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(8)Every one of these claims unravelled under examination. Mr Jamal Ibrahim, the deputy chief of mission at the Sudanese embassy in Britain, wrote an article critical of Ms Boof and claims that she had previously made, an article published in ‘Al- Sharq Al-Awsat’ in September 2002.
In this article he criticised her “falsehood and dishonesty” in previous claims.
These claims were carried by several media outlets.
(3) She claimed that the fatwa had been issued in September 2002 by the Sudanese government, and that this had been conveyed to her by the SPLA, who in turn claimed to have had it confirmed by a Mr Tanzim Wasti, Mr Ibrahim’s secretary and by Islamist activist Sheikh Omar Bakri.
She claims that her Egyptian grandmother then put her up for adoption and that through UNICEF she travelled to London and was taken in by an Ethiopian family who eventually gave her up because, she said, they thought she might be a witch.
She says she was then adopted by a black family in Washington-DC in 1980.
“I don’t like @wale because he’s another Colorstruck Black Man who’s videos are pretty much White Supremacist images,” Boof complained.
“The fact that @wale is Nigerian makes it all the worse, because he’s setting the wrong example globally for our race. There wasn’t a single Black woman in ‘Pretty Girls’…so what in the f-ck was he saying about African women?? @wale and all the rest of these Self-hating Niggerstock Bastards don’t celebrate Black Beauty bec.
Our worst fucking enemy on this planet…has turned out to be our own sorry ass self-hating sons. @WALE is a little Punk Bitch Nigerian Skin Bleacher who wants to escape his own people & gets PAID 2 do so”“According to this lunatic @kolaboof I promote ‘skin bleaching’ and I hate black women,” he countered.
The Sudanese civil war has generated a vast amount of propaganda and disinformation.