The War in Darfur

by Macko
Last updated 6 years ago

Discipline:
Social Studies
Subject:
History
Grade:
12

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The War in Darfur

The War in Darfur

Rapheal Lemkin’s 1944 definition of genocide stated that it is the systematic destruction of any ethnic group with the disintegration of their religion, religious rights, and their own personal freedoms and liberties. By not allowing the citizens of Darfur have any freedom in their own religion, (by oppressing anyone who is non-Muslim Sudanese), they’re violating these laws as well as personal rights, freedoms and liberties.

Darfur in North-East Sudan, AfricaSince February 2003, the people of Darfur, Sudan have been fighting for their rights and liberties in a nation filled with multiculturalism for all Arab and non-Arab Sudanese.Help the fight against genocide, and the awareness and celebration of Multiculturalism in other nations.

If you would like more information and a better understanding about the War in Darfur & genocide, read our pamphlet attached

As a part of the 8 Stages of Genocide, stage 2, Symbolization: Anyone not a member of the Muslim faith deemed infidels (person of no faith) and subsequently mistreated.


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