Tuesday, 16 September 2014


Beautiful Night-time view of the Ismaili Center, Toronto Canada



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Saida Mohamed

I would like to present a piece of good news today because good news makes people happier and the world a better place, a world of hope and smiles.

His Highness Prince Karim Aga Khan is the leader of the world community of Ismailis and head of the Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN).  AKDN is the owner of the beautiful school, Aga Khan Junior Academy, in Nairobi Kenya.

On September 12th, 2014, four days ago, the Aga Khan invited the Prime Minister of Canada, Mr Steven Harper, to join him in opening an enormous project that brought happiness to the City of Toronto and Ismailis all around the world.

This was to open THE ISMAILI CENTRE pictured above, which is situated with a new Islamic Museum in a beautiful park, the Aga Khan Park, on Wynford Drive, Toronto, Canada.
From A view of the center and museum from the waterfall

At the centre, Ismailis will welcome people of other faiths and backgrounds to share culture, art, peace and learning.  Inside there are spaces for many different activities including a  theatre, art gallery, library, dining and for serving food for celebrations.

The central space is a place of prayer and meditation which will bring Ismailis together in prayer and in meditation, in voluntary service, and in social, cultural and knowledge-seeking activities.  

Outside the center there is a park where people can enjoy the peace and tranquillity of the surroundings, where trees and gardens have been planted.  People can relax here, meditate and experience the happiness of enlightenment.

Ismailis are happy people who want to help bring peace to the whole wide world, which is sometimes a dangerous place.

The Aga Khan enjoys the spectacular view of the park with the Prime Minister, Stepher Harper and His Highness Prince Amyn Aga Khan, his brother ( uploaaded by for youtube here:

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Mohamed Jiwa

Error Admission:
Mohamed Jiwa and regret we got the attribution for the top picture wrong - oops - please forgive ismailimail!  We have corrected it and admit to having been in a rush to meet a school homework deadline!  Sawa?

Wednesday, 13 August 2014

Is it really just a near cure or is this really it -- A CURE FOR HIV AIDS?


If you are a new interested party who needs to contact the clinic you may register with me at by email, or +254726752187

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You may send the following information to me, too, at the above email:

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13th August 2014

Tuesday, 12 August 2014

You doing a "Netanyahu" there Land Grabber?

The Netanyahuesque
"Hey, someone just chucked out my security guards from my plot of land in Muthaiga, bwana!" said, a friend of a friend, "and installed his own guards and now says that it is HIS LAND!"  This is really happening and it is the big names who are still perpetrating this kind of land grab.  Of course the people who lost their land run for their lives, and don't get shot like Palestinians who are being targeted with things like 'flechette bombs' which kills people as would DOOM! flies and mosquitoes, and children are being kusiagwaed by them like in a public Israeli butchery set up in Gaza!  What dogs!
Here's my comment on the petition site for Palestine inspired by the statement of the African Scholars  (Onyango Oloo - you lead the pack - go it, babe - love your writing).
This what I say:
Unite Africa!
Unite Palestine!

Forget all the rest of the nonsense which is simply a landgrab for the sake of resources and ensuring that there is a ruling class that takes over the world.  They are very flagrant about it.
Netanyahu is no longer some human-being's name. That is not a human being.  It is now a label for:
Anyone who is willing to set into motion a killing machine in order to stamp out humanity in order to set up a ruling global class.
Wake up you sleepy scholars and look to your own countries to identify your own Netanyahus!

African Solidarity with Palestine
11:45 am Aug 12
Mohamed Jiwa
Kenya Follow on Twitter @kirimba

Scholars, hm.... ?:~S Not just scholars, please! As scholars your responsibility is to unveil the robberies taking place right here in our backyard, first, and to enlighten your people and their children, and turn them into responsible 'leaders'. You have not succeeded in doing that, bwana.

Lots of smiles, talks, beer and social gatherings is what most demonstrators are really good at. They won't give their names unless some of them don't mind losing their tenure anyway, these "scholars".

And the demo failed, too, because of legal issues? That's funny - what are you, a class? I am not a scholar (=educated in the western system) but still I agree that some of what you say is relevant:

In simple words, Israel, backed by neo-Cons, is land-grabbing again. They want to ensure that Hamas does not control the gas deposits in Gaza, either. They want Gaza. They want everything. Sorry to say that Mahmood Abbas is not much better than any ordinary person, really, as he also gave in to the Israeli project to save his own ass so that he could upgrade his family, too.

