Wednesday, April 09, 2008

Skipping the middleman

From (found via the Angry Arab News Service), in an article critical of Sudan's leaders:
"On February 25, the Sudan Liberation Movement (SLM), a rebel group from Darfur led by Abdel Wahid Al Nur, announced it was opening an office in Tel Aviv. Al-Nur said given the fact that the Israeli government had been protecting youths from Darfur from genocide, it's those Darfur escapees, now grown up who led the drive to open an office in Tel Aviv.

The toing and froming that has resulted from this move says little about the merits or demerits of a rebel faction having an office in Israel, but it says a great deal about the religious prism through which Khartoum still sees the world.

First, Presidential Assistant Nafie Ali Nafie told the official that Al Nur's rebel faction was managed by a 'Jewish lobby' in the US, and that by opening an office in Tel Aviv, Al Nur meant to bypass the lobby and deal directly with Israel."

The bumbling and fumbling of the covert Zionist 'Stop Darfur' movement, which has had a little more success lately piggybacking on the CIA's Tibetan campaign against China, may have led the Settler Movement to decide to take over operation of the campaign and run it directly from the head office in Israel.