Clear your calendar March 15th: 1pm to 6pm and spread the word.
The Walk will begin March 15 in front of UN headquarters in New York and finish in a rally in front of the White House in Washington, D.C. on April 5.
Come to the UN, and if you can, walk to Fort Lee on March 15th with the
marchers. Check the schedule and join in along the way, even if it's
just for a mile. If you live in NJ, join them there.
It's not just about the Sudan, it's about jihad. This is a protest against an Islamic government which brutally enforces Islam. This is an important wakeup call for people who believe appeasement is a "safe" option.
"The war in the Sudan is all about jihad, religion and culture. The
rule of jihad is peace or war – your choice... When you accept to
become a Muslim you will be at peace. And if you reject Islam then you
are at war." More here
"...the Arab regime of Khartoum sends its soldiers in the field to rape and murder because black African infidels are not judged to be entitled to human rights as defined by the international instruments. The ideology of jihad places infidels outside the law...in Sudan citizenship is based on religion, and only Muslims qualify. The laws relating to citizenship rights place the nation’s black African Christians at the bottom, in legal limbo without status or rights. Muslim men are first-class citizens. The second–class citizens of the Sudan are Arab Muslim men from any other Islamic country, and the third-class citizens are the Arab Muslim women."
excerpted from a 2005 speech by Simon Deng, an escaped slave who will
be there on Wednesday, and will be leading the march. Here is the link for the entire text of the speech here Hat tip Rona
UPDATE: March 9th
Sudan arrests two journalists for incitement AlertNet
KHARTOUM, March 9 (Reuters) - Sudan arrested two journalists after they published a story which reported on an offer to pay for the assassination of a top U.N. envoy, an employee of their newspaper said on Thursday.
Please walk with me on the 15th.
The United States stepped up its calls for Sudan to accept a UN peacekeeping mission in its conflict-torn western Darfur region, and urged aid to the African country to be linked to progress there.
Of course, this is something Sudan does not want under any circumstances. It would impair their ability to conduct those merciless massacres of the infidels. They have given safe haven to al qaeda in Khartoum in exchange for ..........?