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Darfur Rebels Quit Peace Talks With Sudan Government


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Tom
- 3590 days ago - voanews.com
The leader of Darfur's main rebel group says it has pulled out of peace talks with the Sudanese government until President Omar al-Bashir reconsiders his decision to expel international aid groups from the nation.



   

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Leigh B (211)
Saturday March 21, 2009, 6:46 am
Darfur doesnt have a military, the United Nations of Nothing is going to stand idly by. All muslin nations should be called upon to help these people and to get rid of these rebel who want to conqour the world.
 

Kit B (276)
Saturday March 21, 2009, 8:43 am
Ah, but indeed Darfur does now have a military, and they are finally armed and trained, so let's hope that al Bashir will reap what he has sown. The Islamic nations will continue to side with al Bashir while others will aid the struggle in Darfur.

The Justice and Equality Movement (JEM) has received considerably heavy military logistical support from Israel, Sudan's state media reported.

The shipment has been sent through France, which is in charge of training military personal inside neighboring Chad, the Sudanese Media Center, a news outlet with links to Sudan's security service said.

Sudan accuses Chad of providing military and logistical support for the rebel group's attacks on Southern Darfur.

Chad, however, blames Sudan for the creation of the Union of Resistance Forces, an umbrella group for the main Chadian rebel factions created in late January 2008.

 
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