09 December 2007

Disappearance of Bishop Tutu

Bishop, when you used to dance for Mandela’s freedom, we Africans – all over Africa – joined in. Our support was key in your freedom. But when children in Burundi and Kinshasa, all the way to Liberia and Sierra Leone, and in particular in Sudan, cried and called for rescue, you heard but chose to be silent.

So where is Desmond Tutu when my people call out for freedom? Slaughter and genocide and slavery are lashing Africans right now. Where are you for Sudan, Bishop Tutu? You are busy attacking the Jewish state. Why?"
This an more by Simon Deng, a native of the Shiluk Kingdom in southern Sudan, an escaped jihad slave and a leading human rights activist.

Via Philosemite with thanks.