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Islamisation Of Nigeria:Why's Mr President Still In The "holy Land"? (OIC)

Read the Following to get a picture. What is Nigeria's president doing in Saudi ?   

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Don't mind them; I have been hounded off several topics to this regard several times on Nairaland because of political correctness. I have decided to let people continue living their lives of self illusion and grandeur.

Prophets have never been honoured, though they speak the truth, it is a known fact that nobody listens until the inevitable happens and normally it happens when everyone is off guard because of the gross deception.

Ask the Israelites how they have suffered for ignoring the warnings of the prophets and Christ himself. How much untold sorrow and horror.

Unfortunately many so called ' middle class ' Nigerians are now behaving like the politically correct westerners where a spade is called a shovel and a shovel is called a spade.

Each man to his own tents. !

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Dnt worry @illusion,by the time u are asked to grow a long beard and by the time our females are told to wear hijab compulsorily,u ll knw joining the socalled oic is a disaster.

God 4bid the total islamisation aof naija.i agree with[b] EVERYTHING davidylan [/b] has written on here.

all u muslims saying islam is not a violent religion are just living in denial.islam is not tolerant at al,even when in the midst of my muslim friends one has to be care abt wat u say,cos they get worked up easily.

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@edoyad Yes I am still around and of course I have seen the news. Seems you haven't

read my post.

http://www.nairaland.com/nigeria?topic=409382.msg5660351#msg5660351 #462

I am not really the type of person, who reproaches others with the mirror, because we

are not infallible everybody and the wisdom has been laid nobody in the cradle. Also

not to me. But I had the feeling to have to become a little clearer and straighter.

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@ajalY are you still around ? Have you seen the news lately ?

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Ahhh ! Miss ajali what a suprise . Wonderful how you track my movement on this thread. I hope the winter hasn't been too bad ?

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Jonathan also has to do something about that ambassador to Saudi that was a collaborating with Ruma, Turaki Aondoakaa and Maduekwe in the evil plot to deceive Nigeria. To be honest, what business do Nigerian govt officials have in Saudi whether Yaradua is there or not.

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What about that little man in your life ? I'm sure he's at the stage where he gives you sleepless nights from his naughtiness.

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Thank you. LOL. By the way, what does a German girl like you do on sunday ? Go to church or clean the kitchen ? LOL.

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@ davidylan

u are obviously too biased to be rational. firstly nigeria is so sensitive that all parties have virtually agreed to a rotational presidency for uniity which will always probably rotate btw a northern muslim and a southern xtian.

secondly d muslims are too divided to have a caliphate. iran and iraq fought a senseless war for 8yrs, turks have been bombing kurds for yrs now, all muslims. sunnis in iraq go as far as bombin fellow muslims at burials cos there are shiites, hausa muslims conviniently kill yoruba muslims in northern crises saying they are not real muslims, hamas and fatah often kill each other in power struggles in that small gaza strip, egpyt is still struggling to contain d islamic brotherhood, sunni countries like saudi remain weary of irans nuclear ambitions and will side clandestinely with western efforts to reign them in. With all these i ask,WHO will head this caliphate.

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@twinskenny, read on.

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@edoyad

The global warming causes an increase of the temperature on the northern hemisphere.

By now the polar bears find no more floes at certain times in the year.

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@edoyad

hahahaha, Really? Do I seem to you thus?

No, I am no workaholic and up-tight surely not.

I work hard and try to make everything perfect, yes, but I also take time for the pleasant things of life.

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@ajali i revere Marx though, the world was not a good place to live in in those days with bourgeois and king deciding the fate of mens lives.

A funny question now ? Do you think you're an uptight workaholic ? LOL , that's what i see you described as in western movies

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Well, I think Nigeria needs to send an official delegation to the National Brotherhood of Pagans and Shamans, I thought there was freedom of religion and thought, but guess I am wrong!

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@edoyad

The name Jamaica coalition originated in 1994.

With him a coalition is described by three parties.

The colours of the parties prove the colours of the Jamaican national flag.

The FDP, free democratic party = yellow

Alliance '90/The Greens = green

CDU / CSU,  Christian democratic union and Christian social union = black

the latter are called together union parties.

