A muslim cleric has compared the savage attack of unarmed children by British troops to that of being in an African jungle.
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The recent comments made by the Islamic cleric clearly asserts that many muslims perceive African people as sub-human. Likewise the arabic newspaper also reminds us that the label ‘black (negro)’ which is the european imposed ‘racial’ moniker for African people is synonymous across the non-African world with ‘evil’ and ‘without worth’.
Why the BBC chose to use these quotes is less obvious, it was however a mistake. With the aggressive placement of army recruitment adverts targeting the disaffected young children in our community, it becomes imperative that all African people are made aware why under no circumstances are they to be manipulated into allowing our children to become drawn into this illegal war.
This episode also serves as a timely reminder of the not much discussed arab involvement in the enslavement of African people and the subsequent propagation of Islam across the continent by force. The insidious european ideology of race which aggressively sought to culturally disinherit African people thereby transforming them into ‘black’ people was also adopted by arabs. The current conflicts in Sudan instigated by european and arab squabbles over African resources have led to the humanitarian crisis in the region today.
As a result of modern recording technology we can occasionally get to see a glimpse of the continuing atrocities and human right abuses carried out by europeans belonging to the British, American and Israeli troops in Africa, Iraq and Palestine. These human right abuses are typically carried out against unarmed children and people who pose no military threat. We can only imagine the horrors that would have been recorded as trophies if europeans and arabs had access to the same equipment during the Maafa (enslavement of Mama Africa) when anti-African ideology was at its peak.
Be the best, do not join the British army.