Mass-murdering dictator becomes America’s buddy

By William Murray

The author, William J. Murray, in Darfur during war waged by Sudan (2006).

President Omar al-Bashir of Sudan has been indicted by the International Criminal Court (ICC) as a war criminal, and there is an international arrest warrant for him. The planning for the 1998 bombings of U.S. embassies in Kenya and Tanzania was done in Sudan under the watchful eye of this mass murderer, who has long practiced genocide.

This same Omar al-Bashir is now apparently a good guy in the eyes of President Donald Trump and his newly found neocon buddies. They recently removed sanctions that had been imposed on Sudan, even though the murder of Christians continues in the Nuba Mountains under al-Bashir’s rule.

The author, William J. Murray, in Darfur during war waged by Sudan (2006).

The ICC arrest warrant for crimes of mass murder in Darfur and the status of Sudan as a “state sponsor of terrorism” were both still recognized and backed by the United States as recently as May of 2017 under the Trump administration.

Strangely enough, though, even while the unrepentant al-Bashir is being rewarded with the lifting of sanctions, there is a howling chorus of threats against Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, the well-respected Iranian moderate who is desperately trying to liberalize his nation and to …read more

Source:: World Net Daily