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Saudi Sheik: 'Slavery is a part of Islam'

Islam's Black slaves

Where Slavery is Not a Metaphor

The civic and the tribal state: the state, ethnicity, and the multiethnic state - Page 109 Feliks Gross - [Greenwood Publishing Group,] 1998 - 210 pages
The African slave trade was still in its prime without the American market, long after the suppression of the Atlantic slave trade. The colonial powers opposed and prohibited slave trade at that time, while native African and Arab slave trade still continued. Lugard, called by some "an imperialist," interceded late in his life in 1920s with the Ethiopian emperor on this very issue.
Slavery, in spite of abolition, continues today, and it has ethnic, racial and tribal traits. Victims belong to different ethnic or racial groups than the raiders. In fact, in many cases they are a kind of ethnic minority. It still survives in Sudan, Mauritania, Mali. We read in a current (1996) report : Slavery in Sudan is also a young and female phenomenon; when armed raiders from the Arab north swoop down on blacks in the south, they take mostly women...

Islam, the Religion of Slavery
Canada Free Press - Daniel Greenfield - Thursday, November 10, 2011

imageThe slow collapse of Dubai, a desert mirage built on oil money, human misery and the greed of Western businesses, reminds us once again of the fate of all slave economies in the end. But for all the skyscrapers in Dubai, the glittering avenues built by slave labor and the abundance of luxury American and European automobiles—the story of Dubai and Saudi Arabia is very much an old story in a Muslim Middle East, of fat prosperous sheiks clutching their ill gotten gains to themselves and ruling over harems and companies of slaves, until the end comes.

Like Muslim Brotherhood derived terrorists using the latest Web 2.0 social media as part of a quest to drive humanity back into the dark ages, the Gulf States are a very old story with the external gilt and glitz of modernity. While the Muslim world may employ the tools and utilities of the 21st century, even mimic its terminology, it has never left its own dark ages… and its dominant religious and social movements are all geared toward making sure that it never does.

And while above the skyscrapers gleam in Dubai’s night sky, below are the armies of foreign workers, some prosperous Western Dhimmis driving luxury cars who come to do all the higher labor that the native Emiratis lack the ability or will to do, and outnumbering them are the labor gangs of Asian, Indian and Middle Eastern workers who erect the edifices designed by Western architects to fool Western investors into believing that the backward totalitarian sheikdom is actually a modern free republic.

As with any fairy tale, behind the glamour lies an ugly truth. A truth that dates back to Mohammed. That stretches from slave caravans to slave ships. From England to America and through Turkey to Russia, the roots of slavery can be found in the Muslim slave trade.

The African continent was bled of its human resources via all possible routes. Across the Sahara, through the Red Sea, from the Indian Ocean ports and across the Atlantic. At least ten centuries of slavery for the benefit of the Muslim countries (from the ninth to the nineteenth)... Four million slaves exported via the Red Sea, another four million through the Swahili ports of the Indian Ocean, perhaps as many as nine million along the trans-Saharan caravan route, and eleven to twenty million (depending on the author) across the Atlantic Ocean.—The Impact of the Slave Trade on Africa, Elikia M’bokolo

The silent genocide is little spoken of, because it is an inconvenient interruption of the modern liberal historical narrative in which industrialized European powers exploited the unfortunate peoples of what is now the Third World. But Muslim slavery was indeed a genocide, one that stretched on for a thousand years of horror, misery and cruelty. That helped lead into the European era of slavery as well… but what is often forgotten is that before Europeans were slaveholders, they, along with Africans, were slaves of Islam.

While it is European slavery that is best known, it is Muslim slavery that came long before it and lasted long after it into the present day

Many centuries before European slave ships began raiding African coasts, Muslim slave ships were raiding European coasts and sending their armies deep into the heart of Europe. While it is European slavery that is best known, it is Muslim slavery that came long before it, and lasted long after it into the present day. The guest workers who labor on Dubai’s mirage of skyscrapers and luxuries die by the thousands with no civil or human rights, cheated out of wages, imprisoned at a whim and viewed as subhuman by their Emirati masters—are the latest extension of a tradition of Muslim slavery stretching for over a millennium.

Without slavery it is likely that Islam would have never survived long enough to become the worldwide menace that it is today. Mohammed, himself a slaveowner, exploited slavery to gain power in two ways.

First, Mohammed attracted men to join his cause by allowing them to raid caravans and towns, seizing goods and carrying off men, women and children into slavery. The men would be sold to labor, the women would be raped and then perhaps taken as concubines or forcibly married, as Mohammed himself did on more than one occasion. The children would be raised in slavery.

By treating non-Muslims as subhuman property, Mohammed was able to create an important financial incentive for men to join him in his wars to conquer the region—as well as demonstrating to those who refused to convert and join him just what would happen to them and their families if they refused to bow to him. By invalidating the marriages of captured women, Mohammed simultaneously legalizing both rape and adultery under the banner of Islam.

Back when Mohammed was essentially running a biker gang with a religion, his dehumanization of non-Muslims turned anyone who had not become a Muslim into human loot to satisfy their greed and appetites. Had Mohammed not done this, he would have ended up as nothing more than another nomad cultist with delusions of grandeur. But by trading in human chattel, his religion gained “followers” who wanted loot, and slaves more than they wanted “Allah”.

Second, Mohammed promised freedom to slaves who came to join him. This allowed him to expand the ranks of his followers further, while posturing as morally being opposed to slavery. This cynical maneuver in which Mohammed and his followers turned non-Muslims into slavery, yet promised freedom to slaves who agreed to become Muslims is often cited by Muslims who are looking to promote Mohammed as being opposed to slavery.

In fact, Mohammed very much favored slavery, he simply understood that turning his army into a magnet for escaped slaves whom he could transform into free men through his omnipotent religious impramptur, would swell his ranks and diminish those of his enemies. Mohammed himself owned slaves, and raped and abused them. And today, slavery remains far more widespread in the Muslim world, while it has become extinct in Christian and Jewish countries.

Of all these slave routes, the “slave trade” in its purest form, i.e. the European Atlantic trade, attracts most attention and gives rise to most debate. The Atlantic trade is the least poorly documented to date, but this is not the only reason. More significantly, it was directed at Africans only, whereas the Muslim countries enslaved both Blacks and Whites. —The Impact of the Slave Trade on Africa, Elikia M’bokolo

While the European slavery was more labor oriented, with racial justifications used to maintain a slave economy—Muslim slavery has traditionally been more luxury oriented. The Europeans may have seen slavery as a convenient means of production, Muslims traditionally saw slaves as a luxury in and of themselves. That is why slavery in the European world was more limited to developing economies with a labor shortage and high transportation costs such as the Americas, while in the Muslim world it is traditionally the most prosperous countries with a surplus of the wealthy who collected the most slaves.

The Zanj Rebellion in 9th century Iraq in which half a million slaves rebelled against the Muslim Empire of the Abbasid Caliphate virtually prefigures the state of affairs in present day Dubai and Saudi Arabia. And indeed Dubai and Saudi Arabia may well face the same if enough of their abused workers ever turn a riot into an outright uprising, that will likely have to be crushed with borrowed US troops acting on behalf of the Saudis and Emiratis.

Unlike European slavery where the number of slaves related to production, Muslim slavery places no limits on slavery because it is as much a luxury as a means of production. That is also why slavery became extinct in European colonies, as much on economic as on moral grounds, but can never go extinct in the Muslim world, because the moral grounds and personal example for the maintenance of slavery was provided by Mohammed himself, and Muslim slavery is not rooted exclusively in the rationale of production, but in the sense of Muslim superiority.

Slavery may be odious in the free world, but the Muslim world is by no means free

Slavery may be odious in the free world, but the Muslim world is by no means free. And the social nature of an un-free world is a world of masters and slaves. In a society of masters and slaves, the best way to demonstrate your freedom is by owning slaves.

While the prosperous citizens of a free nation demonstrate their accomplishment through hard work, in a master-slave society the prosperous demonstrate their prosperity through public laziness and self-indulgence. In a master-slave society, freedom means the freedom to do nothing, the freedom to have a slave do it for you instead. And that is Dubai, Kuwait and Saudi Arabia in a nutshell… in which foreign workers make up much of the population and do everything. A Briton to manage your investments, an American to pump your oil, a Filipino maid for your second wife to boss around, a Ukranian to include in your harem and a Thai to work at your construction site. That is a Muslim’s idea of paradise and the dream of Dubai. It is the mindset behind Muslim slavery and it is why Muslim slavery continues into the present day.

One cannot reform Islam, without first reforming Muslims. Yet, where does one begin reforming the culture of slavery, the ethos of the master and slave that is so deeply embedded into Islam that it in fact is Islam? Muslims describe themselves as the Slaves of Allah, because that is the deepest form of loyalty they can imagine.

Islam is the Master-Slave dynamic of the Middle East writ large into a religion, with Muslims viewing themselves as the slaves of Allah, and everyone else as their slaves. Within Islam, the higher status Saudis who style themselves the keepers of Mecca and the birthplace of Mohammed, feel free to enslave other Arab Muslims. Arab Muslims in turn enslave African and Asian Muslims, whom they consider racially inferior. And these in turn move to Europe where they view Europeans and other resident non-Muslims as inferior to them, as slaves.

Islam, in short, is nothing more than slavery in religious form

Islam, in short, is nothing more than slavery in religious form, relying on the sort of crude punishments you would dispense to a slave, and the sort of crude rewards you would offer to a slave—namely the chance to enslave and abuse others, and sample forbidden luxuries. Islam is a religion of slavery for a religion of slaves.

It is no wonder then that the modern day Jihad is built on slavery, funded by the royal families of the Gulf States, using the oil revenues produced by the oil pumps that they would never sully their own fat fingers with, with the aim of destroying and enslaving the civilized world that stands between them and world power. The Wahhabi mosques rising up across the world, their minarets and crescents, are the banners of a worldwide call to slavery. For mankind to fall to its knees and bow toward Saudi Arabia, to the Masters of Mecca, the paymasters of Al Queda and a thousand other Muslim terrorist groups around the world all clamoring for their own states and territories as part of a new Muslim Empire.

The question is will we dare to resist them?

The modern African state: quest for transformation - Page 133 Godfrey Mwakikagile - (Nova Publishers,) 2001 - 251 pages
Chapter Five Slavery in Mauritania and Sudan: The State against Blacks THE SILENCE by black ... The Arabs continue to hunt, capture and sell blacks into slavery in Arab countries on the African continent and in the Middle East.

'End black slavery in Arab lands'


THE Global African Civil Society Organisations (GACSO) on Tuesday urged the African Union to use its upcoming conference in Accra as a platform to end black slavery in Arab lands before the Continent embarks on the “United States of Africa” agenda. dex1.php?linkid=65&archiveid=678&page=1&adate=27/06/2007
Slave Girls and Their Rights in Islam

Darfur slaughter rooted in Arab-African slavery

Islam, Racism, Slavery...


Islamic Slavery

The Persistence of Islamic Slavery -

06:49 500,000 migrant workers, site death toll exceeds 800

'End black slavery in Arab lands'   


THE Global African Civil Society Organisations (GACSO) on Tuesday urged the African Union to use its upcoming conference in Accra as a platform to end black slavery in Arab lands before the Continent embarks on the “United States of Africa” agenda. dex1.php?linkid=65&archiveid=678&page=1&adate=27/06/2007

Libya, Slavery


Saudi Arabia

The child slaves of Saudi Arabia - BBC News Mar 27, 2007 - In wealthy Jeddah, in Saudi Arabia, thousands of young child beggars are trying to survive.

Child Slavery on the Arabian Peninsula | FrontPage Magazine
Dec 29, 2011

It is perhaps the most pernicious of evils. The words “child slavery” would cause most people nowadays to recoil in horror, but in the oil-rich countries of the Saudi Arabian Peninsula, it apparently still doesn’t.

The most recent and revolting incident shedding light on the continued existence of this murky and most heinous of crimes involves a thirty-five-year-old Pakistani mother who bravely refused to sell her two boys to a slaver in Dubai, one of the United Arab Emirates. But this heroine, whose name, Azim Mai, deserves to be mentioned, paid a high price for her courageous stand. Her husband, angry at her refusal to condemn her sons to such a cruel fate, threw acid in Mai’s face, seriously disfiguring her.

But there are still many other parents among Pakistan’s large, poverty-stricken population willing to sell their male offspring into the Persian Gulf. Boys as young as three are bought from poor parents, and sometimes simply kidnapped from the street, principally in Pakistan and Bangladesh, and sent as slaves to these oil-rich states for one purpose only: to win camel races for their new Arab masters. The boys are expected to do this after being trained as riders under very brutal conditions for what is a very popular sport in that region.

“As many as 6,000 camel jockeys …languished in hidden slavery on ouzbah farms where their masters beat them and starved them to keep their weight down,” wrote E. Benjamin Skinner in his book, A Crime So Monstrous, before the use of boy camel jockeys was officially banned due to international pressure in 2005. A 2004 documentary about the boys’ plight, shown on HBO, was chiefly responsible for making Americans aware of this modern-day barbarism.

Great fanfare was made at the time about replacing the child jockeys with robots. But humanitarian organizations, like the Ansar Burney Trust, never believed all racing camel owners stopped using slave boy jockeys after abolition. Such a law, they say, would never affect the rich and powerful in the Emirates, especially members of the different Gulf royal families. The races, in which children are still made to ride, simply went underground.

As evidence, the Ansar Burney Trust cites the fact that of the estimated 6,000 camel jockeys at the time of the so-called abolition, one thousand are still missing. And even then, some of the ones repatriated back to their countries were resold and resent to the Persian Gulf to race camels again, while still others wound up in the madrassas of Islamic extremist organizations in their home countries.

The unfortunate boys kept on an “ousbah,” an isolated camel farm, are caught up in a nightmare of hellish proportions. After experiencing the trauma of suddenly being separated from their families, they are made to work 18-hour days. A camel jockey-in-training is also starved, beaten and sometimes sexually abused. Serious injury, even death, is a fate that also awaits many of the child riders, some as young as five, when training or racing over distances between four and 10 kilometres atop of 800-900 pound animals that can run as fast as 40 miles per hour. Even if the rider does not fall, damaged genitals is one of the serious wounds the slave boys often suffer.

“They used to wake us at two or three in the morning. If we didn’t get up or thought we were lazy, they would beat us with sticks,” one former child camel jockey told a British newspaper. “We had to clean up the camel dung with our hands.”

Another boy, Zufiqar, 10, said that race day represented the worst time due to the injuries and deaths he saw the camel jockeys suffer when thrown from their fast-moving mounts. And if the camel was also injured, Zufiqar stated “They always look after the camel first.” The reason for this is that the camel may have cost hundreds of thousands of dollars while the slave boy may only have cost a few hundred. Also for this reason, there are camel hospitals, and a Dubai prince was reported by an American paper to even have a swimming pool for his racing camels.

Along with the boys, young girls from South Asia and other impoverished countries are also trafficked to the Arabian Peninsula but for the sinister purpose of sexual exploitation. In the book Princess Sultana’s Circle, a sensitive and modern-thinking princess of the Saudi royal family gave American authoress Jean Sasson damning testimony concerning this evil.

The Dark World of the Arab Child Slave Trade
AINA (press release) - Stephen Brown - Jun 11, 2011
While tens of thousands of adults are also victims of Arab slavers, many people only first took notice of the Arab slave trade in children when reports of enslaved child camel jockeys emerged from Persian Gulf countries. A 2004 HBO documentary on the subject was especially responsible for making Americans aware of this modern-day barbarism. These boys, who were sold by poor parents hoping their offspring would some day experience a better life, were primarily from South Asia. But instead of a life of dignity and meaningful work, they wound up in the Middle East where they were made to race camels for their Arab masters. Beaten and often sexually abused, they were all kept undernourished, so that the camels would have less weight to carry.
"As many as 6,000 child camel jockeys...languished in hidden slavery on ozbah farms, where their masters beat them and starved them to keep their weight down," wrote E. Benjamin Skinner in his book, A Crime So Monstrous.
When investigating in the 1990s the enslavement of hundreds of thousands of black Africans in Mauritania by Arab-Berber masters, African-American author Samuel Cotton was stunned to discover that African children were still being kidnapped by Arabs traveling with camels carrying big baskets. The child, usually playing alone, would suddenly be snatched from its play and placed in one such basket, after which its new owners hurried away. The children, he was told, are sometimes found later "hundreds of miles away as slaves."
Also during his investigation, which was summarized in his highly informative book Silent Terror: A Journey Into Contemporary African Slavery, Cotton was told there was "still a huge trafficking in slaves going on between Mauritania and the United Arab Emirates."
Black African children are also not always stolen so surreptitiously. Until recently in the southern Sudan, the old-fashioned slave raid witnessed villages being burned down, the men killed and the women and children captured. This was the Arab slavers' main harvesting tool of humans. Thousands of children were captured by this murderous method and forcibly taken as agricultural, domestic and sex slaves to Arab northern Sudan -- where many still languish today. Darfur has also seen many children disappear from both refugee camps and towns subjected to central government attack. They are suspected victims of Arab slave hunters.
But it is not only non-Arab children who are Arab child slave trade victims. An Egyptian newspaper, referring to a 2008 UNICEF report, stated Egyptian children are being bought and sold for about $3,000 for "domestic work and farming, among other things." This trade in children is so extensive in Egypt, organizations are "employing brokers, and even operating their own web sites.
"Many are also sent to the Gulf States, with orphanages being a major supplier," the story further reports....
Arab racism is at the roots of Islamic slavery that has seen 14 million black Africans enslaved and sold around the Islamic world from the seventh to the twentieth century...

Human Trafficking & Modern-day Slavery in Saudi Arabia US CHILD SEX SLAVES IN SAUDI ARABIA - We are continuing a limited investigation of the nonparental abductions of US children by Saudi princes. ...

Maids 'treated as slaves' in Saudi Arabia | The Jakarta Post Jul 9, 2008 ... Maids 'treated as slaves' in Saudi Arabia... Working conditions for migrant ...

Eight million foreign workers, mostly from Asian and African countries, work in a real hell there. These workers, making up a third of the population of the country, are tied hand and foot to their employers, deprived of any way to fight back. Slavery may have been officially abolished in Saudi Arabia – in 1962! – but immigrant workers continue to suffer under a form of "extreme exploitation," which is little more than slavery.

Filipinas trafficked as sex slaves for Saudi Arabian prince Can't see what the sympathy for the arab is though! Filipinas trafficked as sex slaves for Saudi Arabian prince – Coalition Against Trafficking In… ...

Saudi Arabia: The Mistreatment of the Slaves — Winds Of Jihad By ...Jul 24, 2009 ... The housemaid revealed her tragic story to Saudi Gazette from her hospital bed. It has been only two months since she came to Saudi Arabia ...

Saudis Import Slaves to America :: I LIVE IN SAUDI ARABIA [301 words], noor alsawadi, Oct 1, 2008 13:43. ↔ Comment on Saudis Import Slaves to America [37 words], ak, Dec 28, 2008 01:24 ...

The Daily Star Web Edition Vol. 5 Num 61 [2004] Slaves in Saudi Naeem Mohaiemen On July 15, Human Rights Watch issued a report on the condition of Foreign workers in Saudi Arabia. ...

Slaves in Saudi Arabia - Jihad Watch, Slaves in Saudi Arabia. A report from a Muslim, Naeem Mohaiemen, in the Daily Star (thanks to Nicolei): On July 15, Human Rights Watch issued a report on ...

Child Sex Slaves In pursuit to pacify the West, the ruling members of Saudi Arabia deny vehemently the existence of slaves,especially child sex slaves, ...



