Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Dictators change their clothes but not their attitudes!

I didn't wonder when Islamic Iran regime backed Sudanese regime and Sudan's president, Omar Al-Bashir. After all even dictators support their networks, right? Set aside that Islamic Iran regime is spending lots of money in Sudan with Free Medical institutes and etc.

After International Criminal Court (ICC) Prosecutor Luis Moreno-Ocampo on Monday asked the court for an arrest warrant for President Omar Hassan al-Bashir, charging him of leading a campaign of genocide that has killed 35,000 people and displaced 2.5 million in Sudan's western region, Iranian regime considered it "unpleasant". Iranian Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki said Iran had always supported the "legitimate" government of Sudan led by Bashir.

Everyone who knows what happened in Sudan by Sudanese regime, would simply could say they behaved with savage brutality exactly like their inhuman forefather Arabs. People who were dead, raped and displaced, they were subject to ethnic cleansing just because they were not Arab! and think about it, what kind of regime supports such savage Sudanese regime? Who can deny such barbaric actions against innocent human? Let me tell you, Islamic Iran, Arab countries and African Union.

I still think ICC should acted much earlier before the genocide happen to this scale because it send a strong message directly to people in power who is responsible. We shouldn't let these kind of regimes to bring the worst for their own people then we take action. International community should have take action much earlier and probably would have stopped them in the beginning.

Courtesy: AssociatedPress and Reuters.

Iran says Sudan leader's genocide charge "unpleasant"


  1. A civilized person is not judged by the clothes they wear, but by their actions. Obviously President Omar Hassan al-Bashir does not understand that.
    Excellent site. Very informative!

  2. Just I wanted to say they change superficiality but in fact they stay same person. Thanks for your comment.