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​The Janjaweed militia attacked and burned to ashes nineteen (19) villages in North Darfur - 8th to 10th February 2015

15.02.15

On the 8th of February the Janjaweed militia attacked villages in Tawila locality near Tabit, they burned Magareefna, Hajar Tono, Um-Syalla, Mursal and Karkar to ashes, killing four, raping five (two minors) and injuring four.

In Um-syalla and Mursal villages they killed

1-Bakhiet Abdelnabi Arga 47years

2-Adam Khatir Abu-Halima 60 years old.

In Karkar village they killed:

1-Samaha Adam Siddig 9 years

2-Shamair Khalid 21 years

Injured:

1-Salim Jabir-29 years

2-Jadain Salih Mohammed-18 years

3-Gido Abu Hawa- 41 years

4-Adam Bakhiet Yahyia- 27 years
The villagers took the injured in two pickup Toyota cars to rescue them, on their way to Al Fasher, at the check point in Zamzam, they were stopped and denied entry to AlFasher. They decided to take the injured to Tabit, on their way back to Tabit at the village of Gallab they were stopped by the Janjaweed militia and the two cars were looted. One car belongs to Adam Mursal Adam and the other to Hamid Mohammed Salih, both from Karkar village.

On the 9th of February the Janjaweed militia attacked and burned to ashes fourteen (14) villages in Korma locality as flow:

1-Kona

2-Nalma

3-Tarafona

4- Keila Algaryia

5-Miro

6-Hilat Goz

7-Gameina

8-Amar Gadeed

9- Sibdo

10-Faro

11- Um-Kasharook

12- Targa

13- Mogabil

14- Nakati

In Um-Kasharook village they killed four (4) people;

1-Halima Mohammed Salih 42 years

2-Sabir Haroun Abdul-mageed 3 years

3-Abdalla Abdul-monem Abdalla 11 years

4-Adam Abdul-monem Abdalla 8 years

On the 10th February the Janjaweed militia attacked and occupied Futra village and killed Alfaki Adam Mahmoud 60 years old and Khadiga Adam Mahmoud 55 years.


SUDO UK calls on the Government to disband the Rapid Support Forces as well as the Janjaweed as these are consistently committing human rights abuses in Darfur. All those individuals or groups responsible for committing human rights violations must be brought to justice.

SUDO UK calls on UNAMID to take strong action in order to fulfill its mandate, including its obligation to “prevent attacks against civilians, within its capability and areas of deployment, without prejudice to the responsibility of the Government of the Sudan”, and the requirement “to investigate and hold accountable those who are responsible, and promote efforts to disarm the Janjaweed and other militias”.

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