BBC News - Sponsored workers in Kuwait are 'modern day slaves' Dec 12, 2009 ... Foreign workers in Kuwait have complained that the sponsored workers system which is currently in place is unfair, whilst human rights ...

slavery in kuwait maybe a problem - Anti-Slavery - Jan 2, 2006 ... Slavery is defacto legal in Kuwait and Micronesia. The problem is that slaves have no legal rights. They have to go to their own embassy if ...

Kuwait Crime: The sex slaves of Khaitan…

Servants: Diplomat Held Us as Suburban 'Slaves' : NPRThree former servants are suing a Kuwaiti diplomat, alleging that he treated them like slaves in his suburban home in Washington, D.C. The workers are poor ...

Housemaid jumps to her death from fourth floor (Kuwait ..)
Her boyfriend told her it was well-known that the Kuwaiti's abducted Iraqis, brought them to Kuwait and made them their slaves.

Eradicating Slavery: Preventing the Abuse, Exploitation and ...
Workers Allege Abuse by Kuwaiti Attache, Wash. Post, Jan. 18, 2007; Colbert I. King, The Slaves in Our Midst...

Exclusive: Germany Refuses to Help Slaves of Persian Gulf Sheikhs ...Apr 20, 2009 ... There they received a list of business partners in Kuwait. ... and treats its foreign workers as slaves, business as usual for the West ...

Filipino, Maids .Treated .Like Slaves In Mideast .KUWAIT— maids working abroad are treated like slaves and their employment as domestic helpers should be phased out, a former Philippines judge said. ...(Manila Standard - Jun 11, 1995) J&pg=6629,1889814



The dark side of Dubai - Johann Hari, Commentators - The Independent Apr 7, 2009 ... This is a city built from nothing in just a few wild decades on credit and ecocide, suppression and slavery. Dubai is a living metal ...

Johann Hari: A morally bankrupt dictatorship built by slave labour ...Nov 27, 2009 ... Dubai is finally financially bankrupt – but it has been morally bankrupt all along. The idea that Dubai is an oasis of freedom on the ... rship-built-by-slave-labour-1828754.html

The Misery Behind Dubai's Architectural Splendor - Architecture ... Oct 16, 2008 ... As you know, we always wonder at the grandeur of Dubai's buildings...

BBC NEWS | UK | Magazine | Dark side of the Dubai dream Dubai night view. Ben Anderson investigates the working conditions for some .... exploited and desperate people i.e. (modern) slaves that raised skyscrapers ...

Slaves of Dubai | Human Rights Apr 15, 2009 ... They number in the tens of thousands. Toiling away in heat that reaches 50 Centigrade, the slaves of Dubai are the unseen and unheard ...

Dubai: Land of Luxury, Land of Slavery - Raise the HammerIs there slavery in Dubai? By definition or not I would say Yes! Is there poverty? In the midst of so much wealth the worker's compounds are sites of abject ...

Michelle Malkin » Child slavery in Dubai. By Michelle Malkin • September 14, 2006 08:30 PM. childslaves.jpg. The issue of children–as young as 2–being kidnapped, ...

UAE PRISON.COM Covers Child Slavery Lawsuit, camel Jockeys Lawsuit ...Dec 28, 2006 ... UAE, Child Slavery Lawsuit, camel Jockeys Lawsuit, Abu Dhabi, uae rulers, uae abuse, gulf prison, arab jail, camel jockeys, ... - 86 Kids Rescued From Slavery in UAE, Friday, July 08, 2005,2933,161915,00.html

Anti-Slavery - 030310 Ten year olds forced to risk lives racing camels in UAE
Children as young as ten years old are being forced to take part in dangerous camel races in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), new photos released today by Anti-Slavery International can reveal. The photos show children racing at the Sweihan camel race track and even show a child narrowly avoiding being trampled by a camel. to_risk_lives_racing_camels_in_uae.aspx

UAE: Selling immigrants into sex slavery

— Raed Rafei in Beirut - 2008
She came all the way from Eastern Europe to treat her daughter's asthma. Instead, once in Dubai, the 27-year-old Moldavian woman found out that she was lured into the city to literally be sold as a sex slave.

Her Ukrainian friend had actually planned to offer her to a local for nearly $8,000.

A few days ago, this case was brought to a court in Dubai, where the 36-year-old Ukrainian broker was charged with sexual exploitation, according to media reports.

But this is likely only the tip of the iceberg of human trafficking to the Persian Gulf.

Many people from poor Asian and East European countries go to the oil-rich region to work as domestic servants, labor workers or secretaries but find themselves actually forced into involuntary servitude and sexual practices, according to human rights organizations.

It's rather recurrent to hear stories of men and women from these areas bought by pimps and coerced into prostitution until they pay their "debts." The sad reality of sex trafficking is the other side of the coin for a region portrayed as a hub for trade and economic prosperity.

An extensive Feb. 23 report on the topic by Reuters' Lin Noueihed described one victim's misery:

Aysha sold her wedding gold to pay traffickers $200 to find her and a cousin jobs in Dubai. A world away from her village in Uzbekistan, she was forced to work in a disco and expected to offer sex. Beaten by her Uzbek boss when she shooed prospective clients away, she and her cousin fled and hid in airport toilets for two days, surviving on tap water.

Some Gulf countries are becoming aware of this problem and have recently drafted stiff laws to combat trade in humans. Last month, in the UAE, officials promised to build shelters for victims of human trafficking.

UAE Royalty Sued For Camel Jockey Slavery

From Al Jazeera:

A camel race in Dubai. A camel from a "prize-winning bloodline" has been sold for 680,000 dollars at an auction in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), where camel racing is hugely popular.

Camel racing lawsuit against UAE royals
Thursday 14 September 2006, 5:56 Makka Time, 2:56 GMT
A lawsuit accusing rulers of the United Arab Emirates of enslaving and forcing tens of thousands of young boys to work under brutal conditions as camel jockeys over the past three decades has been filed in the US.

The civil lawsuit, which seeks unspecified damages, was filed last week by unnamed parents of boys as young as two years who were allegedly abducted, enslaved and sold to serve as camel jockeys.

UAE nationals held in sex slavery probe - report - Ukrainian police make arrests in bid to break human trafficking operation. -report

Sexual Slavery in Dubai « The Fanonite Nov 8, 2007 ... I have a friend visiting me in the U.A.E., ...

Worst Form of Child Labour - United Arab Emirates: Global March ...Diplomats and businessmen from the UAE have been caught with slaves they have smuggled into the United States.

Thai woman describes being sex slave to UAE couple
Suwadi Silva | 27 September 2012
Kiera never made it to the beach that day and lived as a sex slave to a UAE couple.
BANGKOK: Her hands still shake when she talks about what happened to her for over two years while she was "working" in Dubai for who she said began as a very "warm and loving couple."

But after about three months, the situation changed. And it changed dramatically.

Kiera, the pseudonym she now goes by, told that she was in Dubai to work as the couples caregiver for their two-year daughter.

"They were so nice at first, picking me up at the airport and giving me my own room, days off and paid on time," she began. "I knew from my other friends doing similar jobs that this was very good."

But then, when the daughter began to spend more time at her grandparents' home after a few months, the situation turned, and violently so.

"It was an early morning, I think Saturday. I was excited because I had an extra day off and was heading to the beach hotel with my friends," she tells of the first day of what she said was "slavery."

As she was showering, she said the couple entered the bathroom to "ask a question." This was normal, she added, saying the mother would often come in and see how things were going for the young, 20-year-old.

"I didn't think anything of it at that moment because it had happened before, but when I got out of the shower, I realized they had taken my clothes and towel. I was a little annoyed and let myself dry a bit. I was too excited about going to the beach for the first time," she continued.

The young woman then said that as she went to her room a few meters from the bathroom she realized that the couple was waiting in her room, naked. She said she was stunned and began to become scared.

"I tried to run, but the husband caught me. The both then tied me to the bed and then the horrors happen," she says here at Bangkok cafe, tears beginning to stream down her cheeks. "The woman would come over and insert objects into me as she played with her husband. Then he would start to rape me as she did other things. It was the worst day of my life."

But it continued for over a year before she was able to steal a large sum of money and escape the city, heading to Bahrain where she was able to obtain a false passport and return to Thailand.

"I don't know how this happened. I was a good worker and never talked back. Then they started to rape me and abuse me. I was kept in my room for days and days, naked and my food chained to the bed," she said.

Her story is one of numerous stories of sexual violence and abuse of women working in the Gulf region. As a result of the growing reports of violence towards women, some countries, most recently Nepal and Ethiopia, have barred women from working in the Gulf.

For Kiera, she hopes the Thai government will ban all women from working in the countries.

"It doesn't matter if we have a good job as a certified masseuse, we are seen as objects for men and women with power to do whatever they want to us. It happened to me and it happens to other girls," she said.


Bahrain has announced it will scrap its sponsorship system for foreign workers - a first in a region often criticised by rights groups over the issue.
The system, known as "kafala", is used to monitor the number of foreigners working in Gulf Arab economies, which rely heavily on cheap foreign labour, mostly recruited from countries from the Indian subcontinent.

Bahraini Labour Minister Majeed al-Alawi said the changes would be introduced in August.

Mr Alawi said the main change in the regulations would mean foreign workers would now be directly sponsored by the Labour Authority and would not rely on their employers.

The current system, which is common to all Gulf countries, has long been criticised by human rights groups for placing workers at the mercy of their employers.

Employers usually take employees' passports when they enter the country and sometimes use possession of the travel documents to extort a large fee before the workers can leave the country.


Gulf governments have historically welcomed immigrant workers on the assumption that nationals will not do many jobs, which they consider to be below them.

Despite this, Majeed al-Alawi told BBC Arabic radio that the new system would form part of a broader initiative to place a ceiling on the number of expatriate workers in Bahrain.

The US State Department in 2008 placed Bahrain in tier two - out of three - of its annual human trafficking report for not fully complying with minimum standards to stop the trafficking of people for forced labour or the sex trade.

Labour ministers of other Gulf countries have agreed that the present sponsorship system needs to be overhauled.

The system means that expatriate workers can enter, work, and leave the host country only with the permission or assistance of their sponsor.
Many sponsors exploit the system to make money.

Since the 1970s, there has been a significant increase in the number of immigrants working in the states of the Gulf Cooperation Council or GCC (Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates).

The pattern of immigration has also changed as South and Southeast Asian migrant workers have replaced Arab migrants.

They now constitute as much as 90% of the foreign workforce in some GCC States.

The "kafala" system has become the legal basis for residency and employment.

Migrant workers receive an entry visa and a residence permit only if a GCC citizen or a GCC institution employs them.

Sponsorship requires the sponsor-employer to assume full economic and legal responsibility for the employee during the contract period.

The worker can only work for the sponsor and is entirely dependent on their sponsor to remain in the country.


In many GCC States, the sponsor is legally able to confiscate the passports of employees until their contract has ended.

Bahrain's Labour Minister Majeed al-Alawi likened the current system to slavery.

Women employed in domestic service are particularly vulnerable.
If an employee sues their sponsor for violating labour practices, there is generally no form of unemployment protection while the case is pending in the legal system.

And even if the worker wins the case, the usual result is for the sponsor contract to be terminated, meaning that the worker has to leave the country.

While the "kafala" system provides the state with an important means for monitoring labour flow, these policies can infringe the rights of workers as they are often used to deny them justice and basic protection.

This is the system that Bahrain says it is now committed to change.

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Many of Dubai's construction workers live on starvation wages: £120 a month on average for a six-day week, with shifts of up to 12 hours. Housemaids can endure conditions approaching slavery. Laws exist to regulate working conditions and to prevent employers from seizing workers' passports, but they are not well enforced. Government figures are invariably owners, partners or shareholders in private companies. You only have to travel an hour into the desert to see the construction workers' shanty towns to get a sense of what life is like for those who are building Dubai's skyscrapers, but few do.

Construction workers on the Burj Khalifa have rioted on several occasions, including in March 2006, when 2,500 protested at the site, and again in November 2007. A Human Rights Watch survey found a cover-up of deaths from heat, overwork and suicide in the emirate. The Indian consulate recorded 971 deaths of their nationals in 2005, after which they were asked to stop counting.

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I noticed in a couple of the threads on slavery in the UAE that people like to point out that slavery exists here, suggesting we are no better on this front.

There is a big difference between hidden slavery rings that operate in secret and regenerate when arrests are made, and a system wherein slaves are used at public events at places such as race tracks.

To compare the two is to blur the lines of culpability to such an extent that there is no right and wrong -- or, more accurately, better and worse -- as long as there are lawbreakers.



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The ADF is comprised of rebels from the Tabliq Muslim sect and former members of the National Army for the Liberation ... These ADF attacks reportedly displaced thousands of villagers in an area within 200 miles of Kampala. In 2000, local press reports attributed 210 killings to the ADF. Many of these victims were children.
Between 1986 and 2000, the ADF and the LRA were responsible for 8,000 to 10,000 kidnappings of civilians. These figures include children who were forced into fighting or used as sex slaves
. Civilian abductions by the ADF continued into 2001 - but at a reduced rate. Both the ADF and LRA continue their operations in an attempt to destabilize and undermine the Ugandan government.



TRAFFICKING IN HUMANS / Sudan's regional war fuels slave trade
KARIN DAVIES Associated Press
SUN 02/22/1998 Houston Chronicle, Section A, Page 41, 2 STAR Edition

MADHOL, Sudan - Stacks of money pass from the Christian foreigner to the Muslim trader, an exchange anxiously watched by a 13-year-old girl with diamonds of sweat on her brow.
The Sudanese trader, his lap buried by currency worth $13,200, waves carelessly to free his merchandise - 132 slaves.

Akuac Malong, the young Dinka girl, is among them. She has spent seven years - more than half her life - enslaved by an Arab in northern Sudan.

Her brilliant smile belies the beatings, near-starvation, mutilation and attempted brainwashing she endured. "I thought it would be better to die than to remain a slave," Akuac says.

Trafficking in humans has resurged with civil war in Africa's largest and poorest country, said John Eibner of Christian Solidarity International, a humanitarian group that bought Akuac's freedom.

For all but a decade since Sudan's independence in 1956, southern rebels, mainly black Christians and followers of tribal religions, have fought for autonomy from the national government in Khartoum, which is dominated by northern Arabs. The Southerners believe the north is trying to impose Islam and the Arabic language and to monopolize Sudan's wealth.

Since the rebellion resumed 14 years ago, fighting, famine and disease have killed an estimated 1.5 million Sudanese - more than died in the genocides and civil wars in Rwanda or Bosnia. More than 3 million people have fled or been forced from their homes.

Much of the fighting on the government side is done by local militias. Unpaid, their bounty is as old as war itself - slaves. Sudan's radical Islamic leaders encourage soldiers to take slaves as their compensation, according United Nations investigators and the U.S. State Department.

Young women and children are the most valuable war booty. Eibner said old people are beaten and robbed while young men are killed because they cannot be trained into useful, harmless slaves.

"According to the Khartoum's regime ideology of jihad, members of this resistant black African community - be they men, women or children - are infidels, and may be arbitrarily killed, enslaved, looted or otherwise abused," Eibner said.

The Sudanese government denies condoning slavery, insisting that the practice persists because holding prisoners for ransom is a tradition rooted in tribal disputes.

No side has a claim on morality in this war. The rebel Sudan People's Liberation Army has been accused of forcibly inducting teen-age boys into its ragtag army. But the southern blacks do not take Arab prisoners for slaves.

Paul Malong Awan, a regional rebel commander, said enslavement is a government tactic to weaken the morale and military might of the south.

Many of the blacks taken away are Dinkas, a million-member tribe that is the biggest ethnic group in southern Sudan. Dinkas are vulnerable because they predominate in northern Bahr el Ghazal, a region that is close to the front between north and south.

Christian Solidarity International estimates tens of thousands of black slaves are owned by Arabs in northern Sudan. The Swiss-based charity has made more than a dozen risky, clandestine bush flights to southern Sudan to redeem 800 slaves since 1995, most recently in Madhol, 720 miles southwest of Khartoum.

Some criticize its work.

Alex de Waal, of the London-based group African Rights, said that by paying large sums to free slaves, the Swiss charity undercuts Dinkas living in the north who do the same secretive work for a fraction of the cost.

Eibner countered: "There is no evidence to suggest that our work has undermined efforts to redeem abducted women and children. In fact, Dinka elders encourage us to press ahead with our activities."

Gaspar Biro, a researcher for the U.N. Commission on Human Rights for Sudan, has cited "an alarming increase" in "cases of slavery, servitude, slave trade and forced labor" since February 1994.

"The total passivity of the government can only be regarded as tacit political approval and support of the institution of slavery," he said.

A U.S. State Department report said accounts it received on the taking of slaves in the south "indicates the direct and general involvement" of Sudan's army and militias "backed by the government."

The centuries-old tensions between Arabs and blacks in Sudan are linked to slaving expeditions by Arabs to the upper Nile, a trade that the 19th century explorer David Livingstone called "an open sore on the world."

Akuac's mother, Abuong Malong, sobs when she sees her daughter for the first time in seven years. "It's like she's been born again."

She recognizes her only from her straight, square teeth. "She was very small when she was taken, her features have changed, but she came back with the same spirit."

Recalling that traumatic day, Mrs. Malong says they were fetching water when Arab militiamen on camels and horses thundered into their village, Rumalong. The raiders began shooting at the clusters of mud and wattle huts and rounding up cows and goats.

"I was running with Akuac for the trees when a horseman grabbed her," Mrs. Malong says. "I was afraid that if I chased the horseman, he would kill me."

Akuac and her older brother were tied to horsebacks and taken north with more than a dozen others from their village, a short walk southeast of Madhol. The women and older children had to carry the booty of their captors.

In Kordofan, Akuac was sold to an Arab who made her wash clothes, haul water, gather firewood and help with cooking.

She survived on table scraps, and slept in the kitchen. "I was badly treated," Akuac says.

Her master also tried to make her a Muslim - taking her to mosque and giving her the Arabic name of Fatima.

But Akuac says she maintained her Christian faith, praying and singing hymns in secret and never forgetting her true name. "My name is my name and nobody can change that."

She does bear scars - in the local Muslim tradition, she was forcibly circumcised with her master's daughters when she was 11.

"It was very brutal. It is strange to our culture," Akuac says. "The master told me, `If I don't circumcise you, I will have to kill you because you will still hold the ideas of your people, and you will try to escape.' "

Her heart is scarred, too. Her older brother, Makol, was killed two years ago at age 13 while trying to escape.

Another returnee, Akec Kwol Kiir, who is in her 40s, says she was repeatedly raped by four soldiers who took her north. She ended up in a camp where slaves were bought and sold. "They treated us like cattle," she says.

Her Arab master insisted that she, too, be circumcised. She refused, and was brutally slashed. Her ear is notched and her chin and neck scarred.

Kwol finally submitted. "Otherwise, they would have killed me. Because I was a slave, they had the right to do whatever they wanted to me," she says.

Akuac and Kwol have been brought back to Madhol along with 130 other former slaves by a trader who calls himself Ahmed el-Noor Bashir.

Slipping into a cowhide-strung chair beneath a shade tree, the 27-year-old dressed in a fine white cotton robe and a close-fitting embroidered cap denies he rescues slaves for the money.

"To others it may seem 6.6 million Sudanese pounds ($13,200) is a lot of money. But how can you put a price on human life? I do it for humanitarian reasons, not for the money," he says.

"My father is Arab but my mother is Dinka. When I see my mother's people are suffering, I must do something."

But many families among the Dinka, particularly those who also lose cattle and crops to raiders, cannot afford Bashir's price - five cows or the equivalent of $100 in cash for each slave returned.

He says he rescues slaves by buying some from owners, takes others from wives jealous of their husbands' concubines, and protects escapees who seek him out.

