The media whitewash of Arabs' genocide against blacks in Darfur

Thomas Lifson
 Kudos to Tom Gross of National Review Online for exposing the media whitewash on the Arab genocide against black Africans in Darfur.
For four years now, the left-liberal media has strenuously avoided mentioning that the perpetrators of the genocidal ethnic cleansing against the indigenous non-Arab population of Darfur are Arabs.

Papers like the New York Times and the Guardian and networks like the BBC and CNN have gone out of their way to ignore or downplay the fact that Arabs are behind the genocide. Of course, they wouldn't dream of obscuring the facts like this if any other group were behind the attacks on Black Africans (Serbs, Israelis, Americans, or Europeans, for
example).


This piece
in the normally glaringly anti-western newspaper the Independent of London (the paper of which the notorious Robert Fisk is one of the chief foreign correspondents) therefore stands out:

Arabs from Chad and Niger are crossing into Darfur in "unprecedented" numbers, prompting claims that the Sudanese government is trying systematically to repopulate the war- ravaged region.

An internal UN report, obtained by The Independent, shows that up to 30,000 Arabs have crossed the border in the past two months. Most arrived with all their belongings and large flocks. They were greeted by Sudanese Arabs who took them to empty villages cleared by government and janjaweed forces.

One UN official said the process "appeared to have been well planned". The official continued: "This movement is very large."
In an update , he indicts the BBC and the Arab League
I just watched the BBC program "HardTalk" in which presenter Stephen Sackur interviews - for almost 30 minutes - Amre Moussa, Secretary General of the Arab League.

Sackur didn't ask Moussa about Darfur once, and instead just concentrated on allowing him to bash Israel. What a surprise.

(The BBC likes its anti-Israel programs, of which there are many, and the 30-minute interview with Moussa has now been broadcast seven times in the last 24 hours.)

Meanwhile, the BBC has just apologized and ordered an internal enquiry after it was caught repeatedly lying in its entertainment programs - see here and here. But when is it going to apologize for all the lying it does in its news and current affairs pro

 Kudos to Tom Gross of National Review Online for exposing the media whitewash on the Arab genocide against black Africans in Darfur.
For four years now, the left-liberal media has strenuously avoided mentioning that the perpetrators of the genocidal ethnic cleansing against the indigenous non-Arab population of Darfur are Arabs.

Papers like the New York Times and the Guardian and networks like the BBC and CNN have gone out of their way to ignore or downplay the fact that Arabs are behind the genocide. Of course, they wouldn't dream of obscuring the facts like this if any other group were behind the attacks on Black Africans (Serbs, Israelis, Americans, or Europeans, for
example).


This piece
in the normally glaringly anti-western newspaper the Independent of London (the paper of which the notorious Robert Fisk is one of the chief foreign correspondents) therefore stands out:

Arabs from Chad and Niger are crossing into Darfur in "unprecedented" numbers, prompting claims that the Sudanese government is trying systematically to repopulate the war- ravaged region.

An internal UN report, obtained by The Independent, shows that up to 30,000 Arabs have crossed the border in the past two months. Most arrived with all their belongings and large flocks. They were greeted by Sudanese Arabs who took them to empty villages cleared by government and janjaweed forces.

One UN official said the process "appeared to have been well planned". The official continued: "This movement is very large."
In an update , he indicts the BBC and the Arab League
I just watched the BBC program "HardTalk" in which presenter Stephen Sackur interviews - for almost 30 minutes - Amre Moussa, Secretary General of the Arab League.

Sackur didn't ask Moussa about Darfur once, and instead just concentrated on allowing him to bash Israel. What a surprise.

(The BBC likes its anti-Israel programs, of which there are many, and the 30-minute interview with Moussa has now been broadcast seven times in the last 24 hours.)

Meanwhile, the BBC has just apologized and ordered an internal enquiry after it was caught repeatedly lying in its entertainment programs - see here and here. But when is it going to apologize for all the lying it does in its news and current affairs pro