Sunday, July 26, 2009



My previous post included the following:

On the first day of the new school year, all the teachers in one private school received the following note from their principal.

Dear Teacher,

I am a survivor of a concentration camp. My eyes saw what no man should witness:

Gas chambers built by learned engineers.

Children poisoned by educated

Infants killed by trained nurses.

Women and babies shot and burned by high school and college graduates.

So, I am suspicious of education. My request is: help your students become human. Your efforts must never produce learned monsters, skilled psychopaths, educated Eichmanns.

Reading, writing and arithmetic are important only if they serve to make our children more human.

From Haim Ginott's book,
Teacher and Child. It is the book's epilogue.


these words by Charles Silberman, from his book,
Crisis in the Classroom:

Thinking alone, does not make a human being human. Feeling is also needed

What tomorrow needs is not masses of intellectuals, but masses of educated men...men educated to feel and to act as well as to think.

and then I just received this email from a Darfuri living in the USA:

Hi Sandra,

These are the men around Al-Bashir, the Architects of Darfur Genocide:

1- Salah Abdallah Gosh - Head of Security - Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering.
2- Dr. Ghazi Salahuddin - Presidential advisor - MD, PHD. in BioChemistry (was in Washington last month).
3- Dr. Nafi Ali Nafi - Senior Presidential Assistant and Deputy Head of NCP- PHD. Agriculture.
4- Dr. Awad Algaz - Minister of Finance (Genocide financier)- PHD. in Public Relations- UCLA.
5- Ali Osman Taha - Vice President - Bachelor of Science in Law - University of Khartoum.
6- Ali Karti - External Security affairs - Bachelor of Science - University of Khartoum.
7- Dr. Mutraf Siddig - Deputy Foreign Minister (The defacto Foreign Minister) - MD. Bsc.- University of Khartoum.
8- General Abdulrahim M. Hussein - Minister of Defense - Masters' Degree in Military Studies.
9- Ahmed Haroun - Minister of Humanitarian Affairs (til recently) - Bachelor of Science in Law - University
of Zagazig - Egypt.
10 - Dr. Mahdi Algutbi - Presidential Adviser (during the height of the massacres in Darfur) - PHD- U.S.A.
11- Dr. Kamal Obeid - Minister of Information Affairs (Propaganda Ministry) - PHD Degree.

This is the top tier.

Second and third tier many highly educated NCP members had directly or indirectly participated in planning, executing, covering up, of the Genocide in Darfur.

Many Generals in the Army, air Force, Security, Popular Defense Forces, Intelligence, were complicit.

Gration has NO idea of the team he is against.
If he knows, that is even worse.

Mohamed Suleiman

Mohamed's blog: while we wait sudan


Educated people fail at being human, when we allow genocide to go on.

And we have.

Many times.

Sunday, July 26, 2009, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will be on Meet The Press

I submitted the text below to

for the show's consideration regarding Secretary Clinton and what she will do to bring peace to Darfur and all of Sudan.

Justice doesn't just happen.

Genocide in our time MUST Be Noticed, must be reported by our media, must have the leaders of free nations use our political clout to end the Darfur genocide and actually put some meaning to the wordsNever Again”. Never Again” - words we love to use at the languishing end of each genocide that this planet has hosted.

Genocide is not only a word, it is crying of the whole human race. There is nothing redeeming about being silent or not being a part of the ending of genocide. The honor and integrity of the human race and our country rely on it. Complicity is not a policy. Complicity comes from a lack of will.

Just exactly when is genocide not okay with us?

A moral nation needs to stand up for right and know that genocide flourishes when there is no accountability. So far, the Obama administration has effectively been a tool in the arsenal of Bashir on the Darfuri families. Our Special Envoy Gration has been wrong in his approach to the Government of Sudan and Darfuri people.

Stopping Genocide is a Choice.

What does it say about us if we choose to allow Darfuri families to live this 7th year of genocide as a way of every day life?

Where there is a will there is always a way. Where there is no will there is never a way.

What are you Secretary of State Clinton going to do about Darfur? And when?





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At October 31, 2009 at 12:07:00 AM EDT , Blogger marry said...

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