Though Bashir insists he loses money, he flaunts the Sudanese signs of wealth - on his feet are tasseled, leather loafers, on his wrist a Casio watch, in his hand a shortwave radio.

Eibner says he doesn't begrudge the trader his money. "If this man is caught, he's a dead man."

For that reason, the slave caravan traveled only by the light of a melon slice of moon to reach Madhol.

The three-night walk wearied the 132 freed women and children. Infants of Arab fathers were carried on their raped mother's backs.

Years of abuse are written in bruises and scars on their long, dust-caked limbs. Some wear tattered rags; others are naked.

Yet Akuac's joy at freedom beams from her animated face and chocolate-y eyes. She sings a song of praise for the Sudan People's Liberation Army and dances with family and friends to the twangs of a homemade, stringed rababa.

The first Sunday after her release, Akuac worships beneath a tree with a crucifix nailed to the trunk. Roman Catholic hymns are sung to the beat of drums and the mewling of infants.

On Monday, she goes to school - but is clearly bewildered as other children practice writing letters in the dirt with sticks and add up four-digit figures.

"I'll have to catch up," she says.
'I thought It Would Be Better To Die Than To Remain A Slave'
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Wednesday, 25 April 2007
Nigerian author Wole Soyinka has linked the Darfur genocide to the history of Arabs enslaving Negroid Africans in Sudan, the Harvard Crimson has reported.
The first African winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature and a consistent critic of the Sudanese government asked the Arab section of Sudan to confront its enslaving past and acknowledge its current role in the violence in Darfur as racist instead of remaining in a “state of amnesia.”
An articulate intellectual and dramatist, Soyinka delivered the speech “Darfur: Anything to do with Slavery?” to a full house at the Center for Government and International Studies, Harvard University. He addressed the ongoing violence that has resulted in hundreds of thousands of deaths and millions of displaced refugees.
Soyinka argued that Arabs played a historic role in the African slave trade, and a feeling of supremacy still prevails among the Janjaweed, a militia terrorizing the Negroid part of the Sudan.
Soyinka said the Janjaweed are “motivated” by a mentality in which they see their victims as slaves. “You destroy a people if you treat them with disdain,” Soyinka is quoted as saying.

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Summary of the Crisis in Darfur, Sudan

The on-going genocide in Darfur, Sudan has already claimed the lives of hundreds of thousands of Darfuris and has displaced more than 2 million more. The genocide began in early 2003 when members of two rebel groups—the Justice and Equality Movement (JEM) and the Sudan Liberation Army (SLA)—revolted against the Sudanese government in Khartoum alleging systematic neglect of the inhabitants of Darfur. The government responded by launching an assault against these two rebel groups. The response has been two-pronged, combining aerial bombing raids with a sustained ground assault. The ground offensive is carried out by Arab militias recruited from local tribes and armed by the government– collectively known as the janjaweed.

The attacks by the janjaweed have continued for more than two and half years, leaving thousands dead and millions displaced. Estimates of the dead and conflict-affected go as high as 400,000 and 3.5 million, respectively. Hundreds of thousands of refugees are estimated to have fled across the border to neighboring Chad.

Sudan is Africa's largest country, roughly half the size of the continental United States. The western Darfur region is the size of France. Yet only 7,000 African Union troops have been deployed to try and keep the peace in the region, and even those troops lack the mandate they need to adequately protect those at risk of rape or death. Six separate rounds of peace talks have failed to halt the attacks. Now, recent attacks have even targeted international humanitarian aid workers, raising the serious possibility that aid workers will have to be withdrawn and thousands will be denied the aid supplies they desperately need.
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Satya Mar 06: Interview with Simon
March 2006

I am wondering if you are willing to share your story with us and tell our readers a bit about modern slavery in Sudan?
I was abducted into slavery at the age of nine, in which I spent three and half years of my life as a slave. Usually here, when people talk about slavery—especially in the 21st century—they think that it is past. But I am someone who is living proof of the slavery that is alive among us. There are hundreds of thousands of other children who are still in bondage today, being held as a piece of property by another individual.

How did you get abducted into slavery?
I was born in southern Sudan. Constantly, the government troops would come and burn down the villages and all the people would run and hide in the bush. Their houses and property would be destroyed, and they would come back after the government left to rebuild again. These things were part of the routine life in that part of the world.

In my case, after a raid in which my village was destroyed and too many people were killed, my father decided to take my family to the refugee camp in Malakal. There, our neighbors were an Arab family. It was one of the members of that family who kidnapped me and took me to the north. It was not just me—there were four of us. From there, he distributed us and I was given to one family as a "gift." I didn't know what the arrangement was. Three days later I asked the family where the man who brought me there was, and that was the beginning of the torture. I was beaten and told that I should not ask about him because I was not going to see him again.

I was shown a picture of a human being with no arms and no legs. I was told if I run away, they will capture me, cut my legs and my arms and I will look exactly like the picture. As a child of nine years, I was so terrified. After being beaten so badly I believed the threat was real. So I became a slave.

What did you have to do as a slave?
In that area you don't have running water. Usually they get the water from the Nile and it is the donkeys who carry the water from the river to the house. As the slave in the house, it became my job. In the mornings, kids my age would be hugging their books going to school. I would be heading to the river to do my daily job, to make sure there was enough water for everyone in the family. I would have to do any job I was told to do by every single person in the family. I did not know how to say no. Everything was yes. And even sometimes when I didn't say yes loudly, I would be beaten and punished.

How did you escape?
Two and half years into my slavery, that family moved to the city of Kosti. One day in Kosti, I ran into three individuals and one of them had a Shilluk mark like what I have today. I introduced myself and one of them knew an individual who came from my village. That person turned out to be someone I knew and he facilitated a way for me to escape. I wouldn't have done it myself otherwise. First of all, I didn't have the means to travel. Secondly, I didn't know the directions—where is north, south, east or west. And thirdly, I didn't know anyone who would direct me because all I knew was the family that owned me.

He was the one who took me back and reunited me with my family in the south. The family who enslaved me is still there in Sudan.

I understand there is also an "underground railroad" in Sudan to free some slaves.
Well in Sudan it is not the same way you had the underground railroad here. Individuals from the West buy slaves from the Arabs and take them back to the south. It was done through the help of two organizations from the West—Christian Solidarity International and the American Anti-Slavery Group.

It was the idea of a Sudanese Catholic bishop, who was thrown out by the government of Khartoum because he was the only leader within the country who spoke out and confronted the government about the issue of slavery. There were kids abducted into slavery from his own diocese. So while he was in exile, it became part of his mission to make people aware that the slavery we thought was abolished is not. How did he prove that? He took someone from here to Sudan to buy slaves to prove the point, because people in the West couldn't believe it was true.

After you were freed, you went on to become a swimming champion and now you lifeguard at Coney Island. How and when did you learn to swim?
My mother's house was just 50 yards from the Nile and this is where I learned to swim as a child. I became a swimmer after I moved to Khartoum, where I tried to go to the pools, but was rejected and thrown out. My clothes were thrown in the streets and I was chased out of the pool. I was not allowed to be in the pool, because these pools are not for slaves.

The memory of slavery that I was trying to put behind me and ignore was being brought up again because I went to the pools. From there I said to myself, I am not going to let this stop me and I went to the Nile every day and practiced swimming. I did that for almost a year.

One day there was an open swimming competition in the Nile where everyone was allowed to participate. I took first place. And one of the clubs registered me to be their swimmer for the first time, but if I went to the pool, someone from the club had to be there so that I would not be thrown out. From there I went on to become a Sudanese champion in the long distance swim. But it certainly was not easy. To the point that sometimes they wanted to drain the pools, because I swam in them. That is a different topic by itself.

What made you decide to come to America and what were your first impressions of this country?
I decided I could no longer be in Sudan. How can I be proud of a country that enslaved me? A country that I am not even considered a citizen in. A country that is still enslaving my people. A country trying to impose their will on people and victimizing people like me—the black people. I reached the conclusion that part of the country is not mine even though I was born there.

What I knew about the U.S. was that it was a country where somebody will not be subject to what we go through in my country. So this is where I wanted to go and tell people what the people in Sudan are going through.

When I came, I didn't know if I would be accepted here. But today I am blessed and very proud to be part of this nation. That is why I have become a voice for those whose voice will not be heard. Thanks to this country that opened its door to me, people are hearing what I went through. People are hearing what is wrong in Sudan.

People will give thanks when they get a good thing, but I don't know how to thank a nation that has opened its door and accepted me as a human being.

Given the history of slavery in the U.S., I was wondering what the response has been of Americans—especially African Americans—to your story?
When I came to this country, my hope was that African Americans would be the first people to come and rescue me. I was disappointed. Up to today, I am still very disappointed. Nobody seems to care. I do not know what the reason is. Is it because we've become immune to it? Is it because slavery is still fresh in us, and we don't want to talk about it? Nobody has given me an answer.

We thought the first people to rescue us would be our own brothers and sisters here. Especially when we talk about the slavery that is going on in Africa in Sudan and Mauritania. African Americans should be the ones speaking out against this, but the ones speaking out happen to be the white people, which we appreciate.

In your advocacy, you also speak out about Darfur. Do you feel the same regime that is responsible for your enslavement is carrying out the genocide in Darfur?
When people talk about Darfur today, they single out one part of where the problem is. The war has been going on in the south for years and years, in which the Arab government in power in Khartoum slaughtered 3.5 million people in the south, displaced seven million refugees—the largest number of refugees since World War II. Half a million Nubians were slaughtered in ethnic cleansing before this war went to Darfur and it was done by the same people—the Arab militias that are part of the organized militia government.

These rapes that you hear about in Darfur have been going on in the south for years and years. Sometimes we in the south feel very sad that nobody was talking about these things when they were going on in the south. What is happening in Darfur is not even a fraction of what took place in southern Sudan.

I'm not saying people should not talk about what is going on in Darfur. Today I speak about it because I know what it is like to be a victim. I was there. I know what it means to be in a place where you are a refugee, to be in a place where your house is burned down. To be in a place where your family is slaughtered in front of your own eyes, where your relatives are raped in front of your own eyes. It is the same person who has been victimizing me in the south who is victimizing innocent people in Darfur. We are in the same boat.

Are they also abducting children into slavery in Darfur?
They are not doing that because Darfurians are Muslim like them. They are killing them instead because these people haven't accepted the ideology of Arabization—because they are still maintaining their culture and their languages as African.

The rape of women is part of the policy of Arabization. Arab tribes rape to impregnate the African women, so the kids they produce tomorrow are going to be Arab kids. This is why there is so much rape. It is a sick policy.

You are the official spokesperson for the Sudan Freedom Walk "to end injustice, genocide, and modern day slavery." Tell me about this 21-day journey you will be taking and what you hope to accomplish.
The reason I came up with the idea of the Sudan Freedom Walk was because for a very long time, we would do demonstrations in front of the UN, Congress, you name it, and then you go home and it's over.

Our government told us not very long ago the country of Sudan is involved in genocide. The question that has to be asked is, What have they done about it? Nothing.
Here comes more disturbing news. Our government is working to normalize our relationship with Khartoum. They sent the CIA to bring the Khartoum generals to Washington, DC for three days. These generals are the ones involved in putting the militias to slaughter the people in Darfur and were brought to our country, by our government!

The State Department elevated Sudan's ranking from tier III to tier II with respect to human trafficking, putting Sudan in the same category as the Netherlands and Sweden. Our government is rewarding the perpetrators in front of our own eyes.

I was very upset, angered toward my government. What will I do? Not cry one day in front of the UN. Not cry one day in front of the State Department. Let me go and cry for 21 days by walking from New York to Washington.

That is the idea of the Freedom Walk. I am calling my fellow Americans to join me. We have to say our voice loud and clear to our government...

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Slave Trade Thrives in Sudan``I thought it would be better to die than to remain a slave,'' Akuac says. ... Sudan's radical Islamic leaders encourage soldiers to take slaves...

The Arab Slaver
Posted by Jeff Morton on Saturday, June 07, 2008 8:19:48 PM My country is called the great Satan by many in the Islamic world. We were once called capitalist pigs or similar metaphors used by much of the communist world. It has been stated by a certain group of people living within America that we have white devils running the establishment. Far to many Black Americans have yet to move beyond the race issue while at the same time (unfortunately) racism is still practiced by just about every group within our borders. I have experienced racism in Asian restaurants. I have had Mexicans say to my face that, “some Blacks are just ignorant!” I have dealt with many Whites who have a sense of entitlement that excuses racism because after all, the “It's my country mentality” is still pervasive to some. I have dealt with the blatant ignorance of white supremacy as well.
One experience I have yet to have occur of late is a black liberal or black conservative politician or so called black academia mention the historical facts concerning Islamic slavery and how the Arab countries subjugated entire communities or groups of human beings otherwise known as infidels to slavery. This timing is ripe for this discussion.
When I read materials by Cornell West such as, Race Matters” or Jews and Blacks (let the healing begin) or when I read of the latest rant by what I have deemed to be our countries, 'super idiot' Al Sharpton, I wonder why Black America cannot move beyond victimization. It is as though we want white people to apologize for slavery and until they do we won't forgive, ever! Truth be told, what the Arabs perpetrated on the African and continue to do so especially on the black Christian is remarkably never spoken of by Jesse Jackson or any member of the black community. Please, review the following video before reading further, click the link ( THANK YOU!

Slavery still alive in Sudan - CNN Press Room - Blogs

Mar 7, 2011

CNN's David McKenzie travels to Bahr el Ghazal in Southern Sudan, where he speaks to former slaves who say thousands - perhaps tens of thousands -  of Sudanese people are still held in bondage.

Note: This report is part of 'The CNN Freedom Project: Ending Modern-Day Slavery.' Find out more about this year-long, multiplatform initiative here:

CNN Transcript - March 7, 2011

Coming up, we're shining the spotlight on slavery across the world, not just today, but across the entire year. It is a special CNN initiative and we begin tonight in Sudan, where former victims are still trying to make sense of their stolen years.


And straight ahead, today, CNN is launching an ambitious, year long project, shining the spotlight on the worldwide problem of modern-day slavery. We will see you the incredible scope of the problem and how even when victims are set free, they can find it difficult to fully escape.


SWEENEY: Today, CNN is launching an ambitious year long initiative aimed at raising awareness about modern-day slavery. We are calling it the CNN Freedom Project. Of course, slavery isn't a problem we can solve with our coverage alone. But over the course of this year, we're committed to putting a spotlight on the victims, the perpetrators and the thousands of people who have dedicated their lives to this cause.

The problem is massive. At least 10 million people live like slaves in the world today. But that number could also be as high as 30 million. And the average price of each of those slaves, just $90.

One group working to bring about change is, a non- profit organization with one objective -- to end slavery worldwide.

Take a look at the their interactive map, which really helps visualize the scope of the problem. reports there are 27 million slaves in the world today. Here's what the colors on the map represent -- green, fewer than 500,000 people are enslaved; yellow, 500,000 to five million; red, Asia- Pacific, more than five million people are estimated there to be enslaved.

Well, even people who manage to escape slavery can find it difficult to move on.

CNN's David McKenzie met several people struggling to get back to normal after being forced to live as slaves in Africa.

He joins us now live from Nairobi, Kenya to tell us about it -- David.

DAVID MCKENZIE, CNN INTERNATIONAL CORRESPONDENT: Well, Fionnuala, here in Kenya, slavery is often an economic factor, people coming from this part of the world, being es -- going to the Middle East, particularly to work as domestic workers. And when they get there, the promises of a decent job are just not there.

But recently, we traveled to Sudan. And there in Sudan, the scars of war are very deep and slavery has shattered lives.



MCKENZIE (voice-over): A Dinka herdsman sings a song of war and loss, of land taken by the Arabs.


MCKENZIE: And of the people they stole during Sudan's long civil war.

(on camera): During the war, Arab tribesmen on horses would sweep through these villages. They'd kill the men and then they would grab the women and children and then take them back to the north as slaves.

(voice-over): Peace came here in 2005. And with it, many thought slavery was dead. But traveling to remote Northern Baragazal, we found slavery in Sudan very much alive.

LUKA DENG, DOCTOR: So this is a recent one.

MCKENZIE: Dr. Luka Deng introduces us to a group of former slaves. They say thousands -- perhaps tens of thousands -- are still held in bondage.

DENG: They were altered and through the rape.

MCKENZIE: Forced to sleep with animals they tended, deprived of food yet toiling for their owners. They all tell us of enduring cruelty. Branded like her master's cattle, Habouk (ph) shows us the scars that will forever identify her as a former slavery.

Hatoul (ph) wants the world to know her story. She was taken so young, she can't remember when the beatings and rapes began.

Ahmou Kouch (ph) says he was ordered to convert to Islam or face death.



MCKENZIE: They gave him an Arab name, Musa (ph), and this Christian shows us how he was forced to pray.

(on camera): What does being a slave do to someone's identity?

DENG: Well, it changes their identity. If you are a slave, you are - - you feel that you are not human, really, in the real sense. So you -- you think that everything told to you, you get the command and you -- you don't -- you don't feel that you want to resist.

MCKENZIE (voice-over): I sat down with Habouk for some hibiscus tea. He says he had 25 years of his life stolen.

"If you look at me, I look like a human being," he tells me, "but psychologically, I'm not human. Even young children there would kick my tea away. I wasn't a human being."

Each time he tried to escape, he was caught and beaten. On his fifth try, he made it. But in his freedom, he says he's alone.

"The worst thing in my life is all the time I spent without having a wife," he says, "the time I spent without my family and friends, the time I spent alone, without my culture. That was the worst thing."

Dehumanized and without an identity, Habouk (ph) is like thousands of escaped slaves in Sudan, trying to make sense of his stolen years.


MCKENZIE: Well, Fionnuala, we can throw around statistics like millions of slaves around the world, but, really, it's the individual stories of these people, the people like Makuch (ph), who spent 25 years of his life under slavery, direct slavery. This is not sort of modern-day or economic or anything. This is just slavery. He was held as a slave for all of that time. And, really, that is the impact of the spirit of -- of the world.

SWEENEY: And, David, presumably when one is free, there is a huge psychological impact or consequence.

What's it like meeting former slaves like that?

MCKENZIE: Well, really, you got a sense that these people had their lives stolen from them. I mean many of the people we met have been held five, 10, 20, 25 years. They were held north of the south-north border in Sudan. They were made to tend the -- the cattle, the goats of their masters. If they were Christians, they were forced to become Muslims, at least in the eyes of their masters, and pray and speak Arabic.

You know, we met people who came back to Sudan who didn't even know how to speak the Dinka language, who were unsure of how to interact with their fellow Dinkas.

As Makuch (ph) said there, his life was basically stolen from him. And the awful thing is that despite the peace in Sudan, there are still, potentially, thousands -- tens of thousands of slaves, Fionnuala, north of that border line who are still held as slaves. And, really, not enough has been doing -- done about it right now.
Slaves deprived of religion and branded
When the Civil War ended, many thought slavery was dead in Sudan, but CNN's David McKenzie found it's still alive.
Sudanese survivor, enslaved as child, asks Marin Catholic to help build school
March 9th, 2011
By Valerie Schmalz

Francis Bok puts a human face on the reality of human slavery in the 21st century – and on building a country.

Bok, a Catholic Dinka tribesman from southern Sudan, was 7 and on his first trip with older children to sell peanuts and boiled eggs at a marketplace when he was captured during a raid by Arab Muslim marauders from the country's north in 1986. He spent 10 years as a slave to a wealthy Arab Muslim family in northern Sudan, sleeping with animals, herding goats and sheep, and then cows, and eating food scraps, often rotting, from the family's table. He was forced to become a Muslim, even as he was taunted as "abeed" – or black slave. The wife of the man who captured him regularly threatened to kill him, the man threatened to cut off his arm if he fled, and the children beat him.

