Guest Book Volume 2
Date: January 08, 2003
very nice web I realy enjoyed reading it.
Date: January 07, 2003
KUMBE MWANZO ZANZIBAR ILIKUWA NZURI? KUMBE KWELI SASA TUNAENDELEA KINYUME NYUMEEE.LA HAULA.!!! INNA LILLAH WA INNA ILAYHI RAAJIIUN.
Date: January 07, 2003
PEACE BE UPON ALL ZANZIBARIS AND DHIKI BE UPON ALL TANGANYIKAN COLONIALIST WHO PUT US IN TROUBLES. JAMANIIIIIII TULIOKO NJE SOOOOTE KWA UMOJA WETU TURUDI ZANZIBAR TUSHIRIKIANE KUIKOMBOA NCHI YETU KUTOKA KATIKA MAKUCHA YA WAKOLONI WA KITANGANYIKA. MUNGU IBARIKI ZANZIBAR,WPE UHURU WANANCHI WA ZANZIBAR NA WATENZE NGUVU WALE WOOOTE WENYE KUSHIRIKIANA KUIFUTA ZANZIBAR KATIKA RAMANI YA DUNIA.AMIN
Date: January 06, 2003
YOUUUUUUUU PEOPLE, WE NEEED OUR FREE ZANZIBAR. JAMANIIIIIIIIIII TUNAHITAJI ZANZIBAR YETU HURUUUUUUUU.
Date: January 04,2003
Thank you, beautiful. amir rashid, zanzibari,canada
Date: January 02, 2003
Sevrine Rodrigues Barrie - firstname.lastname@example.org I made comments earlier on your site but just wanted to leave my email address should any Zanzibari wanted to contact me. Thanks.
Date: January 02, 2003
Hi: This is Sevrine Mary Rodrigues Barrie. I was born in Zanzibar and these pictures were very meaningful to me. I was touched with the history shown in these pictures and saddened by some of the memories which I recalled from some of the pictures. Well captured. Sincerely, Sevrine USA
Date: December 31, 2002
NI KWELI HIZI PICHA ZA MASS GRAVE NI ZA ZANZIBAR? MBONA ZATIA MASHAKA?ITS NOT CLEAR KIASI CHA KUONEKANA VIZURI.
Date: December 21, 2002
well..such an awesome history!!! as a Zanzibari whose grandfather was killed after the revolution I find myself very much with mixed feelings and all that...all I can say is what had to be done had to be done...turning back the pages won't help me anything,I'll always be a TRUE ZANZIBARI no matter what happens to the place.
HIVI MPAKA LINI MUTAPOTOA HII HISTORIA YA ZANZIBAR,MIMI SIKUBALIANI NA YALE MULIYOYAELEZA KATIKA PEG YA MAPINDUZI NI UZUSHI MTUPU HAKUNA LA KWELI HATA MOJA.WAARABU HAWAKUWA NA LENGO BAYA JUU YA ZANZIBAR AU WAZANZIBAR UKWELI NI KWAMBA ZILE NI MBINU ZA WAZUNGU KATIKA KUVURUGA UISLAMU NDIO WAKAANZA KUTUTIA CHUKI ZA UWARABU NA UAFRIKA KAMA KUNA MABAYA BASI YAMEFANYWA NA WAZUNGU MAKUBWA.KWANINI HAMUUZUNGUMZI UKWELI,HATA HAYO MAPINDUZI YENYEWE HAYAKUTAYARISHWA NA WAZANZIBAR YALIKUWA NI YA WAINGEREZA NA KIBARAKA WAO NYERERE PAMOJA NA MIKATILI KUTOKA NJE YA NCHI NDIO WALIOFANYA MAPINDUZI HAMUYAONI HAYO?BADO MUKO BEGA KWA BEGA KUMNUSURU MZUNGU NA KUMKANDAMIZA MUARABU.BASI WAKATI UMEFIKA NA UKWELI USHAONEKANWA KWA MTU MWENYE AKILI.
perfect and nice site of the island Thanxxx jan from the Netherkands
Tipp Tip is refered to as the great slave dealer during the slave trade period, many books will never proceed to say a word on him without associating him with the slave trade. Why this important historic mark not mentioned in his remark on the 6 great zanzibari?
