jordan and Saudi Arabia) by CIA forces.

This has been common knowledge for quite some time now, a premise that is gaining evermore authority by the fact that all of Israel’s Arab neighbors are targeted by ISIL, while the Zionist state remains out of Mujahideen’s range and rage.
Israel is waging asymmetric warfare on her Arab neighbors under the false flag operations carried out by their agents in ISIL.
The Israeli gains after almost a decade of ISIL propagation and activity are remarkably evident. The Iraqi and Syrian armies (long regarded as a threat to Israel) have been destroyed after the two big Arab countries turned into failed states. The likelihood of those two armies regaining their organization and power is very slim. That’s an obvious achievement for ISIL. But how on earth destroying ancient Assyrian and Babylonian artifacts and cuneiform tablets would benefit Israel?

To answer this question we have to go back in time more than 2500 years and exactly to the six century BC. We won’t have to change the location where ISIL is currently established, but we’ll only revisit the place (ancient Arabia and Iraq) in ancient times.

The Arabian tribe of Israelites

As reveled in my book ‘Egypt knew no Pharaohs nor Israelites  the origin land of Judaism and the Israelite tribe was – contrary to what most believed – in ancient Arabia and North Yemen and not in Palestine.

The tradition of linking Judaism to Christianity as the as (Judeo-Christian faith) and (Old/New Testament) has led many, mostly westerners, to believe Judaism was a western or west-influenced faith. Thus Judaism is perceived (actually misperceived) as a monotheistic faith whose early Patriarchs lived in ancient Palestine (part of western Greek/Roman empire)

The distorted translation of the Hebrew book to Greek in what came later to be known as the Septuagint Bible, had helped disseminate the (Arabic) Israelite faith and stories in the West.

 From that moment on, the Israelite book and stories have been seeping into the Western cultural fabric

San Pietro in Vincoli
Moses, Michelangelo, Church of San Pietro in Vincoli

As many Arabic names in the Israelite book got westernized (Aaron, Joseph, Abela, Abraham, Sarah, Adam and Noah) so did the stories and the faith. In his phenomenal sculpture of Moses, Michelangelo wouldn’t have surpassed the tradition boundaries and ventured into ingenuity had he not believed Moses and his book was one of the building blocks of western culture.

Unfortunately with this misperception (overshadowed and diluted by ingenious works of classical art and literature inspired by the Israelite book) the state of Israel has been established on Palestine (a land completely alien from the Israelite Patriarchs and their stories) with the blessings and support of the deluded western world.
The truth of the matter is that Judaism originated in ancient Southern Arabia and Northern Yemen (why do you think Jews wear the Arabic skull cap).
Actually, one of the most amusing scenes is when a western diplomat is photographed wearing Kippah while sucking up to a congregation of Zionist masters. He looks weird because the Jewish Kippah doesn’t fit into the western style and culture and neither should the Israelite stories.

The point of origin should not make any difference had the theology been universal in nature (like Buddhism) but the fact is that Judaism is nothing but one of ancient Arabia’s tribal cults. So Judaism was not meant, by the wildest stretch of tribal imagination, to spread one inch beyond the tribal boundaries of ancient Arabia.

Not to mention that the violent Israelite theology (based on the prejudiced and tribal concept of God’s chosen people) couldn’t by any means aspire to be a universal faith (hadn’t it been for the Greeks and the Romans who deviously politicized the Israelite faith and stories)

The Hebrew book was a local book of tribal tales aimed at an audience of the same tribes. The dissemination of its stories came after the Greek Septuagint forgery that falsely established the king of Egypt as Pharaoh of Moses (the very first steps of globalizing the local Arabian tale based on mass deception)

In the book documents from renowned classical Arabic geographers depicting a whole Arabic landscape in South Arabia and North Yemen founded on the place names the Bible generously offer as a Biblical road map.

A body of high profile anthropologists and historians trace the Israelite tribe back to their Arabian origin in Northen Yemen.   One of their amazing evidence-based findings is that Jerusalem is originally called Dar Salam/ safe house that is located near mountain Zion in Northern Yemen.
There is no Mountain Zion in the whole of Palestine, is there? (the one in Palestine/Israel referred to as Zion is hardly a hill, for crying out loud. Obviously the Rabbis from the temple mount Institute are gravely myopic.
Have you ever wondered why Sheba -Solomon’s mistress- was a Yemenite queen? Haven’t you ever been perplexed by designating the Biblical Paradise as the gardens of Eden? If you haven’t then maybe you have been so indoctrinated with the Israelite stories to the point of hypnotization and drunkenness (not too late to wake out of it)

