Visions of a Freeman -
Wednesday, May 07 of 2014
Media empire framing.
@DeltaGoodrem @emhewitt I do not understand what is it the British want with the
Boko Haram thing and Me:
schoolgirls haven't been 'abducted' by Boko Haram, they have
Boko Haram is a vile manifestation, yet the liberal press stays
silent, fearful of 'demonising the other'
Terrorists from a religious cult so reactionary you don't have
to stretch the language too far to describe it as fascistic
attack a school. The assault on a civilian target, filled with
non-combatant children, has a grotesque logic behind it. They
call themselves "Boko Haram", which translates as "western
education is forbidden". The sect
regards learning as
oppression. They will stop all teaching that conflicts with a
holy book from the 7th century and accounts of doubtful
provenance on the life and sayings of their prophet written
hundreds of years after he died.
A desire for sexual supremacy accompanies their loathing of
knowledge. They take 220 schoolgirls as slaves and force them to
convert to their version of Islam. They either rape them or sell
them on for £10 or so to new masters.
The girls are the victims
of slavery, child abuse and forced marriage.
Their captors are
by extension slavers and rapists.
As you can see, English does not lack plain words to describe
the foulness of the crimes in Nigeria, and
no doubt they would be used in the highly improbable event of
western soldiers seizing and
Yet read parts of the press and you enter a world of euphemism.
They have not been enslaved but "abducted" or "kidnapped",
they will be released unharmed when the parties have negotiated
a mutually acceptable ransom. Writers are typing with one eye
over their shoulder: watching their backs to make sure that no
one can accuse them of "demonising the other".
Turn from today's papers to the theoretical pages of leftwing
journals and you find that the grounds for understanding Boko
Haram more and condemning it less were prepared last year.
Without fully endorsing Boko Haram, of course,
explained that it finds "resonance in the hearts of many poor
and dispossessed" people, who are revolted by "the corruption
and flamboyant lifestyle of the elites".
Islamism is recast as a
rational reaction to local corruption and the global oppression
of "neoliberalism", one of those
conveniently vague labels that
can mean just about anything.
Once, rightwing newspapers or ultra-Catholic or orthodox Jewish
writers would have been the least concerned about the
subjugation of women and the most willing to find excuses for
religious persecution. But with the reliability of a speaking
clock, it is leftwing writers of the 21st century who seek to
minimise violent reaction if – and only if – the reactionaries
are anti-western. (They speak out against the lesser crimes of
the US religious right, without a thought for their own double
"The mechanical denunciation of the west," wrote the French
political theorist Pascal Bruckner in 2010, "forbids the western
bloc, which is eternally guilty, to judge or combat other
systems, other states, other religions. Our past crimes command
us to keep our mouths closed." He might have been writing today,
so persistent is the belief that the west is the root cause of
the only oppression worth mentioning.
But the appearance that nothing has changed is deceptive.
always absurd, and in its own way racist, to blame the problems
of the world on "the west". Leftists came to resemble American
neoconservatives. The US right, or an element of it, thought
American military power could solve any ill. The left, or an
element of it, talked as if the west was responsible for all
ills. Both were self-obsessed. Both believed that the west
remained the motor of history while the rest of humanity were
The most grievous offence was the failure of solidarity. You
cannot ally with what liberal and leftwing forces there are in
any country from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe if your are blaming
their oppression on colonialism, neoliberalism or any other
"ism" that is buzzing around in your head. You will end up
excusing your comrades' enemies instead.
If occidentalism was absurd in the past, it's preposterous now.
Boko Haram is not reacting to western intervention in Nigeria,
for there is none. The only way you can pretend the west is to
blame is by agreeing that knowledge is "western knowledge",
rather than the property of the entire human race, and that the
education of girls is "western cultural imperialism" – a road
that leads you to nihilism as soon as you step down it.
Meanwhile, we are moving faster than anyone expected to a new
age in which China will be the world's largest economy. For the
first time since the 18th century, the dominant power will not
allow internal opposition or the Chinese equivalent of the
campaigns on behalf of the victims of its foreign policy that we
saw in Britain, France and the US in the last 200 years.
