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መቋጫ የሌለው የአረብ ጭካኔ | የሊቢያ የጠረፍ ጠባቂ ጥቁሩን ሕፃን እና እናቱን ባህር ውስጥ አስጥመው ገደሏቸው

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on July 17, 2018

ትናንት አልጀሪያ፣ ዛሬ ሊቢያ፣ ነገ ግብጽ፣ ከነገ ወዲያ ሞሮኮና ቱኒዚያ

በጣም የሚረብሽ ነገር ነው!

ቪዲዮው ላይ የስፔን አዳኝ ቡድኖች ከሞት የተረፈችውን ሌላ ሕፃን ሜዲተራንያን ባሕር ላይ ሊቢያኖች ከደረመሱት ጀልባ ፈልፍለው ሲያወጧት ይታያል።

እነዚህ አረመኔዎች የእግዚአብሔርን ፍጡር የመጫወቻ ኳስ አድርገውታል፤ ባሕር ላይ በአፍሪቃውያኖች ሕይወት ይጫወታሉ፤ ምን ዓይነት እርኩሶች ቢሆኑ ነው ? አገራችን ከእነዚህ የዲያብሎስ ልጆች ጋር እንዴት ለመተባበር “ተገደደች”? “ኦይል ሊቢያ” አሁንም ኢትዮጵያ ውስጥ አለ? ምነው በቃ! የሚል ወገን ጠፋ? እንደ አባቶቻችን “አረብ አረቡን በለው ወገቡን!“ እያልን አሁኑኑ በቁጣ መዘመሩን ካልጀመረን ውርደታችን እንዲህ ይቀጥላል!

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World Cup 2018 | Why You Didn’t See Black Africans Playing for Egypt, Tunisia & Morocco

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on July 10, 2018

Three out of five nations that represented the African continent at the current FIFA World Cup were North African ‘Arab Nations’. African nations that do have the potential to become world champions have failed to progress because they play in the same continental cup with the very North African nations that betrayed Africans & Christians repeatedly.

In Russia, while all five African nations couldn’t even make it to the 1/8, there are now four European nations in Semifinals – while Egypt, Tunisia & Morocco refuse to allow Black and Christian Africans play in their respective national teams – many Black African Christians play for England, Belgium & France. Isn’t it ironic?! May be not so!

History can teach us why:

The Arabs stripped Africans totally of everything, their history, religions, cultures, names, languages and traditions. Muslim religion overwhelmed African cultures and traditions wherever they conquered Africa, to the extent that Africans in Arab governed states today, no longer bear their original African names, nor do they remember their history. They cannot even recall that they were Black, independent and thriving communities, before the Arabs colonized them. They cannot imagine that they were the original settlers and masters of the entire Arab world. All African natives in Arab governed countries, think that Allah ordained their inferior status to the Arabs.

Egypt is still so intimidated by its glorious Black African past that its Arab government would not allow thorough research into Egypt’s past. President Gamal Abdel Nasser falsified Egyptian history when he declared Egypt an Arab Republic. Anwar Sadat was forced to divorce his Black wife, denounce his Black children and marry a light-skin cousin before becoming Egypt’s President. Egyptian authorities refused to allow American film makers to make a film on the life of Anwar Sadat in Egypt on the ground that the actor chosen for Sadat’s role was Black.

When Morocco left the OAU in 1984, it aspired to become a member of the European Union. In Egypt, Tunisia, Morocco, Algeria, Libya, Sudan, Somalia, Mauritania and the rest of the Arab world, Africans are treated as the scum of the earth. They are second-class citizens at the very best in their own countries. Blacks in these countries cannot aspire to positions of respect or authority. There are hardly Africans in high government positions in Arab governed African countries. Like Brazil, which is just as racially cruel against their Black natives, there is no legislation favoring slavery (except in Mauritania.) It is simply a way of life that’s all. Blacks do not really exist or at best are not humans.

Arabs themselves divide Africa into North Africa and sub-Saharan Africa to instigate a division and as long as the invaders continue to occupy our land and treat us as slaves in North Africa, the two segments of the continent cannot cohabit.

The Arab war against Africans and the Arabization of African lands that started in the 7th century CE. Arabs have since settled on one-third of Africa, pushing continuously southwards towards the Atlantic Ocean. Arabs’ racial war against Black Africa started with their occupation and colonization of Egypt between 637 and 642 CE, decimating the Coptic or Black population. Between 642 and 670 CE, more Arab invaders poured into Africa and occupied areas known today as Tunisa, Libya, Algeria and Morocco, where they physically eliminated most of the native (Berber) inhabitants. The Berbers that escaped death ran westwards and southwards towards the Sahara.

A traveller in Sudan observed in 1930 that “In the eyes of the Arab rulers of Sudan, the Blackslaves were simply animals given by Allah to make life of Arabs comfortable.” In 1962, the Arab Sudanese General, Hassan Beshir Nasr, while flagging off his troops to the war front against Black Africans in South Sudan, declared: “We don’t want these Blackslaves…….what we want is their land.”

The Arabs that invaded Africa and called Africans slaves in their own God-given land are worse than European colonizers. How ironic, if the Europeans stayed away from Africa, the destructive and cancerous nature of Arabness/Islam would have destroyed African nations by now.

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Italy Drive-By Shootings | ጥቁሮችን ማደን ጀምረዋል: Gunman ‘Targeting Black People’ Opens Fire on Pedestrians in City Of Macerata

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on February 3, 2018

ክርስቲያኖች፣ ጥቁሮች” ፡ ጦርነት ላይ እንገኛለን!

በጣልያኗ ማሴራታ አንድ የጣሊያን ናዚ ከመኪና ላይ ሆኖ በመንገድ የሚያያቸው ጥቁሮች ላይ ተኩስ ከፈተ። ጥቁሮች ከቤቶቻቸው እንዳይወጡ የከተማዋ ከንቲባ ማስጠንቀቂያ ሰጠ።

A number of people have been injured after at least one gunman apparently targeting black people opened fire in the Italian city of Macerata, according to reports.

The mayor of Macerata, located about 125 miles (200km) east of Rome, said a “person who sowed panic in our city” was captured after locals were told to stay inside for their own safety.

The person who sowed panic in our city this morning was captured. You can get out of your homes and pick up the kids from school!” Mayor Romano Carancini said in a statement posted on local Facebook sites.

Just an hour earlier, officials had told locals to stay indoors as an “armed man in a car is shooting in the city.”

The website of newspaper Corriere della Sera said a man fired from a car window at two young African migrants shortly after 11am. (10am UK time) Saturday, injuring one of them. A short while later another migrant and an African woman were shot.

Italian police confirmed that all those injured were of “foreign nationality.”

It was unclear how many perpetrators were involved but Italian newspaper La Repubblica said there may have been two people in a black Alfa Romeo.

At least seven people were injured in the attack, according to local reports, and five have been taken to hospital, according to local media reports.The website of newspaper Corriere della Sera said a man fired from a car window at two young African migrants shortly after 11am. (10am UK time) Saturday, injuring one of them. A short while later another migrant and an African woman were shot.

Italian police confirmed that all those injured were of “foreign nationality.”

It was unclear how many perpetrators were involved but Italian newspaper La Repubblica said there may have been two people in a black Alfa Romeo.

At least seven people were injured in the attack, according to local reports, and five have been taken to hospital, according to local media reports.

Source

Pay attention; they are targeting Blacks and Christians, not Arabs and Muslims who are 95% of the migrants.

Bomb The Countries, Push The Migration, Create The Chaos, Offer The Solution. Its Called The Hegelian Dialect…

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Dear Africa, You Know That Arabs Have Mortal Hatred of The Black Race – So, Why are You Helping Them at The United Nations?

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on January 31, 2018

እስምልና እና ባርነት | አረቦች አፍሪቃውያን ህፃናትን እየሰለቡ ለገበያ ያቀርቧቸው ነበር፤ አሁንም!

