Health Matters Interview With Dr Thomas Sukwa the World Health Organisation Representative in The Gambia
Nov 11, 2008, 5:28 AM
"I want to use the occasion to deliver a broader message about how the
The speech comes at a time when Obama is seeking to build an alliance of moderate Muslim nations to pressure
The Muslim world is anticipating Obama's administration to chart a new path in US-Muslim relations, which were badly damaged by the Bush administration's global war on terror. The images of the Bush administration are still very clear: the US led invasions of Afghanistan and Iraq, the reported inhumane treatment of prisoners at the US military prison at Guantanamo Bay and at the Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq, plus the Bush administration's perceived bias towards Israel, which all stoked anti-American sentiment in the region and fueled the flame of terrorism.
"He has been great at a rhetorical level, but he has to provide details about what the
All should not only be seen as equal but treated equally. The saying: "A rule for one should be a rule for all."
It is quite welcoming that his administration has embraced a proposal by
"No man can justify censure or condemn another, because indeed no man truly knows another".
Sir Thomas Browne