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Tuesday, 27 September 2016

Jordan Imposes Media Blackout following Hattar Assassination

September 26, 2016
Jordanian writer and journalist Nahed Hattar
Jordan’s judiciary Monday slapped a media blackout on the murder of a Christian writer who was gunned down outside an Amman court on Sunday.
The information ministry said the aim was to preserve “the secrecy of the investigation” and that the blackout applied to both social and traditional media.
Nahed Hattar was hit by three bullets before the assassin was arrested at the scene of Sunday’s shooting in Amman’s central Abdali district, official media said.
ناهض حتر ملطخ بالدماء
The assailant — bearded and robed like Takfiris — shot the a 56-year-old as he made his way up the steps outside the court.
The gunman, identified as a 49-year-old Jordanian, gave himself up to police, a security source said.
A judicial source said on Sunday that the assailant was remanded for 15 days and charged with premeditated murder, meaning that he could face the death penalty if convicted.
Few hours after Hattar assassination, Hezbollah denounced the crime, urging the Jordanian authorities to punish the perpetrators.
In a statement, Hezbollah praised Hattar as “a struggler against the Zionist scheme and a defender of the Palestinian cause and the axis of resistance.”
“He was really a loud and echoing voice in confronting the Takfiri acts and genocides.”
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Monday, 26 September 2016

Full page NYT ad calling for more ethnic cleansing in israel/Palestine


“Separation between Israelis and Palestinians is Essential. No separation today means a Palestinian majority by 2020,” warned the public service announcement.
Israel’s population is about 20 percent Palestinian, so what the ad rejects is Israel having to be responsible for millions of more Palestinians who are now living in-not-their own state. At the same time, the head of the organization, Clinton ally former Florida Congressman Robert Wexler, denies that there is something called an occupation in the West Bank. There is the not-so-subtle Trumpian suggestions that the Palestinian citizens of Israel will be living elsewhere if the two-state solution happens. Maybe they’ll go willingly to live in a country now foreign to them. Maybe not. Remains to be seen. But this suggests large, (maybe coerced who knows?) transfers of people are the only way to ensure peace and order between Jews and Arabs, as the ad refers to them.
“It’s Time for Separation,” the advertisement explains. “Separation today means a Jewish majority, State of Israel now and for Generations ahead.”
Or, as Alabama Gov. George Wallace put it: “Segregation now! Segregation tomorrow! Segregation forever!”
In 1968, Wallace ran for president of the United States as a “Dixiecrat,” a dissident Southern Democrat outraged by their party leadership’s support for ending segregation in the South. (Like the Confederates he idolized, he also lost, but carried five Deep South states.) Democrats are coming to a similar impasse over the question of Palestinian rights, and how much they matter. Some Democrats are on the side of the segregationists, but this time they’re the leadership. And the Times helped get the word out about Two State Segregation.
The Daniel S. Abraham Center for Peace, run by a former Democratic Florida congressman Robert Wexler, bought the advertisement to run during the United Nations General Assembly, where Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Thursday renewed his own call for a two-state solution, and invited Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas to speak before the Knesset. President Abbas said settlements were destroying any chance of a two-state solution, and he would bring the matter up at the United Nations.
