Tuesday, 22 January 2013

'Al-Qaeda Threat NATO's Smoke Screen for Re-Colonization of Northern Africa'

The Algerian military has reportedly taken five Islamic terrorists alive, in the aftermath of the gas facility hostage siege. With the clear-up operation still ongoing, the civilian death toll's expected to rise as more bodies are discovered. Several foreign civilians were among dozens killed when Algerian forces stormed the site, taken by militants in revenge for the French intervention in neighbouring Mali. Britain has stepped forward to help the French intervention, by providing cargo planes to transfer supplies to the war zone. But journalist and broadcaster Neil Clark says the European stance against Islamists is inconsistent.

[Posted at the SpookyWeather blog, January 22nd, 2013.]

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