ይህ ድንቅ የሆነ ጥናታዊ ፊልም ስለ እስልምና ባርያ ንግድ አስደንጋጭ ነገሮችን ያስተምረናል። በአፍሪቃ ትምህርት ቤቶች ከሪኩለም ውስጥ መግባት ያለበት ታሪክ ነው።

እነዚህ ሰይጣኖች በአሁኑ ጊዜ በሊቢያ፣ በኒጀር፣ በሞሪታኒያ እና በሱዳን ተመሳሳይ ዒሰብዓዊ የሆነ ጽንፈኛ ድርጊት እየፈጸሙ ነው

ይህ ዘጋቢ ፊልም በ 1960 ዎቹ ዓመታት ነው የተሠራው። ከብዙ መቶ ዓመታት በፊት አረብ ሙስሊሞች ማን አይነት ጨካኝ የሆነ ድርጊት በአፍሪካውያን ላይ ይፈጽሙ እንደነበር መገመት ትችላላችሁ።

አረቦች ለባርነት ሠርቀው ያመጧቸውን አፍሪካውያን ወንዶች ልጆችን ይሰልቧቸው ነበር (የወንድ ብልቶች እና የዘር ፍሬዎችን)። ሳዑዲ አረቢያ፣ ሊቢያና ሞውሪታኒያ ባሁኑ ጊዜም ቢሆን የተሰለቡ አፍሪቃውያንን ለገበያ ያቀርባሉ።

አረቦች አሁንም ከአውሮፓውያን የበለጠ ጨካኞች እንደሆኑ ዓይናችን እያየ ነው።

Amazing Documentary About The Islamic Slave Trade

These devils doing the same evil now in Libya, Niger, Mauritania and Sudan today.

People need to realize this documentary was made in the 1960’s can you imagine what kind of brutality and dehumanization happened centuries ago, before the evil European came to Africa. The Arabs were, still are more brutal than the Europeans.

President Trump’s “Shithole“ remarks against Africa came, days after the vast majority of African states voted against the recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.

Last night, during his State of the Union speech, President Trump renewed aid threat against countries opposing Jerusalem decision (Africans, in particular).

Last Sunday, the Arab League called for African states to reject Israel’s candidature for UN Security Council (UNSC) seat for 2019-2020.

What now? Will Africans continue demonstrating their solidarity with the same Arabs who are enslaving their children in the deserts of Libya, Niger, Mauritania, Saudi Arabia?

The colonial crimes committed by Arabs, against Africans, through Islam, very often go unchecked and unspoken under the guise of political correctness and avoidance of offending religious sentiments.

For the last 50 years, Africans had frequently been urged to embrace their Arab enemies as their brothers, and to join with them under some version of regional administrative union for „the victims„. Africans have their own matters and problems, they should not waste their time and energy in supporting or condeming entities outside of their continent, so, Africa stay away from the Arab Israeil conflict. Now, should black Africans of today allow these devilish advocates to prevail, then they have nobody to blame but themselves for whatever the Arabs do to them.

Some Important History Lesson

A Special from The New York Times, 1975

Africans Rebuff Arab Call For U.N. to Expel Israel

The Organization of African Unity, refused today to adopt a resolution calling for the expulsion of Israel from the United Nations.

Rebuffing Arab militants, it approved a milder version calling for moves “to reinforce the pressure exerted on Israel at the United Nations and its specialized agencies, including the possibility of eventually depriving it of its membership.”

This resolution, adopted at the closing session of the annual meeting of presidents and premiers of O.A.U. countries, was an unexpected setback for the Arab diplomatic campaign aganist Israel. Among those opposing a direct call for Israel’s expulsion from the United Nations was Egypt, which has been involved in negotiations for a second disengagement accord with Israel in Sinai.

Last month in Jidda, Saudi Arabia, the Arab militants won adoption by a conference of foreign ministers of 39 Islamic countries and the Palestine Liberation Organization of a resolution calling for the expulsion of Israel from the United Nations.

The resolution was recorded as having been adopted without dissent from any of the participants, among them Egypt.

Delegates at the O.A.U. conference here said that at one point during the Middle East debate the Libyan leader, Col. Muammar el‐Qaddafi, shouted that Egypt was failing to support the Palestinian cause. He also complained, delegates said, that President Anwar el‐Sadat of Egypt gave the issue so little priority that he left the session before the debate began last night.

President Idi Amin or Uganda, chairman of the O.A.U., who presided over the conference, was quoted as having asked Mohammed Riad, Mr. Sadat’s foreign affairs adviser, whether Egypt would support Israel’s expulsion from the United Nations. Mr. Riad was said to have replied In the negative.

The measure that was adopted was weaker than either of the two, proposals before the conference—one by Egypt asking that Israel be suspended until she withdrew from occupied Arab lands, and the other by the Palestine Liberation Organization calling for outright expulsion.

The adoption of the weekend version was interpreted as refleeting growing resentment among black Africans In the 42‐nation organization against what they considered inadequate Arab compensation for the effects of increased oil prices.

One member, Zaire, expressed opposition to any move to remove Israel from the United Nations.

However. Zaire allowed the action on the resolution to be recorded as adoption without dissent. The Zaire view was a reservation made afterward in accordance with Q.A.U. practice. Four other countries also presented reservations.

The meetinf, which opened Monday, was boycotted by Tanzania, Zambia and Botswana.

The conference actions included a decision to send a commission, to Angola to look into a possibility of establishing an O.A.U. peacekeeping force there.

On the question of southern Africa, a Geciaration was adopted endorsing further efforts to negotiate with whiteminority governments in Rhodesia and South Africa provided that liberation movements approved. This was a compromise between those countries opposed to any contacts with the white‐minority governrhents and those wanting a dialogue aimed at producing black rule.

TEL AVIV, Aug. 1. Israelis were heartened today when they learned that the conference of the Organization of African Unity in Kampala had bilked at adopting an Arab-sponsored resolution to exclude Israel from the United Nations.

The development was a pleasant surprise to experts in Jerusalem, whose earlier assessments were that the resolution would be adopted.

Officials said it appeared that the number of countries opposing the Arab initiative was growing.

The net test of the Arab initiative is due at the conference of nonaligned nations in Lima, Peru; where the Islamic world will be more strongly represented.

UNBELIEVABLE how much we know about the Atlantic and Roman slave trade, but barely anyone even knows about the 14 centuries of Arab Muslim slave trade with these insanely high death tolles, which included large numbers of African slaves. Africans must be teaching this in their schools too.

Arabs’ Mortal Hatred And Enslavement Of The Black Race

Dr. Azumah in his book: The Legacy of Arab-Islam in Africa provides several examples of Islam’s hatred of Blacks. There is the example in the hadith in which an Ethiopian woman laments her racial inferiority to Muhammad, who consoles her by saying, “In Paradise, the whiteness of the Ethiopian will be seen over the stretch of a thousand years.

No nation in Africa has suffered more in the hands of the Arabs than Ethiopia. It has been going on since Arabs first invaded Africa in the 7th century CE. Recently, with Libya supporting the people of Eritrea, they destroyed the basic structure of Ethiopia, to cut her from the sea and weaken this section of Africa, and eventually all of Africa, for further Arabization. They did this mercilessly with religion.

Ibn Sina (Avicenna 980–1037), Arab’s most famous and influential philosopher/scientist in Islam, described Blacks as “people who are by their very nature slaves.” He wrote: “All African women are prostitutes, and the whole race of African men are abeed (slave) stock.” He equated Black people with “rats plaguing the earth.” Ibn Khaldum, an Arab historian stated that “Blacks are characterized by levity and excitability and great emotionalism,” adding that “they are every where described as stupid.”

Muslim Arab and Persian literature depicts Blacks as “stupid, untruthful, vicious, sexually unbridled, ugly and distorted, excessively merry and easily affected by music and drink.” Nasir al-Din Tusi, a famous Muslim scholar said of Blacks: “The ape is more capable of being trained than the Negro.” Ibn Khaldun, an early Muslim thinker, writes that Blacks are “only humans who are closer to dumb animals than to rational beings.”

al-Dimashqi, an Arab pseudo scientist wrote, “the Equator is inhabited by communities of blacks who may be numbered among the savage beasts. Their complexion and hair are burnt and they are physically and morally abnormal. Their brains almost boil from the sun’s heat…..” Ibn al-Faqih al-Hamadhani painted this no less horrid picture of black people, “…..the zanj (the blacks) are overdone until they are burned, so that the child comes out between black, murky, malodorous, stinking, and crinkly-haired, with uneven limbs, deficient minds, and depraved passions…..”

