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Tuesday, July 15, 2008

Omar al-Bashir Responds to Darfur Genocide Charges: "ALLAHU ACKBAR!"

An unnamed Sudanese minister also promised to turn Darfur "into a graveyard" over charges filed by the useless International Criminal Court.

Omar al-Bashir defiant dance over war crimes charges
SUDANESE President Omar al-Bashir danced, punched the air in delight and shouted "God is great" in his first public appearance yesterday as a war crimes suspect.

Sudan promised to turn Darfur into a graveyard as it reacted to charges laid by an international prosecutor accusing Mr al-Bashir of genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes.

The threat was made by an official in Darfur after Luis Moreno-Ocampo, of the International Criminal Court, called for the arrest of Mr al-Bashir over his Government's campaign of violence in the war-torn region.

The Sudanese Government responded with rallies and a show of defiance by the President.

Mr al-Bashir appeared to have hardly a care in the world at a ceremony to mark Sudan's new electoral law.

The message was clear - in Sudan, it was business as usual.


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