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The Sudanese doctor, whose identity we are withholding, claims that he and his colleagues are “expecting… to get shot [at] any time” while working in a hospital in Khartoum.
He said it was “difficult” to “see people in front of you… dying” and that he felt “helpless.”
He claimed that stray bullets at the hospital had hit both staff and patients.
Because it is unsafe, he won’t return to that hospital and will instead treat patients at another hospital.
According to the Central Committee of Sudanese Doctors (CCSD), 39 out of 59 hospitals in Khartoum, the country’s capital, and neighbouring states are “out of service,” underscoring the country’s deteriorating humanitarian situation.
Six days have passed since fighting broke out between the Sudanese army and the rival paramilitary Rapid Support Forces (RSF) group amid a power struggle.
In the midst of escalating clashes between forces loyal to the two generals, Sudanese propagandists describe the people’s anger over ignored warnings as well as their fear.
After Omar al-Bashir was deposed as president in 2019, activists feared that a power struggle between the military and the RSF would inevitably result in a coup against the interim administration.
“Genocidaires Burhan and Hemedti are both,” claim Sudanese propagandists.
Propagandists in Sudan are witnessing the terror of Sudden Gunfire And the Deadly Humanitarian Crisis In Sudan.
Idris cautioned that even though the violence has subsided, the RSF and Islamist factions are so deeply ingrained in the government that they pose a threat to long-term stability.
As RSF members in civilian clothing are a problem in Khartoum and other cities, we’re dealing with something that resembles cancer. We have witnessed the atrocities they committed and the damage they caused in Darfur. Both Burhan and Hemedti committed genocide.
Altahir Hashim, a Sudanese refugee from Darfur who now resides in the UK, expressed concern but was unsurprised by the recent increase in violence. “We have been going through this for decades, and I don’t think it will end today or tomorrow,” he declared. “We knew this day would come after the revolution removed Bashir and installed Hemedti.
“If you know what happened in Darfur, you for sure know what is coming because of all the terrible, hideous crimes that were committed without punishment — then you bring in the person responsible and share power with him.”
Join us as we discuss the urgent humanitarian crisis in the Sudan.
Death, Terror, Fear of Losing Home… All in The Air of Sudan’s Humanitarian Crisis
Sudan has been in unrest for a long time, but things are very bad right now. Its citizens have endured great suffering as a result of violence and political unrest, and many are speculating about the possibility of a refugee crisis. The world is aware of the daily deterioration in Sudan’s human rights situation. Join us as we explore this important topic and look ahead to possible developments in one of Africa’s most troubled regions.
The humanitarian crisis in Sudan is deepening with sudden firing and daily casualties.
The world must come together to end this genocide, by taking immediate action to ensure that those responsible for these war crimes do not escape justice. It is our duty as global citizens to stand up against these horrific acts of violence and show support for those affected by the conflict in Sudan.
We cannot simply sit back and allow another such atrocity to happen again; We need to act now before it is too late.
Until then, our thoughts are with them as they continue fighting for survival.