What will the various borders among the possibly 6 or 7 countries east of Chad look like?
The only issue they have no doubt about is Peace; Peace will be achieved only when all these various peoples and ethnic – religious groups will get their independence and enjoy their self-determination and freedom, following the cancellation of the murderous and inhuman frame of ‘Sudan’, a name that means just Death.
more Only through an exhaustive, in-depth approach to the reasons that have caused the ongoing Darfur Genocide, and following a thorough understanding of the criminal work of the French, namely the fabrication of a false language, an inexistent culture, and a bogus-nation, can people realize the tragedy befallen on the various peoples of Sudan – that are all non-Arabs.
All people in Khartoum know already that they live the end of a long tyrannical experience; they have not identified the forthcoming solution, but they have the real feeling that the nightmare named ‘Sudan’ has already its expiry date. No one knows the details of the final, ultimate division of Sudan; even the number of the emanating countries is not precisely told. Will the Red Sea coast’s Beja / Blemmyes ultimately get the freedom they have fought so many centuries for?
The recently published HRW World Report 2010 features a particular chapter on Sudan whereby the monstrous Pan-Arabist tyranny´s practices and policies are summarily exposed and utterly denounced as far as the tyrannized land of Darfur and...
more The recently published HRW World Report 2010 features a particular chapter on Sudan whereby the monstrous Pan-Arabist tyranny´s practices and policies are summarily exposed and utterly denounced as far as the tyrannized land of Darfur and the persecuted local Furis are concerned.Collectively, they maintain that the primary responsibility of a state is to protect its citizens.Such protection should include prevention, reaction and rebuilding.Overall, when one examines the specific reasons that the United Nations used for the process of decision making in Darfur, it becomes evident that the ruling in this case did more than just consider the acts of murder being committed in Darfur.With the ruling made in this case the United Nations has now set a precedent for the application of genocide, only when intent can be proven.With the realization that there are a number of pertinent legal questions must be answered in the case of Darfur, there is an impetus to examine these issues.With this in mind, this investigation considers two prominent questions in the case of Darfur: By answering these two key questions, it should be possible to provide some salient advice for the response of the international community to this tenuous situation.the United Nations (UN), the African Union (AU), the International Criminal Court (ICC), and the United States (US) government-have led to (political and legal) tensions, especially with regards to the questions of genocide, Sudan’s sovereignty and peacekeeping in the troubled region of Darfur.Only through an exhaustive, in-depth approach to the reasons that have caused the ongoing Darfur Genocide, and following a thorough understanding of the criminal work of the French, namely the fabrication of a false language, an...The Sudanese government responded by systematically destroying African Sudanese villages, not only in the South but also in West Darfur, which is heavily populated by African Muslims – not to be confused with Darfur’s Arab Muslims.The United States and other international powers have been asked to encourage and support peace talks between the Sudanese government and Darfur’s insurgent factions with the hope that such talks will bring an end to the Darfur conflict.