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PostPosted: Fri Mar 23, 2012 8:22 am    Post subject: WAfrica, Algeria, Nigeria, Mali, Guinea, Liberia, Angola  Reply with quote


Muslim Brotherhood (al-Qaeda) in Africa
The Beast - NWO is taking over all of Africa, using MB and Obama

Mali coup
23 March 2012
 Renegade Mali soldiers announce takeover.
Mali President Amadou Toumani Toure whereabouts unknown after coup.
A nationwide curfew is in force and the constitution suspended.
Mutinous soldiers declared a coup, raising fears and prompting uncertainty in a West African nation.
The World Bank and African Development Bank said they were suspending all aid until the crisis is resolved.
The coup leaders went on state TV to say they had closed the borders. They added that the president was safe.
Mutinous soldiers looted the presidential palace in Bamako.

Kenya Foreign Minister Moses Wetangula and his delegation are stranded in the country, as Bamako airport is closed.
They were attending an African Union meeting on peace and security.  O my.


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Disaster looms for people of Mali as country is split by revolt
April 13, 2012   "Our people are divided. Our country is threatened with partition."
Africa has seen some ugly divorces in recent times: Eritrea and Ethiopia, Sudan and South Sudan. Now Mali is threatened with partition as a rebellion flares in the north and political uncertainty grips the capital, Bamako. Mali's neighbors and western governments are looking on anxiously as drug traffickers and Islamist groups affiliated with al Qaeda take advantage of the vacuum -- in a region already blighted by hunger, poverty and weak government.
The origins of Mali's collapse are twofold. In January, Tuareg rebels began attacking towns in the vast deserts of northern Mali. Many had recently returned from fighting for Moammar Gadhafi in Libya, bringing guns and vehicles with them. Then, on March 22, there was a coup by mid-ranking officers in Mali's army angry with corruption and the lack of resources for fighting the rebellion.
A vast country of few inhabitants (15 million) and searing desert, Mali lies at an awkward intersection in Africa. To the north is a 1,200 kilometer border with Algeria, to the east Niger with its own restive Tuareg minority, to the west Mauritania. All four countries are dealing with the growing presence of Islamist groups affiliated with al Qaeda.
Tuareg revolts in Mali and Niger are nothing new. Long marginalized, the pastoral and nomadic Tuareg have frequently taken up arms, sometimes with Gadhafi's backing. "The Tuareg feel like the outsiders of the national economy, completely excluded from the economic resources in many regions," says Salma Belaala, a professor at Warwick University in England who studies jihad in the Sahel.
This revolt, launched by the National Movement for the Liberation of Azawad, or MNLA, is more serious than previous rebellions. Its fighters now control several important towns in the north, including Gao on the river Niger and the fabled city of Timbuktu, where the mayor has spoken of teenage boys strutting through the streets with AK-47s. An area the size of Texas is now beyond the government's control. The MNLA has declared independence for Azawad.

Mali new leader threatens total war


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Evil or Very Mad    Mali agrees on Islamic Sharia state   Twisted Evil
26 May 2012  Two rebel groups that seized northern Mali two months ago have agreed to merge and turn their territory into an Islamist state, both sides say.
The Tuareg MNLA, a secular rebel group, and the Islamist group Ansar Dine signed the deal in the town of Gao, spokespeople said.
Ansar Dine, which has ties to al-Qaeda, has already begun to impose Sharia law in some towns.
The groups took advantage of a coup in March to seize the territory.
Correspondents say the deal is yet another worrying development for Mali and may complicate efforts to stabilise the country.

NEWS media report what they are TOLD to, like parrots of pirates.
The GOAL of Islam, 0bama, al qaeda, the vatican, 'the rebels' is to take over the entire world - including USA - and is rapidly accomplishing this.

