بيان صحفي: اختطاف 13 سيدة وفتاة من معسكر "كالما" شرقي نيالا

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11-11-2004, 10:43 AM

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    SOAT

    Sudan Organisation Against Torture

    SOAT Press Release: 11 November 2004

    Kidnap of Women and Girls from Kalma IDP Camp

    As the conflict in Darfur continues unabated, abuses committed against women and girls have become a vital component of the conflict with many girls and women being subjected to sexual violence and kidnapping. On 2 November, SOAT received information on the kidnapping of 13 Internally Displaced women and girls (IDPs) from Kalma IDP camp, 17 kilometres east of Nyala, southern Darfur state. The women and girls were kidnapped whilst fetching fire wood outside the camp. Although the kidnappers are unknown, people at the camp alleged that kidnappers were the Janjaweed militias. The details of the girls and women are as follows:

    Aisha Ismael Adam, 14 yrs
    Fatima Yousif Musa, 16 yrs
    Merriam Idris Abdel Azizi, 17 yrs
    Zarga Salih Abdel rahman, 15 yrs
    Amna Mohamed Ishag
    Aisha Shareef Aldeain
    Fatima Yahya Nour, 60 yrs
    Fatima Yagoub Mohamed, 25 yrs
    Fatima Abdel rahman, 50 yrs
    Hawa Abdella Adam, 35 yrs
    Soumaya Hassan, 18 yrs
    Hehla Abu Jabe, 25 yrs
    Halima Arbab Abd al-Rahman,

    SOAT expresses fears for the safety of the women and is calling on the GoS to give assurances that these cases will be investigated and the perpetrators brought to justice.

    SOAT condemns sexual violence against women and girls under any conditions and urges all parties to the conflict to cease perpetrating violence against girls and women and the continued violations of the ceasefire agreement and all subsequent agreements. SOAT urges the government of Sudan to:

    Immediately cease attacks on civilians and adhere to it commitments under the ceasefire agreement

    Investigate the kidnapping of the 13 women and girls and bring the perpetrators to justice

    Disarm the Janjaweed militias immediately and any outlaws operating in the western Darfur region.

    End impunity for crimes committed by the Janjaweed militias in order to bring them to trial and apply the penal and/or administrative sanctions as provided by law.

    Guarantee respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms throughout the country in accordance with national laws and international human rights standards.

    SOAT also urges the United Nations, African Union and the international community to:

    To have expand the mandate of the African Union peace keeping forces to include the protection of civilians

    To investigate allegations of continued attacks on civilians. Including, allegations of rape or any other form of sexual violence

    To continue to exert pressure on all parties in the conflict to come to a peaceful settlement

    Guarantee respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms throughout the country in accordance with national laws and international human rights standards.

    The above recommendations should be sent in appeals to the following addresses:

    His Excellency Lieutenant General Omar Hassan al-Bashir
    President of the Republic of Sudan
    President' s Palace
    PO Box 281, Khartoum, Sudan
    Fax: + 249 183 783223

    Mr. Ali Mohamed Osman Yassin
    Minister of Justice and Attorney General
    Ministry of Justice
    Khartoum, Sudan
    Fax: + 249 183 788941

    Mr. Mustafa Osman Ismail
    Minister of Foreign Affairs
    Ministry of Foreign Affairs
    PO Box 873, Khartoum, Sudan
    Fax: + 249 183 779383

    Dr. Abdelmuneim Osman Mohamed Taha
    Advisory Council for Human Rights
    PO Box 302
    Khartoum, Sudan
    Fax: + 249 183 770883

    His Excellency Ambassador Mr. Mohamed Al- Hassan Ahmed Al-Haj
    Permanent Mission of the Republic of Sudan to the United Nations in Geneva,
    PO Box 335,
    1211 Geneva,
    Switzerland,
    Fax: +4122 731 26 56,
    E-mail: [email protected].


    SOAT is international human rights organisation established in the UK in 1993. If you have any questions about this or any other SOAT information, please contact us:

    Argo House
    Kilburn Park Road
    London NW6 5LF, UK
    Tel: +44 (0)20 7625 8055
    Fax: +44 (0)20 7372 2656
    E-mail: [email protected]
    Website: www.soatsudan.org[/B]
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11-11-2004, 07:48 PM

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12-11-2004, 07:14 AM

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    كل عام وأنتم بخير،
    ولترفعوا ايديكم بالدعاء ل....لربما تشرف البعض منكم ليلة القدر.
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12-11-2004, 08:45 AM

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    Rawia & Roada

    Thanx
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12-11-2004, 08:47 AM

Esameldin Abdelrahman

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    المشروع الحضاري علي الارض !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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12-11-2004, 09:15 AM

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    ربنا يرجعهم سالمات ببركة العيد العائد

    ويهدي سر الجماعه
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12-11-2004, 11:48 AM

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    عيد بأية حال عدت يا عيد.....
    مرة اعدام 28 ضابط من الجيش السوداني............ مرة قتل المئات من شباب الخدمة الالزامية غرقا ورميا بالرصاص و.............و..........و....................
    وبما انو أمنية العيد البنسمعا من ولدونا كل سنة وانتو طيبين وربنا يحقق الأماني....
    فان الأماني عيد جاي نفرح بيو بدون كوارث وفواجع... ننعم بالحرية والسلام..
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12-11-2004, 12:10 PM

Raja
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Re: بيان صحفي: اختطاف 13 سيدة وفتاة من معسكر "كالما" شرقي نيالا (Re: سماح سيد ادريس)

    الأعزاء:

    سماح..
    عصام..
    عباس..

    لقد تعودنا ومنذ 16 عاما ان تعطينا الإنقاذ عيدية حزن..

    استغرب اولئك المكابرين الذين ما زالوا يصرون انه لا يوجد عنف ولا اغتصاب في دارفور..

    إذن ماذا نسمي ما يحدث بالفعل..؟؟!!
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12-11-2004, 05:13 PM

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    استغرب اولئك المكابرين الذين ما زالوا يصرون انه لا يوجد عنف ولا اغتصاب في دارفور..

    إذن ماذا نسمي ما يحدث بالفعل..؟؟!!

    Dear Raja

    I ask my self the same question every now and then, why they do not get it? The fact is 90% of the people who live in Darfur have lost at least one from their family, last June I was in Lincoln Nebraska visiting my brother, there are 5 families from Darfur living in that remote city, in less than three weeks each one of these families got the news that they lost at least one of their beloved one in darfur, since it is a very small city, other people from the Sudan who live there has to go and give their condolences, one of the people that I met during that visit was Asaad Ibrahim, the well known member of the Sudanese On Line. Thank you Raja for the sympathy, and that is nice of you, the same is for every one who visited the post.........p

    (عدل بواسطة bakri abdalla on 12-11-2004, 05:24 PM)

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13-11-2004, 06:06 AM

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Re: بيان صحفي: اختطاف 13 سيدة وفتاة من معسكر "كالما" شرقي نيالا (Re: bakri abdalla)

    العزيز بكري..

    ســـلام..

    نعم.. نعيش هذه المأساة كل يوم.. ومع أقرب الأصدقاء.. ونشاهدها على قنوات العالم.. وهناك شهود من السودانيين انفسهم.. غير المنتمين للحركات المقاتلة في دارفور..

    ورغم هذا.. تظهر سيدة مثل رجاء حسن خليفة ممثلة المرأة في المؤتمر الوطني لتقول ان كل هذا من أجل الحصول على حق لجوء في الدول الغربية..

    انها كذبة.. قالوها فصدقوها ويريدون الآن تسويقها لنا.. وهي انه لا توجد مشكلة في دارفور.. وانها - دارفور - أرض إسلام وسلام..

    الرحمة لكل الذين غادرونا في هذه الحرب الظالمة.. والرحمة لكل نساء دارفور وهن يواجهن عدوا.. كافرا بالقيم والمثل والأخلاق..
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13-11-2004, 06:25 AM

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    الاخت

    رجاء

    كل سنة وانت طيبة
    والجميع بخير


    ولتكن هدفنا

    وامنيتنا

    وانشغالنا


    اناء الليل

    وكل النهار

    من اجل

    تفكيك هذا النظام الكابوس

    ودمتم
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15-11-2004, 09:43 AM

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    العزيز د. بشار..

    عيد سعيد..

    شكرا لك للمرور والدعوة الأمل..
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15-11-2004, 08:43 AM

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    SOAT

    Sudan Organisation Against Torture


    Human Rights Alert: 15 November 2004

    Darfur: Attack on Seraif and Kalma IDP Camp

    On 9 November 2004, a group of police and security forces launched an attack on Seraif IDP camp in Hay AlGeer, 4 km west of Nyala. The attack took place at approximately 11:30 pm. It is alleged that the police and security forces beat the IDPs, with sticks and used tear gas on the IDPs. During the attacks, some shelters and tents were destroyed. The IDPs were intimidated and faced threats to leave the camp. Reportedly, around 300 IDPs were wounded and another 100s were injured by the tear gas. The police arrested 20 IDP's; including two children aged 11 and 13, and one American Journalist. All those arrested were taken to Nyala Central (Wasat) police station and all of them have been charged under articles 51 (Waging War against the State), 58 (Abetment to Mutiny) and 69 (Disturbance of Public Peace) of the 1991 Penal Code. The 20 IDPs were allegedly subjected to torture by the police forces during the arrest and en-route from the camp to the police station. The names of the detainees are as follows:

    1. Mohamed Abdu Abdel Rahman, 43 yrs, Tanjour Tribe

    2. Bakheata Adam Fani, 75 yrs, Zaghawa

    3. Altahir Mohamed Hasabella, 53 yrs, Zaghawa

    4. Hooda Farda Abaker, 60 yrs, Zaghawa, (F)

    5. Fatima Moustafa Ahmed, 45 yrs, Zaghawa (F)

    6. Zaineb Mohamed Abdel Rahman, 33 yrs, Zaghawa (F)

    7. Hikma Ardaman Taj Aldean, 26 yrs, Zaghawa (F)

    8. Om Alfougara Adam, 29 yrs, Zaghawa (F)

    9. Awatif Ibraheam Ahmed, 13 yrs, Zaghawa, (F)

    10. Asha Musa, 65 yrs, Zaghawa (F)

    11. Dahbaya Ahmed Deyar, 40 yrs, Zaghawa, (F)

    12. Om Bosh Alnour Haneen, 47 yrs, Zaghawa (F)

    13. Hessain Gardea Abaker, 71 yrs, Zaghawa

    14. Isam Aldean Ali Idrees, 11 Yrs, Zaghawa

    15. Ibraheam Abaker, 45 yrs, Zaghawa

    16. Ahmed Abdel Kaream Shaw, 52 yrs, Zaghawa

    17. Hooda Shetta Kear, 65 Yrs, Zaghawa

    18. Ali Idreas Ali, 24 yrs, Zaghawa

    19. Abdella Yagoub Ishag, 25 yrs, Tama

    20. Khalid Alsayouti, 51 yrs, Ta'aisha

    21. Ramsfield Cadate, Journalist, American

    All of the detainee's abovementioned were released on bail on 10 November 2004. SOAT lawyers are to submit a request to the attorney general to bring the cases before the courts, and we will represent them before the court including the American journalist.

    In a separate incident, on 14 November 2004, at 3 am in the morning, the police forces in Kalma camp opened fire on the IDPs and in the air. It appears the shootings were intended to threatened and intimidate IDPs into complying with forced returns to their villages.

