At the Imam’s house, we met Omar Abacar, a 26-year-old, bone-thin ethnic Peuhl nomad with a badly infected gunshot wound to his knee, barely able to stand.
Did Islam Get “Banned” in Angola? The short answer to this question is that Islam did not get “banned” in Angola, simply because it was not officially approved in the first place.
How many Egyptians have been killed since the January 2011 revolt? My pursuit for exact figures has proven to be futile.
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For Egypt, the Mali represents a case of national security interest; it is part of Egypt’s ability to build and maintain regional circles of influence on the political, economic, and cultural levels
Western intervention in Mali is not to bring back the democratic system but to prevent Islamist from taking over the north.
The stability of West Africa is surely at stake. The growing chaos will likely benefit interventionist states, France and the US in particular.
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