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‘GENOCIDE IN ISLAMIC APARTHEID AFRICA’ Arab racism & power – Arab League “condemns” ICC prosecutor of monstrous Al-Bashir

July 30, 2008
Arab League “condemns” ICC prosecutor
It’s Arab racism ‘standing behind the racist genocide on Africans for being non-Arab = blacks’, but it has also a designed policy as a pretext assurance that Arab leaders won’t get charged on their crimes on non Arabs, such as Mauritania’s slavery of blacks, persecution & crimes on indigenous Egyptian Copts [Christians], Kurds, Jews [inside or outside Israel], Maronites, Amazigh (Berbers), Al-Akhdam and on other minorities.

Sudan dictator Omar al-Bashir ‘committed Darfur genocide’ – Telegraph Sudan’s military dictator was held accountable for Darfur’s bloodshed today when the International Criminal Court began

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/africaandindianocean/sudan/2403770/Sudan-dictator-Omar-al-Bashir-committed-Darfur-genocide.html

DARFUR – ARAB RACISM & ISLAMIST OPPRESSION … The Islamist government of Sudan and its Janjaweed proxies.. launched fresh offensives

http://www.petertatchell.net/international/darfurprotest.htm

South Sudan and the problem of Arab racism in Black Africa

http://www.petertatchell.net/international/darfurprotest.htm

Blacks offensive to Arab Muslims (Islamic Apartheid-Arab Racism …Jun 23, 2008 … Things Offensive to Muslims : the BLACK race [ISLAMIC APARTHEID – ARAB … The awful truth is that Arabs ravaged Africa for a 1000 years …

http://www.national-anthems.net/forum/article/misc.immigration.usa/249024

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Latest (news, editorials) on the Genocide by RACIST ARAB MUSLIM SUDAN

December 4, 2007

Latest (news, editorials) on the Genocide by RACIST ARAB MUSLIM SUDANAn Egyptian Makes the Case for America
Yahoo! News – Nov 23, 2007
The discourse coming out of the Arab and Islamic region is a disgrace,” Khalil argued. “In Darfur and south Sudan, severe human rights violations occur — ethnic cleansing, the murder of millions and rape. Yet no one but the West exposes what is happening in south Sudan and Darfur. … It is the West that attacked Serbia. It is the West that established the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia. It is the West that protects the independence of Kosovo.”
http://news.yahoo.com/s/uc/20071123/cm_uc_crmchx/op_54455

Documentary tackles reasons behind genocide in Sudan
Columbus Dispatch, OH – Nov 22, 2007
What Steidel and others discovered was a massive effort by militias backed by the Arab-dominated government to clear non-Arab Africans from Darfur
http://www.columbusdispatch.com/live/content/weekender/
stories/2007/11/22/9A_MOVIES22_–_WKDR.ART_ART_11-22-07_T4_QD8GHCO.html?sid=101

Hamas, Teddy Bears in Sudan and the Muslim Brotherhood  Douglas Farah
30 Nov 2007
 
There are two places where the Muslim Brotherhood exercises governmental power-Sudan and the Palestinian territories. That is, where it controls the levers of the state. It seems to me it is worth looking at these states to see how the Brotherhood would govern if given the chance, and to see the real agenda of the organization that claims to represent moderate, modernizing and tolerant interpretations of Islam.

For an excellent summary of why the Muslim Brotherhood is such an important topic, see this new paper by [http://www.futureofmuslimworld.com/research/pubID.72/pub_detail.asp#%22] Hillel Fradkin of the Hudson Institute.
http://www.analyst-network.com/article.php?art_id=1314

Sudan Christians Concerned As Thousands Demand Teacher’s Execution
BosNewsLife, Hungary – Nov 30, 2007
“In Sudan, a country known for its genocide against Christians, an innocent act by Muslim school children must be result in the punishment of a Christian. …
http://www.bosnewslife.com/africa/sudan/3304-sudan-christians-concerned-as-thousands-deman

Graphic film displays Darfur genocide
OSU – The Lantern, OH – Nov 30, 2007
The Arab militias sponsored by Sudan’s Arab government, known as Janjaweed, launched a series of vast, violent raids on the African Muslims living in Darfur …
http://www.thelantern.com/news/2007/11/30/
Arts/Graphic.Film.Displays.Darfur.Genocide-3125614.shtml

Washington – Nov 18, 2007
African Union’s position not to characterize the Darfur Crisis as a genocide was mainly pushed by this lobby of the Arab League
http://allafrica.com/stories/200711180218.html

EU rights champion urges Europe to act on Darfur
Tue 4 Dec 2007, 17:44 GMT
 
[-] Text [+] By David Brunnstrom

BRUSSELS, Dec 4 (Reuters) – The winner of the European Union’s top human rights prize demanded on Tuesday that the bloc take a more active role in resolving the Darfur crisis, saying it could not simply stand by during “genocide”.

Speaking before an EU-Africa summit this weekend, Sudanese lawyer Salih Mahmoud Osman called on the EU to commit troops for a Darfur peace force and help bring rights abusers to justice.

