SUDAN WATCH: Rebels 'enter key Chadian city' How can anyone tell who is Arab and non-Arab?

Saturday, November 25, 2006

Rebels 'enter key Chadian city' How can anyone tell who is Arab and non-Arab?

Here's another post for Drima and the Mideast youth bloggers.
Nov 25 2006 BBC news report entitled Rebels 'enter key Chadian city' says "the UN estimates that more than 200,000 refugees from Sudan are in Chad and that more than 50,000 Chadians have been displaced by fighting between Arab and non-Arab groups".
How can anyone tell who is Arab and non-Arab?
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Heh. Drima has a new ticker tape on his blog saying:
"Shame on the MSM [mainstream media] for not reporting enough on Darfur"
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United power ...

Note, the importance of water is not lost on the author of Noli Irritare Leones blog who's inviting comments and looking for blogs from Chad and CAR. See Noli Irritare Leones - Africa blogwatch and a little background on Darfur/Chad/CAR. Excerpt:
Some interesting stuff from Drima, The Sudanese Thinker: About Darfur (note: one of the root causes of the conflict is water shortage - I'm thinking sometime I should work on a post, or a series of posts, on water problems in Africa) and there's a Sudanese blogosphere in the making. Both via SudanWatch. I think I will now fill up my Bloglines with Sudanese blogs, still looking for blogs in Chad and the CAR.
Abu Shouk refugee camp Darfur

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