Senior Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh says the Palestinian resistance movement maintains the strongest relations with Iran, underlining that the ties between the two sides are rooted in history.
Speaking in an exclusive interview with Arabic-language al-Aqsa TV in Gaza City on Monday, Haniyeh lauded Iran’s long and unswerving support for the resistance movement, saying Hamas seeks to further improve its ties with the Islamic Republic.
Over eight years have passed since the “Israeli” aggression on Lebanon. However, the Zionist entity still suffers the repercussions of its defeat.
A new “Israeli” report concludes that “the painful lessons learnt during that bloody war have not yet been fully internalized, and the “Israeli” army’s reserve force is still riddled with problems.”
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In today’s dynamic program, Dr. David Duke discusses the national and world wide headlines of the media concerning the fact that a few years ago, the current Republican Majority Whip in the U.S. Congress came at spoke at David Duke meeting in Louisiana. In this broadcast David Duke sets the record straight that there was no political relationship between Rep. Steve Scalise and himself, and that truth is that dozens of Democratic as well as Republican elected officials did have a true political alliance and friendship.
Zionist forces detained over 1,000 Palestinian children in the occupied West Bank and Jerusalem over the course of this year, the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) said Tuesday.
Abdel-Nasser Farawna, who heads the PLO’s authority for prisoners’ affairs, said the Zionist entity had detained 1,266 Palestinian children below the age of 15 in the occupied territories throughout 2014.
Tuesday, December 30th, 2014
Hey, race-baiting doesn’t come cheaply. The Rev. Al Sharpton is living proof of that.
It’s become widely known that the Rev and his National Action Network are millions in debt, with Sharpton giving personal loans to NAN to keep it afloat. Because of that, he’s had to turn to the same evil big corporations he claims to be fighting against.
Brandon Cardet-Hernandez, a Cuban-American who grew up in Orlando, Fla., didn’t know the Yiddish term for soul mate (bashert) when he bumped into Ariel Foxman on the uptown A train in March 2012. But it’s clear now that that one subway trip was an express route to destiny.
In The New York Times’ Vows column Sunday, Abraham Foxman, the national director of the Anti-Defamation League, kvells about the recent wedding of his son, Ariel, to Cardet-Hernandez.