Dads Warn: Radical Islam in U.S. School Destroyed Our Sons

This report was published last year right after we opened this blog. It was not published by us at the time, but the message is so important on the indoctrination happening in U.S. Universities that we want to bring attention to it. American schools are now being used as slow and creeping indoctrination centers, where students are now used to be programmed to whitewash Sharia and trivialize it, and ease them to greater acceptance of Islam to allow it to flourish everywhere based on the same propaganda used across Europe, which hopefully converts them at some point.

Carlos Bledsoe vs Abdulhakim Mujahid Mohammad

Dads Warn: Radical Islam in U.S. School Destroyed Our Sons

By Bill Korach. originally published at:

Melvin Bledsoe and Daris Long share one important thing in common: Radical Islam destroyed their sons, and they warn that it could happen anywhere. You must see the video to truly understand the story. Daris Long and Melvin Bledsoe came to the Hillsborough County School District to warn of the dangers of Hassan Shibly of the Council on American Islamic Relations speaking about Islam in Tampa schools. CAIR is linked to Hamas which is a terrorist organization. Long and Bledsoe warn of the terrible consequences of CAIR getting their hands on American students.

The son of Melvin Bledsoe shot and killed the son of Daris Long at a Little Rock army recruiting station on June 1, 2009. Carlos Bledsoe, also known as Abdulhakim Mujahid Mohammad, shot Private Andrew Long on what was planned to be the first phase of a cross-country jihad killing spree. Fortunately, he took a wrong turn in a construction zone and was apprehended. Carlos Bledsoe became a Muslim while attending Tennessee State University in Nashville.

The Bledsoe family runs a tour company in Memphis and had hoped that Carlos could take over the family business after graduating from Tennessee State University in Nashville after obtaining a degree in business administration. “Little did we know,” said Melvin, “he would get involved with a religion that would turn his life upside down.”

The indoctrinated and hallucinatory rant against ‘zionist’ and admiration for terrorist Muhammad Atta that Carlos Bledsoe began to write about after being recruited to Islam.

Carlos had been an average young boy raised in the solid faith of the Baptist Church who liked hip-hop music and whose hero was Martin Luther King. Mr. Bledsoe said that young men crave the feeling of power and the admiration of their peers. Carlos’ new Muslim friends in Nashville offered him both. These new roommates would disappear whenever Melvin and his wife visited their son. Soon they noticed Carlos had stopped listening to music, had taken all the pictures off his walls and dumped his previously beloved dog “Snow” in the Tennessee woods. Then he changed his name to Abdulhakim Mujahid Muhammad, the same as the former Imam of the Islamic Center of Nashville who said that “the greatest lie of all time” was that Jesus was the son of God and that America was “the worst country on earth.” Carlos believed him. He left his old life behind; now he had a complete explanation of the universe and total regulation for his life. He had been chosen, he was being elevated above all others. He would be a mujahid, as his new middle name signified, a warrior for Allah. The Muslim leadership in Nashville gave him the tools.

The next step on Carlos’ journey was an extended trip to Yemen. His cover story was that he would teach English at the Al Khair center which required a recommendation from a Salafi Imam. The Salafi school of Islam is the umbrella under which the Wahhabis in Saudi Arabia, the Taliban in Afghanistan, the Muslim Brotherhood and offshoots, such as Hamas, Al Qaeda and its affiliate, the Somali Al Shabaab are all situated. The recommendation was given to Carlos by the Imam of the Somali al-Farooq mosque in Nashville, Abdul Aziz. Upon arrival, Carlos (now Abdulhakim Mohammad) was spirited away to the Yemeni desert for jihad training.

In his letter of Sept. 30, 2010, Mohammad states, “I was a jihadist before I traveled to Yemen. I’ve loved jihad ever since I became a Muslim.” He often quotes Anwar Al Awlaki, the former leader of al Qaeda in Yemen and calls him “our shaykh.” Awlaki was born in New Mexico and was considered an important Salafist thinker whose work was promoted in mosques around country and by organizations such as Nashville’s Olive Tree organization before he drew attention by being linked to terror attacks. Major Nidal Hasan (the Ft. Hood jihadist) corresponded with Awlaki before his attack and Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab was sent by Awlaki to blow up an American airliner in the underwear bombing plot. Awlaki, an American citizen, was subsequently targeted and killed in a US drone attack in Yemen.

Mohammad had planned to murder three rabbis in Memphis, Little Rick and Nashville (he threw a firebomb at what he thought was the house of a Nashville rabbi, but it didn’t explode) shoot up and/or bomb, Jewish organizations, one Baptist Church, a child care center, a post office and army recruiting centers in Memphis, Little Rock, Florence, Kentucky, Baltimore, New York City and Washington, DC. Major Hasan had openly praised the Little Rock shooting to his fellow soldiers in the weeks before opening fire on them when he was sure they were unarmed. Mohammad subsequently praised Hasan in his letters calling him “the true Islamic warrior.”

We hope that the Tampa school Board, that has been warned about CAIR and Islamic Terror 16 times in as many meetings for the past 8 months finally decides to take action.


Note: The Tampa School Board has taken no action on CAIR as of date.

Know Your Terror Flags

Today we find a multitude of flags in the Muslim world. These have been carefully designed with colours and symbols to represent characteristics of the nation state. In Islam, they have not been given a choice concerning what type of flag to use even down to the colour. The shariah has specified the type of official flag the Khilafah will use and therefore they believe they cannot deviate from this.

Image: Syria is fighting heavily armed foreign-terrorists committing egregious, widespread atrocities under the banner of Al Qaeda. Here you see them posing with an Al-Qaeda flag.

Image: Typical use of jihadist flags is in rallies, but also as banners hung in the background in videos released by such groups. This example shows the beheading of Jack Hensley in September 2004. The flag shows the shahada in white, above a white circle surrounded by the name jamaa’tul tawhid wal jihad in yellow script.

Muslims protest cartoons published in Charlie Hebdo at French Embassy

Image: Muslims protesting in America: “Wait for us White House. Black flag is coming soon”.

Image: Muslim woman carries a black jihad flag in New York during the Muslim Day Parade, 2013.


Learn To Identify Your Terror Flags

Flags representing Jihad and the Caliphate

The Taliban replaced their solid white flag with a white flag inscribed with the shahada in black as they took power in Afghanistan in 1997. Various Muslim armed groups have use the black flags inscribed with the shahada in white since ca. 2001.

During the 2000s, it became popular in mujahid terminology to refer to the black flag as al-raya and the white flag as al-liwa’, after the terms of the black and white flags flown by Muhammad according to the hadith [The Hadith is the war manual of Islam]. The white flag is sometimes identified as the “flag of the Caliphate” while the black one is dubbed the “flag of Jihad”.

1. The flag of the Khilafa (Caliphate) terrorist movement. The Khilafa seeks to infiltrate and spread all over the world and reestablish the Caliphate. Infiltration takes place via mass immigration and rapid population growth. The movement then use gradual means to indoctrinate society from within: propaganda is brought to schools, lawfare used to quiet critics, infiltration used through jobs in all levels of government and thereafter little by little policies and laws are changed to provide easier continued mass immigration and “special rights” for Muslims. Once the population is large enough, the terrorism begins: either you convert and bend to Islam, or you are killed.