After the Arabs had conquered Egypt and shortly after Muhammad’s death, they began demanding Nubian slaves from the south. This continued for 600 years. Dominated African kingdoms were forced to send on a regular basis, tributes of slaves to the Arab ruler in Cairo. From as early as the 6th century CE, they had developed slavery supply networks out of Africa, from the Sahara to the Red Sea and from Ethiopia, Somalia and East Africa, to feed demands for slaves all over the Islamic world and the Indian Ocean region. The African male slaves were castrated and used as domestic servants or to work the Sahara salt deposits or on farms all over the Islamic world.

The African female servants were continuously raped before being sold to households to be used as sex labour. Of springs from the illicit encounters were largely destroyed as unworthy to live. Between 650 CE and 1905 CE, over 20, 000,000 African slaves had been delivered through the Tans-Sahara route alone to the Islamic world. Dr. John Alembellah Azumah in his book: The Legacy of Arab-Islam in Africa estimates that over 80 million more died en-route. A text from Dr. Azumah books, provides this quote from a Zanzibar observer about the travails of African slaves en-route to slave markets around the Arabic world.

Arab Muslims melting plastic on a naked Body of an African – in the year 2018

Arabs did not only start and sell African slaves from the 6th to the 19th century in the Islamic world; they were the principal raiders, merchants and middle men for the Atlantic slave trade. In fact, even now, hundreds of years later, millions of African settler slaves are still being discriminated against and treated as the scum of the earth (untouchables) in Pakistan, India, Iran, Iraq, and all the Muslim states of Asia, the Persian Gulf, and Northern Africa.

Arab enslavement of Black Africans continues to this day in the Muslim world, particularly in the Sudan, Niger, and Mauritania. To admit that it is a mistake would be to admit the fallibility of the Qur’an and bring its divine origin into question. Even today, Muslims act as if Islamic slavery was a favor done to the millions of unfortunate men, women and children who were forcibly uprooted from their native lands and sent to lives of sexual and mental servitude deep in the Islamic world.

Arab imperialism is worse than European imperialism, only that the latter is less subtle and more widespread. Europeans relatively, have some conscience, not much, but they are, at least, slightly more tolerant of dissent than the Arabs. Europeans did not completely destroy African cultures. Our history and religions yes, while our cultures and traditions were largely derided as primitive and banned, ignored or marginalized. In all areas conquered by Islam, the natives lost their ethnic names, religions, and peculiar way of life, to those of their Arab masters. The slaves or the religiously colonized Muslims are left bare, without a past or future of their own, a worse form of slavery and emasculation.

The Arabs stripped us totally of everything, our history, religions, cultures, names, languages and traditions. Their religion overwhelmed our cultures and traditions wherever they conquered us, to the extent that Africans in Arab governed states today, no longer bear their original African names, nor do they remember their history. They cannot even recall that they were Black, independent and thriving communities, before the Arabs colonized them. They cannot imagine that they were the original settlers and masters of the entire Arab world. All African natives in Arab governed countries, think that Allah ordained their inferior status to the Arabs.

Egypt is still so intimidated by its glorious Black African past that its Arab government would not allow thorough research into Egypt’s past. President Gamal Abdel Nasser falsified Egyptian history when he declared Egypt an Arab Republic. Anwar Sadat was forced to divorce his Black wife, denounce his Black children and marry a light-skin cousin before becoming Egypt’s President. Egyptian authorities refused to allow American film makers to make a film on the life of Anwar Sadat in Egypt on the ground that the actor chosen for Sadat’s role was Black.

When Morocco left the OAU in 1984, it aspired to become a member of the European Union. In Egypt, Tunisia, Morocco, Algeria, Libya, Sudan, Somalia, Eritrea, Mauritania and the rest of the Arab world, Africans are treated as the scum of the earth. They are second-class citizens at the very best in their own countries. Blacks in these countries cannot aspire to positions of respect or authority. There are hardly Africans in high government positions in Arab governed African countries. Like Brazil, which is just as racially cruel against their Black natives, there is no legislation favoring slavery (except in Mauritania.) It is simply a way of life that’s all. Blacks do not really exist or at best are not humans.

Arabs themselves divide Africa into North Africa and sub-Saharan Africa to instigate a division and as long as the invaders continue to occupy our land and treat us as slaves in North Africa, the two segments of the continent cannot cohabit.

The Arab war against Africans and the Arabization of African lands that started in the 7th century CE. Arabs have since settled on one-third of Africa, pushing continuously southwards towards the Atlantic Ocean. Arabs’ racial war against Black Africa started with their occupation and colonization of Egypt between 637 and 642 CE, decimating the Coptic or Black population. Between 642 and 670 CE, more Arab invaders poured into Africa and occupied areas known today as Tunisa, Libya, Algeria and Morocco, where they physically eliminated most of the native (Berber) inhabitants. The Berbers that escaped death ran westwards and southwards towards the Sahara.

A traveller in Sudan observed in 1930 that “In the eyes of the Arab rulers of Sudan, the Blackslaves were simply animals given by Allah to make life of Arabs comfortable.” In 1962, the Arab Sudanese General, Hassan Beshir Nasr, while flagging off his troops to the war front against Black Africans in South Sudan, declared: “We don’t want these Blackslaves…….what we want is their land.”

The Arabs that invaded Africa and called Africans slaves in their own God-given land are worse than European colonisers. How ironic, if the Europeans stayed away from Africa, the destructive and cancerous nature of Arabness/Islam would have destroyed African nations by now.

London Protest Against Slavery in Libya – An Arab Deflecting Blame From Those Arabs Who Are Committing These Crimes – Why was the protest not lead by an African?

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Everyday Racism: ‘Berlin Isn’t as Cosmopolitan as is Often Claimed’

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on January 13, 2018

Whether it is people touching their hair without asking, or bouncers rejecting them from bars, black people in Germany are used to being treated differently based on the colour of their skin.

Saraya Gomis is the daughter of a German mother and a Senegalese father. At the baker, strangers ask her “where I come from”. At a conference, participants persistently speak English with her even though she answers in accent-free German. In the subway, a stranger starts touching her long braids without asking permission.

“I just grabbed that person’s hair too. Strangely enough, she’s completely freaked out,” she says.

The debate about everyday racism in Germany was revived earlier this month when the painter Noah Becker was racially insulted on social media. A commentary on the Twitter account of Alternative for Germany MP Jens Maier described Becker as a “little half negro”. The tweet referred to an interview in which the son of tennis legend Boris Becker and Barbara Becker said that Berlin was a “white city” compared to Paris and London. He himself had been attacked because of his skin colour, he said.

“Noah Becker expressed what many black people in Germany unfortunately have to put up with every day. They are insulted, they are disadvantaged in their job search, they struggle to find a place to live,” says Christine Lüders, head of the federal anti-discrimination office.

Many black Germans have the feeling that they are not treated like full citizens of the country, Lüders concludes. “We must counteract this impression, including by openly addressing discrimination and clearly putting racists in their place.”

Saraya Gomis is an anti-discrimination commissioner for the Berlin Education Department and volunteers against racism. When she goes to the opera with young Arabs, Turks and black people in the bourgeois Berlin-Charlottenburg district, she experiences “little moments of silence”.

“The silence, those glances – you have to endure them,” she says.

When pupils, parents, and in rare cases teachers, who feel discriminated against on the grounds of their sexual orientation, disability or ethnicity, come to see her, she can relate to them. She has experienced enough discrimination herself in Berlin.

Gomis laughs a lot, even when she talks about embarrassing social situations. In connection with her work against racism she often receives hate mail. The basic tenor of these mails is a feared “genocide against the Germans”. The writers often accuse black people of being “oversexualized and less intelligent”.

Berlin, Gomis says, is by no means as cosmopolitan as is often claimed. People with a migrant background often experience being rejected by restaurants, she states. “You’ll realize half the places aren’t for me. I’ll just have the shisha bar.”

The complaints received by the Federal Anti-Discrimination Office also show that ethnic minorities in Germany need to develop a thick skin.

In one case reported to them, a 19-year-old was travelling by bus from Berlin to Leipzig. She reported that the bus driver greeted her with the words “I’m not going to South Africa”. In the end the bus company sent an apology and a free travel voucher.

