Genocide Sudan Opening Ties With Israel

By Armin Rosen, Business Insider

Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashir (L) meets Iran’s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad during his arrival at Khartoum Airport September 25, 2011.

Earlier this month, the Sudan News Agency reported that the country’s National Dialogue Conference endorsed “normal and conditioned” diplomatic relations with Israel.

Khartoum has already switched sides in the unfolding Saudi-Iranian cold war, cutting off diplomatic ties with its former partners in Tehran at the behest of its now even closer Saudi allies.

But diplomatic relations with Israel would be an even more stunning development.

Sudan is one of over 30 countries that does not recognize Israel, and it is a party to the Arab League’s official boycott of the country. Read full on YahooNews