The Palestinian Hits, and the Traitors Feel Exposed

The Palestinian Hits, and the Traitors Feel Exposed

There is no argument that the Palestinian people’s struggle has always been a beacon for all those walking on the paths of freedom and fighting injustice in its local and global dimensions. This struggle is a source of strength and pride for anyone who stands in the face of injustice in any part of the world.

Because that is the case, some of the (unusual) supporting statements and positions we have seen over the last few days are worth looking into to try and understand.
There are, of course, politically hypocritical forces that formally show support for the Palestinian people while in practice work against their own people in their own countries, and ultimately in harmony with the US and the Zionist entity. One of the tools for revealing the political hypocrisy of these forces is their avoidance of referring to the US in their support of the Palestinians and condemnation of “Israel”. Although the hypocrisy cannot be negated even among some forces that attack the US verbally, and verbally only.
These are well-known at the local, regional, and international levels, but what is new this time is that there are forces, currents, and individuals who have always been openly hostile to the Palestinian cause, are now declaring their support therefor.
As an example, there are several voices in the US Congress that, unusually, posted yesterday on their Twitter accounts in support of the Palestinians and condemnations of the Zionist entity.
It is not entirely rare in US history that a few individual voices in Congress take this position, but this time, as far as we know, it is the largest.
Furthermore, today we hear statements of support from parties within the Lebanese civil war who were and still are clear agents of Zionism. Is this not something that should be pondered?
Our initial explanation has appeared clearly in articles previously published by Kassioun, among them “The Zionist Entity’s Path to Demise” (issue no. 1007, 1 March 2021). However, it may appear more clearly in a new article by Zionist blogger Don Davis published in The Times of Israel on May 4th, entitled: The US, Israel and Iran Catch-22, which we will discuss it in detail in a later issue of Kassioun.
More clearly, those who relied on “Israel” for decades past, now realize that it is not able to defend itself or its interests. They, therefore, have begun to feel exposed and are searching for formulas to come to an agreement with the people of their own countries.

(Arabic version)

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