Flippant comments hurt in the short term. But other cases have a bigger impact on people’s lives. In one instance a dark-skinned woman was rejected for an apprenticeship at an insurance company. The woman contacted the anti-discrimination office after the insurance company had justified its refusal on the grounds that customers would be afraid of her.

Not every racist action is as clear. Often the person’s ethnicity is not openly discussed. Nevertheless, people with African parents often experience that they receive more rejections in their search for accommodation than others, and are often rejected by bouncers or approached by strangers looking for drugs.

Sometime the misunderstandings happen when Germans are too eager to help.

The journalist Mohamed Amjahid, son of former “guest workers” from Morocco, describes in a book how he desperately tried to report on the new “German welcome culture” at Munich central station in summer 2015, as refugees were arriving in the country.

Instead of answering his questions, an “elderly woman in a dirndl” wanted to force a bar of soap on him. “Soaap is goood “, she repeated persistently – despite the fact that he introduced himself to her as a journalist from Berlin.

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My Note: Of the 3.5 million living in Berlin, 850,000 are ‘foreigners’. Around one quarter were of Turkish origin (200.000) There were around 3 million people in Germany who held citizenship of an Arabic country, of which 100,000 live in Berlin.

I remeber a friend of mine once telling me that the main reason many people of Ethiopian origin left Berlin for good was because of rough Arab and Turkish intolerance towards the mainly Christian Ethiopians.

Around May, last year, 15 Eritrean newcomers who were working for a Turkish company in Berlin were fired because they refused to remove their Crucifixes hanging around their necks.

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ዝምታው አይብቃንም እንዴ?! | European Governments Complicit in Horrific Abuse Of Refugees and Migrants

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on December 13, 2017

ዝምታው ይብቃ!

የቅርብ ዘመዶቻችን ሊሆኑ ይችላሉ! አዎ! በክርስቶስ ወንድሞቻችንና እህቶቻችን ናቸው

እርኩሶቹ የዔሳው እና የእስማኤል ዘሮች የያዕቆብ ዘር በሆኑት ክርስቲያኖች ላይ እየፈጸሙት ያለውን አሰቃቂ በደል ሁላችንም እያየን ነው። ከዚህ የበለጠ ማስረጃ አለን? በአገራችን እርስበርስ ሲያባሉን፣ ባሕር ማዶ ደግሞ እየበሉን ነው። በፍርድ ቀን፡ አላየንም፣ አልሰማንም፣ አላወቅንም ማለት ፈጽሞ አይችላም፤ ሁሉም ነገር ተቀርጿልና።

ወደ አውሮፓ ማስገባት የፈለጉት በጥባጮቹን አረቦችና ሙስሊሞች ብቻ ነው፤ ክርስቲያን አፍሪቃውያኑን ያው በዚህ መልክ ይመነጥራሉ፣ የባርነቱንና የግርፊያውን ስዕል ደግሞ እንደ ማስፈራሪያ እየተጠቀሙ አፍሪቃውያኑ ወደ አውሮፓ እንዳያመሩ ይሻሉ፤ ሁለት ወፍ በአንድ ድንጋይ! እርጉም የዲያብሎስ ልጆች

ለመሆኑ፡ በአገራችንOil Libya” የተሰኘው ቤንዚን ማደያ እስካሁን አልተዘጋምን? ይህ ትልቅ ቅሌት ነው! እንደ አባቶቻችን „አረብ አረቡን በለው ወገቡን!“ ብለን ወደ መንገድ የምንወጣበት ዘመን ላይ እንገኛለን እኮ!

Not only are European governments aware of the “systematic abuse” and “appalling conditions” that migrants are exposed to by Libyan authorities, they are also involved in these crimes, Amnesty International has claimed in a recent report.

In an attempt to contain the influx of sea-borne migrants and refugees, the EU member states “actively” contribute to “a sophisticated system of abuse and exploitation of refugees and migrants by the Libyan Coast Guard, detention authorities and smugglers”, Amnesty International said on Tuesday.

Tortured. Raped. Sold.
Rescued? No.

Hundreds of thousands of refugees and migrants trapped in Libya are at the mercy of Libyan authorities, militias, armed groups and smugglers, often working seamlessly together for financial gain,” said Amnesty’s Europe Director, John Dalhuisen. An estimated 20,000 people are currently kept in “these overcrowded, unsanitary detention centers,” where “torture is rife,” the group reports.

Held in detention for three months, a man from Gambia told Amnesty about the suffering he endured: “In the center they don’t give food. They beat me with a rubber hose, because they want money to release me. They call the family while beating [you] so the family send money”.

Another man, from Nigeria, named “Victor”, described the fear he felt before setting off from Libya. “I had heard stories of Libyans arresting people at sea and taking them to prison, and from there asking them to call their families to make them send money; and stories of people who had died in the sea. But I feared Libya more; in Libya they treat anyone with a dark skin as an animal…”.

People are tortured.
People are raped.
People are sold.

The EU is “complicit in these abuses”, Amnesty claims, singling out Italy. The EU governments provide support to Libya, train and equip the country’s coastguard with boats and other assistance, and clamp down on rescue efforts by the NGOs, Amnesty reports, in ‘Libya’s Dark Web of Collusion’.

By supporting Libyan authorities in trapping people in Libya, without requiring the Libyan authorities to tackle the endemic abuse of refugees and migrants or to even recognize that refugees exist, European governments have shown where their true priorities lie: namely, the closure of the central Mediterranean route, with scant regard to the suffering caused”, Dalhuisen charged.

The European policies have proved efficient, resulting in a significant drop of sea crossings compared to last year’s figures and even to the first six months of 2017, Amnesty reports. While nearly 84,000 migrants arrived in Italy by sea in the first half of the year, some 33,288 disembarked there between July and November.

Meanwhile, 3,091 didn’t make it to the shore, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) statistics estimate.

Amnesty has urged the EU to “realize the horrific consequences of their policies of containment, recognize their unlawful nature, and reset their co-operation with Libya”, as well as to “enable people to get to Europe through legal pathways”.

The North African nation, ravaged by civil war, has turned into a launch pad for those fleeing persecution, war and poverty and making a perilous journey to Europe. The IOM identified more than 400,000 refugees in Libya, Amnesty says.

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Euro Mediterranean – Eu Agreement on Unlimited Arab Muslim Immigration

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Migration: Ungrateful Europeans Who Adopted The Edomite spirit now Prefer Ishmael & Esau to Isaac & Jacob

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on October 24, 2017

Biblical Prophecy Unsealed Before Our Very Eyes

 

[Genesis 27:39-40]

Then Isaac his father answered and said to him:

Behold, your dwelling shall be of the fatness/ (rich places) of the earth,
By your sword/ (your gun) you shall live,
And you shall serve/ (be subject to) your brother;

And it shall come to pass, when you become restless,
that you shall break his, (Jacob’s), yoke (of civility)
(those “onerous chains of bondage” to Jacob’s “straight” life), from (off) your neck.”

Over One in Five German Residents Come from a Foreign Background

A newly released report has shown the true extent of the impact of mass migration on Germany as 18.6 million residents, over one-in-five of the total population, now come from foreign backgrounds.

The statistics come from the German Federal Statistical Office’s new yearbook for 2017 which finally shows the extent of demographic change that many Germans have assumed for years. The figures also show a huge divergence between the west of the country and the east with some areas in the west having up to 30 per cent foreign background residents, Die Welt reports.

The region with the most foreign background residents is Bremen with 30.5 per cent of the population coming from a non-German background. The regions in the east are diametrically different, averaging only 6.4 per cent with Thuringia the lowest at just six per cent.

An estimated 4.3 million non-German residents come from European Union countries and live and work under the open borders Schengen agreement. Poles are the largest single EU citizen group with a total of 783,000 Polish citizens living in the country.

The single largest nationality among the 18.6 million foreign residents are those of a Turkish background at 15 per cent of the total.

Turks in Germany have made their presence known in large numbers over the past year with tens of thousands demonstrating to support Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdoğan following the failed coup last year and the presidential referendum earlier this year.

In 2015, the migrant crisis led to an explosion of population growth for Germany as the statistics show that Syrians became the largest group of migrants at 326,379 followed by Romanians at 212,182.

