SUDAN WATCH: Sudan is made up of two different worlds that will never coexist peacefully

Monday, August 08, 2005

Sudan is made up of two different worlds that will never coexist peacefully

Note this copy of another gem of a post by Captain Marlow July 21, 2005 entitled 'Sudan shame.'
WESTERN DARFUR, Sudan (CNN) -- Sudan's foreign minister has apologized to U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice after authorities roughed up journalists and staff members traveling with her.

Do we have to take this crap from this failure of a state?

Also rarely mentioned in media coverage is the fact that the two-decades old "civil war" in Sudan* is an effort by the Muslim north (often referred to as "the government") to slaughter the Christian and Animists (often referred to as "rebels") who populate the southern areas of the country. The situation is further complicated by the more recent battles* (more accurately: ethnic cleansing) raging between Arab Muslims (often referred to as "the government") and African Muslims (often referred to as "rebels") - mostly in the Darfur region of western Sudan*. None of this should be confused with the even more recent conflict in eastern Sudan*.

IMHO there is no way that Sudan will or should retain its territorial integrity: it is made up of two different worlds that will never coexist peacefully.
* please click here for links within original post.

[Well said. It would be interesting to know what exactly Marlow means when he says: "there is no way that Sudan will or should retain its territorial integrity."]
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Why Darfur Can't Be Left to Africa

Thanks to a reader here at Sudan Watch for sharing the following report. Sorry not yet had time to read it, or reply to all of the emails and comments received. Apologies and regards to all. Hope to catch up soon.

Why Darfur Can't Be Left to Africa
washingtonpost.com
By Susan E. Rice
Sunday, August 7, 2005

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