Rape, Genocide, and Modern Day Islamic Slavery

August 23, 2008 at 9:32 am Leave a comment


The following is also found in “Captivating”, by John and Stasi Eldredge, p. 80:

 “I was sleeping when the attack on Disa started. I was taken away by the attackers, they were all in uniforms. They took dozens of other girls and made us walk for three hours. During the day we were beaten and they were telling us: ‘You, the black women, we will exterminate you, you have no god.’ At night we were raped several times. The Arabs guarded us with arms and we were not given food for three days.” (Sudanese Women, quoted in Amnesty International report):

The Amnesty International report, July 19, 2004: “Sudan: Darfur: Rape as a Weapon of War: Sexual Violence and its Consequences”  finds that rape and other forms of sexual violence in Darfur are being used as a weapon of war in order to humiliate, punish, control, inflict fear and displace women and their communities. These rapes and other sexual violence constitute grave violations of international human rights and humanitarian law, including war crimes and crimes against humanity. The report also examines the consequences of rape which have immediate and long-term effects on women beyond the actual physical violence.”
“When we tried to escape they shot more children. They raped women; I saw many cases of Janjawid raping women and girls. They are happy when they rape. They sing when they rape and they tell that we are just slaves and that they can do with us how they wish.”
Link to downloadable report


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