None of them are heroes except the people who fought back with nothing. Look at AlKhuzaa. Are there words to describe what happened there? Massacre, devastation, war against women and children, cowardice, genocide, devastation - none of them are enough to reflect what the people are feeling. We are responsible for it, my dear scholars! We are just talking and demonstrating but we are not defining what our role is as leaders....

Sorry, we are not able to define the difference between 'position-holder' and 'leader', and enable people to distinguish the right action from the wrong one. Netanyahu is now more than infamous: If someone wants to perform a text-book land grab as the Mois, Biwott, Ruto, Kenyattas and so forth have been doing remorselessly someone could make them feel bad by saying, "Netanyahu to you!"

Are you a scholar? A leader? A thinking person? Then ask for a ONE STATE SOLUTION, my friend, a state led by enlightened people who share power and work towards a new set of goals. What a waffle is this commentary!!! "We hold that silence about the latest.... blah blah!!..." You are talking like the soulless ghosts of white colonisers!!

Keep it simple: Something is wrong with the whole world. The Banksters have something to do with that, too (like the one Uhuru just met at his library in Texas - what a joke). It is coming to yoooooouhu yes, the ghost is right behind you, mabesti,

and don't forget to make the parallel between the agenda of Israel and the agenda of America and Israel in Africa. It is happening as we write. Read @gathara. He is catching on.

Do you really think they care about we say, anyway?  Listen to yourselves!!!

And " employees in institutes of higher learning we have a particular interest in and responsibility to respond to the obstacles to the right to higher education that the Israeli state has created for Palestinians both inside Israel...." hoooooooo (I can hear this in Gregorian chant, now). Because otherwise whomever you are addressing won't listen much longer. :-)

Ok, seriously, well done scholars. You are doing a great job. Keep it up. Remember me once a year on my birthday (11.10) and remember mother's day once a year and father's day and I believe there will soon be a man's day. Once a year, ok? Don't forget Uhuru and Madaraka and friendship day, either, ok? And once in a few years Gaza Day, ya?  Oh, one more: Wake up day - remember that one, too as often as you can!

And Sasa, bye!  Kwaheri ya kubwanana, bwana! Shalom! Salaam and all those such... meaningful things.

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Monday, 4 August 2014

Gaza - a bit of land-grabbing psychology for Kenyans? Part 1

What were you doing in this space when I have arrived?

Nairobi, August 3rd, 2014
In Kenya we speak Kiswahili and our vocabulary here is arguably not as sophisticated as in the English language.

So perhaps it would be going too far and considered an irresponsible thing to say that some of our own ruling politicians are moving in the direction of doing the same sort of thing as Israel has resolved to do in Gaza:  Human beings are being moved or squeezed into smaller space, then mowed down and then blamed for harbouring terrorists (or, in our case in Kenya we target the squatters).

It's the same principle:  The crime is taking up space that is more profitable to the filthy (and not the clean and responsible!) rich, I suppose.  When someone suffers as a result of this form of oppression in our part of the world, whether in the slum or in a forest or glade, the real news is also not being honestly published.

Someone recently tweeted me lamenting that each side is targeting innocent people on the other side.Yes, the Palestinians are attempting to break out of jail and Israel's playing The Law. Nah - not just playing.  Zion wants to rule and exploit Gaza and break the Gazans psychologically.  They are the inventors of modern psychology.  They think.  The forgot about things like faith, reason and humanity.

Displacement or, more accurately put, theft of one's home space comes in many poisonous strengths, from colonisation (Gaza), renationalisation (as in Tanzania) through the Kenyan repetitious system of producing IDPs, to urban gangsterism in local neighbourhood and on the estates.  It may have happened to you even on the way home and laughed off as ngeta but, ultimately we are talking about the same thing, an offence against the person in the space that he is occupying:

Unchallenged go this form of intimidation, theft, 'land-grabbing' or - being told, "what were you doing here when I arrived?" The difference in the various strengths of poison is quite simple:  THE COST.  In Kenya we get displaced and those among us who suffer and give up the ghost quietly are not considered as seriously victimised as, perhaps, in Gaza where the price Palestinians are paying is, as the IDF and their government appears to be wanting the world to believe, 'only lives and Palestinian lives at that.' But it has certainly become clear that Israel is out to dwarf the Palestinians with their might and keep them subdued as a psychological exercise.