Egypt knew neither Pharaoh nor Moses
(Shocking new revelation)

Anyway, and to pick up on the reason for ISIL’s destruction of ancient Assyrian and Babylonian cuneiform tablets, we need to know more about the geopolitics and the economics of ancient Arabia (bear with me as we try to turn complicated history into a story; as simple as possible)

Ancient Caravan trade route

Like today with its riches of oil and natural Gas, ancient Arabia controlled the ancient Caravan Trade (transferring spices, frankincense, myrrh, gum, gold, textile and Ivory) from India, Yemen and East African Horn to Iraq, Egypt, the Mediterranean coast and Greece. The Caravan Road and the ancient Silk Road were the main trade routes for the ancient world (Both roads neither terminated at nor crossed Palestine/Jerusalem)
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The ancient Caravan Road cut across ancient Arabia, from North Yemen in the south to Petra and Egypt in the North. And it flourished from 9th century BC to the 2nd century AD, that’s when it began to lose its strategic value. Poor Arabian economic conditions and a growing direct naval route between India and the Mediterranean heralded the end of Caravan route.

That ancient and valuable Caravan Road needed protection. Besides, the endless camel caravans that travelled for weeks and months across the Arabian Peninsula had to be supplied with necessary provisions.

This is where role of the Arabian tribes came into play. The tribes located along the southern and western coast of ancient Arabia often did that catering and protection. In return they benefited from the trade exchange besides charging the caravan merchants for food, water and other supplies.

But not all Arabian tribes benefitted from the Caravan trade. Some tribes were located deeper into the mountainous area of North Yemen and away from the western coast. Their distant location and economic hardships had prompted them to frequently attack the lucrative caravan trade and loot the valuable cargo.  Among those tribes were the Israelites (thieves and thugs from the very beginning)

Since the ancient Caravan Trade had been of strategic value to both the Egyptian Kingdom in the west and the Assyrian and the Babylonian kingdoms in the East they had to control ancient Arabia. Most of the Egyptian and Assyrian military campaigns were targeted at western and southern Arabia. The goal of those campaigns was to secure the Caravan route.
It was customary for the Egyptians after they have completed their military campaign in ancient Arabia to assign one of the tribe leaders as their vassal/representative. Many tribe heads acted as vassals for ancient Egypt along the ancient caravan route. The mission of the vassal chiefdom, which kept a minor Egyptian garrison, was to secure the Caravan route and keep Egypt posted on any Arabian rebellion.

But the Assyrians and Babylonians had different ways. They usually resorted to blunt force to crush any rebellion amongst the Arabian tribes. Whenever their caravans were threatened or looted it meant one thing, another Assyrian raid is underway.

Many ancient Cuneiform tablets excavated in the first half of the twentieth century recorded frequent Assyrian and Babylonian military campaigns in ancient Arabia
Nine raids, not one of them mentioned Palestine as their destination. Whereas the records clearly mentioned locations in Southern Arabia and North Yemen.
We have for example; a raid led by Assyrian king Tiglath-Pileser III 729 – 727 BC, and later on another military campaign conducted by the Assyrian king Sharrukin II (Sargon II) 710 – 705 BC.
But after the frequent military campaigns proved ineffective at securing the caravan trade for long period of time, it was time for a different deterring mechanism.

As the Babylonians came to power, they decided not to follow the footsteps of the Egyptians and Assyrians. They knew already that limited military campaigns wouldn’t prevent the rebellious Arabian tribes from attacking the Caravan trade.

Babylonian Captivity: the true story

To safeguard the Babylonian interests, Nebuchadnezzar 605 – 562 BC, the Chaldean king in the Neo-Babylonian Empire decided to change course. Instead of just crushing the Arabian tribes for their frequent rebellion, which proved inefficient, he saw the answer to recurrnt Arabian headache was mass transfer.

A lion from the Ishtar Gate into the city of Babylon. Constructed around 575 BC by King Nebuchadnezzar II
A lion from the Ishtar Gate into the city of Babylon. Constructed around 575 BC by King Nebuchadnezzar II

Nebuchadnezzar shortly after his ascension to power, unleashed one of the biggest military raids in the history of ancient Arabia. The raid’s target was crushing the Arabian rebellion and transferring/deporting all the tribes involved in attacking the caravan route to Babylonian-controlled territories. But the obscurantist Israelites saw Nebuchadnezzar’s devastating campaign as a divine punishment; for they had forsaken Yahweh and killed many of his prophets.

