East African ‘Pirates’ Plunder Hundreds Of Millions To Finance Slavery And Jihad For ‘Allah’ And His ‘Prophet’
According to Islamic teaching, Muslims are slaves of “Allah” while everyone else will become slaves of Muslims, the “Masters of the World.” Mohammed — the “perfect man” whom Muslims are instructed to emulate in order to earn entry into heaven — was himself a slave trader who commanded brainwashed followers into spreading Islam unceasingly until only Islam reigned supreme throughout the earth. To the Islamist mind, the end will therefore always justify the means, especially ones that are as lucrative as this for the cause of “Allah” and his “prophet” …
Qur’an Sura 58:20, “Those who resist Allah and His Messenger will be among those most humiliated.”
Zechariah 5:3a, 8a, ”… This is the curse [אָלָה – “alah“] that goes out over the face of the whole earth … This is Wickedness …”
Revelation 13:18, ”This calls for wisdom: let the one who has understanding calculate [ψηφίζω – “reckon”] the number [ἀριθμός – “multitude”] of the beast, for it is the number [ἀριθμός – “multitude”] of a man, and his number [ἀριθμός – “multitude”] is [χξς – “In The Name of Allah” in Arabic].”
By Ian Talley, The Wall Street Journal – “Somali pirates and their marauding peers off the Horn of Africa plundered roughly $400 million in the last seven years, financing slavery, arms deals, drugs trafficking, and legitimate business investments, according to a new report published Friday.
In the ground-breaking study, ‘Pirate Trails, the International Criminal Police Organization,’ United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime and World Bank track financial flows from piracy around Djibouti, Ethiopia, Kenya, Seychelles and Somalia.
The report is based on interviews with crime-fighting agencies, former pirates, government officials, and bankers and analyzes investments made by several dozen pirate financiers.
‘Unchallenged piracy is not only a menace to stability and security, but it also has the power to corrupt the regional and international economy,’ said Stuart Yikona, a World Bank senior financing specialist and co-author of the report.
Globally, the bank estimates piracy costs the global economy about $18 billion a year in increased trade costs.
It’s a downward spiral for the local economy that inflames political and economic instability. Piracy in East Africa has been a significant factor in the fall in tourism and fishing yields. Remittances — international cash lifelines for many poor families — have dropped off as banks shut down operations.” Read more.
Flashback: Saudi Arabia: Prominent Religious Leader Calls For Slavery To Be Legalized Once Again Because ‘Slavery Is A Part Of Islam’ – “Slavery is explicitly permitted in the Koran. Recently Sheikh Saleh Al-Fawzan, a prominent Saudi religious leader called for slavery to be re-legalized throughout the kingdom. According to the Sheik, a member of the Senior Council of Clerics: ‘Slavery is a part of Islam. Slavery is part of jihad, and jihad will remain as long there is Islam.’” Read more.
Flashback: ‘Worrisome’: The Role of Drug Trafficking in Promoting and Financing Today’s Global Terrorism – “Speaking at a recent conference in Istanbul, ‘The Role of Drug Trafficking in Promoting and Financing Today’s Global Terrorism,’ jointly organized by Turkey, the United States and Colombia, UNODC Senior Terrorism Prevention Officer Irka Kuleshnyk said that ‘While it is difficult to establish how widely terrorist groups are involved in the illicit drug trade, or the breadth and nature of cooperation between these two criminal groups, the magnitude of the numbers involved make the relationship worrisome.’ According to the UNODC’s World Drug Report 2007, the total potential value of Afghanistan’s 2006 opium harvest accruiing to farmers, laboratory owners and Afghan traffickers reached about $US3.1 billion.” Read more.
Flashback: Report: Terrorism Hits Record High In 2012, Deaths Up 89% From Prior Year, 2013 Set To Hit New Record – “As terrorism increasingly becomes a tactic of warfare, the number of attacks and fatalities soared to a record high in 2012… More than 8,500 terrorist attacks killed nearly 15,500 people last year as violence tore through Africa, Asia and the Middle East… That’s a 69% rise in attacks and an 89% jump in fatalities from 2011… and most of the violence was committed in Muslim-majority countries… The previous record for attacks was set in 2011 with more than 5,000 incidents… This year is expected to outpace even 2012’s record high. There were 5,100 attacks in the first six months of 2013…” Read more.