On Saturday, February 4, 2023, at 3 pm in the city of Nyala, South Darfur State, A victim named: Adam Abdullah Ibrahim died after a fire burned him inside his house in the Humaida area during an attack 18 kilometers east of the city of Nyala December 23, 2022; It was an attack by armed militias belonging to the Arab tribes supported by the Rapid Support Forces; and killed the chief of Damalj of mayors tribes Dajo pan, al-Sambi (Arbab Abkar Mohammed 63), killing more than 17 and wounding dozens of civilians.
Among them were burned children, including children, the elderly, and leaders in the indigenous administration of Dagua.
On December 23, 2022, armed militias affiliated with the Rapid Support Forces, driving military four-wheel-drive vehicles (land cruisers) and motorcycles wearing the uniforms of the Rapid Support Forces, attacked the villages of (Amouri, Takla, Kebuqi, Arba’a Gemmayzeh, Humaydah, and Kadret Shatti Qashtir, Kerry, Qalqali, Doka, Singo, Umm Trina, Ashma, and Kemski) They began attacking the innocent civilians in Amuri and the neighboring villages by burning and looting properties and homes, killing and wounding dozens of civilians. See more in this link.
Since that time, the victim, Adam Abdullah, has been suffering from severe injuries to his body inside the Nyala Teaching Hospital in South Darfur state while he is with his brother, the mayor of the “Takla” area, Omar Abdullah Ibrahim, lying in the hospital with other seriously injured people so far.
As a victim member told the Darfur Network for Human Rights, we administered medical treatment to the victim, but he died due to serious wounds. Militias launched this attack with the Rapid Support Forces in the region of Belil, east of Nyala, 18 kilometers away.
Militias launched this attack with the Rapid Support Forces in Belil, east of Nyala, 18 kilometers away.
The native administration complained about the Dagua tribe; to the Darfur Network for Human Rights, the Government of South Darfur State-Nyala, and General Hemedti, the Deputy Chairman of the Sovereignty Council, stayed for four days in the Amuri village, during which some aid was provided.
He failed to fulfill its promise to arrest and bring to justice Arab armed militias from the Rizeigat tribe last month. In addition, this conflict may lead to dire consequences soon if the perpetrators are not killed and held accountable for not repeating the attack on the villages.
Darfur Network for Human Rights calls upon:
- We call on the international and regional community and our partners to take alternative measures and intervene to investigate the crimes of killing and burning innocent civilian villages to stop the use of unjustified human rights violations against innocent civilians in the Darfur region.
For more information, contact Mohammed Hassan, Executive Director, Darfur Network for Human Rights, at email: email@example.com and on Tel: (+256)752792112 (+249)924638036.