Adonis Diaries

Archive for May 31st, 2022

The Palestinian Information Center is with Mir Ishtiyaq

Old enough to be his grandmother: Jewish terrorist knees Palestinian woman in her chest in occupied Jerusalem as Jewish fanatics parade Jerusalem with their racist flag chanting Israel’s anthem: Death to Arabs.

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A Jewish settler kicking an old Palestinian woman who defied the colons from entering the Aqsa.

Jerusalem قدس

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The Jewish settlers/colons were harangued to enter the Aqsa carrying the Israeli flag.
They were repulsed by the steadfast Palestinians who amassed and stayed there all day and night long.

The Palestinian Information Center

Archbishop Hanna confirmed that the extremist Israeli settlers’ raids on the Al-Aqsa Mosque constitute a violation against each Palestinian, labeling the flag march as provocative and aggressive.

Hanna: Christian churches condemn settlers’ flag march
Archbishop Hanna Attalah


A Palestinian elderly man raises the Palestine flag as he passes by an Israeli military jeep in Huwara town near Nablus today.

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May be an image of one or more people and text that says 'Palestine くぐ PHOTO ODAYDAIBES PHOTO:ODAYDAIBES DAY In a matter of hours, occupied West Bank bids farewell to 4 Palestinians murdered by Israeli gunfire'
They have names

In a matter of hours, 4 Palestinians, including 2 women, got murdered in cold blood by Israeli forces’ bullets in the occupied West Bank.

Because they NOT just Numbers, Say Their Names:
1. Ghada Sabatin, 47
2. Maha Za’atari, 24
3. Muhammad Ghneim, 21
4. Muhammad Zakarneh, 17

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Wonderful Town of Nablus
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Briser le cycle.
Une illustration de Mona Chalabi sur la façon dont le boycott des produits israéliens peuvent intervenir dans le meurtre et le déplacement des
Visuel via: Jewish Voice for Peace

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Il y a trois jours nous commémorions l’anniversaire de la mort du poète et penseur palestinien Mahmoud Darwich.
Treize ans après sa mort, il reste une icône de la résilience palestinienne face à l’exil et à l’effacement.
Source visuel: The IMEU
Traduction: Agence Média Palestine

The History of Africa Magazine 


Note: When Islam spread in Africa, many countries expanded to become powerful and rich empires. The rule of equitability was dominant and wars among tribes diminished.

The so-called “Christian” invaders failed to be a catalyst for progress and focused on robbing Africa natural wealth and enslaving the Africans for extracting the riches.

“All of the countries named as Underdeveloped in the world are exploited by others. And underdevelopment to which the world is preoccupied is a product of capitalist, imperialist and colonial exploitation.”

– Walter Rodney (How Europe Underdeveloped Africa).

When the Europeans came to Whydah, they found a thriving kingdom with its own institutions, political system and a network of trading relations between Dahomey and other West African kingdoms like the Benin empire in what is modern day Nigeria.

Benin, for instance had being trading with Dahomey since the early 17th century CE and Ashanti kingdom in the following centuries, even before both Ashanti and Dahomey became a strong political entity to be reckoned with.

These trade relations were shattered by first the Portuguese, then the British and the French, with the sole intentions that all Africans polities should no more be trading among each other but that they should all depend slavishly on Europe.

To this end, Europe was most successful and the effects can still be felt today. So much so that some African countries today imports toothpicks from Europe.

The Europeans were welcomed with the traditional African hospitality, because according to Historian Dr John Henrik Clarke, “no one would have imagined that the welcomed guests will enslave the man of the house and the woman who cooked the meal.”

No one would have, indeed, imagined that.

Also, the African kings did not know that the European trading (and later looting and plundering) corporation had an active army.

For example, the British East Indian trading corporation under Colin Mackenzie in the 1800s, that took over India (especially the kingdom of Virjayanangra in southern India) had such an army.

The Dutch east Indian company had such an army too.

One of the successful transaction of such a trading corporation was when the entity that became northern protectorates and southern protectorates of the British (which was later amalgamated by the British in 1914 CE.

They formed Nigeria after series of wars and manipulations and was bought by the British from the Royal Niger company for an amount of about 850 hundred pounds.

No Africa was part of this transaction. And in this way, it was like a ‘mafia don who had taken over a territory, selling what wasn’t his to another mafia don.’

The British (descendants of the European barbarian tribe, the Angles-Saxons) claimed this territory as their own property, just as the French (descendants of the European barbarian tribe known as the Franks) took over Dahomey in 1894 CE.

This had come at huge price for the Africans.

First, the visitors were allowed room on the coastal areas and they brought in an invisible enemy, alien disease like gonorrhea, syphilis, smallpox and other germs causing ailments that the Africans were not immune to.

Next was slavery that was followed closely by colonialism that shattered African ancient polities to this very day.

And why Europeans were busy with this ‘enterprise,’ Arabs were busy in the Sahel, north Africa and east Africa, placing a ‘knife on everything that had held the societies together, even before there was an Europe or an Arab in existence. This knife was Mohammedanism or Islam; and it has confused the Africans to this very day.

We shall be looking into how these events in history had unfolded over the centuries, and what Africa was like before the first Arab or European arrived Africa, in subsequent articles.

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