The change has also been much tougher on the German economy as statistics show that most EU citizens move to the country for work while the unemployment rate for asylum seekers and other migrants who came during the migrant crisis has been gigantic.

The issue has led some economists to warn that over the long term, mass migration will be harmful to the growth of the German economy.

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My Note: Europe is transforming before our very eyes. Whatever it once was, it is rapidly changing. Children of Esau are united with children of Ishmael.

Pay attention to the current statistics and those from the last couple of years, as they clearly show that Italians, Bulgarians, Polish, Romanians (Edomites / Esau) plus Turks, Syrians, Albanians and Afghans (Ishmaelites) are a grand majority of the “foreign background”, yet, the European authorities and their media continue fearmongering the relatively non-existent African refugees.

When the wicked Eurocrats, local politicians and anti-Africa eugenicist media repeatedly warn their populace with the primitive “Africans are coming” message, they indirectly attempt to persuade them into accepting the light-skinned children of Esau and Ishmael.

First, it was 1 million, then 20 million, and then 100 million. Woow!

Amazing, Biblical Prophecy unsealed before our very eyes!

Are A Million African Migrants Really On Their Way To Europe?


Already, I’m informed by very well informed guys and girls who are working on the area, and in the area at the moment, that there’s potentially up to a million migrants already, if not more in the pipeline coming up from Central Africa and the Horn of Africa.”

Joseph Walker-Cousins, senior fellow at the Institute for Statecraft and former head of the British Embassy Office in Benghazi, speaking to the House of Lords EU External Affairs Sub-Committee on March 30, 2017.

Hard evidence on irregular migration in North Africa is a much sought after commodity; unfortunately, it is also highly unreliable. In its December 2016 assessment of the situation in Libya, the International Organisation for Migration estimated (IOM) that 425,000 internally displaced persons were resident in Libya and that “hundreds of thousands” were displaced into neighbouring countries.Experienced researchers tend to be sceptical of official statistics on migrants for good reasons. North Africa is both a destination and a transit region for sub-Saharan migrants. It is also extremely difficult to count migrants because migration tends to be clandestine, with people moving through politically unstable regions.

Further problems with official reports and comments such as those by Joseph Walker-Cousins are that they tend to focus on Libya (and fail to look at the wider regional picture). Findings are based on indirect evidence – information from informants, detentions, returns, and arrivals in Europe – not primary research that employs sound methodologies, as fieldwork in Libya is not possible.

Unfortunately, the most likely and most effective barrier to migration – barring an effective policy response from other countries in the region – is death and detention. Thousands of migrants have died transiting the Sahara and tens of thousands are “detained” in North Africa.

While the IOM has been able to access some of the detention facilities in Libya, it has not reported on the number of people detained nor their legal status. While European development agencies are beginning to engage with trans-Saharan migration, very little hard data has emerged from their efforts other than an acknowledgement that conflict and drought in northern Nigeria, Mali, Sudan and the Horn of Africa is pushing people northwards across the Sahara.

Verdict: Are there really a million migrants ready to come?

We simply do not know how many migrants are “in the pipeline”. Nor have regional governments or the European Union agreed a viable strategy for dealing with the underlying processes driving this movement, as opposed to stopping migrants from reaching Europe. We do know two important facts. First, and as noted in the 2016 IOM study, not all sub-Saharan migrants intend to come to Europe. Second, without an accurate assessment of the situation and serious policy dialogue with transit countries, no resolution to this issue is possible.

Review, by Nando Sigona, deputy director of the Institute for Research into Superdiversity, University of Birmingham

I agree with the verdict. The story that a million African migrants are ready or in “the pipeline” to reach Europe from Libya is nothing new and Joseph Walker-Cousins’s claim has previously been aired by other variously informed people. It resurfaces periodically in the media (2015, 2016, 2017), but repetition is no proof of validity; rather it is an example of how charts and figures play a significant role in how we understand and debate the so-called refugee crisis.

On the one hand, it encapsulates the power of numbers in firing up public and political debate and sustaining the “crisis mood” that pervades policy responses to boat migration. On the other, it shows the lack of scientific rigour and yet resilience that often characterizes the numbers of the “crisis” that circulate so widely in the global media and among policy makers – impermeable to attempts being made to show how baseless they are.

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Refugees: The African Numbers That Put Europe To Shame; It Needs To Think Again


THE current refugee crisis was one of the top items at the UN’s General Assembly this week; on Tuesday, 19 countries announced they are donating $1.8 billion to the top UN aid organizations to help alleviate the suffering of refugees.

The commitment came after UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon told world leaders at the opening of the General Assembly debate that UN humanitarian agencies were “broke.”

In an interview that aired Friday on Good Morning America, Queen Rania of Jordan said that her country needs “assistance from the international community. Jordan is a small country that’s quite resource poor, so it’s really been a major issue for us.”

Jordan has been hit particularly hard by the civil war in Syria, watching a flood of 600,000 refugees come into the country from Syria during the most recent wave of the crisis. Jordan itself has a population of just 6.4 million, so that accounts to nearly 10% of its population.

It’s proportionally even higher for Lebanon, with 1.1 million refugees, 25% of its population of 4.4 million. But wealthier Europe has been sharply divided as to how to deal with the refugee influx – even though it has the resources to support many more migrants than it currently does.

The Panic

There are two big debates in Europe at the moment; one questioning which migrants are refugees (because not all are) and how many of these refugees should be allowed to stay, and in which country.

The International Organization for Migration (IOM) cites that 350,000 migrants were recorded at EU borders between January and August 2015. In the whole of 2014 this number was 280,000.

Breaking this down indicates that in 2014 the average monthly influx of migrants was roughly 23,000 per month, while this year this average increased to about 44,000 – almost double that of last year’s.

The Facts

The European panic, however, needs to be calmed. Looking at the data just from a group of African countries with most refugees on record, one would appreciate just how much the European scare is exaggerated.

The six top refugee destinations in Africa—Ethiopia (659,524), Kenya (551,352), Chad (452,897), Uganda (385,513), Cameroon (264,126) and South Sudan (248,152—hold together 2,561,564 refugees of foreign origin, who are supported in camps around the countries.

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The Media & Racialists Conspiracy Against Africans

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on March 30, 2017

Everyone is witnessing that liberal media organizations have an ulterior motive to bury coverage of Islamic terrorism. It’s even getting to a point where Islamic terrorist acts are not even being reported, and in many cases. Have you seen the very racialist and dishonest medias being reluctant to report the identity of terrorists? On the other side, Africans are fair game to be immediately portrayed in a bad light. Africa has been blocked from having its own microphone on the global stage, no loudspeaker with which to tell its stories the way it wants them told. The West decides what it should be said about Africa. The West created (permitted) Al Jazeera to give Arabs a voice, Press TV to give Iranians a voice, and RT (Russia Today) to give Russians a voice on the global stage. But Africans are hindered!

What about the anonymous media consumers and readers? One only needs to monitor the comments’ section: Nothing has really changed, all is filled with primitive and filthy racialist / racist comments towards / against Africans – as you can see it on the snapshot. And this, in the 21st century, where access to information has become easier, and vast amount of comparative studies and readings are available everywhere. Whether it’s the Western press, Asian or Russian, they all seem to have been united in creating an atmosphere of fear among the “racially Caucasian” populations across Eurasia by repeatedly using the words Africa or Africans. Africa is a country! The vast majority of those migrants invading Europe are Arab and Asian Muslims – see the graphic – yet, Africans remain the boogieman. Are they so desperate in creating an exclusive New World Order for the RACE they exclusively call “CAUCASIAN”?

Reports like this:

BreitbartNews (USA)

146 African Migrants Feared Missing After Boat Capsizes in Med

About 146 migrants are feared missing after their boat capsized after leaving Libya, according to a Gambian man who was rescued following the disaster, the United Nations’ refugee agency said Wednesday.

The man was rescued by a Spanish military ship participating in the EU’s “Operation Sophia” to crack down on smugglers, and then brought to the Italian island of Lampedusa.

The vessel left on Sunday or Monday from Sabratha, northwestern Libya, with five children and several pregnant women among those on board, the Gambian told a member of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees who met him at a hospital in Lampedusa.

Most of the passengers were from Nigeria, Mali and The Gambia, he said.

