UN: help, protect or leave Sudan immediately!!!!

UN: help, protect or leave Sudan immediately!!!!

11-06-2014, 02:40 PM

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Post: #1
Title: UN: help, protect or leave Sudan immediately!!!!
Author: سيف اليزل سعد عمر
Date: 11-06-2014, 02:40 PM

A month ago OCHA declared that the government of Sudan finally released some of their humanitarian aid materials in Port Sudan Harbor after six month. No actions were taken to investigate why!!!!!!!

Yesterday the government of Sudan refused to let in UNMID mission to enter a village in Sudan to investigate a rape case against 200 women in Darfur
No actions were taken…!!!!!!!

UN should help, protect, or leave Sudan immediately..!!!!!

Post: #2
Title: Re: UN: help, protect or leave Sudan immediately!!!!
Author: سيف اليزل سعد عمر
Date: 11-06-2014, 02:43 PM
Parent: #1

VOA News

November 05, 2014 3:34 PM

UN: Sudan Turns Back Team Probing Alleged Mass Rape

United Nations peacekeepers say Sudan's military has denied them access to an area of Darfur where some 200 girls and women were allegedly raped last weekend.

U.N. spokesman Stephane Dujarric says personnel from the U.N.-African Union mission in Darfur (UNAMID) were turned back at a checkpoint when they tried to go to the North Darfur village of Tabit on Tuesday.

He said peacekeepers want to visit the area.

"The African Union joint U.N. mission in Darfur is calling on the government of Sudan to grant the mission unhindered access to all of Darfur, especially to areas where alleged incidents affecting civilians have been reported, in accordance with the status of forces agreement," said Dujarric.

Radio Dabanga, a station that broadcasts to Darfur, reports that Sudanese government soldiers raped the women in Tabit over an eight-hour period beginning Friday night. The Netherlands-based station - which based its report on a village elder - says the local army commander had ordered Tabit residents to find a soldier who was missing from his garrison.

The station says the same commander visited the village on Monday and tried to apologize for his soldiers' actions, but that Tabit residents rejected the apology.

U.N. spokesman Dujarric says a team from UNAMID visited the Zamzam displaced persons' camp on Wednesday to determine whether Tabit residents had fled there, as reported by a village sheikh. The spokesman said that, after a thorough assessment, the team concluded "that no recent displacement from Tabit had occurred."

He also said UNAMID human rights officers have met with the chief prosecutor of North Darfur, who said that not a single complaint about any rape incident was received from Tabit.

Darfur remains a restive area a decade after the height of the war between Sudan's government and local rebel groups. Low-level fighting continues, and more than two million people remain displaced from their homes.

Post: #3
Title: Re: UN: help, protect or leave Sudan immediately!!!!
Author: سيف اليزل سعد عمر
Date: 11-06-2014, 02:47 PM
Parent: #1

Quote: The UN first discussed the horrors in Darfur in March 2003 thirteen months after the war began. Thirteen months that had seen deaths, rapes, burning villages, beatings and displacements. Thirteen months of ‘business as usual’ at the UN, with no formal discussion about the atrocities in Darfur. Thirteen months after the Organisation first discussed the situation in Darfur, the UN Humanitarian Coordinator for Sudan Mukesh Kapila said that attacks against civilians were ‘close to ethnic cleansing’. He claimed that ‘the only difference between Rwanda [1994] and Darfur is the numbers involved of dead, tortured and raped.’ The following month, UN Secretary General Kofi Annan insisted that ‘…the international community cannot stand idle [but] must be prepared to take swift and appropriate action. By ‘action’ … I mean a continuum of steps, which may include military action’.

That action never materialised.

This quote is from Rosa Freedman presenting her book titled: Failing to Protect: The UN and the Politicisation of Human Rights

Even today what she wrote in that book can be seen today....

UN organsiations should leave Sudan if they fail to help and protect.....and thet should leave now...

Post: #4
Title: Re: UN: help, protect or leave Sudan immediately!!!!
Author: سيف اليزل سعد عمر
Date: 11-07-2014, 02:06 PM
Parent: #1

Quote: UNITED NATIONS, November 6, more here -- A week after after the UN issued a statement on its internal investigation into charges it covered-up attacks in Darfur, Inner City Press on November 6 asked UN Spokesman Stephane Dujarric about similar cover-ups in Central African Republic, exposed by an Amnesty International report about that country. Video here.