It's nice to see history at the peoples Museum in Stonetown. However what ticks me off is that some very historical stuff is sneaked out of the museum and sold. What is this!
Good photographs and well researched information, give us more information about Siti bint Saad, i think she has more story to tell about women in Zanzibar than Princess Salme, i mean she was more inspirational to the world ever, from Zanzibar Riyami Sultan
BAADA YA KUPATA MAELEZO MENGI KUHUSU ZANZIBAR KWENYE HII WEBSITE, SISI KAMA WAZANZIBARI TUFANYE NINI ILI TUWEZE KUIREJESHEA ZANZIBAR HADHI YAKE? WENU MASOUD ABDULLAH AL-AMRY
Very well composed literature, I can't wait to come and see all this marvel for myself soon!
Because of the recent comment I made in your guest book, I have had a couple of inquiries about my book, Revolution in Zanzibar, which was published earlier this year. I told those who got in touch with me that it can be obtained at any book store, which will order it if it is not in stock, or from any online bookseller, such as Amazon.com or Barnes and Noble. Once again, your website is a treasure trove for those interested in Zanzibar. Don Petterson.
It is an interesting website though I'm more interested in Seyyid Barghash-bin-Said. I'm interested in his descendants and what happened to them after the revolution. Are you related to him somehow?
this site shows many about zanzibar, i know many many things about here so i'm very happy because many of that i didn't know before. congratulation
na litote tugawane bao,kama Salmin bin Amour alivyosema.
It was very disturbing back then
Your failure to highlight the racism and Salvery by red Arab spoilt the honesty of this web site John Okello save Zanzibar by defeating and throwing out the red Arab from the zanzibar as it would be done in Sudan and Mauritania.
For an ex-Zanzibari, this is a wonderful site to visit - it brings back so many wonderful memories, some of them sad, alas. Thanks for sharing the wealth of Zanzibar information, Barghash. Best Regards Raj Lathia
good and interesting. mohamed
I WAS HERE TO DAY AND WILL BE BACK SOON. E-MAIL:MUGU @MUGU.NET.
Zanzibar surrendered to England after only 38 minutes.. hehe.. they are weak.
Very Well composed site detailing historical Zanzibar with pictures which is a wealth of treasure that would be useful to older Zanzibaris. Viewing your site surely brings out memories and rehashes the past in a soothing yet grwosum way. Great job in putting all this together. My suggestion would be to have some recent information, pitures to enhance the flavor.
Hello Bargash, After reading all the comments in your guest book and recognising a couple of names, I wrote to them. There were my friends and schoolmates and I had not seen them since I left in 1964, They in turn forwarded my mail to various others and ever since I have been inundated with mail from Zanzibaris all over the world including as far as Australia. I don't think that in any other part of the world there is such a camaderie like we have for each other, irrespective of creed or race. Thank you for giving me this opportunity to get back in touch with all these friends. It seems that everyone who has visited your site hail you. Take a bow. Mabel
Mr. Barghash You kept me up the whole day today just to go thru your web-site. Truly an amazing site - well laid out and planned. It brought me a lot of tears of joy. Very nostalgic at times. God bless you and inshallah He may give you strenght to keep the Zanzibar candle burning. Amen. Hussain Ismail New York
Tunashukuru kwa kutufahamisha ukweli wa mambo. Mdimbani@hotmail.com
Nimefurahi kwa kusoma maelezo haya na kufahamu ukweli wa mambo na Mwenyezi Mungu akuzidishie kila la kheri na baraka endelea kutupa na mengi zaidi kuliko haya. Shukrani zangu za dhati kwako. Kursal@msn.com
Iam a Zanzibari and was delighted to go thru the website.It really took me into the memory lane of my childhood.it is Interesting and highly informative. Please continue the good work you are doing. Thank you b/rgds B.ALMasroori
Many thanks for literally bringing your website to me. When I was writing my book, Revolution in Zanzibar: An American's Cold War Tale, I surfed the web looking for additional source material. Somehow, I not find your site, which is by far the best of all I have seen. Your collection of photos and illustrations is priceless. I will bring the site to the attention of family and friends, and I will return to it periodically to read new material and revisit some of the old. Congratulations and best regards. Don Petterson, American Ambassador, Ret. email@example.com
Dear Barghash, I am happy that someone has taken efforts in exploring Z'bar. I appreciate your input in giving details. My name is Sanjay B. Patel., was born in Z'bar. My ID is firstname.lastname@example.org, feel free to contact me, Rgds, Sanjay.