Die Welt (Germany)

The Government Expects 2017 With the Arrival of Up To 400,000 Refugees From Africa

Up To 100 Black Africans Threaten Policemen In Hamburg

This particular story is very symbolic:

Last month a Ghanaian man was shot 3 times by Hamburg police. Der Spiegel had the full story here:

According to eye witnesses, the victim, Augustine Akwesi Obeng, a Hamburg civilian, who hails from Boukrom-Kumasi, Ghana, was drunk at that particular moment and highly disorderly.

A Hamburg police officer in civilian clothes approached him and that was when all hell broke loose.

The eye witness stated that he saw the police officer spray what looked like a pepper spray in the direction of the victim which had no major effect on the intoxicated victim.

Then the eye witness said he saw Akwesi Obeng lunge towards the plain clothed police officer with what appeared to look like a knife.

But the officer was able to kick the object out of the hands of Mr Augustine Akwesi. Immediately then after the officer pulled out a gun and shot Mr Augustine Akwesi in the leg.

The eye witness then said even though Mr Augustine Akwesi went down on his knees after the first shot, the officer proceeded to shot him two more times.

Eye witness said the officer shot him twice around his mid and upper body sections.

Later, the nearby shop owners (Casinos, Betting Shops & Night clubs – as a usual practice, frequently ‘gifted’ by German authorities to Albanian, Turkish, Iranian, and Arab owners) begun sharing their hateful thoughts about Africans with local reporters. Here are some of them from this Der Spiegel report:

A Pakistani shopkeeper complains that from 7 pm, hardly any customers dared to enter his business, because Somalian drug dealers were selling their goods directly in front of the entrance. “In public,” he says. “As if they were on the bazaar.” The police are often powerless against the dealers. If someone is arrested, he would be free again after a few hours – for lack of evidence. Although the exact circumstances of the shots are not yet clear, one Arab said: “These are people who do not accept the basic law of Germany,”. “If I were the policeman, I would not have shot him in the legs, but in the head.”

Yet, Arab terrorists who murdered innocent Germans are alive, unharmed, well and relaxing inside lavish German prisons. You wouldn’t believe if you learn how much support and help authoriies and medias in Germany give to Muslim Turks, Iranians and Arabs of the course of the past three decades. Neverthless this ungrateful group of people are abusing the German society in an increidable fashon that many native Germans are forced to migrate. 

Just last month, even UN experts accused Germany of ‘structural racism’ against people of African descent. The findings and recommendations will be formally presented to the UN Human Rights Council in September. These findings prove what’s presented above. The established system even permits or uses Turks, Arabs and co. to discriminate against Africans. Mind you, there are only 800,000 Africans (including  majority North ‘African’ Arabs) living in Germany. Only last year, 1 million Syrians came to Germany, in addition to the millions of Turks, Arabs, Albanians and Iranians.

Quotes from the report:

The repeated denial that racial profiling does not exist in Germany by police authorities and the lack of an independent complaint mechanism at federal and state level fosters impunity”

The Working Group believes that institutional racism and racist stereotyping by the criminal justice system has led to a failure to effectively investigate and prosecute perpetrators of racist violence, racial profiling and hate crimes against people of African descent.”

People of African descent are at the “lowest rungs of Germany society”, the working group found, having their opportunities limited from school onwards and ending up with “the jobs which nobody else wants” such as cleaning, on low wages.

Because Germany does not gather official statistics on the basis of ethnicity, equality data cannot be used to identify and combat issues, while people of African descent are not recognized as “a significant minority” deserving specific action, according to the report.

RT (Russia)

30 Million Africans May Come To Europe Within Next 10 Years

AFRICANS REMEMBER THIS!

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All Christians Are Brothers — And All Muslims Are Brothers – Except When Their Skin Is Black

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on February 13, 2017

goldfish-staring-at-black-fish-in-bowl-racism

How much empathy do Christians feel for their brothers and sisters in Africa? Why do Muslims lose so little sleep over the elimination of their co-religionists in Darfur?

South Sudan refugee camp, 2011. Maximilian Norz/DPA/PA Images. All rights reserved.Judging by the millions protesting against president Trump’s policies on behalf of the vulnerable and voiceless, empathy is alive and well. Or is it? Trump’s recent immigration ban exempts Christians from Muslim-majority countries, recognizing their status as the world’s most persecuted faith. But how much empathy do Christians feel for their brothers and sisters in Africa? And why do Muslims who care about the plight of the Palestinians lose so little sleep over the systematic elimination of their black African co-religionists in Darfur? Is skin colour still a significant stumbling block to empathy?

Who exactly is my neighbour?

For years, African Christians have been persecuted for their faith. For the purposes of this article, persecution is not litigation against bakers who refuse to make cakes for gay weddings, or pharmacists declining to sell contraceptives. Rather, persecution is the deliberate and deadly targeting of Christians because of their religious identity, whether it is the terrorist group Boko Haram bombing churches in northern Nigeria, or the Sudanese armed forces killing their non-Muslim citizens, or Islamic State brutally erasing 2000 years of Middle East sectarian diversity.

Occasionally, the western media reports on Egyptian mobs destroying Coptic Churches, or ISIS beheading Syrian and Iraqi Christians. But coverage of Africans being subjected to massive ethnic cleansing is relatively rare. African Christians are left wondering if their co-religionists in the comparatively wealthy white world take the commandment about loving their neighbour so literally that they empathise only with people like themselves, as Richard Dawkins suggested in The Selfish Gene.

The Africans interviewed for this article do not come from the ranks of intellectuals who blame colonialism for the continent’s problems. Yet, they believe that even though most westerners deny it, at a subconscious level a black African Christian life isn’t quite as valuable as a white one.

Christians in Europe and America are not talking much about the killings of fellow Christians in Africa because to some, Africans do not matter, just like during the genocide, when our people were killed,” a survivor of the Rwandan genocide explained to me. “The west did not care much, but when they are attacked by terrorists they make measures to stop terrorists and it is in the world news”. In the words of another Rwandan, who provides training for genocide survivors: “My take on this? It is pure racism, and there has never been any brotherly love”.

A retired British bishop recalled attending a conference at Lambeth Palace (home of the Anglican Church worldwide) where an American bishop said the African Anglicans were, “only just out of the jungle.” “He failed to realize that more of the African Bishops had earned doctorates than he or most of those American Bishops who complained!” The retired bishop continued: “I was a bit shocked when Archbishop Justin Welby said he lost sleep over homophobia, at the same time as fellow Christians were being massacred in Northern Nigeria, which he didn’t mention”.

According to Bill Andress, an American who has been campaigning against the persecution of Sudanese Christians for decades, “whether consciously or subconsciously, we do not value the lives and welfare of black people as we value those of white people, and we assume that tragedy in Africa is just part of the picture and cannot be stopped”.

Another American campaigner, Marv Steinberg, of Genocide No More, believes Christians in the US are split in their interpretation of the commandment to love thy neighbour, “meaning your immediate neighbour, if he agrees with you. I really think race enters into it”.

And Rod Brayfindley, a pastor in northern California, blames “the difficulty of overcoming both deep and latent racism in the western press.” He adds, “news rooms argue African conflicts are too expensive and risky to cover, but if a similar group of white folk were being attacked, they would absolutely have the funds to cover them”.

Many European and American Christians insist people of faith should be concerned about all humankind, and not just their co-religionists. Yet, this does not account for the widespread ignorance among western Christians about black African Christians who are being killed precisely because they practise their faith, rather than converting to Islam or agreeing to live by Islamic rules.

According to Ann Buwalda of the Jubilee Campaign, a UK charity which advocates for persecuted Christians worldwide, “when I speak or share in American churches, I find there is interest in the suffering in Africa. But when people are not given anything to do in response to hearing the horrors, they will shut down and tune out because of the emotional side of learning and then not knowing what to do with the information”.

The awareness gap persists, despite the best efforts of several western NGOs like the Jubilee Campaign. It is unlikely many Jewish people have not heard of the Holocaust, or that most literate Muslims would not know about the Palestinians. Both ‘sides’ in the Palestine-Israel conflict have efficiently politicised their co-religionists across the globe. Arguably, some Muslims and Jews living beyond the Holy Land may pay lip service to the cause represented by their imperiled brothers, but, in contrast to Christians, they are at least aware of the issues.