We have not begun to understand the turn for the worse the cause
of global human rights is taking as
On the few occasions western leftists feel they have to justify
themselves, they say they must dedicate their energies to
challenging what they can change. They cannot influence the
Taliban or Boko Haram, but can lobby their own governments. Even
if you take these explanations at face value – and I don't –
they have a Tory feel to them. Until recently, it was
conservatives, not leftists, who said that "charity begins at
home" and quarrels in faraway countries were no concern of ours.
Peter Singer, a great radical philosopher, made the old
distinction clear with a thought experiment. Imagine you are
passing a shallow pond and see a child going under. You know
that if you save the child you will ruin your clothes. Should
you wade in? Of course you should, everyone replies: "It would
be obscene to put your desire to save spending £50 on a new
outfit before the life of a child."
Why then, asks Singer, do you not give money you can afford to
spare to save the life a child in Africa?
The majority of conservatives say the deaths of children they
know nothing of are not their business. Leftists, and again I
accept I am generalising, revolt against such parochialism. Yet
when it comes to violence against civilians and, most notably,
the denial of women's rights, they change the conversation to
anything except the deeds of the criminals in front them. The
girl can drown or be enslaved and raped. They have more pressing
@DeltaGoodrem @emhewitt I do know one thing... I have no idea :I If they want to
do something with it, guess they should send a message.
@DeltaGoodrem @emhewitt It's so gross the US and British had to capture black
women to justify modern age imperialism. :S Pff.
@DeltaGoodrem @emhewitt If you ask Me, I don't even care. And it is the very
best way, let Nigeria solve it with the UN forces.
@DeltaGoodrem @emhewitt Ah but now Boko Haram is a world wide, highly publicized
terrorist group with more publicity than Mc Donalds. :S
@DeltaGoodrem @emhewitt And that is far worse than capturing 200 girls. It could
swell the terrorist numbers to a very high amount of them.
@DeltaGoodrem @emhewitt Which then could sequester not 200... but 2000... Why so
much publicity? To send troops of course :I
@DeltaGoodrem @emhewitt Like it always is: Spread the virus, sell the
anti-virus. Bah. Counter Intelligence operations are so boring. XD
@DeltaGoodrem @emhewitt Another thing Germany ignores? How many more violations
of human rights must we allow the British & USA? :I
@DeltaGoodrem @emhewitt Pff, why, even FoxNews appeared threatening a "Cosmos
Woman" with a decade to feel "very sorry". Look:
@DeltaGoodrem @emhewitt http://video.foxnews.com/v/3542079247001/gutfeld-cosmopolitan-turns-a-fetus-into-a-prop/
… Hear the end of the recording. :I It sounds remarkably like it's directed to
Woman: I think a
couple of things, so even when Americans are asked to pay for
the contraception for everybody, they won't take the pills that
are free because it might cause weight gain.
Woman: Second I always wonder about
these stories... What about the father and how the fathers are
not consulted and how, or maybe he was but she doesn't feature
that in her video. And the last thing I say is, I have always
been amazed if a baby is wanted it is celebrated and news,
can even release the news in the newspaper, in the front page of
the New York Post that there is going to be a baby
but when a
baby is not wanted it's ok to destroy the baby and say that it
is not a life. I have never understood that.
Other woman: She does report
an IUD inserted now so no worrying everybody,
she is too
irresponsible to take the pill every day so she has an IUD and
you know Greg, we don't know if this is a positive story because
we do not know where she is going to be in ten years, that is
what she is not telling these young girls really in Cosmo and
how this story really ends, if she was depressed before, let's
check back in ten years, I'd love to read that editorial.
@DeltaGoodrem @emhewitt And the Guardian speaks about a decade too! Isn't that a
coincidence... :I So let Me guess now. Hmm.
@DeltaGoodrem @emhewitt I am Boko Haram the anti porn education activist. :I And
you are being told to cease to help Me or you will be very
@DeltaGoodrem @emhewitt Sorry. Then they go and "kidnap" (Most likely they do
not even exist) to make a fuss so I let you go. :I
@DeltaGoodrem @emhewitt See the resemblance again in BBC News:
http://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-27293418 … Remarkably similar to Me as
well. :I Simple really.
6 May 2014 Last updated
at 19:05 GMT
Will Nigeria's abducted schoolgirls ever be
By Farouk Chothia
Nigeria's militant Islamist group Boko Haram
abducted more than
200 girls from a boarding school in the northern town of Chibok
on 14 April. An estimated 200 heavily armed militants
night in 20 vehicles to steal supplies and kidnap the students.
