A better course for the Middle East might be the following:
It's time that the Africans of southern Sudan gain independence from the Arabs who have butchered, subjugated, and enslaved them over the centuriesâ€”long before the hypocrites in the United Nations raised so much as a mutter.
It's time for thirty million truly stateless peopleâ€”such as the Kurdsâ€”to finally get their own state. They were promised one after World War I but saw it sacrificed at the altar of British petroleum politics and Arab nationalism. An Arab Iraq was pieced together in its stead.
Trusting Arabsâ€”whether Shi'a or Sunniâ€”is probably an unwise decision, given the track records of Arabs of any stripe towards these people. With almost two dozen states alreadyâ€”including one carved out of almost 80 percent of the original 1920 borders of 'Palestine' and today called Jordanâ€”Arabs now have an American-sponsored roadmap to help create yet another for themselves. Yet even as they demand justice for Arabs, they seem deaf, dumb, and blind to the plight of the Kurds.
It's time for the subjugation of North Africa's huge Berber populations to come to an end and for those folks to be able to decide if they want to remain forcibly tied to Arabs or not. If not, then why should they not get territory to create a Berber State if Arabs can get to have yet a second one carved out for themselves in 'Palestine?'
You see, Mr. Musa, justice should not be exclusively for Arabs