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By Alan Kornman
On July 9, 2011 the Republic of South Sudan became the worldʼs newest country. On
April 19, 2012 North Sudanʼs Islamic President Omar al-Bashir declared war on The
Republic of South Sudan.
President Barak Hussein Obama will need to make a choice if he and America will stand
by the North Sudanese Islamist President Omar al-Bashir or the The Democratic
Republic of South Sudan.
SudaneseOnline reports, on April 24, 2012, “Al-Bashir…reiterated that there will be no
return to talking with South Sudan unless its ruling Sudan Peopleʼs Liberation
Movement (SPLM) is gone.”One of us has to go” he said before adding that our
“dialogue with these people will be through the gun because they only understand the
language of the gun.”
In the same article al-Bashir says, “I direct the army to restore [our] rights and repulse
any aggression from the Sudan Peopleʼs Liberation Army [SPLA] of the south on any
inch of the country and at any time” Bashir declared while addressing dozens of
ululating Sudanese troopers at the station of Martyr Al-Fadil in Heglig on Monday.”
President Barak Obama called for an end to violence which fell on deaf ears. President
al-Bashirʼs call for Jihad against the Republic of South Sudan has been publicly spoken
as per Islamic doctrine therefore, it is only a matter of time before a full fledged Jihadist
war breaks out against the democratic South. It is not a matter of “if” but “when.”
Election Issue For November
The United States, has a long history of defending Democratic governments when
under threat of military attack. The free and Democratic Republic of South Sudan
deserves the military protection of the United States Government if and when they
The NY Times March 17, 2012 ran a story that actor George Clooney, Rep. James
Moran of Virginian, were among a dozen protestors arrested in front of the Sudanese
Embassy in Washington. Clooney and others were concerned the Sudanese conflict
would cause, “a real humanitarian disaster” and a possible famine if aid does not reach
George Clooney and friends should be commended for being the voice of the voiceless
Sudanese refugees. However, Clooney and his liberal friends are missing the cause of
the humanitarian crisis and what is necessary to stop the problem at the source. The
source of the problem is the Islamist State of North Sudan and an Islamic doctrine
rooted in the doctrine of Sacred Space. Clooney and Rep. Moran should read the next
paragraph very closely. The doctrine of Sacred Space is one of those secrets about
Islamic doctrine Islamic leadership does not want the infidel Americans to know about.
The Doctrine Of Sacred Space
Clare Lopez, senior fellow at the Center For Security Policy, has stated the Islamist
State of North Sudanʼs motivations for war against the Republic of South Sudan could
be founded in the Islamic doctrine called The doctrine of Sacred Space. The book
Shariah The Threat to America, Team B2, p.91 explains Waqf this way.
“Land already conquered and occupied by Muslims as well as any space ever gained in
the past for the forces of the faith are waqf and considered sacred ground, endowed by
Allah to the…Muslim people forever…If ever such space has been lost, it is the duty of
all Muslims to regain it, by Jihad, if necessary.”
In the case of South Sudan Clare Lopez has taken the Waqf concept and aptly applied it
to The Doctrine of Sacred Space. Ms. Lopez states, “The Doctrine of Sacred Space is
a derivative concept…that can be understood from Islamic authoritiesʼ statements,
fatwas, and action.” Followers of Islam take very seriously retaking land they had once
conquered – Allah commands it and Muslims follow without question, debate, or
Clare Lopez concludes her analysis with, “I would say simply that North Sudan fights
South Sudan for Jihad. That’s what it is. The concept of waqf or Sacred Space is part of
why the Islamic North still fights the Christian South even after they’ve formally won
independence, and are accepted by the international system. Jihad is what motivated
North Sudan from the beginning, even when South Sudan was still part of the overall
country – it was Arab Muslim north vs Christian/animist south. As scholar Samuel
Huntington said, “Islam has bloody borders and bloody innards, too.”
