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I want to thank the organizers of this conference, The Perils of Global Intolerance. It is a great honor for me and it is a privilege really to be among today’s distinguished speakers. I came here as a friend of the State of Israel and the Jewish people. I came to protest this Durban conference which is based on a set of lies.
It is organized by nations who are themselves are guilty of the worst kinds of oppression. It will not help the victims of racism. It will only isolate and target the Jewish state. It is a tool of the enemies of Israel. The UN has itself become a tool against Israel. For over 50 years, 82 percent of the UN General Assembly emergency meetings have been about condemning one state — Israel.
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Under Muslim rule, Christians paid special taxes and had lower access to political power, but were exempt from military service. Their position improved dramatically under the rule of Muhammad Ali in the early 19th century. He abolished the Jizya a tax on non-Muslims and allowed Egyptians Copts to enroll in the army. Pope Cyril IV , —61, reformed the church and encouraged broader Coptic participation in Egyptian affairs. Khedive Isma’il Pasha , in power —79, further promoted the Copts.
He appointed them judges to Egyptian courts and awarded them political rights and representation in government. They flourished in business affairs. Two significant cultural achievements include the founding of the Coptic Museum in and the Higher Institute of Coptic Studies in Nasser ‘s mainstream policy was pan-Arab nationalism and socialism. The Copts were severely affected by Nasser’s nationalization policies, though they represented about 10 to 20 percent of the population. Pharaonism Many Coptic intellectuals hold to Pharaonism , which states that Coptic culture is largely derived from pre-Christian, Pharaonic culture, and is not indebted to Greece.
It gives the Copts a claim to a deep heritage in Egyptian history and culture.
Wednesday, December 19, Let’s talk about marriage Marriage is everyone’s favourite topic in Sudan, followed closely by food, football and WWE. Yes, you read right Much like the flamboyant displays of wrestling prowess, Sudanese weddings are also a spectacle to behold. Bound by a fascinating series of rituals and unique traditions, weddings are a central element of life here and unsurprisingly one’s marital status is the first line of enquiry whenever meeting someone for the first time.
Usually you’re barely past the shaking hands stage before someone fires that blunt, inescapable question: One colleague told me that although he already had two wives, they displeased him and were too lazy to help him tend to his henna bushes.
Sudanese security forces confiscated only a small quantity, but they placed Osman Saleh Sebbe and others under arrest.
Blog home Death penalty statistics, country by country After the execution of Kim Jong-un’s uncle, the brutality of North Korea’s regime has once again come under the international spotlight. In a broader context, is the attention warranted? Click image to enlarge Once a key figure in the North Korean regime, Jang Song-thaek, the uncle of supreme leader Kim Jong-un, has been executed according to an announcement from state media.
The former protector of the country’s elite joins other individuals to have been executed between and according to Amnesty International figures. The decision comes in the same week that two men were hanged in Japan , sparking renewed controversy about the country’s ‘secret’ executions. On Tuesday, a Bangladeshi supreme court postponed the execution of an opposition leader in order to review the case. Japan and Bangladesh are each estimated to have executed 33 and 28 individuals respectively in the five years to Despite more countries abolishing the death penalty, its practice remains commonplace.
China , together with Iran , North Korea , Yemen and the US the only G7 country to still execute people carried out the most executions last year. Excluding China, the report says:
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Surgeons performed a laparotomy, where surgeons cut open his abdomen to have a better look at his internal organs, to remove the ballpoint pen. Welsh surgeons published what is believed to be the first case in English literature of a double perforation of the duodenum – the smallest part of the small intestine Psychiatrists thoroughly reviewed the patient, who was a heavy smoker and drinker, before the hospital discharged him back into the community.
The new case follows that of a similar incident published in the same journal in May, when a Syrian refugee swallowed his entire life-savings. Dutch doctors found the stash of money after he presented himself with symptoms of intense stomach pain, nausea and vomiting. Despite being submerged in stomach acid, surgeons found the notes were all still intact and considered in a good condition. Figures estimate around four million people have been forced to flee their homes since the devastating conflict began in
The UN refuses to tell the world the truth about the real causes of Sudan’s conflicts.
Ancient rock paintings , which date back years, have been found in the northern part of Somalia. These engravings depict early life in the territory. It contains some of the earliest known rock art on the African continent and features many elaborate pastoralist sketches of animal and human figures. In other places, such as the northwestern Dhambalin region, a depiction of a man on a horse is postulated as being one of the earliest known examples of a mounted huntsman.
In antiquity , the ancestors of the Somali people were an important link in the Horn of Africa connecting the region’s commerce with the rest of the ancient world. Somali sailors and merchants were the main suppliers of frankincense , myrrh and spices , items which were considered valuable luxuries by the Ancient Egyptians , Phoenicians , Mycenaeans and Babylonians. The pyramidal structures , temples and ancient houses of dressed stone littered around Somalia are said to date from this period.
They were reputed for their longevity and wealth, and were said to be the “tallest and handsomest of all men”.
Monday 6 December Bearded, taciturn figures – unarmed, but never more than a few yards from the man who recruited them, trained them and then dispatched them to destroy the Soviet army – they watched unsmiling as the Sudanese villagers of Almatig lined up to thank the Saudi businessman who is about to complete the highway linking their homes to Khartoum for the first time in history. With his high cheekbones, narrow eyes and long brown robe, Mr Bin Laden looks every inch the mountain warrior of mujahedin legend.
Chadored children danced in front of him, preachers acknowledged his wisdom.
Meanwhile, as Lord Alton says, Christians in Sudan continue to pay the price for their faith.
