Sunday, February 09, 2014

Islamist's Justification of Torture & Rape

Ibrahim El-Sanoussi

: للذكرى والتاريخ 

: هذه اقوال احد قيادات الانقاذ من الإســلاميين 

ان كان في التعذيب صوابا فان الله يجزينا عليه ثوابا !!! 

  انني لست من المنكرين انني واحد من قيادات الانقاذ وكل 

الذي حدث من انتهاكات حقوق الانسان كان (باجتهادات)وكنا نرى فيه (مصلحة) للاسلام 

والسودان !! حين اقدمنا على استلام الحكم وان كان فيه خطأ فليغفر الله سبحانه وتعال

ى وان كان فيه صواب فأن الله يجزينا عليه ثوابا وهذا شيء طبيعي .

ابراهيم السنوسي

صحيفة الصحافة 



"If the torture we committed was right, then Allah will reward us  for what we did. If it's wrong,  Allah will forgive us because we did it for there benefit of Islam and Sudan. This is a  normal/natural thing"

It's no difference between his statement and of what another religious Christian torturer had said:

Julian the Turk

"What I did I did for my Fatherland, my faith, and my 

religion. Of course I would do it again." 

Thursday, February 06, 2014

On Ghost Houses, again...

A very interesting article from a young Sudanese-American, Anab, who eloquently connected the joyful festival of Halloween Ghosts to the real monstrous one in Sudan.

"To survivors of torture in Sudan, ghost houses are places where they were kept in detention, in isolation and under people who lack any ties to humanity. Some of these places are not yet identified and some of their locations continue to be unknown. They continue to be used for the same sole purpose, though, as a tool for intimidation and curbing political opposition and dissent among people. Namely, they are used for interrogating and torturing those who seemingly threaten the power of government, or exhibit any form of opposition to its ideology. Captives suffer the pain and agony of various forms of torture in these obscure detention cells kept under the most inhumane circumstances.
The so-called ghost houses earned their notoriety because their walls—which continue to be occupied by new victims—are haunted by the anguished cries of detainees, who suffered the hostilities by their perpetrators who paid no regard to human life, rights or dignity. As for the forms of torture used against the detainees, they are numerous, and equally horrifying. For example, some survivors have stated that they have suffered a wide range of torture forms, from cigarette burns to their skin, up to extreme forms of physical violations.