Category Archive: Africa

Italy and Migrant Crisis: NGOs colluding with Smugglers and Arab slavery of black Africans in Libya

Italy and Migrant Crisis: NGOs colluding with Smugglers and Arab slavery of black Africans in Libya Sawako Uchida and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times Carmelo Zuccaro, an Italian prosecutor, claims to have… Continue reading

Robert Mugabe, 93, scoffs at Anti-Mugabe Alliance in Zimbabwe

Robert Mugabe, 93, scoffs at Anti-Mugabe Alliance in Zimbabwe Sawako Utsumi and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times President Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe at the ripe old age of 93 is still adamant… Continue reading

EU should charge Nations and Charities for Encouraging Mass Migration: OIC, Free Ride, and Real Refugees

EU should charge Nations and Charities for Encouraging Mass Migration: OIC, Free Ride, and Real Refugees Sawako Uchida and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times The European Union (EU) needs to consider indigenous… Continue reading

Palm Sunday Bombing Underscores Depth of Egypt’s Anti-Christian Bigotry

Palm Sunday Bombing Underscores Depth of Egypt’s Anti-Christian Bigotry by John Rossomando IPT News Investigative Project on Terrorism Suicide bombings of two Coptic churches in Egypt Sunday by ISIS terrorists should not be… Continue reading

Coptic Christian Churches attacked by Sunni Islamists in Egypt: 45 killed and many injured

Coptic Christian Churches attacked by Sunni Islamists in Egypt: 45 killed and many injured Boutros Hussein, Sawako Uchida, and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times Coptic Christians have recently been cleansed in parts… Continue reading

America and Egypt to jointly erase the Appeasement of Obama towards the Muslim Brotherhood

America and Egypt to jointly erase the Appeasement of Obama towards the Muslim Brotherhood Boutros Hussein, Sawako Uchida, and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times The Presidency of Barack Obama of America, who… Continue reading

African Nationals Attacked in India after Locals Site Drugs and Criminality: Complex Causes

African Nationals Attacked in India after Locals Site Drugs and Criminality: Complex Causes Sawako Uchida and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times The death of a local youth in Greater Noida is igniting… Continue reading

Kamuina Nsapu Insurgency Adds to Dangers in DR Congo

Kamuina Nsapu Insurgency Adds to Dangers in DR Congo Hans Hoebeke International Crisis Group   The Kamuina Nsapu insurgency arose last year as a locally rooted conflict in the Kasai-Central province of the… Continue reading

Japan pulls the Self-Defense Forces out of South Sudan under a Self-Created Cloud

Japan pulls the Self-Defense Forces out of South Sudan under a Self-Created Cloud Noriko Watanabe and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times If Japan is serious about becoming a stabilizing international power then… Continue reading

Fighting Boko Haram in Chad: Beyond Military Measures

Fighting Boko Haram in Chad: Beyond Military Measures International Crisis Group Since early 2015, attacks in Chad by the Nigerian jihadist group Boko Haram have killed hundreds, displaced more than 100,000 and damaged… Continue reading

Burundi needs International Support to Fight against Malaria

Burundi needs International Support to Fight against Malaria Sawako Uchida and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times The government of Burundi needs greater international support to fight against the terrible consequences of malaria.… Continue reading

Coptic Christians Flee Sunni Islamists in North Sinai in Egypt

Coptic Christians Flee Sunni Islamists in North Sinai in Egypt Murad Makhmudov and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times The indigenous Coptic Christians of Egypt are fleeing parts of North Sinai based on… Continue reading

Race Attacks in South Africa: Indigenous Alienation, Immigration, and ANC Cronyism

Race Attacks in South Africa: Indigenous Alienation, Immigration, and ANC Cronyism  Michiyo Tanabe and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times   The abject failure of the African National Congress (ANC) continues because mass… Continue reading

Ethiopia Must Continue to Help Stabilize South Sudan

Ethiopia Must Continue to Help Stabilize South Sudan Rashid Abdi Project Director, Horn of Africa International Crisis Group Ethiopia’s commitment to peace-making in South Sudan has been critical for regional stability. It has… Continue reading

Sunni Islamist Takfiri Women using Babies to Slaughter in Nigeria

Sunni Islamist Takfiri Women using Babies to Slaughter in Nigeria Paul Joseph Nzeribe, Noriko Watanabe, and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times The endless twisted morality of Sunni Islamists is beyond any rationality,… Continue reading

MOROCCO: SECURITY SERVICES MAKE GAINS AS TERROR THREAT GROWS

MOROCCO: SECURITY SERVICES MAKE GAINS AS TERROR THREAT GROWS Publication: Terrorism Monitor By: Alexander Sehmer The Jamestown Foundation Moroccan investigators arrested an alleged jihadist with links to al-Qaeda in the city of Azrou… Continue reading