This isn’t the first time the Center has bought advertising in the Times. In 2015, around Hannukah, the group had said the creation of “demilitarized Palestinian state is not a gift to the Palestinians,” but in Israel’s best interest. “The only way Israel can remain a Jewish, democratic state is the Palestinians have a Palestinian state.”
How the “demilitarizing of the Palestinians” was going to work, the advertisement didn’t explain.” The Abraham Center for Peace has all sorts of charts and helpful brochures about the numbers of “Core Jews,” “Arabs,” and “Others” living there. The map and text in the
The map and text in the Times makes clear the reason the group is so determined to implement a two-state solution is the fear of the dilution of the Jewishness of Israel.
What’s confusing to me, as a reader, about the advertisement is what this means for Palestinian citizens of Israel. Are they supposed to retreat to the West Bank and Gaza Strip? Are the Palestinians in the occupied territories going to stop having kids? The paranoia about Israel losing its Jewish majority is unmistakable. The fear of a binational state is also spelled out in black and white.
“According to a recent poll, 97 percent of Israeli Jews want to live in a Jewish state. Without a two-state solution, Israel will end up as a binational state, half-Jewish and half-Arab,” it reads. “In a few more years, it will be too late. The dream of a Jewish state will be lost.”
And it specifically calls out Netanyahu, “Mr. Prime Minister, your people want to live in Jewish state, not half-Jewish, half-Arab — you can make it happen.”
Outcry over the segregationist advertisement grew online after journalist Max Blumenthal tweeted out a photo of an early edition of the paper.
“Explicitly racist and quintessentially liberal Zionist full page ad in NY Times by@AbrahamCenter warns of Israel’s loss of ethnic purity,” Blumenthal wrote.
Blumenthal also pointed out that the Wexler was one of the appointees to the Democratic party’s convention platform committee chosen by Presidential Candidate Hillary Clinton to vote down Cornel West’s contention that the word “occupation” was appropriate for the party’s plan to rule, “because it undermines our  common objective…of the Democratic party to achieve a negotiated two state outcome that will result in an agreement on borders. And once you have borders the issue that propels your concern regarding what you refer to as occupation will be resolved.” Neither Palestinians nor Israelis deserve anything less, he says.
Daniel S. Abraham, now 92, also has ties to the Clintons. He is a major Clinton Foundation donor, of the $5 million to $10 million dollar caste.
During the drafting committee discussion with West, Wexler didn’t mention anything about maintaining the Jewishness of the Jewish state. The advertisement in the Timesprovides an even more candid view of what Gideon Levy called in a Sept. 13 Haaretz column on Israel’s “obsession” with maintaining a Jewish majority in Israel. Levy writes:
“It’s all based on an obsession: Israel must be a Jewish state at any cost. Just or unjust, good or not good, flourishing or not flourishing — the main thing is that it be Jewish. And as with any obsession, few can explain why and no one is allowed to doubt it. On the day Israel shakes this obsession and becomes a country like any other, a democracy like any other, it will become a safer and more just place,” he wrote. “For the time being, we have a major stumbling block.”

