Re: Kilgour's Retirement Means Darfur Loses a Voice on the Hill Embassy Dec. 21st, 2005 ( Letter From Faiza Taha, Ambassador of Sudan to Canada)
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Re: "Kilgour's Retirement Means Darfur Loses a Voice on the Hill" Embassy Dec. 21st, 2005 ( Letter From Faiza Taha, Ambassador of Sudan to Canada)
Was it not the Sudanese president Omer Al-Bashir, who in the middle of 1989 early 1990s rejected the idea of the formation of the African Union Forces, when former President Bill Clinton proposed it? Why does the regime in Khartoum prefer to have the African Union (AU) troops to bring the Janjweeds, the Sudanese government officials and Salah Abdallah Gosh, the head of state security for Sudan and leading génocidaire who committed genocide in Darfur to justice? May be its because Khartoum itself has drafted and carefully planned the objectives of the AU.
Is it not the regime in Khartoum which gave Osama Bin Laden a safe heaven for over six years in the Sudan, prior to his infamous 9/11 attacks? Is it not the Khartoum regime (Turabi and Beshir) who overthrew the first elected Sudanese government 1986, was responsible for Genocide in the Southern Sudan city of Juba in 1992 and in the Nuba Mountians in 1999?
As you know very well, the majority is always wrong especially when it comes to Genocide in Darfur, Southern Sudan and Nuba Mountains.
The depart of Hon. David Kilgour will not take pressure away from the regime of Khartoum and the most wanted 51 Sudanese government officials by International Criminal Court (ICC) to face international Justice. Mr. Kilgour never associated himself with unconscious, corrupted African leaders who put their personal interests before the interest of the African Continent.
Mr. Kilgour has been fighting for the rights, freedom of speech, justice, equality, sharing of power and separation of religion from the state for the people of Southern Sudan, Nuba Mountains, Furs and other parts of Sudan. Also, he is fighting against the weak mandate of the AU, whose mission was drafted by the Khartoum regime.
Canadians would like to know of one African conflict, war, famine or any other problem which was resolve by so called AU since its creation 43 years ago. Based on the facts, history proves that the AU and its predecessor the Organization of African Unity OAU/ AU failed completely to resolve one single problem in Africa.
The regime in Khartoum will certainly be happy at David Kilgour's departure. However, the pressure will continue whether David leaves the parliament Hills or not.
The Khartoum's officials who facilitated and supported the Janjaweed to carry out the Genocide in Darfur would like to see David replaced, because they are directly responsible for the Genocide in Darfur.
Of course, the killers would like to see 500 or more Canadian companies and businesses come into Darfur to re-facilitated Genocide and continued killing the Furs people, as Talisman Energy Company facilitated Genocide in the Southern Sudan and Nuba Mountains in the past and now facing law suit in New York Court.
Canadians would like to see those responsible in Darfur's Genocide be brought to justice. Canadians are the last to believe that AU is providing leadership in resolving the conflict in Sudan. Most of the AU leaders are involved in corruption, jailing and suppressing opposition leaders in Ethiopia, Zimbabwe, Eritrea, Chad, Rwanda, Burundi, Liberia, Congo and overthrowing the elected governments in Africa. Is this is the sort of leadership Canadians want AU to provide in the Sudan?
Finally, let me remind you that the so called government of National Unity is still the Arab-Islamic system. Why did the Khartoum’s regime fail to follow comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA) accordingly? Canadians would like to see the (CPA) is followed and the following portfolios be given to the Southern Sudanese; namely the ministry of energy, finance, information, culture and internal affairs, and not ministry of Humanitarian Aid Commission (HAIDC) and agriculture. Further more, they would like to ensure that there is justice, equality, Freedom of speech, separation of religion from the state and protection of displaced persons in Darfur.
President & Founder of Canadian Friends of Sudan,Canada