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Dr Declan Hayes: My Fight for Syrian Freedom

  • Thank you for paying for my heart operation, Mr Irishman. You have saved my life: Ms Waad el Shom, aged 6, Damascus, Syrian Arab Republic.

  • Thank you for all the fine work you are doing to save Syria. We were able to give the mothers a double ration of baby powder milk this week because of your generous donation: Sr Bridget Doody, Italian Hospital, Damascus.

  • Thank you for your generous donation to our kindergarten. It helped us to buy fuel over the winter so less children died from the cold: Fr Taufiq Eid, parish priest, Maaloula, Syrian Arab Republic.

  • Thank you for your generous donation to our school. It helped us to pay for counseling for the children who survived the double suicide bombing attack on them: Ms Fatima Al Hussain, Principal, Akrameh al-Makhzum School, Homs, Syria.

  • Thank you, Dr Hayes, for paying for me to go to Turkey to bring Gafar Azouz, my sole surviving grandson, back to Damascus after our entire family were murdered trying to cross the border: Ms Hagar Saleh, Damascus.

  1. I thank you from the bottom of my heart for your great work on behalf of the people of Syria: His Beatitude, Patriarch Gregorios Laham, Global Leader of the Greek Catholic Church.

  • You are a special person, a true warrior in The Army of God: Archbishop Hilarion Capucci, Palestinian national hero.

  • You have done the people of Syria a great service. May God bless you forever: His Holiness, Patriarch Ignatius Ephraim, Global Leader of the Syriac Orthodox Church.

  • I thank the Irish citizen, Dr. Declan Hayes, who visited us in Syria. He visited my house and wrote a book about that. He swore that he would let my voice be heard. I thank Declan for that: His Grace, Ahmad Badreddin Hassoun, Grand Mufti of Syria. Oireachtas Joint and Select Committees, Dublin, Ireland.

  • Thank you for your generous donation to our school in Aleppo and for the equipment you donated to our church in Damascus: Fr Joseph Bali, Syriac Orthodox Church.

  • Thanks, Declan, for visiting the survivors of the ambush on our (Shia) children at al-Rashideen, which killed over 90 of our children and where 54 more were kidnapped and remain missing. Thank you also for your generous financial support: Dr Ali Mohsen, Zeinab Shrine, Damascus.

  • Irish peace activist Dr. Declan Hayes believes that the mercenary brigades running amok in Syria for the past five years have been directed by Western military intelligence, the American CIA and British MI6, along with Turk intelligence: Finian Cunningham, Sputnik News.

  • Thank you, Declan, for your generous donation to our hospital. We need a lot more money and support if we are to save more little lives. Please do your best and get more people to help, not for my sake but for the sake of our little patients who will otherwise die: Surgeon Dr Mohammad Younes, Dar El Shefaa Hospital, Damascus.

  • Dr Hayes not only has a profound grasp of the Armenian genocide and the debt Armenians owe their Syrian saviors but he is able to plant it firmly within the context of the current war being waged against the Syrian people: Armenian Ambassador to Syria, His Excellency, Arshak Poladian.

  • We were welcomed in Damascus by Dr. Declan Hayes. I would take this opportunity to thank him for his central role in conceiving this project and bringing it to fruition: Mairéad Maguire, Nobel Peace Laureate.

  • It was instructive to discuss the reconstruction of Syria today with the Irish academic, Dr Declan Hayes: Kamal Eddin Touma, Minister of Industry, Syrian Arab Republic.

  • Thank you, Declan, for running courses free of charge for us and for giving your valuable academic advice to our graduate students: Prof. Dr. Raslan Khaddour, Dean of Economics Faculty, Damascus University.

  • Declan Hayes is a witness for the terrible things that have been done to my tribe and to my people: Mhd Deeb Al Youssef, Member of People’s Assembly, Syrian Arab Republic.

  • Dr Declan Hayes has proved himself to be a true and consistent friend of the Syrian people in their time of need: Eng. Beshr Yazji, Minister of Tourism, Syrian Arab Republic.

  • The assistance Dr Declan Hayes has given us at Damascus University is both necessary and highly appreciated: Atef Naddaf, Higher Education Minister, Syrian Arab Republic.

  • The work of Dr Declan Hayes is essential reading to grasp the enormity of the crimes being committed against the Syrian people: Wael Nader al-Halqi, former Syrian Prime Minister, Syrian Arab Republic.

