As if we needed any further proof of the predatory approach of the Sudanese Government to both its own people and the humanitarian relief community. According to the United Nations, between March 4 and 25 of this year, relief organizations had 354 vehicles, 684 computers, and 1,035 radios seized by the Sudanese government. In comparison, during all of 2008, humanitarian organizations lost 277 vehicles due to banditry and insecurity in Darfur. President Bashir appears content to loot as his own people face starvation. The real question now: How will the world respond?
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