A whole new genocide has begun in South Kordofan in Sudan, and the world seems to be content to turn a blind eye once more. Although Africa is not rich in oil, it is still an area in turmoil, much like the Middle East, and deserves attention. African peoples in the Nuba Mountains are being targeted and killed; however, no one seems to be doing anything about it. According to NPR, "approximately 425,000 people have been displaced by conflict," much more than in Syria. What is worse is that this genocide against those living in the Nuba Mountains has happened before. We are supposed to learn from history so that our mistakes are not repeated; however, the world seems to be content to let this mass destruction of a people slide.