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US Aid to Israel Aids Who and Toward What End?

September 22, 2016 (Tony Cartalucci – NEO) – Recently, the United States just renewed military aid to Israel in a decade-long, $38 billion deal – the largest of its kind in American history. It represents a significant increase in aid, roughly $3.8 billion a year – expected to be supplemented by additional assistance through US Congress – up from $3 billion per year previously.

The Atlantic in an article titled, “Why Does the United States Give So Much Money to Israel?,” attempted to explain the reasoning behind the otherwise unreasonable and unprecedented assistance by claiming:
Defenders of the deal would say it’s necessary. Dalton described the uptick in spending as a natural extension of the long-standing relationship between the United States and Israel, “as well as close ties between those countries and their peoples.” She described the “fraught neighborhood” surrounding Israel: war-torn Syria to the northeast, Hezbollah-influenced Lebanon to the north, and an Islamist insurgency in Egypt’s Sinai to the south, all of which help explain the historically high promise of $5 billion in missile funding over the next 10 years.
However, experienced geopolitical analysts will point out that the United States does not have “friends,” “allies,” or “relationships” – only interests and those who serve them. And while the Atlantic attempts to explain the deal as a means of maintaining a “relationship,” it and other publications admit that there are “strings attached.” If examined carefully, these strings reveals just what interests this supposed “relationship” serves.
CNBC would say just that in its article, “Big US military aid package to Israel has strings attached,” claiming:
…it’s structured so that more Israeli defense spending goes to U.S. companies. Israel’s long-standing special arrangement for funds from the United States previously allowed Israel to spend 26 percent of the money in Israel — on Israeli-made defense products. But that provision is being phased out over the first five years of the deal.
In other words, the ten year, $38 billion aid package is first and foremost welfare for US defense contractors, not Israel whose own defense spending adds up to $16 billion per year – dwarfing annual US “aid.” The deal is to encourage further Israeli dependency on America – dependency that lends Washington further leverage over both Israel and the region.
The purpose of aid and those who have arranged it on both the Israeli and American sides of the negotiating table is to continue directing Israel’s domestic and foreign policyto suit America’s interests, not the Israeli people’s. An Israel at peace with its neighbors in a stable Middle East and North Africa is an Israel that negates the supposed need of a US presence in the region. It also negates the need for such extravagant defense spending in both Israel and the United States.
CNBC would also reveal that the new assistance package would include provisions making it difficult for Israel to lobby for additional spending unless war broke out. Considering the track record of various Israeli regimes, does one suppose this is an incentive for Israel to avoid conflict, or actively seek it out?
In every way the aid deal is meant to perpetuate unpopular regimes, unpopular and inhumane policies, as well as perpetuate conflict and human misery. The role the US plays in “stabilizing” the Middle East is revealed instead as a constant conspiracy to overturn it.
US, Israel, and Saudi Arabia – Trifecta of Conflict and Instability 
The only other nation in the Middle East sowing as much conflict and instability as Israel’s current regime is Saudi Arabia. It has flooded Iraq and Syria with militant groups triggering years of devastating war as well as directly launched an extensive air and ground war against neighboring Yemen.
Saudi Arabia – like Israel – is the recipient of extensive US backing. While the US made history by granting Israel unprecedented foreign aid, it sealed with Saudi Arabia recently an equally historic and unprecedented weapons deal amounting to some $60 billion – a single deal significantly larger than the 10 year aid package the US is providing Israel.
Israel’s Haaretz would report in its article, “U.S. Announces $60b Arms Sale to Saudi Arabia, Says ‘Israel Doesn’t Object’,” that:
The United States plans to sell up to $60 billion worth of military aircraft to Saudi Arabia, the U.S. State Department announced on Wednesday in a move designed to shore up a region overshadowed by Iran. 

Andrew Shapiro, the assistant secretary of state for political-military affairs, told a news conference the U.S. administration did not anticipate any objections to the sale from Israel, traditionally wary of arms sales to nearby Arab countries. 
Indeed, Israel does not object to US weapon deals with Saudi Arabia. Despite feigned adversity between the two regimes, the governments of Israel and Saudi Arabia work in tandem toward a singular regional vision with very few points of contention and with the common denominator being the way each nation’s role enhances their joint sponsor – the United States – and its hegemony over the region.
It is then not surprising to see US-funded Israeli forces defending Saudi subsidized terrorists on the Golan Heights coordinating violence against Syrian forces throughout the destructive, ongoing Syrian conflict.
Unlike Saudi Arabia, which does not exist as a functioning legitimate nation-state beyond its petrodollars and its US-backed military power, Israel does possess the economic infrastructure and human capital to transition into a functioning, independent nation-state – if only its population can overcome the engineered strategy of tension that has ensnared it for decades and the regime behind it.
The United States’ $38 billion is to ensure that regime remains in power for another 10 years, the strategy of tension continues to play out, and the Israeli people, as well as their neighbors are denied any opportunity to live in peace and move forward in progress for another decade to come.
Rather than underwriting Israel’s security for the next decade, the US is ensuring Israel struggles under another 10 years of uncertainty, perpetually impending war, all while its regime continues to partner with neighboring regimes – including Saudi Arabia and Turkey – to undermine regional stability and further threaten the future of the Israeli people and the survival of the Israeli nation.
The Israeli regime’s signing of yet another compromising, dependency-inducing aid package with the United States is proof once again that Israel’s own government constitutes the Israeli nation’s worst enemy.
Tony Cartalucci, Bangkok-based geopolitical researcher and writer, especially for the online magazineNew Eastern Outlook”.

