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Kenya involved in arming South Sudan to fight for secession

M.S. Ahmed

Dhu al-Qa'dah 02, 14292008-11-01

The Somali pirates who recently hijacked a ship carrying Russian-made arms and tanks claimed that the weapons were bound for South Sudan. But the Kenyan government was adamant that they had been sent to Kenya, not South Sudan. The BBC World Service announced on October 7 that it had found evidence that the equipment had been intended for South Sudan, as claimed by the pirates.

Special Reports

Factors that make the Horn of Africa the “hottest conflict zone in the world”

M.A. Shaikh

Rabi' al-Awwal 13, 14282007-04-01

To assess whether the Horn of Africa is the "hottest conflict zone in the world" – as some analysts have called it – it is enough to list the countries that constitute it and examine their relations with the US, which has a huge and disruptive influence in the region. Ethiopia, Eritrea, Djibouti, Somalia and Kenya are generally known as the components of the Horn, but neighboring Sudan and Uganda are so closely linked to them and embroiled in their conflicts that they are now also widely regarded as Horn countries.


The problems of Kenyan-sponsored peace deals in Sudan and Somalia

M.S. Ahmed

Muharram 10, 14252004-03-01

Both Sudan and Somalia are in urgent need of a peaceful settlement of the civil wars that have been ravaging them for more than a decade. But the peace deals recently reached as a result of negotiations mediated by Kenya, and sponsored (in Sudan’s case) by the US, cannot lead to a just and lasting resolution of the conflicts that also guarantees their territorial integrity...


West stepping up its war on the Islamic movement


Jumada' al-Ula' 20, 14201999-09-01

The US is presently engaged in an intensive witch-hunt against Islamic movement activists all over the world, on the grounds that they are part of an ‘international terror network’ controlled by Osama bin Ladin and responsible for the bombings of the US embassies in Kenya and Tanzania, and numerous other ‘terrorist acts’ against US installations and interests around the world.


Mombasa throbs with anti-blasphemy rally

Shabbir Versi

Rabi' al-Thani 12, 14181997-08-16

That Muslims take strong offence at any insult to the honour of the noble Messenger of Allah, upon whom be peace, is not in doubt.

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