2. (Above) Taliban flags used in Afghanistan. Black Islamic writing on white. Islamic text reads “I bear witness that there is no deity other than Allah and that Muhammad is his servant and Messenger”. The white flag is referred to as al-liwa’, and is also used in combination with the black flag by the Khilafa/Caliphate movement.

The White Flag Of Conquest 

The flag (liwaa’) is white, on which it is written ‘la ilaha illa Allah, Muhammad Rasul Allah’ with black script. It is tied to the amir of the army or the leader of the army. It is used as a sign of his location, and it goes along with this location. The evidence to tying the flag to the amir of the army is that the Prophet صلى الله عليه وسلم entered Makkah on the day of its conquest while raising a white flag. This was narrated by Ibn Majah through Jabir. An-Nasa’i also narrated through Anas that when the Prophet صلى الله عليه وسلم appointed Usama ibn Zayd as amir to the army for invading the Romans, he tied his flag with his own hands.

The white flag (liwaa‘) is tied to the amir of the army

The flag (liwaa’) is tied to the amir of the army, and it is a sign indicating the headquarters of the amir of the army. However, in the battle field, the leader of the battle, whether he is the amir of the army or appointed by him, is given the black banner (rayah) to carry during the fight in the battle field. Therefore, the banner is called the mother of the war because it is carried by the battle leader in the battle field.

Therefore, at the time of actual war there will be one banner with every leader of a battle, a matter that was familiar at that time. Keeping the banner flying up was evidence to the might of the leader of the battle. This is an administrative order that is followed in accordance with the traditions of fighting in the armies.

The Messenger of Allah صلى الله عليه وسلم said announcing to the people the death of Zayd, Ja’far and Ibn Ruwahah before the soldiers brought the news: “Zayd took the banner (raya) but he was hit; and then Ja’far took it and he was hit; and then Ibn Ruwahah took it and he was hit” [Bukhari, Sahih, #3757].

At the time of actual war, if the leader of the army in the battle field was the Khalifah, both the flag (liwaa’) and the banner (raya) can be lifted. It was reported in the seerah of Ibn Hisham during the talk about the ghazwah of great Badr that the flag and banner were present in the battle.

However, at time of peace or after the end of the battle the banners are usually spread amongst the army and lifted by its divisions, regiments, units and battalions, as narrated in the hadith of Al-Harith ibn Hassan Al-Bakri that talked about the army of Amru ibn Al-‘As.

The Khalifah is the leader of the army in Islam

The Khalifah is the leader of the army in Islam. Therefore the flag is legally lifted on top of his headquarters, i.e. on top of the Khalifah’s house. This is because the flag is tied to the amir of the army. The banner is allowed to be lifted on top of the Khalifah’s house from an administrative point of view, taking into account the fact that the Khalifah is the head of the organisations of the State. In regards to the remaining organisations, departments and establishments of the State, the banner alone is lifted on top of them, because the flag is specific to the leader of the army as a mark to his location.

How the flag is tied

The flag is tied at the end of the spear and twisted around it. It is given to the leader of the army in accordance to the number of armies. Thus it is tied to the leader of the first army, the second army, or the leader of Al-Sham army, and Iraq army, or the leader of Aleppo army, or the leader of Beirut army, and so on.

In origin it is twisted at the end of the spear and not spread out except at the time of need. It is for example spread out on top of the Khalifah’s house because of its importance. This applies also to the sites of the leaders of the armies at time of peace so that the Ummah can see the greatness of the flags of their armies. However, if this need conflicts with security issues, such as the enemy recognising the sites of the leaders of the armies, then the flag will be treated as in origin, i.e. it is not spread out but rather remains twisted/rounded.

In regards to the banner it is left for the wind to flap it, like the flags in use today. Therefore it is placed on top of the departments of the State.

The Black Flag Of Jihad

A black flag with the shahada inscribed in white was spotted on Jihadist websites from at least 2001. Even though the historical black banner did not have any inscription, this variant is commonly known as al-rāya “the banner” or rayat al-`uqab “banner of the eagle” after the hadith tradition, and has been dubbed the black flag of jihad by western observers. Islamic extremist organizations that used such a black flag include al‑Qaeda, al‑Shabaab, the Islamic Courts Union, the Islamic State of Iraq and Hizbul Islam (2009). Some variant designs depict the second phrase of the shahada in the form of the historical seal of Muhammad.

Historical use

Historically the Abbasid Revolution adopted black for its rāya; for which their partisans were called the musawwids. Their rivals chose other colours in reaction; among these, forces loyal to Marwan II adopted red.

After the revolution, Islamic apocalyptic circles admitted that the Abbasid banners would be black but asserted that the Mahdi’s standard would be black and larger. Anti-Abbasid circles cursed “the black banners from the East”, “first and last”.

The Bábí leader Mullá Husayn-i-Bushru’i raised the Black Standard in his westward march from Mashhad starting 21 July 1848, to proclaim the Báb’s message. The people of Barfurush confronted the march and a series of battles ensued. The Bábís stopped and built the fort Shaykh Tabarsi which developed into one of the most significant battles of the Bábí religion. It is reported the Black Standard flew above the fortress.

The flag flown by the Emirate of Afghanistan under Abdur Rahman Khan (1880–1901) was also solid black.

As Arab nationalism [the creator of the Palestine-Israel conflict] developed in the early 20th century, the black within the Pan-Arab colors was chosen to represent the black banner of Muhammad, while the name of “The Eagle” gave rise to the eagle depicted in the flag of the Federation of Arab Republics (1972), which survives as the modern flag of Egypt.


Before Islam, visible standards were used at least in the Roman army to identify the core of the legion – the Eagles. By the middle 600s CE, the Arabs were using standards for the same purpose. Among the Arabs the rāya was a square banner; not to be confused with the liwā’ or `alam, an identifying mark like a red turban.

Islamic tradition states that the Quraysh had a black liwā’ and a white-and-black rāya. It further states that Muhammad had an `alam in white, nicknamed “The Young Eagle (العقاب al-`uqāb)”; and (relevant here) a rāya in black, said to be made from his wife Aisha’s head-cloth. This larger flag was known as the Eagle. The name may have referred to the Byzantine eagle.

The tradition reports Muhammad said that the advent of the Mahdi would be signaled by “Black Standards” proceeding from Khorasan.

At Siffin it was said that `Ali used the liwā’ of the Prophet, which as noted above was white; but those who fought with him did use black banners as well.

3. (Above) Flag used by Caucasian Mujahideen in 2002. The design shows the phrase al-jihad fi sabili llahi and the takbir rather than the shahada.

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4. (Above) Solid black flag; flag of the Emirate of Afghanistan from 1880-1901.

5. (Above) The green flag of terrorist organization Hamas (Hamas was created by the Muslim Brotherhood. Not to be confused with the national Saudi flag with the sword). The green color may indicate the Saudi origin Palestinians and militant support of Hamas since the national flag of Saudi Arabia is similar. The early “palestinians” come from Saudi Arabia and Egypt, and not from Palestine. They never lost any land to “Jewish occupation”. The green color is likely related to that founding association with Saudi Arabia.

