Gaza is under one of the bloodiest attacks by Zionist killers. Gaza needs to be defended. But the negligence, nay repugnance, by the world's largest groups of international "jihadists" at the mere thought of stepping forward to assist Gaza is impossible not to observe. Where the heck are Abu Bakr Baghdadi and Abu Mohammed al-Golani? Still striving to "free" the Syrians and Iraqis from "oppression" and bestowing on them a "caliphate?" Are these twunts not yet aware that Israeli bombs, shells and guns have butchered and displaced almost half of Gaza's population? Is there anyone who cannot sense the conspicuous silence of the "jihadists" and their firebrand fatwa-babbling uber hawk sheikhs? They accelerated their killing machines to the maximum, amassing state-of-the-art weaponry and $$$$ from the West and their Arab allies, turning Syria into a slaughterhouse. Where are those swashbuckling heroes now? Images from the real-life dystopia in Gaza have left the entire world in a state of shock, tearful and restless. But not a word from the Salafist "jihadists" claiming to restore a "pious caliphate."
ISIL supposedly captured Mosul with a single warning through a cell phone message followed by plenty of tyranny and ordering Muslims around the world to pledge allegiance. But confronting Israel apparently cannot be categorized as a 'sacrifice' according to AQ's "jihadist" altruism, can it? Regardless of the perpetual infighting between Al Qaeda groups, the outstanding features that unite them are false virtue and duplicity. Why would anyone want to bite the hand of a friend's friend? The former has been feeding them generously for three years. The latter has set up numerous field hospitals in occupied Golan Heights to nurse their injured comrades on the run in Syria.
Hamas soldiers stood next to Al-Nusra in the battlefield of Quseir (June/July 2013) by risking their own lives, ignoring the rift between Muslim Brotherhood and the Saudi backed Al-Qaeda, and shattering their much needed solidarity with Hezbollah and Syria only to help their new 'jihadi' cronies. But returning the gratitude to Hamas could be a dangerous quid pro quo and an 'unwise' step that may augur ill for the future of self-obsessed mercenaries. It begs the question, which of the two ditched Hamas by showing it a bigger portion of their rump - the Egyptians or the Al Qaeda stalwarts?
But no surprise. With the sort of zealous wrangling between these two AQ moguls to grab power, could such self-centrism call for any sympathy for the mass murder of innocent civilians blockaded by Israel for the last eight years? They have already destroyed hundreds of thousands of innocent lives across Syria and Iraq over the past decade without a shred of remorse and with no reasons to believe that the mayhem has ended. For them, Israel is their silent partner behind the veil. Gaza is simply Israel's headache while their own blood-drenched adventurism stretches from Diyala in Iraq to Aleppo in Syria, along with all its grotesque backroom deals with the colonialists.