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OHCHR: Women raped and kept as sex slaves following the December 2006 attacks on Deribat

08-21-2007, 02:38 PM

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OHCHR: Women raped and kept as sex slaves following the December 2006 attacks on Deribat

    20 August 2007

    Eighth periodic report
    of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights
    on the human rights situation in the Sudan


    Women abducted, raped and kept as sex slaves
    following the December 2006 attacks on Deribat

    (1)
    Issued by the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights in cooperation with the United Nations Mission in Sudan
    1. The Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) issued a public report in April 2007 focusing on details of the attacks on Deribat and eight other villages in East Jebel Marra, South Darfur in late December 2006. The villages were attacked by Government and allied militias on land and by air. Local sources reported 36 civilian deaths. The April 2007 report focused on a number of specific cases of sexual assault including abduction and rape.
    2. This report, issued by OHCHR in cooperation with the United Nations Mission in Sudan (UNMIS), is a follow up to the April 2007 report and contains additional information gathered from victims, witnesses and subsequent field missions. While other human rights violations were committed this report focuses on cases of sexual and gender based violence. It benefits from the systematic documentation by UNMIS Human Rights of human rights violations over the period December 2006 to May 2007. In May 2007 UNMIS Human Rights conducted a field mission to East Jebel Marra to further investigate the attacks. During the field mission human rights officers interviewed former inhabitants of Deribat who were present during the attacks, including women who were among those abducted and raped. Similar attacks, abduction and rape by militia and Government forces in East Jebel Marra had earlier been reported in 2004.
    3. Despite a difficult security situation, human rights officers were able to interview a significant number of victims and witnesses. Interviews were conducted independently and individual testimony by each witness was systematically corroborated. UNMIS Human Rights also interviewed a number of other secondary witnesses who provided useful complementary testimonies. Initial conclusions of the investigation were presented to local authorities in Nyala, South Darfur. No investigations were carried out by the authorities.
    4. According to witnesses, the attack began early in the morning of 26 December 2006, when armed men on horses and camels, accompanied by at least three vehicles and an aircraft, attacked the village. “There was a plane or helicopter in the air. We were scattering in the mountains when the plane approached and once the plane had left, we would come back again”, one witness said. Although it has been difficult to determine the exact number of attackers, witnesses estimated their number at several hundreds. As soon as the attacks started, people began fleeing Deribat, seeking refuge in the nearby hills.
    5. According to testimonies some women were abducted in small groups by different armed men at various locations including Deribat market. One witness, supported by multiple additional witness statements, indicated “The attackers collected many women from the town and took them to a wadi (stream) between Kutur and Deribat”. According to inquiries made by human rights officers approximately 50 women and many children were forcibly taken to the wadi (stream). All of the abductees were from Deribat and most were from the Fur tribe. The attackers are reported to have pitched tents in the wadi and the abducted women and children were forced to remain in the middle of the camp to prevent them from escaping.
    6. Interviews indicate that the abducted women were systematically raped. One witness stated “they were raped by any man who wanted. Whenever any man came to them, the women were supposed to comply, otherwise they were badly beaten”. Another woman abducted with her sixteen year old daughter described how women were raped in front of each other. Women who took time to take their clothes off were slapped and forced to the ground. If a woman continued to resist, she would be beaten with sticks. One witness described how she tried to escape but was caught and tied with a rope for three days; she said “I was raped by three men while my hands were tied and my legs were only opened for the rape”. The victims that UNMIS Human Rights interviewed were from the ages of 25 to 40. The women and children were held by the abductors for approximately one month.
    7. The multiple rapes by many of the attackers led to grave health risks from the consequent physical injuries and psychological trauma. A number of women became pregnant as a result of the rape, with pregnancy and delivery further risking the health of physically injured mothers. Some women are reported to have sought abortions, again resulting in serious health risks. Other women, who were already pregnant at the time of the abduction, gave birth under dire conditions.
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08-21-2007, 02:39 PM

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    8. Mothers and children received inadequate food and no medical attention during the abduction period. Some children were beaten by their abductors and they were exposed to the traumatic scenes of rape. “They often watched what happened to their mothers”, according to one witness. One abducted woman reported “I was abducted together with my sixteen year old daughter. The girl was also raped and became really sick”. After the incident, the girl traveled to a village seeking medical treatment. She is still sick and in that village as it is difficult to bring her to the mountains in her current condition. The same mother also reported that her three young sons who had fled the attack were later caught and killed in Deribat. “They were slaughtered”, she told UNMIS Human Rights.
    9. No formal medical treatment was available to any of the abducted persons, who relied only on traditional medicine, when available. During their abduction, women were forced to cook and serve food for their abductors. The abducted women and children were given insufficient food, receiving only the leftovers, but were afraid to ask for more because of fear of mistreatment.
    10. According to witnesses interviewed by UNMIS Human Rights, some women managed to escape only when SLA factions fought with the abductors during another attack. The Jebel Marra region has been the stronghold of SLA/Abdul Wahid. “There were attacks and we fled in different directions”. The survivors described the fighters who attacked their abductors’ positions as “our sons from Rokero and other villages”. The Rokero area is known to be under SLA Abdul Wahid faction control.
    11. In this report, the main armed groups responsible for the attacks, rape and abduction of the women are listed. In addition to the Popular Defense Forces (PDF), some of the information gathered identified that the attackers were from the Abu Gasim faction who are from the Fur tribe but who are currently aligned with the Government. Witnesses indicated that the abduction, rape and other human rights violations that continued throughout the period were committed by the same group of men who conducted the actual attack. Witnesses report that some of the attackers were wearing khaki or green uniforms while others wore blue camouflaged uniforms, and were armed with swords, sticks, machetes or guns. Witnesses report that some of the attackers spoke in Arabic, in contrast to the Fur language spoken by most of the women. Many of the attackers were described as light skinned, while others were dark skinned implying that there were both Arabs and people from African origin. In some cases but not all, language, complexion and other descriptions can link persons to a certain area or tribal or militia affiliation, but under no circumstances should these factors alone be conclusive indicators for criminal responsibility.
    12. UNMIS Human Rights gathered information indicating that the following persons may share criminal responsibility, possibly including leading or authorizing the attacks on Deribat and the abduction and abuse of the women.
    • Ali Mohammed Hussein, a former SAF Sergeant. He is currently the PDF commander in Gardood PDF base, 65-70 km northwest of Nyala.
    • Hamid Mohammed Hamdan, alias “Juma Dogolo”, militia commander from Arab Mahamid side in Gardood militia base.
    • Yousif Ali Yousif, of the Beni Mansor, is the overall PDF coordinator at Malam since 2004. He allegedly coordinates all the attacks launched in the Deribat area. He is based in Nyala and his physical presence during these attacks and the aftermath was not established. However, as the alleged coordinator of the whole offensive, he is believed to have knowledge of the events that occurred during and after the attack.
    13. Consistent reports also indicate that the attackers included some Fur men who allegedly belonged to the SLA/Abu Gasim faction. Abu Gasim was a former field commander with Abdul Wahid who is supported by the Government after signing a deal with them in November 2006. On 21 February 2007, President Bashir appointed Abu Gasim as the Governor of West Darfur State.
    14. Reports indicate that the attackers from the Saada, Hotiya, Mahamid and Taalba tribes were based in the Gardood militia camp, northwest of Nyala, South Darfur. Attackers from the Beni Mansor, Awlad Zaid, Saada and
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08-21-2007, 02:40 PM

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    some other Arab tribes were from the Malam PDF camp, about 120 km northeast of Nyala; and the Abu Gasim faction were stationed, along with regular Government forces, at Dobo Al Madrassa and Dobo Al Omda.
    15. The pattern of past attacks and abductions in Jebel Marra suggests that victims in Deribat were targeted because the Fur community in Jebel Marra has been perceived as sympathizers of the SLA/Abdul Wahid or SLA/Abdul Shafi factions, which are considered two of the main anti-Darfur Peace Agreement (DPA) factions and mainly composed of Fur fighters and based in Jebel Marra.1
    16. A full legal qualification of alleged violations and crimes committed in Deribat is reinforced if the attack is examined in the light of other similar attacks. A widespread and systematic pattern of abuse has been established where the Government fails to protect its civilians.
    17. For example, a 25 year old Fur woman was interviewed by UNMIS Human Rights in March 2006 in Kalma camp in Nyala, South Darfur. She reported that she had been abducted from Brojo village near Rokero in East Jebel Marra in February 2004, describing her perpetrators as “Janjaweed”, some of whom were in camouflage and green uniforms and some in civilian clothes. The witness indicated that 63 women were abducted from East Jebel Marra and taken to Nyala airport and from there in a green aircraft to Alobeid, in Kordofan. Then they were taken to Al Nihud in Kordofan for eight months. “Women were divided among their attackers. I was given to a man called Sanosi Haroun. He later took me to Buram town south of Kadugli”. The women were kept as sex slaves. One woman who was abducted with her three year old daughter later gave birth to twins conceived from the abductor. She managed to escape in the beginning of 2006.
    18. The Jebel Marra region has been the stronghold of SLA/Abdul Wahid and consequently has witnessed a multitude of attacks by Government forces and allied militias. This pattern of mass abduction which reportedly started at the beginning of the conflict in 2003/2004 still seems to be occurring. The African Union has no presence in Jebel Marra as they consider it unsafe leaving the civilian population unprotected and at the mercy of attackers. Furthermore, most International Non-Governmental Organizations (INGOs) pulled out of the area when the attacks started in November and December 2006. Only a few INGOs have returned to the area since then.
    19. Furthermore, most areas in East Jebel Marra are inaccessible and women are further vulnerable due to the lack of security and humanitarian assistance. The women are unaware of what they should do in such incidents, including receiving medical treatment. Due to the insecurity in the vicinity, the isolation of this area also contributes to the gross violations of human rights which remain unreported.
    Acts committed
    20. According to the information gathered by UNMIS Human Rights during its interviews, a series of violations have been committed that constitute both violations of international human rights law and international humanitarian law. Some of these may also constitute war crimes.
    21. Rape: sexual violence is prohibited under the prohibition of torture and cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment. If rape, sexual slavery, or any other form of sexual violence of comparable gravity are committed as part of a widespread or systematic attack directed against civilians, the above-listed forms of sexual violence can constitute a crime against humanity, and potentially fall within the jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court (ICC). Committing rape, sexual slavery or any other form of sexual violence also constituting a serious violation of common article 3 of the Geneva Conventions in the course of a non-international armed conflict is a war crime pursuant to the Statute of the ICC.
    1 There are currently three SLA factions controlling Jebel Marra: SLA/Abdul Shafi (non-DPA signatory) controls mainly areas north of Jebel Marra, including Deribat Town and the villages north of Deribat. SLA/Abdul Wahid (non-DPA signatory) controls mainly south-western Jebel Marra, including Feina, Lieba, Gobo, Saboon-AlFagur, Gorlanj-banj, Torontonga, Golol, Kutorum, Baldong, and Golol; SLA/Abu Gasim (Government ally) controls mainly the eastern Jebel Marra area.
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08-21-2007, 02:41 PM

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    22. Abduction: the practice of abduction can violate numerous human rights, including the right to liberty and security of the person. The prohibition of abduction is understood to be absolute, even in times of emergency. See Human Rights Committee General Comment No. 29 on States of Emergency (Article 4) at para. 13(b). Abduction of civilians also constitutes a violation of international humanitarian law when the crime is committed in the context of an armed conflict. Beatings and other mistreatment: the beatings and other mistreatment of the women and children during the period of the abduction could amount to torture, or cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment under international criminal law, and could constitute cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment under international human rights law. International humanitarian law applicable in non-international armed conflict namely common article 3 to the Geneva Conventions similarly prohibits physical abuse and mistreatment of civilians.
    Responsibility
    23. Under international law, the Government of the Sudan accrues responsibility for the actions of its armed forces and other informal, allied forces that fight alongside its side. In the Government’s response to the Human Rights Council’s Experts Group June 2007 Recommendations2, the Government acknowledged that the Deribat territory was outside of Governmental control and the conflict is between movements that are not parties to the Abuja Agreement. The Government thereby attempted to attribute the violations to rebel factions engaged in fighting with each other. However, the information gathered by UNMIS Human Rights strongly indicates that PDF and members of Abu Gasim’s men were involved in the attacks and subsequent abduction and rape of women. Under international criminal law, individuals who participate in serious human rights abuses and/or have command responsibilities for those abuses are also subject to criminal prosecution. In the attacks on Deribat in late December 2006, there are clear indications that Government personnel participated in these attacks. This is evident through witness testimony, the use of Government air and ground support in the attacks, and other consistent testimonies that PDF members participated in the Deribat attacks. The PDF is a legally constituted branch of Sudan’s military. The mandate of the PDF derives from the Popular Defence Forces Act of 1989, which defines the PDF as ‘Paramilitary forces’. The PDF is described as a citizen force which is provided with military training and mobilized on the demand of the army. Article 6 of the Act states that the functions of the PDF are to ‘assist the People’s Armed Forces and other regular forces whenever needed’, ‘contribute to the defence of the nation and help to deal with crises and public disasters’ and perform ‘any other task entrusted to them by the Commander-in-Chief himself or pursuant to a recommendation of the Council.’
    24. There are also consistent reports that members of a militia under the command of Hamid Mohammed Hamdan were fighting alongside these Government forces. Additionally, members of the Abu Gasim faction were allegedly involved in the attack. The Abu Gasim faction in November 2006 signed a political agreement aligning itself with the Government; and Abu Gasim became the Governor of West Darfur in February 2007. It is under these circumstances that Deribat was attacked and that approximately 50 women were abducted and taken to an area under the control of the Government where militias were present. Many of the women were then raped and kept as sex slaves for about one month.
    Recommendations
    • The Government and rebel factions must cease all attacks against civilians, especially women and children.
    • The Government should protect the safety of victims and witnesses.
    • The Government should issue immediate clear instructions to all troops under its command including PDF and other militias that rape and other forms of sexual violence will not be tolerated; that they constitute war crimes.
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08-21-2007, 02:43 PM

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    • The Government should establish an independent body to investigate abduction, rape and sexual slavery committed in the region. Those suspected of being responsible should be brought to justice in trials that meet international standards of fairness. The results of the investigation should be made public.
    • The Government should suspend immediately, pending investigations, any member of the Sudanese Armed Forces suspected of having committed or ordered rape, abduction and other forms of sexual violence.
    • The Government should ensure full reparations, including compensation, restitution, rehabilitation, satisfaction and guarantees of non-repetition for victims of human rights abuses, including rape and sexual violence, and for the relatives of those unlawfully abducted and killed.
    • The Government should undertake to review its legislation, in particular articles 145 and 149 of the 1991 Criminal Code, so that women are not deterred from reporting rape by fears that their claims will be associated with the crime of adultery.
    • The Government should ensure implementation of the National Action Plan to combat violence against women in Darfur, and its extension to the rest of the country.
    In addition, it is recommended that:
    • The African Union maintains a presence in the area; this should be negotiated with the non signatories.
    • The international community should assist in establishing reproductive health clinics in the area, provide an adequate number of post rape kits and ensure counseling facilities are made available for survivors.

    End of report
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    Tuesday, 21 August 2007, 16:41 GMT 17:41 UK

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/africa/6957329.stm

    Deadly clashes in camp in Darfur

    Kalma is one of Darfur's most volatile camps for displaced people
    A police officer has been killed and four people have been injured in clashes in Kalma camp in Darfur, Sudan's UK ambassador has told the BBC.
    Omar Seddeek said rebels have been infiltrating camps in Darfur and said some were trying to provoke the security forces into an armed conflict.

    A Kalma camp spokesman told Reuters news agency that government soldiers had surrounded the camp around dawn.

    Some 2m people have been displaced by the four-year conflict in Darfur.

    'Human shields'

    Correspondents say Kalma - with a population of some 90,000 residents - is one of Darfur's most volatile camps and has been the scene of riots and kidnappings in the past.



    "At 6am the government of Sudan moved 2,000 soldiers to surround the camp," Kalma camp spokesman Abu Sharrad is quoted as saying.

    The move follows attacks in the past week on police posts in South Darfur, Reuters reports.

    Mr Seddeek told the BBC's Arabic service that rebels were using the camps' residents as human shields.

    He said there would be an inquiry into Tuesday's violence.

    A 26,000-strong UN and African Union peacekeeping force is to be deployed to the region by the end of the year to help the 7,000-strong AU force that has failed to stem the violence in the region.

    Earlier this month, most of Darfur's rebel groups agreed on a common position and called for talks with Sudan's government within two or three months.


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08-21-2007, 08:14 PM

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    Quote: “They often watched what happened to their mothers”, according to one witness. One abducted woman reported “I was abducted together with my sixteen year old daughter. The girl was also raped and became really sick”.


    What a horrific crime....!
    What these children have seen and witnessed will stay with them forever...


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08-21-2007, 10:15 PM

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    د.ندي علي لك التحية و مرحبأ بالعودة مجددأ ..

    شكرأ لنقل تقرير مفوضية حقوق الانسان و الذي يكشف ان الجرائم لا زالت ترتكب
    و بكل عنجهية ووحشية تجاه الابرياء ..و اضيف مع الاخ د.محمد القاضي ..
    ان بقاء تلك الصور الفظيعة في ذاكرة الاطفال سيشكل اكبر تحدي للسلم الاجتماعي
    في دارفور ..قد يتم توقيع وريقات السلام السياسي في دارفور ..لكن تحقيق
    السلم الاجتماعي لن يكون في القريب المنظور ..

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    الأمم المتحدة تدين جرائم حرب في دارفور 21/08/2007

    جنيف – ا ف ب


    الفئات الرئيسية للخبر
    أخر الأخبار

    قال تقرير للامم المتحدة نشر الثلاثاء ان عسكريين وافراد ميليشيات موالية للحكومة السودانية يمكن ان تتم احالتهم على المحكمة الجنائية الدولية بتهمة ارتكاب جرائم حرب وجرائم ضد الانسانية في هجمات وقعت في كانون الاول/ديسمبر الماضي في منطقة دربات في دارفور.

    واوضح تقرير المفوضية العليا لحقوق الانسان التابعة للامم المتحدة الذي يتمم تحقيقا نشر في نيسان/ابريل الماضي انه تم اثناء هذه الهجمات خطف خمسين امرأة تتراوح اعمارهن بين 25 و40 عاما وجرى احتجازهن لنحو شهر كجواري من قبل افراد في القوات المسلحة السودانية وميليشيات موالية لها.

    وجاء في التقرير "اذا كان الاغتصاب والاستعباد الجنسي يشكل هجوما واسعا او منهجيا ضد المدنيين (فان هذه الاشكال من العنف الجنسي) يمكن ان تشكل جريمة ضد الانسانية وقد تكون من صلاحيات المحكمة الجنائية الدولية".

    وترفض المفوضية العليا تبريرات الحكومة السودانية الهادفة للتبرء من التهم، والتي مفادها ان المنطقة التي شهدت الواقعة لا تخضع لسيطرة القوات الحكومية.

    وقال التقرير "هناك مؤشرات واضحة على ان موظفين حكوميين شاركوا في هذه الهجمات" موردا شهادات اشارت الى دعم جوي وبري. واشار التحقيق الدولي ايضا الى ان قوات الدفاع الشعبي التي اشير اليها ضمن المهاجمين، تعتبر قانونيا "قوة شبه عسكرية" تخضع لسلطة الجيش.

    وعلاوة على ذلك فان الميليشيات الموالية للقوات الحكومية شاركت في ارتكاب هذه الفظاعات، بحسب التقرير.

    وقال شاهد عيان "تم خطف النساء في مجموعات صغيرة من قبل رجال مسلحين وتم اقتيادهن الى وادي يقع بين كوتور ودربات". واضاف شاهد آخر "تم اغتصاب النساء من قبل كل من اراد من الرجال. ولدى اقتراب اي رجل كان يتوجب على المرأة ان تقبل (الاعتداء عليها) والا خضعت للضرب".

    وروت سيدة حاولت الهرب انه تم شد وثاقها بحبل ثلاثة ايام قبل ان يغتصبها ثلاثة رجال مداورة.

    وقال التقرير ان الكثير من الاطفال شهدوا عمليات اغتصاب عديدة.



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08-22-2007, 01:56 PM

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كيف احذف مداخلة من بوستى
Re: OHCHR: Women raped and kept as sex slaves following the December 2006 attacks on Deribat (Re: nada ali)

    Dear Mohamed El Gadi
    salam

    It is a very disturbing report, and as you wrote:

    Quote: What a horrific crime....!
    What these children have seen and witnessed will stay with them forever


    many regards to you & family
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08-22-2007, 01:58 PM

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كيف احذف مداخلة من بوستى
Re: OHCHR: Women raped and kept as sex slaves following the December 2006 attacks on Deribat (Re: nada ali)

    Dear Mohamadein Mohamed Isaac,
    salam and I hope all is well.

    Quote: ان الجرائم لا زالت ترتكب
    و بكل عنجهية ووحشية تجاه الابرياء ..و اضيف مع الاخ د.محمد القاضي ..
    ان بقاء تلك الصور الفظيعة في ذاكرة الاطفال سيشكل اكبر تحدي للسلم الاجتماعي
    في دارفور ..قد يتم توقيع وريقات السلام السياسي في دارفور ..لكن تحقيق
    السلم الاجتماعي لن يكون في القريب المنظور ..


    best regards
    nada
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08-22-2007, 02:21 PM

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Re: OHCHR: Women raped and kept as sex slaves following the December 2006 attacks on Deribat (Re: nada ali)

    العزيزه ندى

    دارفور عرفنا البيها و العليها الخوف من تكرار المشهد فى جنوب كردفان.. فالحال هناك لايبشر بالخير...

    كنت اريد ان اسأل سؤال جانبى (لكن ما جانبى شديد)
    ماذا حصل فى قضية أمنة ضرار و كيف انتهت؟؟؟ و ماذا كانت النتائج؟؟
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09-04-2007, 00:03 AM

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Re: OHCHR: Women raped and kept as sex slaves following the December 2006 attacks on Deribat (Re: nada ali)

    العزيزة سهام
    سلامات

    Quote: دارفور عرفنا البيها و العليها الخوف من تكرار المشهد فى جنوب كردفان.. فالحال هناك لايبشر بالخير...


    هذا صحيح. لا يجب ان نهمل الاجزاء الاخرى القابلة للاشتعال مثل جنوب كردفان و لكن ايضا علينا الا ننس ان المواطنين/ات لا زالوا/ن يعيشون فى جحيم فى دارفور و حولها - داخل و خارج الحدود السودانية.

    بالنسبة لسؤالك حول حادثة التحرش بالدكتورة امنة ضرار (و هو فعلا سؤال ما"جانبى شديد)ـ فلم اسمع من الاخوة/ات فى جبهة الشرق عن اى تحقيق او اجراءات تم اتخاذها ضد من تحرش بالدكتورة امنة لضمان ان لا يتكرر ذلك. و ارجو ان اسمع حول هذا من الاخوة/ات فى جبهة الشرق.
    ما يهمنى اكثر يا سهام هو مالم يحدث، فقد كان واضحا ان تلك ارهاصات حملة منظمة للنيل من د. امنة فى وقت حاسم لجبهة الشرق، و اعتقد ان التضامن النسوى لعب دورا فى ايقاف الحملة فى وقت مبكر (ضمن عوامل اخرى بالطبع).

    شكرا لمرورك يا عزيزتى.
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09-04-2007, 02:43 AM

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كيف احذف مداخلة من بوستى
Re: OHCHR: Women raped and kept as sex slaves following the December 2006 attacks on Deribat (Re: nada ali)

    ندى على،

    بلد يصدر عنها مثل هذا التقرير المربك،
    فيستمر أبناءها فى تعاطى الهلال والمريخ!!

    تحياتى، وتحيات للرفيقة نوارة.
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09-12-2007, 10:42 AM

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Re: OHCHR: Women raped and kept as sex slaves following the December 2006 attacks on Deribat (Re: nada ali)

    العزيز خالد
    كثير الشكر للمرور

    "قدمك لى ابو ابراهيم"

    حقا شر البلية ما يضحك

    تقبل تحايا نوارة
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09-13-2007, 11:04 PM

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Re: OHCHR: Women raped and kept as sex slaves following the December 2006 attacks on Deribat (Re: nada ali)

    SUDANESE CHILDREN STILL ENDURING GRAVE HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS – UN REPORT

    New York, Sep 13 2007 5:00PM

    Sudanese children continue to face grave violations of their human rights, from being recruited and used by armed forces and groups to suffering rape or sexual abuse at their hands, according to Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon’s latest <"http://www.un.org/Docs/journal/asp/ws.asp?m=s/2007/520">report on children and armed conflict in the African country.



    Mr. Ban says the situation in general for Sudanese children “is showing small signs of improvement,” but cases of killings, abductions and rapes are still being recorded and the ongoing conflict in the Darfur region means there is limited humanitarian access to children at risk.



    The Secretary-General urges all the parties to the Darfur conflict – where more than 200,000 people have been killed and at least 2.2 million others made homeless – “to take concrete steps” to protect the rights of children in the war-torn and impoverished region on Sudan’s western flank.



    Given that, the report welcomes the action plan on child recruitment and reintegration that the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) reached with the Minawi wing of the Sudan Liberation Army (SLA), the faction of the rebel group that signed the Darfur Peace Agreement with the Sudanese Government last year.



    But he calls on the signatories to the agreement to carry it out immediately so that child soldiers can be released and allowed to reintegrate with their families.



    In the report Mr. Ban voices deep concern that “sexual violence against women and girls continues with impunity throughout the country,” and especially in Darfur, where rebel groups have been fighting Government forces and allied Janjaweed militia since 2003.



    He calls on Khartoum to step up its efforts to enforce the rule of law, including by establishing child and women protection units within the police force and by training social workers and judicial officials.



    In the south, where a comprehensive peace agreement in January 2005 ended a 21-year civil war, Mr. Ban says rights violations are more of an inter-communal nature, resulting from years of conflict and the consequent breakdown of the rule of law.



    He urges both the Government of National Unity and the Government of Southern Sudan, which were formed following the peace accord, to end the recruitment and use of children in their armed forces in line with the provisions of the Optional Protocol to the Convention on the Rights of the Child on the Involvement of Children in Armed Conflict – which Sudan has ratified.



    The two Governments should also undertake an independent verification exercise with the support of UNICEF and the UN Mission in Sudan (UNMIS) to assess and identify those children currently in the armed forces or their allied groups and to set up a regular monitoring system, Mr. Ban says.



    He also reiterates previously expressed concerns that children continue to be systematically abducted or kidnapped in both the south and in Darfur, and urges the Government and armed groups to end that practice immediately.

    2007-09-13 00:00:00.000

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09-14-2007, 02:09 AM

Khalid Kodi
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Re: OHCHR: Women raped and kept as sex slaves following the December 2006 attacks on Deribat (Re: nada ali)

    العزيزه ندى،

    تحياتى.

    نحن موعودين بمعاصرة ميئات الالاف من أطفال يحملون فى حقائبهم المدرسية تراما سنواتهم اليافعه الى الفصول الدراسية.

    نحن موعودين بأجيال تنام وتستيقظ لمدى حياتها ب"تراما" تجاربها المريرة ...
    أجيال لن تعرف من الاحلام سوى هلوسة تجارب طفولتهم المسروقة والمتروكة بين المأساه.

    شكرا للبوست.

    ولك الود.
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09-14-2007, 06:39 AM

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    لمزيد من المعرفة
    لك الشكر
    د ندي
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09-14-2007, 06:39 AM

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    لمزيد من المعرفة
    لك الشكر
    د ندي
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09-15-2007, 02:08 PM

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    العزيز خالد

    كما كتبت

    Quote: نحن موعودين بمعاصرة ميئات الالاف من أطفال يحملون فى حقائبهم المدرسية تراما سنواتهم اليافعه الى الفصول الدراسية.

    نحن موعودين بأجيال تنام وتستيقظ لمدى حياتها ب"تراما" تجاربها المريرة ...
    أجيال لن تعرف من الاحلام سوى هلوسة تجارب طفولتهم المسروقة والمتروكة بين المأساه.


    شكرا لمرورك هنا
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09-15-2007, 02:12 PM

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    العزيز استاذ الموصلى

    شكرا لاهتمامك يهذا التقرير ذو الحقائق المؤلمة و تحية لالتزامك المتواصل بقضاياالوطن
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09-17-2007, 10:38 PM

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    September 17, 2007: 'Elders' in landmark Darfur visit



    Archbishop Desmond Tutu will lead a delegation of influential elder statesmen to Sudan in the latest initiative to bring peace to Darfur.
    The 'Elders' will travel to Khartoum at the end of the month to meet representatives from all sides.

    They will then go to Darfur to talk to local community leaders and some of the displaced people now living in camps.

    At least 200,000 people have died and some 2m forced from their homes during the four year conflict.

    Lakhdar Brahimi, Jimmy Carter and Graça Machel will be among the influential former world leaders taking part.



    Speaking of their aims, the Nobel laureate and former Archbishop of Cape Town said: "We want community leaders in Darfur to feel that they have been heard by us."

    "And to the extent that we could then communicate their aspirations, their longings, particularly the women's groups, we will do so", said Bishop Tutu.

    He added: "This is not just a quick trip for The Elders. We want the suffering to end - and we hope to contribute to that."

    'Council of elders'

    The group of retired elder statesmen, independent of any government or international organization, came together at the invitation of Nelson Mandela to find ways to tackle some of the world's toughest problems, such as HIV-Aids, poverty and conflict.

    They include luminaries such as Jimmy Carter, Desmond Tutu, Graça Machel, Ela Bhatt, Lakhdar Brahimi, Gro Harlem Brundtland, Fernando Henrique Cardoso, Li Zhaoxing, Mary Robinson and Muhammad Yunus.

    Mr Mandela said at the time of the group's inception in July this year, "They don't have careers to build, elections to win and constituencies to please."

    That meant the group could speak freely and boldly, working both publicly and behind the scenes, he said.
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09-18-2007, 05:30 AM

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Re: OHCHR: Women raped and kept as sex slaves following the December 2006 attacks on Deribat (Re: nada ali)

    العزيزه ندى،

    شكرا للإضافه لهذا البوست.

    زيارة Desmond Tutu ومن هم مثله ، وهم قلة فى هذا العالم إحى الفرص الذهبية لحكومة السودان وللثوار فى دارفور أن يتعلموا شيئا من حكمته وتجربته لو كانوا جادين...وهى فرصة ذهبية لكل مواطن سودانى أن يتعلم شيئا من عصامية وصمود هذا الرجل العظيم.

    شكرا لك وتحية لهذا الرجل العظيم.
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09-18-2007, 07:44 AM

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    Quote: They include luminaries such as Jimmy Carter, Desmond Tutu, Graça Machel, Ela Bhatt, Lakhdar Brahimi, Gro Harlem Brundtland, Fernando Henrique Cardoso, Li Zhaoxing, Mary Robinson and Muhammad Yunus.


    العزيزة دكتوره ندي مصطفي

    مجلس الحكماء ( العجائز) ديل بالاضافة الي البشوب ديسموند توتوDesmond Tutu مع احترامنا لهم

    بقشوا الدموع ..,ويطبطبوا علي الاكتاف والخدود..

    للناس في دارفور الله .. لهم الله .. والامل في القوات الدوليه ان تحفظهم في سلام..

    وان يهدي من يقاتل من اهل الحكم والمعارضة ان يحكموا صوت العقل .. اذا كان بينهم من زال عاقلا؟؟؟

    رمضان كريم .. ودت المرور والشكر علي التقرير وملحقاته فيما يرتبط من اخبار

    مكي محمد الحسن
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