It appears that things have gone from bad to worse in Darfur since the signing of the peace agreement in May.
Aid workers in Sudan's Darfur region have told visiting UN ambassadors that the situation has worsened there since the signing of May's peace deal.
UN ambassadors in Sudan have met with strong opposition from tribal leaders to the deployment of troops in Darfur, including threats of holy war.
It appears there are certain tribal factions fear,” foreign occupation and intervention" and want to remind the Sudanese government of their colonial past.
The cry also has been taken up by Islamic militants. The Al-Jazeera satellite channel on Friday broadcast a videotape by the deputy leader of al-Qaida, Ayman al-Zawahri, in which he said the U.N. Security Council visit to Sudan was "to prepare to occupy and divide it." In a tape aired on Arab television in April, al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden urged followers to fight any U.N. peacekeeping force in Sudan. If a U.N. force comes to Darfur, Jalaladin said, "we are declaring jihad against it. "It means death. It means defending Sudan and Islam," Jalaladin said.
Well there ya go. Now were fighting terrorist girls and boys; lets get going.