SUDAN WATCH: SLM Abdel Wahid Al-Nur gunning for UNAMID Chapter 7 - Joint GOS-UNAMID committee for Kalma, S. Darfur

Monday, August 09, 2010

SLM Abdel Wahid Al-Nur gunning for UNAMID Chapter 7 - Joint GOS-UNAMID committee for Kalma, S. Darfur

NOTE to self. This is a vent. In his pursuit for the presidency of Sudan (or is it France's pursuit?) United Nations peacekeepers with Chapter 7 mandate, fighting onside with the "rebels", is what western Sudan's rebel group leader Abdel Wahid Al-Nur has been gunning for all along. I know because, here at Sudan Watch over the past six years, I have chronicled many of his utterances.

Note that the below copied extract from Sudan Tribune today shows how he works like a worm, baiting the USA, France and UK into fighting his war for him. I say, bug off to Israel (or Russia or Iran) Al-Nur, you idiotic, greedy, fat, two-faced, forked-tongued, lying, yellow bellied, lily livered, lowlife French Israeli puppet. You make my blood boil. Sorry, bad mood. There is so much misinformation and propaganda flying around, it is making me feel sick. If the BBC is not fully reinstated in Sudan, this blog is going on strike.

Darfur/Kalma focus of discussion between Government, UNAMID
Source: United Nations – African Union Mission in Darfur (UNAMID)
Date: Monday, 09 August 2010 (via APO)
(KHARTOUM, Sudan) - The Joint Special Representative of the African Union – United Nations Mission in Darfur (UNAMID), Professor Ibrahim Gambari, was received in Khartoum today, at his Ministry, by the Sudanese State Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Dr. Mutrif Siddiq, where the discussed the situation in the Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) camp of Kalma, near Nyala, in South Darfur.

The JSR thanked Dr. Siddiq and reiterated the Mission’s willingness and commitment to work with the Sudanese Government in a cordial and cooperative manner in challenging situations, in the interests of justice and the people of Darfur.

Professor Gambari expressed the Mission’s regrets and his personal concern over the recent events in Kalma and Hamadiya IDP camps in South Darfur and the negative impacts these might have on the future of the peace process.

He stressed that, while the issue of the six persons who sought refuge in the UNAMID Community Policing Center in Kalma was both serious and delicate, it should not be allowed to create an unnecessary breakdown in communications or mar the existing cordial relations between the Government of the Sudan (GoS) and the African Union – United Nations in Darfur.

The Minister was also briefed on the 5 August talks between the Government and the JSR, during it was agreed to form a joint GoS – UNAMID committee to deal with all issues surrounding the events in Kalma and proffer suggestions to find an amicable solution. Professor Gambari further pledged UNAMID’s commitment to work with authorities to resolve the issue of the proliferation of arms within the camps.

Noting that the Mission has increased the number and robustness of its patrols, as well as the number of military and police personnel deployed to protect the population, the JSR appealed that immediate access be granted to INGOs and humanitarian agencies to provide IDPs with urgently needed assistance, particularly given the current rainy season. He also urged the Government to allow those persons who left the camp to return if they so wished.
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Kalma issue should not impact negatively relations between UNAMID and Sudan - Gambari
Source: Sudan Tribune
Date published: Monday 9 August 2010
Written by: Unknown - Sunday, 08 August 2010 (KHARTOUM). Extract:
Rebel leader Abdel Wahid Al-Nur reiterated today his call for the international community to change the mandate of the UNAMID to Chapter 7 in order to enable the largest peacekeeping mission in the world to provide full protection to the civilians in Darfur camps.

Al-Nur said his movement is not against peace in Darfur he also said he exerted the needed efforts to cool down the tension among his supporters to avoid more escalation, he added that the world has the responsibility to prevent the "Final Solution" that Khartoum government implementing on the ground.

The rebel leader said the poor humanitarian situation implies an urgent action from the UN and the international community particularly the USA, France and UK. He also called to put pressure on the government to prevent any further atrocities against the IDPs. He accused the government of preparing to undertake more repression in the camps.

He said Khartoum’s militias cause violence in the camps and the government at the same time hampers the activities of aid groups under pretext of insecurity.

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