All diplomatic efforts for peace and coexistence by the South Sudanese are only
temporary and non-binding in the world view of the followers of Islam, including Omar
al-Bashir. The plot of land called The Republic of South Sudan is sacred land and was
given to the Islamic North by Allah. The Islamic North Sudan will try and reclaim the
South Sudan as Allahʼs divine law instructs them to do.
For President Barak Hussein Obama to publicly call for a peaceful outcome is
disingenuous at best and outright deception at worst. On February 27, 2007 speaking
to Nicholas Kristof of the New York Times, President Obama said, “The Muslim call to
prayer is one of the prettiest sounds on Earth at sunset.” Kristof goes on to report
Obama recited the Muslim call to prayer “with a first-class [Arabic] accent.”
The Muslim call to prayer translation is:
Allah is the greatest (4x)
I bear witness that there is no God but Allah (2x)
I bear witness that Muhammad is the messenger of Allah (2x)
Come to salat (ritual prayer) (2x)
Come to success (2x)
Allah is greatest (2x)
There is no God but Allah
President Obama in the Kristof interview displays a conceptual understanding of Islamic
doctrine and theology. It is only logical that President Obama would understand the
concept of Islamic Sacred Land because it to has been around as long as the call to
prayer has been in existence. As a self proclaimed Christian President Barak Obama
with his knowledge of Islamic doctrine should know the serious situation the South
Sudanese are in.
The Question is will President Obama side with the Islamic North Sudan or the free
Republic of South Sudan. Or will President Obama do nothing and force the Republic
of South Sudan to succeed or be slaughtered as America once again sits on the
United States Disengagement
The United States had stayed on the sidelines since 2005 during the Muslim versus
Christian Sudanese civil war that resulted in over 2 million deaths. After a long and
bloody conflict the Christian dominated Republic of South Sudan created a free
Democratic Republic all on their own without any significant United States help
economically and or militarily.
The Christian dominated South Sudanese spilled considerable amounts of blood to win
their freedom and liberty from the Islamist North. The American military did not have to
win the hearts and minds of the South Sudanese by planting the seed of freedom and
liberty as our Rules of Engagement are being practiced wherever American forces are
stationed in Islamic countries. The South Sudanese embraced the Western concept of
Freedom and Liberty due to one overriding factor – they were not slaves to Allah.
Why The United States is Failing in the Middle East
The United States is currently executing a counter insurgency (COIN) in just about
every Islamist country in the Middle East. The objective of COIN is to win the hearts
and minds of the Islamic world either militarily or culturally. The conventional wisdom
President Bush stated with COIN after 9/11 was good intentioned but fatally flawed.
President Bush believed that all men and women would embrace a government model
that was free versus non-free every time. President Bush may not have had a clear
understanding that the followers of Islam believe the divinely inspired Qurʼan and
Shariah Islamiyya (Islamic Law) is superior to ALL man made laws including our
Constitution and Bill of Rights.
President Bush believed in pluralism without taking into account a political system that
believes their set of laws were inspired by Allah. Islamic doctrine and theology teaches
the Qurʼan is the exact word of Allah down to the very last letter. Muslims believe Allah
transmitted the Qurʼan to the Angel Gabriel who transmitted it directly to Muhammadʼs
ears uncorrupted by man.
The Muslim believes the Qurʼan is divinely inspired.
The practical application of the Qurʼan and Life of Muhammad is the Shariah Islamiyya (Islamic Law).
Islamic doctrine teaches all other religious books and governments have been corrupted
by man and are subservient to the divinely inspired texts in the Qurʼan. Most Muslims believe our Constitution and Bill of Rights are flawed and secondary to the divinely inspired Qurʼan. Know your enemy Know thyself and you will win 1000 battles – Sun Tzu was right then and he is right in 2012.
Republic of South Sudan Constitution
The South Sudanese wrote their Constitution following the political ideology found in the U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights.
The Republic of South Sudan Constitution states in part:
• South Sudan is governed on the basis of a decentralized democratic system and is an
all embracing homeland for its people. It is a multi-ethnic, multi-cultural, multi-lingual,
multi-religious and multi-racial entity where such diversities peacefully co-exist.
