So the Sudanese government in exile have decided to sit down and talk peace with the terrorists who recently wrested control (such as it is) of the country.
And where did they choose to do it? In the new terrorist state of Somalia, of course. And it's being brokered by none other than the Arab League who could give a rats ass that the member state Somalian government is commiting genocide in the Darfur region of its country.
The interim government of Somalia and the Islamic Courts movement which took control of the capital Mogadishu this month began their first direct high-level talks in Sudan on Thursday.
Delegations from the two sides met under Arab League auspices in the Sudanese capital Khartoum after mediators held separate meetings with them in the morning in an attempt to avert a confrontation which could extend years of conflict.
The meeting got off to a rocky start, however
The government has infuriated the Islamists by calling for international peacekeepers and saying Muslim fundamentalists from around the world helped them secure Mogadishu.