Daily Archives: August 15, 2015

Peter Nkurunziza agiye kuba igitambo cya perezida Gikwete wa Tanzania.

Amakuru  aturuka mu murwa mukuru w’Iburundi-Bujumbura,aravuga yuko,umwakagara akomeje gukoresha Abarundi,muguteza umutekano mucye mu gihugu,kugirango Nkurunziza abure amahwemo,kubera yazuguye umwakagara akava mu muryango w’Africa y’uburasira zuba EAC kandi kugirango yinjiremo umwakagara yaramwishyuriye cyangwa akamuguriza ibihumbi $500 by’amadollar.

Ubyutse bw’ubusambanyi,murwagasabo,nk’ikimenyetso cya nyuma y’ingoma y’umwakagara!

14th Aug 2015 njyanwa mu iyerekwa,mbona umusore w’intwaramuheto ya RDF,nerekwa acyuje ubukwe,kandi ahagarariwe n’umwakagara.Ariko kubera ubwo bukwe bwacyujwe vuba vuba,uwo musore nta buryo buhagije bwo kwakira abantu yarafite cyangwa yari yateguye.

Burundi: Col Jean Bikomagu “yishwe”

Umunyamakuru wa BBC uri i Bujumbura avuga ko Col Jean Bikomagu yishwe ku wa Gatandatu arashwe n’abantu bamutegeye imbere y’urugo rwe, mu gace kitwa Kabondo, mu murwa Mukuru Bujumbura.

Europeans Rush to Profit from Iran Deal by Soeren Kern

  • Middle East expert Ilan Berman points out that for Iran, trading with Europe is actually the perfect self-defense, a virtual guarantee that it will not face military attack if it cheats on its obligations under the nuclear deal.

  • Sanctions will also be lifted on Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei’s $95 billion business empire, as well as on Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, which operates a vast network of companies and industries. No wonder European media outlets are referring to Iran as the “new El Dorado,” the “chance of a century,” and the “last untapped market.”
  • “Conducting business with the Iranian regime means to finance the nuclear program, the annihilation threats against Israel, Holocaust denial, the export of Islamist terror and the oppression of the Iranian population.” — Stop the Bomb, Austria.
  • “Everyone is looking at Iran with greed.” — Senior French official.

Islamophobia: Fact or Fiction? by Denis MacEoin

  • Edward Said leaves us with the impression that all prejudice is only on the part of the West.

  • To the traditionally minded, news of such things as man-made laws based on objective evidence, free speech, equal justice under law, democracy, elections, freedom for women, freedom of religion and respect for the “other,” and so on, may have come as a sort of horror. Despots recoiled from the very thought of democracy. Religious leaders fumed at secular education, the freedom to question and say what one liked, even about religion.
  • “It is the nature of Islam to dominate, not to be dominated; to impose its law on all nations and to extend its power to the entire planet.” — Hasan al-Banna’, Founder of the Muslim Brotherhood, 1928.

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