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Battle for Aleppo, A Treacherous Ceasefire, and the Deir Ezzor Bombing

Global Research, September 25, 2016
Syria’s victory will be everyone’s victory
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Before the externally-orchestrated dirty war on Syria started with the externally-orchestrated “Arab Spring” psy op; before the “peaceful protestors” shot the unarmed Syrian security forces; and before the West armed, trained and funded the international mercenary cannibals who loot, rape, and plunder; Syria was an oasis of civilization surrounded by imperial puppet states.
Syria was prosperous, with a growing economy (link). It had food sovereignty, with a “strategic” stock of millions of tons of high quality wheat , not the “Franken-food” bio-tech variety; it had a strong central bank with no usurious IMF loans; it had a popular, reformer President; it had a mostly well-educated, secular, pluralist, forward-looking population; and it was the fourth safest country in the world.
After almost six years of illegal war launched by some of the most militarily advanced countries, and years of illegal sanctions imposed by these same criminal governments – including Canada’s puppet government – Syria is still standing strong. It still has a popular, elected President and government.  And it is still a beacon of civilization.
Despite the collective punishment of sanctions and the terror of war, Syrians remain defiant. Arabi Shaher exemplified this defiance when he said,” Do whatever you like, this is our country; it will remain our country.” He, like many Syrians, sees through the lies.  And his appraisal of the root cause of the war is openly shared by many Syrians: Israel.
Israel and its allies “benefit” from a balkanized and destroyed Syria. Even conflicting pipeline interests are subordinated by Israel’s perceived needs as presaged by the Oded Yinon plan.   Syrians commonly report that Israel first and foremost, and its allies, are the number one agents driving the current holocaust. These interests are said to subordinate the “oil” interests. Same in Iraq.
Not surprisingly, Syria, ranked among the top five countries in terms of safety before the war, is now a war zone on about 2,000 fronts, but life goes on for all Syrians.
Despite the Western assaults on Syria, Syria still provides free health care and schooling for all in government –controlled areas, even as terrorists teach children to be “child soldiers”, and to adopt the degenerate Wahhabi ideology that violently excludes all other ideologies and religions.
All of the violence, including the daily exposure to bombings, is currently being “normalized”. Outsiders report that when a mortar bomb strikes nearby, Syrian pedestrians barely notice, and continue on their way. The trauma of the war will present challenges for years to come.
Despite, or maybe because of its challenges, Syria treats all of its inhabitants – regardless of their country of origin – as Syrians.
“Wesam”, a man born to Palestinian refugees, explains that Palestinian refugees have the same rights as Syrians. They can buy a home, they can buy land, and they can legally work in Syria.  In contrast, he explains that Palestinian refugees have no rights in neighbouring Lebanon; they cannot work legally, and they cannot buy a home outside of the refugee camp.
And so life goes on in Syria. The West is doing everything that it can to change this – economic sanctions, mercenary terrorists, bombing grain silosbombing Syrian Arab Army (SAA) positions, disinformation warfare – but it isn’t working.
Damascus, one of the oldest continuously-inhabited cities in the world, is strong. Observers mistakenly thought that the capital would fall within months, but it hasn’t happened yet, and it is unlikely to happen at all.
Syria has strong institutions, a strong army, and strong allies.  It also has a strong civilizing core. Syria’s victory will be everyone’s victory.


