From Saudi Arabia, we see an article speaking of a renewal of hostilities within the Sudan. That is one way to put it. The practice known as an Islamic jihad, is, in deed, and action, hostile.
RIYADH: Foreign Minister Prince Saud Al-Faisal expressed Saudi Arabia’s fears on Saturday that Sudan's up coming referendum on the south's independence could reignite violence in the country rather than bring peace.
War, or jihad is a certainty,as many commands authenticated this religious "right". This is of course a "right" granted Mohammad, by the little voice, in the head of the "prophet". Mohammad, he is the perfect man. ( as he, himself said, in Qur'an 68:4, 33:21)
This perfect man, I hesitate to inform you, had an inordinate fondness of pre-pubescent little girls.As well as equally strange, and all consuming inappropriate hate, of the Jewish people living all around him. Finally showing it self in the murder and ethnic cleansing of all he could lay his hands on. This would seem to set a poor example in dealing with the "other ". It's clear "unsettling" manifestations or disregard for the life of the "other", are seen all around the world today.
And that leads to another article
Making the next question, obvious . Why when African men, appear before the United Nations and complain about the ongoing human rights violations, is it ignored ? could it be the organization of Islamic states ?
The last major case took place in the early 19th century when Muhammad Ali [1805 - 49], an Ottoman soldier of Albanian descent, was attempting to create an army to make himself independent of Ottoman rule. In 1820 he sent both his son and son-in-law south from Egypt on military campaigns to capture young African males whom he wanted to enslave and then train to serve as his new army.
Sudan. On 23 March 1999 he was twice stopped on a ‘point of order’ by the delegation of Sudan before he could ask a key question on genocidal character of the war in Sudan” In 1992, the regime in Khartoum declared Jihad in Khartoum against the people of southern Sudan and the Nuba mountains. Since then, Jihad has been declared again and again.
I ask this very important question: is the Jihad a religious right of those who declare and wage it or is it a violation of the human rights of the people against whom it is declared and waged?] (21)
[A day later the former Sudanese Prime Minister Al-Sadiq Al-Mahdi sent his letter to Mary Robinson, in which he referred to Jihad and slavery in Sudan – his letter was widely circulated at the Commission. Under the title, War Crimes, he asked (his 5th question): “Is it legitimate for the ruling regime in an Islamic State to call for a JIHAD against its citizens, be they Muslims or Christians?” He concluded by writing that: although no one would justify slavery today, under shar’ia, “the traditional concept of JIHAD does allow slavery as a by-product.”]
Mohammad Ali and his sons Ismail and the Ibrahim, (Ibahim went on to conquer Mecca at the request of his father. Defeating the first proponents of the Wahhabi movement) Were largely responsible for the start of the Islamic genocide in the Sudan, at the dawn of the 19th century (1820) it began in earnest. It continues still now, in stops and starts, unabated ,unreported, and unapologetically it slowly but surely, ends the life of our fellow man in truly staggering numbers.
Darfur and to a larger degree the Sudan as a whole, are a classic example of imperialism. Islamic imperialism and religious supremacist ideology, acted upon by the adherents of said orthodox teachings,which are contained within its "holy" text. It is not only the dominant Sunni Islamic theocracies that have cast their lustful eye toward the grand prize. (the complete submission of the Sudan to the will and obligations of Islamic ideology). Going on near two hundred years now, of forceful "jihad" -Darwa. They (the rest of southern Sudanese people) have not "fully" submitted.