Jamaica coalition is always a difficult, because the opinions of the single parties

strongly deviate of each other, therefore, it have never been  up to now at the national level.

At state level there is the first Jamaica coalition since 2009 in Saarland.

The FDP is the party of the rich and the enterprisers

Bündnis90 / dieGrünen has been only one environmental party in whose rows a lot of

environmental activists and members of Green Peace were.

Nevertheless, with the years she has changed and last put foreign minister Joschka Fischer

The union parties are the parties of the middle class

the CDU is represented in many federal states, while the CSU is to be found

exclusively in the federal state Bavaria.

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@ajali, wonderful you're well rested, cos the questions will be coming thick and fast and i'm an attentive student.

Next class is in politics and i wonder if you could give me the A-Z about the Jamaica coalition ?

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Apologists and liberal wannabes. Being silly and unintelligent is not being liberal. Yes the Muslims want an Islamic nation Boko haram, all other Islamic sects what else do you need to be sure? You should ask how Iran became islamized. Through sects. All that don't worry poo will catch up with you someday.

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lol when your country reverts to a full islamic caliphate in a few yrs you'll come back and retract this. Nigerians can be awfully unintelligent.

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So my country is truly among OIC nations. ALU! ABOMINATION! The whole nation would have been islamized if not for the South east and South west.

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Same thing Major Gideon Orkar was called, have you read his coup speech mr. Van Persie ? Think i don't know your real username ? I'm a natural profiler and i connect dots pretty well that's why i know your real username with the prominent K on it. I also know Nigerians have to be vigilante.

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Davidylan

Edoyad

Sunny BoBo

= slow Modaphucjkers

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Bolded part is to remind us of who hold the key positions in the Nigerian Economy ; CBN, NNPC, FINANCE MINISTRY

Charter of the

Organisation of the Islamic Conference

In the name of Allah, the most Compassionate, the most Merciful

We the Member States of the Organisation of the Islamic

Conference, determined:

to acknowledge the Conference of Kings, Heads of State and Government of

the Member States convened in Rabat from 9 to 12 Rajab, 1389 H,

corresponding to 22 to 25 September 1969, as well as the Conference of

Foreign Ministers held in Jeddah from 14 to 18 Muharram 1392 H

corresponding to 29 February to 4 March 1972;

to be guided by the noble Islamic values of unity and fraternity, and affirming

the essentiality of promoting and consolidating the unity and solidarity among

the Member States in securing their common interests at the international

arena;

to adhere our commitment to the principles of the United Nations Charter, the

present Charter and International Law;

to preserve and promote the lofty Islamic values of peace, compassion,

tolerance, equality, justice and human dignity;

to endeavour to work for revitalizing Islam’s pioneering role in the world

while ensuring sustainable development, progress and prosperity for the

peoples of Member States;

to enhance and strengthen the bond of unity and solidarity among the Muslim

peoples and Member States;

to respect, safeguard and defend the national sovereignty, independence and

territorial integrity of all Member States;

to contribute to international peace and security, understanding and dialogue

among civilizations, cultures and religions and promote and encourage

friendly relations and good neighbourliness, mutual respect and cooperation;

to promote human rights and fundamental freedoms, good governance, rule of

law, democracy and accountability in Member States in accordance with their

constitutional and legal systems;

2

to promote confidence and encourage friendly relations, mutual respect and

cooperation between Member States and other States;

to foster noble Islamic values concerning moderation, tolerance, respect for

diversity, preservation of Islamic symbols and common heritage and to defend

the universality of Islamic religion;

to advance the acquisition and popularization of knowledge in consonance

with the lofty ideals of Islam to achieve intellectual excellence;

to promote cooperation among Member States to achieve sustained socioeconomic

development for effective integration in the global economy, in

conformity with the principles of partnership and equality;

to preserve and promote all aspects related to environment for present and

future generations;

to respect the right of self-determination and non-interference in the domestic

affairs and to respect sovereignty, independence and territorial integrity of

each Member State;