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Yawn…Jews Are Furious Once Again

  I’ve a hunch Sadiq Khan knows exactly where to find the shekels for his next campaign.
I’ve a hunch Sadiq Khan knows exactly where to find the shekels for his next campaign.
By Gilad Atzmon
The Sunday Express reports: “Jewish community furiousat re-election of ‘antisemitic’ Jeremy Corbyn”
Jewish campaigners have reacted with fury to the re-election of Jeremy Corbyn, warning that with the left-winger in charge, the Labour Party is “no longer a safe place for British Jews”.Maybe, but also maybe it is time to accept that Jews don’t feel safe anywhere –  not in France, not in Belgium, not in Monroe, NY, not even in Israel despite the IDF being one of the strongest armies in the world. But beware. If Jews do not feel safe anywhere, then makingthe Labour party into a Jewish safe haven may well be considered an anti-Jewish act.
It’s fair to say that Jews have worked hard to make the Labour party and Corbyn supporters, hostile to their interests and their political-lobbying culture.  Yet, despite the intensive Jewish campaign against Jeremy Corbyn, the veteran Left leader again won the mandate by a landslide  (62% of the votes). But in a statement released minutes after the result of leadership contest was announced, Gideon Falter, chairman of the Campaign Against Antisemitism, blasted:
“Though we are an apolitical organisation …the Labour Party is no longer a safe place for British Jews.”
We also learn that Parry Mitchell, a senior Jewish Labour peer has quit the Labour party today over Jeremy Corbyn’s ‘lukewarm’ approach to anti-Semitism. The Jewish peer struggles to cope with the democratic process.
“Jeremy has no leadership qualities whatsoever – his little group like him and they think he’s the Messiah, but he will never become the leader and prime minister of this country,” Lord Mitchell told BBC One’s Sunday Politics.
At least the Jewish peer was honest enough to admit that it is his tribal interests that motivates him.
“I’m Jewish and I’m very strongly Jewish… he(Corbyn) surrounds himself with a coterie of people who hold violent, violent anti-Israel views, and allied with it they are very hostile to Jews so, in my view, they’re pretty bad guys.”
So perhaps now’s the time for the Jewish Labour peer to accept that Israeli brutality is just not consistent with Labour values. After all, is it not  only natural for left-leaning people to advocate left ideas even if this only happens rarely?
The Jewish campaign against Corbyn was, as ever, well orchestrated and well-funded. In the last few months we have been following Jewish Labour donor Michael Foster, who thought that £400,000 would be about enough to buy the Labour party, and we learned this week that a new anti-Corbyn group is receiving funding from Tony Blair’s former spin doctor – who now runs Peter Mandelson’s consultancy firm, Electoral Commission. The Independent reported this week that Benjamin Wegg-Prosser, the managing partner at Peter Mandelson’s Global Counsel, a company that helps businesses “trying to influence policy,” has was also invested in the destruction of Corbyn’s Labour. On 27 June, Wegg-Prosser loaned Labour Tomorrow Ltd £10,000 – at the same time as MPs resigned en masse from the shadow cabinet in the so-called “coup”.
But British Jews shouldn’t panic yet. Labour’s London Mayor Sadiq Khan has just been nominated for the Annual Shabbos Goy Award when he vowed to spearhead a drive to stop the party being anti-Semitic. Writing for the Holocaust Educational Trust today,  Khan says:
“Whenever anti-semitism rears its ugly head, I’ll be the first to call it out, condemn it and then work to stamp it out.”
I’ve a hunch Sadiq Khan knows exactly where to find the shekels for his next campaign.

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Nahed Hatter Assassinated because he said the Right Word. "This is God ... This is his party."

The Great Jordanian Christian writer and journalist Nahed Hatter assassinated today because he said the right word. This is one of his articles.

“This is God … This is his party.”

