Saturday, January 16, 2010


"These demonstrators, they can go back home to Somalia if they want to," One looter was heard telling the Reuters news agency.

And My questions was......Kwani ni Wasomali pekee ndio walikuwa wakifanya demonstration....It was Kenyan Muslims and Other Muslims, Somalis Included who were demonstrating. When we say, kenyans, I mean, Kenyan Gikuyu Muslims, Kenya Somali, Kenya Luo Muslims, Kenya Massai Muslims and so on. Although Kenya hosts about 300,000 Somali refugees in refugee camps and there is a significant Somali community in Nairobi, That doesn't say, Somalis are not Kenyans. Recent Estimates from The Kenya National Bureau of statistics say, Kenya Somalis are close to 2.5 Million people. So Usiseme Wasomali as if you own Kenya. We have our Land inside Kenya......and if everyone akienda Kwake...we have our Land. Else, we work together Like Kenyans and nchi Iendeleeeeeeeeee......

Back to Yesterday's Event, The demo to stop "harrasment of Muslims" in Kenya and the release of Sheikh Faisal, Who converted from Christianity at a young age to Islam, ought not to be repeated if we need to work and make our Country proud. Use of Live Bullets by the Kenya Police (GSU) as we saw on Press, is never allowed anywhere in the world, unless your opponents use the same, Then, and only then, allowed to be used for defensive purposes. The Weaknesses in Kenya's Police (Anti-Riot + GSU) has also been established. Our Police performed Vibaya sana...You can't control a small group of demonstrators, Je waislamu wote ma Hawkers..............Looters karibu 1000 Wakija....Mta do....?

Kenya Muslims must also understand that there is a Government in Place. There are Channels to follow and one must not just do what he wishes to do. Our Muslim Leaders were supposed to petition the Government, Then if that fails, we come together and do our peaceful demos once and for all to see what we mean. Muslims must first be one group. You Can't Just do anything when Muslims themselves are divided and work with other interests. Then Again, Muslims should avoid anything that will inflame the whole situation...Grafittis..The So-Called Al Shabaab Like Graffittis...Although The Flag was a normal Islamic Flag and Al-Shabaab don't own it, But It is a group like Al-Shabaab that continues to use it for their activities. So better use a similar one with a different colour next time. This, The Kenyan Government uses to deny us our rights later like the way they used to say during The Shifta war...That, North Eastern Province is "insecure" and deny us Education, Health and Infrastructure, eat the budget meant for us and which took us back, never to be at par with other Kenyans, worries that Wajir West MP, Adan Keynan estimated made us loss around Ksh. 39 Billion in a 3 decade period.

Again, We have no uhusiano na Al-Shabaab although there have been reports of supporters of Somalia's al Shabab rebel group recruiting fighters and young suicide bombers from the diaspora within Kenya. Al Shabab, accused by US of having links to al-Qaeda, is battling to overthrow the Somali government and impose their own version of sharia law which some claim are using for Material Gain meant to stop Somalis having a country of their own....This group, Should not enter Kenya Somali Politics for the country's posterity.

Sheikh Faisal was born Trevor William Forrest in St James, Jamaica - though he left the island 26 years ago, initially living in the UK. His parents were Salvation Army officers and he was raised as a Christian. But at the age of 16 he went to Saudi Arabia - where he is believed to have spent eight years - and became a Muslim. He took a degree in Islamic Studies in the Saudi capital of Riyadh, before coming back to the UK.

Faisal spent years travelling the UK preaching racial hatred urging his audience to kill Jews, Hindus and Westerners. A year after being deported from the UK in 2007, he was preaching in South Africa.The Kenyan authorities said Faisal had arrived in Kenya on 24 December 2009 after travelling through Nigeria, Angola, Mozambique, Swaziland and Malawi and Tanzania.