From the UN's transcript:

Inner City Press: I'm sure the Secretary-General has seen the Amnesty International's report today about the peacekeeping mission in Central African Republic. They basically, I mean, they say a number of things. Maybe you have some kind of response to it. But, I wanted to especially ask you about the reporting aspect of it they describe a number of killings and attacks that have taken place in Dekoa, Bambari and elsewhere in [the Central African Republic] about, which, at least being here every day, I've heard nothing from this podium. So, I wanted to know both substantively what's the response of UN peacekeeping to not protecting civilians and in terms of communications and transparency the response to what appears to be an underreporting similar to that analogous to that in Darfur?

Spokesman Dujarric: Sure. Obviously, a big part of the Missions' mandate is the protection of civilians. The Mission, its peacekeeping forces, its formed police units, are doing that to the best of their ability. Obviously, it's a very challenging situation. It's a challenging terrain in which they work. And there is, obviously… one could always use more troops and more police. I'm not sure they're up to their mandated force as of yet. As far as reporting goes, you know we report from here whatever we receive from the Mission.

Post: #5
Title: Re: UN: help, protect or leave Sudan immediately!!!!
Author: سيف اليزل سعد عمر
Date: 11-07-2014, 02:08 PM
Parent: #1

Quote: Inner City Press: Because of the Darfur thing, I wanted to ask: Their report is very detailed. The report, it says names of places, number of people killed. Maybe, first of all, does the Mission send it to [the Department of Peacekeeping Operations] in New York and they're supposed to give it to your office? At what point has this information in the Amnesty report, has it reached New York before or is it a surprise to UN?

Spokesman: I can only speak to what I receive from the Mission

Back on November 5, Inner City Press asked if the full Darfur report will be released, at least to the Security Council, and about under-reporting of attacks in the Central African Republic. Video here.

Dujarric said that even before the summary was given to the Security Council members -- so that is apparently all that has been given to them -- UN missions were told to be sure to report attacks. He said he reads out what the missions sent him.

So has the UN mission in CAR, MINUSCA, simply not send in reports about killings in Bambari and elsewhere?

It is reported, somewhat naively, that France, the UK and US have all expressed dissatisfaction to the UN Secretariat about the lack of accountability. First, France controls UN Peacekeeping, through Herve Ladsous. Second, if the P3 complained they'd get action. So we'll see.

Post: #6
Title: Re: UN: help, protect or leave Sudan immediately!!!!
Author: سيف اليزل سعد عمر
Date: 11-07-2014, 02:11 PM
Parent: #1

Quote: Despite a request from Inner City Press and the Free UN Coalition for Access the UN will not release the report. Back on October 29, Inner City Press asked, given that even the sanitized statement says information on attacks was withheld from the media and UN Headquarters - at its request? - who is responsible? What about Mohamed ibn Chambas, recently head of the Darfur mission UNAMID until he got a promotion? Video here.

Back on September 12, eight days after Inner City Press exclusively reported that the head of the Darfur peacekeeping mission Mohamed ibn Chambas was being given the UN Office in West Africa post in Dakar, and asked about it, the UN confirmed the move.

Quote: Inner City Press has asked on September 5, and did again on September 12, if this move didn't undercut or pre-judge the UN's investigation into charges that the Darfur mission under Chambas under-reported attacks on civilians.

On September 12, UN spokesman Stephane Dujarric insisted he didn't want to "pre-judge" the inquiry. But by giving the new post, this has already been done. Now this sanitized statement, with the report still withheld:

A review, initiated by the Secretary-General, was conducted into recent allegations that the African Union-United Nations Hybrid Operation in Darfur (UNAMID) intentionally sought to cover up crimes against civilians and peacekeepers.

The Review Team examined all the material related to 16 incidents, which were the basis of these allegations. It also interviewed former and current staff in UNAMID and at UN Headquarters. The Review Team did not find any evidence to support these allegations. However, it did find a tendency to under-report unless absolutely certain of the facts. In five of the cases examined, the Mission did not provide UN Headquarters with full reports on the circumstances surrounding these incidents, which involved possible wrongdoing by Government or pro-Government forces. The Review Team also found that the Mission took an unduly conservative approach to the media, maintaining silence when it could have developed a press line, even in the absence of all the facts.

