The Sudanese genocide started as an ethnic cleansing . The Sudanese Genocide was not only in Sudan it involved all of Africa. There was a mass killing of 350000-400000 in Africa under the cover of the war in Iraq in 2003 It was the first genocidal rampage of the 21st century.
The genocide was in between the region of Ethiopia, Chad, and Southern African Republic. The genocide included the capital of Southern Sudan(Juba), BAHR Al, and Al Istiwaf The country of Sudan split in two areas Northern and Southern Sudan
Sudan’s president Omar al-Bashir is being blamed for the beginning of the genocide. Arab Janjaweed (devils on horseback) militias attacked Darfur’s black African civilian population The Fur, Masalit, and Zaghawa are the three ethnic groups of people who were killed. Omar al-Bashir was committed of five crimes.
The killing’s began in spring 2003 and continue today. The burning of villages, polluting the water supply, and murdering, raping, and torturing of innocent civilians was a common thing that the Janjaweed did to the people In May 2006, the Sudanese government signed a peace agreement. However, the Sudanese continued to fight the two other groups The group that they stopped fighting was the (SLM- Minni Minawi). The two other groups that the Janjaweed continued to fight with were SLM-Abdel Wahid and JEM). They continued to fight these groups because the SML- Abdel Wahid and Jem refused to sign the agreement.
More than 200,000 people have died since 2003 in the countrys western Darfur region Omar is still in power. He has been in power for 20 years and is 65 years old. After Omar launched in 2003 he has killed over 200,000 and has left 2.5million homeless. People have begun to realize what is going on and has started to protest all around the globe. Omar is denying help to the civilians of Darfur.
Some of the costs of the Sudanese Genocide. A picture of the Janjaweed and what they do to innocent people.A child crying after a shooting
People have rioted because of the innocent killings. The people are starving and being burned out of their houses. 1.5million people have left at the beginning and now 300,000 have returned. The people are returning to the land homeless, foodless, and basic services or livelihoods.