Letters on Suleiman Jamous

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The following are email messages World Politics Review received in response to Day 16 of Kurt Pelda’s “Among Darfur Rebels and Refugees: A Road Diary,” in which he criticized rebel leader Suleiman Jamous. Pelda’s response to these letters is contained in his epilogue to the diary.-o-Aug. 2, 2007 Sir: Kurt Pelda’s insinuation that Suleiman Jamous was not a legitimate humanitarian coordinator for the SLA is unfounded. During the time in which Suleiman held this position, he interacted on a day-to-day basis with numerous international agencies, all of whom came to hold him in high esteem for his efficiency, honesty and […]


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