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    Dehumanization In Sudan

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    Michael Ignatieff once said, “Genocide is not just a murderous madness; it is, more deeply, a politics that promises a utopia beyond politics - one people, one land, one truth, the end of difference. Since genocide is a form of political utopia, it remains an enduring temptation in any multiethnic and multicultural society in crisis.” According to the article, over a million of civilians have been displaced or severely affected by violence in the past two years. The forces were under the command of Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir, he has carried out attacks against the civilians. (“Who’s At Risk? Sudan Backgrounder”) The modern genocidal conflict in Sudan is similar to the Holocaust because it employs dehumanization, extermination, and denial.…

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    Essay On Darfur Genocide

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    Garret Hunter, Darfur Genocide, Period 2 As the first major genocide of the twenty-first genocide, taking place in Sudan, Africa, the Darfur genocide is a brilliantly dark and horrifyingly realistic representation of what can happen when the human mind becomes corrupted. Sudan, Africa. Located in the Northeastern region of Africa, near Egypt, Ethiopia, Libya, and right across the Red Sea from Saudi Arabia, Sudan is home to nearly forty million people (data.worldbank.org). Darfur, in Western…

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    The Lost Children of Sudan should remain in Sudan because they need to repair their country. Neighboring countries and continents should aid them with their problems and be more involved to prevent the wars that are producing child soldiers. Sudan suffered from multiple long civil wars, on and off since 1955. During the wars, the armies would train children, at any age under 18, to operate a gun and kill the opposing side. These children became the “Lost Children of Sudan”. Even though the…

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    Darfur Conflict

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    Introduction Darfur is the western region of Sudan that consists of seven and a half million people enclosed in 439,180 kilometers squared. Before the year 2003, many locals within the Western region (informally known as Dartunjur for decades) felt neglected by the political party of Sudan residing in the capital; Khartoum. Due to years of political instability between the western region and eastern region of Sudan, in the year 2003, western Sudan became a separate region all together currently…

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    The Darfur Crisis

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    Darfur is a region in the west part of Sudan which is comprised of nearly one hundred tribes. Due to the differences of lifestyle, the tensions between African farmers and nomadic tribes is overwhelmingly increased over time. The failure which the Sundanese government did not recognize these tensions or conflicts led rebel groups like the Darfur Liberation Front (DLF) which later became Sudan Liberation Army (SLA) and the Justice and Equality Movement to fight against the government of Sudan…

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    Al-Bashir

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    1 Introduction In March the first warrant of arrest was issued for The President of the Republic of Sudan (“Sudan”), Omar Hassan Ahmed Al Bashir (“Al-Bashir”) and the second warrant of arrest in July in connection with allegations of war crimes, genocide and crimes against humanity committed in Darfur, Sudan between the periods of 2003 to 2005. The International Criminal Court (“ICC”) informed all State Parties to the Rome Statute of the ICC (“Rome Statute”), to which South Africa is a…

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    In book “A Long Walk to Water” by Linda Sue Park a character named Salva describes, “The soldiers fired their guns into the air and chased the people away from the camp… They are driving us back to Sudan,”(Park 75). This showed a community not accepting someone. In Ethiopia, they were driving out foreign refugees, rejecting them, just like the community did right when Ha, a character in the book “Inside Out and Back Again” by Thanhha Lai, showed up, but in a more forceful way. This relates to Ha…

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    WAR Darfur is a western region of Sudan in Africa and is home to about 6 million people, the majority of which are Muslim. Violence in Sudan broke out in February 2003 when 2 rebel groups -the Sudan liberation Movement/Army (SLA/M) and the Justice and Equality Movement (JEM) – began fighting the government of Sudan which they accused of oppressing Darfur’s Non Arab population. The government’s response to this was to begin a campaign of killing Darfur’s non Arabs and in 2003 these killings had…

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    The movie War Dance, addresses an immensely important problem of violence and bloodshed in Northern Uganda. The war was started in the 19802’s due to an anti-government movement. The Lord’s Resistance Army is led by Joseph Kony, who wants to govern Uganda based on strict biblical laws. The war has a very violent nature and has displaced 2 million individuals, murdered 10,000, and abducted 20,000 children. In order to keep the civilians safe, the government has created a multitude of “protection…

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    There he found his freedom. Gratefully on 12 March 2012, the leaders in Sudan signed into effect an action plan to progress toward the end child soldiering. “Signed by the Ministry of Defense, the United Nations Peacekeeping in South Sudan (UNMISS), UNICEF, and Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Children and Armed Conflict, Radhika Coomaraswamy, also ensures that all militias currently being incorporated into the SPLA are child free” according to Children in Armed Conflict. With…

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