6. (Above) The Mahdiyah, more commonly known as the Mahdist State or Mahdist Arabia, was created in 1979 following the Islamist coup by Juhayman al-Otaibi, who overthrew the decaying Saudi dynasty during the annual Hadj and proclaimed an Islamist State proclaiming his brother-in-law Muhammad bin abd Allah al-Qahtani as the Mahdi, the Messiah awaited to redeem Islam. Black and green are the traditional colours of Islam. The Shahada, the Islamic creed, can be read on the flag.

7. (Above) The flag belonging to the terrorist organization Hezbolla.

8. (Above) Iraqi and Iranian al Qaeda flag. Black, again, represents the death of the kuffar.

9. (Above) Iranian of the Mahdi Army (Caliphate)

10. Flag used by the Islamic State of Iraq (2007), al‑Shabaab and other jihadists during the 2000s, including the Syrian arm of al-Qaeda fighting against the kuffar (or as Obama and the EU likes to call them; “rebels” and “freedom fighters”)

11. (Above) Another al Qaeda flag found amongst the Syrian “freedom fighters”. Often used amongst al-Qaeda members all over the world.

12. (Above) al-Qaeda’s new logo with the rising sun, symbolizing the growth, spread, and dominion of the extremist arm around the world.

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13. (Above) Flag of The Islamic State of Iraq found in a Sunni village in Diyala province. The Islamic State of Iraq is an al-Qaeda front group masquerading as a “shadow government”.

14. (Above) Flag of an independent branch of Somali terrorists

15. Also known as the Negev Confederation or the Wall of Peace, the Republic of Sinai, came about after the end of the Yom Kippur WAr, but it actually has roots further back in history. The flag was used by the largest militia of independent fighters during the Yom Kippur war. Only possessing canvas to make a flag, it was painted gold with some paint that was found. Black paint was used to make the camels which originally had riders (warriors) upon them. The Dove was not added until 1983 when the Republic was nicknamed the Wall of Peace and the riders/fighters were removed. The ends of the Egyptian and Israeli flags represent the Republics place as a Wall between Egypt and Israel.

New Designs

In Islam any private civilian is encouraged to take up arms and fight for the sake of Allah. It’s his duty. The fight is his fight against the Kufar. It does not mean any so called kufar needed to have done anything at all against him, but he should fight him anyways for no other reason than being a kufar, and this will please Allah. Therefore, there can be thousands of branches of Muslim terrorists popping up all over the place, carrying new names.

Here is a new logo design that refers to the Black Flag of Khorasan, a new extremist Caliphate front that target non-Muslims and the ideal to invade other countries to force them to rule under Islam.

The creators write:

“Let’s not think that Islam is a religion of Muslims. Islam is a religion of humanity. Let’s be developed and progressive, let us embrace revolution in the face of stagnation, let us embrace martyrdom, in the face of humiliation and let us embrace knowledge in the face of ignorance. Let’s read as the Quran has commanded us and let’s speak as the Quran has commanded us. These two methods are our primary method and when logic is blocked by the mountains of arrogance and ignorance we shall call to arm.”
“This is the method of our beloved Mohammed (pbuh) the final messenger of Allah (swt)to humanity, and this is the method that was acted upon by his companions under the leadership of the four rightly guided Caliphs.”

Map of modern day Khorasan-Afghanistan

Flag of Khorasan - A Flag of Islam

Muslim Convert New Black Panther (NBP) leader Samir Shabazz: We’re Gonna Kill Some Cracker Babies

Now really? This illiterate drug mule converts to the ideology of the biggest African slave traders in human history, Arabs, and even changes his name to a Muslim sounding one while spewing about “crackers” who ended slavery and fought for the ban of slavery along with hispanics, asians, orientals. Slavery, it’s always about a trade that is not legal in the entire Western world today. Islam has never even wanted to end slavery and never even once fought for human rights or equality. Never once. It is pressure from the West that forced some Muslim countries to begin to, reluctantly, abolish slavery. However, only last year we posted an ad by an Arab in Saudi Arabia advertising his ‘black castrated slave’ for sale, which he had purchased and shipped over from Mauritania although Mauritania is suppose to have abolished slavery. Under Islam Muslims continue to enslave 27 million Africans even today.

This man must be dumber than a rock.

He doesn’t seem aware that African Kings sold 140 million of other Africans (from competing tribes and accused criminals) to Arabs to be exported as slaves to other parts of the Arab world. They earned tremendous wealth from this trade. The massive wealth that Africans and Muslim traders earned from the slave trade tempted others to follow suit. Before you knew it, the whole world was trading in people. This evil trade came to an end a long time ago except in Africa and some parts of the Middle East, where it continues to this day.

Black contribution to Africa: Charles Taylor, American descendant of slaves, returns to Africa and creates the most vicious militant movement that destroys the country from within:

Urban Directory: Cracker

Originally the white slave driver because he would “crack” the whip, hence the noun cracker.

Noun. Slang word used to refer to those of European ancestry. The word is thought to have either derived from the sound of a whip being cracked by slave owners, or because crackers are generally white in color.

opposite of nigger, an insult to whites… except white people aren’t dumb enough to walk around calling each other that word because it’s intended to be demeaning.

Racist term for a white person


All those “crackers” have been trying hard for over one thousand years to end slavery. Let us know where you find AFRICAN  COUNTRIES fighting to end the slavery of black people on this historic timeline of the slave trade:

Ancient times

  • 3rd century BC: Ashoka abolishes slave trade and encourages people to treat slaves well but does not abolish slavery itself in the Maurya Empire, covering the majority of India, which was under his rule.
  • 221-206 B.C.E: The Qin Dynasty’s measures to eliminate the landowning aristocracy include the abolition of slavery and the establishment of a free peasantry who owed taxes and labor to the state. They also abolished primogeniture and discouraged serfdom. The dynasty was overthrown in 206 B.C.E and many of its laws were overturned.
  • 17: Wang Mang usurped the Chinese throne and instituted a series of sweeping reforms, including the abolition of slavery and radical land reform. After his assassination in 23 C.E., slavery was reinstituted.

Early timeline

Many of these changes were reversed in practice over the succeeding centuries.

