Call for Solidarity: Committee for the Support of Political Prisoners and Detainees in Sudan

Call for Solidarity
Committee for the Support of Political Prisoners and Detainees in Sudan

A summary tribunal held in the town of Sinja, Sinnar State, have issued death sentences against nineteen of SPLM-N civilian detainees from Blue Nile State and Northern Sudan, who have no involvement in the on-going military action there.
Those detainees were arrested from their homes and places of work during the NCP regime assault in Blue Nile and its elected SPLM-N Governor, Malik Agar, last September. Almost all those held underwent unspeakable torture, degraded treatment and abuse for the period of their detention. As a result, some have become physically disabled or disfigured from systematic ill treatment. Now finally, under the cover of a complete news blackout, they have been subjected to summary trials, which bear no relation to natural justice or impartial judicial processes- they were not granted, even the most basic of their legal rights. The sentences are but, a most flagrant violation of all human rights norms. Now the nineteen condemned detainees await their fate in Kober prison, in Khartoum, among them the renowned writer and poet Mr. Abdel-Monim Rahma.

What follows is a list of the detainees, whose trials are due to take place in Sinja in the coming days

•       Musa Jah-Alrasoul
•       Hammad Ahmed GAdim
•       Saddam Abbas Jol (a minor)
•       Mohammed Abdel-Algani Digais
•       Sheikh Ali Alnour Geri (local chief- Kalogi)
•       Abdallah Altoum Salih
•       Musa Balolah Kasina
•       Alsir Amir Alzaki
•       Jaroum Jah-Alrasoul
•       Taha Someit Marhoum
•       Abdallah Mohammed Al-Hassan
•       Karoum Awad Bashoum
•       Koji Malwal
•       Alrashid Umada Khossi
•       Abdallah Abdel-Rahman Abdallah

The Committee calls upon all patriots at home and in the diaspora to rise up to stop this barbaric trials.
ACT NOW!

Committee for the Support of Political Prisoners and Detainees in Sudan.
Sudan Peoples’ Liberation Movement –North
24 November 2011

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