Cholera victim in Darfur: will she live or die?
Compromising with Evil: An Archival History of Greater Sudan, 2007 – 2012 A history that is rapidly being forgotten…a forgetting that accelerated dramatically during the eight years of the Obama administration and continues in the madness of the Trump administration. Available at no cost at | www.CompromisingWithEvil.org Review commentary at | http://wp.me/p45rOG-1TL
The is the face of Darfur’s future in the wake of Khartoum’s successful genocidal counterinsurgency:
Some of the people who fled Khartoum’s 2016 military offensive in the Jebel Marra region of central Darfur; during the offensive the regime deployed chemical weapons, including against civilians. This has been established beyond reasonable doubt by Amnesty International’s report of September 2016: “Scorched Earth, Poisoned Air: The Sudanese government is inflicting unspeakable human suffering on […]
In Sudan collapse of infrastructure investment leads to water shortages, related diseases; medical delivery collapsing from impoverishment In Sudan a collapse in infrastructure investment has eads to massive shortages of clean water throughout the country, with water-borne diseases an inevitably consequence; at the same time, the medical delivery system is collapsing from lack of budgetary […]
Despite all contradicting evidence, Obama admin still thinks Khartoum regime can “carry out reform via constitutional democratic measures”: “We [the Obama administration] do not want to see the ouster of the [Khartoum] regime, nor regime change. We want to see the regime carrying out reform via constitutional democratic measures.” (Former Special Envoy for Sudan Princeton […]
This is a disgrace in its timing–do UN OCHA and UNICEF have no idea about what is impending on December 19?
Sudanese Vice President Hassabo Mohammed Abdel Rahman, directly addressing several hundred army and Rapid Support Forces (RSF) soldiers (December 2015, the beginning of the “dry season campaign”): “Hassabo told us to clear the area east of Jebel Marra. To kill any male. He said we want to clear the area of insects… He said East […]
Bergen-Belsen concentration camp during Nazi-era Germany, near the town of Bergen in northern Germany. British ground forces found some 60,000 prisoners inside the camp; more than 75,000 had died before or would die after the liberation of the camp in April 1945. “The victims [of the Holocaust] perished not only because of the killers, but also […]