Hi this is Mabel pooran again Comment 129. I would love to hear from any of my friends from Zanzibar. My e-mail address is mpooran @ yahoo.com
Very interesting and informative site. I have always known that the Zanzibar had great beaches and marine life since I was born and brought up on the island. I went to school at King George VI Secondary school from 1958 to 1963. I miss the fellow students who I understand are scatterred all over the world. I live in USA and my address is email@example.com. My name is Kantilal H. Thanki.
Very interesting place. Would like to have a post card from there for my collection.
Bwana Bargash, Jambo ! Habari gani ? Mimi iko technologist mkubwa wa Dialysis . Ipo katika Hospital for Sick Children , Toronto. email: firstname.lastname@example.org ya email@example.com. Ndugu yangu ni Madhu. Basi kwaheri. Pl. keep in touch. Wako mtii, Mukesh
I am a Zanzibari and was delighted to go thru the website.It really took me into the memory lane of my childhood and would love to meet some of my lost friend.My name is Harish Dhutia and I studied at AgaKhan Secondary School.My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org Asante Sana na tutaonana.
Zanzibar...I dont even know what that is. I am sitting here in my computer class confused off my ass as to what this thing called "Zanzibar" is. Would somebody please explain. It sounds like a kerazy time that only a hippy would go to. If u know what it is could please contact my thugged out white ass at email@example.com, I would certainly appreciate that. thanks a million.
This is a fantastic site. I have lived in Zanzibar for many years and know a lot of its history but this has been very enlightening. Thank-you
Asalaam Alaykum Warahmatullah, Nashukuru kupata fursa hii ya kusema machache katika mtandao huu. Mimi naitwa Mohammed Khalef Ghassany, ninaishi Zanzibar. licha ya kuzaliwa kwangu katika visiwa hivi vitukufu na kuishi miaka yote ishirini na tano ya uhai wangu, napaswa kukiri kuwa hadi sasa sikuwa nimeujuwa ukweli wowote kuhusu historia ya visiwa hivi hadi nilipoanza kutembelea website hii. Shukrani zilioje kwa mwanzilishi wake na Mungu amlipe kheri awalipayo maulamaa wote wanaouelimisha umma wake. Sikuwa nikijuwa kuwa mapinduzi yaitwayo matukufu ya zanzibar kuwa kilikuwa ni kigaro cha mafisadi wa kigeni dhidi ya raia waadham wa visiwa hivi. Sikuwa nikijuwa kumbe wazanzibari wenyewe tumekuwa tukitumiwa tokea zamam hizo kwa maslahi ya wakuja. Nasikitika kuwa huu ni ukweli uliochelewa kunifikia na kutufikia wengi wetu wa kizazi cha sasa, na kwamba sasa tunabakia kuilaumu na kuitusi kaumu iliyopita kabla yetu hapa zanzibar. Tunajiuliza hivi kweli Wazanzibari walikuwepo wakati haya yakifanyika? Ukweli ni kuwa hapana shaka walikuwepo kama vile ambavyo leo hii tupo sisi na tunaiona nchi yetu tukufu hiyoo ikimalizika kuendea arijojo. Kwa hakika hizi ni salamu za maombolezo, za ombwe na kilio. Kwamba kutoka nchi, dola na taifa huru la zanzibar, leo tumefikia pahala ambapo tunadharauliwa na hao wadharaulikao! Wakati ninaposoma madondoo ya kihistoria katika website hii nashindwa kuyazuwia machozi yangu yasiririke. Masikini Zanzibar yetu! firstname.lastname@example.org
My name is Chandrakant Shah born and brought up in Zanzibar. Left Zanzibar in 1965 and now residing in Australia. You have done a wonderful job creating this site. It brings back the fond memories of the place. Although I haven't read all the articles, I am sure most of us would find it very informative. Keep it up
Mr. Barghash: Congratulations, You have taken some good efforts to present with photos and history about Zanzibar. I lived my prime time - from 1947-1967 - in Zanzibar. Finished my HSC in 1955. Cannot forget those spendid years spent in Zanzibar. Wish you all the best in your future work on this website. Kwaheri. cvs. Houston, 08-29-02
its awesome.we got to know many things in zanzibar thru you.because no body tell like it tells us.good and great job ,keep doing as you do
really enjyed your website.It is educative and fun to brows.If only you could add those famous taarab too.
