Monday, August 21, 2006

The Arab League Agrees On Darfur.

The Arab League wants to postpone a U.N. council meeting on the Darfur crisis indefinitely. Why? Well no one knows exactly but Human Rights Watch has a guess. Kenneth Roth and Human Rights Watch believe the Arab nations intend to disrupt U.N. intervention in Darfur out of loyalty to Sudans Arab/Islamic Government and in support of Sudans Darfur plan which was rejected by the U.N. earlier this week.

Things in the Arab world never seem to make sense. The Arab nations can never agree on anything, they blame each other for their plight and the success of the Israeli occupation but they somehow find it convenient to agree on Sudan. You know what these countries need? A P.R. person! If your going to agree on one thing every 10 years, it probably shouldn't be on mass genocide in a country that's on everyone's watch list, you know what I'm saying?


At 6:40 PM, Blogger Miss Carnivorous said...

It's because the Sudanese refugees are Black and don't count to the Arabs. Once they converted them to Islam, they washed their hands of them.

At 10:49 PM, Blogger D.B. Shobrawy said...

Its because the bulk of the genocide is on Christian Sudanese who are not considered Arab.

At 5:39 PM, Blogger N. said...

And we infidels are supposed to tremble in fear that the all-powerful Islamic ummah is supposed to conquer the entire world? These people aren't fit to run their own lives, let alone their own countries. The entire world is therefore completely out of the question. My only fear is that the ones already living in Europe (take Malmo, Sweden, for example) will outbreed the natives, making large swaths of Europe into Northern Eurabia by default (That is incredibly sad, since Swedish women are some of the hottest on Earth). I hope I'm wrong with this assumption.


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