Why were the girls captured?
In the local Hausa language, Boko Haram means "Western education
is forbidden". So the abductions show the group's visceral
hatred for Western education. Moreover, the group promotes the
puritanical Islamic view that a woman's place is in the home.
The militants have attacked schools before. The school in Chibok,
which was hosting final year exams for Christian and Muslim
schoolgirls, was one of the only ones still open in this remote
area of Borno state and had no security protection that night.
students living in fear
Who are Nigeria's Boko Haram Islamists?
Has Boko Haram abducted girls before?
When it attacked a rural boarding school in Yobe in March,
Haram killed at least 29 males - but spared the lives of girls,
ordering them to go home and get married. Some analysts believe
that Boko Haram felt its order had been defied, and it has
retaliated with the Chibok abductions in order to impose its
However, there is a precedent for abductions - in May 2013, Boko
Haram released a video, saying it had taken women and children -
including teenage girls - hostage in response to the arrest of
its members' wives and children. At the time, the group said it
would treat the women as slaves - something it has also said
about the Chibok girls. This has fuelled speculation that it is
adhering to the ancient Islamic belief that women captured in
conflict are part of the "war booty".
Boko Haram timeline:
From preachers to slave raiders
Have any of Boko Haram's hostages ever been
US-based Boko Haram analyst Jacob Zenn says in some cases there
have been "tit-for-tat trade offs", with both the militants and
security forces releasing those in their custody.
In February 2013, Boko Haram also abducted a French family of
seven, including four children aged between five and 12, who
were visiting a nature park in neighbouring Cameroon. They were
Reuters news agency reported at the time that it had seen a
Nigerian government document which indicated that a ransom of
more than $3m (£2m) had been paid for their freedom. The French
and Cameroonian governments denied this. In January this year,
French priest Fr Georges Vandenbeusch was freed by Boko Haram
after nearly seven weeks in captivity. Again, France denied a
ransom was paid.
Is terror designation a badge
What is being done to free the schoolgirls?
The government says it is taking "discreet" action, and it does
not want to do anything that could lead to the abductors killing
the girls. In March 2013, another Nigerian militant group, Ansaru, killed
seven foreign hostages, including a UK national,
after accusing British and Nigerian forces of launching an
operation to free them. The government's main problem is that
its intelligence agencies have largely failed to infiltrate Boko
Haram - if anything, the group has been more successful in
infiltrating official agencies. So the chances of the government
having much inside information on the group's activities are
The US has offered to send a team of experts, including soldiers
and hostage negotiators. The UK says it is also providing
"planning support". Aerial reconnaissance and satellites are not
as helpful as they could be because of the region's rugged and
Profile: Who are Nigeria's Ansaru
'My family is crying and grieving'
Where could the girls be?
The kidnappers have probably broken up into dozens of groups,
each one taking with them one or two girls. It is thought they
are now scattered across the 60,000 sq km (23,166 sq miles)
Sambisa Forest, their main hide-out near the Cameroonian border.
Mr Zenn says it could take more than a decade to free them. He
draws parallels with Uganda, where the Lord's Resistance Army (LRA)
rebel group, which is fighting for a biblical state, specialises
in kidnapping children, using them as soldiers, sex-slaves and
servants. LRA abductors roam with the children through dense
bush and across porous borders. Some manage to escape; others
are released as part of peace initiatives, while many others
remain in captivity all their lives.
Survivors of Uganda's LRA insurgency
Why is it so difficult to establish how
many girls are missing?
Fifty-eight children have escaped, some of them by jumping off
trucks in which they were being transported after some 200
gunmen captured them at the school. "We
ran into the bush and waited until daybreak before we went back
home," one girl told the BBC.
news agency reported that an intermediary is in
contact with the abductors. It reported
children had died of snakebites and 11 were ill. But just how many are still
in captivity is unclear. Children from neighbouring areas had
been at the school to write their exams when Boko Haram carried
out its offensive. School records were burnt during the attack,
making it difficult to establish, officials say, how many were
taken away. Officials also say more children may have escaped,
with their families failing to report their return to the
Women tell of Boko Haram escape
How have Nigerians reacted?
With outrage. Nigeria is heavily split along religious and
ethnic lines, but all the main groups have united to put
pressure on the government to secure their release.
have been organised over social media using the hashtag #BringBackOurGirls.