Perhaps, as Barbara, an Anglican stalwart in California, put it, people feel so overwhelmed by the misery of Africa that they do not distinguish between the victims of famine, AIDS, natural disasters, civil wars and jihad. If this is the case, then, in the view of one British aid worker I spoke to, development charities and NGOs may be partly to blame for painting such a negative picture of the continent in order to raise money.

Andy Warren-Rothlin, an academic living in Nigeria, echoes this, when he argues that “western media has tended to present suffering Africans in ways which do not engender engagement (‘she’s just like me!’), but rather paternalism (‘I must help the poor thing’). The result is that western audiences don’t see a village in northeast Nigeria as somewhere they might live, or a Nigerian church as somewhere they might have been when Boko Haram rolled into town”.

It was not always like this, points out Sam Totten, an American academic with decades of human rights and humanitarian experience in Africa. Less than 20 years ago, the evangelical supporters of George W Bush pushed him to press the Sudanese regime to allow ten million southern Sudanese Christians to secede in 2011, forming South Sudan. That widely-shared concern seems to have shrunk to a few NGOs and activists.

One of president Obama’s final acts was to ease Sudanese sanctions. Yet, the Khartoum regime continues to bomb the Christian areas in what remains of Sudan. Villages, schools and hospitals have been targeted as recently as January 2017, while, according to Amnesty, Sudan used chemical weapons against its Muslim civilians in Darfur in September 2016. But instead of outrage at Obama’s appeasement of Sudanese leader Field Marshall Bashir, the only sitting head of state indicted for the crime of genocide, there has been near silence from American politicians who otherwise flaunt their Christian values.

The wrong kind of Muslim?

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On the above image: „In my humble opinion, this is like putting lipstick on a pig. You can shame Arab Muslims into not using the “A” word, but you can’t erase the fact that Arab Muslims have been and are still complicit in producing and maintaining structures that dehumanize, abuse, exploit, and devalue Black people

The Islamic world is similarly unmoved by the fate of Muslims in Darfur, prompting some Middle Eastern commentators to observe that black African Muslims suffer from the same indifference as black African Christians. “Are the people of Darfur not Muslim as well?” demands Tareq Al-Hamed of the Asharq Alaswat paper. And the former fundamentalist, now Washington think-tank expert Ed Husain asks, “Are Darfuris the ‘wrong’ kind of Muslim because they self-identify as black Africans rather than Arabs?”.

I spoke to a canon in northern Nigeria who believes that most Arabs still view Africans as slaves, even when they share the same Muslim faith. His view is supported by anecdotes from Sudanese who describe being routinely and publicly addressed as abid (slave) when working in North Africa and the Middle East. In Libya, Human Rights Watch has documented the alarming extent to which black African Muslims have been bullied, tormented, attacked and killed by Arabs. The Canadian academic Salim Mansur believes, “Blacks are viewed by Arabs as racially inferior, and Arab violence against blacks has a long and turbulent history”.

Andy Warren-Rothlin sees the situation differently. “This is clearly not a race issue, since it’s even harder to get interest from London-based southern Nigerians in the suffering of their northern Nigerian compatriots. Or if it is race (if you use such terms!), you must recognise that each of the 500 or so ethnic groups in Nigeria is one ‘race’.” His views are shared by American Christian activists who are disappointed by the lack of concern shown by southern Nigerian Christians towards their fellow Christians in the northeast of the country. “Nigeria is so delicately balanced between Muslim and Christian, that the Christians living in relative peace don’t want to stir up trouble,” admitted one campaigner.

Richard Cockett, a regional editor at The Economist, argues that the Rohingya people of Myanmar have, until very recently, suffered the same invisibility as African Muslims. Because the Rohingya are “mildly Sufi”, he tells me, they have not attracted support from Muslims further afield. Now, thanks to a recent UN report, their persecution has been noticed, but for decades they suffered ethnic cleansing in obscurity. They might not have been African, but it seems they were the wrong kind of Muslim.

Meanwhile, Muslim countries that consider themselves as defenders of the faith have been silent following the Trump Administration’s ban on Muslim immigrants. And it has been widely noted that three million Syrian refugees could be given shelter in the 100,000 air-conditioned tents standing empty in Saudi Arabia.

What can be done? Each time a Christian or Muslim leader or politician piously invokes their faith, they should be challenged by the faithful and the non-faithful alike in their community to make good on the pledges of equality and shared identity explicit in the roots of both religions. If a church or mosque does not have a partner or link with a church or mosque in Africa, then members of their community should ask why not. In addition, our governments should recognise the vital role played by African churches and mosques as arbiters of local reconciliation, because they often represent the only genuine civil society in repressive countries; and our aid programmes should therefore support those grassroots peace-building efforts.

Is it worth contacting our elected officials and faith leaders about these matters? The late American Senator Paul Simon said that if only he had heard from 100 constituents demanding action during the Rwanda genocide, he would have felt empowered to contact the Secretary of State. Politicians know that for every one person who makes a phone call or writes a letter or an email, there are hundreds of thousands who share their views but haven’t quite got around to taking action. It is never a waste of energy.

Are Afro-Arabs More Racist Than Whites?

Another Tragedy: African ‘Boat People’ Drowning in Front of A Tunisian Ship – And Afrophobes and Racists Applauding Their Death and Calling for More Genocide

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As Black Africans in the Western world contend with everyday racial discrimination and abuse, their lookalikes in some parts of Africa suffer the same kind of malevolence in the hands of fellow Africans.

Often times we hear of harrowing tales of Black Africans being discriminated against and called all sorts of racially demeaning names by their fellow Africans in North Africa, which is predominantly inhabited by Afro-Arabs.

Last year, an unidentified Egyptian official caused a storm when he allegedly made a disparaging comment at the United Nations Environmental Assembly held in Nairobi, Kenya, in May.

Yvonne Khamati, a Kenyan diplomat attending the conference, filed a formal complaint with the Kenyan Ministry of Foreign Affairs, accusing an Egyptian expatriate of referring to sub-Saharan Africans as “dogs and slaves.

We Are Not Racist

In the letter, Khamati, African Diplomatic Corps Technical Committee chairwoman, said the abusive comment was made, after the conference failed to reach a resolution on the conflict in the Gaza Strip. She said the comment was made in Arabic.

The Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Affairs later released a statement denying the allegations of racism and accusing the Kenyan diplomat of making flimsy accusations against the republic of Egypt.

While it’s not every Arab in Egypt and other Afro-Arab countries who is racist, it is no secret that racism exists in most of these countries and the people involved don’t want to accept it.

It is this self-denial that led renowned Egyptian journalist Mona Eltahawy to write an article in the New York Times, entitled, “The Arab World’s Dirty Secret,” where she wrote about the racist exchange between an Egyptian and and young South Sudanese:

I was on my way home on the Cairo Metro, lost in thought as I listened to music when I noticed a young Egyptian taunting a Sudanese girl. She reached out and tried to grab the girl’s nose and laughed when the girl tried to brush her hand away.

The Sudanese girl looked to be Dinka, from southern Sudan and not the northern Sudanese who “look like us.” She was obviously in distress

It’s a contradiction that Africans, including Afro-Arabs, like to point the finger at White people as the initiators of racism and discrimination against Black people when clearly the first form of oppression against Black Africans was from the Arabs.

Slavery, Abuse & Persecution

In Mauritania, Egypt, Libya, Sudan, and other Afro-Arab countries, slavery and other forms of oppression against Black Africans is still widespread.

In Sudan, it has been widely reported that nearly 20 million Black Africans in the Nuba Mountains and Blue Nile regions were ethnically cleansed during the first and second Sudanese Civil wars.

It is this form of abuse that triggered the infamous Darfur War, which ended with the excision of South Sudan, a predominantly Black Nubian state, from the larger Sudan.

Racism is also very rife in Libya if the 2000 anti-African racist violence is anything to go by. According to Amnesty International, thousands of Black Africans were massacred during the Libyan Civil War in 2011.

Black African migrants in Algeria have often suffered attacks, most of which are done in broad daylight and in the presence of local law enforcement officers.

Even though slavery was officially abolished in 1981, at least 20 percent of the Mauritanian population, mainly dark-skinned Mauritians, are still enslaved.

