Sunday, November 21, 2004

Khartoum has an archbishop - where has he, and all the other religious leaders, been hiding?

After seeing the above National Geographic video report, and glancing through the archives of this site, you have to wonder where Cardinal Zubeir Wako, and all the other religious leaders, have been hiding.

Recently, the Sudan Tribune reported that Cardinal Wako criticised the indifference of the genocidal regime in Khartoum in the face of the "Janjaweed".

"I don't think there is a will of the Sudanese government to intervene to stop the janjaweed militias; otherwise they would have allowed the United Nations and the African Union to act with greater speed in Darfur," he lamented.


Cardinal Zubeir Wako with Pope John Paul II in Khartoum, February 1993.

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