President Goodluck Jonathan's critics says the government has
handled the crisis badly, and he should step down rather than
run for another term in elections next year.
His allies respond
that the abductions took place in an opposition-controlled
state, and the abductions reflect more badly on the opposition
than the federal government.
leader under pressure over
school abduction sparks social media
Can't the government do more?
President Jonathan imposed a state of emergency in the
insurgency-hit states, Borno, Yobe and Adamawa, in May 2013,
but Boko Haram has retaliated by stepping up attacks and the
insurgency has entered its bloodiest phase. More than 1,500 have
died this year alone in the violence. Government troops say they
are poorly resourced and do not have the firepower to rival Boko
Not only does the group operate like a guerrilla movement, but
it also resembles an army with ground forces. Hundreds of its
fighters have marched into villages, backed by pick-up trucks
and armoured vehicles mounted with machine guns. So it has a
military arsenal usually found in a national army.
splits help Boko Haram?
How did it become so powerful?
It is not clear where Boko Haram gets its weapons or financing -
it may have made money from its recent kidnapping of foreigners.
The government suspects it is backed by certain politicians and
disloyal security officers - and it has forged ties with jihadi
groups such as al-Shabab in Somalia and al-Qaeda in the Islamic
Although some dispute this, the increasingly sophisticated
nature of its attacks - including bombings and assassinations -
suggest that it has received foreign training.
There are also
unconfirmed reports that it recruits poor people from neighbouring states, including Chad and Niger, and pays them to
Niger hit by Nigeria's Boko Haram fallout
What is every day life like in the
Nigeria is Africa's largest economy and one of the world's
biggest oil producers, but the mainly Muslim north-east of the
country is relatively undeveloped compared to other areas. Now
money that should be spent on infrastructure is being spent on a
burgeoning security budget and on rebuilding homes destroyed in
The government says the insurgency has displaced about 250,000
people since the beginning of the year and more than three
million people are facing a humanitarian crisis.
Boko Haram has carried out mass attacks on villages, killing,
looting and torching buildings in both Muslim and Christian
communities. It has also raided markets in small towns for food,
banks for money and police stations for guns.
Boko Haram's grip on Maiduguri
Does Boko Haram have support in Nigeria?
It was popular in the northern city of Maiduguri, its
birthplace, when it emerged in 2002 as a religious sect,
capitalising on public anger over corruption, poverty and
perceptions that the north is marginalised by the federal
government. However, it lost support after it took a more
militant path by assassinating moderate Muslim leaders, and
bombing churches and other public places.
Now, it is said to draw its fighters mainly from the Kanuri
ethnic group to which its leader Abubakar Shekau belongs. He is
far more militant then his predecessor, Muhammad Yusuf, who was
killed by the security forces in 2009. The US has offered a
reward of up to $7m for information about Mr Shekau's location.
He is presently the most wanted man in Africa.
@DeltaGoodrem @emhewitt Only in BBC News it is 200 soldiers, 20 vehicles, all
have to do with 2. You 2? :I The entire thing is similar.
@DeltaGoodrem @emhewitt Parallels are impressive. Translate and see for
yourself. :I It's all a show and maybe the girls do not even exist.
@DeltaGoodrem @emhewitt To no surprise the agency clubs are heavily involved.
It's a counter intelligence operation, standard. XD
@DeltaGoodrem @emhewitt BBC News main page, black women in red... Says in Glowy
eye: Will the abducted schoolgrils ever be found? It could
@DeltaGoodrem @emhewitt Take a decade to free 2 Yemaya girls kidnapped by
Islamic activists, says the US. :I Read the internet about it.
@DeltaGoodrem @emhewitt It is so similar that it can hardly be a coincidence.
But the question is... What for? I do not understand. :I
@DeltaGoodrem @emhewitt You can always leave and block Me. And I want to
CHINA ANYWAY. :I So what's the point? :I Bah.
@DeltaGoodrem @emhewitt They probably forgot I said I wanted to go to China :I I
can't stand the criminal agency NAZIS of US and GB.
@DeltaGoodrem @emhewitt Whatever it is a message too confusing to Me. :I I don't
get what they trying to tell Me. Bah. I'll ignore it.
