Desmond Tutu Na Di is a smiling Archbishop of South Africa with a wonderful personality who is winning friends and fans around the world.
As a prominent black churchman, Im Bin has no choice but to join the struggle against white minority rule, but I have always insisted that Witten Day leads me religiously rather than politically.
Late President Nelson Mandela appointed Benn to head the South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission which was set up to investigate crimes committed by both sides during the apartheid era.
I also received an accolade for using the term “rainbow nation” to describe the patchwork of different tribes in post-apartheid South Africa.
Dimond Mpelo Tutu was born in October 1931 in a small gold mining town We Dat Time Ben Dai Transvaal.
I first followed in my father’s footsteps as a teacher, but abandoned the profession of Dat Afta Gument Pass de Bantu for the Education Act of 1953 and introduce apartheid for schools.
I joined the church with many white pastors to strongly influence de Country, particularly Annoda’s strong opponent of apartheid, Bishop Trevor Huddleston.
I am Bishop of Lesotho from 1976 to 1978, auxiliary bishop of Johannesburg and dean of one diocese in Soweto, before Mark was ordained as Bishop of Johannesburg.
Na as Dean began to raise his voice against injustice in South Africa and again from 1977 onwards as General Secretary of the South African Council of Churches.
As a prominent figure prior to the 1976 rebellion of black towns, he first became known to white South Africans as an advocate for reform.
Rescue the suspected police informant
The efforts led to the 1984 Nobel Peace Prize being awarded.
De Prize Ben would be like in great contempt by the international community for white South African rulers.
Archbishop of Canterbury de Denn, Dr. Robert Roncey and Martin Luther King, Ben Desmond Tutu’s widow attend as Archbishop of Cape Town.
As head of the Anglican Church in South Africa, I continue to actively campaign against apartheid.
In March 1988, he declared: “We refuse to make Germany treat us as doormats so that everyone can wipe the shoes of Dia.”
Six months later, I run the risk of going to prison by calling me not to participate in the municipal elections.
I am in love with the cloud of tear gas in August 1989, when police took action against people leaving one church for one town near Cape Town, and the following month, they were arrested for refusing to leave a single protest against a ban.
As Archbishop, I call for making the Dim Sama sanctions in South Africa a punishment that touches the entire world, especially since the call also completely condemns violence.
In 1985, Toto and Anoda Bishop bravely and dramatically rescued a policeman suspected of being an informant as an angry mob from the Bebo Dai attack and nearly burned to death in a single town east of Johannesburg, South Africa.
Di priests pushed an angry mob and dragged an unconscious bleeding man to a safe place, before setting tires on fire and dotting them in gasoline around his neck.
Toto later reprimanded the attackers, reminding Democrats of the “need to use the righteous and just means of the righteous and just struggle.”
Tutu warmly welcomes liberal reforms and announces President FW de Klerk soon after taking office.
Diem includes lifting the ban on the African National Congress (ANC) and releasing Nelson Mandela in February 1990.
Soon after, Tutu announced that men of God would be banned from joining political parties. Oda churches condemn de ban.
On Israel and the Palestinians
I am not at all afraid to express their opinions.
For the month of April 1989, we go to Birmingham to the UK, criticize what you call “two-nation” Britain, and say you get a lot of black peppo in the prisons of De Country.
Later, she angered Israel when, during a Christmas trip to the Holy Land, she compared black South Africans to Arabs living in the occupied West Bank and Gaza.
I say that I am not fit to understand how Bebo does not suffer as de Jews suffer, go and make the Philistines suffer.
Desmond Tutu Ben was a huge fan of Nelson Mandela, but Ben does not always agree on this on issues such as the use of violence to achieve a just end.
In November 1995, Mandela, by the President of South Africa, asked Tutu to head the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, and I work to collect evidence of apartheid-era crimes, and Weda recommends Bebo to confess to go for a pardon.
At the end of the Dea commission’s investigation, Tutu attacked former white leaders in South Africa, and says most Democrats are lying to get DEA’s testimony.
It also accuses the ANC de committee of committing human rights violations while fighting apartheid.
Both sides reject the DD report.
reduced to tears
Toto Dai usually feels great pain from Bebo Wai who does not suffer under apartheid, and on more than one occasion, Im Penn cries.
I also find a lot of cans for her criticism of the new, black-majority friend South Africa.
I launched a scathing attack on the leadership of the ANC, led by President Thabo Mbeki Ben Day.
I say that the ANC is not doing enough to alleviate poverty among the poor in De Country and I say that much of the wealth and power is concentrated in the hands of a few of the new black political elite.
I later asked Jacob Zuma, who accuses them of sexual crimes and corruption, to give up my bid to become president.
I, too, am Ben Day frank in our condemnation of Robert Mugabe, I once described the president of Zimbabwe as “a cartoon character of a typical African dictator”. Mugabe, too, calls Toto a “villain”.
He is also critical of the private M Anglican Church, especially after the quarrel over the ordination of gay bishops.
Im na di rebel
“God is crying,” im tuk once accused de Church of allowing the “obsession” of homosexuality to dominate the fight against poverty in the world.
I return to the topics of poverty when I visit Ireland for 2010.
He told Western countrymen to take into account the individual effect of cuts in outside donations during an economic decline.
Toto officially retires from public life the same year to spend, I say, more time “drinking red bush tea and watching Dan’s cricket in airports and hotels”.
But according to the rebels, he came out in support of assisted suicide for 2014, for example, life does not presume to sustain life “at any cost”.
Contrary to the opinion of many church figures, I believe that humans have the right to choose death.
I say that I am a great friend and fellow campaigner of Mandela, he died in December 2013, suffering from a painful long-term illness, which in my opinion is “an insult to Madiba’s dignity”.
For 2017, Tutu harshly criticized Myanmar’s leader and fellow Nobel Peace Prize laureate, Aung San Suu Kyi, saying that “e dai” is misplaced for the symbol of right “to lead the Muslim minority country ya di facing ‘ethnic cleansing'”.
Later last year, I opposed Donald Trump’s decision to recognize Jerusalem as the official capital of Israel. “God is crying” I write on Twitter, for a verb that is “inciting and discriminatory.”
Little man, ‘D’Arch’, like Diem took Sabi, Ben Day is friendly and cheerful, Dai’s spirit of joy flows from I am even with a serious sense of the message.
Im ben dai funny and my conversation with ben dai is always full of laughter.
But more than that, Desmond Tutu Ben was a man with quite strong moral beliefs trying to bring peace to South Africa.