McDonnell: As Trump Administration Eases Sanctions, Five Genocides Committed by Islamist Sudan

Breitbart | 9/9/2004 | Staff
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The Trump Administration announced that it is permanently lifting some sanctions on the Islamic Republic of Sudan this month, extending and enhancing Obama-era Sudan policy.

Most of us don’t like being underestimated. But in the case of Sudan’s Khartoum regime, it has enabled the Arabist Islamists to maintain control while committing five genocides against indigenous black African Sudanese.

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The President of Sudan, International Criminal Court-indicted Omar al-Bashir, and his National Congress Party regime (formerly National Islamic Front) is responsible for all five genocidal wars. Bashir took power in a coup in 1989 led by hardliner Muslim Brotherhood Islamists.

Do you think five genocides must be an exaggeration? Genocide is “the crime of destroying or conspiring to destroy a national, ethnic, racial, or religious group.” The Sudan regime has conspired to destroy all the people groups listed below, not just the Darfuri, where genocide was declared by then-Secretary of State Colin Powell, September 9, 2004.

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In December 1999, the U.S. Committee for Refugees (USCR) released a report by Dr. Millard Burr, author and former director of logistics operations for Operation Lifeline in Sudan, currently Senior Fellow at the American Center for Democracy. According to Burr’s Quantifying Genocide in Southern Sudan and the Nuba Mountains, the death count was almost two million in 1998. This seminal report on Sudan genocide is noted by every serious genocide scholar, and the complete report is in Dr. Samuel Totten’s Genocide by Attrition.

Considering that killing continued until the Comprehensive Peace Agreement of January 2005, and that Khartoum also waged war against Southern Sudan decades earlier (1955-1972), the number could be hundreds of thousands or millions more. The war included aerial bombardment of civilians – markets, schools, and churches – and of starving families waiting for food drops from the UN that provided Khartoum with coordinates of each stop. War also...
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