Sudan: Jews behind Darfur conflict Ynet News
Sudanese defense minister says '24 Jewish organizations fueling conflict in Darfur' Yaakov Lappin
Exposing mass murder is "fueling the conflict." What conflict? The Islamic government in Khartoum are slaughtering Christians, moderate Muslims. Genocide is not a conflict. It's mass murder.
Sudan's defense minister, Abdel Rahim Mohamed Hussein, has accused "24 Jewish organizations" of "fueling the conflict in Darfur" last week in an interview with a Saudi newspaper.
Hussein was interviewed during an official state visit to the Saudi kingdom last week.
A journalist from Saudi Arabia's Okaz newspaper asked Hussein: "Some people are talking about the penetration of Jewish organizations in Darfur and that there is no conflict there?"
"The Darfur issue is being fueled by 24 Jewish organizations, who are making the largest amount of noise over the issue, and using the Holocaust in their campaigning," the Sudanese defense minister replied.
Those damn Jews. Let us commit genocide and murder without interference!
Hussein added that the Darfur conflict was driven by "friction between farmers and herders and shepherds. Among the biggest problems is that of water, which is used to exploit the differences and fuel the conflict."
"Are these Jewish groups supporting (the rebels) financially?," the interviewer from Okaz asked Hussein.
"Yes, they provide political and material support through their control over the media and across American and British circles," Hussein said, adding that Jewish groups were using "all means to fuel these conflicts."
He added that Western reports of 200,000 people dying in Sudan were false, and said: "We talk about 9,000 dead as a result of either government or rebel actions."
'We came to Israel to look for a better place'
Several days ago, Sudan's Interior Minister, Zubair Bashir Taha, lashed out at Sudanese refuees who had sought asylum in Israel, and accused "Isaeli authorities of encouraging the Sudanese refugees to come to their country."
He added that his ministry was "very confused" by Sudanese citizens who came to Israel."
Yes, of course, they are confused. They want to live. The nerve.
See my previous coverage on Sudan.
UPDATE: CUANAS has an excellent post on Jews behind the Sudan Genocide.