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    Nigeria refuses to arrest Sudanese President

    On July 15, Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashir became a target of vicious Zionist campaign during the two-day Special Summit of African Union (AU) on HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, with the theme: “Ownership, Accountability and Sustainability of HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria...
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    ICC refuses to investigate Vatican officials

    The International Criminal Court (ICC) has turned down a request from victims of clergy sexual abuse to investigate Vatican officials and their responsibility for the abuse of children by Catholic priests around the world. In a two-page letter dated May 31, the court told the New York-based...
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    Kerry’s message to Kenya misses President-elect’s name!

    Ahmed Isaac Hassan, Chairman Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission ( IEBC), declares Uhuru Kenyatta duly elected President of Kenya after he garnered 50.07 per cent of votes cast. Yesterday, John Kerry, US secretary of state, sent a message congratulating Kenyans for voting peacefully...
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    Important! American War Criminals Can Now Be Prosecuted! US Rejoins ICC!

    by Gordon Duff, Senior Editor In a surprise move, President Obama signed an executive order rejoining the International Criminal Court, an organization established originally by the United State to enforce international law and punish war criminals. The US left the court under Bush in...
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    Sudanese President calls SPLM leaders ‘insects’

    Sudan’s President Omer Al-Bashir youth gathering in Khartoum on Wednesday – called the leaders of South Sudan “insects” while accusing South Sudan’s ruling party, the SPLM, of seeking to execute anti-Muslim agenda on behalf of the western imperial powers. Omar pleged to liberate South Sudan from...
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    Global March to Jerusalem 2012

    On Friday, tens of thousands of Jewish, Christian and Muslim protesters will join the Global March to Jerusalem, which coincides with the ‘Land Day’ the annual day to commemorate six Israeli Arabs who died while 100 others injured in 1976 while protesting over what they claimed were Israeli...
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    International Israeli Apartheid Week 2012

    The 8th annual International Israeli Apartheid Week 2012 is scheduled to be held in over 40 cities around the world between February-March 2012. As part of the coming event, Boycott, Disvestment and Sanctions (BDS) has launched a new video, entitled ‘Israeli Apartheid Week: Call it as it is’...
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    Libya – Qaddafi loyalists return

    West’s bad dreams in Libya has started shaping-up. Last week, western-client rebel government of National Transitional Council (NTC) No.2 man, Abdel Hafiz Ghoga, was forced to resign as result of protests by members of various armed gangs working for NATO in the past. Abdel Hafiz Ghoga was...
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    Sudanese President visits Libya; Zionists fret

    On January 7, 2012 – Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir paid a surprise visit to post-Qaddafi Libya. He was received at Tripoli airport by Mustafa Abdel Jalil, the head of western-funded National Transition Council (NTC) and other members of the interin government. Bashir, who never had good...
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    Israel: ‘Hizbullah to kill top Israeli Generals’

    On December 22, 2011 – Israeli daily Jerusalem Post had reported that with the fourth anniversary of the martyrdom of Hizbullah commander, Imad Mughniyeh, approaching – Israel Occupation Force (IOF) has beefed-up security around former IOF chief Lt. Gen. Gabi Ashkenazi and former Mossad chief...
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    Kissinger calls fellow Jews ‘bastards’

    On November 18, 2011 – Israeli daily Haaretz claimed that former US secretary of state, Henry Kissinger, had called his fellow Jews as “self-serving bastards“. Former US Secretary of State (1973-77), Henry (Heinz) Kissinger, has an interesting history of relation with Israel and the Jewish...
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    Libya after Qaddafi

    The UN Security Council has given ‘fatwa’ that NATO’s ‘no-fly zone’ over Libya be lifted as the western invaders have declared ‘Mission Accomplished’. The morally sickos like US Secretary of State, Israel-Firster Hillary Clinton, showed her pleasure at the ‘cowboy-style’ lynching of Muammar...
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    Libya and Western myth of ‘Islamists’

    In the West, Holocaust and anti-Semitism labels are applied to silence criticism of Israel, Jews and Zionism. On the other hand, the term ‘Islamist’ is applied to a Muslim who challenges the western crimes in the Muslim world or demands equal rights as religious minority in the non-Muslim world...
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    Palestinian statehood and Western dilemma

    Listening to world leaders at the 66th UN General Assembly session did expose the double standards of the leaders of those countries which pleaded UN General Assembly in 1947 – for the rights of European Jews to have a homeland on 54% of Palestine. The Jews made only one-third of country’s...
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    Sudan and the ‘War Criminals’

    Professor Mahmood Mamdani (Makerere University, Uganda) in an article published in Pambazuka News has claimed that Sudanese President Omer al-Bashir agreed to South Sudan’s January 2011 independence referendum to save Sudanese both in North and South from America’s so-called ‘humanitarian...
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    Richard Falk, Cartoon and the Lobby

    Richard Falk has removed the controversial cartoon from his personal blog. The cartoon was not anti-Christ or anti-Islam which are considered kosher as part of ‘freedom of speech’ in the West. The cartoon, in fact, depicted a dog wearing a shirt labeled “USA” and a yarmulke marked with a Star of...
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    Obama blesses break-up of Sudan

    Barack Obama who had threatened Mahmoud Abbas that Washington will veto the unilateral declaration of an independent Palestinian State in September – was the first world leader to recognize the break-away South Sudan as world’s newest state. “I am proud to declare that the United States...
  18. Unhypnotized

    King George III Won: Happy Fourth of July!

    David Sampson Activist Post July 4, 2011 The Declaration of Independence is best remembered as a declaration of war, a war declared on the grounds that we wanted our own flag. The sheer stupidity and anachronism of the idea serves to discourage any thoughts about why Canada didn’t need a bloody...
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    Sudan: ‘America’s new war for Israel’

    On March 2, 2007 – retired US General Wesley Clark had told Amy Goodman (Democracy Now!) that a 2003 Pentagon memo revealed that Washington had drawn-up a plan to invade seven Muslim countries, Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and finally Iran. (Watch a video below). Several American...
  20. Unhypnotized

    Libyan leaders may face UN arrest warrants for war crimes

    Ian Black and*Jill Treanor London Guardian May 4, 2011 Senior Libyan officials face international arrest warrants for crimes against humanity, the United Nations security council will be told today. Luis Moreno-Ocampo, chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, is to brief the...
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