  • Dear Dr. Hayes: Thank you for disclosing the hidden truth about the Syrian War. It was never an “uprising;” its origins lay with the CIA, MI-6 and the host of vultures intent on destroying the Syrian people and ripping the flesh from their dead carcasses. Hundreds of billions were spent to topple the duly-elected government of Syria. Though small in numbers, Syria proved to be one of the world’s most stable, tenacious nations. Its army has fought with astounding gallantry and success against two-thirds of the world’s mightiest industrial and military powers. The multibillion-dollar propaganda campaign that western powers waged against Syria has deceived people. While reporting that America, France and Great Britain supported “moderate rebels, fighting for democracy,” our nations actually allied themselves with the world’s most brutal tyrants; the dictators of Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and Turkey. Together, we supported hideous barbarians, who raped, beheaded, burned and crucified incredible numbers—then bragged openly of it by publishing videos of their atrocities. The West reacted as if by saying, “Move along now. Nothing to see here. Get along now with you!” Yet our penniless army of bulldog journalists like you has become a most vexing irritant to the vicious coalition we are leading in our effort to topple Syria. But the fight goes on. Please keep up the fight to defend Syria. Millions of Christians, Alawites and other Syrians depend on us for their survival. May God bless you and your work: Senator Richard H. Black, USA.

  • Declan Hayes is a notorious Assad supporter: Huge Gye, The Sun.

  • A dangerous extremist: The Sunday Times.

  • A controversial academic who writes for a think-tank run by a Vladimir Putin ally: Mail on Sunday.

  • An Assad apologist… on an Interpol watchlist: Mail on Sunday.

  • Assad and Putin apologist Declan Hayes: James Bickerton, political editor of Backbencher.

  • An alleged member of a Putin-linked policy group: Daily Mail.

  • Dangerous Assad apologist: Sunday Express.

  • An apologist for tyrant Bashar Assad: Marco Giannangeli, Sunday Express.

  • A dangerous extremist: Sunday Express.

  • The fact that the leader of the (British) opposition was getting advice from someone (Hayes) who is peddling the Russian story is worrying and distressing: Col Hamish de Bretton Gordon.

  • Hayes’ views on the merits of Nato and Western values, and the democratic freedoms that Nato seeks to protect, will not give any comfort to those whose duty it is to protect the UK. Frankly, it’s dangerous: Crispin Blunt, MP.

  • Some of Declan Hayes’ views on the situation in Syria tend to be very one-sided, so some of what he says and writes should be treated with caution: Commandant Edward Horgan, former military commander of Portlaoise Prison, Ireland.

  • Regime supporter Declan Hayes …said he was proud to have spent the last three months with the Syrian Arab Army: Mark Boothroyd, British terrorist groupie.

  •  Declan Hayes, a notorious Assad apologist: Order-order, a notorious far-right website.

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Palestine Calling: Radio Programmes 2014

In this, the first episode of his latest series of Palestine Calling, Dr Declan Hayes speaks to Michel Sabah, the retired Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem and Caritas Jerusalem chief Fr Raed Abusahlia about the problems Palestinian Christians face and what the Catholic Church is doing to help them.

In this, the second episode of his latest series of Palestine Calling, Dr Declan Hayes visits Taybeh on the Palestinian West Bank where he speaks to Fr Peter Madros , the renowned Biblical scholar, and Ramallah’s Greek Catholic parish priest, Fr Abdallah, as well as local Taybeh Catholic children and listens to their beautiful music in Taybeh’s Latin Catholic church.

In this, the third episode of his latest series of Palestine Calling, Dr Declan Hayes visits Taybeh on the Palestinian West Bank where he speaks to the Khoury family who explain the problems Palestine’s Christians face living under occupation and how they hope their wine and beer start-ups will help allow their extended Christian community to remain in the Holy Land.

In this, the fourth episode of his latest series of Palestine Calling, Dr Declan Hayes speaks to Greek Catholic priest Mgr Youseff Saada, Anglican priest Naim Ateek and Latin Catholic priest Peter Madros about their experiences during the 1948 Nakbah when all three, together with their families, were forced to flee as refugees for their lives.

In this, the fifth episode of his latest series of Palestine Calling, Dr Declan Hayes attends three Palestinian West Bank protests in Ramallah, Taybeh and Bil’in, two of which were for Syria and one of which was against the Israeli settlement projects and he speaks to Jews, Christians and Muslims attending them.

In this, the sixth episode of his latest series of Palestine Calling, Dr Declan Hayes speaks to internationally renowned peace activist Abdallah Abu Rahm in Bil’in and to Fr Firas Aridah, the Latin Catholic parish priest of St. Joseph’s in Jifna on the Palestinian West Bank.

In this, the seventh episode of his latest series of Palestine Calling, Dr Declan Hayes speaks to Emily Levy, a Canadian Jew, working with Women in Hebron and, in the presence of two Christian monitors, to Isaac Cohen from the controversial Jewish settlements in the centre of Hebron.

In this, the eight episode of his latest series of Palestine Calling, Dr Declan Hayes visits a Palestinian kindergarten beside Hebron’s controversial Tomb of Abraham and speaks to a mini-army of Christian and other international volunteers monitoring the gauntlet the toddlers and their guardians run to get to and from school every day.

