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Saturday, May 14, 2005

Sudanese foreign minister blames Zionists for trying to split up Sudan

Apparently, genocide isn't the problem. What a surprise! there.
DAMASCUS, Syria, May 13, 2005 (Sudan Tribune) -- 'There are world powers which do not care about the unity of Sudan. We can even say that these powers want to dismember Sudan and replace this government with another one that serves their strategic interests, represented in obliterating Sudan's Arab identity', The Sudanese minister of state for foreign affairs Nejib al-Khari Abdelwahab said.

In an interview, in Damascus, published by Syrian newspaper Tishrin on 13 May; the Sudanese official indicated that it is very easy for Arab and Syrian observers to see foreign interference in Sudan's affairs through the foreign interference and pressures put on Syria. The two are similar, the source of these pressures is the same, and the policy adopted toward the two countries is also the same. All this is part of the greater Middle East plan.

Abdelwahab said that these powers want to dismember Sudan and replace this government with another one that serves their strategic interests, represented in obliterating Sudan's Arab identity.

Top among these powers is the Zionist lobby, which considered the Darfur issue primarily a Jewish issue requiring solidarity between the Jews and some African tribes, which claim to be in conflict with Arab tribes.