  • 960: Doge of Venice Pietro IV Candiano reconvened the popular assembly and had it approve of a law prohibiting the slave trade
  • 1102: Trade in slaves and serfdom ruled illegal in London: Council of London (1102)
  • 1117: Slavery abolished in Iceland
  • 1200: Slavery virtually disappears in Japan; it was never widespread and mostly involved captives taken in civil wars.
  • 1214: The Statute of the Town of Korčula (Croatia) abolishes slavery.
  • 1215: Magna Carta signed. Clause 30, commonly known as Habeas Corpus, would form the basis of a law against slavery in English common law.
  • ~1220: The Sachsenspiegel, the most influential German code of law from the Middle Ages condemns slavery as a violation of God’s likeness to man.
  • 1256: The Liber Paradisus is promulgated. The Comune di Bologna abolishes slavery and serfdom and releases all the serfs in its territories.
  • 1274: Landslova (Land’s Law) in Norway mentions only former slaves, which indicates that slavery was abolished in Norway
  • 1315: Louis X, king of France, publishes a decree proclaiming that “France” signifies freedom and that any slave setting foot on the French ground should be freed
  • 1335: Sweden (including Finland at the time) makes slavery illegal, though this is not enacted. A true abolition of slavery does not occur until 1813.
  • 1368: China’s Hongwu Emperor establishes the Ming dynasty and would abolish all forms of slavery. However, slavery continued in the Ming dynasty. Later Ming rulers, as a way of limiting slavery in the absence of a prohibition, passed a decree that limited the number of slaves that could be held per household and extracted a severe tax from slave owners.
  • 1416: Republic of Ragusa (modern day Dubrovnik, Croatia) abolished slavery and slave trading
  • 1435: Papal Encyclical – Sicut Dudum – of Pope Eugene IV banning enslavement on pain of excommunication.

