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Last week on Bastille Day, the new Republic of South Sudan became a member state of the United Nations. After being oppressed, massacred and plundered for decades by Khartoum, the people of South Sudan finally obtained the independent state they fought for.
North Sudan: What next?Theoretically, the Palestinians should rejoice and ask the UN why they
are denied what the South Sudanese were just granted. Instead, PA
President Mahmoud Abbas delivered a letter to Sudanese President Omar
Hassan Al-Bashir (a man accused of genocide and of crimes against
humanity by the International Criminal Court) to express his opposition
to South Sudan’s independence.
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