"When you are in trouble, you have to turn to God," Bok told the students at Marin Catholic during a March 4 visit to thank the students for their prayers and ask their help in building a 12-classroom school, complete with a traditional boarding high school, in his village in the newly created country of South Sudan.

At 17 – on his third escape attempt – Bok walked away from his life as a slave, making his way to Khartoum, Sudan's capital, then to Egypt and finally to the U.S. In 2000, Bok was the first escaped slave to testify before the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee as part of his work with the American Anti-Slavery Group. Bok told his story in his 2003 book co-written with Edward Tivnan, "Escape from Slavery: The True Story of My Ten Years in Captivity – and My Journey to Freedom in America."

The book was an all-school read at Marin Catholic High School when Bok visited for the first time in 2008 and is now required reading for the freshman class. Bok's return was something of a homecoming, with the 6-foot 6-inch Sudanese terming theology department chairman Joseph Tassone "a big brother" who kept in touch, often via notes sent to Bok's Facebook site at

But the visit also had a concrete goal. Bok, a married father of two living in Kansas, spoke with the students about building a school in the village where he was born on his father's land. Bok's parents and sisters were killed during the raids on southern Sudan, but he did not know what happened to them until more than a decade later, his hope of seeing them keeping him going through much of captivity, he said.

"My father was someone I looked up to. He actually served his community with zeal and care," Bok told the students, and he said he continues to live his life with the example of his parents in mind. In regard to the genocide, and his time as a slave, Bok said he is working for his country's future. "What you do is everything you can to keep it from happening again," he said.

By prayer and sacrifice during Lent, Marin Catholic's community plans to raise between $6,000 and $11,000 for the school that Bok hopes to break ground on this year, Tassone said. Marin Catholic plans to be involved with Bok's work for years to come, Tassone said. The school will include primary school classrooms and also have an adult education component for parents who are mostly illiterate, Bok said. A compound to house volunteer American teachers and Sudanese teachers is part of the plan.

There is no high school in the region and because students have nowhere to go beyond primary school, they are losing hope. "I want that school to be preparing the leadership of tomorrow," Bok said. "To compete with the modern nations we have to work hard, we have to educate ourselves."

Since a 2005 peace agreement ending decades of sectarian civil war between Sudan's north and south, security has improved in the south and hundreds of thousands of refugees have returned to their ancestral lands. Bok's brother, his only remaining immediate family member, now lives on the land of their father and is helping with the school. Children from first to seventh grades learn under trees on their land, Bok said.

Bok's village of Gor-Ayen is part of the new country of South Sudan, which was created with the overwhelming approval of a referendum in January. South Sudan, which officially becomes a nation July 9, is mostly Christian and animist and is rich in oil reserves but remains undeveloped.

"People are coming back who migrated during the war," Bok said. "During the war, the entire village was completely destroyed and everybody left and went to either to Khartoum to the refugee camps, to Egypt, Ethiopia, Kenya – you name them, all those places we actually fled to because of the war."

Michael Hill, senior communications officer for Catholic Relief Services, said South Sudan is the newest country in the world and one of the poorest. Churches, including the Catholic Church, have been the only organizations to provide any structure in the decades of destruction there, he said.

During the war militia from the north destroyed villages, killed nearly 2 million, enslaved 200,000 and displaced 4 million. Some 35,000 Sudanese are believed to remain enslaved in north Sudan, according to Christian Solidarity International.

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Israeli Apartheid Week: Political Theater at Its Worst‎
FrontPage Magazine - (March 8, 2011)
The mob roars its hoarse, ear-splitting chants. “Death to the Jews,” “Death to Zionism,” “From the River to the Sea, Palestine Will be Free.” Keffiyas abound: On heads, over faces, around shoulders.  The Arab “street” is on the move—in Toronto, Montreal, Amherst, Washington, D.C., Cleveland, St. Louis, Houston, Berkeley, and in Oxford, Belfast, Paris, Amsterdam, Brussels, Zurich, and many other Western cities.

Whenever the innocent are punished, the guilty get away scot free. It is the Muslim world, not Israel, which is the world's greatest practitioner of gender and religious apartheid. Islam has a long and bloody history of imperialism, colonialism, racism, and slavery. Indeed, ethnic Arab Muslims, in Sudan for example, still keep slaves, usually black African Muslim, Christian, and animist slaves. The West, including our so-called progressives, must understand that the West has not caused such barbarism and misogyny in the Muslim world. Some customs are endemic to cultures which have, so far, refused to evolve.



Slavery in Mauritania

Mauritania: Marginalised Black populations fight against Arabisation
Thursday 8 April 2010 / by Alicia Koch, Patrick K. Johnsson
Hundreds of Black Mauritanian students gathered at the University of Nouakchott Tuesday to express their outrage against what they call a “comprehensive Arabization” of Mauritania. The sit-in follows several demonstrations triggered by speeches, delivered by the Prime Minister and Minister of Culture. The students condemn a move to promote Arabic as a national language.
The atmosphere was tense on Tuesday at the University of Nouakchott. Under heavy police surveillance, Black Mauritanian students gathered, once again, to show their indignation over speeches given by the country's Prime Minister Mohamed Ould Moulaye Laghdaf and Culture Minister Cissé Mint Boide on March 1, a day set aside for the promotion of the Arabic language.
Strong statements calling for the primacy of the Arabic language in strategic areas including television, education, and administration, while reducing French and other national languages like Fulani, Wolof and Soninke to sheer Vernacular. “Everything is Arabized!”, hurled Yacouba Diakite, secretary general of the National Union of Mauritanian Students (SNEM), as he condemned the Arabic language broadcasts on Mauritanian television. He describes the speeches delivered by the two ministers as discriminatory and “disastrous” as they do not take into account the country's cultural, ethnic and linguistic diversity.
This latest protest follows an initial demonstration that took place Wednesday, March 24. Mainly represented by members of the SNEM and bilingual clubs of the University of Nouakchott, the protesters hit the streets with two main requests : An apology from the Prime Minister who, by imposing Arabic as the sole administrative instrument of exchange and work, has given rise to a sense of cultural oppression among Black Mauritanians; And the resignation of the Minister of Youth and Culture, who, according Ndiaye Sarr Kane, spokesman for the demonstration, is incapable of representing Mauritania's multiculturalism. According to her, part of the minister's speech which read: “The national languages are obstacles to the emergence of the Arabic language,” were shocking.
The demonstration quickly turned violent as Arab students chanting “yes to Arabization!” clashed with the Black Mauritanians. The violence led to the arrest of several students by the police. The number of students arrested range between 4, according to Atlas Vista, and 8, according to RFI. Those arrested were released 24 hours later without being charged.
A multicultural country?
These multiple demonstrations has incurred strong reactions from the prime minister, who remains determined to justify his remarks, in an interview accorded to three journalists from the country's private media and published on the ruling party's (l'Union des forces de progress) website.
Interpreting his speech, according to him, requires placing it in its appropriate context. He further explains that the speech was made on the 1st of March, a day commemorated by 22 countries as a day of the Arabic language, following a decision by the Arab League, of which Mauritania has been a member since 1973. He insists that it was not unusual to place the language on a pedestal that day, he however denies denigrating the other national languages, which according to him, remain an integral part of the country. A country he describes as having both strong African and Arab roots.
Analysts believe that this is an essential fight for the Fulani, Wolof, Soninke and other black-skinned groups, who account for about a third of the country's population, as the Arabic language consolidates the position of the Arab-Berber majority who wield more political and economic power, and who have often been accused of enslaving the minority Black populations. Slavery which is still practiced by the Arab-Berber populations was abolished three times in Mauritania in the last century alone. In 2002, Action for Change (AC), a political party which campaigned for greater rights for blacks and the descendants of slaves, was banned by the government.
Symptomatic of a deep malaise, the question of identity has rocked the Mauritanian landscape since 1966; a year that saw a massive mobilization of Black students in Nouakchott to ask for the suppression of a law that sought to make the use Arabic language in secondary education compulsory. A cultural constraint for the Black minority, natives of the region of the Senegal River Basin, the issue has remained latent for nearly half a century.

The modern African state: quest for transformation - Page 136
  Godfrey Mwakikagile - 2001 - 251 pages
But of late, institutionalized racism by Arabs against black Africans has become a
growing problem in Africa, especially in Mauritania, Sudan, and Tanzania."

Global restructuring and peripheral states: the carrot and the stick in ...? - Page 227
Mohameden Ould-Mey - Business & Economics - 1996 - 316 pages
The report claims that the policy of Arabization in Mauritania "discriminates
against the black ethnic communities, particularly the Halpulaars" and that "it is fair
to say that the Mauritanian government practices undeclared apartheid

Silent terror: a journey into contemporary African slavery
  Samuel Cotton - 1998 - 170 pages
[page 47]
13 In this regard, 'Antara is the forerunner of the Hara- tine "black Arabs" of
Mauritania and the "brown Arabs" of Sudan, both of whom have internalized racist
Arab perceptions of black Africans. Indeed, after centuries of slavery, ...  
[Page 70]
I often cited a Mauritanian case reported in Newsweek in 1992. in that article,Fahl Ould Saed Ahmed, the Arab owner of twoten-year-old African...

MAURITANIA. Posted by RUNOKO RASHIDI .... nations to take a moral stand on condemning Arab slavery in Mauritania. ...

Islam's Black slaves: the other Black diaspora? - Page 204 Ronald Segal - History -
2002 - 273 pages
There are, however, two states, Mauritania and Sudan, with rogue regimes that ... slavery but also policies amounting to racism in the treatment of blacks.

UN Report on slavery in Sudan, genocide in the Nuba Mountains, and ...GENEVA,
Aug 30 (AFP) -- Sudan and Mauritania were singled out for practising slavery and racial discrimination in a study of countries on the Afro-Arab ...

Yambo Ouologuem: postcolonial writer, Islamic militant - Page 5
  Christopher Wise - 1999 - 258 pages
There are tens of thousands of black slaves in Mauritania who remain the property of
their master, ... who angrily insists that "the worst enemies for blacks right now are racist Arabs,"

Encyclopedia of twentieth-century African history? - Page 356 Tiyambe Zeleza, Paul

Tiyambe Zeleza, Dickson Eyoh - Reference - 2003 - 652 pages
Since l920 Mauritania had been attached to French West Africa and the ... But to
its critics Mauritania remained a divided country, where slavery, racism,

Durmam Daxxel homepage - Military Rule, Racism and Democratisation ...THE ORIGIN AND EFFECT OF RACISM IN MAURITANIA & SUDAN As was noted above, racism in both countries has its origin in the ways Arabs came into contact
with ...

Country Report: Mauritania Slaves are raised to believe that serving their Arab-
Berber masters is a ... Denied an education and trapped within Mauritania's pervasive racism and ...

Mauritania Fights to End Racism : NPRMar 6, 2008 ... Since it gained its
independence from France in 1960 Mauritania has struggled ... between the Afro-Mauritanians and so called Arab-Mauritanians.

The Senegal-Mauritania Conflict of 1989: A Fragile Equilibriumby R Parker - 1991 -
racial character of Mauritania's Arabs. The so-called 'white' Moors, or 'Beydanes', enslaved and assimilated blacks, or 'Haratines', over a ...

[PDF] Colonialism --Arab and European Compare
character of black African lands by importing Arab settlers, as in ... ethnic origins, 28 per cent white Moors of Arab-Berber origin, and 40 percent black slaves known ....
The Arabs in Mauritania call themselves Beydane (Arabic ... aggressors who have exploited, enslaved and oppressed black Africans for centuries? ...

Edofolks - Arabs in AfricaIn Mauritania, they have had to declare an end to slavery six times .... Arabs' racial war against black Africa started with their occupation and ... 

Ethiopia | Arab enslavement of blacks: The forgetten war...Sep 1, 2009
Slavery is still practiced in two Islamic nations: The Sudan and Mauritania. ... Arab racism is so deep it is inscribed in the fundamental semantic ... For many Arabs, the
historical description of blacks as slaves and ...

Black Africans are also the victims of Arab racism. The Arab government of Sudan, for example, sponsors militias that massacre and enslave blacks. The Arab government of Mauritania likewise permits blacks to be enslaved.

NPR: Slavery in Mauritania, 28, 2001 — The government of Mauritania abolished slavery more than 20 years ago. But despite the government's persistent denials, the practice continues ...

Covering up an Arab Trade in Black Slaves

by Charles Jacobs & Sasha Giller

[January 2011]

Friends of Israel have long fumed over what they felt was the human rights community's disproportionate and unfair criticism of the Jewish state: Major rights organizations typically portray Israel as among the cruelest of nations, while this planet's actual dictatorships and tyrannies get wrist slaps. HRW's treatment of Mauritania's black slaves cinches our case. The Islamic Republic of Mauritania has more slaves per capita than any other nation on Earth. It abolished slavery in 1905, 1961 and 1980; the country criminalized it in 2007, but the UN, the US State Department, and Amnesty International report that slavery continues.

According to UN reports - confirmed by our Mauritanian abolitionist allies - slaves in Mauritania are the wholly owned property of masters, passed on through their estates, like furniture or cattle. Slave girls are given as wedding gifts.

You might think black slaves would be a top priority for an American rights champion. But there's a problem. While the slaves are African, their masters are not white Europeans; they are Arab-Berber Muslims.

HRW knows all this but won't tell anybody. Its reports have mentioned slavery in Mauritania only four times since 1994. Why? Because there is no political gain, no expiation, no dollars - or dinars.

UNPO To United Nations: Widespread Slavery Persists In Mauritania
[Oct. 2011]

Despite repeated attempts to abolish slavery in Mauritania and the criminalization of its practice in 2007, the practice is still commonplace and particularly affects the Haratin, the vast majority of whom continue to live as slaves. Even when freed, slaves often continue to work for their former ‘masters’ due to psychological and economic dependence that has been established through years of enslavement.

Discrimination is a significant factor in the difficulties facing freed Haratin in finding work; the few who are able to secure employment have been limited to providing manual labour in markets, airports and water ports.

The UNPO – IRA report to the CESCR highlighted the complete absence of enforcement of a 2007 law criminalizing slavery in Mauritania. The state has yet to successfully prosecute a single case of slavery under the Act. The U.S. Department of State recently called the State party’s efforts to protect victims of slavery “negligible.”

The Special Rapporteur on contemporary forms of slavery, who visited Mauritania in 2009, has reported numerous issues with enforcement of this Act, including: cases being re‐filed as inheritance or land disputes; pressure on claimants from family, masters and local authorities to retract the claim; reluctance from police and courts in following up on allegations of slavery‐like practices; difficulties of enforcement in rural areas and among nomadic communities due to movement, porous borders and lack of systematic registration of children; reluctance of judges to act; and the effectiveness of those practicing slavery at keeping the practice hidden.

The Special Rapporteur also criticized the vagueness of the law, noting that “many master‐servant dependencies—often encompassing former slavery bonds—fell short of inclusion in the antislavery policy.”



Death In The Desert: A CNN Freedom Project Documentary
Saturday 19 November at 1400 GMT / 1500 CET

** CNN documentary uncovers horrific proof of organ harvesting in Sinai Peninsula **

The Sinai Peninsula in Egypt is a lawless and dangerous place, under the control of Bedouin tribes. Smuggling and contraband is the economy here and some of the illegal activities are especially cruel.

African refugees, mostly from Sudan,Ethiopia and Eritrea endure a perilous journey across the Sinai Peninsula with hopes for a better life over the Egyptian border in Israel. But the reality that awaits these migrants in this lawless wilderness will shock you . . . slavery, rape, imprisonment, murder and even the unspeakable horror of organ harvesting.

Fred Pleitgen uncovers horrific evidence that some of the refugees had their vital organs stolen while still alive and were then left to die in the desert…

'Death In The Desert: A CNN Freedom Project Documentary’, follows CNN correspondent Fred Pleitgen as he travels through Sinai, gaining insight into the secret this rugged and lawless expanse of desert hold.

12-20-2011 2:13 pm
In a program called: 'Death in the Desert,' CNN docunmented (Nov. 2011): African [mostly Sudanese and Eritrean] refugees, who are escaping in order to get to (democratic and free) Israel, in crossing the Sinai desert, they are raped, tortured, murdered, organs sold by Arab [Egyptian Bedouins, some activities linked to "Palestinians" in Gaza] slavers.

An Egyptian eyewitness described their plight, [more] 'Worse' than slavery. The Egyptian doctors buy from the Sawarka tribe for 1,000 to 2,000 dollars an organ. Thousands have died, many of electrocution and of 'failed' organ harvesting. Egyptian police have not made one single arrest. Worse thing is, the Egyptian army fires on the refugees trying to break out from the Arab bondage, to enter Israel.


'Death In The Desert: A CNN Freedom Project Documentary.' CNN, Saturday 19 November 2011. "CNN documentary uncovers horrific proof of organ harvesting in Sinai Peninsula."

"Slaves freed after CNN documentary." The CNN Freedom Project: Ending Modern-Day Slavery. Blogs, Nov. 17, 2011

CNN-Doku "Death in the Desert" - Tausend Dollar für ein Menschenleben. - Nov 23, 2011.



Egypt police shoot Sudanese migrant at Israel border - Israel News
24 May 2008
Egyptian police shot and wounded a Sudanese man who tried to cross its ... have killed 12 migrants this year who were trying to get into Israel...
London-based rights group Amnesty International says thousands of migrants try to cross into Israel from Egypt's Sinai peninsula each year, with numbers rising since 2007.
The migrants, including many from Sudan, are seeking work or asylum away from conflict at home and harsh living conditions in Egypt, where activists say African migrants face economic marginalization and racism.,7340,L-3547219,00.html

'Summer Brides': Under-age daughters sold as 'sex-slaves' in Egypt, report claims
Sunday, 15 July 2012
According to a report by the U.S. State Department, wealthy Arab tourists from Gulf countries are paying money to purchase under-age Egyptian girls as "temporary brides." (AP)
By Al Arabiya

Wealthy Arab tourists from Gulf countries are paying money to purchase under-age Egyptian girls as “summer-brides”, claims a new report on human trafficking released by the U.S. State Department.

The marriages are not legally binding and end when the men return to their home countries.

According to the report “Trafficking in Persons”, often times these temporary marriages are facilitated by the girls' parents who profit from the transaction.

According to Britain's The Daily Mail, the wealthy tourists pay an amount to poor families through intermediaries, ranging from anywhere between $495 and $4,950.The young victims, some under the age of 18, are then forced to serve as sex slaves as well as servants to their “husbands.”

Egypt has laws in place that aim to combat human trafficking which prevent foreigners from marrying an Egyptian woman if there is more than ten years age difference, but marriage brokers have found a way around that by forging birth certificates to make the girls appear older and the men younger.

These contracts also eliminate any potential problems with hotels and land lords who may demand to see proof of marriage before allowing a couple to stay in a room together, since pre-marital sex is prohibited in Islam.

In many cases, the family agrees to marry their daughter without her consent, but often the girls are willing participants as they see it as the only way to help provide for their families.

In some cases the men take the Egyptian girls back to their home country to work as maids for their first wives. But even the girls who stay in Egypt do not fare much better since they often become ostracized by society and find it difficult to re-marry in the traditional way, particularly if the “summer marriage” resulted in a child.

Many of the young women end up in a cycle of temporary marriages with Gulf tourists, and others are targeted by Egyptian men who marry them in order to force them into prostitution.

Many abandon the child out of shame, either to orphanages or leaving them to join the hundreds of thousands of street children that already exist in Egypt.

Dr. Hoda Badran, who chairs the NGO Alliance for Arab Women, explained to the Sunday Independent that poverty is the main factor behind this phenomenon.

