Another piece today about how terrible the UK is with its racism and treatment of blacks and all that.
Nesrine Malik is a British Sudanese columnist and features writer for The Guardian. She was born in Sudan and grew up in Kenya, Egypt and Saudi Arabia. She received her undergraduate education at the American University in Cairo and University of Khartoum, and her post graduate education at the University of London.
Now, I don’t know, obviously, but that would to me indicate Arab/Muslim background, not southern Sudanese black and Christian/animist.
And given what the Arab/Muslim Sudanese have been doing to the southern, black, Sudanese these recent decades it would rather grate if she were here lecturing us and not making the same sort of comments – perhaps a little stronger? – about
back home. Has anyone, for example, seen her decrying the taking of slaves in Darfur by the janjaweed?
Enquiring minds want to know…..