Sudan: aid workers kidnapped

* Quick, call Sherifa Zuhur from the US army college! Kidnapping is totally un-Islamic, isn’t it, Sharifa? How are we going to explain that to these headbangers who give Islam a bad image?

Sudanese “bandits” demand ransom for kidnapped aid workers — or else

           One of the kidnapped — in a former -moonbat- life

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For the record, here’s Serge Trifkovic on the role of kidnappings in Islamic history and the sunna of Muhammad:

Having established himself as the ruler of Medina, Muhammad attacked the Jewish tribe of Banu-‘l-Mustaliq in December of A.D. 626. His followers slaughtered many Jewish tribesmen and looted thousands of their camels and sheep. They also kidnapped 500 of their women. The night after the battle Muhammad and his brigands staged an orgy of rape. As one of the brigands, Abu Sa’id Khudri, later remembered, a legal problem needed to be resolved first: In order to obtain ransom from the surviving Jews for the captive women, Muslims had pledged not to violate them: 

We were lusting after women and chastity had become too hard for us, but we wanted to get the ransom money for our prisoners. So we wanted to use the Azl [coitus interruptus]. We asked the Prophet about it and he said: “You are not under any obligation not to do it like that [contained in Sahih Bukhari, second only to the Koran in authority].”

“Sudan says ‘bandits’ kidnapped aid workers,” from AFP, March 13, from JW

KHARTOUM (AFP) — A Sudanese official on Friday blamed “bandits” for kidnapping three foreign aid workers in Darfur this week, and also said there was no news about efforts to free the hostages. 

A Canadian nurse, an Italian doctor and a French administrator working with the Belgian branch of Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) were kidnapped at gunpoint on Wednesday in Saraf Umra in North Darfur.

“The (kidnappers) were bandits,” Ali Yusef, director of protocol at the foreign ministry, told AFP.

“There is nothing new,” he said, when asked whether there had been progress in efforts to free the three. The gunmen also kidnapped two Sudanese workers but later released them.

On Thursday, an official in Darfur said the kidnappers had demanded money.

“They want a ransom in exchange for the victims,” North Darfur Governor Osman Mohammed Yusef Kabir was quoted as saying by the Sudan Media Centre, which is close to the intelligence services.

Kabir said he had spoken to the kidnappers by telephone and that they “affirmedthey don’t want to resort to violence… However, they demanded a financial ransom to release the victims.”

Another official said the hostages were “okay” and that the government was working to release them.

The kidnapping came a week after Sudan ordered 13 international aid agencies out of Darfur in reaction to the International Criminal Court issuing an arrest warrant for President Omar al-Beshir for alleged war crimes there

Jihad against Justice  (FrontPage Magazine)
How do a few hundred thousand dead African victims of racial genocide against the supremacy of Islam? Not well, apparently, as Muslims rally on behalf of a war criminal.

2 thoughts on “Sudan: aid workers kidnapped”

  1. Why would anyone want to be an aid worker in Africa? Their problems are caused by over breeding..whole counties are dependent on the west for food/ is like one big welfare colony.
    There is an excellent article written about Afica by a South African writer writing for the Irish Times..[I think he may have since lost his job] but he gives pop stats for Ethiopia before the big pop star started aid drive..roughly 30 mill…now about 167 mill…and still naturally enough starving…and of course , still breeding..
    Also the population video on utube..Africa and other third world contries breeding at an extraordinary rate….
    If we all had fifteen kids we would be poor too. With the spread of islam , so the breeding spreads…
    All this said , what has happened and is still happeneing in the Sudan is horrendous..but the truth doesn’t come out about it in the western is a civil war..yeah has been wholesale islamic slaughter and depravity..who knows how many slaves there are in Khartoum? but then Arabs have slaves in Western counties too.

  2. “Sharia law has always stipulated that one must whip, cut, or kill.”

    U.N. urges Sudan to pull out of disputed southern region after invasion, takeover
    Sudanese president Omar al-Bashir, who is wanted by the International Criminal Court for genocide but protected by the African Union and Arab League with the support of the Organization of the Islamic Conference, made clear his intentions to impose Sharia even more intensively on his territory once the south seceded. And al-Bashir has not even attempted to hoodwink the West with empty promises of “Sharia Lite,” saying “Sharia law has always stipulated that one must whip, cut, or kill.”

    That is what is at stake for Abyei, and anything else al-Bashir sets his sights upon. “Sudan: UN urges Khartoum to pullout from Abyei region,” from BBC News, May 22:

    South Sudan is due to become independent in July, but Abyei is still claimed by both sides
    UN Security Council envoys have urged North Sudan to “withdraw immediately” its troops from the contested Abyei region on the border with South Sudan.
    The call was made by the French, Russian and US ambassadors to the UN.
    South Sudan said the Abyei takeover was an act of war, saying civilians and southern soldiers were killed.
    South Sudan is due to become independent in July, but Abyei’s status remains to be determined after a referendum on its future was shelved.
    People in the Southern capital of Juba are worried and there is a grim mood on the streets of the capital, the BBC’s Peter Martell in South Sudan reports.
    The North said it acted after 22 of its men were killed in a southern ambush earlier this week.
    Residents flee
    “The members of the Security Council call upon the government of Sudan to halt its military operation and withdraw immediately from Abyei town and its environs,” the French ambassador to the UN, Gerard Araud, said in Khartoum.
    “They condemn the escalatory military operation being undertaken by the Sudanese armed forces. This constitutes a serious violation of the CPA (Comprehensive Peace Agreement in 2005),” Mr Araud said.
    He was speaking during a joint news conference with his Russian and US counterparts.
    Separately, UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon and EU top diplomat Catherine Ashton condemned the violence in Abyei.
    A southern military spokesman earlier told the BBC the North had attacked the area with 5,000 troops, killing civilians and southern soldiers.
    Some 20,000 people, almost the whole population of the town, had fled, aid agency Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) told the BBC….

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