Analysis: Mali: the world's next jihadi lau...

Jun 4, 2012 Full story: WTAQ-AM Green Bay

When Mali's Tuareg nomads launched a rebellion in January, many in Africa thought it would be just the latest in a long line of desert uprisings to be swiftly placated with offers of cash and jobs.

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Kathleen Slobin

Palo Alto, CA

#1 Jun 4, 2012
It is past time for the UN to begin the process for the reunification of Mali. This is urgent. People in Northern Mali are subjected to unwanted authoritarian Islam and food shortages. Northern Mali now serves as a base for the spread of radical Islam into Nigeria and Mali itself. Action by the UN is required immediately.

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