Kryzstof Grzymski , about 70 miles south of Dongola along the Nile valley in North Sudan, has uncovered hundreds of Paleolithic axes dating to 70, years ago. Rock picture of a Rhnoceros. Ancient Kingdoms of the Nile. It is not clear how the environment in Sudan had evolved in such distant times. Yet, probably between 50, and 25, years ago, the hand axes had vanished, and were replaced by new types of chipped stone tools. These new stone implements varied from one place to the other suggesting the presence of competing communities and tribal groups.
Female Figurine from el-Kadada. There, forensic anthropology helped unravel how deceased individuals were killed. The killing methods suggest the use of varied stone tools and weapons. In , the American Anthropologist Fred Wendorf has accidentally discovered one of the most important pre-historic sites in the Nile valley. Using artefacts and mound structures, Wendorf and his team have dated the site to as far back as 11, , years ago.
The artefacts indicate that the Nabta inhabitants built houses, dug wells, and manufactured items including stone tools, weapons and pottery. Evidence suggests that the Nabta community has adopted a complex and a centralized culture.
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There are currently thousands of Sudanese soldiers fighting Saudi’s war in Yemen , of whom have been killed. Since , the Sudanese air force has conducted a campaign of aerial bombardment in South Kordofan and Blue Nile states, where the majority of the Sudanese population is Christian or animist, and black African. Mother of Mercy Hospital has been targeted several times , as have Christian-supported schools and clinics.
The regime has sealed off much of the area to prevent humanitarian aid or international observers entering. The government’s strategy of repeatedly bombing fields and markets has deterred farmers from planting or harvesting crops, leading to widespread food shortages. Moreover, the regime has designated 25 churches for demolition, decreeing that there will be no further church-building permitted.
But for male rape survivors like Stephen, life there can be tough.
Rose, the black and white goat, became an internet phenomenon after her owner discovered the man, Charles Tombe, copulating with the animal in February last year. They also named the goat Rose. Mr Tombe said he was drunk at the time but has since refused to comment on the issue. Today the BBC reported that Rose had died after apparently choking on a plastic bag she swallowed while eating scraps on the streets of Juba.
The kid is owned by Mr Tombe. The BBC said that even after more than a year – the story was first reported in February – it was still being picked up by various web forums and emailed across the globe.
Rape ‘used as torture’ in prisons The rape took place when men attacked Stephen’s home in Beni, a city in north-eastern DR Congo. Three men raped me, and they said: He was taken to see a doctor treating survivors of sexual violence, where he was the only man in the ward. I was in a land I didn’t belong to, having to explain to the doctor how it happened. That was my fear. But they’re far from being the only ones.
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Messenger Recent criminal incidents in Melbourne involving young people of African heritage have enabled the media and politicians such as Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton to again capitalise on the opportunity to demonise those of African descent in Australia. This has become a common occurrence, traceable back at least to the media reporting of the murder of South Sudanese Melburnian Liep Gony in Reporting after the murder of Daniel Thongjang Awak in Adelaide suggested that his death was tribal and gang-related , despite no evidence to prove this.
A degree doesn’t count for South Sudanese job seekers After the murder of Alex Ngong Akol in Adelaide in , his alleged criminality was used in an attempt to justify his murder and the Sudanese community was likened to grieving chimpanzees. Clarifications were later given from those including Victorian Police Assistant Commissioner Stephen Leane suggesting that they were not a gang , but a culturally diverse group of youth connected through social media.
Child soldiers or Aussies Media and political discourse about South Sudanese and African-heritage young people positions them with deficits. It depicts them as having experiences of trauma and war or as child soldiers, and having low levels of literacy and education. This line of thought holds that this results in their supposed inability to integrate into Australian society and their predisposition to violence and criminality. Almost none of the young people currently accused of criminal behaviour are in the age-bracket to have been born or lived in Sudan.
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Tuesday 23 February US officials confirmed that bounties had been paid. Among those wrongly detained was Sami al-Haj, is a Sudanese journalist who was captured on his first assignment for Al Jazeera. Abuse Although it was claimed the prisoners were being kept in humane conditions, within the first two year it was revealed that inmates were subjected to Abu Ghraib-style torture and sexual humiliation in which they were stripped naked, forced to sodomise one another and taunted by naked female American soldiers, Several dozen prisoners sought to take their own lives.
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Omer Gaafar ElSouri Introduction by the translator: This article is a detailed story of a book which, in its time, influenced the Eritrean National Movement in a deep negative way and caused schisms which kept developing, morphing and clustering until today. It details the story and the circumstances that led to the appearance of the book and the reactions which followed its publication. It is the history which until now stood overlooked and neglected by History.
Eritreans are not known for the love of reading books. Nevertheless, the Eritrean National Movement have, ironically, fallen, at a time in its history, victim to two contaminant books and got infected and negatively affected to the core thereby. The two books, published early at the beginnings of the Eritrean Armed Struggle, succeeded in driving a series of wedges between the components of the movement, and perpetuated discord and fragmentation among them.
The material and the contents of these two coordinated books were based upon identical false claims aiming at the stirring of sectarian suspicions and affecting confessional feuds. The effects of these evil works are still echoing in the Eritrean collective memory with reverberations working havoc to this day. The two books, displayed the same aim and spirit in spite of their difference in language and style.
It is impossible for one who reads and compares the two books to escape concluding that one is, definitely, a re-arrangement, rephrasing and compression of the other. This work appeared for the first time in but was again published in several Sudanese websites and Arabic speaking Eritrean websites in May of with a word from the author by way of introduction. The posting of this article in Awate. Perhaps, the usefulness of reading this article is in its suggestion to the new Eritrean readers of asking themselves a question their predecessors and brothers avoided asking long time ago, at the distribution of the two venomous books: