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"Omar al Bashir told us that we should kill all the Nubas. There is no place here for the Negroes any more"
Words of a Janjawid fighter, according to a refugee from Kenyu, interviewed by Amnesty International

This one year old girl was shot by a Sudanese government helicopter.
Her mother was killed.

As you read this, over 3 million people in Darfur, Sudan are crammed together in concentration camps, dying of disease and hunger, while government sponsored troops slaughter civilians, use rape to destroy group unity, and shoot children for sport. 400,000 men, women, and children are already dead. Entire races have been exterminated by the Sudanese government's campaign of ethnic cleansing.







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Where is Darfur?

Darfur is a region in western Sudan, an eastern African country half the size of the United States


Why are people being killed?
Ethnic African rebel groups in Darfur launched a war for independence, sighting a lack of life saving government funds in the region. President Omar Al-Bashir responded with a brutal campaign of ethnic cleansing against civilians. He has used proxy militia groups to torch whole cities, rape and kill thousands of women and children. The violence continues today.

This girl above is struggling to provide for her child inside a concentration camp in Darfur. With temperatures of over 100 F and scarce access to water their plastic bottle could easily mean the difference between life and death. Each day she tries to comfort her child without the promise of medical care or even adequate food or water. Even now, she lives under the constant threat of being raped or sold into slavery. She is fighting to survive in unbearably harsh conditions. Sudanese President Omar Al-Bashir and his proxy militias do not intend to let her succeed.

 

 

Omar Al-Bashir has used the Janjaweed militia to murder thousands of men, women, and children while enjoying a luxurious lifestyle. Parade magazine's David Wallechinsky ranked al-Bashir at the very top of his list of the worlds ten worst dictators. Most recently he has severely restricted press access to Darfur, an ominous sign of what's to come.

When Omar Al-Bashir rose to power in 1989 he dissolved parliament and banned political parties. Ignoring countless U.N. resolutions to disarm the Janajaweed militia and end the violence in Darfur, Bashir has made a mockery of international law and the ideals on which the United Nations was founded. He seems to believe the international community will allow him to get a way with the wholesale murder of entire ethnic groups, and so far he has been right.




Children in Auschwitz concentration Camp, January 1945

After the Holocaust the world said it would "never again" allow the wholesale slaughter of ethnic groups by any government, even if it meant standing up to a major world power such as Nazi Germany.
Omar Al-Bashir is making a mockery of this pledge by committing genocide on a budget less than that of most U.S. states.
If the world is unwilling to intervene in a genocide committed by a relatively minor world player, how can we possibly hope to stand up to the next Nazi Germany?





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"When we tried to escape they shot more children. They raped women; I saw many cases of Janjawid raping women and girls. They are happy when they rape. They sing when they rape and they tell that we are just slaves and that they can do with us how they wish."

-Man from Mukjar, as reported by Amnesty International.

"There was also another rape on a young single girl aged 17: M. was raped by six men in front of her house in front of her mother. Ms brother, S., was then tied up and thrown into fire."

a 35-year-old Fur man from Mukjar, as quoted by Amnesty International




This girl was raped by members of Janjaweed

 

 

Rape is used systematically in Darfur, in order to destroy group unity. Rape turns women into social outcasts, shames and demoralizes their husbands. It is also used as an incentive for soldiers, along the with the plunder from the cities they sack.





U.S Gold Medalist Joey Cheek Donates his $25,000 Prize to Help Darfur.

After winning the Gold medal for the men's 500m, U.S. speed skater Joey Cheek donated his $25,000 to help children in Darfur, and followed it up with a donation of his $15,000 silver medal prize.

Thousands Rally on Washington for Darfur Justice


Thousands of people gathered near the capital in Washington on April 30th, 2006 to raise support for an international peacekeeping force in Darfur.
The demonstration was hugely successful in raising political will and media exposure about the genocide in Darfur.





1- Humanitarian funding - The international community has fallen short of the donations they have promised to help provide basic necessities for men, women, and children in Darfur. The United States has been a leader in providing life saving assistance and should continue to lead our allies in providing basic necessities for children in Darfur.

2- The International Criminal Court - The United States should use every diplomatic means available, including the International Criminal Court. Full U.S. cooperation with the ICC in Darfur will send a strong message to Omar Al-Bashir and other war criminals.

3- Multi-national peacekeeping force - The African Union mission in Darfur has proved horribly inadequate at maintaining peace. Humanitarian operations have been curtailed due to the violence. The U.S. should play a logistical role in supporting a multi-national peacekeeping force in the region and work with our allies to fund an adequate multi-national force in Darfur.



"If every member of the House and Senate had received 100 letters from people back home saying we have to do something about Rwanda, when the crisis was first developing, then I think the response would have been different.''

-Senator Paul Simon






Fast - Easy - Effective

It takes less than 30 seconds of your time.

"President Bush, during your first year as President you wrote in the margins of a report on the Rwandan genocide 'Not on my watch.' We urge you to
live up to those words by leading a stronger multinational force to protect civilians in Darfur"


Name:
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We respect your privacy LifeNets.net will not rent, sell, or share your information with any third party vendors. We will keep you updated on ways you can help people in Darfur and elsewhere in the future. If you no longer wish to receive that information, you can easily unsubscribe by clicking the link at the bottom of the emails you receive.

We'll add your name to our e-Petition with thousands of others and send it to President Bush requesting funding for a multi-national peace keeping force in Darfur.

We'll keep you informed about future events in your area and let you know about opportunities to help further. You can unsubscribe at any time with one click.

Thanks for your help!

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20.7.06 21:09


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