Once again this point needs to be clarified; king Nebuchadnezzar did not target the Israelites in specific like the distorted history books and Hebrew Bible will tell you, but he besieged and captured many Arabian tribal strongholds. The Israelite tribe and their DarSalam (Yemeni Jerusalem) just happened to be one of them (as documented by Classical Arabic historians, e.g. Al TabariAl-Masudi and Al- Hamadani)
After the siege and the capture all the Arabian tribes (including the Istraelites) were deported en masse to Babylon where they were kept there till 539 BC.

After the fall of Babylon to the Persian king Cyrus the Great in 539 BCE, all exiled Arabian tribes (and not only the Israelites) were granted a pardon and were free to return to their homeland in west and south ancient Arabia.

Once again we need to pause here for a while for this point needs to be reiterated. The Nebuchadnezzar military raids were targeted against all Arabian tribes who needed to be punished for their frequent attacking and plundering the Caravan trade.
In other words, Nebuchadnezzar did not set out to exclusively attack the Israelites, besiege their Dar Salam (Jerusalem), kill their chieftain/king (Jehoiakim) and destroy their temple; rather he waged an outright war against all Arabs in southern and western regions of the Peninsula.
Nebuchadnezzar attacked all Arab’s strongholds in the southern and western Arabia and also in North Yemen and after years of battles and blockades he returned to Babylon with hordes of captivated Arabian tribes (The Israelites just happened to be one of them)
The Israelites were captivated (as lawbreakers) for their continuous piracy and plundering not because of their faith, their city and temple destroyed (as collateral damage) in a Babylonian raid aimed at crushing Arabs’ rebellion.
What the Zionist machine of twisting facts will tell the kids in their history books is quite different. The Zionist version depicts Nebuchadnezzar as planning his whole campaign with one enemy and target on his mind; the Israelites and their new faith in Palestine (not ancient Arabia)

But the truth is Nebuchadnezzar might have never heard of the Israelites or their cult before he embarked on his military raids. The Israelite tribe was indeed not the biggest nor the most connected tribe in ancient Arabia. As a matter of fact the Adnan tribe of western Arabia was the key adversary to reckon with in Nebuchadnezzar’s raid.

The point we are trying to clarify is that the Israelites were dragged, from North Yemen not Palestine, along many other tribes to Babylon in captivity for their rebellion and plundering. And guess what, Nebuchadnezzar’s plan worked.

After the Great Cyrus’s pardon most of the Arabian tribes preferred to continue in Babylon. The only tribes that couldn’t assimilate into the new urban culture of Babylon are the Israelites. Obviously the Jewish creed has turned the Israelites into hard-to-assimilate antagonistic sect/group (that same attitude has lingered with the hardcore Jews till this day)
But on the other hand the captivity in Babylon has given the Israelites the golden opportunity to discover a wealth of Sumerian and Babylonian culture and mythology. 

Feeling the inferiority of their cult, the Israelite scribes embarked on writing down a new book for their tribe.

In the book, later known as the Hebrew Bible, loads of copycatted Sumerian and Babylonian profound myths were intertwined with the tribal and shallow stories of the Israelite tribes. (Adam and Eve, the tree of knowledge, and the Noah flood are but ancient Assyrian/Sumerian myths)

So what we’re looking at here is the Israelite/Jewish distorted version of the ancient Near Eastern history. In the phony version; the Israelites were prosecuted by Egyptian king (so called Pharaoh- another fraud) and attacked by Babylonian king and held in captivity for their faith. But the truth is that the Israelites never set foot in Egypt and that their Captivity in Babylon was part of a bigger exile of Arabian tribes.

Because we’ve been envisioning the ancient world through the fake Israelite prism, we were deceived into believing that Moses was born as a prince in Egypt where he grow up and fought its king (Pharaoh) and lead the thousands of Israelite slaves out of the Nile valley (a completely false story)

Also, the Israelite book, kept on distorting the ancient history of Babylon and Assyria where they monopolized the Nebuchadnezzar’s raids and deportation of Arabs.
The Captivity of most of Arabian tribes had been twisted into the Exclusive Captivity of the Israelites.
All that persecution and forced migration took place not due to their plundering and piracy but because of their beliefs. They were held in captivity to preserve their faith (what deception)

The same deception was carried out again when the modern Zionists distorted the history of the World War II. They turned/distorted the war that swept across the whole of Europe, Russia, North Africa and the Far East into an exclusive war against the Jews.
The heavy toll of that devastating war (over 60 million were killed) was twisted and somehow monopolized by the Zionist Propaganda machine as the Jewish exclusive calamity.
This is how history (ancient and modern) is being distorted by the Israelites and the Zionists. We are living a big lie that was invented by the ancient Israelites, and passed down to us, generation after generation, in their distorted book and stories.