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Mali now a haven for Muslim terrorists
June 9, 2012  A new sanctuary is emerging for Muslim terrorists in Africa in northern Mali, extremist Muslim guerrillas have declared an independent Islamist state.
This area is bigger than all of France, is totally outside government control.
Remember, there is no al-Qaeda, its a made-up name.

US expands ‘shadow war’ in Africa with spy planes
June 2012  The U.S. military is expanding its intelligence-gathering operations across Africa, the Washington Post reports, mainly using small, unarmed planes "equipped with hidden sensors that can record full-motion video, track infrared heat patterns, and vacuum up radio and cellphone signals"—part of a "shadow war" against al-Qaida and other militants.

Approximately a dozen secret U.S. air bases have been established there in the last five years, according to the paper, which "pieced together descriptions of the surveillance network by examining references to it in unclassified military reports, U.S. government contracting documents and diplomatic cables released by WikiLeaks, the anti-secrecy group."
One of them is in "Ouagadougou, the flat, sunbaked capital of Burkina Faso." But the planes often "refuel on isolated airstrips favored by African bush pilots, extending their effective flight range by thousands of miles."

The spy program is overseen by U.S. Special Operations but relies on help from private military contractors and African troops, the Post said. And while it's not technically part of the White House's controversial drone program—which killed Abu Yahya al-Libi, al-Qaida's No. 2, in a drone strike in Pakistan earlier this month—the U.S. military does use a few unmanned spy planes there, too.

"We don't have remotely piloted aircraft in many places other than East Africa, but we could," a senior U.S. military official told the paper. "If there was a need to do so and those assets were available, I'm certain we could get the access and the overflight [permission] that is necessary to do that."
Most, though, "take off the old-fashioned way—with pilots in the cockpit." Why not drones? Conventional aircraft "are cheaper to operate and far less likely to draw attention because they are so similar to the planes used throughout Africa."

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Mali’s Sharia Nightmare
Sep 28th, 2012
 Islamists are creating a nightmarish Sharia-run state in northern Mali, complete with public floggings, group amputations, and death by stoning.
Muslim Unity and Jihad in West Africa (Mujao) gained control over northern Mali in April 2012.
They have been imposing Sharia law.

Radical Islamists enforce Sharia law in Mali but who’s listening
Islamist supremacists who took over Timbuktu in northern Mali in April are now targeting women as a means of imposing Sharia law in the region.

Military action needed for Mali Islamists
2 October 2012  Military action will be needed to push radical Islamists out of northern Mali where they have carried out amputations and public whippings since seizing control of the region earlier this year, a top U.S. official said.

IRIN - The Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) seems to have the backing of the Malian government for a major troop deployment in northern Mali.  UN divided on the issue of military intervention. A strong outside force is crucial if Mali terrorists wants to capture the north.

Obama decided against security in Mali

90% of Malians are Muslim, mostly Sunni - thats what Obama is, Sunni Muslim.
Under Islam Sharia law, Christians will be killed.
Sadly, You really cant believe anything the press writes.  
No one will care til its at their own door - and its rapidly coming to America and other western nations.  In many ways its already here.


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PostPosted: Wed Oct 24, 2012 5:26 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