“Europe has always been talking tough about the policies of the government of Sudan, but we don’t see acts,” he told a news briefing in Brussels. “Europe is confused, it is divided on the issue of Darfur. The EU hasn’t any unified political will.”

International experts estimate 200,000 people have been killed and 2.5 million uprooted in Darfur since mostly non-Arabs took up arms in early 2003 accusing Khartoum of neglect. Khartoum says 9,000 have died.
http://africa.reuters.com/wire/news/usnL04191038.html

,b>FARROW ATTACKS SUDAN’S ‘CRUEL’ LEADERS  2007-12-04…

Actress MIA FARROW has blasted Sudanese leaders for jailing a British schoolteacher accused of blasphemy, calling their treatment of her a typical act of “palpable insanity and cruelty”.
The UNICEF goodwill ambassador hopes the imprisonment of Gillian Gibbons who was incarcerated for allowing her pupils to name a teddy bear Muhammad will highlight the tyrannical control the downtrodden people of Darfur are forced to live under and, in turn, prompt Westerners to help them.
However, Farrow – who was in London on Sunday (02Dec07) to launch new campaign Fund4Darfur – is outraged that Gibbons’ plight grabbed the headlines when the bigger issues facing the war-ravaged folk of Darfur are still being ignored by the media.
She said, “One white woman in peril with a teddy bear has captured more media attention than the past three years of our brothers and sisters in the Darfur region.
“This is the first genocide of the 21st century and the one genocide that is ongoing as we speak. We have ,b>a regime that launched a military campaign on an unarmed population for no other reason than that they are not Arab.” Fund4Darfur will aid the survivors of the fighting between Sudan’s government and Darfur’s rebels, who have been at war for four years, resulting in 200,000 casualties and 2.5 million being forced from their homes.
http://www.pr-inside.com/farrow-attacks-sudan-s-cruel-leaders-r331622.htm

TV Review: HBO – Sand And Sorrow
December 3rd, 2007 by Simon Barrett
Genocide, it’s just a word, it’s a word that you read in history books. But what does it really mean? Well, if you want to get rid of weeds in your lawn you use a herbicide, if ants are invading your house you likely will use a pesticide. You have probably noticed the use of the word ending ‘cide’. There are lots of words that end with ‘cide’ and I can not think of a single one that is good! A little bit of research reveals that ‘cide’ comes from Latin, and in it’s basic form, it means ‘to kill’. Genocide is the systematic removal of a people, and genocide is what is happening in the Sudan right now.

HBO are definitely making a name for themselves in the documentary world, they are willing to take on projects that the other networks turn a blind eye to. Sand And Sorrow takes a very long hard look at the African country of Sudan, more specifically the Darfur region and the genocide that has been taking place.

Without doubt this is one of the worlds poorest regions, with few natural resources, and no strategic geographic location, no-one seems to want to help the people. I may be cynical, but I am sure that if Darfur had oil, the world powers would be breaking their necks to help.

Sand And Sorrow explores what is happening in Darfur, and the findings are not good. This is not about religion, everyone is Muslim, this is about Arab versus Non Arab. The Arab led government in Khartoum is systematically killing the non-arab population of Darfur, moving village by village the militia are killing and raping their way through the region. It is estimated by some that the number of dead exceeds 400,000.

This is must see TV, produced and narrated by George Clooney, this is both a disturbing and frighting look at a situation that we, as decent people should not allow. Sand And Sorrow pulls no punches and the footage that is used is horrific. It not only shows the current status of the Sudan but explores the history and the West’s apparent apathy toward the problem. The US comes out of this in a very poor light, because  Khartoum is on board with the ‘War on Terror’ the US is loath to intervene, the other world body that could help is the UN, but they are portrayed as a toothless Bulldog, growling and snarling, but unable to act for fear of veto by China or Russia.

This is indeed a very sad situation.

I am involved on the fringes of the education system here in Canada, and one of the groups I work with is the Immigrant Youth Organization, these are primarily young people who are refugees, many of who are from the Sudan. I had noticed how reticent they were to discuss their previous lives, through Sand And Sorrow I now understand why. They have lived through a nightmare that is unbelievably shocking.

Sand And Sorrow premiers December the 6th at 8pm on HBO. There is an accompanying web site which contains some interesting background, and a short trailer. If you cannot receive HBO or cannot make the airing you will be able to watch it in its entirety online between December 7th and 9th. After Rwanda I was convinced that the world had learned a lesson, but The Sudan is living proof that we have not.
http://www.bloggernews.net/112116

Darfur is atop Don Cheadle’s agenda
Dec 2, 2007
…Cheadle knows the Navy origins of that phrase, “not on my watch,” the idea being that “if something bad happens while I’m on duty, I’m responsible.” He wants to be responsible, and he’s willing to do the lobbying and legwork to put pressure on the Arab government of Sudan to stop burning African, non-Muslim Sudanese out of their homes and villages.
http://www.orlandosentinel.com/entertainment/movies/orl-darfurnow07dec02,0,7922242.story?coll=orl_entertainment_movies_mezz

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