Shameless and even inhuman.  That is what I have said on Twitter:  Netanyahu and company are no longer human.

Who knows whether the way it is being done today in Gaza may be the order of the day when they are gone too far in their wrongful policies of being American's agency in E Africa.  Perhaps Kenya's policy today will not be looked upon in retrospect as a primitive and unsophisticated one, simply because it is humane in comparison (only in comparison - our forces are also inhuman).

Meanwhile today's Gazan version, where the more innocent lives it takes to bring down an apparently cruder and weaker war machine, the more sophisticated the policy is disingenuously spun into, in the public domain?

Who knows whether communities like Kibera and Mathare and Mukuru will not become more and more congested and isolated from the Upper Hills and State Houses and the Highlands and Beaches that belong to the ruling classes?  Those who want to hold on to power understand that they will lose their grip on that power, if they don't simply take ALL the vantage points and do it at any cost.  That is the trend of the world.  So why - are we an exception?  Don't make me laugh.

Meanwhile, while we expand our spaces at their expense, in the case of Gaza: simply murder everybody in the line of fire, hether they are defenseless or not**.  The cost is women children, survival, humanity, continuity, memory, fabric of society - mostly inanimate and (except in Israel) trivial/ inconsequential "things" like that in comparison to the prize - a  command over human beings as in Hollywood movies.

Edited August 12th, 2014


**Netanyahu has been quoted alongside another quote from the Psalms of David that ends, "But the meek shall inherit the land and delight themselves in abundant peace.” (Psalm 37:9-11)"  He is of course talking about Gazan land, Palestinian land."Get to the tunnels at any cost and destroy them.  The Palestinians have become audacious.  And gather the young men who stand up to one together, stuff them into any bathroom in any gutted residence from which people have fled leaving their dead behind and mow them down (as in Khuzaa), If we do not stop them they are coming to our territory.

Saturday, 2 August 2014


I live in a part of the world where I am, at, least able to go about my business or go for a reasonably peaceful walk.  Yes, twenty years ago, we not only had peace but we even had some tranquillity.  I am always thinking about ways to restore peace and tranquillity to my surroundings*.  True, I do not succeed much - I seem to be getting myself into greater instead of lesser trouble.**

Ebola is not under control because Africans are not strong enough yet to sequester it.  There needs to be interest.  Coordination.  The rulers do not consider control that necessary as @nduts09 said, until it reaches their front door.

Gaza is just an infection like Ebola.  Evidently much worse.

What is happening to Gaza and Israel is happening to me.

And to you.

Noone really cares whether it reaches us in Kenya or not - when they (the ruling echelons in Europe, America, Israel and all their allies) damned well know that it is EASILY PREVENTABLE.

Any fool can see the trend.  So the rulers tell themselves:  "It won't happen in my lifetime, and so, as long as we leave our power to our descendants who can live in their own bubbles, who really could care less?"

It is the same with GAZA.  It is easily preventable but they will not let it.  Here*** is an article by an erudite scholar about how attacking Palestine is like Mowing the Lawn.  Please do read it.

But Kenya has still some of the power to bring charm, happiness and peace to its inhabitants, though it is fast being drained away by incompetence and self-service from the people that rule us.  There is much to write about the forces of peace, charm, tranquillity here and in E Africa, that are being targetted by the general drive for agency and proxy war by the USA and their allies in Africa****

As with Kenya all the problem is with Gaza is LAND GRABBING, water source grabbing, grabbing of access to the sea and to the hills and arable land.  It happens to all people who do not polish the shoes of the ruling party in any country.

That's all I have time for right now.  I have to take Saida swimming and have some lunch with my mother.  I need to take her to make a call to Pakistan.  Then we are off to Zarinbai's place.


* Follow me @kirimba on Twitter
**(see my future posts on how the directors of our housing estate and their 'chamchaas' work to make my mother, daughter and me feel marginalised and ridiculed for attempting to do something, for demanding fair treatment and proper management).
**** (see Africom)

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