Taking a page from Turkey’s book, Sudan is denying the jihad genocide it perpetrated against black Muslims in Darfur that the Arabs of Khartoum didn’t deem Muslim enough. “Sudan denies genocide in Darfur,” from the Sudan Tribune:
Sept 26, 2005 (KHARTOUM) “” Sudanese Minister of Justice Mohamed Ali al-Mardi on Monday denied genocide or ethnic cleansing in Sudan, the official SUNA news agency reported.
At a meeting he held with the visiting UN chief Kofi Annan’s special adviser on the prevention of genocide, Juan Mendez, the minister of justice pointed out that the Darfur trials would continue, as well as the government’s determination to convict anyone who would be proved guilty of committing war crimes in the region….
The UN Security Council passed a resolution in July 2004, asking Sudan to rein in Janjawid militias in 30 days or face international action.
The resolution has been dismissed by the Khartoum government.