Middle East Crisis Headlines - 1/15/2001

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A 32-year-old Jewish resident of the Gaza community of Kfar Yam was found dead today in an onion field on his farm, after he was abducted and killed by Palestinian terrorists while working at his greenhouses. Roni Tsalah went missing lasting night prompting a major search by the Israeli army.

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Sudanese Government Troops Gang-Rape Black African Slaves

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WESTLAKE VILLAGE, CA, (December 22, 2000) -- Soldiers of the Government of Sudan's Popular Defense Forces (PDF) systematically gang-raped enslaved black African women and girls during and after slave raids on villages in Southern Sudan. This report is according to the testimonies of numerous redeemed slaves, which was documented by Christian Solidarity International (CSI), and independent researchers.

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Sudan's Armed Forces Enslave More Black African Women and Children

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Westlake Village, CA (October 18, 2000) The Government of Sudan's Popular Defense Forces (PDF.) have again raided villages in Aweil West County of Northern Bahr-El-Ghazal. In one village alone, Goc Machar, they enslaved at least 21 black African women and children on October 7, 2000, according to the Civil Commissioner of Aweil West County, Simon Wol.

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Two UN Summits, One Millennium Goal: Conforming Humanity to Socialist Solidarity

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"For the first time in history religious and spiritual leaders from the major religious traditions and from all regions of the world met at the United Nations to pledge themselves to work for peace. They signed this 'Commitment to Global Peace' and resolved to join together to address the pressing problems of conflict, poverty and the environment." Commitment to Global Peace

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U.N. vote on Security Council seat for Sudan mobilizes opposition

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6 October 2000 (Newsroom) -- The prospect of Sudan gaining a seat on the United Nations Security Council may help galvanize opposition against a repressive regime that condones slavery, religious persecution, and bullying its African neighbors, human rights and religious freedom activists contend.

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