to support the struggle of the Palestinian people, who are presently under

foreign occupation, and to empower them to attain their inalienable rights,

including the right to self-determination, and to establish their sovereign state

with Al-Quds Al-Sharif as its capital, while safeguarding its historic and

Islamic character, and the holy places therein;

to safeguard and promote the rights of women and their participation in all

spheres of life, in accordance with the laws and legislation of Member States;

to create conducive conditions for sound upbringing of Muslim children and

youth, and to inculcate in them Islamic values through education for

strengthening their cultural, social, moral and ethical ideals;

to assist Muslim minorities and communities outside the Member States to

preserve their dignity, cultural and religious identity;

to uphold the objectives and principles of the present Charter, the Charter of

the United Nations and international law as well as international humanitarian

law while strictly adhering to the principle of non-interference in matters

which are essentially within the domestic jurisdiction of any State;

to strive to achieve good governance at the international level and the

democratization of the international relations based on the principles of

equality and mutual respect among States and non-interference in matters

which are within their domestic jurisdiction;

Have resolved to cooperate in achieving these goals and agreed to

the present amended Charter.

3

CHAPTER I

Objectives and Principles

Article 1

The objectives of the Organisation of the Islamic Conference shall be:

1. To enhance and consolidate the bonds of fraternity and solidarity among the

Member States;

2. To safeguard and protect the common interests and support the legitimate

causes of the Member States and coordinate and unify the efforts of the

Member States in view of the challenges faced by the Islamic world in

particular and the international community in general;

3. To respect the right of self-determination and non-interference in the domestic

affairs and to respect sovereignty, independence and territorial integrity of

each Member State;

4. To support the restoration of complete sovereignty and territorial integrity of

any Member State under occupation, as a result of aggression, on the basis of

international law and cooperation with the relevant international and regional

organisations;

5. To ensure active participation of the Member States in the global political,

economic and social decision-making processes to secure their common

interests;

6. To promote inter-state relations based on justice, mutual respect and good

neighbourliness to ensure global peace, security and harmony;

7. To reaffirm its support for the rights of peoples as stipulated in the UN Charter

and international law;

8. To support and empower the Palestinian people to exercise their right to selfdetermination

and establish their sovereign State with Al-Quds Al-Sharif as its

capital, while safeguarding its historic and Islamic character as well as the

Holy places therein;

9. To strengthen intra-Islamic economic and trade cooperation; in order to

achieve economic integration leading to the establishment of an Islamic

Common Market;

10. To exert efforts to achieve sustainable and comprehensive human

development and economic well-being in Member States;

11. To disseminate, promote and preserve the Islamic teachings and values based

on moderation and tolerance, promote Islamic culture and safeguard Islamic

heritage;

12. To protect and defend the true image of Islam, to combat defamation of Islam

and encourage dialogue among civilisations and religions;

13. To enhance and develop science and technology and encourage research and

cooperation among Member States in these fields;

Please read on

[url=http://www.oic-oci.org/is11/english/Charter-en.pdf]

http://www.oic-oci.org/is11/english/Charter-en.pdf[/url]

Nigerians keep sleeping, you hear ?

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o.i.c=organization of terrorist islamic criminals

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please see members of OIC website http://www.oic-oci.org/member_states.asp

we are one of them already.

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But you have not answered the question on why you want Nigeria to be in the OIC ? What do we expect to gain from a group of countries of which one is not listed among the top fifteen economies in the world ? Is there any country in the OIC which has a christian president ? Could that be the explanation for reluctance of Yaradua to hand over to brother Jonah so as not to anger his hosts ?

Questioni questions questions .

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david thanks for your reply, sorry i am a bit late replying, so are saying that we should stop all muslims from going to our airports?

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Ok oh . . . .it is well

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As well as I have understood it, it is meant from poster ironically.

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Holy land? i will like to know what it means to be holy according to all these.

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yes you're right

please bear with me, the 95 these last a little longer it isn't so easy for me to translate it in english very fast

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@ajali that was a beautiful peace, karl v is ofcourse Charles v. Unfortunately after this time the ugliest wars began to ravage europe as catholic and protestant slaughtered each other in the name of god. Things Europe experienced 400 years ago are reaching us now.