hi all im Zanzibzrian,but since i lefte there real im not looking go back.why thise people who lead other people are srew up.you guys know what i meant here right.Zanzibar was good,people were happyness and have heart to help one another.now all these a good things are total gone.who did this?you all know.its all great.im from Zanzibar stown town and im living in awesome life usa.
Hongera! Jamani, kumbe kuna mazuri, elimu pia manufaa! And all I have been thinking, Baba yetu sisi akijiita Mzanzibari (tena alisomea St. Joseph's......way back when!), alikuwa anahifadhi his ancestry! Am so glad, there are a lot of Zanzibari out there! Please continue the good work you are doing! This is exciting...Keep the updates coming! tamasharama
Hi there, Great site, More power to you. Sincerely ALI.Hugo T.O Canada
salamu kutoka america ya kusini tumefurahi sana kwa sitio yako
I am currently doing research on the early 1960s in Zanzibar and would like to hear from any British or Americans who lived there during this time. I would love to hear about your time on the island and your experiences. I am particulary interested in the stories of those who worked either for the UK colonial office or at the US Satelite tracking station.
May GOD BLESS You. email@example.com Giuseppe Rella,Brewster, New-York 10509
hello my name is Stephanie Fernandes born in zanzibar in 20 jan 1974, i am now leaving in the united kingdom for nearly 8 years in south harrow, I go back to zanzibar on and off as i still have my family staying at mkunazini street, we were a family of 7 children, (2 boys and 5 girls) i have seen alot of changes since i was there last. for example: the stone town is paved with tiles and cleanliness. although there is a touch of malaria in the area. more and more buildings are coming up in the coast side and the tourism is booming,
Jitahidini maadili yetu yasipotee jamani
i need to get friends from Africa
This is really Great Bargash! Thanks - we enjoyed reminiscing about the past...we lived in mchangani and had a bakery... JoyDias CarolDiasMehra Keith.Dias@Att.net
great information. I was born in Z'bar left in 1967, attended /St. Joseph's/Tumekuja school. Lived in Shangani behind Babla's watch shop near the Post Office.It brings back good memories. Hope to make a visit back sometime soon. Friends of mine have been back and have good things to say except that our good old friends haveleft for greener pastures. Would love to hear from other Z'baris. firstname.lastname@example.org - Seattle, Wa. USA
Hi, I have request... My mother, Munira Mohamdaly Esmail Jessa was born in Zanzibar in 1944. One of seven daughters of Mohamamdaly Esmail Jessa, who worked for the Ministry of Works. He had a Persian wife called, Zahira or Zarah or something similar. All my Mother's sisters appear to have taken on English names Laura, Sheila, Jackie, Lily, Fatima, there was another sister however I am unable to recall her name. I believe my mother was the second youngest. Laura being the oldest and Lily and Fatima were twins. I think that Jackie and Lily are now residing in Mombassa. Fatima was living in Vancouver, Canada with her family. My Mother and her sisters moved to Nairobi at some point, where my Aunty Laura had a hairdressing salon. My Mum, Munira, (called herself Monique) married my father Michael Gregory Mackintosh in 1960 in Nairobi. My Mum, Sheila and Laura came to the UK in the early 60's. Unfortunately, both Laura and Sheila have passed away quite a while ago, and I sadly lost my Mum in 1996. She never spoke a great deal about her family so I am at a loss as to how to contact any of my Aunts and cousins. My Grandmother died when my Mum was about 5 years old, and my Gradfather remarried, to a lady I knew as Nana May. I only met my Grandfather once when he came to the UK in the early 1970's, and I've only ever met my Aunty Jackie and Aunty Fatty (Fatima) once as well. I know that there are many cousins as I recall being told once that I was the youngest of all my mother's sister's children. I have an older sister, Suzanne and we both live in the UK. I was born in 1966 and my sister was born in 1964. If any of these names ring any bells to you, I would love to hear from you. I would so like to know my real family background. I can be e-mailed at email@example.com Regards Trish Jessa
