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8 Stages of Genocide - Darfur

Genocides are very bad
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kent cole

on 1 December 2010

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Transcript of 8 Stages of Genocide - Darfur

Genocide in Darfur
When will the Violence End Classification It is the African Darfur Farmers against the Janjaweed a group of local arab tribes. Symbolization The people of Darfur are recognized by the way they dress. The Janjaweed militia are nomadic Arabs who wear diffrent style of clothing then the African farmers. DEHUMANIZATION In Darfur the farmers are treated as worthless people. This political cartoon shows that the world has no care for the people of Darfur. Organization The genocide in Darfur is being carried out by a militia group called the Janjaweed, They are being controlled and recruited by the Sudanese government to rape, murder, and destroy. POLARIZATION In Darfur the farmers were displaced and were not allowed to celebrate there religious ceremonies and to be silent. Preperation In the Darfurian genocide the Janjaweed sperated the Darfurian farmers from there homes and there property. They were then placed in "Ghettos" or "Camps" as a way to control them and watch them. EXTERMINATION In Darfur 400,000 people have been killed and 2,500,000 people have been displaced. More than a one hundred people continue to day each day. Denial The Sudanese government have already tried to deny the allegations that they were ever involved in the Genocide but they have failed so they have been found guilty for the crimes of Genocide. Background The Darfur Conflict is an ongoing guerrilla conflict or civil war centered on the Darfur region of Sudan. It began in February 2003 when the Sudan Liberation Movement/Army (SLM/A) and Justice and Equality Movement (JEM) groups in Darfur took up arms, accusing the Sudanese government of oppressing or committing genocide against black Africans in favor of Arabs. One side of the conflict is composed mainly of the official Sudanese military and police, and the Janjaweed, a Sudanese militia group recruited mostly from the Arab Abbala tribes of the northern Rizeigat region in Sudan. The Janjaweed used rape, displacement, organized starvation, threats against aid workers, and mass murder.
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