Dissed in Sudan: where is the outrage?

Ed Lasky
Compare and contrast: Biden in Israel and Susan Rice in Sudan

Joe Biden was in Israel and a few housing permits were issued for East Jerusalem, resulting in an uproar at the White House.  Condemnations and recriminations followed. There was a tongue-lashing over a minor issue.

Susan Rice was in Sudan to celebrate the coming independence of Southern Sudan.  Sudan, headed by a genocidal dictator (Omar al-Bashir) whose case has been referred to the International Criminal Court, invades a disputed town between the borders of the nation-to-be and Sudan while Susan Rice and other representatives of the UN Security Council were visiting.  Talk about thumbing one's nose at the United States and the United Nations.

Where is the outrage at the effrontery?

And why does the Obama administration treat a rogue state like Sudan better than our democratic ally, Israel?
Compare and contrast: Biden in Israel and Susan Rice in Sudan

Joe Biden was in Israel and a few housing permits were issued for East Jerusalem, resulting in an uproar at the White House.  Condemnations and recriminations followed. There was a tongue-lashing over a minor issue.

Susan Rice was in Sudan to celebrate the coming independence of Southern Sudan.  Sudan, headed by a genocidal dictator (Omar al-Bashir) whose case has been referred to the International Criminal Court, invades a disputed town between the borders of the nation-to-be and Sudan while Susan Rice and other representatives of the UN Security Council were visiting.  Talk about thumbing one's nose at the United States and the United Nations.

Where is the outrage at the effrontery?

And why does the Obama administration treat a rogue state like Sudan better than our democratic ally, Israel?