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Congress can help the Sudanese by Lifting Sanctions not by Encouraging

12-12-2011, 01:55 PM
محمد فرح
<aمحمد فرح
Registered: 09-14-2006
Total Posts: 9222






Congress can help the Sudanese by Lifting Sanctions not by Encouraging

    A number of U.S. congressmen and women signed a letter addressed to
    President Obama in which concerns regarding Sudan were expressed. The
    preoccupying issues were the alleged "marginalization of the peripheries"
    and the security as well as the humanitarian condition in South Kordofan,
    Blue Nile, and Darfur. And not surprisingly, the blame and vitriol were, as
    usual directed towards the goverrunent of Sudan.
    Policy must be shaped by facts, and it is clear that there is no ground for the
    hostility towards the Sudanese. The Congressmen must take the trouble to
    properly inform their ranks. It does not reflect well on the U.S. government
    when its officials have to rely on activists and movie stars like George
    Clooney to provide the "facts". The credibility of the Satellite Sentinel
    Project and its assertions regarding mass graves is nonexistent, as declared
    by some U.S. officials in front of these very congressmen. And the
    insistence that Sudan carried out an alleged bombing in South Sudan
    demonstrates the officials' neglect of facts. To this day, evidence supporting
    this claim has not been availed after Sudan made an official request in that
    regard.
    The minimum duty for anyone interested in the truth is to check and
    scrutinize one's sources. After all, misinformation has not only once led the
    U.S. to bomb Sudan's Al-Sheefah pharmaceuticals but has also earned it a
    disastrous and costly war. It should therefore be said that many of the
    activists paraded by congress in the halls of government buildings are
    neither reliable sources of facts nor ambassadors of peace. They've
    consistently demonstrated an appalling degree of bias and disdain for reality.
                  

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12-12-2011, 01:57 PM
محمد فرح
<aمحمد فرح
Registered: 09-14-2006
Total Posts: 9222






Re: Congress can help the Sudanese by Lifting Sanctions not by Encoura (Re: محمد فرح)

    And it is upon their fabrications and sensationalized testimonies that the
    utterly defunct policy towards Sudan is perpetuated.
    It is an established fact that the perpetrators of the atrocities in Darfur are the
    Justice and Equality Movement (JEM) and two factions of the Sudan
    Liberation Movement (SLM), groups that reflexively reject peace initiatives
    proposed by the international community, regional actors and even the
    government. Members of the U.S. congress are fully cognizant of this fact
    and are well acquainted with the defiant posture of the rebels that has
    frustrated all the peace efforts in Darfur. And in both Blue Nile and South
    Kordufan, it is the SPLM-N, the fully-armed militia group of the Sudan
    People's Liberation Movement in the South that has been the cause of the
    people's displacement and suffering in those two regions. The Sudan Armed
    Forces (SAF) only took action after the killing of civilians became rampant.
    And in its mission to purge this element from the midst of the innocent
    citizens, it has keenly observed the highest standards of conduct contrary to
    the assertions of the letter.
    The U.S. Congress must adhere to facts if it chooses to engage in the affairs
    of Sudan. It should also move away from the inciting rhetoric of
    "marginalization" and catchphrases like "peripheries vs. center" which is the
    exaggerated language used by the rebels to justify their atrocities, and an
    impediment to the genuine efforts alined at addressing an issue that predates
    even the current Government. Fairness must also prevail, for it is absurdly
    irrational to expect peace when only a single stakeholder is held
    accountable. This letter addressed to President Obama is further proof of
    this. If members of this "Sudan Congressional Caucus" are sincere in
    helping the people of Sudan, they must not only hold the true culprits
    accountable, they should also call for the lifting of sanctions that have long
    punished the average citizen.
                  

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