    In the attack, one minor and an adult were reportedly killed and 6 wounded. Among those wounded was an eight months old baby. The details of those killed and wounded are as follows:

    Killed

    1. Ishag musa Adam Haround, 15 yrs, resident in sentre 5

    2. Adam Abdel Aziz, 32 yrs, resident in centre 2

    Wounded

    1. Abu baker Idreas Abdel Shafi, 34 yrs, resident in centre 4

    2. Mohamed Abdle Majeed Adam, 6 yrs resident in centre 4

    3. Fatima Ismael Haroun, 33 yrs, resident in centre 4

    4. Meryem Younis Adam, 32 yrs, resident in centre 6

    5. Khadija Yagoub Abdella, 55 yrs

    6. Abdel nabi Adam Abdella, 8 months

    The 6 wounded IDPs have been hospitalised and receiving medical treatment at Nyala Hospital.


    Background

    There has been an escalation in violent attacks on IDPs in camps by security and police forces as part of strategic attempts to forcefully remove them from these camps back to their homes or to ‘safe designated areas’. The violence has resulted as many IDPs have refused to return to villages that are not their own original villages or to their own villages as heir villages remain unsafe. IDPs who have protested against these forced returns have been arrested, detained and tortured.

    On 15 August 2004, the police forces in conjunction with the security forces and armed forces arrested 50 IDPs from Kalma IDP camp, 17 kilometres east of Nyala, southern Darfur state. The 50 IDPs alleged that they were tortured by the armed forces during their arrest from the camp to extract their confession that the men encouraged and abetted the IDPs in the camp to refuse to return back to their village. The IDPs were trials began the following morning on 16 August and were sentenced on 17 August 2004 by the Public Order Court in Nyala to one month imprisonment and 20,000 Sudanese Dinars (US$70).

    Also On 31 July 2004, 22 IDPs from Kalma IDP camp were arrested and allegedly tortured by the National Security Agency (NSA) following attempts by the government to forcefully return people to their communities. The IDPs were charged under article 69 (public nuisance and disturbance) of the 1991 Penal Code. Their trial began on the same morning, 2 August 2004, at the Nyala Criminal Court and they were allowed to be represented by two lawyers, Mr. Mossad Ali and Mr. Mohamed Ali Hassan. At the end of the session, they were taken to Nyala General Prison; the next session was due to be held on 7 August 2004, the IDPs were sentenced to two months.

    SOAT believes that the action of the government security apparatus constitutes forceful relocation or return of IDPs and refugees which is against all international humanitarian laws and the Protocol Additional to the Geneva Conventions of 12 August 1949, and relating to the Protection of Victims of Non-International Armed Conflicts (Protocol II), 8 June 1977. Furthermore in the joint communiqué between the government of Sudan and the Secretary-General which is now enshrined in UN Security Council Resolution 1564 (2004) Adopted by the Security Council at its 5040th meeting, on 18 September 2004 stipulates under Section 3 Security that the GoS is “ensure that immediate action is taken to rebuild the confidence of the vulnerable population and that any return of the displaced to their homes is done in a truly voluntary manner in line with the current Humanitarian Ceasefire Agreement.” The much malign Humanitarian Ceasefire Agreement stipulates under Article 2 that all parties to the conflict must “Refrain from any act of violence or any other abuse on civilian populations”.

    SOAT condemns the continued violations of the ceasefire agreement and the employment of coercive methods to persuade IDPs to return to their homes and the forced return of IDP's to unsafe areas. SOAT strongly urges the international community and the GOS to:

    i. To investigate the attack on the IDP camp

    ii. To ensure a fair and just trial for those arrested

    Commit to the voluntary return of IDPs, ensure safe passage, and compensate IDPs for loss of livelihood caused by the arbitrary seizure of lands and to return these lands
    iv. Facilitate the immediate delivery of emergency supplies such as food and medicine to the severely affected villages

    v. The international community should get involved with the disarmament of militias in light of the GoS’s lack of serious commitment to reigning in the Janjaweed

    vi. Conduct an independent commission of inquiry into such crimes as war crimes and crime against humanity and genocide in Darfur, under the supervision of the African Union and the UN; to end the culture of impunity promoted by the GoS

    Guarantee respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms throughout the country in accordance with national laws and international human rights standards.

    The above recommendations should be sent in appeals to the following addresses:

    His Excellency Lieutenant General Omar Hassan al-Bashir
    President of the Republic of Sudan
    President' s Palace
    PO Box 281, Khartoum, Sudan
    Fax: + 249 183 783223

    Mr. Ali Mohamed Osman Yassin
    Minister of Justice and Attorney General
    Ministry of Justice
    Khartoum, Sudan
    Fax: + 249 183 788941

    Mr. Mustafa Osman Ismail
    Minister of Foreign Affairs
    Ministry of Foreign Affairs
    PO Box 873, Khartoum, Sudan
    Fax: + 249 183 779383

    Dr. Abdelmuneim Osman Mohamed Taha
    Advisory Council for Human Rights
    PO Box 302
    Khartoum, Sudan
    Fax: + 249 183 770883

    His Excellency Ambassador Mr. Mohamed Al- Hassan Ahmed Al-Haj
    Permanent Mission of the Republic of Sudan to the United Nations in Geneva,
    PO Box 335,
    1211 Geneva,
    Switzerland,
    Fax: +4122 731 26 56,
    E-mail: [email protected].

    SOAT is an international human rights organisation established in the UK in 1993. If you have any questions about this or any other SOAT information, please contact us:


    Argo House
    Kilburn Park Road
    London NW6 5LF, UK
    Tel: +44 (0)20 7625 8055
    Fax: +44 (0)20 7372 2656
    E-mail: [email protected]
    Website: www.soatsudan.org



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15-11-2004, 12:36 PM

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    لا حولا ولا قوة دا كلام صعب خلاس يا رجاء ، وربنا اجيب العواقب سليمة، تحيرني العلاقة بين انتهاك الارض والعرض واختطاف النساء اليافعات لاشباع شهوات العساكر والفاتحين ، وارتباطها بنظام السبي والحريم في عهد العباسيين والاتراك ولاشك ان غزاة الجبهة تغازل خيالهم تلك الصور المريضة ، ولكن لكل اجل حساب ..
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17-11-2004, 09:16 AM

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    الحبيبة عشة..

    كل عام وانتي وأسرتك بخير..




    أقول شنو..؟ انتي قلت كل الممكن يتقال..

    سلمتي..
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05-12-2004, 03:56 PM

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    SOAT

    Sudan Organisation Against Torture

    Human Rights Alert: 3 December 2004

    Kidnap and rape of Women and girls from Deraij IDP Camp


    The Darfur region continues to be deeply troubled with targeting and widespread violence against women and girls now a vital component of the conflict. On 30 November, 7 Internally Displaced women and girls (IDPs), one of which was pregnant, from Deraij camp, 4 km east of Nyala, southern Darfur state were attacked by an armed militia group allegedly in military uniform.

    The women and girls were fetching fire wood outside the camp in a place called Momo, 2 km north of Deraij IDP camp. The women were attacked, beaten with guns on their chest and #########. The women and girls were striped and armed militias kidnapped 3 of the women and girls to a nearby abandoned hut and raped them. The other four women and girls escaped and returned to the camp

    All of the 7 women and girls were seriously injured; initially all 7 received medical treatment at SOAT’s Amel Medical Centre in Nyala. Due to the seriousness of the injury sustained by one of them, she was transferred to Nyala hospital where she miscarried.

    The details of the three IDPs raped are as follows:

    Hawa Salih Khamis, 19 yrs, Dajo tribe
    Zahra Haroun Koursi, 30 yrs, Dajo tribe
    Fatima Saif Aldean Suliman, 15 yrs, Dajo tribe

    The IDPs that were beaten are as follows:

    Kaltoum Adam Mohamed
    Meryem Idrees Adam
    Zahra Issa Jar Alnabi
    Asha Mahmoud Abdalla

