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Originally posted by The VagabondThis time however it is unlikely that even a brief US or UN incursion. As we all know, the UN doesn't believe in dangerous missions.
Originally posted by The Vagabond
Beggin your pardon, but I'd cause no end to problems if I was being trampled be a government run by people who hate me for religious reasons, and I'd be twice as cheesed if I knew that some members of the security council will never let anyone come help me because they have a history of backing the muslim factions in Africa.
The civil war in western Sudan erupted in February 2003, when an armed rebel group, the Sudan Liberation Army (SLA), began a series of attacks on government forces and installations in the region.
The Muslim Darfur-based rebels, made up of members of local tribes, say they launched the war to force an end to decades of political marginalization and economic neglect by the Arab-dominated government in Khartoum.
Originally posted by AceOfBaseThe people who did this are 'the good guys' that the Sudanese government is fighting against.