Escaped Sudanese child slave and human rights activist SIMON DENG with PAMELA GELLER during a presentation in 2009. Simon Deng was sold for $10 as a child slave to Muslim owners until he managed to escape one decade later. Today Simon Deng tries to educate and warn people about Islam and the brutality that becomes a reality under Sharia — which is the inevitable outcome from Muslim mass-immigration anywhere in the world.
In Southern Sudan, constant attacks from the Arab militias in the North has led to a growing number of kidnap victims. But this is just part of the story. In the mid-1990s, a new trade sprung up, the “selling” of kidnap victims back their families. It has become a highly lucrative business for the kidnappers. Damien Lewis made a clandestine trip to Southern Sudan to find out the extent of the crisis.