    The incident has been reported to the police forces in Nyala. SOAT expresses fears for the safety of the IDPs and is calling on the GoS to give assurances that these cases will be investigated and the perpetrators brought to justice.
    SOAT condemns the use of sexual violence against women and girls under any conditions and urges all parties to the conflict to cease perpetrating violence against girls and women and the continued violations of the ceasefire agreement and all subsequent agreements. SOAT urges the government of Sudan to:
    Immediately cease attacks on civilians and adhere to it commitments under the ceasefire agreement
    Investigate the kidnapping of the 7 women and girls and bring the perpetrators to justice Disarm armed militias immediately and any outlaws operating in the western Darfur region.
    End impunity for crimes committed by the Janjaweed militias in order to bring them to trial and apply the penal and/or administrative sanctions as provided by law.
    Guarantee respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms throughout the country in accordance with national laws and international human rights standards.
    SOAT also urges the United Nations, African Union and the international community to:
    To have expand the mandate of the African Union peace keeping forces to include the protection of civilians To investigate allegations of continued attacks on civilians. Including, allegations of rape or any other form of sexual violence
    To continue to exert pressure on all parties in the conflict to come to a peaceful settlement Guarantee respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms throughout the country in accordance with national laws and international human rights standards.

    The above recommendations should be sent in appeals to the following addresses:

    His Excellency Lieutenant General Omar Hassan al-Bashir
    President of the Republic of Sudan
    President' s Palace
    PO Box 281, Khartoum, Sudan
    Fax: + 249 183 783223

    Mr. Ali Mohamed Osman Yassin
    Minister of Justice and Attorney General
    Ministry of Justice
    Khartoum, Sudan
    Fax: + 249 183 788941

    Mr. Mustafa Osman Ismail
    Minister of Foreign Affairs
    Ministry of Foreign Affairs
    PO Box 873, Khartoum, Sudan
    Fax: + 249 183 779383

    Dr. Abdelmuneim Osman Mohamed Taha
    Advisory Council for Human Rights
    PO Box 302
    Khartoum, Sudan
    Fax: + 249 183 770883

    His Excellency Ambassador Mr. Mohamed Al- Hassan Ahmed Al-Haj
    Permanent Mission of the Republic of Sudan to the United Nations in Geneva,
    PO Box 335,
    1211 Geneva,
    Switzerland,
    Fax: +4122 731 26 56,
    E-mail: [email protected]

    SOAT is international human rights organisation established in the UK in 1993. If you have any questions about this or any other SOAT information, please contact us:
    Argo House
    Kilburn Park Road
    London NW6 5LF, UK
    Tel: +44 (0)20 7625 8055
    Fax: +44 (0)20 7372 2656
    E-mail: [email protected]

    Website: www.soatsudan.org



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06-12-2004, 05:55 PM

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    SOAT

    Sudan Organisation Against Torture


    Human Rights Alert: 6 December 2004

    Rape and torture of IDP Women and girls from Deraij Camp

    On 2 December 2004, Janjaweed (militias) attacked 8 women and girls from Deraij Internally Displaced (IDPs) camp, 4 km east of Nyala, southern Darfur state. The women and girls were fetching fire wood outside the camp in Torkong, north of Deraij IDP camp. All the IDPs were severely beaten and 3 were raped by the militias.

    The 8 women and girls received medical treatment at SOAT partner organisation in Nyala, the Amel Medical Centre for Rehabilitation of Torture Victims in Nyala. Amel Medical Centre’s lawyers, at the request of the IDP's, reported the incident to the police authorities in Nyala Central (Wasat) police station. However, the police refused to file the case. The women and girls were then transferred to Nyala hospital for examination and treatment. The women and girls were refused medical treatment because they did not have Police Form Number 8 (Police form for treatment for injuries caused by a criminal act) a requirement in Sudanese Law,

    The three IDPs who were raped were aged between 18 and 25, two from the Massalit tribe and one from the Fur tribe. The IDPs that were beaten are as follows:

    Jawahir Abdella, 10 yrs
    Safa Adam Ali, 11 yrs
    Mastoura Ibrahim Ahmed, 25 yrs
    Hawa Ahmed Ali, 30 yrs
    Husnea Ibrahim Ahmed, 25 yrs

    Background

    The Darfur region continues to be deeply troubled. The targeting and widespread violence against women and girls has become a major component of the conflict. On 30 November, 7 IDPs, one of which was pregnant, from Deraij camp were beaten and raped by an armed militia group allegedly in military uniform. The women and girls were fetching fire wood outside the camp in a place called Momo, north of Deraij IDP camp. All of the 7 women and girls were seriously injured; initially all 7 received medical treatment at SOAT’s Amel Medical Centre in Nyala. The pregnant IDP was transferred to Nyala hospital due to the seriousness of her injury where she miscarried. The incident has been reported to the police forces in Nyala.