“If those families are in such a need to sell their daughters you can imagine how poor they are. Many times, the girl does not know she is marrying the husband just for the short term. She is young, she accepts what her family tells her, she knows the man is going to help them. If the girl is very poor, sometimes it is the only way out to help the family survive,” she told the newspaper.

The report by the State department said Egypt is making significant efforts to eliminate human trafficking, but due to the political unrest in the country over the past year, the government is unable to provide law enforcement and prosecution data on those efforts.

Furthermore, it said Egypt is continuing to develop strategies to implement a comprehensive action plan to address all aspects on trafficking.

In 2009, a court in Egypt's second largest city Alexandria jailed two registrars for conducting temporary marriages of hundreds of underage girls, however NGOs say that this is only the tip of the iceberg, and that more needs to be done to implement existing laws.



The Archaeology of the Early Islamic Settlement in Palestine - Page 81
... and groups of “slaves” (Arabic oabd, pl. oabid), descendants of the black slaves formerly kept by the Bedouin

Palestine under the Ottomans And among black African slaves there were varying degrees of inferiority. ... former African slaves among the Bedouin in the Negev and Palestinians in Gaza. ...

African and Asian studies: Volume 6, Issues 1-4
[Brill Academic Publishers] 2007 -[p. 296]
settled Bedouin in southern Israel, a black boy eloped with a 'white' girl. They were discovered and the girl was killed by her family. However, the boy survived and subsequently married a black girl. Under the old system slaves could not sit in the guest tent, or shig, at the same level as their masters. In some places this is still observed, with the role of the black people being to serve tea and coffee to people with no visible...

Reflections on Arab-led slavery of Africans by K. K. Prah
Centre for the Advanced Studies of African Society (CASAS), 2005 [p. 201]
The groups of black people living in the Negev and as refugees in Gaza today are the descendants of slaves of the Bedouin. As the peoples of Gaza and the Negev have been separated by frequently closed borders only since 1948 (when...

Reflections on Arab-led slavery of Africans - K. K. Prah Centre for the Advanced Studies of African Society (CASAS), 2005 p. 203 However, under the Israelis after 1952, when the census was taken, slavery as an institution faded away.

Stand for Israel: Bedouin People : Ethnic Groups
While the term "Bedouin" conjures images of flowing robes and roaming tribes, most Bedouin living in Israel today have become sedentarized, leaving their nomadic lifestyle, moving into houses, and finding employment. But their culture is strong, and thought they might be settled in one place, their tradition has not died out.

The Bedouin tribes originated in the Arabian Peninsula. After the Muslim conquest in the 7th century, tribes began migrating to Israel. Approximately half of those tribal immigrants came to the Negev and to the Galilee from the Arabian Peninsula; farmers from Egypt and tribes-people from Sudan made up the other half. Although Israel does not differentiate between races within Bedouin culture, the Bedouin themselves often differentiate between "black Bedouins" and "white Bedouins." The "white Bedouin" are dark-skinned; the "black Bedouin" are actually of African descent, tribal people who were kidnapped and sold as slaves, eventually being brought to Israel. After Israel became a state, the "black Bedouin" were free, and many chose to live among the "white Bedouin" in towns and villages, although the latter still consider them second class citizens, and marriage between the two groups is still taboo.

Director Focuses on the Legacy of Muslim Slavery Film
By David Chanoff
Published November 28, 2007, issue of November 30, 2007.
'The Film Class' could be the most important small film that almost nobody will ever see.

Set in the Bedouin town of Rahat in the Israeli Negev, the film, which was shown earlier this month at the Boston Jewish Film Festival and at The Other Israel Film Festival in New York, follows Israeli filmmaker Uri Rosenwaks as he teaches a small group of Bedouin women the rudiments of documentary making: how to load film, how to operate a camera, how to interview. It all seems as ordinary as linoleum, except for one thing: The Bedouin women enrolled in this class are all black, as in black African. We know that the Bedouin are the original nomadic inhabitants of the Middle East's deserts, prototypical Arabs. Who, then, are these black Bedouin?

Apparently, the women themselves hardly know. They have only hazy notions of their ancestors - extremely strange, since Bedouin customarily know their lineages down to the 20th generation. But as novice filmmakers, the women begin asking questions and following stories, and the stories that engage them most are those about their own lives and history. They interview a young black man who fears for his life because he and a white Bedouin girl fell in love. A little girl tells the women she feels hurt because white children call her krembo, the local variety of the n-word. Then we learn that the white Bedouin typically refer to the black Bedouin as abed - slave.

A black Bedouin interviewee says, "They [Arabs] would steal them [her ancestors] from Sudan." An old white Bedouin says, "They were all bought, all branded." An old black Bedouin says that slave-catchers "used to roam the countryside," kidnapping children.

The pre-credit opening shots are of the slave pits in Zanzibar. Later the women are shown contemporary drawings of Arab slave markets and slave caravans, with lines of black Africans chained together by the neck or yoked like animals. The women are shocked to think that the pictures might be of their ancestors, that their great-grandparents might have been kept in those pits. In its tiny, unassuming way, "The Film Class" opens up one of the greatest and most enduring tragedies in human history, one that is, incredibly, hardly known in the West at all: the slave trade of the Muslim and Arab world.

Westerners, Americans especially, tend to think that the Atlantic trade, with the horrors of the Middle Passage and the industrialized chattel slavery of the plantations, was in some sense unique and uniquely evil. Most of us are ignorant of the vast appetite for slaves in North Africa, Turkey and the Middle East that lasted for 1,300 years and swallowed untold millions from the great sub-Saharan slave pools of Sudan, Ethiopia, Chad and the Congo. We do not know about the great Zanj slave rebellion of the ninth century that killed hundreds of thousands and all but swallowed the Baghdad caliphate - by far the greatest slave revolt in history. We don't know about the dreaded Forty Day Road and other equally horrifying caravan routes across the Sahara, littered with centuries worth of slave bones. Or about the 2,000-mile sea voyages from Lamu to the Red Sea in dhows packed as tightly with human cargo as were the slaving ships that crossed the Atlantic. We can hardly encompass with our imaginations the atrociousness of the eunuch trade, in which perhaps one in 10 or one in 20 of the children who were castrated survived the operation.

In part we don't know these things because our sense of guilt has focused us on our own slaving history and because our historians have had rich troves of Western slave-related documents to draw on. In the Muslim world, neither the same kind of guilt nor equivalent documents has ever existed. Finally, the United States and other Western former slave-holding societies are home to a black African diaspora hungry to find its roots and trace its historical experience. In the Muslim world, for its own interesting reasons, no parallel diaspora has persisted. "The Film Class" shows us a tiny, anomalous, though not unique, diaspora community. In so doing, it opens a truly prodigious Pandora's box whose existence most Westerners never suspected.

To learn more about "The Film Class," visit the Web site of distributor Ruth Diskin,

David Chanoff is a freelance writer whose 13 books include several on the Vietnam War and the Holocaust.

Palestine - Racist Slavery
African Slavery in Palestine - Gone With the Wind ... The Africans were called "Abed" - which literally means slave. White and black slaves were separated, and there were degrees of inferiority among African slaves as well. The descendants of these slaves are still Bedouin in the Negev and "Palestinians" in Gaza. They still, as a rule, cannot intermarry with their "white" former masters.



The Greenwood encyclopedia of children's issues worldwide: Volume 4 - Page 142 Irving Epstein, Leslie Limage - 2008 - 440 pages
With regard to slavery, Libya serves as a transit point for human trafficking. The country is a known source for Sudanese slaves, mostly women and children, who have been captured in the course of that country's civil war.

Slavery and the coming war Gary C. Walker - (A & W Enterprise,) 1996 - 250 pages - (page 214)
The economic benefits of slavery are too great to stay within the national boundaries of Sudan. Slaves have been traded, via slave markets, into Chad and Libya. Libya is controlled by strong man, Moammar Gadhafi, and is already on the ...

Is Fanatic Islam A Global Threat? Faith Printing Company, 2003 - Religion
And yes, Gaddafi is the biggest importer of black children slaves from the slave markets of Khartoum, Sudan.


Despite the agtrocious anti-Christian, anti-Jewish Nation of Islam's infamous bigot Louis Farrakhan's attempts to rewrite history and the ilk sites like The Islamic revisionists at that lunatic site: "arabslavetrade" (with its made-up lies and "conspiracy theories"), truth must be told.

Nation of Islam's infamous Louis Farrakhan support for the Slavery in Sudan

Slavery Is an Issue Again - New York Times... of Sudan in a black slave trade — and about the support that Louis Farrakhan, head of the Nation of Islam, has voiced for the Sudanese Government. ...

Slavery in the Sudan has come to increasing public attention during the country's 16 year war waged by the Muslim north against the black Christian south
Despite mounting evidence pointing to the disturbing reality of Black enslavement in the Sudan, Minister Louis Farrakhan and the Nation of Islam maintain ties with Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashir and leader of Sudan's ruling party, Hassan al-Turabi. Under this leadership, the country has become a base for Islamic extremist terrorism, and Muslim enslavement of Sudanese Blacks has persisted.
The Minister refuses to condemn the current regime regarding this atrocity occurring in Africa to his fellow Blacks.

Farrakhan and the Sudan slave trade Farrakhan's support to the Sudanese slave masters is yet another example of his utterly reactionary program and purpose

Farrakhan's Sudan Connection
Farrakhan's support to the Sudanese slave masters is yet another example of his utterly reactionary program and purpose.

Guest Editorial .Farrakhan Wearing Egg About Sudan’s Slave Trade - Sarasota Herald-Tribune - Jul 8, 1996
Nation of Islam Minister Louis Farrakhan got egg on his face recently. And the press, especially the Baltimore Sun, can take great pride in the embarrassment it should cause him... This time, Farrakhan dared the press to prove there are Arab slave traders in the Sudan and the Sun did- just that.
While on an America-hating visit in March to... several fundamentalist Islamic states, including the Sudan, Farrakhan was asked why he denounced U.S. slave practices that ended last century while ignoring the ongoing slave trade of his Sudan hosts.
"Where is the proof?" an irritated Farrakhan snapped. slavery exists why don't you go, as a member of the press, and look inside Sudan, and if you find it . then you come back and tell the American people what you found."
Sun foreign correspondent Gilbert who is white, and columnist Gregory Kane, who is black, accepted the challenge. They flew deep into the Sudanese interior were they paid $500 each to buy two African slaves, ages 10 and 12, from an Arab slave trader.
The boys were seized six years ago in a raid their village by the government- backed arab militia. Since then, they told their Sun rescuers, they were forced to work in the fields long hours, day after day, while being paid only with the scraps of food they were fed...,3824680
Farrakhan’s Friends
Herald-Journal - Jun 29, 1996,5501122
Slave Trading Friends
Tuscaloosa News - Jun 29, 1996,5680260
Editorial Sampler. What, State, National, World Media Are Saying
Waycross Journal-Herald - Jun 29, 1996,2703737

The Washington Times: The Nation's, hypocrisy
Washington Times - Jun 19, 1994

Now that attention is once again focusing on Louis Farrakhan, his former spokesman Khalid Muhammed, and the Black Muslims, let us take a closer look at them.

The Nation of Islam and its speakers have called Judaism a "gutter religion," and labeled Christianity a religion of slavemasters.

The first charge is simple religious bigotry and should not be dignified by a response. The second is a concrete accusation which ignores historical facts.
And long after the Christian West abolished slavery, fundamentalist Islam continued practicing it. Christianity was practiced in Sudan long before either ...,+the+North+has+declared+Jihad+-+holy+war+-+against+the+South%22&tbs=nws:1,ar:1&source=newspapers
In recent years, the North has declared Jihad - holy war - against the South. The results have been devastating. Our women have been raped by the tens of,+the+North+has+declared+Jihad+-+holy+war+-+against+the+South%22&tbs=nws:1,ar:1&source=newspapers



Negotiating With the Devil | Amil Imani
Dec 21, 2011 - Iranian women are forced into prostitution to survive or simply sold as sex slaves in Persian Gulf states. Your fascist misrule of nearly three decades has driven millions of Iran's best children to the four corners of the world.

Beware of Iran Mullahs Bearing Gifts... | European Sex
References for Trafficking and Prostitution in Iran
Feb 13, 2004

THE IRANIAN: Slavery, Massome Price
Chaman Andam Slavery in early 20th century Iran October 2, 2002. The Iranian Monir Joon is one of those rare women who appear once in a while and will be remembered for long after they are gone.

Inside Iran's sex slave industry - National freethought |
Jun 6, 2010 - Iranians protesting election of 2009(Photo by Emiliya_1998) With the approaching first anniversary on June 12th of last year's controversial Iranian presidential elections, officials of the Islamic Republic

Only Democracy Can Free Women from Slavery in Iran
The sex trade is also international, as thousands of Iranian women and girls have been sold into sexual slavery abroad. This criminal activity is often conducted ...

Iran Chamber Society: Iranian Society: Iran's Trafficking of Persons
"Two Operators of Prostitution Ring Sentenced to Death," IRNA, 15 September 2001. "Iran Slavery Ring Led by Woman Who Sold Her Own Daughter," Agence France Presse

Sex Slavery New Face of Oppression of Women in Iran | Womens ...
Feb 11, 2004 – Twenty-five years after the overthrow of the Shah, sex trafficking is flourishing in Iran under a tyrannical system of gender apartheid.

Hey Gals, Check This Out - Iran Has Legal Slavery And Rape Of Prepubescent Girls. They Call It "Temporary Marriage".
Jan 25, 2007 - Charming: Even more astonishing, Iran's new Islamic-guided government has established a system of legalized prostitution, through the ... -out-iran-has-legal-slavery-and-rape-of-prepubescent-girls-they-call-it-temporary-marriage/

The History of Slavery in Modern Iran: Preliminary Questions and Observations, A Talk by Nahid Mozaffari
Mar 23, 2011 | 12:30 PM-2:00 PM

The history of slavery in Iran from the end of the Safavid through the Qajar periods has not been studied or written about extensively. This presentation will provide an overview of the work of a variety of scholars from different disciplines in this field, to trace the different approaches, methodologies and sources used in these studies, and to focus on the areas and perspectives that need further research. Nahid Mozaffari received her PhD in History and Middle Eastern Studies from Harvard University. She is a member of the research team of Women's Worlds in Qajar Iran, a digital archive of textual, oral and visual materials related to the lives of women during the Qajar era (1796-1925) based at Harvard University. She published Strange Times, My Dear: The PEN Anthology of Contemporary Iranian Literature, in 2005 and is currently working on Crafting Constitutionalism in Iran: Ali Akbar Dehkhoda, 1906-1956.

Iran's Dark Secret: Child Prostitution and Sex Slaves - Huffington Post
Aug 19, 2009 - In a recent report by the U.S. State Department, Iran was listed among the dozen countries with the poorest record of human trafficking.

AFP: Iranian women 'in slavery': stoning woman's lawyer
Oct 14, 2010 - BRUSSELS - Iranian women have been forced into slavery, the former lawyer for Sakineh Mohammadi-Ashtiani, the Iranian woman facing death by stoning, said Thursday. 63f1a0e61b464e310712d2.531

Women in Iran are 'slaves' lawyer tells MEPs | euronews, world news
Oct 14, 2010 – world news - A lawyer for the Iranian woman who faces a possible death sentence for alleged adultery and complicity in the murder of her husband has denounced the Tehran regime as maintaining slavery of women in the Islamic Republic of Iran.
Mohammad Mostafaei was invited to address the European Parliament’s Human Rights Subcommittee.

Iranian women 'in slavery'
Sydney Morning Herald
Oct 15, 2010

State Department report ranks countries on human trafficking - CNN
June 27, 2011|From Jill Dougherty, CNN Foreign Affairs Correspondent

Human trafficking is flourishing in the Democratic Republic of Congo, North Korea, Saudi Arabia and Iran, with little effort by the countries' governments to combat it, the U.S. State Department said Monday.

The department's 2011 Trafficking in Persons Report assesses efforts by 184 governments worldwide to fight sexual exploitation, forced labor and modern-day slavery.

The annual report, considered one of the most comprehensive analyses of worldwide human trafficking, ranks countries in three "tiers."

Iran is among the countries the report describes as "a source, transit, and destination country for men, women, and children subjected to sex trafficking and forced labor." -ranks-countries?_s=PM:POLITICS

In Iran for 25 years, the ruling mullahs have enforced humiliating and sadistic ... The head of Iran's Interpol bureau believes that the sex slave trade is one of the

Iran: Clerics or pimps? :: Weekly Blitz by Salah Uddin Shoaib Choudhury February 25, 2010

Iran has already turned into a country of horror. Citizen of that country, most of who are already fed-up with the fanatics, ruling the country are gradually raising their voice for democracy and end of reign of terror established by Khomeini through his so-called Islamic revolution in 1979.

Murder of civilians under the garb of Sharia law is a regular phenomenon in that country. Press and freedom of expression is seriously suffocated. There are numerous reports of gross human rights violations. Women are raped inside prison by the prison guards, before execution.

I have spent weeks in research to understand, what is going on inside Iran. During past several months, I have gathered information from various articles, blogs, online sources etc to get maximum information on the latest status in Iran. From this article, readers will be able to assess the social decay Iranian is gradually heading towards, due to rogue administration of the Islamist leaders. This is the first part of my article on Iran.

Clerics or pimps:

Iranian clerics or Mullahs, who are at the administration of that country are gradually exposing their nasty faces as mere pimps, who are selling their women to a number of countries as well tourists in that country. Iranian women are continuing to be sold as 'Jihadist Tools' to various nations with millions of dollars. While Iranian rulers pretend to treat prostitution or sex trade as taboo since it became Islamic Republic in 1979, it is evidently proved that poor governance of it is not only pushing thousands of Iranians into prostitution, but in many cases, those Mullahs are the ultimate beneficiaries of growing sex trade in that country. [...] According to Shiite interpretation, a man and a woman may enter an impermanent partnership with a preset expiration date. There's no legally required minimum duration [a day, a week, anything goes] and no need for official witnesses—unless the woman is a virgin, in which case she needs the consent of her legal guardian. An Iranian who's wary of arrest can simply escort a prostitute to a registry, obtain a temporary contract from a Muslim cleric, and then legally satisfy his sexual needs. And here is the point, where clerics get the opportunity of working as the pimp for that woman. In most cases, Iranian mullahs maintain network with national and international prostitution ring, where they supply these women, who possess a temporary marriage certificate [issued by the cleric], giving them the chance of entering the profession with a legal license of Islamic mask.

Prostitutes wear their veils loosely over their heads in a style that passes for risqué in this strictly regulated society. With their faces heavily made up, they stand at traffic circles where men driving by can inspect them and make a deal. The women are often young, including many teenagers who have run away from abusive homes. Based on official figures, there are some 300,000 women who work as prostitutes in Iran. And according to newspapers, the number is steadily rising.

Interview with an Iranian prostitute - Mullahs spoiled my life... Jul 8, 2010


Europe 1300-1700: History in Maps - Page 4 - Social Studies School Service - 2005
As they conquered a region, the Muslim armies destroyed many Christian villages and monasteries; they also sold many conquered Christians into slavery. Animosity—as well as military battles— between Christians and Muslims continued ...


The Mohammedan dynasties: chronological and genealogical tables with historical introductions - Page 80 - Stanley Lane-Poole - Constable, 1894 - History - 361 pages
MAMLUK SULTANS 1252—1517 Maniluk means ' owned,' and was generally applied to a white slave. The Mamluk Sultans of Egypt were Turkish and Circassian slaves, and had their origin in the purchased hody-guard of the Ayyubid Sultan ...