Modern timeline

  • 1701: The Lord Chief Justice rules that a slave became free as soon as he arrived in England.
  • 1723: Russia abolishes outright slavery but retains serfdom.
  • 1723–1730: China’s Yongzheng emancipation sought to free all slaves to strengthen the autocratic ruler through a kind of social leveling that created an undifferentiated class of free subjects under the throne. Although these new regulations freed the vast majority of slaves, wealthy families continued to use slave labor into the twentieth century.
  • 1761, 12 February: Portugal abolishes slavery in mainland Portugal and in Portuguese possessions in India through a decree by the Marquis of Pombal.
  • 1772: Somersett’s case held that no slave could be forcibly removed from Britain. This case was generally taken at the time to have decided that the condition of slavery did not exist under English law in England and Wales, and emancipated the remaining ten to fourteen thousand slaves or possible slaves in England and Wales, who were mostly domestic servants.
  • 1774 Laws of the Marquis of Pombal, prime minister of King José I. prohibiting the transport of black slaves to Portugal and the liberation of the children of slaves born in Portugal
  • 1775: Pennsylvania Abolition Society formed in Philadelphia, the first abolition society in North America.
  • 1777: Slavery abolished in Madeira, Portugal
  • 1777: Constitution of the Vermont Republic bans slavery.
  • 1780: Pennsylvania passes An Act for the Gradual Abolition of Slavery, freeing future children of slaves. Those born prior to the Act remain enslaved for life. The Act becomes a model for other Northern states. Last slaves freed 1847.
  • 1783: Russia abolishes slavery in Crimean Khanate
  • 1783: Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court rules slavery illegal based on 1780 state constitution. All slaves are immediately freed.
  • 1783: Joseph II, Holy Roman Emperor issued an order abolishing slavery in Bukovina on 19 June 1783 in Czernowitz
  • 1783: New Hampshire begins a gradual abolition of slavery.
  • 1784: Connecticut begins a gradual aboliton of slavery, freeing future children of slaves, and later all slaves.
  • 1784: Rhode Island begins a gradual abolition of slavery.
  • 1787: The United States in Congress Assembled passed the Northwest Ordinance of 1787 outlawing any new slavery in the Northwest Territories.
  • 1787: Sierra Leone founded by Britain as colony for emancipated slaves
  • 1787: Society for the Abolition of the Slave Trade founded in Britain
  • 1788: Sir William Dolben’s Act regulating the conditions on British slave ships enacted
  • 1792: Denmark-Norway declares transatlantic slave trade illegal after 1803 (though slavery continues in Danish colonies to 1848)
  • 1793: Upper Canada (Ontario) abolishes import of slaves by Act Against Slavery
  • 1794: France abolishes slavery in all its possessions; slavery is restored by Napoleon in 1802.
  • 1799: New York State passes gradual emancipation act freeing future children of slaves, and all slaves in 1827.
  • 1799: The ‘Colliers (Scotland) Act 1799‘ ends the legal slavery of Scottish coal miners that had been established in 1606.
  • 1802: The First Consul Napoleon re-introduces slavery on French colonies growing sugarcane.
  • 1802: Ohio writes a state constitution that abolishes slavery.
  • 1803: Denmark-Norway abolition of transatlantic slave trade takes effect 1 January 1803
  • 1804: New Jersey begins a gradual abolition of slavery, freeing future children of slaves. Those born prior to the Act remain enslaved for life
  • 1804: Haiti declares independence and abolishes slavery
  • 1805: Britain: bill for Abolition passed in Commons, rejected in the House of Lords.
  • 1806: U.S. President Thomas Jefferson in a message to Congress called for criminalizing the international slave trade, asking Congress to “withdraw the citizens of the United States from all further participation in those violations of human rights … which the morality, the reputation, and the best of our country have long been eager to proscribe.”
  • 1807, 2 March: Jefferson signed the Act Prohibiting Importation of Slaves into law in the U.S. which took effect 1 January 1808.
  • 1807, 25 March: Abolition of the Slave Trade Act abolished slave trading in British Empire. Captains fined £120 per slave transported.
  • 1807: 22 July: The constitution of the Duchy of Warsaw abolishes serfdom
  • 1807: British begin patrols of African coast to arrest slaving vessels. West Africa Squadron (Royal Navy) established to suppress slave trading; by 1865, nearly 150,000 people freed by anti-slavery operations
  • 1807: Abolition of serfdom in Prussia through the Stein-Hardenberg Reforms.
  • 1807: Territorial Justice Augustus Woodward Territory denies the return of 2 slaves owned by a man in Windsor, Upper Canada (present day Ontario). Woodward declares that any man “coming into this Territory is by law of the land a freeman.”
  • 1808: In United States, Act Prohibiting Importation of Slaves takes effect 1 Jan.
  • 1810: In Mexico, Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla declares slavery abolished. In the following years, during the Mexican War of Independence, gradually comprehensive steps will end slavery in the new country.
  • 1811: Slave trading made a felony in the British Empire punishable by transportation for British subjects and foreigners.
  • 1811: Spain abolishes slavery at home and in all colonies except Cuba, Puerto Rico, and Santo Domingo
  • 1811: The First National Congress of Chile approves a proposal drafted by Manuel de Salas that declares the Freedom of wombs, which sets free the sons of slaves born on Chilean territory, no matter the conditions of the parents; it prohibited the slave trade and recognized as freedmen those who, passing in transit through Chilean territory, stayed there for six months.
  • 1813: Mexico abolishes slavery in the documents Sentimientos de la Nación, by insurgent leader José María Morelos y Pavón
  • 1813: In Argentina, the Law of Wombs was passed on 2 February, by the Assembly of Year XIII. The law stated that those born after 31 January 1813 would be granted freedom when contracting matrimony, or on their 16th birthday for women and 20th for men, and upon their manumission would be given land and tools to work it. In 1853, slavery was completely abolished.
  • 1814: Uruguay, before its independence, declares all those born of slaves in their territories are free from that day forward.
  • 1814: The Netherlands outlaws slave trade.
  • 1815: British pay Portugal £750,000 to cease their trade north of the Equator
  • 1815: Congress of Vienna. Eight victorious powers declared their opposition to slavery
  • 1816: Serfdom abolished in Estonia.
  • 1817: Serfdom abolished in Courland.
  • 1817: Spain paid £400,000 by British to cease trade to Cuba, Puerto Rico, and Santo Domingo
  • 1817: New York State sets a date of 4 July 1827 to free all its slaves.
  • 1818: Treaty between Britain and Spain to abolish slave trade
  • 1818: Treaty between Britain and Portugal to abolish slave trade
  • 1818: France abolishes slave trading
  • 1818: Treaty between Britain and the Netherlands taking additional measures to enforce the 1814 ban on slave trading
  • 1819: Serfdom abolished in Livonia.
  • 1819: Upper Canada Attorney-General John Robinson declares all black residents of Canada free
  • 1820: Mexico formally abolishes slavery with the Plan of Iguala, proposed by Agustín de Iturbide and ratified the following year by him and the Viceroy, Juan O’Donojú
  • 1820: Compromise of 1820 in U.S. prohibits slavery north of a line (36°30′)
  • 1820: Indiana supreme court in Polly v. Lasselle orders almost all slaves in the state to be freed.
  • 1821: Gran Colombia (Ecuador, Colombia, Venezuela, Panama) declares free the sons and daughters born to slave mothers, sets up program for compensated emancipation
  • 1822: Liberia founded by American Colonization Society (USA) as a colony for emancipated slaves.
  • 1822: Greece abolishes slavery
  • 1823: Chile abolishes slavery
  • 1824: Mexico’s new Constitution (1824 Constitution of Mexico) effectively frees existing slaves.
  • 1824: The Federal Republic of Central America abolishes slavery.
  • 1825: Uruguay declares independence from Brazil and prohibits the traffic of slaves from foreign countries.
  • 1827: Treaty between Britain and Sweden to abolish slave trade
  • 1828: New York State abolishes slavery. Children born between 1799 and 1827 are indentured until age 25 (females) or age 28 (males).
  • 1829: Last slaves are freed in Mexico.
  • 1830: Mexican president Anastasio Bustamante orders the abolition of slavery to be implemented also in Mexican Texas. To circumvent the law, many Anglo colonists convert their slaves into “indentured servants for life”.
  • 1830: The first Constitution of Uruguay declares the abolition of slavery.
  • 1831: Bolivia abolishes slavery
  • 1834: The British Slavery Abolition Act comes into force, abolishing slavery throughout most of the British Empire. Legally frees 700,000 in West Indies, 20,000 in Mauritius, 40,000 in South Africa. The exceptions, territories controlled by the Honourable East India Company and Ceylon, were liberated in 1843 when they became part of the British Empire.
  • 1835: Serbia abolishes slavery Although formally outlawed in 1835, slavery never existed in Serbia. During its occupation by the Ottoman Empire, however, male Serbian children were regularly taken to be trained as janissaries.
  • 1835: Treaty between Britain and France to abolish slave trade
  • 1835: Treaty between Britain and Denmark to abolish slave trade
  • 1836: Portugal abolishes transatlantic slave trade
  • 1836: Republic of Texas is established. Slavery is made legal again.
  • 1836 (December) – Viscount Sa da Bandeira, prime minister, prohibits the import and export of slaves from the Portuguese colonies south of the Equator.
  • 1838, 1 August: Enslaved men, women and children in the British Empire finally became free after a period of forced apprenticeship following the passing of the Slavery Abolition Act in 1833
  • 1839: British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society founded, now called Anti-Slavery International
  • 1839: Indian indenture system made illegal (reversed in 1842)
  • 1840: Treaty between Britain and Venezuela to abolish slave trade; the first World Anti-Slavery Convention meets in London.
  • 1841: Quintuple Treaty is signed; Britain, France, Russia, Prussia, and Austria agree to suppress slave trade
  • 1842: Treaty between Britain and Portugal to extend the enforcement of the ban on slave trade to Portuguese ships sailing south of the Equator.
  • 1843: Honourable East India Company becomes increasingly controlled by Britain and abolishes slavery in India by the Indian Slavery Act V. of 1843.
  • 1843: Treaty between Britain and Uruguay to suppress slave trade
  • 1843: Treaty between Britain and Mexico to suppress slave trade
  • 1843: Treaty between Britain and Chile to suppress slave trade
  • 1843: Treaty between Britain and Bolivia to abolish slave trade
  • 1845: 36 British Royal Navy ships are assigned to the Anti-Slavery Squadron, making it one of the largest fleets in the world.
  • 1846: Persuaded by Britain the Bey of Tunisia outlawed the slave trade; the policy was reversed temporarily by his successor.
  • 1847: Under British pressure the Ottoman Empire abolishes slave trade from Africa.
  • 1847: Sweden abolishes slavery
  • 1847: Slavery ends in Pennsylvania. Those born before 1780 (fewer than 100 in 1840 Census) are freed.
  • 1848: Slavery abolished in all French and Danish colonies
  • 1848: France founds Gabon for settlement of emancipated slaves.
  • 1848: Treaty between Britain and Muscat to suppress slave trade
  • 1849: Treaty between Britain and Persian Gulf states to suppress slave trade
  • 1850: In the United States, the Fugitive Slave Law of 1850 requires return of escaped slaves
  • 1851: New Granada (Colombia) abolishes slavery
  • 1852: The Hawaiian Kingdom abolishes kauwa system of serfdom.
  • 1853: Argentina abolishes slavery when promulgating the 1853 Constitution
  • 1854: Peru abolishes slavery
  • 1854: Venezuela abolishes slavery
  • 1855: Moldavia partially abolishes slavery.
  • 1856: Wallachia partially abolishes slavery.
  • 1860: Indenture system abolished within British-occupied India.
  • 1861: Russia frees its serfs in the Emancipation reform of 1861.
  • 1862: Treaty between United States and Britain for the suppression of the slave trade (African Slave Trade Treaty Act).
  • 1862: Cuba abolishes slave trade
  • 1863: Slavery abolished in Dutch colonies.
  • 1863: In the United States, Abraham Lincoln signs the Emancipation Proclamation which declared slaves in Confederate-controlled areas to be freed. Most slaves in “border states” are freed by state action; separate law freed the slaves in Washington, D.C.
  • 1865: December: U.S. abolishes slavery with the Thirteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution; about 40,000 remaining slaves are affected.
  • 1866: Slavery abolished in Indian Territory (now Oklahoma).
  • 1869 (February, 27th) – Portugal: King Louis signs a decree of the government, chaired by the Marquis Sá da Bandeira, abolishing slavery in all Portuguese territories.
  • 1869: Portugal abolishes slavery in the African colonies
  • 1871: Brazil Rio Branco Law declares free the sons and daughters born to slave mothers after 28 September 1871.
  • 1873: Slavery abolished in Puerto Rico
  • 1873: Treaty between Britain and Zanzibar and Madagascar to suppress slave trade
  • 1874: Britain abolishes slavery in the Gold Coast (now Ghana), following its annexation in 1874.
  • 1882: Ottoman firman abolishes all forms of slavery, white or black.
  • 1885: Brazil passes Sexagenarian Law freeing all slaves over the age of 60.
  • 1886: Slavery abolished in Cuba
  • 1888: May, 13th Brazil passes Golden Law, abolishing slavery without indemnities to slaveowners or aid to newly freed slaves.
  • 1890: Brussels Conference Act – a collection of anti-slavery measures to put an end to the slave trade on land and sea especially in the Congo Basin, the Ottoman Empire and the East African coast
  • 1894: Korea officially abolishes slavery, but it survives in practice until 1930.
  • 1896: France abolishes slavery in Madagascar
  • 1897: Zanzibar abolishes slavery following its becoming a British protectorate
  • 1899: France abolishes slavery in Ndzuwani
  • 1902: Ethiopian Empire abolishes slavery (though it was not legally and officially abolished by Emperor Haile Selassie until 1942).
  • 1906: China formally abolishes slavery effective 31 January 1910, when all adult slaves were converted into hired labourers and the young were freed upon reaching age 25.
  • 1912: Siam (Thailand), formally abolishes all slavery. The act of selling a person into slavery was abolished in 1897 but slavery itself was not outlawed at that time.
  • 1921: Nepal abolishes slavery.
  • 1922: Morocco abolishes slavery.
  • 1923: Afghanistan abolishes slavery.
  • 1924: Iraq abolishes slavery.
  • 1924: League of Nations Temporary Slavery Commission
  • 1926, 25 September: Convention to Suppress the Slave Trade and Slavery bound all signatories to end slavery.
  • 1928: Iran abolishes slavery.
  • 1928: Domestic slavery practised by local African elites abolished in Sierra Leone. Though established as a place for freed slaves, a study found practices of domestic slavery still widespread in rural areas in the 1970s.
  • 1935: Italian General Emilio De Bono proclaims slavery to be abolished in the Ethiopian Empire.
  • 1936: Britain abolishes slavery in Northern Nigeria.
  • 1945: In the aftermath of the defeat of Nazi Germany and Japan, workcamps for slave labor were closed by the liberators.
  • 1946: Fritz Sauckel, procurer of slave labor for Nazi Germany, is convicted at the Nuremberg trials and executed as war criminal.
  • 1948: UN Article 4 of the Declaration of Human Rights bans slavery globally.
  • 1952: Qatar abolishes slavery.
  • 1959: Slavery in Tibet is abolished by China after the Dalai Lama flees.
  • 1960: Niger abolishes slavery (though it was not made illegal until 2003).
  • 1962: Saudi Arabia abolishes slavery [slavery continues to exist in Saudi Arabia in 2013, especially labour slaves].
  • 1962: Yemen abolishes slavery.
  • 1963: United Arab Emirates abolishes slavery [labour slavery continues to exist in 2013].
  • 1970: Oman abolishes slavery.
  • 1981: Mauritania abolishes slavery.
  • 2007: Mauritania makes slavery a crime.
  • 2010: The United Kingdom makes slavery a crime [in Britain new cases of hidden slavery has occurred amongst African and Muslim immigrants].

