Daily Archives: June 20, 2017

“The strategy will include three areas: media, diplomatic, and political.

Those in North America are particularly targeted, since that is where physical elimination approaches present more risk to the Rwandan government, “ sources within the Rwandan Defense Forces who participated in the Rwandan national security meeting led by General Paul Kagame late last week, told Inyangenews Network.


A SUSPECTED M23 rebel from the Democratic Republic of Congo has been deported to Rwanda by the department of Immigration on grounds that his presence is likely to endanger peace and good order in Zambia. This is according to a statement issued on Tuesday by department of Immigration public relations officer Namati Nshinka.

Yiringiye ijosi rimubyarira umwingo.

Ku wa 19 Nzeri 2014, Nerekwa mu murwa mukuru w’uRwanda witwa Kigali ,mu gace kitwa Nyamirambo,hategurwa inama ihuza umukuru w’igihugu umwakagara Paul Kagame.Abateguye iyo nama bari abasirikare ba RDF,ako gace ka Nyamirambo nabonaga gasa nakuzuye ingabo nyinshi.

Ya’alon Responds to Kerry: ‘We Know Exactly What We Are Doing’

Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon responded to US Secretary of State John Kerry’s accusations that Israel is responsible for stalled peace talks, charging that Kerry’s plans for Israel would endanger its security and were impracticable.

Yazidi Girls Sold as Sex Slaves while Women March against Trump by Uzay Bulut

  • Some Yazidi girls were “sold” for a few packs of cigarettes.”Some of those women and girls have had to watch 7-, 8-, and 9-year-old children bleed to death before their eyes, after being raped by ISIS militia multiple times a day. ISIS militias have burned many Yezidi girls alive for refusing to convert… Why? Because we are not Muslims…” — Mirza Ismail, chairman of the Yezidi Human Rights Organization-International.

  • “This is genocide against women.” — Zeynep Kaya Cavus, leading Alevi activist.
  • Sadly, many of the organizers and participants of the “Women’s March” in Washington chose to ignore women being tortured and exterminated by Islamic terrorists, and in other parts of the world, not being able to to receive an education or even leave the house without the permission of a male.
  • If only these women felt as motivated to protest about the enslavement, rape and torture of Yazidi women and children, as about the cost of tampons.
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