The world and Africa: an inquiry into the part which Africa has played in world history, by W. E. Burghardt Du Bois - Page 52 - William Edward Burghardt Du Bois - The Viking Press, 1947 - 276 pages
It was not yet however a trade which made the word synonymous with Negro or black: during these years the Mohammedan rulers of Egypt were buying white slaves by the tens of thousands in Europe and Asia and bringing them to Syria, Palestine, and the Valley of the Nile. In the west, however, the character of world trade began subtly to change.

Golden Age of the Moor - Page 168 - Ivan Van Sertima - Transaction Publishers, 1992 - 462 pages
This practice was not exclusive to Spain; W. E. B. DuBois notes that during the 16th century "the Mohammedan rulers of Egypt were buying white slaves by the tens of thousands in Europe and Asia and bringing them to Syria, Palestine and ...

The World of W.E.B. Du Bois: A Quotation Sourcebook - Page 107 - William Edward Burghardt Du Bois, Meyer Weinberg - 1992 - 282 pages - Google eBook - Preview
WHITE SLAVES In the seventeenth century the African slave trade to America expanded. It was not yet however a trade which made the word synonymous with Negro or black: during these years the Mohammedan rulers of Egypt were buying white slaves by the tens of thousands in Europe and Asia and bringing them to Syria, ...


White Gold: The Extraordinary Story of Thomas Pellow and Islam's One Million White Slaves
Giles Milton
Macmillan, Jun 13, 2006 - 336 pages

The true story of white European slaves in eighteenth century Algiers, Tunis, and Morocco

In the summer of 1716, a Cornish cabin boy named Thomas Pellow and fifty-one of his comrades were captured at sea by the Barbary corsairs. Their captors--Ali Hakem and his network of Islamic slave traders--had declared war on the whole of Christendom. France, Spain, England and Italy had suffered a series of devastating attacks. Thousands of Europeans had been snatched from their homes and taken in chains to the great slave markets of Algiers, Tunis and Salé in Morocco.

Pellow and his shipmates were bought by the tyrannical sultan of Morocco, Moulay Ismail, who was constructing an imperial palace of such scale and grandeur that it would surpass every other building in the world, a palace built entirely by Christian slave labor.

Resourceful, resilient, and quick-thinking, Pellow was selected by Moulay Ismail for special treatment, and was one of the fortunate few who survived to tell his tale.

An extraordinary and shocking story, drawn from unpublished letters and manuscripts written by slaves and by the padres and ambassadors sent to free them, White Gold reveals a disturbing and long forgotten chapter of history.

Christian Slaves, Muslim Masters: White Slavery in the Mediterranean, the Barbary Coast and Italy, 1500-1800 - Robert C. Davis - Palgrave Macmillan, Dec 5, 2003 - 256 pages
This is a study that digs deeply into this "other" slavery, the bondage of Europeans by north-African Muslims that flourished during the same centuries as the heyday of the trans-Atlantic trade from sub-Saharan Africa to the Americas.
The religions of the book: Christian perceptions, 1400-1660 - Page 134 - Matthew Dimmock, Andrew Hadfield - Palgrave Macmillan, 2008 - 213 pages
Robert Davis, Christian Slaves, Muslim Masters: White Slavery in the Mediterranean, the Barbary Coast and Italy 1500-1800 (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2003), p. 140. Although Davis characterizes this "jihad" as both Christian and Muslim, the primary emphasis is on Christian victims.


Crime and Punishment in Istanbul: 1700-1800 - Page 95 - Fariba Zarinebaf - University of California Press, 2010 - 287 pages
1700-1800 Fariba Zarinebaf ... Slavery placed Muslim men in a superior position by establishing ... It also allowed Muslim men to marry non-Muslim women or take such womenas concubines whileit ... while that of a male salve was 200 kurus. In general, white slaves from Russia and the Caucasus claimed a higher price than black slaves from Africa.




  • All slavery in Asia and the Orient is purely Islamic by origin.

  • Child slaves are generally a Muslim thing.

  • The Moro Arab-Islamic savages / pirates ravaged every coast...

  • Looming Moslems' holy war against the Yankee Christians.


Exciting experiences in our wars with Spain and the Filipinos - Pages 363-66 - William McKinley, Marshall Everett - Book Publishers Union, 1899 - History - 526 pages

Full text of "... Exciting experiences in our wars with Spain, and the Filipinos ...

[...] The native population may be classifled as Negritos, Mohammedan Malays, pagan Malays and civilized Malays, and these are divided into eighty or more different tribes. The first named were the original inhabitants and are confined to Mindanao and Negros and some parts of Luzon. They are rapidly disappearing and have degenerated into an undersized, sickly race.

The Mohammedan Malays, or Moros, as they are called, are principally found in Mindanao, Palawan, Basilan, Sulu, Tawi Tawi and Mindoro. They are a warlike race and have never been wholly subjugated by the Spaniards. Originally they came from Borneo and maintained almost constant warfare with the Spanish. They are ruled by a Sultan and still practice piracy and slavery.



The chief Philippine slave market and port for their export is Maibun, the old capital of Sulu. Harun Narrasid, the Mohammedan Sultan of Sulu — now a United States subject— is the central factor of the slave-holding and slave-selling business of the entire group. The Moros continue, though upon a somewhat limited scale, the practices of their ancestors, the bloodthirsty Malay pirates who reddened Philippine waters for several centuries. No admixture of blood could be more favorable to slave-holding than that of Malay and Mohammedan, according to Professor Otis Mason, the noted ethnologist. Among their slaves are found Malays captured from Sumatra, Papuans from New Guiana, Siamese, Javanese and Timorese. By collecting them within their dominion the Sulu masters have aided greatly in producing the peculiar mixture of stocks which now bothers anthropologists.

At the time of American occupation piratical expeditions were still gathering as many captives as they could safely attack in neighboring islands. The warlike Moros of Sulu and the islands thereabout, moreover, adhere to the ancient barbarous custom of casting into slavery such of their captives of war as do not suffer death. Their most ready customers for able-bodied male slaves for many years were the Dutch planters in the Island of Borneo, to the southwest.

More criminal even than this piratical slave-gathering is the Custom of selling innocent children into bondage, generally practiced by the Mohammedan Malays. The parent who is in need of money lends, or, rather, gives his child as security for the loan, and the little one is condemned to labor until the debt is paid, which seldom, if ever, occurs. Very few children thus sold into slavery ever regain their freedom.

Moro warriors try the edges of their weapons by striking down their slaves, according to Professor Worcester. Morb slaves in Sulu represent all phases of slavery practiced in ancient or modern times - slaves by birth, slaves by capture in war or by piracy, bonded children, and insolvent debtors.

Few, if any, white slaves were found in the Philippines. The reason is simple. All whites are regarded as Christians by the Moros, and Christians must pay a penalty more serious than slavery - or perhaps- less serious - death. The Moro believes that he increases his pleasure in the next world directly as the square of the number of Christian [p.365] lives dispatched by bis hand. If be dies slaughtering Christians he insures himself a cozy corner in the Mohammedan seventh heaven. Eather than commit suicide, a More wearied of life prefers to sneak to some Oiristian settlement and massacre as many unsuspecting men, women or children as he can reach before being shot. All of this sounds like a fairy tale, but it is the testimony of an American Philippine commissioner.

Colonel Hilder, of the United States Bureau of Ethnology, said of the Moros at the time of the Aguinaldo insurrection:

"We will probably kave more serious times with them than we are now having with Aguinaldo's followers. Spain failed to conquer them because she feared the general hatred of the Moslem for the Christian. Our soldiers will find them to be fierce foes at close quarters. They take great care of their arms. On making an attack they make hideous faces to scare their opponents. They protect their heads and bodies with immense shields, below which their legs are kept vibrating to resist missiles. When bayoneted they seize the barrels of the soldiers' muskets and drive the steel further into them, that they may get close enough to kill their adversaries before falling.

"They behead their enemies by a peculiar continuation of the same movement with which they draw their huge knives. Just previous to our war with Spain the resident Governor of Sulu protected the lives of himself and staff by establishing picket lines about the capital and ordering all Moros to disarm under the aim of Spanish soldiers before crossing them. A Governor who neglected to secure himself thus had his skull split to the teeth by Sultan Harun, whose warriors massacred the citizens of the town. The Spanish home government, knowing the danger of the post, was in the habit of appointing officials suspected of republican ideas to the governorship of Sulu."

Slavery in the Philippines was just as illegal under Spanish control as it is under ours to-day. By an ancient decree made by King Philip II., 300 years ago, all slaves in the islands were set free and no more were to be taken in the future, either by Spaniards or natives.
Child slaves were to be free upon becoming 20 years old, and those above 20 at the time of the decree were to serve five years longter before gaining freedom. Any slave before reaching the limit prescribed could purchase his liberty by paying a price determined by the Governor or the Bishop.


In spite of this prohibition, slavery has ever since existed in the islands The Spanish Governor of Sulu just previous-to the war allowed his Moro scout a home within the Spanish capital and permitted him to keep there several wives and forty slaves.

According to the ancient historian, Juan de la Ooncepcion, writing in 1788, there were, at the time the Spaniards conquered the Philippines, headsmen who owned as many as 300 slaves apiece. As property they were ranked second only to gold in value. Thus it will be seen that the introduction of slavery in her Asiatic possessions was not the work of Spain, although she never took pains to wipe it out. As elsewhere in the Orient, it is of Mohammedan origin.

Commissioner Worcester also found that white slavery still existed among the enlightened Mohammedans, but white slaves as a rule were humanely treated. The blacks, however, suffered allkinds of atrocities.
The interior of Africa even to-day is a hunting ground for negro slaves, caught mostly by Arabs, who sell them to Mohammedans. In 1890 an agreement was formally drawn up between Uncle Sam, the European powers, and several Oriental governments, to put a stop to African slave capture. These nations also agreed to forbid the importation or exportation of slaves. Turkey was a party to this agreement, and although the Sultan is the head of the Mohammedan Church, he is not likely to aid the Moslems in a holy war against the Yankee Christians.

Mohammedan war junks ravaged every coast of the Philippines before the Spaniards succeeded in reducing their piracy. Thousands of colonists have been murdered by these, villages have been sacked, churches looted, and Spanish subjects driven far inland. As one historian remarks, the Spaniards probably would never have penetrated these islands further than the coast line had these bloodthirsty pirates not scared them into the highlands.

At one time her Philippine -colonists became so absolutely penniless and miserable as a result of this slave-hunting among them that the crown had to remit the payment of the regularly collected tribute for four years. Natives whom the Spanish friars had Christianized were carried off with the Spanish Christians, while the, priests themselves were looked upon as the richest prizes whom the Moros could capture. Once the Sultans of Sulu and Mindanao formed an alliance to further piracy and slave-hunting, which previously had been confined mostly to the waters of their neighborhood. They spread the business...
Startling experiences in the three wars: War in China, The Philippines, South Africa - Pages 34-39 - Marshall Everett - The Educational Company, 1900 - 874 pages
Los Angeles Times - Mar 5, 1899



[Apr, 2010]
I recently read an article noting that slaves throughout history usually had more economic security and stability than employees of big corporations, in exchange for their labor. Slaves had more security than I have in 2010.

Between 1526 and 1810, Africa sold about 10 million of its people to slavery --many sold their own children.

Europe bought 175,000 slaves
Spanish America bought 1,552,000 slaves
Brazil bought a WHOPPING 3,647,000 slaves!
British Caribbean bought 1,665,000 slaves
British America (no longer exists!) and the United States bought a small sum of 399,000 slaves
French America (no longer exists!) bought 1,600,000 slaves
Dutch America (no longer exists!) bought 500,000
Danish West Indies bought 28,000 slaves, and the number of people sold by Africa to Islam through the Arab slave routes of east Africa is unknown to the West. Islam is forgiven by my observation. Why the preferred treatment?:
According to World History, United States participation was negligible by comparison to the rest of the entire world. Would anyone like differ with history? If so, your argument is one which results from lack of information. Argumentative and overbearing members of our black population should return to the proverbial drawing board and STOP viciously attacking the innocent Southern population. Indeed, we all know the truth about WHO and WHAT countries were involved in flesh traffic, as witnessed by world history. 356



Video: Islamic Justification for the Arab Slave Trade
Vlad Tepes 23 March 2010
This important documentary details both the Islamic justification for the trading of human beings as slaves and how the true history of the slave trade is distorted and outright buried by organizations such as OXFAM and UNICEF due to the take over of the UN by the OIC, or 'Organization of Islamic Conference'. This truly is a stunning document, and makes sense of a lot of history of slavery, Islam, and the west. French & German, subtitled in English.

Arab Slave Trade English titles from Vlad Tepes on Vimeo.

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The Islamic~Arab Slave Trade Over 200 Million. ... Cap and Trade-know the facts. ...

Skunks - Genocide - When the slave trade got to Christians by Arabs Mar 29, 2010 by Skunks
It was time, wrote the African anthropologist and economist Tidiane N'Diaye, "that the Arab-Islamic slave trade, the genocide tantamount, is thoroughly investigated and are equally comes to language, such as the transatlantic ...

Two Views of The History of Islamic Slavery

The legacy of Arab-Islam in Africa: a quest for inter-religious ... John Alembillah Azumah - 2001 - 264 pages
This.. book reassess the presence of Islam in Africa.

The Bloody Legacy of Arab Islam in Africa
Posted in African Theater, Islamic Expansionism by Rob Taylor on November 12th, 2007
Here’s an interview with John Alembillah Azuma, author of the most important book Black Americans thinking of converting to Islam will ever read, The Legacy of Arab-Islam in Africa. In the book Azuma proves definitively not only that Arab Muslim enslavement of Blacks is more pernicious than any other slavery in the world (indeed it still goes on today), but that it was in fact viler and more vicious.
Compared to the white washes of Arab racism that most “academics” participate in, Azuma’s book is a breath of fresh air that exposes the ugly truth about Arab Imperialism and its consequences when embedded in a religious community. I’ve blogged about Arab racism toward Blacks leading to murder and genocide, this book is my evidence of that truth.
If you don’t read the book at least watch the interview and learn about the horrors of 1400 years of systematic rape, torture and murder perpetrated on innocent Africans by Arab Imperialists:

& now...

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Islamic Jihad massacres, as hate crimes en-masse

Every Islamic terror act, anywhere, is a clear cut case of intolerance. It is always against the "other."

True, by Islamic Jihad any infidel targets are fair-game. It's just that some groups are easier targets than others, as "justification" are aided by propaganda, often backed by some radical liberals in the West. Such are many Muslim aggressors posing as "victims." For instance, those Arab immigrants' grandchildren, invaders in Jews' Israel/Palestine who go by the title "Palestinians," while some in the West really buy the notion that these mass-murderers (who hide behind civilians, to bring about casualties, to be used as trophies) are just about "Palestine-Arab-State," ignoring or unaware of their real ethnic cleansing aims from the entire Holy Land.

Ethno-religious hatred classics:

Arab supremacy --derived from Koran, Koranic spirit and themes-- especially resulting in enslaving Africans and Asians in the Arab world (often having the "inferior" non-Arabs as 'sex-slaves' as well) and the genocide in the Sudan (of already 3.5 million, since the 1950s) by a classic combination of Arab racism and Islamic Jihad. The same diabolical combination that "founded" (in the 1920s) the Arab Vs Israel "conflict," by infamous Mufti who collaborated with the ultimate 'racists' - the WW2 Hitler/Nazis. Ever since, the 'holy war' against the Jews in the land has always been under the dual slogan of Allah Akbar and Itbach al-Yahud (AKA genocide). Leaving also behind, an inspired legacy of decades (and current) of ugly Nazi style cartoons in the hateful Arab press.

The Armenian Genocide 1915-23, was both: Turkish ethnic supremacy and an overall holy war against Christians. The same goes to Turkish anti-Greek and anti-Assyrian genocide. Totaling a combined 2.7 million Christian victims.

Ethno-Religious Moro-Muslims VS Philippines' natives.

Ethno-Religious Malay-Muslims VS Thai natives.

Ethno-Religious Islamic-Hausa-Fulani VS Igbo Christians in Biafra Nigeria - 1960s-70s (3 million dead).
Current (2011-13) Boko Haram Islamic mass-murder campaign in that country, deepens the Ethno-Religious divide.

Farrakhan's Nation of Islam Black-Muslim supremacy's anti-White racism is deeply woven with radical Islamic vision. So were its linked Zebra murders in the 1970s and the Beltway snipers shootings in 2002.

Ethno-Religious "pure-Muslim" Pakistani VS Bangladeshi (regarded as the impure) genocide - 1971 (3 million dead).

Ethno-Religious "Palestinian" and Lebanese Muslims VS Christian Natives Maronites in Lebanon. 1970s-2000.

Iran-Iraq war - 1980s (a million victims - at least). Racism (Arab supremacy vs Aryan-Iranians) and "we are the true Muslims" motivation, on both sides.

Pakistani Sunnis and Shiites VS Ethno-Religious Ahmadis, resulting in mass violence. So is rampant anti-Ahmadi bigotry among "Palestinian" Arabs.

Ethno-Religious Muslim-Uighur VS Han native Chinese. Terror attacks (not just against government but against ordinary Chinese too) recorded.

Ethno-Religious Indonesian Muslims VS Chinese (1999 mass rape and murder) and VS native Catholics in E. Timor (200,000 victims).

One of the ardent supporters and admirers of Osama bin Laden, who celebrated 9/11 massacre, the pan-Arab, pan-Islamic AEL (Arab European League) founded by Arab Lebanese, former Hezbollah D. A. Jahjah, has been accused of inciting racism and violence in Belgium.

Ever since the bloody 'Islamic theme of al-Aqsa' intifada erupted (2000), Jews in Europe have been even an easier target to Islamic anti-Semitism, physical attacks and attempted ethnic cleansing. Such as by Arab/African Muslims in France; by Turkish/Iranian Muslims in Germany; by Arab-Muslims in the Benelux, Sweden and Norway. The kidnappers and torturers to death of Ilan Halimi  to the sound of reciting the Koran (Paris, 2006) --for instance-- were inspired by Hamas literature.
The (2012) Toulouse school massacre by Mohamed Merah of the Islamic hate group 'Forsane Alizza,' (NYT reported Jan/23/12, that its site was laced with hate posting, it typically claimed to be Islamophobia," and the DailyTelegraph reported Mar/23/12, that in Jan/12, "Forsane Alizza was banned in France for inciting racial hatred,") made sure to mention those "Palestinians."
Likewise, Arabs in Latin America, have been targeting Jews.

The Pakistani Jihadi Lashkar-e-Taiba ("Army of the Pure") in Mumbai (2008), aided by the ISI (Pakistan Spy Agency) specifically targeted Whites, and even more so the Jews.

Ethno-Religious Arab-Muslims VS native Coptic-Christians in Egypt, hate crimes still going on...

Ethno-Religious (mostly separated by origin/ethnicity as well) Shiite VS Sunnis, and vice versa in Iraq (Zarqawi argued that 'Shia were more dangerous than the "Zionists and Crusaders,"' Egyptian Cleric -Mar/09- "Shiites are worse than Jews,") and in Pakistan. 
Sunni Vs Alawites, Syria (al-Qaeda cleric's Fatwa -Jul/12- calls Alawites, "greater infidels than the Christians and Jews").
Bloodshed going on, full force.
A study about 2011 worldwide terror attacks -for example- found 70% of the (over 12,000) killings were perpetrated by Sunni Muslims. That includes: al-Qaeda, Taliban, and others.

Last point but not least: most "conflicts" and bloodshed around the globe today ARE correlated to Islamism.

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Iraq, Sudan, Syria, Somalia, Eritrea, Nigeria, Yemen, Afghanistan (Taliban), “Palestinians,” Lebanon, Venezuela-Colombia drug war (Farc).



