This is a video about racist lynching of Libyans under the new regime because of the colour of their skins. It is called LIBYA Analysis: The Racist Lie Of “Black African mercenaries” led To Brutality, Lynching, Death.
In the ‘new’ post-NATO war Libya, Libyans, African migrant workers and almost everybody else, including United States ambassadors, have to fear for their lives. The new rulers of Libya are allies of the NATO governments.
So is the dictator of Chad, Idriss Deby. He is a long time favourite of French governments, already under Sarkozy, predecessor of the present president Hollande.
From the Sudan Tribune:
Sudan: Bashir to Visit Chad, Libya Despite ICC Warrant
11 February 2013
Khartoum — The Sudanese president Omer Hassan al-Bashir will travel to Chad and Libya this weekend to attend two events, a government sponsored website reported today.
The state-linked Sudanese Media Center (SMC) quoting press sources said that Chadian president Idriss Deby invited Bashir to the Community of Sahel-Saharan (CEN-SAD) summit during his stop in Khartoum last week.
Chad is a signatory to the International Criminal Court (ICC) which has issued two arrest warrants for Bashir on ten counts of war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide allegedly committed in Sudan‘s western region of Darfur.
The ten-year Darfur conflict in western Sudan, on the border with Chad, has claimed 300,000 lives according to the United Nations. The Khartoum government puts the toll at 10,000.
Bashir’s previous visits to Chad in 2010 and 2011 were strongly criticized by the European Union and human rights groups in light of Ndjamena’s refusal to arrest Bashir.
During Chad’s thorny relations with Sudan, president Deby vowed to execute the arrest warrant against Bashir and rejected AU resolutions granting him immunity. However, as relations improved Deby reversed his position.
The AU summit that took place in Addis Ababa last month omitted the usual mention of urging its members to ignore ICC warrant against Bashir. A source told Sudan Tribune that African diplomats did not believe this was a pressing issue warranting discussion this time around.
SMC said that Bashir may head to Libya afterwards to attend the celebrations commemorating the outbreak of the revolution that toppled the regime of late leader Muammar Gaddafi.
The website noted that Bashir was invited by the Libyan leadership to attend but said that tensions in the North African country may not allow for the celebration to take place.
Ironically, Bashir was one of the very few leaders in 2009 who attended Gaddafi’s celebration of the coup which brought him to power forty years ago.
Following Gaddafi’s fall and demise in 2011 Bashir lashed out at Libya’s strongman saying that he was causing harm to Sudan through the years and revealed that Sudan provided support to rebels who launched a military campaign to unseat him.
Libya is not a member of the ICC and therefore has no obligation to detain Bashir. But it was the National Transitional Council (NTC), which took control of the country, that asked the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) in 2011 to refer the situation in Libya to the Hague tribunal in order to investigate possible crimes committed following the uprising against Gaddafi.
This would mark Bashir’s second visit to Libya since Gaddafi’s removal.
THERE are many players in a protest — the sign makers, the rabble rousers, the logisticians. And then there are the political cartoonists, who sketch the events unfolding on the streets and, if they are like [Sudanese] Khalid Albaih, inspire even more tumult: here.
International Criminal Court (ICC) prosecutor Fatou Bensouda accused the United Nations on Wednesday of prolonging the conflict in Darfur by failing to arrest Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir for war crimes: here.
- Sudanese president travels to Chad for regional summit (sudantribune.com)
- Islamist opposition leader says Sudanese people have become “indifferent” (sudantribune.com)
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Sudan urged to end amputations
SUDAN: Amnesty called for an immediate halt to amputations today after Deputy Chief Justice Abdul Rahman Sharfi threatened to train judges to carry out the punishment which breaches international law.
Mr Shafri also threatened to prosecute doctors who refuse to carry out amputations, saying 16 have been done since 2001.
Amnesty Africa director Netsanet Belay said: “This cruel and inhuman treatment, which is banned under international law, needs to be abolished immediately.”
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posted by Morning Star in World
A SENEGALESE court convicted former Chadian president Hissene Habre to life in prison yesterday for abuses during his eight years in office.
Mr Habre, who denounced the trial as politically motivated, was convicted of responsibility for thousands of deaths and tortures in prison during his rule from 1982 to 1990.
A 1992 Chadian truth commission accused his government of systematic torture, saying that 40,000 people died during his rule.
Judge Gberdao Gustave Kam delivered the verdict in the trial, which began last July, in the first incidence of one African country trying the former leader of another.
It comes as the International Criminal Court in The Hague is coming under increasing criticism, including from South African president Jacob Zuma, that it is an unaccountable body which only prosecutes Africans.
Human Rights Watch lawyer Reed Brody said: “This case was not started by a prosecutor in The Hague, or by the [UN] security council” but by the victims and their supporters.
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