It is very wonderful site to those who are right humans they will be able to see the difference without bias. I would like to put a few line of comments to the comment No 102 & 104. These people are not truely Zanzibaris they have the blood of their grandfathers who brought misery to the indeginous people of Zanzibar through their equation of Mapinduzi=Mavamizi. What is the product of this equation and their so called Muungano after more than 30 years to the people of Zanzibar: 1)Poverty- Compare pre & post Mavamizi, the standard of living . is an agony 2)Ignorance- The standard of Education is miserably and pity, I remember our time, standard eight is like a degree. 3)Health and Wellfare- From precious to worse, the poor Goverment for the last 30 years could not conrtol a simple Malaria!. The beatiful stone town is stinking devastated. Leader know nothig except their tumbs. 4)Hatrage & Fear, theft, corruption - Zanzibari before Mavamizi were living in heavens brotherhood was the culture. Zanzibari were not knowing Hatrage and fear prevail as a result of what Mavamizi brought. Many other calamaities beyond all comparison you name them, Karume formula(Alayhi LAANA where he is lying now) and his people. Mass graves were not the dreams of Zanzibaris. Because Karume and his fellows were not Zanzibaris they were not having sympathy to the people they wanted to fullfill their animalic desire, they were good Dhameer to Zanzibaris. They have indicted to poor Zanzibari the ill fate. You deny this, but your intelligence is not will you. I break tears when visited my home land with all the good momories. But what supprise you get people like these who talk about Arabism and they say the are Muslims. Let me ask them it is true Arabs ruled Zazibar but they brought to you Islam, manners, culture and prosperity, love and peace etc. What Karume Okello and Nyeree brought to you all the evils and you still open you mouth, feel ashamed even Shaitan will laugh you. Feel ashamed to talk about Arabs, Are you satisfied with the condition of Zanzibar now if you geniune Zanzibari. Because of lack of Shukran to ALLA. you prefer Dhulma and see mass grave is good solution, therefor you will never come up. You have tried and you saw and you will continue to see, because this is not from Karume or Nyerere is from ALLA the Almight.
LOVE YOUR SITE. AM A MUSLIM FROM ZAIRE. MOHAMMEDfirstname.lastname@example.org
It is a great website wereby you can obtain much infomation about Zanzibar Island and History.Thanks from UK email@example.com
Great site. I was in Zanzibar in October 1999 and found it the ultimate highlight of my African safari, amazingly friendly people, laid back lifestyle and the history of the island and Stone Town fascinating. You should be extremely proud of your beautiful country. Regards Graham Patterson Auckland, New Zealand
nice web i have learnde thing that i have never heard them before its intresting i felt happy and sad at the same time because i saw how hard it was during that time and i felt happy to see my country is one among the best place to visit. ZANZIBAR NAIPENDA SANA salamu zote goes to the people of michenzani , kisimmamajongoo, kikwajuni, shangani , mkunazini, mpendae and etc. HUNAINA HAROUB ALI MUHSIN SEATTLE,WASHINGTON
Its an intresting history of zanzibar what i have saw here or read i have been taught yet although iam zanzibarian but iam happy that i know what i didnt know some how its brings me sorrow at the same time its bringing hapiness I PROUD TO BE ZANZIBARIAN . ZANZIBAR NAIPENDA SANA Hunaina Haroub Ali Muhsin Seattle,Washington
Enlighting wesite of Zanz It was great to go through it - Hope to get more info on the photgrapher himself or the web designer Thanks firstname.lastname@example.org
I am reminded of times long gone but still living in most of us and still dreaming of good days. Will Zanzibar return to its 'oasis of peace' fame?