    Female targeted violence in Darfur by all sides to the conflict has become a vital component of the war in line with the deteriorating insecurity in the Darfur region. Whilst some areas in the Darfur region has seen a slow down in violence, the targeting of female IDPs have increased dramatically highlighting these group vulnerability to violence. Women and girls are being systematically targeted by militias with impunity for beatings, torture and rape whilst fetching water and wood fire outside IDP camps. SOAT urges the government of Sudan to prosecute those accused of violence against females and to hold them accountable for their actions.

    Violence against women and girls are violations of the most fundamental human rights. Article 4c of the Declaration on the Elimination of Violence against Women requires states to “exercise due diligence to prevent, investigate and, in accordance with national legislation, punish acts of violence against women, whether those acts are perpetrated by the State or by private persons.” Furthermore under article 4, states are required to provide “women who are subjected to violence with access to the mechanisms of justice and, as provided for by national legislation, to just and effective remedies for the harm that they have suffered”. SOAT strongly condemns the use of sexual violence against women and girls under any conditions and is calling on all parties to the conflict to cease perpetrating violence against girls and women and the continued violations of the ceasefire agreement and all subsequent agreements.

    SOAT urges the government of Sudan to:

    Immediately cease attacks on civilians and adhere to it commitments under the ceasefire agreement

    Investigate the kidnapping of the 8 women and girls and bring the perpetrators to justice

    Disarm armed militias immediately and any outlaws operating in the western Darfur region.

    End impunity for crimes committed by the Janjaweed militias in order to bring them to trial and apply the penal and/or administrative sanctions as provided by law.

    Guarantee respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms throughout the country in accordance with national laws and international human rights standards.

    SOAT also urges the United Nations, African Union and the international community to:
    To have expand the mandate of the African Union peace keeping forces to include the protection of civilians
    To investigate allegations of continued attacks on civilians. Including, allegations of rape or any other form of sexual violence
    To continue to exert pressure on all parties in the conflict to come to a peaceful settlement

    Guarantee respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms throughout the country in accordance with national laws and international human rights standards.

    The above recommendations should be sent in appeals to the following addresses:

    His Excellency Lieutenant General Omar Hassan al-Bashir
    President of the Republic of Sudan
    President' s Palace
    PO Box 281, Khartoum, Sudan
    Fax: + 249 183 783223

    Mr. Ali Mohamed Osman Yassin
    Minister of Justice and Attorney General
    Ministry of Justice
    Khartoum, Sudan
    Fax: + 249 183 788941

    Mr. Mustafa Osman Ismail
    Minister of Foreign Affairs
    Ministry of Foreign Affairs
    PO Box 873, Khartoum, Sudan
    Fax: + 249 183 779383

    Dr. Abdelmuneim Osman Mohamed Taha
    Advisory Council for Human Rights
    PO Box 302
    Khartoum, Sudan
    Fax: + 249 183 770883

    His Excellency Ambassador Mr. Mohamed Al- Hassan Ahmed Al-Haj
    Permanent Mission of the Republic of Sudan to the United Nations in Geneva,
    PO Box 335,
    1211 Geneva,
    Switzerland,
    Fax: +4122 731 26 56,
    E-mail: [email protected]


    SOAT is international human rights organisation established in the UK in 1993. If you have any questions about this or any other SOAT information, please contact us:


    Argo House
    Kilburn Park Road
    London NW6 5LF, UK
    Tel: +44 (0)20 7625 8055
    Fax: +44 (0)20 7372 2656
    E-mail: [email protected]

