One Sudan City Saw 15K Killed in Genocidal Civil War

In the last year, the amount of people killed in one city in Sudan, El Geneina, has exceeded 15,000. Most of the murders have come at the hands of Islamic Fascists representing the government or allied with it. Most of those targeted are Christians or the wrong kind of Muslims. One of major funders of the Islamist genocidal war against non-conformers is the United Arab Emirates, an “ally” of the U.S.

Ethnic killings in one Sudan city left up to 15K dead: UN – www.ctvnews.ca

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Between 10,000 and 15,000 people were killed in one city in Sudan’s West Darfur region last year in ethnic violence by the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces (RSF) and allied Arab militia, according to a United Nations report seen by Reuters on Friday.

In the report to the UN Security Council, independent UN sanctions monitors attributed the toll in El Geneina to intelligence sources and contrasted it with the UN estimate that about 12,000 people have been killed across Sudan since war erupted on April 15, 2023, between the Sudanese army and the RSF.

The monitors also described as “credible” accusations that the United Arab Emirates had provided military support to the RSF “several times per week” via Amdjarass in northern Chad. A top Sudanese general accused the UAE in November of backing the RSF war effort.

 

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