While now officially illegal in all nations, slavery or practices akin to it continue today in many countries throughout the world.

Countries that continue to entertain modern day slavery in 2013:

Blacklisted for trading in human beings, slavery and human trafficking: Cuba, Iran, Myanmar, North Korea, Sudan, Eritrea, Libya and Zimbabwe are on the blacklist. Middle East like Kuwait and Saudi Arabia made the list, while Papua New Guinea was cited as a repeat offender. Only one country, the Dominican Republic, was removed from the list.

The 11 new countries on the blacklist are Algeria, the Central African Republic, Equatorial Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Lebanon, Libya, Madagascar, Micronesia, Turkmenistan, Venezuela and Yemen.

The report also cited six nations – Chad, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Myanmar, Somalia, Sudan and Yemen – for using child soldiers and not taking steps to end the practice.

Where are the “crackers” on this list?

US – GCC behind “Arab Spring” Style Sudan Protests

In the last few decades we have ended up with the worse leadership in American history, with the walking natural disaster George W Bush and now Obama bin Laden. Pair that with more low brow leadership of France, Britain, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Iran, Jordan, Turkey and Kuwait and you have nothing but disasters. The world has been hijacked with complete lunacy.

This endless meddling has got to stop. People want no part of this. This is not what we pay taxes for, this is not what we have voted for. We have severe abuse of power all over the place that need to be charged with treason.

We don’t agree with every view of his, but you can read Tony Cartalucci analysis below.

Old Dog, Old Trick: US, Saudis, Qatar Attempt “Arab Spring” Retread in Sudan

Protests are smokescreen for unfolding US-Saudi-Qatari backed violence seeking regime change in Sudan.

September 28, 2013 (Tony Cartalucci) – The Associated Press reveals that recent and ongoing “Arab Spring-style” unrest in Sudan’s capital of Khartoum is led by Sudan’s Western-backed opposition, the National Umma Party, and the various faux-NGO’s and “independent media” organizations created by the West to prop it up. This reveals yet another Western-engineered uprising designed for regime change in favor of a new, Western friendly client regime.

The AP article, “Sudanese protesters demand the regime’s ouster,” first claims:

Activists acknowledge they have no unified leadership or support from political parties but express hope the spontaneous nature of the current round of protests means they’re gaining momentum.

However, AP then admits [emphasis added]:

One of Sudan’s most prominent opposition leaders, Sadiq al-Mahdi of the National Umma Party, told worshippers at a mosque in the district of Omdurman that al-Bashir has been spending the state’s budget on “consolidating power” and failed “to lift the agony off the citizens’ shoulders.”

After the sermon, protesters marched through the district, a longtime opposition stronghold, chanting “the people want the downfall of the regime,” the slogan heard in Arab Spring uprisings that began in late 2010 and have led to the ouster of the leaders in Tunisia, Egypt, Libya and Yemen.

Clearly, the “activists” indeed have a leader – Sadiq al-Mahdi of the National Umma Party who was literally leading the protesters out into the streets. And while comparisons to the “Arab Spring” invokes images of peaceful “pro-democracy” protests – AP admits that the protesters are already turning to violence:

Angry protesters torched police and dozens of gas stations and government buildings, and students marched chanting for al-Bashir’s ouster.

AP, perhaps hoping readers would not bother researching the matter further, also quotes “local blogger and journalist Reem Shawka” to bolster their narrative. Shawka is a columnist at Sudan’s 500 Words Magazine. While 500 Words maintains that it is “a Sudanese independent online magazine,” it proudly advertises in the right column of its website an upcoming US Institute of Peace “Sudanese and South Sudanese Youth Leaders Program.” Like Thailand’s deceitful US-funded propaganda front Prachatai, 500 Words is most likely directly funded by the US government, and is most certainly in tune with the US State Department’s agenda and talking points regarding Sudan.


Image: Sudan’s “independent online magazine,” 500 Words proudly advertises for the US Institute of Peace on its website (right-hand side), exposing the predictable ties between its support for Western-backed opposition inside of Sudan and the US State Department through the National Endowment for Democracy and others, who most likely funds the online propaganda front.

Indeed 500 Words’ editor-in-chief, Moez Ali, has his own page on “Open Democracy” – funded by convicted criminal George Soros‘ Open Society Institute, the Oak Foundation, the Sigrid Rausing Trust, TIDES, and many others.