• South Sudan is founded on justice, equality, respect for human dignity and
advancement of human rights and fundamental freedoms.
• This Constitution derives its authority from the will of the people and shall be the
supreme law of the land. It shall have a binding force on all persons, institutions,
organs and agencies of government throughout the Country.
• English shall be the official working language in the Republic of South Sudan, as well
as the language of instruction at all levels of education.
• Religion and State shall be separate.
• All religions shall be treated equally and religion or religious beliefs shall not be used
for divisive purposes.
• The Bill of Rights is a covenant among the people of South Sudan and between them
and their government at every level and a commitment to respect and promote human
rights and fundamental freedoms enshrined in this Constitution; it is the cornerstone of
social justice, equality and democracy.
• Every person has the inherent right to life, dignity and the integrity of his or her person
which shall be protected by law; no one shall be arbitrarily deprived of his or her life.
• Slavery and slave trade in all form are prohibited. No person shall be held in slavery or
• An accused person is presumed to be innocent until his or her guilt is proved
according to the law.
• Every citizen shall have the right to the freedom of expression, reception and
dissemination of information, publication, and access to the press without prejudice to
public order, safety or morals as prescribed by law.
• Every person shall have the right to acquire or own property as regulated by law.
• South Sudan shall have a decentralized system of government with the following
• The National Government shall have the following organs:
the Legislature; the Executive; and the Judiciary.
The Republic of South Sudanʼs Constitution is refreshingly similar to ours.
Think Africa Press writes, “In 2003, the conservative Heritage Foundation set out a
more detailed blueprint for what this “active participation” might look like. Their report,
ʻUS Military Assistance to Africa: A Better Solutionʼ, advises the creation of a US military
command to advance security objectives in the region, co-ordinate anti-terror
campaigns and, crucially, encourage “prudent management of the continentʼs vast
natural and mineral resources”. African oil, it argues, is a geostrategic imperative – in
that it provides 25% of all US oil – which can only be secured through a systematic
military presence. The US therefore “must not be afraid to employ its forces decisively
when vital national interests are threatened.”
In 1979 when Jimmy Carter facilitated the ousting of the Shah of Iran in favor of the
Mullahs resulted in the re-birth of the Islamic crusades against the West. The Iranians
have been bankrolling terrorism around the world and are themselves very close to
building a nuclear device with a sophisticated delivery system – Thanks Jimmy.
Today President Barak Hussein Obama has ushered in an era of Islamic rage called the
Arab Spring. If you take what Jimmy Carter did back in 1979 with Iran and put it on
steroids you have the false Arab “Muslim Brotherhood” Spring.
Instead of embracing countries like the Democratic Republic of South Sudan President
Obama has been embracing The Muslim Brotherhood and all their affiliated anti
American groups. The Muslim Brotherhood, Hamas, Hezbollah, etc… have one thing in
common, they will instill Shariah Islamiyaa on their own fellow Muslim citizens.
Meanwhile President Obama and the mainstream press have been proven colossally
wrong in thinking the Arab Spring was the beginning of democracy in the Middle East.
On May 1 Reuters reported warplanes from the Islamic North Sudan fired on the
Republic of South Sudan.
500 miles west of Sudan in Nigeria a very similar situation is developing. The Islamic
Jihadist group Boko Haram which means, “Western education is a sin” are bitterly
opposed to secular education which contradicts Islam, are targeting Christians for
Tribune Newspapers reports, “The group (Boko Haram) warned Christians to leave the
north, an area traditionally dominated by Muslims, for the predominately Christian
President Obama just gave The Muslim Brotherhood of Egypt $1.4 Billion and released
$192 Million to the Palestinians with your U.S. Taxpayer dollars.
It is time America starts supporting those democratic countries who are under attack
from our common enemies who practice Jihad in the name of Islam. Islamic apartheid
in the Sudan and Nigeria are just two examples among many where America must
make a stand for Freedom and Liberty in Africa.
God Bless America and God Bless our Troops.
[quote]One Team One Fight[/quote]
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