February 28, 2012
Mr Wolf is a Republican and represents Virginia in the US Congress. He was first elected in 1981. He has become known as a tireless worker on behalf of the oppressed, downtrodden, suppressed, poor and hungry, and marginalized the world over. He has written a book titled, Prisoner of Conscience: One Man's Crusade for Global Human and Religious Rights.
On February 1, Mr. Wolf was present at the Beja Cultural Day in Washington DC. He made the following remarks in front of the Beja and their friends who gathered there in the Rayburn Building.
United States Congressman Frank Wolf is a longtime advocate for Sudan and visited the world's newest country, South Sudan, in mid February. He visited a refugee camp in Yida filled with men, woman and children who have fled the fighting in the nearby Nuba Mountains. This was his fifth visit to Sudan.