Category Archives: Law and crime

Letter to My American Friends

“A great and powerful wind tore the mountains apart and shattered the rocks before the Lord, but the Lord was not in the wind. After the wind there was and earthquake, but the Lord was not in the earthquake. After … Continue reading

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Presentation at the A&M University

Audio recording of an interactive session with Tihomir Kukolja on the Current Refugee Crisis, at the A&M University, College Station TX On Wednesday, Nov 18, 2015, and hosted by The Fulbright Student Association, and moderated by Viktor Mitevski. The quality and … Continue reading

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Killing Them Softly

I am not trying to undermine the seriousness of the crime committed by Clayton Lockett, who died in Oklahoma yesterday of a heart attack after his execution was ‘botched’. His execution reminds me of the execution of Angel Nieves Diaz … Continue reading

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Your Wars are Not My Wars

I am not sure we have seen a just war anywhere for a long, long time. From the outset, one conflict after another proves to be something else than the wars, revolutions or uprisings the official media is making them … Continue reading

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Country Where Parents are Killing Their Own Children

Read also the interview released by The Huffington Post, April 17, 2014 If evaluated by the number of innocent children falsely branded as witches and killed by their superstitious parents and relatives, Nigeria is a country that has sunk deep … Continue reading

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Twenty Years After the Rwandan Genocide

The article “From Hell to a Happy Life: a Tutsi Survivor’s Escape from Genocide ”, published yesterday by Aljazeera America reminded me of my article “Political Challenges the Church Cannot Afford to Ignore” published by Spectrum fifteen years ago. In … Continue reading

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Saving Witch Children in Nigeria

In December 2009 I blogged for the first time about the shocking culture of crime in Nigeria, committed against the thousands of innocent children by their parents, family members, and self-appointed prophets, pastors and evangelists. As I am about to … Continue reading

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Dangerous Legislation in Uganda

Four years ago, due to strong international pressure the Ugandan 2009 Anti-Gay Bill did not go through. Four years later, in December 2013 the bill was passed, slightly modified, and signed into law by the President of Uganda on 24th … Continue reading

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