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The Grave situation in Darfur is undisputable, Beshir


By Koang Tut Jing

Nov 29, 2006 — It was genocide against the people of Southern Sudan, Nuba Mountain and
Southern Blue Nile the other day Beshir’s Islamic Movement in Khartoum was
committed to pursue while allying with his African Muslims from the western.
Now the fortunate regime in Khartoum calculatedly well its method of
exterminating Africans in the Sudan one at a turn. This strategy seems
working so far for the regime cling on power and destroy lives for it
survival. The most demoralizing is the lack of morale courage from the
leadership of SPLM/A which can use the crisis in Darfur to capitalize and
championing the African people cause both politically and militarily. It is
sad to watch Beshir and his Arab gangs finishing off our African
brothers/sisters without threat of force to back our political battle
against the regime in Khartoum. Kiir and his SPLA/M should know that the war
being fought in Darfur is for the elimination of black race in Sudan in
which any black man/woman is not immune from.

Now Omar is capitalizing when he in fact should not by consistently refusing
the united nation forces to enter into Darfur by citing sovereignty of the
Sudan. What is new? Sudan is actually under colonialism in different form
already both by Arab wannabes within and shameless Egyptians rulers in
Khartoum. There is no way a human can dispute the grave situation in Darfur
but Omar Al Beshir with sole aim of exterminating Africans in the Sudan is
not in the mood to accept the truth everyone knows. In his own words, Beshir
insisted that “there is no humanitarian disaster in Darfur and that fewer
than 9,000 people had been killed there in four years of the conflict”. This
statement confirmed most of Omar racist regime have been feared, how can a
national leader be so dark hearted as such? Saying fewer than 9000 lives
lost revealed the inner core of Beshir and his Arab gangs in Khartoum and
their Arab world backers in expense of innocent Africans who themselves
become the victims of racism due to their colour.

If the figure of 20,000 dead is false and the number of dead is less than
9,000, why massive displacement and burning down of huts and frequent
attacks being heard of daily? This unforgivable statement reminded me of
what of I heard few weeks ago on BBC World News said by an African
Darfurian. Our brothers/sisters in Darfur are now aware the Arab movement in
Khartoum and their Janjaweed are intending to wipe off the blacks the face
of that region as long believes. In his own words, a displaced person from
Darfur said “these people want to finish all the black people”. Actually
they are when we consider statements like this “all the figures have been
falsified and that the child mortality rate in Darfur does not exceed that
in Khartoum”. Is there sincerity and honesty?

First of all Khartoum never been bombarded as the bombs daily rain on Darfur
soil. The people in Khartoum have not seen displacement during the last four
years like as it is in Darfur currently. There is no war in Khartoum at the
meantime which could make it a suitable comparison area with Darfur, why
people try to fabricate when truth is obvious? With the words like these
indicate the brutality nature of the regime to continue until their mission
is accomplished. The grave plan to eradicates Africans is at it course than
ever. Despite this obvious intention Khartoum has against the oppressed
Africans in the Sudan the so-called leaders of SPLA/M are sticking on their
hornless diplomatic words. It is unfortunate that Omar Al Beshir is
manipulating and destroying innocents’ lives without rescuing words from
Juba gangs. It is high time for GOSS to adopt new strategy and tactics to
deal with the devil in Khartoum if they are to remain the genuine voice of
marginalized society. SPLA/M must not let itself tied down by the empty
promises in CPA where nothing is being implemented. The grave mistake made
by Darfurians in the past must not stain other regions which were at war
with regime when the Darfurians were allies of the regime.

Whether we sign agreements or not in the present of this racist regime in
Khartoum, the mourning and destruction will always remain the familiar face
of the Sudan. Denying the grave situation in Darfur is indeed a lack of
integrity and this is not new because this is naturally Arab way of life. It
is not common to see demonstration in Khartoum in support of Palestinians
and yet not even single person demonstrated in favour of Darfurians being
killed by their fellow Arabs rulers in Khartoum. Beshir denied the massive
death his militiamen and his Muslim armed forces inflicted on innocents in
Darfur because they are non Arabs. African lives are valueless in Sudanese
Arab eyes as well as the wider Arab World.

* The author is a Sudanese living in Pacific Rim and can be reached at

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