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American Army Buys and Sets on Fire 10 000 Book Copies

By MUGISHO N.THEOPHILE, published on Sep 28, 2010

Ten thousand copies of a book written by an American reserve soldier were set on fire. This burning was conducted by the American Department of Defense. The Department first bought these copies and later they were burnt. The army reveals that the book was entitled Operation Dark Heart. The latter contained the memoirs of Lieutenant Colonel Anthony Shaffer. It seems it included some information which would endanger the American National security. In his memoirs, Anthony Shaffer depicts how he lived in Afghanistan when he was commanding a secret operations team under Bush administration.

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Tags: army, american, buy, set on fire, book copies.

UN Encourages Peace Endeavour in Sudan

By MUGISHO N.THEOPHILE, published on Sep 27, 2010

On September 24th, a meeting organized by the UN World leaders and other high-ranking officials discussed how to end the violence in Sudan by mobilising the support of the international community for the Sudanese parties’ "full and timely implementation of the final phase of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA), including the referenda on the self-determination of the people of Southern Sudan and on the status of Abyei, and for the peace processes for Darfur and Eastern Sudan."

The meeting's aim was for UN leaders to renew their strong encouragement towards the clashing parties... (more)

Tags: peace, un, encourage, endeavour, sudan

American Hiker Shourd Now Free

By MUGISHO N.THEOPHILE, published on Sep 15, 2010

Sarah Shourd and her two companions were formally accused of espionage and trespassing into the republic of Iran. Her two friends were detained for two months as revealed their defense attorney, Masoud Shafii told the BBC on telephone. Besides, this attorney added that all his clients pleaded not guilty and did not accept the charges.

Finally Shourd is able to return to her home country, the United States. The young woman was taken into custody together with two other American citizens in June 2009. This arrest was done by the Iranian police. The reason that was advanced by the police... (more)


Reasons for Men not to Attend Church

By MUGISHO N.THEOPHILE, published on Sep 13, 2010

Majority of men do not love church but they love outdoors activities and business. They take opportunities for hunting, fishing and watching soccer. They love politics and enjoy sipping on a cold beer and for others they rejoice with some funny and dirty jokes among themselves; but they never go to church. If you asked them why they never go to church, they are ready to defend themselves and argue that church is boring, irrelevant and even hypocrite. But this is not the true reason behind this. They are indeed followers of what is called masculinity. The latter means that people live in a society... (more)

Tags: men, church, reasons, not attend

Should a Qur’an Be Burnt Publicly Next September 11?

By MUGISHO N.THEOPHILE, published on Sep 9, 2010

The news started as a simple discussion and has now reached a much larger audience. Certain American evangelists believe a Qur’an should be burnt next 9/11. This is the intention of pastor of the Dove World Outreach Center; a fundamentalist church located in Florida. The pastor wants that a Qur’an be burnt in public in-protest against what he calls the ‘evils’ of Islam.

This pushed General David Petraeus to react. In an announcement, the commander of the military forces in Afghanistan insists that the burning of Muslim’s Holy Book would cause unnecessary trouble to the American troops... (more)

Tags: 9/11, plan, burn, qur'an, tensions.

Seashore Expeditions

By MUGISHO N.THEOPHILE, published on Aug 26, 2010

I am convinced that one of the best pleasures of coastal outings is the freedom from restraint. In this way, no one expects you to wear a tie or neatly pressed trousers when you are tramping the coastlines. In spite of that, the animals which live on the beach are purposely equipped for living on the seaside. In fact, this makes sense for us, too to bear some of the problems in mind, and to consider our own equipment very carefully. If your intention is simply to enjoy an easy day, then you’ll only want to carry an anorak of some kind in case the weather turns against you, but if you are likely... (more)

Tags: seashore, expeditions.

Should Mobile Phones be Prohibited in Public Areas?

By MUGISHO N.THEOPHILE, published on Aug 23, 2010

Today mobile phones are part of our daily life. For this reason, the majority of people have different views and feelings about the use of mobile phones in public places like restaurants, movie theaters, etc. In spite of this, they were almost unknown twenty years ago. In fact, today various iphone and android applications for mobile phones are helping a lot in people’s activities and even in their life. In this vein, the world would now feel a strange place without them.

One of the strongest argument in favor of banning mobile phones is the annoyance they cause people around us at work,... (more)

Tags: public, mobile, phones, areas, prohibit.

South African Workers Strike for Claiming for Higher Wages

By MUGISHO N.THEOPHILE, published on Aug 20, 2010

After the great event of soccer game in South Africa, today the country is under the heat of thousands of people pushing on streets. Such nationwide strike involves government workers who are strongly committed to bring the government to an effective standstill. The reason is that workers are claiming for higher wages.

All levels of public services have been involved, which has hampered the normal running of daily activities within different areas. Clerks, teachers, nurses, immigration and home affairs officers have walked out on their respective posts. This situation has brought almost... (more)

Tags: south african, strike, workers, higher, wages. south africa 2010

Africa World Heritage Animals Threatened of Extermination

By MUGISHO N.THEOPHILE, published on Aug 11, 2010

Virunga National Park is located in the province of North Kivu, East of the DRC and it was created in 1930. Due to the great diversity of animals and plants it contained, it was since ever considered as a world heritage. In addition, it is the very first park created on the African continent. It covers an area of 7 900 Kilometers Square, 650 km long boundary with a buffer zone. However today, its ecosystem is in danger as regards environment protection. This started in 1994 with the massive flow of Rwandese refugees who were fleeing the genocide in their country the same yaer. The number of... (more)

Tags: environment, park, biodiversity, extermination, virunga.

The Strong and Deep Meanings of the African Dance

By MUGISHO N.THEOPHILE, published on Aug 4, 2010

Africa has many cultures and therefore varied traditional songs and dances. Traditional African dance delivers far more than meets the casual on looker’s eyes. It represents the actual fundamentals and belief systems that the specific African culture stands for. So whilst an outsider may believe that the dancers are simply jumping around, in order to have a good time, this is not the case.

A good history lesson about any given culture will reveal that any African people’s traditional dance is deeply imbedded with meanings and symbols that reflect the cultural beliefs and their lifestyle.

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Tags: african, dance, meaning, african culture

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