Oil Zone Fighting Threatens Libya with Economic Collapse

Oil Zone Fighting Threatens Libya with Economic Collapse International Crisis Group Libyans have seen rare glimmers of hope in recent months, with an uptick in oil exports and recent reverses inflicted on the… Continue reading

Coptic Christians Killed in Egypt: Islamists Slaughter inside a Christian Holy Place

Coptic Christians Killed in Egypt: Islamists Slaughter inside a Christian Holy Place Boutros Hussein, Noriko Watanabe, and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times Coptics Christians were praying to God but for Sunni Islamists… Continue reading

Islamism in America and Egypt: Brooklyn Imam Linked to Qaradawi Group Calls for Sisi’s Head

Brooklyn Imam Linked to Qaradawi Group Calls for Sisi’s Head by John Rossomando Investigative Project on Terrorism A Brooklyn imam issued what appeared to be a call to behead Egyptian President Abdel Fatah… Continue reading

Mass Protests Throughout Burundi against United Nations

Mass Protests Throughout Burundi against United Nations Paul Joseph Nzeribe, Hiroshi Saito, and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times    Mass demonstrations took place throughout Burundi aimed at showing the mass discontent in… Continue reading

The Islamic State Threat in Somalia’s Puntland State

The Islamic State Threat in Somalia’s Puntland State International Crisis Group On 26 October, about more than 50 heavily-armed Somali Islamic State (IS) fighters seized Qandala, a sparsely populated town in Somalia’s Puntland… Continue reading

Egypt to get Approved $12 Billion Dollar Loan from IMF: America and Russia should Shore Up

Egypt to get Approved $12 Billion Dollar Loan from IMF: America and Russia should Shore Up Boutros Hussein, Chika Mori, and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times The Muslim Brotherhood intrigues against Egypt… Continue reading

Nigeria and Rape in Camps: Takfiri Barbarity to Alleged Rape by Nigerian Officials

Nigeria and Rape in Camps: Takfiri Barbarity to Alleged Rape by Nigerian Officials Paul Joseph Nzeribe, Noriko Watanabe, and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times Ethnic divisions, religious tensions, enormous corruption, energy theft,… Continue reading

African Powers Must Support Democracy in DR Congo

African Powers Must Support Democracy in DR Congo Richard Moncrieff Project Director, Central Africa International Crisis Group African leaders meeting in Luanda this week got part of the way to solving the Democratic… Continue reading

Madagascar Drought Crisis in Southern Region: 1.5 Million face Hunger

Madagascar Drought Crisis in Southern Region: 1.5 Million face Hunger Michiyo Tanabe and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times The United Nations (UN) is warning the international community about the dire situation in… Continue reading

Russia Deepens Middle East Military Footprint With Joint Exercises in Egypt

Russia Deepens Middle East Military Footprint With Joint Exercises in Egypt Publication: Eurasia Daily Monitor By: John C. K. Daly The Jamestown Foundation Over the past two years, the most significant political development… Continue reading

Africa, Instability, and the Nation State: South Sudan and Countless Continental Tensions

Africa, Instability, and the Nation State: South Sudan and Countless Continental Tensions Pierre Leblanc, Kanako Itamae, and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times South Sudan is a relatively new nation state but just… Continue reading

Muslim Brotherhood Members Gather in Washington D.C. to Blast Egyptian Government

Brotherhood Members Gather in D.C. to Blast Egyptian Government by John Rossomando IPT News Investigative Project on Terrorism Roughly two dozen Egyptians opposed to President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi, some with Muslim Brotherhood connections,… Continue reading

After Libya’s Oil Grab, Compromise Could Lead to a Restart of Exports

After Libya’s Oil Grab, Compromise Could Lead to a Restart of Exports Senior Libya analyst Claudia Gazzini International Crisis Group What has happened on the ground in Libya? Key crude oil export terminals… Continue reading

Christians Butchered in the Central African Republic by Muslim Seleka Forces

Christians Butchered in the Central African Republic by Muslim Seleka Forces Paul Joseph Nzeribe, Noriko Watanabe, and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times The nation of the Central African Republic remains on tenterhooks… Continue reading

France and Tunisia seek Cooperation on ISIS Fanatics Fleeing Libya: Fear in Europe

France and Tunisia seek Cooperation on ISIS Fanatics Fleeing Libya: Fear in Europe Noriko Watanabe, Salma Zribi, and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times   France and Tunisia seek greater regional efforts to… Continue reading

South Sudan’s Risky Political Impasse

South Sudan’s Risky Political Impasse International Crisis Group One year ago, the main warring parties in South Sudan – the government and Sudan People’s Liberation Movement/Army-In Opposition (SPLM/A-IO) signed a peace agreement designed… Continue reading