Iran has been a continuing partner in the genocide of the people of the Sudan. One of the few books dealing with this touchy subject is ISLAMIC FUNDAMENTALISM BY MOHAMMAD MOHADDESSIN, it paints a frightening picture,see chapter 8
At about the same time, Western intelligence sources reported the dispatch to Sudan of a contingent of one to two thousand Iranian Revolutionary Guards. The Supreme Command of the Sudanese Armed Forces stated that in meetings between Sudan's military commanders and Iranian Defense Minister Torkan "the two sides reviewed developments in military relations and cooperation and exchange of experts."27 Subsequently reports on Sudan's attempts to establish a military unit similar to Iran's Revolutionary Guards Corps came to light.28 The Sudanese leadership's foreign affairs counselor visited Tehran to get guidance on setting up such a force.29 On March 31, 1992, the formation of the Popular Defense Forces (PDF) of Sudan was made public. As a Western journalist wrote: "Their khaki outfits made in Iran introduces these young troops who are ready to fight a Jihad, or holy war. The PDF forces trained to march with a gun and recite the Quran are part of Sudan's new Islamic forces. They are modeled after Iran's Revolutionary Guards and reported by some Western observers to be trained by Iranians."30
Reacting to these developments, the U.S. State Department announced, "It is obvious that very close political ties are developing between the Islamic Republic of Iran and Sudan's National Islamic Front which includes Iran's support for Sudan's paramilitary Popular Defense Forces."31 Some American analysts expressed the view that "Sudan, which is being supported by Iranian money and know-how, will be another Lebanon very soon, becoming a base for the export of terrorism."32 Because, as one expert put it, "Iran has tried in the past to export revolution, but Sudan is the first place where they have had a regime that is a willing supporter."33
Clear signs confirm this assessment: The mullahs have spent $20 million to build a main center in Khartoum and dispatched teams of Revolutionary Guards to Sudan for protection and security. The mullahs' top agent in Sudan, Majid Kamal, held the same post in Beirut during the 1980s and was active in the formation of the Hizbullah.34
Perhaps Majid Kamal is learning valuable lessons,that could be used to help solve the "Palestine" question ?
the "holy" Quran http://www.islamawakened.com/Quran/7/4/default.htm may provide a clue.
How many a township have We destroyed! As a raid by night, or while they slept at noon, Our terror came unto them.
The United Nations International Commission of Inquiry on Darfur adopted a typically questionable definition of “Janjaweed”. It noted that there were two “precisions” in a definition of “Janjaweed”, that attackers were Arab and armed with modern weapons.
is this a valid explanation,or is there more to discover if we look ?
Dily, a Sudanese Arab, recounts how for three years he and his fellow Janjawid charged the farming villages of Darfur on their camels and horses, raking the huts with gunfire and shouting: “Kill the slaves. Kill the slaves.”He reckons he attacked about 30 villages in all, and cannot count the people he shot. The villages were invariably destroyed, he says. The homes were burnt to the ground and the men, women and children killed — sometimes with the help of government airstrikes. If there were survivors “they would be left there . . . They couldn’t get help. Sometimes they made it to camps but mostly they died of thirst or starvation”
Dily is a rarity in that wretched conflict. Filled with disgust, he finally escaped the Janjawid’s clutches and last month, with the help of “people smugglers”, reached Britain, where he is now seeking political asylum. He expresses remorse. He is willing to talk, and the story he tells flatly contradicts the Sudanese Government’s claims that it has no control over the Janjawid — the predominantly Arab “devils on horseback” who have driven two million of Darfur’s black Africans into camps and killed at least 200,000.
If you are a typical westerner, with a Judea, Christian upbringing. You may fail to understand the religious component involved. I don't blame you. It goes against everything you know or have ever thought about religion, and the concept of G*d's will. We know G*D , "desires not the death of the innocent."
Hey, you say, what would Jesus do ?
Well Jesus is not Mohammad, and Islam is not Christianity. Take it from a practicing"pagan". Most faiths display empathy for their fellow man. Even the ultimate "other", is, if not respected, not slaughtered in ritual or reality.
I do not slaughter Yankees fans. No matter how much they may, or may not deserve it. No matter how many "World Series" they may win, or how much money they F**ing spend. I can honestly say. I have never thought of Slaughtering them.
Of course winning two recently, helps,but nevertheless, I restrained my less then exceptional emotions. We just don't do that to the "other" here. Even if said "other" ,worships the New York Yankees as his "GOD". it's sort of, Ok
Narrated Anas: The Prophet offered the Fajr Prayer near Khaibar when it was still dark and then said, "Allahu-Akbar! Khaibar is destroyed, for whenever we approach a (hostile) nation (to fight), then evil will be the morning for those who have been warned." Then the inhabitants of Khaibar came out running on the roads. The Prophet had their warriors killed, their offspring and woman taken as captives. Safiya was amongst the captives, She first came in the share of Dahya Alkali but later on she belonged to the Prophet . The Prophet made her manumission as her 'Mahr'.
The "perfect man" (in Islamic theology 68:4) is a mass murderer, rapist, war criminal, slaver who also ethnically cleansed those who did not submit. (to summit is to become a muslim)
How are the actions of the Janjaweed different, than the example set by Mohammad ? In his own action, against the Jews of Khaibar. As opposed with Dily, the Holy warrior, Janjaweed- jihadi from the Sudan ?
written by Kevin Padig O'Raghailleah "black Irish" Pagan, Tuatha De' Danann (child of the Goddess Danu)