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The U.S. intelligence community has maintained cooperation with Sudan despite atrocities in Darfur and weapons shipments to the Hamas regime, a report said.
A leading U.S. analyst asserted that the administration of President Barack Obama has maintained cooperation with the Khartoum regime amid continued human rights violations and the killing of civilians in Darfur.
“Indeed, there seems to have been a general loss of moral balance in how the intelligence community thinks and operates, even as its influence in domestic and foreign policy continues to grow rapidly,” Reeves said.
In a report titled “Khartoum: Really Out of the Terrorism Business?” Reeves, an author on Sudan, said Obama changed his position on Khartoum. In 2008, Obama, running for president, criticized the Bush administration for what he termed a “reckless and cynical initiative [that] would reward a regime in Khartoum.”
If only the vocal voices for Sudan like George Clooney and Mia Farrow would denounce the jihadists and Islamic supremacists that are committing geocide in Sudan and the Nuba Mountains.
“Sudan Bible College Bombed,” Voice of the Persecuted, March 22, 2014
(Samaritan’s Purse) The Heiban Bible College in the Nuba Mountains of Sudan was bombed for the second time in a little over a year.The attack is believed to have taken place by the Sudan Air Force, as the government in Khartoum continues to wage war against its own citizens. Ministry partners report that two airplanes dropped a total of nine bombs. Two landed inside the compound, and seven just around it. Thankfully, no damage was done.
“Praise God, no one was hurt,” a staff member at the college said.
An additional five bombs were dropped in town, near the market and the clinic. One lady was hurt in those, but the injuries were not life-threatening.
The college also was bombed on Feb. 1 last year.
Samaritan’s Purse has supported the Heiban Bible College since it was founded in 2007. We constructed classrooms, dormitories, kitchens, a dining room and housing for teachers. In 2010, Franklin Graham spoke at the ceremony for the first graduating class of 36 students.
Samaritan’s Purse has been working throughout Sudan since 1993, providing hundreds of thousands of people with food, medical aid and vocational training. Samaritans Purse has also worked to rebuild churches in South Sudan and the Nuba Mountains that were destroyed during the country’s civil war.
We currently are providing emergency relief to refugees who have crossed the border into South Sudan to flee the fighting in South Kordofan and Blue Nile States. Since August, tens of thousands of these conflict-affected people have received food, clean water, medical care, temporary shelter, and trauma counseling through Samaritan’s Purse projects.
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