January 18, 2007

Darfur: Genocide without borders

Filed under: crimes, hate-crimes, perspectives, Terror — jensn @ 12:06 am

Extraction from: http://news.independent.co.uk/world/africa/article2087550.ece

Darfur: Genocide without borders

[…] It is a tragically familiar scene in Darfur, the province of western Sudan where more than 200,000 people have been killed and at least two million brutally forced from their homes – a genocide unleashed and sustained by the Islamist government in Khartoum – but this man-made inferno now sweeping across the plains is taking place across the Sudanese border in Chad. The pattern is identical to events in Darfur, where the well-armed Arab raiders allied to the Sudanese government set villages ablaze, rape the women, and leave a trail of dead black Africans in their wake. Just as in Darfur, the Sudanese government is being accused of being behind the violence in Chad, an accusation which is rejected by Khartoum[…]

Dafur: For twenty year nobody has done anything but talk about it. Especially the Christians have been driven into the desert-areas in the southwest

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