Sunday, May 21, 2006

Chad Accuses Sudan (Again) of Violence

On Tuesday, May 16, 2006, the re-elected president of Chad accused Sudan of backing the rebels who attacked the Chaldian capital.
"This new group, formed in Khartoum, has received arms and military equipment before being transferred Sunday to El Geneina (near the Chad border)," Doumgor said in a statement published by Chadian media on Tuesday.

Doumgor said Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashir's government had linked up Mahamat Nour, commander of the rebel United Front for Democratic Change (FUC), with Mahamat Nouri, a former defense minister who recently defected, and Abakar Tollimi, another defector who leads a separate anti-Deby group. [continue reading]
The UN based group, UNHRC, failed in an attempt to stop the Sudanese government from raiding the Darfurian camps to recruit (force) to fight against Chad. This was on Tuesday. There were Chinese weapons found.

Gee, I thought the UN had teeth? Hmm...guess not. Only when it comes to countries that could squish it like a bug. Yes, America. Have you ever noticed how they are always trying to get into our political debates? GO AWAY!

Category: Chad, Sudan, UN and USA.