Steven Slap (Executive Director, Siksik Foundation for Environmental Justice)

When six million Jews died in the Shoah, the Jewish civilization indeed vowed, "Never again."

When the Rwandan genocide occurred, in 1994, the world was wrong to ignore the victims' plight and choose not to intervene. Black Africans, like Jews before them, were not worth the effort to save. It was a familiar lesson.

Dr. Abdul-Raheem is right to point to a similar situation developing today in Darfur, in western Sudan, where black Africans are again being massacred, this time more