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+*Darfur: The "Genocide Olympics?" campaign roars into high gear 
+Friday 11 May 2007 03:48. 
+By Eric Reeves 
 
+May 10, 2007 ? An extraordinary column by Rick Reilly of Sports Illustrated gives us perhaps our clearest 
+and strongest view of the deplorable implications of Steven Spielberg’s decision to serve as artistic director 
+in the 2008 “Genocide Olympics” in Beijing (see below). 
+
+A May 9, 2007 letter from 108 Members of the US House of Representatives, including Majority Leader Steny 
+Hoyer (D-MD), warns Chinese President Hu Jintao of China in stark terms: 
+
+“Already there are calls to boycott what is increasingly being described as the 2008 ’Genocide Olympics.’ 
+As Sudan’s single largest trading partner, and the main beneficiary of their significant crude oil exports and 
+construction contracts, we urge you to protect your country’s image from being irredeemably tarnished, 
+through association with a genocidal regime, for the purposes of economic gains.” 
+
+The full letter, along with cover letter from Congressman Tom Lantos (D-CA), appears below. Lantos, 
+Chair of the House Committee on Foreign Affairs and the only Holocaust survivor in the US Congress, 
+declares in the letter: 
+
+"This appalling genocide has already destroyed untold numbers of families, due to displacement or death 
+of a loved one. The international community must immediately stand up---and stand together---to bring an 
+end to this horrific tragedy. This is a moral challenge for us all; if China fails to do its part, it risks being 
+forever known as the host of the ’Genocide Olympics.’" 
+
+Congressman Frank Wolf (R-VA), a longtime and passionate champion of Sudan, declared on the floor of 
+the House (May 1, 2007): 
+http://www.sudantribune.com/spip.php?article21817 
+
+
+*Amnesty International: Russia, China Break Arms Embargo on Sudan 
+By DAVID BLAIR 
+The Daily Telegraph 
+May 9, 2007 
+LONDON ? Russia and China have broken a U.N. arms embargo by supplying Sudan with attack helicopters, 
+bombers, and other weapons in the knowledge that they are being use against civilians in Darfur, Amnesty 
+International said yesterday. 
+
+Chinese strike aircraft and Russian helicopter gunships have been photographed at three airports in Darfur. 
+Their presence violates U.N. Resolution 1591, which banned Sudan from transferring any weaponry to Darfur 
+without the Security Council's official permission. Both Russia and China approved the passage of the 
+resolution in March 2005. But Amnesty's new report finds that both countries went on to breach the very 
+arms embargo they were party to imposing. 
+
+China sold arms and ammunition worth $24 million to Sudan in 2005, along with spare parts worth $60 million 
+for military aircraft. 
+http://www.nysun.com/article/54099 
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