Benghazi follow-through
By Boston Herald Editorial Staff
Monday, October 8, 2012

Lassitude has not been limited to al-Qaida. Hezbollah and its backer, Iran, clearly were behind the deadly assault on a U.S. Marine barracks in Lebanon in 1983; a planned retaliation on a Hezbollah base was dropped. The bombing of the Khobar Towers in Saudi Arabia in 1996 by a Hezbollah affiliate was, the FBI concluded, engineered by Iran; no counter-blow was launched. was quiet outside the U.S. Consulate as evening fell on Benghazi.

Officials: Iran behind advanced, lethal IED - Army News | News from .../
Feb 11, 2007 – ... the highest levels of the Iranian leadership of arming Shiite militants in Iraq with sophisticated ... Officials: Iran behind advanced, lethal IED ...

Iran Deploys Troops, Ballistic Missiles To Eritrea
The Cutting Edge
Joseph Grieboski December 8th 2008
Cutting Edge Foreign Editor

Iranian ships and submarines have deployed an undisclosed number of Iranian troops and weapons at the Eritrean port town of Assab, according to opposition groups, foreign diplomats, and NGOs in the area.

The city of Assab sits at the Horn of Africa in the Arabian Sea. As such, Assab offers a strategic position as the world nervously eyes the precarious routes through which a seaborne oil traverses daily.

Local sources have reported that Iran recently sent soldiers and a large number of long-range and ballistic missiles. The military basing came after Iran signed an accord with Eritrea to revamp the Russian-built refinery used by the Eritrean Oil Company, also known as Assab Oil Company.

Ethiopia: Iran Steps In As Eritrea Attacks
Jun 19, 2008 – June 19, 2008: For several years Eritrea and Iran have made friendly diplomatic gestures and discussed economic cooperation In mid-May the ...

Yemen summons Eritrean ambassador for alleged arms supply to ...
Nov 10, 2009 – Yemen summons Eritrean ambassador for alleged arms supply to rebels ... using Eritrean soil as a base by Iran, but providing no further details.

Yemen Sees ‘Mounting Evidence’ Iran send arms from Eritrea ...
Nov 26, 2009 – Nov. 25 (Bloomberg) — Yemen sees increasing evidence that Iran is arming Shiite Muslim rebels who seized territory on the 1,500-kilometer ...

West accuses Iran of shipping arms to Syria
WZVN-TV-Sep 20, 2012
... who said his city’s Somali immigrants should “accept our culture and leave your .... A spokesman for Iran’s mission to the U.N. did not immediately ... other Western powers expressed serious concern at Iran’s arms exports to ...

FSA threatens to take fight to Hezbollah stronghold in Beirut
The Daily Star-Oct 9, 2012
“They [the Hezbollah detainees] have confessed to killing and slaughtering [people] in Syria,” Masri said, indicating that most of the captives ...

Somalia-Iran Foreign Relations | IranTracker
May 9, 2010 – In 2006, the Somali government accused Iran of attempted to supply the Somali insurgent Union of Islamic Courts militia with weapons, ...

Iran ‘tried to get uranium by arming Somalia’ - Telegraph › News › World News
Nov 16, 2006 – Iran tried to obtain uranium from Somalia in return for supplying weapons to the anarchic country’s Islamist movement, the United Nations said ...

Iran and Syria supplied Somali Islamists with arms, says UN - World ...
Nov 16, 2006 – A UN-commissioned report has accused 10 countries, including Iran and Syria, of breaking an arms embargo on Somalia amid fears that the ...

Hizballah in Africa | Wege | Perspectives on Terrorism
by C Wege - 2012
Africa’s state system, exploited by Hizballah and Iran for a generation,[1] ... Iranian arms smuggling infiltrations from that circle reach into Nigeria, Kenya, and the central African spaces.

‘Hezbollah’s powerbase in w. Africa growing’ - Israel News, Ynetnews › Ynetnews › News › World News
Feb 22, 2012 – Azerbaijan arrests ‘Iran-linked’ attack plotters · ‘Iran, Hezbollah planning ... Prosor said that Hezbollah’s grip on western Africa was part of a growing ... in which criminals and terrorists join forces on drugs and arms trafficking.,7340,L-4193128,00.html

The Iran/Hezbollah Strategic and Terrorist Threat to Africa
Mar 28, 2012 – The Iran/Hezbollah Strategic and Terrorist Threat to Africa. Ely Karmon .... of Africa. Major regional blunder: Iranian Arms Shipment to Nigeria ...

FARC Cash Seized in Costa Rica Linked to Iran & Venezuela | The ...
Mar 25, 2008 – FARC Cash Seized in Costa Rica Linked to Iran & Venezuela ... Information on Russian illegal arms dealer Viktor Bout who was later captured ...

Terror At Hugo Chavez’s Hand -
Jan 21, 2009 – The U.S. is also investigating weapons deliveries to the FARC by Iran, Syria and Russia that violate U.N. sanctions against both Iran and the ...


Iran arming Taliban, U.S. claims - CNN
Jun 13, 2007 – The United States has “irrefutable evidence” that Tehran is transferring arms to Taliban fighters in Afghanistan, a top U.S. diplomat told CNN ...

BBC News - Hague fury as ‘Iranian arms’ bound for Taliban seized
Mar 9, 2011 – The foreign secretary condemns Tehran’s actions after British Special Forces seize a suspected shipment of Iranian arms intended for the ...

Iran’s illegal arms trade: ‘Hypocritical and dangerous’
By Allan Urry
6 June 2011 Last updated at 19:24 ET
Evidence is mounting that Iran is supplying weapons to the Taliban - and that British and other foreign troops are dying in Afghanistan as a result.

“On the one hand it claims to want to come back into the international community, and the next thing they’re doing something that it knows is contrary to what the international community has decided.”

The BBC has seen a letter from the UK Mission to the United Nations, addressed to the chairman of the Security Council committee on Iran, which states without hesitation that Tehran supplied the rockets to the Taliban.

“These rockets originated in Iran and were being transferred to the Taliban at the behest of the Iranian regime,” writes Philip Parham, Charge d’Affaires to the UK Mission.

And this is only one of a number of recent incidents which provide damning evidence of Tehran’s involvement in arms smuggling to Afghanistan and elsewhere.

One such case involved former Royal Marine Andrew Faulkner, who was jailed for two-and-a-half years last year after he admitted trying to smuggle high specification rifle sights to Iran.

Not long ago the weapon of choice for Taliban fighting UK troops in Afghanistan was the improvised explosive device (IED), but in the last 15 months there has been an increase in the number of soldiers shot dead by Taliban marksmen.

The first British victim of the change of tactics by the Taliban in Helmand Province was 23-year-old Corporal Richard Green, from the 3 Rifles, who was shot dead on patrol in Sangin in March 2010.

“So the main threat was IEDs and they had pretty well sorted out the IED threat,” he said.

“Snipers weren’t even considered, he never spoke to me about snipers, ever. It was always about IEDs.”

The sniper scopes Mr Faulkner tried to smuggle were stopped before they reached Tehran, but his arrest led HM Revenue and Customs to a Europe-wide illegal arms racket.

UK Customs tipped off their Italian counterparts, who began an investigation into claims that people inside - or connected to - Iran’s Revolutionary Guard were placing orders for explosive fuses and chemical parts, despite an arms embargo against the country.

Iranian Arms Deals

[Spanish police prevent sale of nine military transport helicopters (March 2011)
Israeli commandos intercept a ship which officials say is carrying arms from Iran to militant groups in the Gaza Strip (March 2011)
Italian officials arrest two Iranians and five Italians suspected of trafficking arms to Iran (March 2011)
British special forces seize a shipment of 48 rockets in Afghanistan - thought to be from Iran (February 2011)]

Nigeria seizes a shipment of rocket launchers and grenades, labelled “building materials”, thought to have originated in Iran (October 2010)
The UN has become so concerned about Iranian links to illegal arms deals - both imports that violate the arms embargo, and exports that violate international sanctions on Iran - it has set up a special panel of experts to advise the Security Council.

Head of that committee is Salome Zourabichvili, who admits diplomatic efforts to halt the deals have not been 100% successful.

“It has been clear to us from what we’ve seen... that [there is a] continuous trend of Iran violating the sanctions and continuing to supply weapons to different non state organisations.”

Analysts believe Iran has been offering help and assistance to Hamas and Hezbollah and recent evidence put before the US Congress suggests links with al-Qaeda.

A leaked copy of a report for the panel for the Security Council sanctions committee says: “Iran’s circumvention of sanctions across all areas, in particular the use of front companies, concealment methods in shipping, financial transactions and the transfer of conventional arms and related material is wilful and continuing.”


AFP: Ahmadinejad visit to bolster Iran-Sudan ties: envoy
Ahmadinejad visit to bolster Iran-Sudan ties: envoy. (AFP) – Sep 25, 2011. KHARTOUM — Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is due to arrive in ...

Wikileaks: Iranian weapons pass through Sudan to Hamas - Sudan ...
Dec 19, 2010
December 19, 2010 (KHARTOUM) – The United States has attempted to stop Sudan being used as a transit for Iranian arms en route to the ...,37331

Who is arming Sudan?
London Review of Books (subscription) (blog)-Oct 2, 2012
He’s an arms expert, and my friend and colleague. .... Hisein Kombola, the camp’s chief, told us that in the Nuba Mountains he had been under fire from what he thought were Iranian Shahab rockets, shot from government positions tens of kilometres away. In different places we were shown remnants of the attacks: Claudio said the two-metre-long warhead fragments weren’t from Shahabs, but Chinese Weishi WS-1 rockets. We later found the catalogue of a company promoting them at an African arms fair. At more than four metres long and with a diameter of 302 mm, they are the largest artillery weapons ever used in Sudan, and according to the catalogue can reach targets up to 45 km away – from the government areas of South Kordofan deep into Nuba rebel areas and South Sudanese territory...
In March, on the border in Jaw, Northern rebels shot down an aircraft, a drone that was probably being used to spot future targets. Data observed on the drone suggest it was assembled in Iran, including components from the European Union – in spite of embargos on both Sudan and Iran. We managed to see some of the videos shot by its camera: according to a military aviation researcher who joined us for some of our trips, the metadata are identical to those of samples from video recorders made by a known British company.

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Infamous Uganda's butcher, Idi Amin, who massacred between 300,000[1] and 500,000 people.[2]

1.) An ardent fanatical Muslim.[3][4][5]

2.) Promoting Islam in Uganda.[6]

3.) Most of his victims were Christians.[7] Many were murdered for their faith.[8]

4.) He campaigned a jihad - holy war against Uganda's Christians.[9] and against Jews.[10]

5.) An anti-White racist.[11]

6.) Anti-Asian, carrying out ethnic cleansing[12] of 60,000 Indians,[13] claiming it was an act of "liberation" and inspired by God...[14]

7.) Brutal dictator.[15]

8.) A Hitler admirer,[16] fascist,[17][18] whose 'fascist regime' was supported by the Soviets[19] and by Libya's 'Islamic Legion.'[20]



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The Grand Mufti of Palestine - Haj Amin al-husseini


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Idi Amin, Murderous and Erratic Ruler of Uganda in the 70's, Dies in Exile
Published: August 17, 2003
Idi Amin, whose eight-year reign of terror in Uganda encompassed widespread killing, torture and dispossession of multitudes and left the country pauperized, died yesterday in Jidda, Saudi Arabia, where he had lived for years in exile. He was believed to have been about 78 years old, though some reports said he was as old as 80.

Mr. Amin had been hospitalized and on life support since mid-July. He died from multiple organ failure, Reuters reported.

For much of the 1970's, the beefy, sadistic and telegenic despot had reveled in the spotlight of world attention as he flaunted his tyrannical power, hurled outlandish insults at world leaders and staged pompous displays of majesty.

By contrast, his later years were spent in enforced isolation as the Saudi Arabian authorities made sure he maintained a low profile. Mr. Amin, a convert to Islam, his four wives and more than 30 children fled Uganda just ahead of an invading force of Ugandan exiles and Tanzanian troops that overthrew his government. They went first to Libya, and eventually to Saudi Arabia.

By the time he had escaped with his life, the devastation he had wreaked lay fully exposed in the scarred ruins of Uganda. The number of people he caused to be killed has been tabulated by exiles and international human rights groups as close to 300,000 out of a total population of 12 million.

Those murdered were mostly anonymous people: farmers, students, clerks and shopkeepers who were shot or forced to bludgeon one another to death by members of death squads, including the chillingly named Public Safety Unit and the State Research Bureau. Along with the military police, these forces numbering 18,000 men were recruited largely from Mr. Amin's home region. They often chose their victims because they wanted their money, houses or women, or because the tribal groups the victims belonged to were marked for humiliation.

But there were also many hundreds of prominent men and women among the dead. Their killings were public affairs carried out in ways that were meant to attract attention, terrorize the living and convey the message that it was Mr. Amin who wanted them killed. They included cabinet ministers, Supreme Court judges, diplomats, university rectors, educators, prominent Catholic and Anglican churchmen, hospital directors, surgeons, bankers, tribal leaders and business executives.

How Idi Amin, the 'Butcher of Uganda' changed my life -- for goodMar 16, 2010 ... Idi Amin with the many medals he had awarded himself .... The Amin soldiers thought the Christians were about to counter-attack and fled the ...


Encyclopedia of Protestantism: Volume 3 - Page 1169 - Hans Joachim Hillerbrand - 2004 - 2195 pages
Throughout the early modern period Christian missionaries and their converts were laying down their lives for their faith in Asia and ... Uganda in the 1970s dictator Idi Amin put thousands of Christians to death for their faith. ...

The Least Likely: If God Can Use Them, He Can Use You! - Page 143 - Kevin Desmond - (Monarch Books) 2005 - 176 pages
Especially violent was the brutal dictator Idi Amin, who killed as many as 300000 of his fellow citizens. ... Idi Amin's attempt to stamp out all the Christians in his country forced Bishop Festo and his wife to flee Uganda. ..


Muslim Attitudes to Jews and Israel: The Ambivalences of Rejection, Antagonism, Tolerance and Cooperation, Moshe Ma'oz, Sussex Academic Press, 2009, Page 253
February 1972, the Muslim president of Uganda, Idi Amin, visited Qadhafi in Tripoli and received promises of military and financial assistance if he cut off relations with the "Zionist entity." In a joint statement, both presidents emphasized their desire to base their regimes on Islam and expressed their support for "the Arab struggle against Zionism and Imperialism." One month later, Idi Amin severed Uganda's diplomatic relations with Israel and called on all Israelis to leave Uganada.
Since then, Amin became a sworn enemy of Israel and the Jews... Amin's anti-Semitism reached a peak when, in September 1972, he sent a telegram to UN secretary-General Kurt Waldheim in which he applauded the massacre of Israeli Olympic athletes in Munich and added that Germany was the most appropriate for this because it was where Hitler burned more than six million Jews...

... Amin's "Hitler telegram" elicited angry reactions in the world at large and many African laeders, including Muslims, denounced it. In September 1972, Amin declared the black Jewish community of Uganda, known as the Abayudaya (Jews), to be illegal and their synagogues were destroyed...

Nyerere and Africa: end of an era - Page 64 - Godfrey Mwakikagile - 2009 - 740 pages
Idi Amin... earned himself a place in history for his atrocities and buffooneries... An eccentric and bizarre character, he admired Hitler and tried to emulate him. He even wanted to build a monumenty to the Fuhrer...

And through the yeas, he also targeted assorted groups, including real and [p. 65] perceived enemies, across the spectrum, and praised Hitler as a true nationalist for persecuting and exterminating Jews. He even expelled almost all Asians from Uganda in 1972, including Ugandan citizens of Asian - mostly Indian and Pakistani - origin, and gave them only three weeks to leave the country. About 70,000 left Uganda...
President Julius Myerere of Tanzania condemned Idi Amin for expelling the Asians and called him a racist.

New Black Panther Party (NBPP): Islamism, racism, violence, hatred

New Panthers' war on whites | Newsnet 14

Oct, 2008

Shabazz is chairman of the New Black Panther Party’s Philadelphia chapter. In black beret atop dreadlocks and a black military uniform, he spends most weekdays near City Hall condemning “crackers” and exhorting black passers-by to rise up against their “slavemasters” – and to give him $2 for the party’s semi-annual newspaper.

He is one of the most recognizable black militants in a city known, since the days of MOVE, for its vocal black-extremism community.

The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), which monitors hate activity globally, listed the New Black Panther Party as among the most active and tough-talking of black-separatist groups.

Black Hebrews also have grown increasingly active in recent years, according to the SPLC, especially in Philadelphia, where robed street preachers shout out their beliefs daily near City Hall, the Convention Center, Germantown Avenue and other heavily trafficked areas.

Followers of the movement claim that African-Americans are God’s true chosen people because they, not the people traditionally known as Jews, are the real descendants of the biblical Hebrews.

Their views, while often just as extreme, tend to be couched in religious rhetoric about “Edomites” (the descendants of Esau) and such terms that barely slow the stride of most passers-by.

But Shabazz is more blunt in his views:

* On whites: “I’m about the total destruction of white people. I’m about the total liberation of black people. I hate white people. I hate my enemy. . . .”

* On Jews: “I don’t care how much they try to promote the Jewish Holocaust. The African people have suffered a hell of a cost. . . . ”

* On Barack Obama and voting: “He’s a puppet on a string. I don’t support no black man running for white politics. I will not vote for who will be the next slavemaster.” Besides, he added, Obama is “a Negro who doesn’t even support reparations for black people in America.”

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New Black Panther Party for Self Defense... Shabazz, a former Nation of Islam (NOI) member... [racism, bigotry, anti-semitism (including the dreadful "ideology" by the Nation Of Islam to rewrite slavery history like ignoring the Arab-Muslim main guilt, focusing only on the whites and exaggerating or even lying on some Jews' supposed role in that dominating Arab and [white-]Christian trade), alliance-Muslim community, Islamism by the Shabbazz's and "Divine Allah"... (incidently there's an anti-Israel bigoted "busy" poster on wikipedia]

New Black Panther Party - DiscoverTheNetworks When Malik Shabazz comes to your campus, be ready for a fiery, racist, anti-Semitic and anti-Israel rant. ... takes a paramilitary posture and often threatens violence. ..... The NBPP has been influenced by the original Black Panther Party, by the Nation of Islam and by the ideas of a “black Holocaust” and the ...

The US Report - The US Report - The New Black Panther Party not ... Jul 7, 2010 ... But now there's a New Black Panther Party—that Party maintains its own website, ... knew each other and the violence occurred over a female both were interested in. ... on some in the NBPP who have been part of the Nation of Islam. ... perhaps fanning racial hatred for purposes of political power.

Malik Zulu Shabazz

Born Paris Lewis, Malik Shabazz has been involved in increasingly radical Black Muslim politics since the early 1990s and now leads the violently anti-Semitic New Black Panther Party.

A graduate of Howard University and its law school, Shabazz early on went to work as a campaign aide and then spokesman for Marion Barry, the three-term Washington, D.C., mayor implicated in a cocaine sting in 1990. (At around the same time, in 1989, Shabazz was part of the Defiant Giants rap group, where he called himself Zulu King Paris and helped cut an album called "Rise, Black Man, Rise.")

Shabazz then signed up with the black supremacist Nation of Islam and played a key role organizing and promoting that group's 1995 Million Man March, telling one group of high school students that "America should be glad that every black man is not on a killing spree."

Another Nation official, Khalid Abdul Muhammad, who had been a key deputy of Nation leader Louis Farrakhan, moved away from the Nation during this period and began associating with the New Black Panther Party, which was formed from small groups in Milwaukee and Dallas that began operating around 1990.

