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It is important to note this before you read this edition of the Ezine Act 58: We revised those previously published editions of the Ezine Act, including the Ezine Act 58 to include this note about the new published website, which is focused on the Horn of Africa's politics, although you can read few of them on the archives of this website.
We published the new political website at Political Sense Journal and moved many of the pages on the Ezine Acts Political Section to it including this newsletter and renamed it HOA Political Scene Newsletter to be the political voice of the political website.
We publish here instead the Wise Biz Newsletter to cover the business part of this domain at the Ezine Acts Home Business.
I started the Ezine Act at the beginning of the 21st century on a website at child book publishing ezine. When I deleted that website, although it was focused more than the Ezine Act, Politics, Business and Love, I added the newsletter to this website to cover the Ezine Act Political Section.
Now, here is a lesson. Narrow niches are always better than wide concept websites, such as the Ezine Act, Politics, Business and Love. There is no niche in this website. So, I should have kept the child book publishing, as it is a narrow niche.
This is to say, it is always better to begin small to win your niche and then expand when time permits. But, when you expand, you should not expand with wide words like business, love and politics.
Choose only the narrow approach to define the narrow niche and get its terms to build from each of them a content focused website on one topic. Read more at the business section of the Ezine Act 58.
I kept the Wise Biz Newsletter focused on internet home based business and published some issue as Biz Marketing, other Issues as Wise Biz and the Wise Biz Marketing reached 74 editions, I used to send to more than 18000 in the WBM list.
When the website jumped over 1200 pages, I decided to leave it working alone with the massive content it has and concentrate on other narrow niches to build some small businesses from them.
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Ezine Act 58, Saturday, February, 05 2005
"Highlighting the Combination of Politics, Business and Love".
Published and Distributed FREE Monthly By- Khalid Osman's Publishing Institution (KOPI) Copyright© ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
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More than 20 people shot down and more than this number wounded in a demonstration in Port Sudan last week of January.
The military regime forces used firearms and grenades against the people and attacked their homes. The assaults of the military regime forces resulted in some children being wounded too.
They indicate that the American shadow/sponsored peace process is ailing because the Beja people of the Eastern Sudan are marginalized too through the modern Sudanese history because of the policies of the Civil Dictatorship and the Military Dictatorship.
The peace accord with the South and the revolt of the Western Sudan is encouraging the Beja to revolt for their rights to equality.
The American Administration sees the problem of Sudan only from the Southern Sudan problems. It does not understand that the problems of Sudan are of a political and business nature which reflects in the long unrest. That's actually because Sudan does not know a real democracy since the independence of the country.
So, far this is a good reason to say that there's a "politics, business and religion" combination, but not love that makes the crisis worse in Sudan!
And; since it's about this combination we're calling the Sudanese people to take the strong political actions to bring democracy and justice and keep themselves united against the fragmentation policies led by the religious military dictators.
More political actions are needed absolutely to replace this recent miserable dictatorship by the "rule of the people for the people". No South, no North, no West, no East, but one strong united nation.
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Back to your Ezine Act 58, we do have an article about this in the editorial column, "Behind the Misery Margins"!
Ezine Act 58 - Publisher and Senior Editor
Khalid Osman was a journalist and a teacher with more than 30 years experiences. He wrought in Sudan, Iraq, Kuwait and Eritrea. He contributed as freelancer to many newspapers and magazines published in London, Paris, Cyprus, Amman and Beirut (in Arabic). He was an activist in regard to the Environment, Press, Education, Human Rights and Children and Women.
Amnesty International condemned today the excessive use of force by security forces, which left more than 20 people dead and scores wounded, after demonstrations turned violent in Port Sudan over the weekend.
The organization called on the Sudanese government to immediately set up an independent and impartial commission of inquiry into the killings in Port Sudan. Those that used or ordered the use of excessive lethal force should be brought to justice.
"Many of those killed or wounded, including children, were uninvolved in any demonstration and appear to have been wantonly attacked in their homes", said Kolawole Olaniyan, Director of Amnesty International's Africa Program. "Vandalism by demonstrators can never excuse the use of lethal force".
Armed security forces reportedly used live ammunition against a demonstration which had reportedly turned violent on Saturday 29 January.
They then attacked houses outside the area of the demonstrations, reportedly throwing grenades inside the houses and wounding residents, including children.
According to internationally adopted principles, law-enforcement agencies should develop a range of means as broad as possible and apply non-violent means before resorting to the use of force and firearms.
Officials shall only use firearms if other means remain ineffective or without any promise of achieving the intended result.
Firearms may be used against people, after appropriate warnings are given, only to prevent death or serious injury where less extreme means are insufficient. In doing so, law-enforcement officials must respect and preserve life and minimize injury and damage.
"The excessive and indiscriminate use of force in Port Sudan is in contravention of international human rights standards which state that police and security forces may only resort to intentional lethal use of firearms when strictly necessary to protect life.
There has been no suggestion that the lives of the police were in danger from demonstrators armed only with sticks and stones." said Kolawole Olaniyan.
The organization expressed concerns at reports of demonstrations and large scale arrests in Kassala, also in the east of the country.
Before the violent events of last Saturday, a peaceful demonstration had taken place on 26 January in Port Sudan and a list of demands was presented to the Governor of Red Sea State, including a demand for a share in power and equal opportunities for the people of the region.
Many of those demonstrating were said to be from the Beja ethnic group of the eastern Sudan. They gave the governor of Red Sea State 72 hours to respond to the memorandum with the demands.
The demonstrations in Port Sudan protesting against perceived marginalization of eastern Sudan followed the crisis in Darfur where more than 1.65 million people were forcibly displaced and more than 50,000 killed after armed groups protested at the marginalization of sedentary people in western Sudan.
In Port Sudan the protests appear to have been triggered by the Beja group, who live in the arid hills west of the Red Sea.
A Comprehensive Peace Agreement was signed on 9 January 2005, ending the 21-year conflict between the southern Sudan People's Liberation Army (SPLA) and the Khartoum Government in southern Sudan. Marginalized groups from western, northern and eastern Sudan felt themselves left out of this peace agreement.
View all documents on Sudan at http://amnesty-news.c.topica.com/maac8xMabdOSrbes13Rb I haven't highlighted this address in the Ezine Act 58 because many websites' managers tend to change files, so I didn't want to have bad links on the Ezine Act 58 to affect it. If you couldn't find the link, just get to Amnesty here and search for it.
As noted before, please from here on always refer to the second political website for political issues in the Horn of Africa.
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Well, here we are now at the close of our Ezine Act 58! We hope it's interesting.
Yours in Peace,,, Love and Global Prosperity.
Khalid Osman, Ezine Act 58 Publisher.
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