Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir has arrived in Libya on his first visit abroad since he was charged with incitement to genocide.
President Bashir arrived with a high-level delegation for a two-day visit, airport sources were quoted as saying.
He is wanted by the International Criminal Court (ICC) on charges of genocide in Darfur and the visit was criticised by Human Rights Watch.
It said it raised questions about the new Libyan leadership’s commitment to human rights and the rule of law.
President Bashir was met by Mustafa Abdul Jalil, chairman of Libya’s ruling National Transitional Council (NTC).
They meet at Tripoli airport, a Libyan official – who asked not to be named – told Reuters news agency.
Source: The BBC
The BBC loved the shouting of “allah is great” when NATO helped the Islamic Jihad to take over Tripoli.
We know it has been hot in the province of Darfur in Sudan for millions of people. I guess such are the fruits of the prolonged “arab spring”.
Why did NATO not send a squad to arrest the war criminal from Sudan, when he was wining and dining with his Islamic brother in Tripoli?
Faulty intelligence, I presume.
Written by Ivar