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Muslim-Pnaci CoResistance: The Parallels Between Jihad and Indigenous Spirituality

by Val Shadowhawk (Mouqawamah Music EXCLUSIVE)

With so much turmoil and confusion cast onto the collective psyche of our world in general, one of the most sacred acts one can endeavor to embark upon is the Jihad. In the Arab and Islamic worlds, this one act has been grossly misrepresented, misunderstood and falsely as well as perniciously portrayed by the Jewish constructs of Hollywood, the Public ‘School System’, Book Publishing Companies, ‘Mainstream Media’, Western politicians and a host of other sundry groups and individuals who subversively operate under the auspices of ‘information’. There is indeed an intentionally skewed usage of what the true definition of the Jihad is, meant to further the hegemonic agenda of International Zionism. Having been exposed to Arab/Muslim peoples for a good portion of my life, this humble writer from an Indigenous background (Plains Cree, Blackfeet, Missouria, Choctaw) and having been involved in quite a few of my own tribal traditional ceremonies and ways, I would like to share a brief personal observation on the Jihad and its parallel in the Horse Cultures – i.e. Great Plains – The Crying For A Vision, or what the Lakota people refer to as the “Han’blech’ ya”. We refer to it in layman’s terms as “Going on the Hill”. One of the Seven Sacred Rites given to the Great Plains Pnaci people by Pte Stan Win (White Buffalo Calf Woman). Continue reading Muslim-Pnaci CoResistance: The Parallels Between Jihad and Indigenous Spirituality