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Ezine Act 53 - Saturday, Sept.04, 2004
"Highlighting the Combination of Politics, Business and Love".
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The editorial of the Ezine Act 53 continues with the crimes of the dictatorship in Sudan to differentiate between the crimes committed by those dictators and the claimed to be ethnical cleansing. The column Behind the Misery Margin continues with the crimes committed in Darfur.
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Ethnical cleansing could happen in any state that has big differences and gabs between the tribes provided that the state lacks a constitution to define the political theme of the state and the integrity of the clans on that state.
There are not big differences between the clans in Sudan. However, the dictatorial regimes in the million square miles country always try to play on this issue to use the differences between the tribes for their own political interests to remain in power.
Therefore, they created what we call the marginal regions in the country and focused the power and wealth on the center of the country where the main headquarters of the dictatorial regimes are located.
Then they build the militias with false Islamic orientation to disturb the marginal regions in the country and help themselves avoid crashes coming from the marginal regions. They simply engaged the population on those regions and exhausted them to topple any uprising there.
It has never happened before that the beloved country of Sudan faces a real danger of fragmentation. Tragicomically, the governments of the sectarian parties of Sudan have all deepened the gaps, as they worked and focused on getting the power and wealth to work for them and their leaders, as spiritual leaders based on Islamic agendas.
The use of religion affected by the policies of both the military dictators and the sectarian leaders is the real cause of the unrest in the million square miles country of Sudan. And to our surprise the real cause of the fragmentation threats is angered by those leaders who are ruling Sudan by iron and fire and who brought and developed the recent crisis.
The real causes are also ignored by the rebel leaders who are not aware that even some of our neighboring countries are not pleased to see these million squire miles areas united and have developed real democracy and achieved equality to all marginalized areas.
Clean away the causes of this crisis before the flood of domestic and regional conspiracies take you away! Let's call to submit all of those dictators and rebel's leaders to the International Criminal Court ICC!
Please use any method to support the Ezine Act 53. Go to Amnesty International and even to the International Criminal Court and submit your support to the Sudanese people against those terrorists.
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Yours in Peace,,Love and Global Prosperity.
Ezine Act 53 Publisher and Senior Editor.
Khalid Osman at Khalid Osman's Network.
Khalid Osman was a teacher and a journalist with 30 years experience. He wrought in Sudan, Iraq, Kuwait and Eritrea. He was a freelancer contributed to many newspapers and magazines published in London, Paris, Cyprus, Baghdad, Kuwait, Amman and Beirut. He was an activist in these fields: Environment, Press, Education, Human rights, Children and Women.
The UN Security Council (UNSC) discusses the Secretary-General's latest report on the situation in Darfur, Sudan. Meanwhile, Amnesty International continues to urge the Council to demonstrate political will and commitment to end continuing human rights violations and halt impunity in Darfur.
"Strengthening the numbers, capacity and resources of international human rights monitoring in Darfur is vital but not enough," Amnesty International said.
The UN Secretary-General's report makes clear that monitors cannot work adequately in the present climate of intimidation created by the Sudanese government.
"The Security Council must give monitors strong political backing to compel the Sudanese government to account for the gross human rights violations committed by its security forces and its militia, the Janjawid," the organization said.
The concern of Amnesty International is that, contrary to its promises, the Sudanese government has not disarmed any member of the Janjawid. On 27 August, the UN Special Representative attended a "disarmament" ceremony of 300 militia members in Jeneina.
However, according to people living in Jeneina, those who were allegedly disarmed were given their arms back after the Special Representative left.
A further obstacle to the effective disarmament of the Janjawid is evidenced by their progressive integration into the armed forces, the Popular Defence Forces and the border police.
Amnesty International is concerned that this makes it more difficult for international monitors to identify those responsible for human rights violations.
The Military Religious Regime and the UN have designated "safe areas" for internally displaced persons (IDPS) which allows the Sudanese government armed forces to move in a perimeter of 20 km around camps for the displaced.
Amnesty International is concerned about the safety of the displaced in these "safe areas" and by the fact that such a policy is likely to institutionalise displacement, as was the case in the Nuba Mountains in Central Sudan.
The UN report also states that there are no forced returns of the displaced by the government.
However, the displaced are pressured to return to their villages: in Kalma camp near Nyala, more than 70 IDPs were arrested by the authorities in August after protesting at government attempts to return them to unsafe villages. IDP camps are monitored by the government security and military intelligence.
Amnesty International is concerned that the police force, sent by the government to restore security in Darfur, has been accused of sexually exploiting IDPs.
Women and girls continue to be raped in the vicinity of camps, and can only get medical treatment if they report rape to the police.
Members of the police force have refused to take women's accounts of rape. Moreover, many amongst the displaced do not trust the police, who are considered to be part of a government which is responsible for the devastation in Darfur.
The displaced and witnesses of human rights violations, as well as human rights activists who speak out on Darfur, interpreters and journalists are being intimidated after talking to African Union monitors and international missions.
Monitors are unable to guarantee the safety and confidentiality of witnesses. The dismal human rights situation in Darfur is a critical test of the Security Council's resolve to bring the Sudanese government to end the Darfur Crisis.
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Love is the inspiration you get when you feel your life today is the best life you ever had! It is your longing for better life and it is always the challenge to improve your life. So, it is always the flavor of joy you breathe every day in your real life.
I always feel the joy of love when I do connect with the people I love and enjoy good time with them. They make life beautiful and make me feel happier to continue with the rhythm of love and be proud of myself.
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Yours in Peace,,Love and Global Prosperity
Khalid Osman, Ezine Act 53 senior editor.
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