The Secretary-General is deeply troubled by these findings. He recognizes that UNAMID faces unique challenges owing to its complex mandate and operating environment. Nevertheless, keeping silent or under-reporting on incidents involving human rights violations and threats or attacks on UN peacekeepers cannot be condoned under any circumstances.

The Secretary-General will take all necessary steps to ensure full and accurate reporting by UNAMID. Every effort will be made to ensure that sensitive information is systematically brought to the attention of UN Headquarters and the Security Council in a timely fashion. UNAMID’s media policy will be re-examined to ensure greater openness and transparency. The Mission will be expected to follow up formally and report on Government investigations into incidents where peacekeepers have been killed or injured.

Ensuring that the UN speaks out consistently against abuses and identifies the perpetrators is a key goal of the Secretary-General’s Human Rights up Front initiative. The Secretary-General will ensure that all missions are provided with clear guidance on the fulfilment of their reporting obligations, particularly with regard to human rights and the protection of civilians. He looks forward to the upcoming review of UN peace operations as an opportunity to comprehensively address this issue, which is a core element of his Human Rights up Front initiative.

On August 22, Inner City Press asked:

Inner City Press: in Darfur, it seems that Mr. Mohamed ibn Chambas went to Kalma Camp and met with residents who expressed a variety of complaints, but he was quoted as saying there that UNAMID [African Union-United Nations Hybrid Operation in Darfur] cannot stop Government forces from entering camps for the displaced, and it has left many people confused whether, what is UNAMID’s role in terms of protection of civilians given these [inaudible] entrances in the camp and people lying on the ground?

Spokesman Dujarric: I will… we will check with the Mission to verify the quotes and see what actually they have been doing.

Two weeks, no answer. Now this.

UN Peacekeeping and its mission in Darfur continue take a selective and lax approach to protecting civilians.

This example concerns the UN's evolving statements on the Al-Salam camp.

After whistleblower Aicha Elbasri further exposed UN Peacekeeping under Herve Ladsous as covering up attacks in Darfur, on June 17 several Security Council members joined International Criminal Court prosecutor Fatou Bensouda in calling for an investigation.

On August 7, Inner City Press asked the Joint Special Representative of the African Union-United Nations Mission in Darfur, Mohamed Ibn Chambas, about the status of the probe.

Chambas told Inner City Press he had met earlier in the day with the commission, whose members will be on their say to Darfur.

Inner City Press asked if the report will be public. Chambas only said his staff will cooperate. Apparently it will be up to Ban Ki-moon, or even Herve Ladsous, to decide to release or withhold the report.

Back in Khartoum on August 11, Chambas said this:

"And on the attack on Alsalam camp, let me state that we have information about this. We have always stated that the responsibility for maintaining law and order in Sudan lays with the Government. This is a sovereign country, it has law enforcement obligations, it has its justice system and the AU, the UN is only here to facilitate and ensure that law and order and justice are maintained and are enforced according to due process of law. So, we want to say that we will continue to engage with the Government of Sudan in accordance with its own protection of civilian mandate and to ensure that the activities on law enforcement agencies are carried out without infringement of the rights of innocent civilians specially vulnerable communities in IDP camps. We hope that on the other hand residents of IDP camps can understand and do understand that possession of weapons, carrying of weapons is not allowed in IDP camps under international humanitarian law.

"It’s also imperative, and it’s a responsibility of the leaders of IDP camps to ensure that no one is using these camps to keep weapons or to hide weapons, because this is against international humanitarian law. These are the issues involved there and we as UNAMID we will continue to work with both sides, with IDP leaders to educate them what is permissible in these camps and what is not, and at the same time working with Government to enforce legitimately law and order but to do that respecting the civic and human rights of the citizens and also respecting due process of law. Thank you."

Since this seemed to defer to Sudan's Abu Tira, and even to blame the victims, Inner City Press on August 13 asked:

Inner City Press: I wanted to ask about Darfur, Missouri and Afghanistan. On Darfur, photos have come out of the Sudanese uniformed Abu Tira forces going through a refugee camp or [internally displaced persons] camp in El Salam and making the residents lie on the ground. And Mr. Chambas was asked about it and said that this was entirely up to the Sudanese and it just seems sort of strange. I mean, I know there is a Human Rights component to these peacekeeping missions. Does the UN, does UNAMID [United Nations Hybrid Operation in Darfur] or does anyone in the Secretariat, are they aware of these photographs?

Spokesman Stephane Dujarric: I will check.

Twenty three hours later, Dujarric sent nothing to Inner City Press. But UNAMID issued a belated statement, which seems to contradict or attempt to rehabilitate Chambas' dismissive August 11 comments:

"Following a security raid conducted on Al Salam IDP camp on 5 August when individuals were arrested for alleged possession of illegal drugs, weapons and ammunition, UNAMID monitored the trials of those arrested during the operation; most of whom have since been released. UNAMID has been engaging relevant state authorities on the conditions of those still being detained.

"Other security raids have been conducted in Otash and Dereig camps and are part of a wider campaign by the South Darfur authorities to address the high level of criminality in the State, especially around Nyala.

"The security raids have generated alarm and anxiety amongst IDPs in Kalma camp, who are anticipating a similar operation at their camp and have expressed their concerns to UNAMID."

We'll continue on this.

Inner City Press asked UN deputy spokesperson Farhan Haq if an independent investigation of Ladsous' UN Peacekeeping will be done, and if not, why not? Video here.

Haq claimed that UN Peacekeeping is already acting on Elbasri's complaints, and that it had been telling the press about it. Inner City Press asked, where have these updates been provided.

Haq cited a read-out given in March, largely generic; then he said the requests made on June 17 would be studied.

Now on July 2, Ban's spokesman Dujarric - in the midst of a controversy about a non-factual response on June 27, not corrected when asked June 30 and July 1, about Ladsous' mission in the DRC flying sanctioned FDLR leaders around, released this:

"The Secretary-General is concerned about the recent serious allegations against the African Union-United Nations Mission in Darfur (UNAMID). These allegations cover a wide range of issues, including inaccurate reporting of the facts on the ground in Darfur, specific instances of failure to protect civilians and accusations of mismanagement of UNAMID.

"UNAMID has undergone several investigations and reviews over the last two years, which have sought to address both strategic issues and specific incidents related to the Mission's performance. The Secretary-General’s Special Report of 25 February 2014 provides an overview of the strategic and managerial challenges faced by the Mission and the work being done at United Nations Headquarters and in UNAMID to address them.

"The Secretary-General remains committed to improving UNAMID's performance and is determined to take all necessary steps to correct any wrongdoing. He has instructed the Secretariat to review the reports of all investigations and inquiries undertaken since mid-2012 to ensure that their recommendations have been implemented and that any relevant issues have been fully addressed. This review, to be completed within one month, will enable the Secretary-General to determine what has already been done and, if recommendations are outstanding, what corrective action needs to be taken."

On DRC, Dujarric said "you can pick up the phone" - after siting next to Ladsous while he refused to answer Press questions on DRC.

As recently as May 29, Ladsous refused Press questions, video here,compilation here.

Back on April 24 when Darfur as such was the topic of the UN Security Council, three major Darfur rebel groups wrote to the Council to investigate "all reports of the Peace Keeping Mission, including reports presented to the UNSC by [Under] Secretary General for Peace Keeping Mr. Ladous and the reliability of the sources he had relied on."

But unlike his abortive stakeout on the evening of April 23 about South Sudan, video here, Ladsous did not come out to answer any questions. And at the April 24 UN noon briefing, when Inner City Press asked Secretary General Ban Ki-moon deputy spokesperson Farhan Haq for a response to the request for an investigation of Ladsous and his reports, there was none: not one modified or corrected report was cited.

Instead, from the "holy seat" of the UN Correspondents Association a long time scribe followed up to say that it is not all Ladsous' fault, and to cast blame on the government. (This same dynamic was repeated at the June 17 noon briefing.) This reflexively shifting of blame from the UN to the government, whose new Permanent Representative spoke in the Council on April 24, is in this case particularly absurd: how can the government be responsible for the UN's own reports being inaccurate?

Those requesting this investigation of DPKO and Ladsous are not the government of Omar al Bashir, which whom Ladsous met in July 2013 without any readout, but rebels Abdel Wahid Mohamed Ahmed Nur, Chairperson, Sudan Liberation Army/Movement (SLA/M-A/Wahid), Gibriel Ibrahim Mohamed, Chairperson of Justice & Equality Movement Sudan (JEM) and Minni Arko Minnawi, Chairperson Sudan Liberation Army/Movement (SLA/M-MM).

Pending UN answers, again we ask: how can one write about the corruption of a UN Peacekeeping mission, at length, without naming the person in charge? Why would one airbrush that person, in this case Herve Ladsous the UN Under Secretary for Peacekeeping Operations, out?

The former spokesperson of the UNAMID mission in Darfur quit, spoke out and finally leaked documents. Radio Dabanga as well as Foreign Policy began publishing them on April 7 (FP did not mentionDabanga, and called its back to back Ladsous-less pieces an exclusive investigation).

The last piece focused on the US role, all to the good, but not only doesn't mention that the UN's Ladsous met with International Criminal Court indictee Omar al Bashir in July, without providing any read-out, but also omits France's hosting of Darfur rebels, for example.

Back on March 25, 2013, Inner City Press asked the UN Spokespersonabout how the UN Peacekeeping in Darfur could have let a group of Internally Displaced People be kidnapped while they were ostensibly protected:

Inner City Press: there is this incident where IDPs were taken hostage or kidnapped by people that were in Government army uniforms, and somehow UNAMID is saying that they opposed it and they denounced the kidnapping, but some people are wondering how armed UN peacekeepers could have IDPs under their care and they could all be kidnapped. Can you clarify how it took place and how it is consistent with protection of civilians?

Spokesperson: Well, I have asked the Mission for more details on that, and I think if you were listening carefully you will have heard me read out precisely what you just said to me.

Inner City Press: But what I am asking about specifically about how it could take place?

Spokesperson: I heard what you said, and I’ve said that I’ll see if I can find out more, which is what I have already asked the Mission and Peacekeeping Operations.

Now Radio Dabanga has published a memo by UN Peacekeeping chief Herve Ladsous, from April 10, 2013, still saying he didn't know how it happened.

What is Ladsous doing? Then, and apparently now, he refuses Press questions about topics ranging from Sudan -- why did he meet with International Criminal Court indictee Omar al Bashir in July 2013? -- torapes in the DR Congo by UN Peacekeeping's partners in the Congolese Army.

Dabanga to its credit says it is reporting the memos along with FP. TheFP story, at least the first one, does not mention Dabanga, nor Ladsous' meeting with Bashir. Previously an explanation was provided for not reporting on Ladsous' extraordinary and public "non-answering," noted from the UK by the New Statesman, here.

We'll be following this. Watch this site

Post: #7
Title: Re: UN: help, protect or leave Sudan immediately!!!!
Author: سيف اليزل سعد عمر
Date: 11-08-2014, 09:07 AM
Parent: #1


7 November 2014 – The United Nations Special Representative of the Secretary-General on Sexual Violence in Conflict expressed concern today about allegations circulating in Darfur local media over the mass rape of 200 women and girls in a town in region’s North, calling on the Government of Sudan to allow “immediate and unhindered” access for an investigation.

In a press statement today, Ms. Zainab Hawa Bangura said that the African Union-UN Hybrid Operation in Darfur, known by the acronym UNAMID, should be given access by the Government of Sudan to investigate and verify whether the incidents reported in the town of Tabit have occurred and, if they have, to ensure accountability.

Furthermore, she called on humanitarian actors to ensure “appropriate services” for any survivors.

“It is critical that in the process of verifying the facts that the safety of survivors is of paramount concern,” she declared.

Reiterating the support of the UN to Sudanese authorities to address any incidents of conflict-related sexual violence in a comprehensive manner, Ms. Bangura said her office stands ready to cooperate with UNAMID in line with the UN-backed African Union (AU) Framework of Cooperation on Prevention of Conflict-Related Sexual Violence in Africa.

That agreement, which was signed at the end of January, strengthens national policies, legislation and institutions working on conflict-related sexual violence.

Two days ago, UNAMID expressed deep concern about the allegations of mass rapes in Tabit, which is located 45 kilometres south-west of El Fasher, in North Darfur. UNAMID has declared that it is conducting a thorough investigation into the veracity of the claims.

Tensions have been simmering across Darfur over the past few months. In October, an attack on UNAMID peacekeepers by armed militants claimed the lives of three peacekeepers.

The UN estimates that some 385,000 people have been displaced by the conflict between the Government of Sudan and armed movements in Darfur since the start of 2014. The world body has repeatedly called on all sides to join negotiations aimed at achieving a permanent ceasefire and comprehensive peace for the people of Darfur, which has witnessed fighting since 2003.

This is just a talk in New York....
We need actions not request...
Your presence is becoming part of the problem. Not part of the soultion...
You are creating more harm and sufferage of the people in Sudan...

Either you help, protect or leave Sudan.!!!!!!
.you never made it better...but worse...

Post: #8
Title: Re: UN: help, protect or leave Sudan immediately!!!!
Author: سيف اليزل سعد عمر
Date: 11-08-2014, 11:49 PM
Parent: #1


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UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - The United Nations said on Friday that South Sudanese security personnel had impounded four trucks carrying armored vehicles and equipment for peacekeepers in the capital Juba and assaulted the drivers, accusing them of transporting weapons to rebels.

"As of this morning, the (U.N.) mission is still trying to obtain the release of all trucks and their cargo. It calls on the government to immediately release the trucks along with the consignment of vehicles and equipment," U.N. spokesman Stephane Dujarric told reporters in New York.

The equipment was destined for Ethiopian peacekeepers, he said.

Dujarric said South Sudanese troops had also stopped the U.N. peacekeeping mission, known as UNMISS, from visiting a site in Raga County in Western Bahr el-Ghazal state that had allegedly been bombed by Sudanese troops this month.

The troops also prevented the U.N. mission from visiting a local hospital where alleged bombing victims were being treated.

"The mission reminds all parties of the inviolability of U.N. assets and the need to ensure unhindered movement of U.N. personnel, including to Raga, so that the U.N. mission can fulfill its mandate," Dujarric said.

Fighting erupted in December 2013 in South Sudan, which declared independence from Sudan in 2011, after months of political tension between President Salva Kiir and his sacked deputy and rival, Riek Machar. The conflict has reopened deep fault lines among ethnic groups, pitting Kiir's Dinka against Machar's Nuer.

Peace talks brokered by East African regional bloc IGAD have yet to reach a deal. The conflict has killed more than 10,000 people in the world's newest state, caused over 1 million to flee and driven the country of 11 million closer to famine.

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Post: #9
Title: Re: UN: help, protect or leave Sudan immediately!!!!
Author: سيف اليزل سعد عمر
Date: 11-10-2014, 06:37 PM
Parent: #1

Quote: UN mission finds no evidence confirming alleged mass rapes in north Darfur town
10 November 2014 – After being granted access yesterday to investigate allegations of the mass rape of 200 women and girls in a town in North Darfur, Sudan, the African Union-United Nations hybrid mission has said that its team found no evidence confirming the claims and received no information regarding the purported acts.

Darfur: UN envoy on sexual violence urges immediate access for probe into alleged mass rapes
07 November 2014 – The United Nations Special Representative of the Secretary-General on Sexual Violence in Conflict expressed concern today about allegations circulating in Darfur local media over the mass rape of 200 women and girls in a town in region’s North, calling on the Government of Sudan to allow “immediate and unhindered” access for an investigation.

Darfur: amid allegations of mass rape, UN voices profound concern, begins investigation
05 November 2014 – The African Union-United Nations hybrid mission in Darfur (UNAMID) has expressed its “deep concern” about allegations circulating in local media over the mass rape of 200 women and girls in a town in the region’s North, declaring that it is conducting a thorough investigation into the veracity of the claims.

In Darfur, UN mission voices concern over possible security raid on camps for displaced
03 November 2014 – The United Nations mission in Darfur expressed concern today over the Government of Sudan’s alleged intentions to conduct a security search operation in a camp for internally displaced people (IDP), cautioning that such an act might increase tensions among the camp’s civilian population.

Above are news from the website of the UNAMID shows how the organisation failed to protect victims of rape in Darfur.
First the say that the goverment banded them from entering the village to invisitiage the alleaged rape case.
Second they announced from New York that they will protect rape victims.
Third they declare from the Sudanese goverment office that there is no rape in the village.

Post: #10
Title: Re: UN: help, protect or leave Sudan immediately!!!!
Author: سيف اليزل سعد عمر
Date: 11-17-2014, 07:03 PM
Parent: #1

UN organizations will be under pressure from the Suadese civil society organizations, inside and outside Sudan.

This is in protest againist the faliure of UNAMID to protect and invisitiage the victims of rape in Darfur...

Post: #11
Title: Re: UN: help, protect or leave Sudan immediately!!!!
Author: سيف اليزل سعد عمر
Date: 12-26-2014, 10:05 PM
Parent: #1

So far so good. UN should know what regime that are supporting.