Elie Wiesel: On the atrocities in SudanQuicklink submitted by Joan Brunwasser Permalink
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|What pains and hurts me most now is the simultaneity of events. While we sit here and discuss how to behave morally, both individually and collectively, over there, in Darfur and elsewhere in Sudan, human beings kill and die. Should the Sudanese victims feel abandoned and neglected, it would be our fault - and perhaps our guilt. That's why we must intervene. If we do, they and their children will be grateful for us. As will be, through them, our own.|
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