South Sudanese March In Tel Aviv In Solidarity with Israel

The courageous South Sudanese freedom fighter Simon Deng and a group of his countrymen are in Tel Aviv to show their solidarity with the Israeli people in their hour of need.

Simon Deng explained: “Their pain is our pain. As a friend, I have to be there when they need me. It was important to me to show solidarity as an African, especially now after the October 7 attacks, and as opposed to South African President Cyril Ramaphosa and the South African Communist leader Julius Malema, who have called Israel an apartheid state. Malema has organized hundreds of thousands of Africans to denounce Israel for it is alleged practice of apartheid. To me, this is an insult to the Africans who were victims of genuine apartheid. We wanted to show Israelis that when they hear those voices of denunciation, there are also voices on their side.”

Simon also said: “In 1969, when southern Sudan needed defense against jihadis, when 1,500,000 southern Sudanese were slaughtered by Muslims in the name of apartheid and enslavement, only Israel came to our aid. So as a victim of Islamization and enslavement myself, I couldn’t stand by and say nothing. When people are kidnapped and brutalized by people screaming ‘Allahu akbar,’ I know what that means. And so that is the purpose of our mission in Israel: to stand with the Israelis in this time of crisis.”

Along the way, as you can see, some Israelis joined them. The whole world should join them.



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