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There are some editions of the political newsletter on this website. I re-edited this page 12 years later to include some updates here about moving many of the political pages from the Ezine Act's Network to a political website with a political theme focused on the Horn of Africa.
Through the emails sent to the Ezine Act's list, subscribers know the development at the entire of Khalid Osman's Network. So, this preamble is somewhat necessary for other visitors to note that one of the Ezine Act Newsletters has been changed to the HOA Political Scene Newsletter to be the voice of the political website.
It is a worthy note also to mentioned the history of this newsletter, as it has been started not on the Ezine Act, Politics, Business and Love, but at a website I had before called child's book publishing ezine. It was the first site I started at the beginning of the 21st century.
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The main issues on the Ezine Act 51 are about the crimes committed by the religious military regime in Sudan to explain that dictatorship crimes are not ethnical cleansing, especially in an environment such as Sudan, where most of the people are black.
Even those who are Arabs, are not white. Interestingly, they are called "slaves" even in many Arabian countries. Tragicomically, at this comparison, Arabs are also called black, when they travel to the white world.
African children, whether they are in Darfur, or in any other state in the Horn of Africa are the most vulnerable humans to such criminal acts of some of the wretched dictators in our world today… Dictators, whom Hitler would be ashamed of, if he had lived to see what they are doing.
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We have changed the (Guest Dewy Corner) and from now forth you're going to read news and some issues (Behind the Misery Margin).
We think this is good to follow up news in other miserable parts of this world. You'll be able to see behind the misery margins and know something about those dictators who are ruling their people by iron and fire.
The news tell us something like this: Sudan's Arab-dominated government has been accused of supporting the Janjawid in a campaign to cleanse the region of black Africans, a charge it denies.
We strongly respond to such claims and say that's not true. What happens in Sudan currently and what had happened almost in all of its modern history was that the civil sectarian and the military dictatorship took over poor to cause wars, economical crisis, health and cultural deterioration.
The military dictatorship has created an Islamic Militia even from the black (and in fact we're all black as Sudanese) to wage wars against those revolted areas on the South and the west of Sudan.
Those areas are still revolting as a result of the marginal regions' policy implemented by all of the civil sectarian and military dictatorship in Sudan and they all have conducted severe human rights abuse.
This regional marginal policy is severely hitting the north of Sudan as well. So, any classification to the problem as a result of ethnical matter is not correct, or why should those who are claimed to be Arabs in the north be vulnerable to such conducts?
See some relevant pages I have published couple of months after this issue and then came here to reedit it and supply it by this paragraph at About Darfur, Darfur Crisis, Darfur Rebels, Fur and Save Darfur Coalition.
Let's call to submit all of those dictators and rebel's leaders to the International Criminal Court ICC!
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Please use any methods to support the Ezine Act 51 in this issue. Go to Amnesty International and even to the International Criminal Court and submit your support to the Sudanese people against those terrorists.
Yours in Peace,,Love and Global Prosperity.
Ezine Act 51
Publisher and Senior Editor
Khalid Osman is a webmaster. He was a teacher and a journalist for more than 30 years. He wrought in Sudan, Iraq, Kuwait and Eritrea. He was a freelancer and he contributed to many newspapers and magazines published in London, Paris, Cyprus, Amman and Beirut. He's an activist in regard to the Environment, Press, Education, Trade Unions, Human rights, Children and Women (gender issues).
* The U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell called after a meeting on Tuesday with Sudan's president in Khartoum, for immediate action to secure the country's western Darfur region.
The fighting between the Janjawid militia, created by the religious dictators and rebel groups has displaced more than 1 million people and killed up to 30,000.
Powell reportedly urged President Omar al-Bashir to end the militia attacks, provide full humanitarian access, relaunch political talks with the rebels and allow more international monitors into the region.
Just imagine this tragicomedy and remember how the USA assisted the religious parties during the 1940s to stand the growing power of the communist parties in the Middle East and Africa. And now they are negotiating with them, instead of smashing them.
The only thing I can see is the capital interests between them.
* The U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annan encouraged the Sudanese government last Thursday to work for stability. Annan said he wants to see progress within two days to stop fighting in the western Darfur region.
Annan, paying attention to the camera, while talking to displaced Sudanese at a camp in the western Darfur region.
Annan told Sudanese Cabinet ministers in Khartoum, "I think we all have a responsibility to act urgently to deal with the situation in Darfur."
"We have worked together for a long time, and I hope this time we are going to take such measures that we don't have people in camps for years to come," he said. "I think we should be able to make some real progress in the next 24 to 48 hours."
Annan also met with U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell in the Sudanese capital, the same day the United States began circulating a draft U.N. Security Council resolution to impose an arms embargo and travel ban on Arab Janjawid militias blamed for attacks on African villagers in Darfur.
* 10,000 people are likely to die in the next month due to deterioration on peace and human situations unless a massive humanitarian efforts with military backing is launched, said World Health Organization`s top expert on emergencies, David Nabarro.
Read more at: http://www.unwire.org
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Yours in Peace,,Love and Global Prosperity
Khalid Osman, Ezine Act 51 Senior Publisher.
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