Back to ISIL and their destruction of the Assyrian and Babylonian Cuneiform tablets. The Zionists know damn well that the truth about their Yemenite origin could be revealed if more Babylonian Cuneiform tablets are unearthed.
Once the true story of the Captivity and the Arabian origin of the Israelite tribe are exposed, the whole Zionist project could crumble under the power of the historical truth.
Already there is a new archeological and anthropological trend that doubts the mainstream narrative about the origin of the Israelites and questions the Biblical/Zionist interpretation of the Babylonian/Assyrian Cuneiform tablets. The Zionist (Khazarian) Mafia is keen not to let more incriminating evidence fall in the hands of those obviously audacious and impartial scholars.

ISIL has done so well so far. Facilitated by Mossad, hundreds of Babylonian and Assyrian Artifacts have been smuggled out of Iraq and Syria. Months later many of them resurfaced again in Tel Aviv and put on display at the Bible Lands Museum under the title ‘By the Rivers of Babylon’.

Of course the new smuggled items were exhibited after they had been professionally distorted and forged to keep in line with the Israelite/Zionist story. Israelis are the masters of faking ancient artifacts (remember the fake ivory Pomegranate of Solomon)

The Zionist paradigm is founded on the distorted story of the Israelites’ Exodus from Egypt and their persecution by the Assyrians and Captivity by Babylonians. That’s why their God had promised them the land stretching from Egypt to Iraq. And the Zionist narrative is that the descendants of those Israelites are returning en masse to modern day Israel (what nonsense)

This is the twisted narrative of the Israelites/Zionists. Anybody who would dare mess with that premise/narrative is crossing the Zionist red line. But red lines should sometimes be crossed in order for the truth to be revealed. For the truth will set us all free.

Egypt knew no Pharaohs nor Israelites
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Author : Ashraf Ezzat

Discover the whole grand scale Israelite deception. Uncover the Israelites’ true story/histoy in ancient Egypt, Babylon, Arabia and Yemen.  Find out who was the true Pharaoh of Moses, and where the real Exodus took place.

Find out why neither Egypt was the land of the Israelites’ Exodus nor Palestine their promised land. Go to Amazon where you could buy a Kindle copy of Dr. Ashraf Ezzat’s new book (Egypt knew no Pharaohs nor Israelites)
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d author is digging deep into the history of ancient Egypt and Israel. Dr. Ashraf Ezzat has embarked on his rare quest with daunting questions and growing doubts about the veracity of the Israelite Exodus

The book’s title is not misleading. The author not only means every word of it but will also substantiate his claim with evidence-based findings. Dr. Ezzat, supported by a serious community of scholars and their amazing findings, will reveal one of the biggest acts of deception in history hidden behind the myth of Egyptian Pharaohs. And yes, the whole story of Egypt ever being ruled by so called Pharaohs is nothing but a pure myth and a blatant deception.

The new evidence-based findings combined with the research carried out by the author of this book will help rid ancient Egypt of what otherwise seemed like a perpetual curse of Pharaohs Ancient Egypt was ruled by kings and queens, not Pharaohs. The king of Egypt had five titles none of them was Pharaoh or anything close to it.

Get ready to think the unthinkable and imagine the never thought imaginable, for if Egypt knew no Pharaohs then it goes without saying that Egypt never Knew Moses either. And if Moses never set foot in Egypt, then The Exodus’ road map into the Promised Land has to be redrawn.

Now take a deep breath, and try to digest that the Israelite’s Promised Land is not in Palestine where the modern day Israel has been established for nearly six decades now. How is that for a paradigm shift, pretty huge eh?

Not only is the author going to stop this far but he is going to hit the readers with more explosive revelations such as neither Abraham nor Joseph ever set foot in Egypt or even dreamed about it.

And if that’s not enough the readers will be in for a stunning surprise when they will find out that the true Pharaoh is not Egyptian and that he actually came from the arid and tribal land of Arabian desert.

And that’s not all, brace yourselves for more astonishing revelations uncovering the Arabic roots of Judaism and where the Jewish Patriarchs Abraham, Joseph and Moses lived and died.

Still the biggest surprises this book will reveal is that ancient Egypt never witnessed any of the stories of the Jewish patriarchs and that the land of the Nile valley knew neither Pharaohs nor any Israelites. Egypt was never the land of the Israelites’ Exodus nor Palestine their Promised Land.

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