Killing, displacement, civilians kidnapped and their properties’ looted in Rashad County

Killing, displacement, civilians kidnapped and their properties’ looted in Rashad County


04-17-2014, 02:39 PM


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Title: Killing, displacement, civilians kidnapped and their properties’ looted in Rashad County
Author: الحركه الشعبيه لتحرير السودان شمال
Date: 04-17-2014, 02:39 PM

National Congress Party (NCP) forces, militias attacked Tomi, Al-mansur, Kallaro,kallora, Trawa and Tindimin villages in Rashad County of South Kordofan/Nuba mountains state, by ground using more than 300 land cruisers and tanks and air attacks, since 15/4/014, committed atrocities and crimes against the civilians, women, children and elderly have been abducted and others killed, water sources destroyed including boreholes, animals and food looted, civilians take refuge in the mountains and forests in desperate humanitarian needs, they lost every things even shelter, and heavy rain increases their suffering.
What have been stated by NCP forces spokesman that they have cleared SPLA from eastern part and that they are controlling the east to Republic of South Sudan boarder is completely lie, SPLA is still in control of the most of the area and is continue defending and protecting the civilians from ethnic cleansing and genocidal regime and it’s agencies and that SPLA-N is able to defeat them.
SRF in its recent statement has noted the readiness of NCP forces, militias to commit atrocities and crimes in Rashad County against the civilians, the same as they are doing it in Darfur, in his speech in 20th anniversary of Rwanda genocide the UN secretary general warned that the same genocide should not allowed to happen in CRA and other countries as well, but in Sudan these crimes is committed and organized by the state which its head is the international war crimes inductee, what has been recently released by the former spokeswoman for UN peace keepers forces in Darfur raises a lot of questions.
Arnu Ngutulu Loddi
SPLM/A-N official spokesman