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Darfur Genocide

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Daisy Sullivan

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Darfur Genocide in Sudan
-Daisy And Grace Conditions Prior to the Event: Conflicts arise
-People felt that the government
was siding against Non-Arab Sudanese
with Sudanese Arabs. Conflicts Began
-Non-Arab Sudanese took arms against Sudanese Military and Police. Conflicts go back, far back
-There were arguments over land
-Most in Sudan are Muslim so conflicts arose over race/religion
-Sudanese Arabs control the government and so Non-Arabs feel that they practice against them The Beginning: It is typically said to have started on February 26, 2003. A group called the Darfur Liberation Front or other known as DLF attacked the headquarters Golo. The government responded by a massive air attack on a rebel stronghold in the Marrah Mountains and also sent out Arab Militas known as Janjaweed. Before this rebels attacked police stations, army outposts, and military convoys. Violence: 2. A big issue in Sudan at this time is the raping of women. The Event Itself Responses: The Sudan Liberation Army and the Justice and Equality Movement took arms against the Sudanese Government It's not over It is on going. So far Darfur has taken 400,000 lives. More than 100 people die every day and 5,000 every month. Citations:
1. "War in Darfur." Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation,
24 Jan. 2013. Web. 29 Jan. 2013.
2."United Human Rights Council" United Human Rights Council. N.p.,n.d. Web. 24 Jan. 2013
3."The Basic Facts about Darfur." The Basic Facts about Darfur. N.p., n.d. Web. 30 Jan. 2013.
4."Darfur Genocide | World Without Genocide." Darfur Genocide | World Without Genocide. N.p., n.d. Web. 30 Jan. 2013. Basic Information -Most of the population are muslims
-Darfur is a region in Sudan the size of France
-It is home to 6 million people from nearly 100 tribes http://thepolitic.org/remember-darfur/ www.xtimeline.com www.soultravelmultimedia.com www.lightstalkers.org www.genocidepreventionmonth.org http://www.pbs.org/frontlineworld/flash_point/darfur/ 1. The Janjaweed enter villages on horses, destroying buildings,
shooting men, gang raping
women and children. Many are killed including African Farmers.
They are also pollute water and destroy means of food. There have been many failed peace treaties and the U. S. and Britain send aid to the Sudanese.
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