By about 1997, Shabazz had followed his mentor Muhammad — who by now was famous for vicious tirades against whites, Jews, Catholics and homosexuals — into the New Panthers, rising to become the party's chief spokesman.

"We will never bow down to the white, Jewish, Zionist onslaught," Shabazz said around this time. Muhammad, Shabazz added with evident delight, was the man "who gives the white man nightmares ... who makes the Jews pee in their pants at night."

Remarkably, in 1998, Shabazz was named "Young Lawyer of the Year" by the National Bar Association, the leading black lawyers' association. The same year, he ran unsuccessfully for the Washington, D.C., city council. Also in 1998, Shabazz co-organized a Panther takeoff on the Nation's marches, leading a much smaller Million Youth March in Harlem, N.Y., that ended in clashes with police.

When Muhammad died unexpectedly in February 2001, Shabazz took over the New Panthers and moved its headquarters from New York to Washington. He began to build the group up by traveling around the country — to Cincinnati, Louisville, Ky., and Decatur, Ala., among other places — to protest police brutality.

And while not as incendiary as Muhammad had been, he made similarly strident remarks. In 2001, for instance, he told Fox News' "Hannity & Colmes" show that he was not anti-Semitic. He had many Hebrew friends, he said, but they "happen to be black." (He was referring to the belief of some black nationalists that they, not the Jews, are the real Hebrews of the Bible.)

The next year, Shabazz traveled to Georgia to show his support for Jamil Abdullah Al-Amin, the former H. Rap Brown, who was ultimately convicted of murdering a black sheriff's deputy in Georgia. In early 2003, Shabazz organized another activist group, Black Lawyers for Justice, and also came out with another rap album, featuring parts of his speeches and entitled "Amerikkka's Most Hated," that harshly attacked the Bush administration.

On Sept. 6, Shabazz's Panthers organized a Second Million Youth March — this time in Brooklyn, N.Y. Though the Panthers said they expected to draw 20,000, fewer than 1,000 marchers actually turned out.,6

New Black Panther Obama DOJ refused to prosecute: 'I hate white people – all of them!'

SKODA: I was hoping one thing I would ask the NAACP to do, and it revolves around the new Black Panther Party. I mean, Malik Shabazz has suggested that crackers and children of police be murdered. I would hope that he is as energetic --

Alana Burke: Racism can be subtle, pernicious Record-Searchlight - ‎01/08/2010‎
Overt is King Samir Shabazz of the New Black Panther Party telling blacks: “You want freedom? You're gonna have to kill some crackers! ...

Former Justice Department Lawyer Accuses Holder of Dropping New Black Panther Case for Racial Reasons
Jun 30, 2010 ... "I mean we were told, 'Drop the charges against the New Black Panther ... In the final days of the Bush administration, three Black Panthers -- Minister King Samir Shabazz, Malik Zulu Shabazz and Jerry Jackson -- were charged in a civil complaint with violating the Voter Rights Act in November 2008 by using coercion, threats and intimidation at a Philadelphia polling station -- with Shabazz brandishing what prosecutors called a deadly weapon.

Justice Department Files Suit Against New Black Panthers
Jan 9, 2009 ... A former Nation of Islam member, King Samir Shabazz revived the ... "I hate white people. All of them. Every last iota of a cracker I hate ... You want freedom? You're gonna have to kill some crackers. You're gonna have to kill some of they [sic] babies. Let us get our act together. It's time to wake up, clean up, and stand up."

National Geographic Channel - Going Inside the New Black Panther Party
Jan 9, 2009 ... King Samir Shabazz is the chairman of the Philadelphia chapter of the New Black ... cause I'm going to let you know now, I do not like white people... had first seen him on the cover of the Philadelphia Weekly magazine with his fist raised in the air and fury in his face next to the caption "F*** Whitey's Christmas"? On his myspace page, he calls for violence against whites and police officers. I wasn't certain how I would feel about him when we finally talked...
[National Geographic Video, where he incites against whites]:

'Want freedom? Kill some crackers!' New Black Panther Obama DOJ refused to prosecute: 'I hate white people – all of them!'

Posted: July 07, 2010 11:45 pm Eastern

Minister King Samir Shabazz, aka Maurice Heath...

"You want freedom? You're gonna have to kill some crackers! You're gonna have to kill some of their babies!"

Those were the words of Minister King Samir Shabazz, also known as Maurice Heath, the New Black Panther Party's Philadelphia leader.

Shabazz is the same man the Obama administration Department of Justice refused to prosecute after he was filmed on Election Day 2008 with Jerry Jackson wearing paramilitary uniforms, carrying a nightstick and blocking a doorway to a polling location to intimidate voters.

The following YouTube video posted by Naked Emperor News shows his statements during a National Geographic special on the New Black Panthers:

"I hate white people – all of them! Every last iota of a cracker, I hate 'em," Shabazz shouts into a megaphone on a crowded sidewalk. "Through South Street with white, dirty, cracker whore [expletive] on our arms. And we call ourselves black men with African garb on."

Then Shabazz spotted a black man embracing a white woman.

"What the hell is wrong with you, black man?" he shouted into his megaphone. "You [inaudible] with a white girl on your damn arm!

"You want freedom? You're gonna have to kill some crackers! You're gonna have to kill some of their babies!"

In a 2008 interview with the Philadelphia Inquirer, Sabazz said, "I'm about the total destruction of white people. I'm about the total liberation of black people. I hate white people. I hate my enemy. ..."

National Geographic describes the New Black Panther Party as "a militant hate group headquartered in Washington, D.C., that seeks to redefine the black struggle for equality and demand liberation from what it sees as white supremacy."

In the video clip above... New Black Panther Party member Minister King Samir Shabazz is shown intimidating voters with racial epithets. In another clip, he is shown screaming at individuals saying things like:

"I hate white people. All of them. Every last iota of a cracker I hate him...white, dirty cracker're going to have to kill some crackers. You're going to have to kill some of their babies."

The individual standing next to Mr. Shabazz is Jerry Jackson. Very little has been mentioned about him, but last year, I posted images from Mr. Jackson's MySpace page (before his MySpace page was pulled offline) which shows Mr. Jackson to be just as vitriolic as Mr. Shabazz. Here is a sampling of what was on Mr. Jackson's page (**WARNING: OFFENSIVE CONTENT)

We keep begging white people for freedom! No wonder we are not free! Your enemy cannot make you free, fool! You want freedom, you're going to have to kill some crackers! You are going to have to kill some of their babies! Let us get our act together! (END VIDEO CLIP)
PHILLIPS: That is from a New Black Panther Party rally in Philadelphia.

Jul. 26, 2010
Cracker History 101

BY NOW, you probably know about the videos of the New Black Panther Party's angry Philadelphia leader, King Samir Shabazz, standing outside a Philadelphia polling place on Election Day 2008 holding a nightstick and wearing militia-style clothing while claiming to be "security."
Now, more recent videos of Shabazz have surfaced in which he states, "I hate white people. All of them. Every last iota of a cracka, I hate him." At a South Street festival, he shrieks into a mike: "You want freedom . . . you gonna have to kill some crackers. You gonna have to kill some of their babies."

If Shabazz were aware of all of the great things some "crackers" actually did to help end slavery and the oppression of blacks in the U.S. and to help them get the civil rights they deserved, he might not be so angry. But I can forgive him because he's a victim of revisionist history and hate-group rhetoric - seemingly ignorant of the efforts of white individuals to rid this society of discrimination, prejudice and racism.

Try Not to Think of a Donkey - Jul 9, 2010 ... "New Black Panther Chief Malik Shabazz Explains the 'Kill White Babies' .... As some of at least 28 people accused of partaking in a machine ...

In the wake of Adams' expose on how the Obama Justice Department abandoned judgments against the Black Panther bullies for the sake of racial politics, a shocking video clip of one of the lead defendants in the Philadelphia voter-intimidation case resurfaced on the Internet. It shows King Samir Shabazz during a 2009 National Geographic documentary interview spewing:

"You want freedom? You're gonna have to kill some crackers! You're gonna have to kill some of their babies!"

These death threats and white-bashing diatribes are nothing new. Last August, I reported on a sign on display outside New Black Panther defendant (and elected member of Philadelphia's 14th Ward Democratic Committee) Jerry Jackson's home. It reads: "COLORED ONLY: No Whites Allowed." In July 2009, I interviewed poll watcher Christopher Hill, whom Shabazz and Jackson called "cracker" several times while Shabazz brandished his baton.">

In recent days, commentators like Rush Limbaugh have delighted in showing a video of King Samir Shabazz, who the group says was suspended for a year, saying, “I hate white people. All of them. Every last iota,” and suggesting the killing of white babies.

New Black Panther Party defendant: ''You're going to have to kill some crackers. You're going to have to kill their babies'' ...Jul 7, 2010 ... Meet King Samir Shabazz of the New Black Panther Party. ... Every last iota of a cracker I hate him....... Narrator: Samir will use ... What's a matter with you black man, you got a doomsday with a white woman on your arm. ... have to kill some crackers. You're going to have to kill their babies'' ... 

Meet the New Black Panther Eric Holder Dropped Charges Against... Jul 7, 2010 ... His name is "King Samir Shabazz" and he's speaking about white ... SHABAZZ: I hate white people. All of them! Every last iota of a cracker, I hate him! ... You're going to have kill some of their babies. ... Until they go out and kill some crackers the New Black Panthers are a bunch of pretenders. ...

Just what does the Nation of Islam believe?
Jun 9, 2010
The Nation of Islam(NOI), the New Black Panther Party(NBPP), and several other “black Muslim” groups preach racial supremacy, racial holy war against white people, and racial extermination as a RELIGIOUS BELIEF! ...

Nov 1, 2009 ... Shabazz's NBPP is a controversial black extremist party whose ... dumb and blind," referred to the "white racist government of ... The deceased chairman of the NBPP, Khallid Abdul Muhammad, is a former Nation of Islam ...

The NBPP is a controversial black extremist party whose leaders are notorious for their racist statements and for leading anti-white activism. Malik Zulu Shabazz, NBPP national chairman, who has given scores of speeches condemning "white men" and Jews, confirmed his organization's endorsement of Obama in a recent interview with WND.

"I think the way Obama responded to the attack on him and the attempt to sabotage his campaign shows true leadership and character. He had a chance to denounce his pastor and he didn't fall for the bait. He stood up and addressed real issues of racial discord," stated Shabazz.

Shabazz boasted he met Obama last March when the politician attended the 42nd anniversary of the voting rights marches in Selma, Ala.

"I have nothing but respect for Obama and for his pastor," said Shabazz, referring to Jeremiah Wright, Obama's pastor of nearly 20 years.

It is Wright's racially charged and anti-Israel remarks that were widely circulated this month, landing the presidential candidate in hot water and prompting Obama to deliver a major race speech in which he condemned Wright's comments but not the pastor himself.

Speaking to WND, Shabazz referred to Obama as a man with a "Muslim background, a man of color."

Shabazz's NBPP's official platform states "white man has kept us deaf, dumb and blind," refers to the "white racist government of America," demands black people be exempt from military service and uses the word "Jew" repeatedly in quotation marks.

Shabazz has led racially divisive protests and conferences, such as the 1998 Million Youth March in which a few thousand Harlem youths reportedly were called upon to scuffle with police officers and speakers demanded the extermination of whites in South Africa.

The NBPP chairman was quoted at a May 2007 protest against the 400-year celebration of the settlement of Jamestown, Va., stating, "When the white man came here, you should have left him to die."

He claimed Jews engaged in an "African holocaust," and he has promoted the anti-Semitic urban legend that 4,000 Israelis fled the World Trade Center just prior to the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.

When Shabazz was denied entry to Canada last May while trying to speak at a black action event, he blamed Jewish groups and claimed Canada "is run from Israel."

Canadian officials justified the action stating he has an "anti-Semitic" and "anti-police" record, but some reports blamed what was termed a minor criminal history for the decision to deny him entry.

He similarly blamed Jews for then-New York Mayor Rudi Giuliani's initial decision, later rescinded, against granting a permit for the Million Youth March.

The NBPP's deceased chairman, Khallid Abdul Muhammad, a former Nation of Islam leader who was once considered Louis Farrakhan's most trusted adviser, gave speeches referring to the "white man" as the "devil" and claiming that "there is a little bit of Hitler in all white people."

In a 1993 speech condemned by the U.S. Congress and Senate, Muhammad, lionized on the NBPP site, referred to Jews as "bloodsuckers," labeled the pope a "no-good cracker" and advocated the murder of white South Africans who would not leave the nation subsequent to a 24-hour warning.

All NBPP members must memorize the group's rules, such as that no party member "can have a weapon in his possession while drunk or loaded off narcotics or weed," and no member "will commit any crimes against other party members or black people at all."

The NBPP endorses Obama on its own page of the presidential candidate's official site that allows registered users to post their own blogs.

The group labels itself on Obama's site as representing "Freedom, Justice, and Peace for all of Mankind." It links to the official NBPP website, which contains what can be arguably regarded as hate material.

The NBPP previously endorsed Obama on the presidential candidate's site, but following publicity of that endorsement, the Obama campaign removed the NBPP posting.


10 Highlighted problems with mainstream Islam

[clarity and concerns are not "bigotry"]


Apes and pigs, the dehumanization of non-Muslims, Christians as pigs and Jews as apes.[1][2][3][4][5] (Or as some Islamic cleric of the 'Bali bombing' called non-Muslims: "worms, snakes and maggots."[6][7]


Had the mainstream Islam really eject its radicals, the Jihadists wouldn't have the motivation to go on, Why else is there Islamic terrorism still active in so many parts of the world? The half-way condemnation, and almost always accompanied by a "but", but the west does this or that argument is still on - after 9 Years from the 9/11 Islamic massacre in 2001.[8][9]


The campaign, hidden or open for implementation for Sharia law. In Sharia, besides the legal basis for the war against the infidel,[10] women are subjucated, which explaines how top Islamic cleric of Australia called non-Muslim women plain "meat."[11]


One of the great imports from the Islamic culture.[12][13]


The so called moderate Muslim leaders that the best they can do is intimidate the west to give in to their Islamic expansion, or else... the radicals will be unleashed.[14][15] The hidden Jihad.


The wide sympathy and support in mainstream Islam to the Palestinian,[16][17][18][19][20] Hezbollah,[21] Taliban,[22] Al Qeada in Iraq tactics of using civilians (indirect murder of their own people) so that the west looks bad. (All of the above causalties are seen by mainstream Islam as nothing else but the 'victims of the west').


With all the 'criticism" of the west, the Islamic world is still practicing Apartheid (in the real sense), religious and gender wise.[23][24][25][26] In the intolerant Muslim world all non-Muslims are either at an inferior status or worse. The Christian minority has dwindeled in Lebanon[27] and among the Jordanian / Palestinian Arabs[28][29][30][31][32] while Muslim population have increased, persection. Islamic bigotry's also at the roots of conflicts, including in the Sudan[33][34] and in Israel/Palestine[35] (in the intolerant Arab - Islamic world[36][37] against the "other"[38]).


The open or silent goal by Jihadists, yet backed by so many in mainstream Islam, towards a Caliphate - a theocratic Islamic dictatorship based on the Sharia (religious Islamic law).[39][40][41][42][43][44]


The Arab-Islamic world is totalitarian[45][46][47][48] - oppressive, even Lebanon that is supposedly the real democracy in that world, the terror Islamic group Hezbollah has immense power. (Iraq is yet to bee seen). Minorities are in even worse shape.


Draw a map and point to the conflicts,[49] then try to detach most of it from Muslims. Here's a partial list: Russia. Somalia. Sudan. Nigeria. Lebanon. Israel. Iraq. Afghanistan. Pakistan. India. Kashmir. Thailand. Philippines. China.

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A quarter of a Million victims by Syrian Alawite Muslims

100,000 Lebanese Christians - during 27 years of occupation

The Syrian Occupation of Lebanon
By Mordechai Nisan 
Operating however transparently under the name and guise of the Arab Deterrent Force authorized by the Riyadh Summit in October 1976, Syrian troops acted to disarm some Lebanese militias at the same time that the national army of Lebanon disintegrated to the diminutive size of 3,000 troops. By 1977, the number of Syrian troops exceeded 30,000, with over 200 tanks. After fighting the Palestinian and other leftist forces, Druzes and Sunnis in particular, the Syrian army then confronted the Christian Lebanese Forces. Indeed, if Syria was to control and pacify Lebanon, it would of necessity need to reduce the core Christian community that gave Lebanon its special national distinction. For three months, during “the 100 Days War” in mid-1978, Syria bombarded Christian East Beirut, specifically Ashrafiyya, which led to the flight of 300,000 people; at this time Syrian forces were also capturing Batroun and Besharre areas in the heart of the mountain area. A flood of Christian refugees and the execution of many Lebanese civilians were the direct result at this stage of the intensification and extension of Syria’s ruthless conquest of Lebanon.

In the 1980s, Syria further expanded its military control in the areas of Zahle, Aley, Nabatiyeh, and Jezzine, prior to the ultimate military capture of the presidential palace at Ba’abda, southeast of Beirut on October 13, 1990. In that final confrontation Syrian forces defeated Lebanese Army units under the command of General Michel Aoun, who had failed in his self-declared “war of liberation”. Syrian military occupation of Lebanon, therefore, incorporated the entire country with the exception of the southern “security zone” under the control of the Israeli Army (IDF) and its Southern Lebanese Army (SLA) ally. One reliable source suggests that the Syrians were responsible for the deaths of approximately 100,000 Lebanese and the flight of about a half a million people from the country.

Syrian Terrorism Against Lebanese
Thousands Of Lebanese Prisoners Have Died In Syrian Prisons Under Torture. Till Now There Are Hundreds Detained In Syria Without Any Accusation Or Trial; Some Of Them Have Been There For 27 Years.


60,000 Palestinian-Arabs - 1970s

Human Rights Internet reporter, 1987, Volume 12 - Page B-107
In 1976, the Syrian army killed more than 23,000 Palestinians. In the three year war-of-the-camps outside Beirut the death toll reached 30,000. An equal number of Palestinians reportedly languish in Syrian prisons.,+the+Syrian+army+killed+more+than+23,000+Palestinians.%22


40,000 Sunnis - 1982

The Massacre of Hama (1982) - Syrian Human Rights Committee
Feb 13, 2004 – The estimated victims range between 30000 and 40,000 civilians ... starting from February 2nd 1982, the Syrian forces put Hama under a siege, ...


40,000 Sunnis - 2011-12

Horror - Child left dead on Syrian sidewalk - International - Catholic ...
Oct 4, 2012 – The civil war which has wracked Syria has taken its toll on civilians with somewhere between 30,000 and 40,000 casualties.


Some of highlighted mass casualties by (political) Islam in course of the last century, from 1915 and on (updated June, 2012)

Of course, there's also a very long list of many thousands of Islamic motivated attacks,[191] affecting: The US, Argentina, UK, France, Spain, Australia, India, Israel, Russia, Germany, Belgium, Denmark, Sweden, the Netherlands, Chechnya, the Philippines, Indonesia, Thailand, Algeria, Pakistan, (example: 6,681 were killed in 2,782 terror attacks in 2011 alone[192]), Iraq, Iran, Egypt, Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Bangladesh, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Morocco, Yemen, Uzbekistan, Gaza, Tunisia, Mauritania, Kenya, Eritrea, Somalia, Nigeria, Sudan, Ethiopia, Mali, Tanzania, Chad, Tajikistan, China, Nepal, the Maldives, Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, Macedonia, etc.[193] Especially, the bloody last decade of [over] 19,000 Islamic terror attacks (between 2001-2012).[194] Some estimated at least 40,000 deaths by Islamists between Sep. 11, 2001-2010, alone.[195]


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