Feb. 2 -- Sudanese state media reported today that the rebel group operating in the country's Darfur region, The Justice and Equality Movement (JEM) has received substantial military support from Zionist-Israel. Israel's reported involvement in the affair has included considerable shipments of weaponry and military-logistical support.
According to the official Sudan News Agency (SUNA), shipments of arms from Israel traveled through France, where they were subsequently sent to Chad. The Sudanese government, under Omar al-Bashir, has accused Chad of providing military and logistical aide to the rebel groups in their attacks in the Darfur region.
The JEM, along with the Sudan Liberation Army (SLA), are the two main rebel factions engaged in conflict with the government of Sudan. The pro-Western rebel groups seek to undermine the government of Sudan in hopes of
establishing a market economy and furthering ties with Western-imperialist business.
Zionist-Israeli's involvement is ironic considering it's accusations against Arab and Islamic countries for allegedly providing material-military assistance to the Hamas movement and other Palestinian resistance organizations.