UN, French helicopters attack Gbagbo’s residence

UN and French helicopters opened fire on Sunday at the presidential residence in Abidjan, the largest city of Cote d’Ivoire, local residents reported. The airstrike was witnessed one day after forces loyal to incumbent Laurent…

Rethinking the challenge facing Muslim regions

There is a big challenge which all  Muslim countries are facing. Countries like Iraq, Tunisia, Egypt and Libya  have alreadyseen heavy influence from the West with the result being total chaos.  The Western terrocracies  in the…

Ivory Coast: Laurent Gbagbo negotiating surrender

Ivory Coast‘s president, Laurent Gbagbo, has been holed up in a bunker with his family and a handful of supporters as army generals negotiated his surrender. The former history professor turned politician, who refused to…

Libyan gov’t rejects ceasefire conditions

The Libyan government has rejected ceasefire conditions set out by rebel leaders. Officials say government troops will not leave Libyan cities as demanded by the opposition. The rejection came after anti-government forces said they would…

Gaddafi tells coalition to end airstrikes

Muammar Gaddafi is warning that military action launched by the international coalition could spiral out of control. He is accusing Western powers of creating instability in Libya. In a statement, Gaddafi said that the coalition…

UN’s ‘coalition of the opposed’ grows

NEW YORK – At the United Nations headquarters, signs of a brewing debate as heated as the 2003 invasion of Iraq can be found aplenty. Parallel to the growing criticisms of the Barack Obama administration’s…

Libyan gov’t: Attacks risk civil war

Libyan government spokesman, Moussa Ibrahim, has accused the West of interfering in his country’s affairs without first entering into peaceful dialogue. He made the remarks, in an interview with British broadcaster, Sky News. He said,…