Darfur: How Long?
What price compassion and generosity?. Close to 2.5 million people
had been displaced from their homes, mostly seeking refuge in camps
in Darfur's major towns.
Accurate numbers of dead have been difficult to estimate, partly
because the Sudanese government places formidable obstacles in front
of journalists attempting to cover the conflict. It is estimate
that 3 million had died - 3 million not 3 thousand. This is incomprehensible
for any sane person to accept. How many more need to die before
we take action?. More than 10,000 people are dying each month.
The refugees cannot go home because the Janjaweed militia who
perpetrated Darfur's worst atrocities show little sign of being
disarmed so few displaced people feel safe enough to go home. Another
reason the refugees cannot go home is because Arabs from Chad and
Niger continue to cross the border into Darfur. Most have been relocated
by the Sudanese government to former villages of displaced non-Arab
The camps are becoming increasingly permanent and lack necessary
resources. Hunger and disease are rampant.
African TV Network is holding a fund raising to shine
light on the genocide in Darfur. What can you do. You can help by
supporting our fund raising campaign or find a local save Darfur
group and do something- anything.
Darfur is a nation in the western Sudan torn by war that began
when Africans rebelled against the Arab-dominated government in
February 2003. The rebellion has turned into a mass slaughter of
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