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Darfur Genocide

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brennen clarke

on 18 May 2010

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DARFUR
GENOCIDE Sudan Statistics Located in North Africa Population 41,087,825 Over 500 different ethnic groups and tribes Main language- Arabic Over 400 indigenous languages Religion-
Muslim
Christian
Indiginous Religions
Darfur History of the Conflict The warefare started in 2003 when two allied rebel groups... The Sudan Liberation Movement/Army The Justice and Equality Movement ...Attacked military installations Then the U.S tried to end the 20 year old civil war in the south of Sudan which was caused by government positions and oil revenue. The war, which risks inflicting irreparable damage on a delicate ethnic balance of seven million people who are uniformly Muslim, is actually multiple intertwined conflicts. One is between government-aligned forces and rebels. The second entials indiscriminate attacks of the government- sponsored Janjaweed milita on civilians. The third involves a struggle among Darfur communities themselves. Current Situation The humanitarian, security and politcal situation continue to deteriorate.
Rape has became the halmark of crimes against humanity. Not since the Rwanda Genocide of 1994 has the world seen such a calculated campaign of slaughter, rape, starvation and displacement. Statistics From The Genocide 2.7 million people have fled their homes About 300,000 people have died Combined total from war, famine, and disease. There has been one peace deal in 2006 to attempt to stop the fighting, but only one of many rebel fractions signed it
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