Remember the rallying cry, “Save Darfur”? I know that’s so 2006. Well, most folks have little memory of the Arab government in Khartoum conducting genocide against the non-Arabs in the region — mostly black. And the episode continues to this day but with a new twist.
As reported by Reuters, “United Nations experts warned that Sudan’s remote western territories could become a breeding ground for radical Islamists as violence in the country’s conflict-torn Darfur region rages at an alarming level.”
“Darfur has been embroiled in conflict since mainly non-Arab tribes took up arms in 2003 against the Arab-led government in Khartoum, accusing it of discrimination. The United Nations says as many as 300,000 have died and millions more displaced by the conflict.”
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