Given the history of slavery and colonialism in Africa, it’s likely that some people could still be suffering from a superiority complex and an identity crisis, but it is egotistical and absurd for anyone, especially an African, to discriminate against a fellow African based on their skin color.

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My Note: Esau and Ishmael Unite Against Israelites / Ethiopians in Fulfillment of Ancient Prophecy. For Bible believers, these and similar news items that reflect increasing cooperation between the Arab world and the West should be viewed as fulfillment of ancient prophecy. The children of Esau (today’s Western nations) and the children of Ishmael (today’s Arab nations) are gradually uniting against Israelites / Christians at the End of Days.

This alliance was forged at the very beginning of the Bible, when Esau married Ishmael’s daughter.

So Esau went unto Ishmael, and took unto the wives that he had Mahalath the daughter of Ishmael Abraham’s son, the sister of Nebaioth, to be his wife. [Genesis 28:9]

In the end, Ishmaelites and Esauites will battle against each other: Sooner or later children of those two will take out one another in a random and mysterious manner:

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Major European Politician: “We Need Concentration Camp in Egypt for Black African Migrants”

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Because they are not Egyptians. “These migrants are not Egyptians, our problem is with “Black” migrants”; “Schwarzafrika (Black Africa)”, he kept repeating:

These remarks were made by the high-ranking European bureaucrat, Elmar Brok, who is the current Chairman of the European Parliament Committee on Foreign Affairs during a discussion in a popular mainstream German Talkshow (Hart aber Fair) last Monday.

Last week, Mr. Brok met with Presidents Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi of Egypt and Isias Afewerki of Eritrea.

In the same show, the green party technocrat, Jürgen Trittin (a Bildeberger) shows immense sympathy for the Syrian refugees, adamantly defends their presence in Germany and passionately supports the importation of Muslims in his country. All this, days after the tragic news about the raped and murdered German girl in Freiburg became official. His propaganda about the ‘humanitarian’ disaster in Syria and Afghanistan – his dramatic and passionate presentation earned him a warm round of applause from the selectively invited studio guests.

On the other hand, the racialist Eurocrat, Elmar Brok, while his country already has been invaded by 2 to 5 million Muslims, he concentrated on Africa by painting the situation in Africa in the usual primitive, racialist and eugenicist manner to brainwash, convince and scare the German public about a potential invasion of 100 million BLACK Africans in the near future – unless „We“ (Europeans and Arabs) do something about now. “Either accept Arab Muslims try to coexist with them, or else, millions of wild men from the African jungle will be here soon.” This is how they condition their folks to hate and dehumanize Africans. It will be easier then to wipe out millions of Africans (Rwanda, Congo, South Sudan) without harvesting potential protest or sense of guilt. 

Mr. Elmar Brok’s ‘argument’ is an indirect call for concentration camps in Egypt and Tunisia – a call for POPULATION control and GENOCIDE. They turn a blind eye to Arab Muslim evil, but quick to blame Africa for everything. It’s all there for everyone to see, they don’t even hide it anymore. Even if one doesn’t understand German it’s possible to see the video image and get the message. These people never learn, because their faith in their agenda is a satanic cultist’s zeal. It really contradicts Jesus Christ’s agenda. But their ultimate downfall will come soon, and it’ll be horrible.

The Hidden Racism Of The Refugee Crisis — Why Does Nobody Care When Black Africans Drown?

October 3, 2016

The African migrant trail via Libya is far more dangerous than the Syrian route via Greece.

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An African migrant is comforted by a friend after being rescued around 20 nautical miles off the coast of Libya(REUTERS/Darrin Zammit Lupi)

Ever since the Syrian refugee crisis hit international headlines the plight of African migrants in Europe has taken a back seat. Media attention has focused on arrivals via the eastern Mediterranean route – from Turkey to Greece – because of the huge number of arrivals, when in reality the central Mediterranean route via Libya to Italy is by far the deadliest into Europe. According to the International Organisation for Migration (IOM) between 1 January to 28 September 3,054 migrants have died taking it.

African migrants have been crossing the central Mediterranean for decades. In Lampedusa, the island that has become a symbol of Europe’s migrant crisis, some 400,000 migrants have landed en route to Europe. Like river tributaries African migrants converge from the east, central and west of the continent to Libya’s coastline, which is 1,100 miles long.

For the past few years I have been reporting on the perilous journeys African migrants make to reach Europe’s shores on dingy boats from Libya. Most of them are young men who risk life and limb to escape poverty, war, violence and Islamist militants in their native countries.

I have interviewed numerous African migrants who have survived terrible journeys to reach Europe. But their plight does not draw the same attention as that of Syrians crossing Turkey into Europe. In Libya African migrants are met by a grim situation, they face indefinite detention, racism, slave-like labour conditions and violence at the hands of militias and smugglers.

According to the IOM, of the 3,600 Nigerians who arrived in Italy by boat in the first half of 2016, more than 80% will be trafficked into prostitution. When I was in Palermo this summer I heard about the plight of these Nigerian prostitutes, I heard that most are tricked into coming to Italy, and once they get here, they are told they have to work to pay back the cost of their journey. Most nights in Palermo, Nigerian women walk along the city’s port by the beach selling sex, with pimps overlooking them.

Libya has become a funnel for African migrants into Europe. Taka, a young Gambian migrant, knew nothing of Libya’s war before he left his tiny West African country. He left his village in February 2016 and embarked on a dangerous journey, which took him via a slavers market in Niger to the Sahara. He eventually reached Libya, where he was captured, imprisoned and tortured before he was released. He made it to Tripoli but had to stick together with other young Gambians to avoid kidnap. This arduous journey did not diminish Taka’s resolve: “I will die or see Europe,” he said.

Taka’s journey is not unique. He shares much in come with the many young African migrants I have interviewed. Like Ugaas, a young Somali migrant who was tortured and held prisoner by people smugglers in Libya. They threw rocks at his head when his family could not pay up. Ugaas showed me the scars on his body. Or Tareke, an Eritrean who escaped enforced military conscription in Eritrea – one of the harshest regimes in the world – and was imprisoned and tortured for months in a notorious prison in Kufra, in the south of Libya.

Despite these horror stories the focus is usually on the experiences of Syrians. In Europe, it seems that African lives don’t matter as much as those of Arabs. In the summer I was asked to take part in two post-screening panel discussions of Fire at Sea, a 2016 documentary film by Eritrea-born Italian director Gianfranco Rossi, which won the Golden Bear at the Berlin Film Festival.

People from a capsized boat are rescued during a rescue operation by Italian navy ships Bettica and Bergamini off the coast of Libya(Reuters)

This film is set in Lampedusa, and though it features some Syrian and Arab stories, the primary focus of the film is on African migrants. During these panel discussions I was struck at how few audience questions related to Africans, and how overwhelmingly most questions concerned the plight of Syrian refugees. I recall only a few people asking about the plight of African migrants.

Even when boats sink in the central Mediterranean route, focus usually shifts to Syrians, rather than on perished Africans. It seems the plight of Syrian refugees feeds our liberal bias towards refugee stories – the political battle is over who gets the right to be called a refugee, by extension those outside that definition are seen to have made their journeys to Europe by choice, and therefore they do not deserve the same attention.

There is a tendency in public discourse to protect refugees at the expense of migrants, to endlessly debate whether we should describe them as a refugee or a migrant, but the reality is that this misses the nuances.

There is now a migrant league table, with Syrians at the top, and Africans at the bottom.”

Perhaps most Africans could be considered migrants. Take Taka, he came because of poverty not war, yet he was kept a slave in Niger and fled mayhem in Libya: he may not have started out a refugee in the legal sense, but he was forced out of Libya by violence. The danger is that these discussions distract us from what is going on the ground – and are a shortcut to determining a migrant’s worth based on their country of origin.

An Italian cultural mediator I interviewed in Palermo, and who has been working with migrants since 2008, told me that the situation had not changed for Gambians: they were still fleeing in droves, yet to be a Gambian migrant in Sicily now means it is impossible to get asylum in Italy. He said there is preferential treatment for Syrians, but not Gambians, Afghans or Nigerians.

This preferential treatment is creating a two-tier system for migrants in Europe. There is now a league table, with Syrians at the top and Africans at the bottom. Until this changes, the plight of African migrants will continue to be on the periphery.

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