We are Now Part of the African-Jewish Alliance (AJA)

Blacks and Jews coming together against slavery and jihad in Africa

The October 7 attack on Israel is but one site of a global jihad.

Jihad massacres just like it happen almost weekly in Nigeria, where Muslims storm African Christian villages, slaughter the residents, and rape and kidnap women and girls. Just this last Christmas, nearly 200 Africans were killed by Boko Haram and Fulani terrorists.

The same has been true in Africa for centuries as Islam spread to conquer much of the continent through jihad.

In Sudan, a self-declared, nearly half-century jihad murdered perhaps 3.5 million blacks, mostly Christian, and enslaved tens of thousands of women and girls.

In Darfur, blacks who have been converted to Islam but refuse to Arabize their culture are being slaughtered.

The African-Jewish Alliance was formed weeks ago in meetings between representatives of all these groups and the Jewish Leadership Project.

On this Thursday, a truck with stark messages will drive through Harvard Square and to MIT.

The messages are below.

See the press release (below) and the website for a fuller picture of what we are doing.

In freedom,

Charles Jacobs

Date: Wednesday, February 28, 2024
City: Charlotte, NC

The African-Jewish Alliance launches campaign in Harvard Square 
Coalition formed to oppose jihad and free jihad captives. 

“Boko Haram is Hamas! Hamas is Boko Haram!”

A coalition of Muslim, Christian, and Jewish groups has formed to educate the public about the religiously-inspired mass murder, kidnapping, and enslavement of blacks, Jews, and Muslims by jihadists across North Africa and in the Middle East, and to campaign for the captives’ liberation.

While the world has learned much about the Israelis slaughtered and taken hostage by Hamas, little attention (if any) is paid to the murder and enslavement of Africans by Hamas-like jihadists in Africa. Jihad assaults today are global. The Jews of Israel are only one of its targets.

The members of the African-Jewish Alliance (AJA) represent victims of jihad murder, rape, torture, abduction, and enslavement, along with their allies and champions:

• Simon Deng, a former slave from South Sudan, works to raise awareness of Khartoum’s jihad, which killed more than three million black Africans, mostly Christians, between 1955 and 2005. An estimated 35,000 enslaved Africans remain in Arab Sudan.

• The Damanga Coalition for Freedom and Democracy supports black Muslims from Darfur whom Arab Muslims have victimized through rape, massacre, and slavery.

• The International Committee on Nigeria (ICON) educates and advocates for the victims of jihad raids in which black Christian villagers are murdered and women and children abducted, reviving the “#BringBackOurGirls” hashtag.

• The Leadership Empowerment Advocacy and Humanitarian (LEAH) Foundation advocates for the freedom of Leah Sharibu and other Nigerian women and girls held in captivity.

The alliance also includes the Institute for Black Solidarity with Israel (IBSI), the American Anti-Slavery Group (AASG), and Jewish Leadership Project (JLP).

The AJA will launch its first public campaign on Thursday, February 29, with jumbotron truck messages in Harvard Square and at MIT in Massachusetts.

Contact: Pastor Dumisani Washington
info@ibsi-now.org
(704) 890-2754
Website: https://africanjewishalliance.org/

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