Francis Bok speaking about Sudan in New York.
The Organization of the Islamic Conference supports the murderous Muslim regime of Sudan. Hence the UN supports the murderous Muslim regime of Sudan. This is genocide. This is jihad. Millions dead over the past twenty years.
I have marched, rallied, and protested at the UN with former slaves in Sudan in front of the UN. Simon Deng and fighters for freedom have marched from New York's United Nations building to Washington DC year after year to to call attention to the referendum in Southern Sudan, the genocide being perpetrated against the people of Darfur, and the continuation of slavery and other horrific human rights violations thoughout the country.The sillies in Hollywood speak out against the genocide in Darfur, yet remain silent as to the murderers and their ideology.
The left and the Islamic supremacists call us racists while they smile and sanction the wholesale slaughter of blacks, Christians, moderate Muslims, women, and children. Where are the African American leaders? The lefturd leaders? The human rights advocates? Damn them. Damn them all.
And where is our President? Bolton called out Obama on Sudan: "Obama appeasement may rekindle genocide"
UN rejects call by southern Sudan for help during a secession vote. Kenneth Solomon, Red State
Convert, submit or die.
That’s the three choices of infidels under Islam….. and apparently also under those who appease it and/or turn a blind eye.
(Reuters) - The United Nations on Saturday rejected calls by south Sudan to send peacekeepers and set up a buffer zone along the country’s tense north-south border ahead of a southern vote on independence next year.
Sudan’s oil-producing south is 66 days away from the scheduled start of a politically sensitive referendum on whether to secede or stay part of Sudan, a vote promised in a 2005 peace deal that ended decades of civil war with the north.
Two years ago, Al Arabiya producer Nabil Kassem was asked to put together a documentary film on Darfur. What he witnessed there, and recorded in this film, were scenes of unspeakable brutality and untold suffering, scenes he thought would surely wake up an Arab public all too willing to let Darfur pass by. But 'Jihad on Horseback' never made it across the airwaves. Watch part 1 of the film to see perhaps the most provocative Arab documentary ever made.
The Office of the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court in The Hague has again publically alleged that the Government of Sudan is engaged in an ongoing genocide against non-Arab tribes of Darfur. The Sudanese authorities prevented the flow of food to the camps for internally displaced persons (IDPs) and disrupted relief operations, said an aide of the chief prosecutor. ...
[Islam Shalaby] said the government changed its tactics from directly attacking people with weapons to creating difficult conditions for them to survive in. Shalaby said that what is happening in Darfur are not isolated events but consistent government policy that is well thought out and implemented systematically.