Originally Posted by fivejedjon
Thank you both for your remarks. I've tried to rephrase the passage. I hope now it's clearer (though I've fabricated the names of the countries…)
The horrible scenes of violence, which has been perpetrated by the Babylonian government and shown repeatedly in the media, have severely offended the religious belief of Maledonia's Prime Minister. Like many other believers, for whom the religious tradition is the guiding principle, he can't afford to sit idle while across his border infidels are slaughtering true believers. The anger that has seized him, as a result of that and of news that soldiers had harmed the dignity of women, was the same anger that burst out of him in January 2009, when he saw what Antia did in the southern region. Unfortunately, he has found out that the Babylonian president isn't better than the leadership of Antia and that the Babylonian president has committed crimes in his country the same as the leadership of Antia had done in the southern region and perhaps even worse. The words of Maledonia's Prime Minister on the regime in Babylon have reflected his feeling that the regime of the Babylonian president has totally lost its legitimacy.