@DeltaGoodrem @emhewitt Yep, I give up, I do not understand. XD I'll talk about
that with @MinMujer later. I need Russian & Chinese analysis
@DeltaGoodrem @emhewitt Maybe they just running forward from all the serious
accusations I have done against them :I So they mirror it back.
@DeltaGoodrem @emhewitt Boko Haram paid and financed by the Mafia media for the
big show to cover their asses, running forward.
@DeltaGoodrem @emhewitt 20 coincidences is too much for Me. :I Welcome to the US
war on Islam:
… I lie? :I Nope.
Nigeria: 329 schoolgirls abducted by jihadis raped 15 times
daily, forced to convert to Islam
Robert Spencer May 4, 2014 at 12:10pm
The Qur’an allows for the owning of sex slaves:
If you fear that you will not act justly towards the orphans,
marry such women as seem good to you, two, three, four; but if
you fear you will not be equitable, then only one, or what your
right hands own; so it is likelier you will not be partial.
This verse is the basis for Islamic polygamy, allowing a man to
take as many as four wives, as long as he believes he is able to
“deal justly” with all of them. But justice in these
circumstances is in the eye of the beholder. Ibn Kathir says
this the requirement to deal justly with one”s wives is no big
deal, since treating them justly isn’t the same as treating them
equally: “it is not obligatory to treat them equally, rather it
is recommended. So if one does so, that is good, and if not,
there is no harm on him.”
The verse goes on to say that if a man cannot deal justly with
multiple wives, then he should marry only one, or resort to
“what your right hands own” — that is, slave girls.
The Qur’an commentator Maulana Bulandshahri explains the wisdom
of this practice, and longs for the good old days:
During Jihad (religion war), many men and women become war
captives. The Amirul Mu”minin [leader of the believers, or
caliph -- an office now vacant] has the choice of distributing
them amongst the Mujahidin [warriors of jihad], in which event
they will become the property of these Mujahidin. This
enslavement is the penalty for disbelief (kufr).
He goes on to explain that this is not ancient history:
None of the injunctions pertaining to slavery have been
abrogated in the Shari”ah. The reason that the Muslims of today
do not have slaves is because they do not engage in Jihad
(religion war). Their wars are fought by the instruction of the
disbelievers (kuffar) and are halted by the same felons. The
Muslim [sic] have been shackled by such treaties of the
disbelievers (kuffar) whereby they cannot enslave anyone in the
event of a war. Muslims have been denied a great boon whereby
every home could have had a slave. May Allah grant the Muslims
the ability to escape the tentacles of the enemy, remain
steadfast upon the Din (religion) and engage in Jihad (religion
war) according to the injunctions of Shari”ah. Amen!
This is by no means an eccentric or unorthodox view in Islam.
The Egyptian Sheikh Abu-Ishaq al-Huwayni declared in May 2011
that “we are in the era of jihad,” and that as they waged jihad
warfare against infidels, Muslims would take slaves. He
clarified what he meant in a subsequent interview:
…Jihad is only between Muslims and infidels”¦.Spoils, slaves,
and prisoners are only to be taken in war between Muslims and
infidels. Muslims in the past conquered, invaded, and took over
countries. This is agreed to by all scholars–there is no
disagreement on this from any of them, from the smallest to the
largest, on the issue of taking spoils and prisoners. The
prisoners and spoils are distributed among the fighters, which
includes men, women, children, wealth, and so on.
When a slave market is erected, which is a market in which are
sold slaves and sex-slaves, which are called in the Qur”an by
the name milk al-yamin, “that which your right hands possess” [Qur"an
4:24]. This is a verse from the Qur”an which is still in force,
and has not been abrogated. The milk al-yamin are the
sex-slaves. You go to the market, look at the sex-slave, and buy
her. She becomes like your wife, (but) she doesn’t need a
(marriage) contract or a divorce like a free woman, nor does she
need a wali. All scholars agree on this point–there is no
disagreement from any of them. [...] When I want a sex slave, I
just go to the market and choose the woman I like and purchase
Right around the same time, on May 25, 2011, a female Kuwaiti
activist and politician, Salwa al-Mutairi, also spoke out in
favor of the Islamic practice of sexual slavery of non-Muslim
women, emphasizing that the practice accorded with Islamic law
and the parameters of Islamic morality.