It should be mentioned that the US Institute of Peace – advertised for on 500 Words – has played an instrumental role in the Western-engineered “Arab Spring,” where it literally crafts the constitutions and structure of proxy regimes the West plans to create once targeted nations have been overthrown.

Who is Opposition Leader Sadiq al-Mahdi?

Sadiq al-Mahdi, leader of Sudan’s National Umma Party, is a member of the EU-US-Saudi-Qatari run Arab Democracy Foundation and the Club de Madrid which features former US President Bill Clinton as a “full member” amongst many others, and is backed by Wall Street and London’s myriad of “international institutions” and foundations including the World Bank, the Rockefeller Brothers Fund, the Ford Foundation, Walmart, North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), Microsoft, and many others.

Al-Mahdi himself was Oxford educated, according to his official Club de Madrid biography, which also states [emphasis added]:

Al-Mahdi was elected president of the Umma party in November 1964, and led a campaign to promote political activity, develop political Islam, and reform the party by expanding its base and promoting democracy behavior. Despite his efforts towards a democratic government, there was another coup d´état in 1969 that led to a dictatorship referred to as the May Regime.

He was soon arrested by the military government, exiled to Egypt, and detained in Sudanese prisons repeatedly until 1974. Later that year, he traveled abroad and toured Arab and African Capitals where he delivered a number of lectures. While in exile, he formed the National Democratic Front (NDF), comprised of Umma, the Democratic Unionist Party, and the Muslim Brotherhood. Through his efforts, the NDF was able to make an accord of national reconciliation in 1977 with the May Regime that mandated democratic reform.

His direct association with the Muslim Brotherhood is important, as this is the organization that as far back as 2007, under then US President George Bush, began receiving US-Saudi-Israeli support to prepare the violent overthrow of several nations, including in particular, Syria. Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Seymour Hersh in his 2007 New Yorker article,  “The Redireciton: Is the Administration’s new policy benefiting our enemies in the war on terrorism?” would reveal US-Saudi-Israeli support behind funding and arming the Muslim Brotherhood in Syria:

“the Saudi government, with Washington’s approval, would provide funds and logistical aid to weaken the government of President Bashir Assad, of Syria. The Israelis believe that putting such pressure on the Assad government will make it more conciliatory and open to negotiations.”

Hersh also reported that a supporter of the Lebanese pro-US-Saudi Hariri faction had met Dick Cheney in Washington and relayed personally the importance of using the Muslim Brotherhood in Syria in any move against the ruling government:

“[Walid] Jumblatt then told me that he had met with Vice-President Cheney in Washington last fall to discuss, among other issues, the possibility of undermining Assad. He and his colleagues advised Cheney that, if the United States does try to move against Syria, members of the Syrian Muslim Brotherhood would be “the ones to talk to,” Jumblatt said.”The article would continue by explaining how already in 2007 US and Saudi backing had begun benefiting the Brotherhood:

“There is evidence that the Administration’s redirection strategy has already benefitted the Brotherhood. The Syrian National Salvation Front is a coalition of opposition groups whose principal members are a faction led by Abdul Halim Khaddam, a former Syrian Vice-President who defected in 2005, and the Brotherhood. A former high-ranking C.I.A. officer told me, “The Americans have provided both political and financial support. The Saudis are taking the lead with financial support, but there is American involvement.” He said that Khaddam, who now lives in Paris, was getting money from Saudi Arabia, with the knowledge of the White House. (In 2005, a delegation of the Front’s members met with officials from the National Security Council, according to press reports.) A former White House official told me that the Saudis had provided members of the Front with travel documents.”

That al-Mahdi, whose coalition included the Muslim Brotherhood that’s played an instrumental role executing recent Western designs in Syria and Egypt, and whose uprising and calls for faux-reform is echoed by the likes of Sudanese extremist leader Hassan al-Turabi (who had in fact invited Osama Bin Laden to Sudan), is now leading protesters through the streets of Sudan’s capital, torching infrastructure, government buildings, and police stations (just as was done across Egypt and Syria), indicates another attempt by the West to overthrow the Sudanese government via proxy militancy. That the West has once again “coincidentally” arrayed its vast resources behind al-Mahdi’s “revolution,” which includes Al Qaeda-linked leaders like al-Turabi, once again illustrates that so-called “Islamic” extremism is a geopolitical tool both created and intentionally perpetuated by the West, both as a pretext for direct military invasion and occupation (Mali, Afghanistan) and as an inexhaustible proxy mercenary force for overthrowing targeted nations (Libya, Egypt, Syria).

What to Watch For

Sudan shares borders with NATO-overthrown Libya, destabilized Egypt, and US military proxy Ethiopia. It is also across the Red Sea from Saudi Arabia itself. Both Libya and Egypt have sizable US-Saudi-Israeli-Qatari-backed terrorist organizations and their affiliated political arms – the Muslim Brotherhood being the most prominent. Sudan is a potential tinderbox made more volatile in recent years due to the Muslim Brotherhood’s US-Saudi-Qatari-Israeli enabled rise, along with the Western-backed terrorist organizations, including Al Qaeda, that form it’s armed factions.

The West’s interest in Sudan is not causal or spontaneous. It was listed as one of several nations the US had intended to violently overthrow and subjugate as a client regime since at least 2001, revealed in a speech given by US Army General Wesley Clark in 2007.

[Video: Wesley Clark sought the presidency during the 2004 elections, seeking to bring a less hawkish perspective to the White House. After the campaign, Clark did not end his crusade for what he sees as a better America, one that supports his vision of a responsible foreign policy. He believes that hard work, leadership and determination will ultimately turn the country around. – The Commonwealth Club
Wesley Clark is a retired four-star general of the United States Army. Clark was valedictorian of his class at West Point, was awarded a Rhodes Scholarship to the University of Oxford where he earned a master’s degree in economics, and later graduated from the Command and General Staff College with a master’s degree in military science. He spent 34 years in the Army and the Department of Defense, receiving many military decorations, several honorary knighthoods, and a Presidential Medal of Freedom.]


With a recent terrorist attack by US armed and backed Al Qaeda in Nairobi Kenya threatening to justify new joint African Union-US AFRICOM incursions into Somalia, and destabilizations ongoing in both Egypt and to a much greater extent in Syria, the words of General Wesley Clark are both prophetic and indicative of the true nature of both the so-called “Arab Spring” and the attempted violent regime changes being organized behind the smokescreen of “pro-democracy protesters.”

While Sudan may not seem to have significance to most across the West, the geopolitical implications of an entire region from Mali to Pakistan under Western destabilization directly impacts oil, logistics, and stability across the globe. Nations like China which relies on African and Middle Eastern trade, are directly impacted by US attempts to destabilize and overthrow Sudan – and is in fact one of the driving motivations of the West’s so-called “Arab Spring.”

Following the “Arab Spring” playbook, we should expect attempts to justify the increased militarization of the so-called “opposition,” who will at first be portrayed as “pro-democracy” moderates forced to “defend themselves,” but will be fully revealed as Al Qaeda as full-scale proxy military operations get underway. The only way to avert a destructive military conflict is for the Sudanese government to swiftly and severely crush the opposition and secure the borders where NATO-backed militants and their equipment are most likely to flow.

