Thursday, August 25, 2011

Arab Sudan and African South Sudan Nasa Map

Congress lavished 29 standing ovations on Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu May 2011

Back in May, Congress lavished 29 standing ovations on Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in a resounding demonstration of solidarity just days after a very public clash between the Israeli leader and President Obama.

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There’s been a follow-up act this month: a record delegation of 81 US representatives to Israel. The virtual airlift of more than a fifth of the House, funded by affiliates of America's powerful Israeli lobby, is seen as a circling of the wagons just weeks before an expected Palestinian statehood vote at the United Nations.

With Israel facing the potential of increased isolation from the UN move, the congressional show of force sends a clear message to the White House to stand by the Jewish state. It also sends a warning to Palestinian officials that Congress will cut off hundreds of millions in annual aid if they follow through with plans for a unilateral declaration of statehood backed by the UN, analysts say.

The Culture of Killing is Repugnant Seeking the Head of Libya Moammar El-Kadhafi

Human life should be worth something but killing for revenge cheapens all of us and humanity. Killing of Moammar El-Kadhafi is repulsing even he had caused the death of thousands.
People should elevate themselves to higher pedestal where killing does not because of celebration and rejoice.

The End Story of Libya Muoamar El-Kadhafi and His Political Theories Challenging that of the West

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End Story Libya Muoamar El-Kadhafi Political Theories Challenge West

Morocco King Muhammad the Sixth Persecution, Jailing and Arresting of so Called Islamists Can Badly Fire Back on Him

King Muhammad VI, who has a PhD in law from a French university, is a billionaire with a $2.5 billion fortune, while there are over 5 million people living on one dollar a day in his country. The percentage of people who are illiterate in Morocco is 38.5%, 5 million of a population of 30 million live at the lowest level of poverty.

Morocco's King Mohammed VI flanked by his son Moulay El Hassan (l.) and his brother Prince Moulay Rachid listens to the national anthem after he delivered a speech to the nation, Wednesday, March, 9, at the king's Palace in Rabat. Morocco's king announced constitutional changes in a rare speech, aimed at consolidating democracy.
Drawing parallels between Hosney Mubarak mass arrest and butchering of so called Islamists and like Muammar El-Kadhafi of Libya persecution of Islamists both of them hurried to their down fall.
Same King Muhammad the Sixth savage mass arrest and persecution can lead to the down fall of the Alliwite dynasty after more than 300 years.
This blind butchering of Islamists in Morocco can not last. The religious element is strong and can not be stopped by jailing and imprisonment of thousands like in Morocco.
King Muhammad the sixth of Morocoo should reverse this foolish policy of tarring the Islamists. He should let them have their rightful freedoms and all religious rights instead of arresting and jailing them.

Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Libya Now What is Next? After Moaamar El-Kadhafi is Gone? the Sober Reality

Libya Next After Moaamar El-Kadhafi Gone Sober

The Battle of Tripoli Libya and the Fall of Muaamar El-Kadhafi

The U.S. officials, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said Washington was encouraging rebel leaders to establish some level of "presence and authority" in the capital as soon as possible, saying the top priorities were to capture or kill Gadhafi and to establish the transitional council's authority.

The War of Cattle in the country of Southern Sudan between the Tribes of Murle and Nuer

At least 600 people have reportedly died and unconfirmed reports indicate almost 1,000 others were wounded during clashes between the Murle and Lou Nuer communities in Jonglei, the UN Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) said in a press release.

The attacks have followed large-scale cattle raids – a persistent problem in South Sudan – by members of the two groups which have led to the theft of between 26,000 and 30,000 cattle.

Two months after cattle raiders stole his entire herd, Nyati Kelabo stalks around this desolate river town, sleeping under a tree, begging for food and worrying constantly about how he will feed his five children and two wives.

South Sudan became the world's newest country in July, amid high hopes that it would leave its violent past behind. A 2005 peace deal with the north ended a civil war and paved the way for January's independence referendum.

But the new country is already reeling from internal violence — often in the form of massive cattle raids — that is devastating communities in the vast swamplands of its eastern region.

In this Wednesday, July 13, 2011 photo, wearing a filthy polo shirt, ratty sandals made from old tires, and a distant, pained expression, Nyati Kelabo sits in the muddy black dirt under a tree where he said he had been sleeping since arriving in Pibor after escaping the raiding in his village, a day's walk from Pibor, South Sudan.

Geographic Map of Kovkaz Detailed

Southern Russia Federation Power-Keg.

So Much Hatred to Moammar Kadhafi in Libya Why He Does Not Understand that?

Stubborn Moammar El-Kadhafi of Libya Does not want to Go Away

TRIPOLI - A beleaguered Moammar Khadafy vowed on Wednesday to fight on to death or victory after rebels forced him to abandon his Tripoli stronghold in what appeared to be a decisive blow against the Libyan leader's 42-year rule.

Gleeful rebels ransacked Khadafy's Bab al-Aziziya bastion, seizing weapons and smashing symbols of a government whose demise will transform Libya and send a warning to other Arab autocrats facing popular uprisings.

Khadafy said his withdrawal from his headquarters in the heart of the capital was a tactical move after it had been hit by 64 NATO air strikes and he vowed "martyrdom" or victory in his fight against the alliance.

Friday, August 19, 2011

Barack Obama Exhausted Patience Bashar Assad of Syria Must Go. Resign?

Oh my Heart
In a statement released by the White House, Obama said Assad had lost all credibility as a leader and had to go.

"His calls for dialogue and reform have rung hollow while he is imprisoning, torturing and slaughtering his own people," Obama said. "We have consistently said that President Assad must lead a democratic transition or get out of the way. He has not led. For the sake of the Syrian people, the time has come for President Assad to step aside."

British Prime Minister David Cameron, French President Nicolas Sarkozy and German Chancellor Angela Merkel issued a joint statement saying that Assad should "leave power in the greater interests of Syria and the unity of his people." European Union foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton and Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper also joined the chorus of condemnation.

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Thursday, August 18, 2011

Niger Africa Gurara Waterfalls

Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Niger and Guinea Recognizes Kosovo, Next Southern Sudan. Garbage Egypt and Rest of Arab Countries When?

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Merci Beaucoup!!!!!!


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Merci Beaucoup!!!!!!


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Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Monday, August 15, 2011

Pakistan New Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar Making Splash

Pakistan's Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar underlined her country's commitment for "friendly, cooperative and good" neighbourly relations with India as she met Prime Minister Manmohan Singh in New Delhi and handed over an invitation to him from Yousuf Raza Gilani.

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Fundamentalist Secular Assad Orders Syrian Navy Ships to Bombard Port City of Latakia

The crimes of seculars such as Bashar Assad are unprecedented. Although some tout secularism as navirna in real life it is hell.

In yet another escalation of its crackdown on dissent, the Syrian government unleashed navy vessels, tanks and a mix of soldiers, security forces and paramilitary fighters against the port city of Latakia on Sunday, killing at least 25 people, including three children, activists and residents said.

President Obama spoke in recent days with Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey, King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia and Prime Minister David Cameron of Britain. Each declared the necessity for Syria to stop killing protesters, who so far have remained largely peaceful, but none of the leaders has yet demanded that Mr. Assad step down. Shame on them.

Saturday, August 13, 2011