In Oct 23, 2012 debate I thot it odd Romney brot up Mali

Foreign fighters come to help Islamic terrorists!   Exclamation
October 24, 2012  
Foreign fighters have arrived in a town in northern Mali, Gao's exiled mayor has told the BBC, confirming reports of an influx of jihadists to the north.
Sadou Diallo said between 60 and 100 Algerians and Sahrawis had come into the town about four or five days ago.
A resident in Timbuktu told the AFP news agency on Monday that Sudanese Islamists had arrived over the weekend.
Plans are under way for military intervention after Islamists took over northern Mali earlier this year.
Two weeks ago, the UN Security Council gave the regional bloc Ecowas 45 days to draw up a plan with the details of its offer to send 3,000 troops to the vast desert region.
The Islamist groups and Tuareg rebels took control of northern Mali following a coup in March.
The junta seized power, accusing the government of failing to deal effectively with a Tuareg rebellion that had started in January - but Islamist groups then took advantage of the chaos and seized all the region's major towns, including the historic city of Timbuktu.
The Islamists, who have since fallen out with their Tuareg allies, have imposed a harsh interpretation of Sharia in the areas they control - there are reports of people being stoned to death and having their limbs amputated.
'Koranic students recruited'
Mr Diallo told the BBC's Focus on Africa programme the foreign fighters were lightly armed and had arrived in Gao on 93 trucks.
"They were identified as coming mainly from Western Sahara and Algeria. They seem to be instructors. They bring small arms with them, not heavy weapons," he said, adding that one or two of the fighters were from Sudan.
"They don't live in the town, they come in during the day, they don't harm the population, they just go about their business and leave at night."
Mr Diallo, Gao's elected mayor who was speaking from the capital, Bamako, said that the Islamist group controlling the town - the Movement for Oneness and Jihad in West Africa (Mujao) - had also recruited 200 students from local Koranic schools.
"There is a radical Muslim sect in surrounding villages and all young people from the Koranic schools in the area have joined Mujao... not because they support the group, but because they've lost hope after seven months of suffering, they're unemployed; they can't resist," he added.
He said Mujao paid them between $300 (about £190) and $400 a month.
Earlier a security official told AFP news agency that hundreds of Sudanese and Sahrawi fighters had arrived in the region.
An resident in Timbuktu told the agency on Monday that "more than 150 Sudanese Islamists arrived in 48 hours".
"They are armed and explained that they had come to help their Muslim brothers against the infidels," the agency quoted him as saying.
Timbuktu is where centuries-old shrines to Islamic saints, revered by Sufi Muslims, have also been destroyed by the Islamists, who consider them idolatrous.
Meanwhile, the UK says it could help to provide training for the West African military intervention.
Stephen O'Brien, the UK special envoy to the region, said after his return from discussions in Mali with the government and its international partners that if the crisis in the north was left unresolved the region could provide a new base for terror networks.
"Al-Qaeda in the [Islamic] Maghreb, which has activities in the area, is growing in both capability and ambition, and if we don't act there is a very real threat of further attacks in Africa, and eventually Europe, the Middle East and beyond," AP news agency quotes him as saying.
German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle has pledged similar support and voiced similar concerns.


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Mali coup
Dec 12, 2012  Mali is the 3rd largest GOLD producer in Africa
I cant verify this, but my suspicion is that the Muslim terrorists have taken over, and my money is on the MB.

Mali names new prime minister in abrupt change of leadership
The stability of Mali was derailed this year by an Islamist coup
Mali president has named Diango Cissoko as the new interim prime minister, hours after the abrupt resignation of the former prime minister following his arrest by soldiers.
Cissoko is a former public mediator for the republic
Interim President Dioncounda Traore signed two decrees, one removing Diarra from office and the second naming Cissoko as his successor.

Things happened very quickly.
Diarra was arrested by soldiers loyal to a former coup leader
Diarra holds U.S. citizenship, and was set to fly to Paris for medical care but his bags were removed from the plane he was on.
The African Union is proposing sending several thousand African troops to help the Malian military take back the north, which fell to Muslim terrorists

Muslims destroy Mali Mausoleums
23 December 2012  
Islamists in Mali have begun destroying remaining mausoleums in the historic city of Timbuktu.
"Not a single mausoleum will remain in Timbuktu," said Abou Dardar, a leader of the Islamist group Ansar Dine.
Islamists in control of northern Mali began earlier this year to pull down shrines that they consider idolatrous.

Timbuktu was a centre of Islamic learning from the 13th to the 17th centuries.
It is a UN World Heritage site with centuries-old shrines to Islamic saints that are revered by Sufi Muslims.

