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 Response in Africa: Past, Present and the Future” in Abuja, Nigeria.
Omar al-Bashir received a full guard of honor on his arrival at the Abuja International Airport on Sunday and was received by Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan.
Sudanese president was in Nigeria as guest of the African Union Chairman Heilemariam Desalegn.
Nigerian branches of Geneva-based UN Watch, headed by Hillel C. Neuer (Jewish) and US-based Human Rights Watch (HRW), headed by Kenneth Roth (Jewish) filed a suit in the Federal High Court on Monday to try to compel Nigeria’s government to arrest al-Bashir. They also urgentally called upon the Geneva-based International Criminal Court (ICC) to refer Gooluck Jonathan government to the UN Security Council for allowing the visit.
Sudan doesn’t recognize ICC and accuses it a tool of Zionist-controlled powers. while the AU has called on its 53 member states not to cooperate with the Hague-based ICC court.
Leaders from eight other African countries attended the summit which concluded yesterday.
The furor around al-Bashir’s presence totally eclipsed the conference, which was looking for ways to fight communicable diseases like AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria.
In order to avoid further embarrassment to the host country and let the summit concentrate on its original agenda, Omar al-Bashir left Nigeria for home ahead of the completion of the meeting. The pro-Israel media turned it into an “anti-Islamist hot potato” by claiming that Omer fled Nigeria to escape arrest.
On Tuesday, United States embassy said it regrets Nigeria’s decision to welcome an indicted criminal. Former colonizer Britain expressed its “disappointment” on Monday.
The Netherlands-based ICC is a Zionist judical setup, established in 1998 to protect western leaders involved in mass-murders and human rights abuses, like the Americans, British, French and Israelis.
Since ICC ruling against Omar al-Bashir on March 4, 2009, he has visited four US colonies, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Egypt and South Sudan – plus Zimbabwe, Iran, Libya, Chad and several other countries. In 2009, Omar himself could not attend IOC conference in Istanbul (Turkey) due to US-funded insurgency in Southern Sudan and Darfur. He sent, instead, a high-level delegation to the conference. Turkish prime minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan had defended al-Bashir against the ICC allegations. Erdogan who visited Sudan in 2006 and held a meeting with al-Bashir, told reporters: “We could not find evidence of genocide there. It’s not possible that a man who has committed himself to our religion, Islam, commits genocide“.
In 2011, al-Bashir met Iranian spiritual leader Ayatullah Ali Khamenie on the sidelines of NAM conference in Tehran. The Leader praised people of Sudan for their resistance against US-Israel imperialism. Watch a video below.
Mossad and CIA agents have been active in Nigeria for decades to keep Muslim and Christian communities fighting each other. In September 2011, Mossad and CIA were given the job of probing the Nigerian Security Agencies. The probe was to be run by Moshe Ram, former Israeli ambassador to Nigeria. Mossad’s chief operative in Nigeria is Alon Nelken, an Israeli and owner of Megaplaza shopping mall in Victoria Islands, Lagos. The Nigerian underwear Christmas Day bomber was Mossad asset.
On September 18, 2009, Nigerians held Al-Quds Day rallies in support of Palestinian resistance against Jewish occupation of Palestine in several cities – with largest in Zaria. Before the rally, the Nigerian security establishment hatched a plan with the help of US embassy in Abuja and Israelis to bomb the home of Sheikh Ibrahim Yaqub Zakzaky and use Saudi-funded sectarian mullahs’ “fatwas” against holding the rally – as being an Iranian propaganda ploy.
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