Home Tags Osama bin Laden

Tag: Osama bin Laden

Egyptian Dictator Goes To Addis Ababa

AFRICANGLOBE - Following the 1978 Camp David accords with Israel, President Anwar Sadat declared, “The only matter that could take Egypt to war again is the Nile water.” To this day, Egyptian engineers are stationed as far as Lake Victoria, in Uganda, monitoring activities along the river.

Military Moves In Africa By U.S. Resembles Iraq, Afghan Wars

AFRICANGLOBE - In 2009, U.S. economic and other non-military aid for all of Africa was $10.4 billion, compared with $8.26 billion in military assistance. In 2012, economic aid dropped to $8.1 billion while military financing rose to $16.8 billion.

America: The World’s No.1 Sponsor of Terrorism

AFRICANGLOBE - Just as there are good dictators and bad dictators in Washington’s eyes, there are also good terrorists and bad terrorists: Al Qaeda in Iraq, bad. Al Qaeda in Syria, good. Al Qaeda in Mali, bad. Al Qaeda in Libya, good, now bad. This hypocrisy manifests itself most acutely in how western media reports on the victims of terror.