My religion is humanity.  My brothers are those who challenge the policy of repression in this world, who say no for subservience to imperialism.
Today, the regime in Jordan, which is complicit with the Islamist Muslim Brotherhood movement, assassinated one of the intellects of the Arabic world, one of those who said “no” to the extremist gangs in the world.  “No” on accepting the wahhabi mentality to control secular Syria, and to control other parts of our region, step by step.
Today, the regime in Jordan martyred freedom of speech, martyred the fight against takfiri terrorists, martyred the love of Syria and of the resistance.
Today, the regime in Jordan martyred Jordanian author and thinker, Nahed Hattar.
Journalist Nahed Hattar was arrested by Jordanian regime authorities on 13 August, under the charge of “inciting sectarian strife and insulting Islam.”  Mr. Hattar’s “crime” was that he had shared a caricature to his Facebook account, which humiliated those of “ISIS” who behead innocent people while blaspheming God.  This matter so upset the Islamist Muslim Brotherhood in Jordan, which has a close relationship with the “government.”  This gang demanded the arrest of Mr. Hatter, who was detained  until released under bail, 8 September, until trial.
It mocks terrorists and their concept of God and heaven.  It does not infringe God’s divinity in any way. — Nahed Hatter, after his arrest
The Islamist Brotherhood magazine sent many death threats to Mr. Hattar.  They accused this Christian man of apostasy and threatened that the day to punish such people is close.
This morning, 25 September 2016 was the date of trial, at The Palace of Justice in Amman.  This court is supposed to be a secured place, surrounded by security guards and military police.
Nahed Hattar assassinated outside Jordan Supreme Court
Martyr Nahed Hattar bleeding to death at the steps of Wahhabi Jordan Supreme Court
The Wahhabi takfiri killer, with his full Wahhabi look, the same look as “ISIS fighters,” was waiting for Nahed Hattar.  Yet neither his appearance nor his weapons caught the attention of the Jordanian security surrounding the Palace of Justice. 
Jordanian security must have been all tying their shoelaces when the assassin appeared
Jordanian security must have been simultaneously tying their shoelaces when the assassin appeared
The killer shot four bullets to Nahed’s brain — yes, his brain was his guilt — and three bullets to his body.
The guilt of Nahed was his brain, this brain who was trying to awaken people around the world to stand against terrorist islamist gangs, and to stand with Syria, the beating heart of the Arab world.

This writer’s guilt was his love to the resistance movement in Lebanon, and to the Syrian President Bashar al Assad — our leader who does not shake the hands of Zionists.
I am shy that I defend Damascus only by my pen.  I am shy that I am not there to sacrifice my blood for Damascus, against the barbaric.  I am shy that I am not a martyr as those brave soldiers in Syria.  My weapon is my words to defend Damascus.  — Nahed Hattar

Now, he is a martyr; a martyr of truth.

It was not the caricature cartoon against the perverse ISIS “god” that caused his murder; this was a ridiculous pretext to silence this man for good.  This great intellect of the Christian faith was not insulting Islam.  He was revealing the anti-Islam takfiri mentality of Saudi Wahhabism, the takfiri mentality of the Muslim Brotherhood, condemned by the late Hafez as traitors on the payroll of the west, as haters of Islam.  He was revealing the truth against the so-called “ISIS.”
Nahed Hatter supported the Hezbollah resistance, the Islamic movement that respects all religions and defends churches as well as mosques from terrorists.  He opposed the depraved takfiri way of debasing God.  He was not against Islam. This Christian secularist writer was assassinated inside the Jordanian court for his standing against takfiri.
What guilt has Jordan:  How many ISIS do you have in your suburbs?
 Let those in the west who support the Saudis wake up.  Let those in the world wake up.

Editor’s addenda:

