Jews Have a Simple Way to Turn the Tables

Flipping the discourse at our city councils

We are always on the back foot, defending. Even now, Jews are making great efforts to block or redesign resolutions demanding a “ceasefire in Gaza” which are being submitted to town councils, city halls, and state legislatures.

It is hard to argue against “ceasefire” because “everyone wants peace,” etc.

Why not shift to offense and do a mitzvah at the same time: Jews and their Christian friends, including local Africans, can submit resolutions to stop the mass murder and enslavement of blacks in Africa by jihadists. Such atrocities are taking place in Nigeria, Darfur, and have taken the lives of around 4 million southern Sudanese over the past seven decades.

The African-Jewish Alliance, consisting of several organizations of Africans living here whose people back home are victims of jihad, has designed such a resolution and will add their names.

Here is a model resolution which can be altered to local needs and tastes. If you are interested, please contact us.

Resolution for Ending Jihad Murder and Slavery in Africa

WHEREAS, all human life is precious, and all people worldwide are worthy of safety, dignity, and freedom, the ongoing enslavement of Africans by Muslim jihadists is a violation of international humanitarian law; and
WHEREAS, the City of ________ recognizes that black Africans have been enslaved and murdered by jihadists for 14 centuries; the fact that this crime against humanity still exists in this century illustrates the hypocrisy of the U.N. and Western nations; and
WHEREAS, the City of ________ recognizes that the Arab slave trade exported around 25 million slaves from both coasts of Africa between the seventh and nineteenth centuries;
WHEREAS, the City of ________ recognizes that slavery directed against black Africans is an abomination that still exists today across northern Africa and the Middle East that can no longer be tolerated; and
WHEREAS, according to the Global Slavery Index, 84,000 Africans are held as slaves in Algeria, 47,000 in Libya, and 149,000 in Mauritania; and, according to Christian Solidarity International, perhaps 35,000 Africans remain enslaved in Sudan nearly two decades after the end of a self-declared jihad which caused the south to secede and constitute itself, since 2011, as the world’s newest nation: South Sudan; and
WHEREAS, Arab militias equipped and legitimized by the government of Arab Sudan continue to terrorize un-Arabized black Muslims in western Sudan, particularly the Darfur province, massacring the men, carrying off the women as chattel slaves, and resettling Arab Muslim nomads on their ethnically cleansed ancestral lands, as they have done intermittently since 1995; and
WHEREAS, according to research in 2020 by the office of Tolulope Akande-Sadipe, member of the Nigerian House of Representatives for Oyo State and Chair of the House Committee on Diaspora Affairs, perhaps 80,000 women from Nigeria alone have been trafficked as sex slaves across Lebanon, Mali, Oman, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates; and
WHEREAS, the Islamic terrorist organization Boko Haram along with Fulani Muslim death squads in northern Nigeria have murdered more than 50,000 Christians since 2009 and have enslaved perhaps 4,000 Christian children and teenagers, particularly young girls, for the purpose of sexual bondage; and
WHEREAS, due to the difficulty in obtaining accurate, in-depth information, as well as the mainstream media and human rights groups’ typical disinterest in these atrocities, it is highly likely that such jihad massacres and slave-taking exists in other regions across North Africa;
BE IT RESOLVED that the City of ________ stands in solidarity with the victims of jihad slavery and slaughter including the people of South Sudan, Darfur, and Nigeria who have endured murder, oppression, and enslavement by jihadists. 
BE IT RESOLVED that the City of  ________ stands in humanitarian solidarity with all people enslaved and demands their immediate liberation by all means possible.
This resolution has been submitted to the _________ City Council by the following organizations (listed in alphabetical order):

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