Saturday, December 23, 2006

Aid Workers Being Evacuated

It has become increasingly difficult for aid workers in Darfur to do their jobs, and the result is an even more dire humanitarian need. There have been many violent attacks against civilians and aid workers in the past couple of months. Many details are in this December 15th IRC report.

2 Comments:

Blogger jaden_loves said...

When i leave this comment i am not trying 2 argue or undermine anyone i am just trying 2 get more information because i belive this is one way we can save darfur. My quetion is why should america get involved in saving darfur when the president and the uninformed american people see darfur as another war. the president obviously does not care about getting into another war but he wants it to be a war that coincides with his own personal agenda and the american people see this as a way 2 kill more troops. how can we let people know helping in darfur is completely necessary? anyway i just wanted 2 join this campaign and my url is itspublic.blogspot.com

9:37 PM  
Blogger Kathy said...

Im not a Bush fan but I know the facts. Bush has said three times that I know of that he believes sanctions should be placed on Sudan. But to your question-America should get involved because what is happening in Darfur right now is genocide. Our country along with several others made a blanket statement after WW2 that we must never let this happen again. (genocide) We can help people know by keeping up the press on this crisis and not give in because some people choose not to look at the atrocities going on in Darfur. You cant stop the fight because some people choose to ignore it.

10:12 AM  

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