The offending caricature was of a Wahhabi barbarian in his imagined heaven, in bed with women, smoking and asking “god” for wine and cashew nuts.
The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information has issued a statement holding the “authorities in Jordan” responsible for Mr. Hatter’s assassination:
We bear the authorities in Jordan the responsibility of the extremists assassination of writer Nahed Hatter.  We have warned in an earlier statement against the consequences of the incitement campaign launched by the Jordanian government against Hatter and the fomenting of the religious strife, in the context of escalating pace of repression against freedom of opinion and the attempt to discredit the extremist religious groups.  At this time the authorities didn’t show any care providing an adequate protection for the writer and turned a blind eye to the infidelity campaign launched against him.
al Alam today reports that Mr. Hatter was assassinated because of his positions against Saudi Arabia’s sponsorship of Wahhabi terrorism, and against American policies to destroy the region.  The article includes a previous video interview with Mr. Hatter, who survived an assassination attempt in 1998, for the same malignant reasons.
Jordan, a member of the fascist coalition of 66[6] countries engaged in the war crime of bombing the Syrian Arab Republic, has a very long history of supporting takfiri assassinations, and exporting its petty, drunken criminals such as al Zarqawi, to become “leaders” of al Qaeda. Syrian filmmaker, Moustafa al Akkad was among dozens killed in coordinated al Qaeda  bombings, November 2005.  
During the 11-12 February 2016 Munich Security Conference, Jordan’s Abdullah held behind the scenes meetings with Israel, to discuss further collaboration with Israel, regarding their attempts at a final solution against the Syrian Arab Republic.  The Jordanian regime promotes takfiri ideology, also, in permitting the existence of the Jordanian Tahrir Party, and endorsing it on “state” television.
On 10 September, His Excellency Bashar al Ja’afari, a “proud Muslim,” addressed the Schiller Institute September 11 Memorial Conference.  In his presentation, he explained that “ISIL has been there for centuries,” providing details of the crimes of Saudi promotion of wahhabist ideology and terror.
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إلى روح حتّر..من مقالاته : “هذا هو الله… وهذا هو حزبه”

 اغتيال الكاتب والصحفي المسيحي الكبير الأردني ناهض حتر في الاردن اليوم لأنه قال كلمة حق. وهذه احدى مقالاته.

“هذا هو الله… وهذا هو حزبه”

ناهض حتر-

في عُنقي لكم دَينٌ يا أحبّتي ورفاقي، لأمّهاتكم، لآبائكم، لزوجاتكم، لأبنائكم، لحزبكم العظيم… حزب الله، حزب المسيح ومحمد وعلي والحسين، حزب ماركس وإنغلز ولينين، حزب ميشيل عفلق وأنطون سعادة وفهد، حزب عبد الناصر وحافظ الأسد، القلب المسلّح لحركة التحرر الوطني العربية!

دماؤكم التي سالت وتسيلُ في سوريا، لا تعوَّض، انسانياً ونضالياً؛ فأخجل لأنني لستُ شهيداً، وأخجل لأن بندقيّتي من الكلمات في خندق دمشق، ولأن حبري يسيل ـ لا دمي ـ في صدّ الحملة البربريّة على الشام، لكنّ، في دمائكم، يا رجال الله، الله/ المطلق، يا رجال المطلق، يا مقاتلي المشرق المتحضر التعددي، معنىً تاريخياً لن يفهمه ليبراليو الصهيونية ـ الوهابية؛ فالمعركة واحدة، للتحرر والعدالة والإنسانية، من مارون الراس إلى القصير إلى الجولان إلى القدس.

 في عُنقي لكم دَينٌ. وفي ضلوع وطني المهدّد بالمشاريع الصهيونية، في أزقة بلدتي السلط التي يختزن الإسرائيليون خطة احتلال جبالها، لكم دينُ المقاومة وسابقة التحرير التي أنقذت عقولنا من فوبيا إسرائيل، ووهمِ حتمية الاحتلال والركوع. في عُنقي لكم دَينٌ…

وفي عيني دموع! هل تأذنون بهذه اللحظة من الوجد؟

لي، أيضاً، قلبُ مقاتل. وقد ملأت الجراح جسدي، فما قلتُ آه.. لكنّ دموعي تفرّ شكراً لمَن يقدّمون حيواتهم الغضة، لكي يمكنني أن أكون عربياً.. ومسيحياً شيعياً سنياً علوياً درزياً اسماعيلياً علمانياً، وأعيش كما أريدُ، وعلى هواي، في أرض أجدادي،

شكراً لآبائكم، وهم يقدمون القرابين لكيلا يُذبَح أبنائي على الهوية. شكراً لإيمانكم المخضّب بالشهادة، لكي يمكنني أن أكون ماركسياً ومعارضاً وحالماً وعاشقاً وخاطئاً وعاصياً، وأموتُ، كما يحلو لي، وأنا أعانقُ داليةً سَلْطيةً تحت شمس العروبة، ولا أموت غريباً في أرضٍ باردةٍ غريبة، مهاجراً منفياً.

