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Sudan accuses israel of providing support to Darfur rebels


KHARTOUM, Dec 19, 2004 (Xinhua) -- Sudanese Minister of Humanitarian Affairs Ibrahim Mahmoud Hamid Sunday accused israel of providing Darfur rebels with "moral and material support".


"The material and moral support israel provides to the Darfur rebels uncovers the size of the external conspiracy for realizing particular agenda in the region," said Hamid in a press statement.


He stressed "israel's extension in such amount of arms to the Darfur rebels must have particular hidden agenda that started to reveal."


The minister called on all concerned sides and countries who have the desire to offer humanitarian aids to the Darfur people to follow the official and legal procedures in this issue.


He pointed to the rebels' repeated violations against the aids caravans, citing the recent killing of two workers of British Save the Children organization as an evidence.


Source: "you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_www.sudantribune(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/article.php3?id_article=7099"]Sudan Tribune[/url]



israelis arrested in Jordan confess supplying arms to Sudan rebels: radio


KHARTOUM, Dec 26, 2004 (Sudanese radio) -- Sources involved in preliminary investigations in Jordan have revealed that the israelis arrested by the Jordanian security forces have confessed their involvement in supplying weapons to the Darfur Region.


The mastermind in the weapons deal, Wayid A'a Mose Jolan has accepted that he runs a weapons factory in Tel Aviv and he has a consultancy office for supplying weapons to secessionist movements, special agencies and security companies.


The Jordanian officials did not disclose details of the arrest. However, sources said the security agents last week arrested two israeli arms smugglers, including an individual working directly with Dan Yatom, youngest son to a former director of israeli intelligence, who also served as one of the advisers in Ehud Baraq's government.


Material from the BBC Monitoring Service


Source: "you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_www.sudantribune(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/article.php3?id_article=7219"]Sudan Tribune[/url]

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