SHUKRAN SANA KWA SITE YAKO, INAVYOONYESHA WEWE NI MZANZIBARI KAMA MIMI.
Thank you for sharing some of the incredible history of a proud country and its people.
Interesting & highly informative, thanks Steve Roberts, London
This is the best web site on Zanzibar. I know there are pleanty more but none is as informative as this one. I as a zanzibari have been able to learn so much more through your website. Keep it up. Duke
Hi, My name is mabel Pooran nee De Souza. I was born in Zanzibar> I married a Trinidadion and am now living in Trinidad, West Indies home of the famous Brian Lara the cricketer and the best carnival in the world!. We lived next door to Tippu Tip house in Shangani. My mother Maggie De Souza worked for the Comm of Police and my Dad Garbiel worked for the Customs. I have very fond memoried of Zanzibar and am very proud to be a Zanzibari. I love your website and recognise a lot of the place ie Jubilee Gardens< Old Fort etc. I would love to visit Zanzibar with my family. Asante saana Mabel
MY NAME IS TAWHEED ELIAS I WAS BORN IN TANZANIA DAR ES SALLAM I USE TO TRAVEL TO ZANZIBAR ZANZIBAR IS THE BEST ISLAND ANYONE WHO MADE THIS SITE REMINDS ME OF MY SWEET COUNTRY ZANZIBAR. THANK YOU TAWHEED ELIAS
you need some more info about where this info came from and who put this up!!! But thanks anyway! love ya buh-byez! Anastacia
An informative site. I was fortunate to have spent 1961 and 1962 in Zanzibar, a land of peace and happiness. I lived at the Zanzibar Hotel for a time, then in an apartment near Mulu Brothers on Main street. I was a Field Engineer with Bendix, building and then operating the Satellite Tracking Station. Memories of Zanzibar, oh yes, good ones. Pictures of palm trees, beaches, Old Town, the colorful dress.....and always the kindness of the people. I feel very lucky to have had the opportunity live on the Spice Island. I hope that the friends I left behind are well. Sincerely Lee Ranne
Kwakweli site yako ni nzuri sana na imekuwa ni yenye kuvutia watu wengi sanaa mmoja wapo nikiwa mimi ,Lakini pia naomba unijuulishe vipi khassa unaweza kunifahamisha mtu anatengeneza gest book kwani mimi sijui nimeshatengeneza site yangu lakini nimeshindwa kutengeneza gest book kwahio naomba kwa hili uniseidie ahsante
Dear webmaster and dear visitors , Congrats for this complete place, the technical job is successfull, the investigation depicted here is invaluable and the time of honorable visitors grown up this site. I enjoyed reading information of everylinks, I like remembering my travel to Zanzibar. Best Regards. Rafael Figueroa from Mexico. email@example.com
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Oh! Dear dear I wrote my comments in Kiswahili, I think as I was reading about Zanzibar, I was total taken and I was in Zanzibar mentally. I said this is a well designed website and give some interesting news about Zanzibar. It also show the relationship between Zanzibar and the designer. Walid
Assalam alaykum Katika websit ambazo zinaendeshwa ama niseme kuwa zipo chini ya Wanzibari basi hii ni katika website moja nzuri sana na ambayo inastahili kusifiwa. habari zilizopo katika site hii ni nzuri nazo zinatoa alama ya webdesigner ni nani na alikuwa na uhusiano gani na Zanzibar. Walid
HI Guess who this is??...... This is the Aunt who loves you most!!.....I dont hear from you but I think of you often! This is a great website! but doesn't include the fine doctors they had who treated blistering sunburn.
thank you for showing us many historical events. mohamed
please let me know where www.fromzanzibar.com is! Why is it not working? Raoul is my name - firstname.lastname@example.org tchao
hi,i just found out my g. grandmother was zanzibarian and born in zanzibar ,so this was very very intresting,thank you for your efforts. does anyone know where i can find out more abour zanzibars history?.