هذه هي الماركسية في جوهرها، حين لا تضيع بوصلة السياسة والسلاح، ولا تعرف الفوّهات سوى صدور الغزاة، امبرياليينَ وصهاينةً وتكفيريين وعثمانيين.

هذا هو الديالكتيك المشرقيّ بتمامه؛ حين يُستشهَد مؤمنٌ من أجل علماني، هذه هي القومية باكتمالها؛ حين يُستشهَد الفتية اللبنانيون الذين آمنوا وما بدّلوا تبديلاً.. تحت عَلَم الجمهورية العربية السورية. هذا هو الله… وهذا هو حزبُه.

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ناهض حتر قاب قوسين: ناهض حتى رقاب قوسين

ناصر قنديل
– نقاط دمك على حروفنا كما كانت نقاط دم البراهمي وبلعيد.

– نقاط دمك ليست دماء أسالوها كدماء الأضاحي في العيد.

– دمك دين في عروقنا يجري… منك ما نالوا ولا لأن دمك العنيد.

– كما كنت تخجل من ذرف الدمع بدل الدم نحن اليوم دم الضحية.

– كما كتبت عن شهداء المقاومة الذين أتاحوا لك المنبر والحرية..

– نكتب فيك وقد أتحت لنا رؤية حالنا والجلاد حرّ ويلبس ثوب القضية.

– ناهض أنت فينا وبنا تنهض من بين ركامنا كفينيق الرواية.

– ناهض حتى يستقيم الدين، كما وصفته، ويعود إلى أسلافنا لا أسلافهم، كما كنت تقول في الحكاية… وكما تخيّلت الفرق بيننا وبينهم في وصف البداية والنهاية..

– فاجأوك أم فاجأتنا أم فاجأتهم وفاجأونا… نحن في دوار لا يُنهيه تحقيق ولا تجلوه المحاكم… ولا تغيّر فيه دموع التماسيح في عيون حاكم..

– يعلمون أنّ ما قلته في وصف رب الدواعش هو وصف الرسول المصطفى لأرباب قريش التي يصنعونها… من تمر ومتى جاعوا يأكلونها..

– كيف يستوي أن تستعير قوله ويُقتل باسمه من كتب يقول: هذا هو الله وهذا هو حزبه وحزب محمد والمسيح؟

– كيف يستوي أن نشهد موتك وهم يجرؤون على سفكه ويفاخرون بالتوقيع الصريح؟

– ناهض أنت حتى قاب قوسين من النصر..

– ناهض أنت حتى قاب قوسين من حلم العمر..

– ناهض حتى قاب قوسين من حلب..

– ناهض حتى قاب قوسين… أن تستقيم اللغة ويستقيم الأدب..

– ناهض حتى قاب قوسين من إدراكنا أنّ الحرب على الفلسفة واللغة..

– ناهض حتى قاب قوسين من وعينا أنّ الحرب بيننا وبينهم موت وحياة بالحبر والدم سواء دون مبالغة..

– ناهض حتى قاب قوسين… أن تصير بالدم المرافعة

– ناهض حتى قاب قوسين… قد صار دمك الرافعة

– ناهض حتى رقاب قوسين للنصر تعانقا

– ناهض حتى رقاب قوسين للنصر ترافقا

– ناهض حتى رقاب قوسين يصنعان نصراً برمح منطلق

– ناهض حتى رقاب قوسين يكرهان أن يصيرا طوقاً ينغلق

– ناهض حتر قاب قوسين من النصر أنت… فدعنا وإنطلق

– ناهض حتر قاب قوسين من بلوغ مدى الروح في حلب

– ناهض حتر بالحبر كتب… بالدم انكتب

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