    Website: www.soatsudan.org



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    SOAT

    Sudan Organisation Against Torture

    Human Rights Alert: 6 December 2004

    Forced Disappearance of Fur and Dajo tribe Members

    On 28 November 2004, the armed forces and the Janjaweed (militias) in Land Rovers arrested 19 people ranging in age from 21 to 85 belonging to the Fur and Dajo tribe from their homes and the streets of Adwa village, 47 km North of Nyala, Southern Darfur state. According to eye witness reports, the armed forces and the Janjaweed militias took the 19 men in cars (Land cruisers). The whereabouts of the men are unknown and their families have been denied access. Their families believe the arrest and incommunicado detention of the 19 people are part of the forced disappearances taking place in Darfur.

    The details of the men are as follows:

    Adam Omer Idrees, 42 yrs
    Adam Ali Ateam, 85 yrs
    Abdel Aziz Mohamed Abdella, 22 yrs
    Abdella Tairab Saif Aldean, 21 yrs
    Abdella Yousif Tairab, 23 yrs
    Adam Suliman Abaker, 50 yrs
    Ibraheam Abaker Osman, 41 yrs
    Idrees Adam Abdella, 55 yrs
    Mohamed Fadul Abdella, 85
    Yahya Ateam Adam, 62 yrs
    Hamid Abdel rahman Mohamed, 52 yrs
    Ibraheam Mohamed Hussein, 65 yrs
    Adam Hussein Abdella, 70 yrs
    Adam Ahmed Mohamed, 38 yrs
    Ishag Ahmed Mohamed Nour, 50 yrs
    Abdella Adam Hamad, 48 yrs
    Abdella Adam Abdella, 52 yrs
    Mohamed Ahmed Abdella, 38 yrs
    Ibraheam Suliman Adam, 27 yrs

    SOAT expresses fears for the safety of the 19 people and is calling on the GoS to give assurances that they will not be tortured or ill-treated.

    SOAT strongly condemns the continued attacks and terrorisation of civilians in Darfur and urges the Government of Sudan to
    i:Immediately cease attacks on civilians and adhere to it commitments under the ceasefire agreement
    ii. Take all necessary measures to ensure the physical and psychological integrity of all the detainees
    iii. To allow detainees immediate and unrestricted access to their family and any medical treatment that they may need
    iv. Order the immediate release of all the detainees in the absence of valid legal charges, or if legitimate charges exist, bring them before an impartial tribunal and guarantee procedural rights at all times.
    v. Disarm the Janjaweed militias immediately and any outlaws operating in the western Darfur region.

    The above recommendations should be sent in appeals to the following
    addresses:

    His Excellency Lieutenant General Omar Hassan al-Bashir
    President of the Republic of Sudan
    President' s Palace
    PO Box 281, Khartoum, Sudan
    Fax: + 249 183 783223

    Mr. Ali Mohamed Osman Yassin
    Minister of Justice and Attorney General
    Ministry of Justice
    Khartoum, Sudan
    Fax: + 249 183 788941

    Mr. Mustafa Osman Ismail
    Minister of Foreign Affairs
    Ministry of Foreign Affairs
    PO Box 873, Khartoum, Sudan
    Fax: + 249 183 779383

    Dr. Abdelmuneim Osman Mohamed Taha
    Advisory Council for Human Rights
    PO Box 302
    Khartoum, Sudan
    Fax: + 249 183 770883

    His Excellency Ambassador Mr. Mohamed Al- Hassan Ahmed Al-Haj,
    Permanent Mission of the Republic of Sudan to the United Nations in Geneva,
    PO Box 335,
    1211 Geneva,
    Switzerland,
    Fax: +4122 731 26 56,
    E-mail: [email protected].

    SOAT is an international human rights organisation established in the UK in 1993. If you have any questions about this or other SOAT information, please contact us at:

    SOAT

    Argo House
    Kilburn Park Road
    London NW6 5LF, UK
    Tel: +44 (0)20 7625 8055
    Fax: +44 (0)20 7372 2656
    E-mail: [email protected]
    Website: www.soatsudan.org



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