Another North African nation apparently is being plunged into civil war by rebel Muslims who want to get rid of a Christian president, according to a report from Joseph Farah's G2 Bulletin.
They are being supported by United Nations and U.S. efforts, even though the nation's own constitutional process affirmed Christian President Laurent Gbagbo's election victory. Already Arab revolts have spread across North Africa and the Middle East.
Libya is involved in what could be called a civil war, and Yemen appears about to enter one. Now, in the Ivory Coast, forces of Muslim-backed Alassane Ouattara from the northern part...