This website is indeed rich of great history of Zanzibar and its connection & influence on the East African coast particularly Tanganyika. For, it makes me remember the role played by my great grandfather Mwinyi Chamosi bin Matumula, a Bagamoyo Swahili trader, explorer, adventurer, and linguist who used to liase trade journeys from Zanzibar via Bagamoyo to the hinterland (Tanganyika & Congo). Keep it up! Khamis Shaban Mwinyimbegu. Email: email@example.com
JAMBBO, I think the site is fantastic. It brought tears of memory. I wish I had been with you on your last two trips and could go along on the next one. Loads of love and Kawheurie.
Well done ndugu Barghash we need more photos--I was born and raised in Zanzibar--I saw and experienced Zanzibar revolution--we were the target but I hid myself Diamond Dhalla e-mail--DDHALLA@JUNO.COM
this is a great site. I love Zanzibar. I have never been there but on pictures it's so beautiful and you can just dream abuot the place. I'm also very happen because many in Zanzibar is muslims. And that is the best thing I think. We have to spread Gods words all over the world. I just LOVE zanzibar, maybe I will move to zanzibar once and be there forever inshallah. Salam.
A good and brilliantly designed website. I am particularly impressed with the page o maas graves, as I never thought at least such photos and scenes of the Revolution do exist. Keep it up. Abdurahman Muhammed.
Great site! full of historical reference - i cant wait to visit your island!
This page has a lot of information. My daughter was doing a report on Zanzibar for school and we found a lot of her facts here. Thank You! Gina Semke
this was a very informational web page
CONGRATULATION FOR GOOD WORK YOU DONE ABOUT THIS WEB. AS A ZANZIBARIAN, I AM PROUD OF IT,TO MENTION THE TRUTH FEW NUMBER OF ZANZIBARI LIKE THE UNION,LET ONE DAY THE GOVERNMENT MAKE A FAIR VOTE ON THIS THEY WILL PROOF
What an excellent work,my name is Ahmed Ali Rashid,born in Zanzibar,my grandfather Rashid Ali Al-Kahify was a reprensentative for the Hizbu or ZNP party, for Konde Pemba (1957 to 60's).I came across this web page via msn.Believe me everyone was impressed by your work. Ahmed Rashid firstname.lastname@example.org. Toronto,Canada.
very good website, well done. Issa AlHarthy
BLACK BRITON CALLING PEMBA UNGUJU 12 jan 2002 As a member of the British 'Royal African Society' the only valuable content on this biased site are the photos of the great man Field Marshall John okello never again will Africans indigenous, muslim or christian tolerate a racist Arab regime or their pathtetic 'arabized'African cronies. Why arent NGOs or your site speaking up for the Human Rights of non- arabized muslims, Christians, Traditional Belivers, and mainlanders resident in Pemba-Unguju (zanzibar). The CUF and their far right 'Westminster Foundation' backers have only one agenda: to partiton as many African nations as posible aka DR Congo. Their are no Human rights in the eyes of the CUF(Arab dominated party) if you happen to be a women, Christian, Traditional Beliver, "mainlander" or a non arab muslim. All power to African's Human rights and cultural identy in the comoros, mauritius (R.I.P kaya),Reunion,Bantu Somalia,Madagasgar all the way down to snow covered Marion island (STH Africa)and the far flung reaches of the Chagos islands! email@example.com
Nimefurahi sana kusoma huu ukurasa. Pole sana kwa kazi ambayo imetupatia ufunguo ambao utasaidia ulimwengu mzima. Nakutakia kila la kheri. Polly
well done for your wonderful site I wos born in zanzibar but i'm out of zanzibar for couple of years. just today I come a across with this site . I had learn zanzibar history more than when I wos in zanzibar especially about mass grave and revolution. I think zanzibar will never be same again . the only thing for all zanzibaries frojm diference part of the world to become ones inorder to rescue our beloved country . Zanzibar I will never leave you alone. for any one what to share with me aboutzanzibar my e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
This to my family that die january 12 1964 I love you and my heart to you that now we have freedom the best gift for me to you is my prayer much love to all other that die that day
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