One Of The Challenges In The Liberation
Of Al-Quds Is Shiah? Al-Qaeda Starts Jihad In
01 August 2012
By Al-Ikhwan Al-Mujahidun
Among the many challenges in the liberation of
Palestine, is the piracy of issues and the blurring of
facts conducted by the Shiah groups, especially Iran.
It was revealed in an interview by hidayatullah.com
with Omar Kesman, Vice President of IHH Turkey, the
NGO that initiated the Freedom Flotilla mission with
its legendary ship, Mavi Marmara. Omar did not
explicitly mention Shiah when getting his turn to talk
at the 3rd session of the International Conference of
the Liberation of al-Quds and Palestine organized by
the Aqsa Working Group in Bandung, (04/07/2012) as
released by Hidayatullah.com. But he was talking
straightforwardly about the conducts of Iran in the
regions that supply weapons and militias to kill
innocent people of Syria who want to bring down the
regime of Shiah Nusairiyah, President Bashar Assad.
Omar said, this is important to be known by Muslims,
because Iran often sell these issues by
enthusiastically cawing to attack Israel and liberate
Palestine. But until now, not even one bullet has been
fired by them against Israel or the Western countries,
the supporters of Israel.
"In the history of Shiah, they have never fought
against the kuffar. What happened was that they fought
against their Muslim neighbouring countries," said
Omar who is a graduate of Al-Azhar university.
Omar, who claims to have been coming to Syria for five
times post the revolution, witnessed the clear
intervention of Iran and the Hizbullah-Lebanon in
He said, with regards to weapons, Iran has already
admitted of supplying weapons to the forces that
support Assad. In the places that he stopped over such
as Idlib, Homs, he met many people who can't speak
Arabic, whereas the Syrians are Arabic-speaking
people. "They have spread fitnah ," Omar said.
Al-Qaeda Starts Jihad In
Palestine: A New Phase - The Important Phase
Two videos from the Palestinian branch of the Al
Qaeda, on which the Mujahideen claimed responsibility
for recent attacks on the border between "Israel" and
Egypt, have been posted on some Islamic forums.
The movement "Majlis al-Shura al-Mujahideen fi Aknaf
Beit al-Maqdisi" promised to liberate Palestine and
emphasized that its Mujahideen took part in a clash
that occurred on the Egyptian-"Israeli" border on
The Mujahideen assured that they would continue to
attack Zionists on the border.
On Monday, Zionists reported that at least 3
Mujahideen, armed with bombs and small arms, crossed
the illegal border of "Israel" from the Sinai
Peninsula and staged an ambush on a vehicle carrying
Jewish contractors engaged in the construction of a
fence between Egypt and "Israel".
A day later, cowardly command of the illegal Jewish
army attempted to disavow the attack and presented it
as activities by some criminals. They claim that their
"Israel" is worried about a possible increase in
attacks by Bedouins at the border areas with Egypt
when construction barrier fence is completed.
The terrorist command of the Zionist armed forces
claims that the life of Bedouins in the Sinai
Peninsula is presumably highly dependent on the sale
of weapons, so they may resort to "terrorist attacks".
"This barrier is intended to prevent terrorism and
to stop the penetration of infiltrators. This
construction is one of the major national interest
...the attacks will not stop us", alleges the Zionist
terrorist ringleader Netanyahu.
Meanwhile, it is curious that after the attacks of Al-Qaeda
on the Zionists on the border with Egypt, the Hamas
military command announced its readiness to cease
hostilities against "Israel" at a request from Egypt.
"In response to Egyptian efforts to stop the
aggression against our people, we (the Brigades of al-Qassam
İzzeddin) and all rebel groups declare our readiness
to stop this spiral of confrontation, if "Israel"
obliges to stop its aggression", Hamas said in a
According to Hamas, more than 100 rockets and mortar
shells were fired at "Israel" in the last week in
response to "Israeli" attacks.
The Zionist leaders have not yet commented on the
statement of the Hamas military wing.