More vile anti-Semitism from jihadists, this time in Sudan. From HiPakistan, with thanks to nevermindlv:
CAIRO: Sudan on Sunday said that leaders of a rebel group in its western Darfur region were making regular visits to Israel and ties with the Jewish state had caused a split in rebel ranks.
A rebel spokesman denied any link with Israel and said that the charge was an attempt to stir up Muslim public opinion. An Israeli government source told Reuters that the Sudanese statement was absurd.
Sudanese Foreign Minister Mustafa Osman Ismail told reporters in Cairo that some leaders of the Justice and Equality Movement (JEM) had split from the group two days ago over ties between its leadership and Israel.
The Islamic government in Khartoum has said that 210 JEM rebels surrendered their arms in the Chadian-Sudanese border town of Tine on Friday, a report JEM denied. Ismail said those who had broken away from the group, “confirmed the leadership of the movement make regular visits to Israel”.