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Save Darfur Coalition


    Save Darfur Coalition


    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

    Diverse Coalition Issues Unity Statement and Call to Action
    on Sudan

    Media Contacts:
    David Rubenstein
    202-368-6100 or [email protected]

    Ronni Strongin
    212-273-1657 or [email protected]

    (New York, NY…August 2, 2004) The Save Darfur Coalition, comprised of a broadly diverse group of faith-based, humanitarian and human rights organizations, has issued a Unity Statement and Call to Action in response to the massive humanitarian and human rights crisis in Darfur, Sudan. The purpose of the statement and of the newly formed Coalition is to raise public awareness and to mobilize North Americans and members of the international community to respond to and help end the atrocities that threaten the lives of two million people in the region.

    The Save Darfur Coalition presently consists of more than 70 organizations, including representation from all the major faiths and the Sudanese community, as well as a number of humanitarian and human rights organizations. Save Darfur will pursue several united actions to help stop the displacement of the ethnic tribal Africans, end the crimes against humanity and provide massive humanitarian support. In addition to the Unity Statement, which can be found in its entirety below, the Coalition is organizing a national Interfaith Day of Conscience on Wednesday, August 25 in churches, synagogues, mosques and community centers throughout the country.

    The Coalition began on July 14 when the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum and American Jewish World Service organized a Darfur Emergency Summit at the CUNY Graduate Center in Manhattan featuring Holocaust survivor and Nobel Peace Prize-winner Elie Wiesel. Mr. Wiesel inspired the group with his impassioned remarks about the suffering being inflicted on Darfurians: "How can I hope to move people from indifference if I remain indifferent to the plight of others? I cannot stand idly by or all my endeavors will be unworthy."

    To learn more about the crisis in Sudan and further actions people can take, or to add your group to the Coalition, contact David Rubenstein at 202-368-6100 or any of the member groups listed below. Additionally, the Save Darfur Coalition is building a Web site due to launch by the end of this week: www.savedarfur.org.


    (more)Faith-based, Humanitarian and Human Rights Organizations Unite to Respond to
    Massive Crisis in Darfur, Sudan

    UNITY STATEMENT AND CALL TO ACTION

    The emergency in Sudan's western region of Darfur presents the starkest challenge to the world since the Rwanda genocide in 1994. A government-backed Arab militia known as Janjaweed has been engaging in campaigns to displace and wipe out communities of African tribal farmers.

    Villages have been razed, women and girls are systematically raped and branded, men and boys murdered, and food and water supplies targeted and destroyed. Government aerial bombardments support the Janjaweed by hurling explosives as well as barrels of nails, car chassis and old appliances from planes to crush people and property. Tens of thousands have died. Well over a million people have been driven from their homes, and only in the past few weeks have humanitarian agencies gained limited access to some of the affected region.

    Mukesh Kapila, the former United Nations humanitarian coordinator for Sudan, said on March 19 that the violence in Darfur is "more than a conflict, it's an organized attempt to do away with one set of people." The U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum has issued its first ever genocide emergency. John Prendergast of International Crisis Group warns, "We have not yet hit the apex of the crisis."

    The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) estimates that 350,000 people or more could die in the coming months. Ongoing assessments by independent organizations such as Medecins sans Frontieres (Doctors without Borders) suggest that USAID's estimate may be conservative. If aid is denied or unavailable, as many as a million people could perish.

    Lives are hanging in the balance on a massive scale.

    Call to Action

    We commend the efforts of the U.S. government in brokering a peace deal to end the gruesome 21-year Civil War in the South and its generous pledge of $300 million in U.S. humanitarian aid. We also applaud the recent visits of Secretary of State Colin Powell and United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan to the region of Darfur to assess the atrocities human rights organizations are calling the worst humanitarian crisis in the world today. And we congratulate Congress for taking decisive legislative action. But we must not wait for a legal determination of "genocide" to ensure a massive worldwide humanitarian response and call to end the violence and investigate crimes against humanity.

    As Elie Wiesel passionately declared at our Darfur Emergency Summit on July 14, "the perils of indifference enable killers to kill and tormentors to torment…we cannot stand idly by [the crimes against humanity being committed in Sudan] or all our endeavors will be unworthy…We must act." We therefore call on people of conscience everywhere to take any and all actions permitted by each individual's or organization's abilities and constraints to:
    encourage worldwide efforts to stop the displacement and end the crimes against humanity
    demand massive worldwide governmental humanitarian support and access to match the need
    help in the relief efforts by supporting organizations giving aid
    promote efforts to rebuild villages and return the displaced
    call for a UN Commission of Inquiry to investigate war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide

    (more)

    This statement is hereby signed and endorsed by the leaders of faith-based, humanitarian and human rights organizations joining together as the Save Darfur Coalition.

    Tommy Calvert
    American Anti-Slavery Group

    Tony Hileman
    American Humanist Association

    David A. Harris
    American Jewish Committee

    Ruth W. Messinger
    American Jewish World Service

    Dr. William F. Schulz
    Amnesty International USA

    Barbara B. Balser
    Abraham H. Foxman
    Anti-Defamation League
     
    Archbishop Khajag Barsamian
    Bishop Vicken Aykazian
    The Armenian Church of America

    Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf
    ASMA Society: American Sufi Muslim Association

    Reverend David Beckmann
    Bread for the World

    Reverend Alan Senauke
    Buddhist Peace Fellowship

    Arsalan Iftikhar
    CAIR: Council on American-Islamic Relations

    Norman L. Epstein M.D.
    CASTS: Canadians Against Slavery and Torture in Sudan  
     
    Rabbi Paul J. Menitoff
    Central Conference of American Rabbis
     
    Dr. John Eibner
    Reverend Dr. Keith Roderick
    Christian Solidarity International

    Faith J. H. McDonnell
    Church Alliance for a New Sudan, Institute on Religion and Democracy

    Reverend John McCullough
    Church World Service

    Aaron M. Knight
    Citizens for Global Solutions

    Rabbi Marla J. Feldman
    Commission on Social Action of Reform Judaism
      
    Mansour Kane
    The Committee for the Defense of Human Rights in Mauritania

    Reverend Ronald D. Witherup, SS
    Reverend Ted Keating, SM
    Reverend Stan De Boe, OSST
    Conference of Major Superiors of Men

    James S. Tisch
    Malcolm Hoenlein
    Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations
    Suliman Giddo
    Darfur Peace and Development

    Reverend Jeffrey Haggray
    District of Columbia Baptist Convention

    Rabbi Saul J. Berman
    Edah

    Edward W. Stowe III
    Friends Committee on National Legislation

    Adam Taylor
    Global Justice

    Naim Baig
    Mohammed Tariq Rahman
    ICNA: Islamic Circle of North America

    (more)


    Gareth Evans
    International Crisis Group

    Sharon Cohn
    International Justice Mission

    Lavinia Limon
    IRSA/USCR: Immigration and Refugee Services of America/U.S. Committee for Refugees

    Dr. Fatten El-Komy
    Omar Moad
    Islamic American Relief Agency

    Felice D. Gaer
    Jacob Blaustein Institute for the Advancement of Human Rights

    Marie Abrams
    Hannah Rosenthal
    Martin Raffel
    Jewish Council for Public Affairs
     
    Joyce Neu
    Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice

    Constance Phelps, SCL
    Carole Shinnick, SSND
    Marie Lucey, OSF
    Leadership Conference of Women Religious

    Kathryn Wolford
    Lutheran World Relief

    H. Eric Schockman, Ph.D
    MAZON: A Jewish Response To Hunger
    Mahdi Bray
    Muslim American Society Freedom Foundation
    Reverend Richard Cizik
    National Association of Evangelicals
    Reverend Anthony Evans
    National Black Church Initiative
    Reverend Robert Edgar
    Dr. Antonios Kireopoulos
    National Council of the Churches of Christ in the USA

    Dr. Robert C. Henderson
    National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of the United States
    Anne Curtis
    Maureen Fenlon
    NETWORK: A National Catholic Social Justice Lobby

    David Robinson
    Pax Christi USA
     
    Louise Diamond
    The Peace Company

    Holly Atkinson
    Physicians for Human Rights

    Reverend Peter Laarman
    Progressive Christians Uniting

    Daniel Sokatch
    Progressive Jewish Alliance

    Rabbi Perry Raphael Rank
    The Rabbinical Assembly
     
    Rabbi Richard Hirsh
    The Reconstructionist Rabbinical Association

    Rabbi David Saperstein
    Mark J. Pelavin
    Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism

    Mohamed Yahya
    Representatives of the Massaleit Community in Exile

    Ricken Patel
    Res Publica

    Jim Wallis
    Sojourners

    Daniel Nagashima
    Soka Gakkai International USA Buddhist Association

    (more)

    Sabit Alley
    South Sudanese Community in America

    Reverend Walter Fauntroy
    Joe Madison
    Sudan Campaign

    Elnour Adam
    Sudan Peace Advocates Network

    Morris W. Offit
    John Ruskay
    UJA-Federation of New York

    Rabbi Eric Yoffie
    Union for Reform Judaism

    Rabbi Tzvi Hersh Weinreb
    Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America
     
    Reverend William G. Sinkford
    Unitarian Universalist Association

    Charlie Clements
    Unitarian Universalist Service Committee

    Robert Goldberg
    Morton B. Plant
    Stephen Hoffman
    United Jewish Communities
     
    Fr. Michael A. Perry, O.F.M.
    United States Conference of Catholic Bishops

    Fred S. Zeidman
    Tom A. Bernstein
    Sara J. Bloomfield
    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

    Rabbi Jerome Epstein
    Mark Waldman
    United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism

    Avrum Rosensweig
    Ve'ahavta: The Canadian Jewish Humanitarian and Relief Committee
     
    Sandra K. Krause
    Women's Commission for Refugee Women and Children

    Shelley Lindauer
    Women of Reform Judaism

    Richard M. Joel
    Yeshiva University
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