President Bashir is SO evil….he is UNDER INDICTMENT at the ICC for GENOCIDE! He is a coward who hides out in his own country …but now there is a chance to bring him to justice. He will be traveling to Nigeria (see below) and Nigeria OWES IT TO THE ICC and the MILLIONS harmed by Bashir to arrest him and get him to the ICC to stand trial. Write your Congressman/woman and US Senators and tell them to put pressure on Nigeria to do the right thing! You have seen the cruelty of Bashir — check out the pics I took of children Bashir was trying to kill when I was in Sudan and South Sudan with Reverend Franklin Graham and Samaritan’s Purse (my guess is that these children are already dead from either bombs or starvation):
The decay around the child’s mouth above is from malnutrition. Her family was fleeing the bombing and had no food, no water, no shoes, and were walking looking for a refugee camp. The temperature when I was there as 110 degrees. Imagine walking on dirt and sand that is pounded by that heat with no water and no food. And imagine what it is like to starve to death or watch your child starve to death.
Here is a pic (below) of the “food” the people of Nuba Mountains scramble to find to eat — yes, bugs! And they consider themselves lucky if they can find bugs and leaves. Bashir is all evil.
And here is the latest article about Bashir’s travels. He is a disgusting and immoral man.
Sudanese president will “soon” travel to Nigeria: ambassador
July 10, 2013, (WASHINGTON) – The Sudanese president Omer Hassan al-Bashir will “soon” head to Nigeria for talks with officials there, an envoy said.
Sudan’s ambassador to Abuja, Taj Al-Sir Mahjoub, was quoted by local media in Khartoum as saying that the exact date of the visit will be announced at a later date.
He noted the recent visit by Sudanese foreign minister Ali Karti to Abuja in which he handed over a letter from Bashir to the Nigerian president Goodluck Jonathan regarding bilateral relations and met with his counterpart Olugbenga Ashiru to discuss areas of cooperation particularly in the field of investments.
Karti and Ashiru also agreed to hold the joint Sudanese-Nigeria ministerial committee meeting next November in Khartoum.
If Bashir’s visit to Nigeria materialises it will be the latest trip to a country which has signed up to the Rome Statute – the founding treaty of the International Criminal Court (ICC).
He stands accused of war crimes in Sudan’s western region of Darfur and arrest warrants have been issued for him by the ICC forcing him to turn down invitations from Rome Statute signatories.
The Sudanese leader has snubbed an African Union Peace and Security Council (AUPSC) meeting that was called for in order to discuss a report of the AU Panel on Darfur led by former South African president Thabo Mbeki.
At the time the Nigerian government made it clear that it has no intention of arresting him despite the outstanding warrant.
“Hand him over to who when he is invited by the AU?” an anonymous government source in Nigeria told Agence France Presse (AFP).
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