…A merchant told me that he would like to have a sex
slave. He said he would not be negligent with her, and
that Islam permitted this sort of thing. He was speaking
the truth”¦.I brought up (this man”s) situation to the
muftis in Mecca. I told them that I had a question,
since they were men who specialized in what was halal,
and what was good, and who loved women. I said, “What is the law of sex slaves?”
The mufti said, “With the law of sex slaves, there must
be a Muslim nation at war with a Christian nation, or a
nation which is not of the religion, not of the religion
of Islam. And there must be prisoners of war.”
“Is this forbidden by Islam?,” I asked.
“Absolutely not. Sex slaves are not forbidden by Islam.
On the contrary, sex slaves are under a different law
than the free woman. The free woman must be completely
covered except for her face and hands. But the sex slave
can be naked from the waist up. She differs a lot from
the free woman. While the free woman requires a marriage
contract, the sex slave does not–she only needs to be
purchased by her husband, and that”s it. Therefore the
sex slave is different than the free woman.”
While the savage exploitation of girls and young women is an
unfortunately cross-cultural phenomenon, only in Islamic law
does it carry anything approaching divine sanction. Here is yet
another human rights scandal occasioned by Islamic law that the
international human rights community and the mainstream media
“The schoolgirls stolen as sex slaves by Nigeria’s
anti-education jihadists Boko Haram,” by Rod McPhee, Mirror, May
100 armed men turned up at a girls’ boarding school they
claimed to be Nigerian government troops sent to protect the
pupils from marauding terrorists.
Staff took them at their word and it was only when 329 terrified
teenagers were ordered out of their beds in the dead of night
and herded into Toyota Hilux jeeps that they knew something was
In fact the soldiers were themselves terrorists from the radical
Muslim jihadist group Boko Haram – and they were there to carry
out one of worst mass kidnappings in modern history.
Families of the schoolgirls, aged from 15 to 18, are certain
their daughters are now being used as sex slaves by an extreme
sect that has killed 1,500 people since the start of this year
They are captives in the wild Sambisa Forest in north-east
Nigeria where Boko Haram has a heavily armed camp of bunkers,
tunnels, ramshackle buildings and tents.
One girl who recently escaped following an earlier kidnapping
said she was prized as a terror leader’s wife because she had
been a virgin. She said young female captives were raped up to
15 times a day, forced to convert to Islam and had their throats
cut if they refused.
Since the school abductions on April 14, news has filtered back
of mass marriages with girls forcibly shared out as brides. Boko
Haram has warned that any attempt to find them will lead to
Under President Goodluck Jonathan, the Nigerian government
appears to have done little except issue an entirely false claim
that most of the girls had been rescued by defence forces. Now
as an international outcry builds, former Prime Minister Gordon
Brown is travelling to Nigeria on Tuesday in his role as the
UN’s special adviser on girls’ education.
His aim is to secure the pupils’ release. But with stories of
many already trafficked into neighbouring Chad and Cameroon for
just 2,000 nira (£7.50) campaigners fear that without urgent
action they will never be seen again.
“It is a very bad situation for those girls,” says Mma Odi,
executive director of the Nigerian charity Baobab Women’s Human
“The men went to the school for no other reason than to make
them their sex objects. The men will have reduced them to sex
slaves, raping them over and over again. And any girl who tries
to resist will be shot by them. They have no conscience.
“The conditions will be terrible and it seems like the
government has just abandoned them because they are girls and
they are poor. If they were the sons of the rich, the government
“Their abductors are not human beings and if the girls get out
they will no longer be normal. They will have to have years of
counselling to recover.”
At the time of the abduction most schools in the region had
closed because of attacks by a terror sect whose very name, Boko
Haram, means “Western education is sinful” in the Hausa
That news was not made to twist, so as you can see the
resemblance to Me is almost none.
Islam is not the only Religion that takes slaves, both Jews and
Christians have slaves in the religious books. Slavery is a lot
stronger in Judaism than in Christianity, to the frustration of
Moses, frustration that is recorded in the Torah when he says
the truth would destroy them all.
But there is one detail... That Islam is written in two
dimensions of interpretation and when read in the original
language there is no mention to slavery at all. In fact "women"
in Islam sacred texts also read as Academy, which also happens
at TRIBalance. A right hand Academy is a commercial academy,
meaning that Islam does not contemplate slavery when it is
understood in Cosmos understanding.
I documented a case of using Lidsay Lohan as a captured Jewish
slave at My site.