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Sunday, March 29, 2009

Ban Ki-Moon meets with Omar Hassan al-Bashir

Israel Radio reported on its 6:00 pm newscast that UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon is in Qatar for the Arab League conference. Among the other 'diplomats' in attendance is Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashir. As you may recall, al-Bashir was indicted for 'war crimes' by the International Criminal Court a few weeks ago for mass murder of non-Arab Darfuris. I guess that's of no consequence to Ki-Moon. The show must go on.

But Ki-Moon is not alone. Since his indictment, al-Bashir has visited Egypt, Eritrea, Ethiopia and Libya according to the same Israel Radio report. None of those countries thought it proper to turn the fugitive al-Bashir over to Interpol or to another international police agency.

All of which goes to prove that it's okay to murder Muslims, so long as it's done by Muslims.


At 9:25 PM, Blogger NormanF said...

Exactly. And my guess is the West is afraid of bringing a mass murderer to justice for fear of worsening its relations with the Muslim World. Keep that in mind the next time Ban-Ki Moon opens his mouth to criticize Israel.


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