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Plan to force out Gbagbo
December 31,  2010  
 West African regional military chiefs have prepared plans to forcefully take over power from Laurent Gbagbo,
the incumbent Cote d'Ivoire president, should eleventh hour diplomatic efforts to persuade him to step down fail, said Nigerian defence.
The plan was established during meetings of military chiefs from the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) in Abuja, the Nigerian capital, earlier this week.

"The committee of chiefs of defence staff met to put machinery in motion that if all political persuasions fail ...
ECOWAS will forcefully take over power from Laurent Gbagbo and hand over to Alassane Ouattara," Colonel Mohamed Yerimah told AFP.
Yerimah said the military option was a last resort, and that hopefully Gbagbo will be persuaded to hand over power politically.
The meetings were attended by military chiefs from Benin, Burkina Faso, Ghana, Liberia, Mali, Senegal, Togo, Niger and Nigeria.

Britain would back U.N. military intervention in Ivory Coast
The Ivory Coast standoff took on greater international significance, with British Foreign Secretary William Hague saying his government would support U.N.-sanctioned military intervention.
Also, France renewed its call for its citizens to leave Ivory Coast, as fears grow that tensions will devolve into civil war and even genocide.
World leaders have urged self-declared President Laurent Gbagbo to cede power to Alassane Ouattara,
considered by the U.N. and international leaders as the rightful winner of last month's poll. Gbagbo has refused to step down.

The stand-off has left more than 170 people dead and led the World Bank to freeze aid of more than $800 million.
The West African regional central bank also cut off financing to Gbagbo, potentially worsening a cash crunch
that could make it hard for him to pay wages of civil servants and soldiers who back him.
U.N. officials fear ethnic bloodshed on a massive scale if civil war re-starts in Ivory Coast.

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NIGERIA  *  Plane crash into homes killing 153
June 3, 2012
A passenger plane carrying 153 people has crashed in Lagos, Nigeria
An airplane with 153 people on board crashed in a densely populated area of Lagos, Nigeria, on Sunday.
The Dana Air flight crashed into a building, said Akande Iyiola, zone coordinator with Nigeria's Emergency Management Agency.
The number of casualties was not immediately known.
The flight from Abuja was en route to Lagos

Chaos as plane crash hits one of Africa's largest cities
4 Jun 2012
Chaos broke out in the densely-populated Lagos neighbourhood where a passenger jet crashed Sunday, as rescue workers faced heavy crowds and aggressive soldiers while trying to access smoldering wreckage.
All 153 people on board the Dana Air flight were presumed dead and more were believed to have been killed on the ground after the plane plowed into the impoverished neighbourhood near the airport in the city of some 15 million.

Thousands of onlookers had partially blocked access to the crash site, prompting soldiers to try to clear the area out. They used rubber whips, their fists and even threw a wood plank at those crowded around.
The strong-arm tactics likely did more harm than good. Looking to evade the troops' aggression, people took off in several directions, trampling their neighbours as they tried to avoid being crushed themselves.
Some locals snaked a fire hose hoisted on their shoulders from a truck parked on the road towards the impact area.

But this effort was also interrupted by the security forces, whose aggression eventually broke up the human chain.
Some reacted by throwing stones at the troops, creating a crossfire of hailing rocks over the narrow street adjacent to the site.
The area also plunged into all-out pandemonium when a helicopter tried to land amid the crowd, kicking up clouds of ash and light debris that again scattered people in various directions.
After the crash, it appeared only a handful of rescue vehicles had managed to fight through the chaos to reach the site.
People in the neighbourhood near the airport are used to seeing planes flying low overhead, but they said it was immediately clear that the Dana Air Boeing MD83 flight was imperiled.

"The pilot was struggling to control it," said Yusuf Babatunde, 26, who mimicked wings recklessly swaying from side to side when asked to describe what the plane looked like as it went down.
The impact caused an immediate fire and sent people running, but they quickly returned, and within hours of the crash the roofs and balconies of the surrounding ramshackle buildings were flooded with those surveying the damage.

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