480,000 killed, 2.8 million displaced, and it’s still going on today after 11 years (Darfur Genocide). Right now people in Darfur are still in fear of dying every day, women and children of all ages are being rapped. Men women and children are being slaughtered, injured, and destroyed all being done by one group the Janjaweed. Russia and China are trying to help this genocide stop by sending money and peacekeepers (10 years later). The rest of the world hasn’t gone through much other than one war, but they should be helping put this to an end. Genocide is a mass killing or a race or tribe, and it has happened all over the world. Genocide is important to talk and learn about because people need to know that this has happened and continues to happen, and they need to put an end to it. Many people are researching genocide and finding out what happened to cause it and how to stop genocide from happening in the future. There are many misconceptions about all genocide some people do not consider Darfur, Holocaust, and many other mass killings as genocides.
This genocide started because of racial conflicts, because Muslim Arabs are attacking and killing the Black Muslims (11 Facts About Darfur). The Janjaweed is attacking the Darfur people. Sudan’s government has 26,000 peacekeepers trying to solve this problem and put it to an end. But the peacekeepers aren’t stopping this genocide and more people need to come in and help. President Omar al Bashir was arrested for starting this genocide (Darfur Genocide). That is the only big thing that has happened to stop this genocide. The struggle of this problem is, no one is stopping this from going on it’s an ongoing process that only two other countries are helping by sending money and peacek…
…and lives lost.
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