In this, the ninth episode of his latest series of Palestine Calling, Dr Declan Hayes visits Jericho, where he calls into the Russian museum and the Romanian Orthodox convent as well as Hebron where he meets Russian Orthodox monks at their massive monastery in the heart of the city.

In this, the tenth episode of his latest series of Palestine Calling, Dr Declan Hayes visits the embattled town of Bethlehem where he speaks to Dr. Salim J. Munayer, the director of the Bethlehem Bible College and Brother Joe Loewenstein, the former President of Bethlehem University.

In this, the eleventh episode of his latest series of Palestine Calling, Dr Declan Hayes tours the Bedoin and Palestinian villages of the South Hebron Hills in the very south of the Palestinian territories with NGO workers Hamed and Ahlam Taryra as well as Susanne Hefekaeuser and other EAPPI volunteers.

In this, the twelfth and final episode of his latest series of Palestine Calling, Dr Declan Hayes speaks to Frs Mario Hadchitz and Labib Debes, respectively the Latin Catholic parish priests of Jericho and Jenin, as well as to Jacques Neno of Bethlehem’s Les Enfants, Le Jeu et l’Educationan who, with others, explains the challenges and rewards Christian witness in the Holy Land brings.

Israel Closes Hebron Mosque for the crack

Israeli soldiers illegally occupying (and destroying) Hebron closed the local mosque, one of the most important in the Islamic world, during the holiest day of Ramadan to get a rise out of the locals. They close it when the fancy takes them and then allow Jewish fanatical settlers in the neighbourhood to go into the mosque and cause mayhem. After one of their number gunned down a few dozen Muzzies, as the settlers call the locals (Muslims), the Israeli Defence forces arrested a large number of the locals.

Jews Desecrate Jerusalem

Jews Desecrate Jerusalem

Jewish settlers have defaced with anti-Christian graffiti one of Jerusalem’s best known churches in the latest price tag attack, according to Israeli police.

Vandals spray-painted hate slogans such as “Christians are monkeys” and “Christians are slaves” and “Havat Maon” referring to a settler colony in the West Bank in the Dormition Abbey in the Old City on Friday.

 

Israeli Thugs Wreck Greek Easter

A Statement from the Patriarchs and Heads of Churches in Jerusalem, concerning the Israeli police measures on Holy Saturday- May 2013

We, the Heads of Churches in Jerusalem, watched with sorrowful hearts the horrific scenes of the brutal treatment of our clergy,people, and pilgrims in the Old City of Jerusalem during Holy Saturday last week. A day of joy and celebration was turned to great sorrow and pain for someof our faithful because they were ill-treated by some Israeli policemen who were present around the gates of the Old City and passages that lead to the Holy Sepulcher.

We understand the necessity and the importance of the presence of security forces to ensure order and stability, and for organizing the celebration of the Holy Fire at the Church of the Resurrection. Yet, it isnot acceptable that under pretext of security and order, our clergy and people are indiscriminately and brutally beaten, and prevented from entering their churches, monasteries and convents.

We urge the Israeli authorities especially the Ministry of Interior and the police department in Jerusalem, to seriously consider our complaints, to hold responsibility and to condemn all acts of violence against our faithful and the clergy who were ill-treated by the police. We deplore that every year, the police measures are becoming tougher, and we expect that these accidents will not be repeated and the police should be more sensitive and respectful if they seek to protect and serve.

We also denounce all those who are blaming the churches and holding them responsible of the Israeli measures during Holy Week celebrations. On the contrary, the Heads of churches in Jerusalem condemn all of these measures and violations of Christians’ rights to worship in their churches and Holy Sites.Therefore, we condemn all measures of closing the Old City and urge the Israeli authorities to allow full access to the Holy sites during Holy Week of both Church Calendars.

The Heads of Churches of Jerusalem

  • +Patriarch Theophilos III, Greek Orthodox Patriarchate
  • +Patriarch Fouad Twal, Latin Patriarchate
  • +Patriarch Norhan Manougian,Armenian Apostolic Orthodox Patriarchate
  • +Fr. Pierbattista Pizzaballa, ofm, Custos of the Holy Land
  • +Archbishop Anba Abraham, Coptic Orthodox Patriarchate, Jerusalem
  • +Archbishop Swerios Malki Murad, Syrian Orthodox Patriarchate
  • +Aba Fissiha Tsion, Locum Tenens of the Ethiopian Orthodox Patriarchate
  • +Archbishop Joseph-Jules Zerey,Greek-Melkite-Catholic Patriarchate
  • +Archbishop Moussa El-Hage,Maronite Patriarchal Exarchate
  • +Bishop Suheil Dawani, Episcopal Church of Jerusalem and the Middle East
  • +Bishop Munib Younan, Evangelical Lutheran Church in Jordan and the Holy Land
  • +Bishop Pierre Melki, Syrian Catholic Patriarchal Exarchate
  • +Msgr. Joseph Antoine Kelekian, Armenian Catholic Patriarchal Exarchate