How Can I?

Nahida Izzat,
Exiled Palestinian

Look at me

I would love to write poetry about love,

Paint rainbows and butterflies,

Roll in a meadow

Enchanted by rosebud scent

Run down the hills with open arms

Embrace the Earth

Inhale the sky

It is Not “Settler Colonialism”

Nahida Izzat,
Exiled Palestinian

“Settler colonialism” is a misnomer

It implies just a migration of some people to settle somewhere else

It sounds normal, harmless and benign

It sounds soft, peaceful and inclusive

It sounds permanent, “here to stay”

What we have in Palestine, is not “settler colonialism”, what we have is no less than a Supremacist Genocidal Barbaric Belligerent Occupation of Historic Palestine which has to be terminated.

On Israeli Genocidal Inclinations and The Jewish Problem

Gilad Atzmon

Palestinian-Israel Conflict in Gaza in 2014 (AFP/Getty/Baltimore Sun)

[Posted on this blog on 08/08/14. There's no particular reason to assume that the thirst for Palestinian blood among Israeli Jews has been satisfied yet. Quite the contrary, there's reason to believe they will ignore the decision of the World Court to cease & desist. – Ed.]

A short interview with «Ο Φιλελεύθερος», Cyprus

Do you have any comments on the bloodshed in the Gaza Strip?

Gilad Atzmon: It is agonizing to watch the brutality of the Israelis, but it was predictable. Israeli genocidal inclinations are entirely consistent with Jewish supremacist culture and Old Testament barbarism. The fact that 91% of the Israeli population supports the IDF massacre confirms that we are confronting a murderous collective that is a grave threat to world peace.

What is Israel trying to achieve in the region? Is it possible it is acting to insure [sic] its control of energy resources that may exist off the Gaza Strip?

GA: It is possible that the massacre in Gaza has been lightly influenced by geopolitical considerations. However, the Israeli lust for violence and its broad support from Jewish institutions around the world suggests that the motivation to kill and destroy other people is embedded in Zionist culture. Its homicidal impulses may relate to the manner in which modern Jews interpret their sense of ‘choseness.’

You have often expressed your support of Islamic organizations such as Hezbollah and Hamas that have resorted to violence as a means of achieving their objectives. Do you believe that resorting to violence is an acceptable way to achieve political results?

UK's chief rabbi gives his blessing to war crimes in Gaza

Jonathan Cook

In referring to Israeli soldiers as 'our heroes', Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis not only has Palestinian blood on his hands but potentially Jewish blood too.

Britain’s chief rabbi, Ephraim Mirvis, spoke at a public event at a synagogue last Sunday to extol the “outstanding” performance of the Israeli military in Gaza. He did so days before South Africa argues its case before the International Court of Justice in The Hague – starting today – that Israel is committing genocide in the enclave.

Whether Israel is eventually found to be perpetrating genocide may prove more a political decision than a legal verdict, given the pressures on the 15 judges from their respective national leaderships.

But it is indisputable that Israel has committed war crimes and crimes against humanity in Gaza. It is known to have killed more than 23,000 Palestinians, most of them women and children, and seriously wounded tens of thousands more. It has driven from their homes the overwhelming majority of the enclave’s population of 2.3 million – that is, Israel has ethnically cleansed them.

Enough is Enough

Nahida Izzat,
Exiled Palestinian

This message does not follow a “standard” form of communication. It is not smoothed by any concerns about anyone’s “sensitivities”, Jewish or not, amidst the live-streamed Genocide, and the screams of children of Gaza being slaughtered and burned alive by the Jewish state, its leaders, its soldiers and its racist, supremacist society:

You Want To Win? I Can Show You The Way

Nahida Izzat,
Exiled Palestinian

A personal reflection on chutzpah, depravity and disintegration of ethics.

Multi-generational indoctrination with "Chosen-mess", superiority and exceptionalism, leads to developing a super-inflated image of oneself and a distorted one of the world, as well as the inverse of universal egalitarian ethics which then manifests in:

   Developing violent narcissistic psychopathic      personality disorders.
   Developing chutzpah with a hyper-inflated ego.
   Glorifying obscenity, to attract attention.

All are leading to normalising and celebrating depravity. Glorifying obscenity is unsettling and disturbing to the inner soul.

The soul/ inner moral compass/ consciousness/ intrinsic nature of the human is to aspire to the Ideal, Divine Sublime Principles of love, compassion, kindness, inclusion, equality, justice, beauty, altruism, cooperation...etc.

Our souls are delicately balanced and equipped with the ability to distinguish between Good (Divine Sublime Principles) and Evil. Our souls are also hardwired to dislike and avoid evil and to strive to live by these principles. When it does, it finds peace, harmony, tranquility and joy.

Supremacist belief systems and their related actions (i.e. hate, envy, aggression) fundamentally contradict soul wisdom, thus causing the delicate inner balance to cave in, and dichotomy to occur. Misalignment of the soul embroils, violence and disturbance replace the natural peace of the soul. Thus, the authentic higher self is negated. Self-respect vanishes. Shame and self-loath brew.

Un-Merry Christmas for me!

Nahida Izzat,
Exiled Palestinian

Blessed Christmas and heartfelt wishes to you all dear beloved friends.

It saddens me to say that Christmas for me, has always been a very sad time never a time of joy, but this year the sadness is particularly overwhelming.

Through out my adult life I have watched people around me celebrate the birth of the Palestinian man of peace, who came with the message of peace, in the land of peace, while turning a blind eye to the perpetual crimes committed against him, and against the land of his birth; his homeland has been destroyed, his people dispossessed, maimed and murdered, his message desecrated and trampled on, year after year, decade after decade, without an end in sight.

I am still unable to reconcile the breathtaking beauty of his message with the unimaginable cruelty, complicity or apathy of many his followers.

I still remember weeping often during my children and grandchildren nativities plays, hearing children cheering for Jerusalem or singing Bethlehem, while children of Jerusalem and Bethlehem are shot, bombed and torn to pieces. Often it felt like either I landed on the wrong planet or I'm living in a parallel universe, no one to talk to and no one even notices my distress and grief, no one cared to ask.

What kept me going is the knowing that if this beloved bighearted rebel, Jesus peace be upon him, was here today, he would be part of our Palestinian resistance.

Global Intifada

Nahida Izzat,
Exiled Palestinian

I need to watch this horror
I need to feel their pain
Homes erased
Schools bombarded
Hospitals targeted
Water cut off
Food denied
Children crying
Babies Dying
Mamas losing their minds

A Letter From Heaven

Nahida Izzat
Exiled Palestinian

This poem is very special, it was written by my beloved niece Jeanine, read by her two beautiful daughters Jude and Jena, and put together by my lovely niece Sabreen

The Beginning Of The End

Nahida Izzat
Exiled Palestinian

This is not the last battle
This is not the final blow
We have made the U turn
This is the road with no return
A pivotal battle on the path of liberation

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