like men, undergo the fatigue of supporting it."
-Thomas Paine: The American Crisis, No. 4, 1777
And check today's Int'l attempts toward Peace in Darfur!
Suggesting that the plethora of would-be peacemakers and U.N. envoy, the African Union envoy, the U.S. envoy, the Eritrean government, the Egyptian government and now Libya; all with different ideas on how to resolve this crisis... Have created the problem in Darfur!
Darfur Rebels Balk At Talks in LibyaInt'l Intervention with Peacekeepers, is the Problem?!
"Abdel Wahed Mohamed el Nour, leader of the Liberation Army Soudan-Unité (ALS-Unité), (as the JEM) has decided not to participate in the peace conference due to start Saturday in Libya. Read more
On the ground in Darfur, meanwhile, the conflict is becoming more complex by the day. The Sudanese government and its allied militias have continued to attack civilians and rebels. Rebels are fighting each other. Recently, one rebel faction attacked a camp of African Union peacekeepers, killing 10 soldiers.
To make things worse... The Janjaweed militias are fighting among themselves.
(Will return with an update on the Peace Conference below)
UPDATE: Follow the Darfur developments and videos here: