After the ICC came out with an arrest warrant against President of Sudan, al-Bashir, Darfuris everywhere celebrated. For us activists, this also appeared to be the beginning of serious pressure against the brutal dictator. Many of the displaced innocent civilians living in camps suffered greatly from the retaliation that immediately followed the warrant, but they […]
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The SGN Team will be sharing their personal take on Darfur, activism, and their own lives as Darfur/Sudan activists. Leave comments, and let’s make it a conversation!
Here are some notes from our Darfuri friend (living in US), Mohamed Yahya, from information he has received from sources inside of Darfur: * In camps in Western Darfur such as Al- Geniena, Riyadh, Abuzaid, Kerdang and Dorti the refugee’s lives are in grave danger at this moment. Riyadh and Abuzaid were attacked by the […]
Over and Over again in the refugee camps we heard from Darfuris that justice is above everyone and that any deferral in the name of a peace would only give Sudan’s President al-Bashir more time to kill. Listen to the victims speak themselves in our recent video, share their words. Add it to your socail […]
In the last few days, news of the possible arrest warrant from the International Criminal Court (ICC) has surfaced. New York Times reported the breaking news on February 11, 2009 late in the day. It will be the first time the ICC will issue a warrant for a sitting head of state. The ICC quickly […]
ICC presents evidence of GENOCIDE
On Monday July 14, 2008, the International Criminal Court Office of the Prosecutor presented evidence to the court that Sudanese President al-Bashir has committed genocide in Darfur. This includes 10 counts of genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity that al-Bashir has lead for the past five years, displacing hundreds of thousands and destroying the […]