Sudan’s government must also make real attempts at reform, while exposing the foreign-backed nature of opposition leaders trying to divide and destroy the nation. By breaking the predictable “evil dictator” mold Sudan’s leadership has been cast in by the Western media, it, and other nations targeted by Western regime change can even the odds leveled against them by the still formidable Western press and their partners in propaganda across Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and Israel.

Unprecedented amounts of resources have been committed to the geopolitical reordering of North Africa, the Middle East, and Central Asia. It would be a considerable mistake for any nation overtly listed by the US as “pending regime change” to underestimate any beginnings of unrest clearly backed by foreign interests. While some operations may be “testing the waters,” the final push can come at any time with fully militarized proxies pre-positioned and prepared to sow the same genocidal destruction US-backed terrorists in Syria are carrying out.

Tony Cartalucci via LandDestroyer

‘You will be blown up eternally’: Somali-American creates cartoons condemning terrorists

Taking Back America

From The Voice of Russia
26 September 2013
'You will be blown up eternally': Somali-American creates cartoons condemning terrorists
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Young Somali-Americans try to repair their community’s image and the Muslim religion in general, after the massacre at the Nairobi shopping mall, when at least 72 people were killed; by making cartoons explaining that terrorism and suicide bombing contradicts the Koran.

The Somali terror group al-Shabab has claimed responsibility for the assault on the Westgate shopping mall, and Kenyan officials have said “two or three” Americans were involved. But FBI officials say the agency has yet to confirm the names and nationalities of the attackers.

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20 Obama Quotes About Islam Contrasted With 20 Obama Quotes About Christianity

Taking Back America

From The Truth
By Michael Snyder, on September 27th, 2013
Obama messiah
You are about to read some of the most shocking quotes that Barack Obama has ever uttered in public.  A few of these have been widely circulated, but most of them are very obscure.  Even though he claims to be a Christian, throughout his political career Obama has repeatedly attacked traditional Biblical Christianity and he has a very long history of anti-Christian actions.  In public speeches he has repeatedly cast doubt on the Bible, he has repeatedly stated that he does not believe that Jesus is necessary for salvation, and he has consistently said that he believes that all “people of faith” believe in the same God.  At the same time, Obama has always referred to Muhammed as “the Prophet”, he has always expressed great love and respect for Islam, and he has even removed all references to…

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Your Daily Muslim: Saleh bin Muhammad al-Luhaidan

Your Daily Muslim

Saudi cleric Saleh bin Muhammad al-Luhaidan can’t take a joke, nor can he handle anything that isn’t Islamic. He became head of the Supreme Council of Ulema, which is basically a bunch of old men wearing towels on their heads talking about a 7th-century child-porn fairytale. He has also served on Saudi Arabia’s Supreme Judicial Council. This position was perfect for him, considering how his “mind” was only capable of focusing on Islam. In 2005, al-Luhaidan garnered worldwide media attention, and not for his droopy facial features.

“If someone knows that he is capable of entering Iraq in order to join the fight, and if his intention is to raise up the word of God, then he is free to do so,” al-Luhaidan was recorded saying in a Saudi mosque while heated clashes between international troops and Islamic militants were going on in Iraq. al-Luhaidan also claimed that Islamic law…

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R4 ‘Today’ expounds BBC ‘World View’ on Iran

BBC Watch

If listeners are interested in hearing a potted version of the BBC World View regarding the Iranian nuclear issue, the September 26th edition of the Today programme provides just such an opportunity. It also underscores two themes which the BBC appears to be doing its utmost to promote and amplify.

Starting at around 1:33:32 in this recording (available for a limited period of time) presenter John Humphrys introduces a segment of the broadcast which includes an interview with Israeli government spokesman Mark Regev with the following words.

“It was President Bush who coined the phrase ‘axis of evil’ – three countries whose activities threatened world peace – and Iran was one of the three. That was eleven years ago. A lot’s changed since then. At least that’s the hope at the United Nations today. For the first time there will be high-level meetings to find ways of Iran giving…

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Saudi Psychologist Warns Women: Driving Affects Ovary And Pelvis

Well, well. Sheikh Salah al-Luhaydan, who believes driving could have a reverse physiological impact on women, has just given the explanation why so many Arab men are in need of a lobotomy.

In fact, completely new scientific research provided to us from Mecca tells that driving can affect the intelligence level and penis size on Muslim men. So, Saudi men should seriously consider a ban on all driving for men – and leave it up to the women.

In addition, sunshine has shown to have a severe damaging effect on Arabs, the men in particular, leading to possession of jinns. Therefore it is of the utmost sincere scientific and medical advice that Arab men must immediately cover themselves in a thick black cloak, the thicker the better, and make sure no skin can be seen at all. There should be severe punishment of Arab men who are not covered. Flogging and execution of slutty Arab men who display any skin is highly recommended.


Scientific genius whoms medical skills go beyond rhyme or reason; Sheikh Salah al-Luhaydan. What job is it of Sheikh Salah al-Luhaydan to study women’s ovaries and pelvises in the first place?

Saudi women with defective ovaries and pelvises, apparently.


Saudi Sheikh Salah al-Luhaydan said driving “could have a reverse physiological impact” on women.

Saudi women seeking to challenge a de facto ban on driving should realize that this could affect their ovaries and pelvises, Sheikh Salah al-Luhaydan, also a psychologist, told Saudi news website

Driving “could have a reverse physiological impact. Physiological science and functional medicine studied this side [and found] that it automatically affects ovaries and rolls up the pelvis. This is why we find for women who continuously drive cars their children are born with clinical disorders of varying degrees,” Sheikh al-Luhaydan said.

Saudi female activists have launched an online campaign urging women to drive on Oct. 26.

More than 11,000 women have signed the declaration that says: “Since there are no clear justifications for the state to ban adult, capable women from driving. We call for enabling women to have driving tests and for issuing licenses for those who pass.”

Sheikh al-Luhaydan urged these women to consider “the mind before the heart and emotion and look at this issue with a realistic eye.”

“The result of this is bad and they should wait and consider the negativities,” he said.

Twitter reaction

Al-Luhaydan’s statement drew immediate reaction on social media, with many Saudis ridiculing his “great scientific discoveries.” A Twitter hashtag “Women_driving_affects_ovaries_and_pelvises” was created and is going viral among Arab users.

Female twitter user @Shams_AlShmous sarcastically applauded the sheikh’s “exclusive scientific achievement.”

A female user with the name of Ms Jackson @B_B1ack tells everyone: “What’s your understanding of physiology, leave it to our Sheikh al-Luhaydan.

Another female @Mshaal80 asked whether al-Haydan “studied Shariah, medicine or foolishness.”

Not part of Sharia

The head of kingdom’s religious police said last week that the “Islamic sharia does not have a text forbidding women driving.”

Sheikh Abdulatif al-Sheikh stressed that since he was appointed as head of the Committee for the Promotion of Virtue and the Prevention of Vice religious police have not pursued or stopped a woman driving.