Leaving Islam




J. Grant Swank, Jr.

"All houses as well as a market and a health center were completely looted and the market burnt," UN coordinator Mudesh Kapila said. "Over 100 women were raped, six in front of their fathers who were later killed.

"This is ethnic cleansing, this is the world's greatest humanitarian crisis, and I don't know why the world isn't doing more about it," he told BBC Radio 4's Today program.

According to WorldNetDaily, Islam killers supported by Khartoum ’s vicious Muslim politic "raped more than 100 woman in an attack in western Sudan ."

The village of Tawila suffered 75 humans slaughtered in the blood letting.

One hundred fifty women plus 200 youngsters were kidnapped while the villages were leveled.

Over one hundred thousands fled from Sudan to nearby Chad , leaving their belongings behind. Still, the enemy crossed the borders and ravaged the victims.

Kapila appealed to the world for aid, immediate assistance, hoping to see an end to the carnage.

And who are these attacked, raped, murdered, set fleeing in hope of safety? They are mostly Christians. The "cleric-backed National Islamic Front regime in the Arab and Muslim north" sought out the Christians for the slaughter.

Go back to 1983. Since then, over 2 million people have died because of battle and starvation. Nearly 5 million have lost their homes, accounted as refugees.

Before Christian women were raped, they were called on to deny their faith. Even then, they were gang-raped, sometimes slain. The rapists were a part of the Khartoum regime.

Kapila reported that he lived through the Rwanda slaughter, but what’s happening to the Christians put him in "total shock."  






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