A MESSAGE FROM TANZANIA

A MESSAGE FROM TANZANIA DEBUNKING THE COVID SHAITAANIYAT

A Brother living in Kenya sent the following message:

“Since the outbreak of the virus in March, we started reciting Dua-e-Qunoot in each and every Namaaz. Over here in Tanzania in East Africa, the only thing which helped us was Dua.

That is the only thing that helped us in Tanzania, a land of 70 million. No doctors and no medicine helped us. Only Dua – that’s all that helped.

We never closed the doors of the Mosques. Please Convey this message to all.”

(End of message)

COMMENT

Tanzani has been blessed with an intelligent President who has the welfare of the people at heart. He is not a bootlicker like the glut of munaafiq molvis and sheikhs who have lapped up every filth and vomit effluvium discharged by the atheists.

He expelled the rogues and frauds of the United Nations who are prime role players in the pandemic conspiracy.

The Tanzanian President defied the pandemic doomsday call and prediction of the agents of Bill Gates. He kept the country open and did not buckle under the pressure of the world’s conspirators. Whilst all the Musaajid in Tanzania operated normally under the decree of the non-Muslim President, all the Musaajid in every Muslim country were closed down by Munaafiq and kuffaar governments and Munaafiq molvis and sheikhs. All of them were following the conspirators of the west like monkeys. May Allah Ta’ala bestow the treasure of Imaan to the President.

Today western scientists concede the “LACK OF CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAKS IN AFRICA”, and it has these scientists puzzled. Only those scientists who are unaware of the massive satanic plot underlying the bogus pandemic are puzzled. Nevertheless, the acceptance of the factual reality of the lack of coronavirus in Africa speaks volumes for the massive fraud that this pandemic is.

21 Muharram 1442 – 10 September 2020

KENYA: LOCKDOWN SUFFERING

KENYA: LOCKDOWN SUFFERING AND CHAOS

“Women and children fell to the ground, bloodied and trampled in a desperate surge for food being handed out in a Nairobi slum, as police fired teargas and men with sticks beat the hungry.”
As African countries grapple with the coronavirus pandemic, observers warn that the traumatic scenes which played out last Friday will not be the last if governments fail to help millions of urban poor who live hand-to-mouth.

“I give them (the government) one to two weeks before things get worse. Not in terms of coronavirus, but in terms of hunger,” said Kennedy Odede, who runs Shining Hope For Communities (SHOFCO), a grassroots movement which works in the Nairobi slum Kibera and other informal settlements in Kenya.

“If it continues like this, we might be playing with fire.”

“The inevitable reaction has been to follow what the rest of the world is doing,” said Jakkie Cilliers at the Pretoria-based Institute for Security Studies (ISS), who has called for Africans to come up with a “unique solution” to stave off the virus.

“A lockdown is unenforceable and unsustainable across much of Africa. You are trying to do something that is not possible and you are condemning people to a choice between starving and getting sick.

“It’s not possible for 10 people living in a tin shack… to not go outside for three weeks.”

“Coronavirus should not be a reason to destroy our economy at all,” said Tanzanian President John Magufuli. (Reuters)

27 Sha’baan 1441 – 21 April 2020