Interesting how the International Criminal Court has issued a warrant for the Sudanese president.
"The ICC indicted al-Beshir on seven counts of war crimes and crimes against humanity in Sudan's western Darfur region. The charges included rape, murder and torture. It is the first time that the Hague-based war crimes tribunal has charged a serving head of state." - source: http://www.dw-world.de/dw/function/0,,12215_cid_4076108,00.html
Interesting how some - in this supposed objective, impartial world government system - are targeted for prosecution for crimes against humanity, but others are not. This just shows how partial and subjective these so-called world governmental bodies are. This humanitarianism is just a front behind which hides other agendas.
Timing should also be considered as well - see link. Linking Sudan with the greater objectives of the "war on terror."
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