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Being a member of OIC means that all nigerian women should start wearing hijabs and every nigerian man should start growing a full lenght beard like Bin laden.ANY NIGERIAN woman who refuses to wear hijabs would be beaten with horse whips by the islamic police and the south would be forced to accept islam by the fulani.hausa jahadists.Hmm these clowns frm the north think they own nigeria.

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No i meant the Bohemian guy who was burnt before Martin Luther

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Just wanted what the 95 theses was really about, what transpired at worms and also anything about the guy, What's his name again ?

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@edoyad

Well, you are still very young and will still learn a lot and collect experiences. I live already a few years longer and divide my knowledge with pleasure with you. I would have personally really no problem with even more Turks in my country. Quite honestly., because Islam like he is original and is lived on most Muslims, can never endanger a democracy and also does not want it. I would defend myself against the false-escorted radical Islamism of course.

About Martin Luther and 95 theses I can tell you a lot.

About Duke Frederick I do not know a lot.

Feel free to ask what ever you want.

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Just wondering how you'd feel if the increasing no. of turks one day reached a sizeable number and started to wreak havoc on your hard built democracy. I'm sure you wouldn't like that.

Sorry for askin so many questions but i like to learn. Do you know anything about the Ninety five theses and Duke Frederick of Saxony ?

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I don't know what to say, Let's just say religion doesn't explain so many things to me. But i do like the aspect of religion that teaches love, compassion, morality, helpfulness and all. That's why even one is not a christian you have to admire how it is able to criticize itself and correct certain short comings. By the way ajali do you know what European country has the highest number of turks in their borders ?

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@edoyad

Ohh no, I does not want to criticise you, there you have misunderstood me.

Actually, I wanted to explain to you, why the things are so.

However, it has little sense if you do not believe in God.

Therefore, I have asked you whether it was serious yours when you said, you do not believe in God.

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@ajali please say on, you should know by now i'm open to criticism.

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@edoyad

I could say you so much in addition, however, I am not sure whether you would take.

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Yemen is regarded as the new Afghanistan. It is poor, virtually lawless and on the verge of falling into the category of a failed state, why are hausa people migrating there ? Are there more opportunities in Yemen or is it the for Islamic education ?

@topic, Gen Ibrahim Babangida tried in vain to get Nigeria listed as an OIC country but thanks to the watchfulness of some valiant people his plans were scuppered. Now the rumors are back again and we know that in OIC countries the it is of utmost importance for the source of revenue of the state and ultimate power (king, president or prime min.)to be under the islamic powers.

President = Yardua

Min of Finance = Alh. (cant recall his name)

CBN Gov= . . Tsunami

NNPC MD = Mohammed Barkindo

Min of Def= Godwin Abbey replaced one old hausa chap cos of negotiations with MEND but for how long ?

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CLASSIC!

This is a "Rap line?"

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Not all muslims are terrorists but virtually ALL terrorists are muslims.

The jews started profiling by religion and race at their airport after the last intifada . . . today Ben Gurion airport is regarded as the safest airport on earth. Its amazing that with all its enemies, Israel is yet to record terrorists on their aircraft in over a decade. It goes to show you how much evil you can prevent when you keepp these moslem vermin at bay.

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You're being dumb here. If Yemen is that "free, tolerant and enabling" . . . one wonders how it is producing so many terrorists and why the Yemeni army is busy bombing certain parts of the country.

As regards what the world would be with "narrow minded people" like me? you can bet it wont have to worry about islamic violence, terrorism, suicide bombings and islamic crisis in northern nigeria. There are many "narrow minded" folks like me but NO ONE has anything to fear from us . . . that is the huge difference you disgusting hypocrites always fail to see.

I'd rather live with myself than a muslim or a dumb goon like you.

My rage and anger at islam may be pathetic, but it is one that is shared by many countries whose armies are on trigger alert for muslim terrorists like you. Thankfully idiots like you with yemeni visas will no longer be allowed into civilized countries. When Yemen gets too hot for you, pls head to Nigeria.

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Davidylan you're really insightful with your critical analysis of this affair. Because what it all boils down to at the end of the day is, can we trust the hausa man's actions putting in mind all that is unfolding right before our eyes ?

It's not like the northern/hausa oligarchs have not tried making Nigeria a full member of the OIC before; so how can we be sure the alarms being raised from many quarters are false ?

Does the Nigerian non-muslim in Makurdi, yenagoa, Nnewi or wukari know that he automatically becomes disadvantaged being a citizen of a member country of the OIC ? All these issues have to be ironed out.

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@davidylan,

hello how are you doing, i am new here and from the number of posts you have i understand you are a veteran here, from your posts i can see why you have a problem with islam but is it fair that you condem every muslim including every man, woman, and child that is of muslim faith?, i started a topic in the politics section : "Painting Everyone with the Same Brush Syndrome", i was talking about condemning an entire ethnic/religious group for the actions of some of them, so are you telling me that its every muslim(man, woman and child) that is out to cause terror? ofcourse not, so holla back and tell me what you think?

peace

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@real4life

Thank you for your wise attempt to restore sanity. The fact is that most of the babies on NL just love to easily start religous bashing and raising un necessary sentiments on threads. I simply tried to point out the fact that the clain by the original poster was totally false when he tried to raise the theory that the present absence of the president was OIC related.

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Well this is nairaland politics section, and I am sure the person that created it did not mean to provide an avenue for you to revenge the "insults from Muslims" you may have suffered. You should go back to the "web or public place" where that happened and retaliate if you have to.

Why don't we behave like civilized human beings and discuss politics here. I have even noticed that some of the people I enjoy reading their posts have been isolated for some time now due to all the hate and anger pouring out here.

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@ davidylan

Save us all the stories. I have saved myself some stress by highlighting some important points that will prove that you are one violent aggreaved individual.You sometimes take these things to personal and i am interested in seeing where it will lead you. As i have already stated i am not a muslim but live and work in Yemen. Which shows that atleast the level of tolerance there is enabling for me to reside and feel free.

But i wonder what the world will be if it was packed with narrow minded people like you that believe that they should blame islam for all the troubles and shortcomings in their life.

Your rage and anger towards Islam is pathetic but laughable.

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now now my dear  hatch . . . you really make precious little sense. Now lets analyse much of your drivel . . .

Not once did i allude to where you live or what religious affiliation you are. Not once did i allude to whether your place of abode has anything to do with Yemen or Jupiter for that matter. It seems you are responding with no sense of direction.

Only confused souls have a problem with where i stand when it comes to politics and religion. I can be no more clear than i have been so far.

Arent we also tired of the islamic charade of labelling others "violent" as a way to excuse their own inherent violence? If i were a "violent" christian defender you probably would not want to sit in the same airline with me. Now i'd have no problems flying on the same aircraft with a fellow "violent" christian defender or a hindu or an atheist . . . but i would damn well REFUSE to get on an airline carrying an imam with beards and the usual islamic regalia. Now you can go figure out why.

This is BS. To claim that "bashing islam" is the PRIMARY CAUSE of "religious related crisis" in Nigeria makes you out as a confused and deliberately dishonest individual.

First of all let us clarify this nonsense that what we have in Nigeria is "religious crisis" . . . what we have is ISLAMIC CRISIS! No other religions, be they christianity, atheism or animists have a problem co-existing with each other. We have not heard of ifa priests going on rampage with Sango worshippers . . . ONLY MUSLIMS go on violent rampage in Nigeria.

Secondly . . . other religions are constantly "bashed" too . . . infact atheists now drive buses in the UK with anti-christian messages. There have been no "religious related crisis" yet. Ever watched the Davinci Code? Did you hear any violence? Hypocrites.

Everyone is tolerant of each other . . . except muslims. I think that is the issue you should address . . . ask yourself why ALL the religious crisis in nigeria occur ONLY in the muslim dominated north. We have people of "different faiths" everywhere else . . . we dont hear such bloodcurdling violence from them. Something is wrong with islam!

We are "facing the issues" . . . the one YOU refuse to face. Islam is violence period! We as a country REJECT being a part of the violent and backward OIC.

You're lying to yourself.

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