Humanity Campaign to Stop Chemical Warfare and Genocide in Darfur

Humanity Campaign to Stop Chemical Warfare and Genocide in Darfur
Humanity Campaign to Stop Chemical Warfare and Genocide in Darfur

تنزيل (1)Statement No (4)
Angry protests against the use of Chemical weapons by Khartoum regime in Darfur continued around the globe as sizable numbers of outraged Sudanese refugees and activists marched, today in Amsterdam, Netherlands. The brutal chemical weapons attacks which killed 1500 innocent civilians most of them children and women and fatally affected thousands others, according to credible evidences of Sudan Liberation Movement and Amnesty International Report, had staged demonstrations in U.S, Paris, Berlin and

Tel Aviv recently. The protestors stood before the House of Representatives (States General), then continued to the headquarters of the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) in Hague, where the demanded EU member states to take immediate concrete steps to dismantle the chemical weapons of Sudan regime and arrest Al-Bashir. Moreover; the chairman of Sudan Liberation Movement Abdul Wahid Mohammed Ahmed Al-Nour addressed the demonstrators through a phone call in which he deplored the use of chemical weapons by Khartoum and encouraged them to continue the protests until achieving the aims of regime change and restructure the Sudanese State. He further; called upon all Sudanese to unify their ranks and demonstrate in big numbers to bring speedy end to the murderous regime of Al-Bashir which committing, unabated; genocide and war crimes in Darfur, Nuba Mountain and the Blue Nile.

The Humanity Campaign to Stop Chemical Warfare and Genocide in Darfur
11th of October 2016

Statement No (4)
Angry protests against the use of Chemical weapons by Khartoum regime in Darfur continued around the globe as sizable numbers of outraged Sudanese refugees and activists marched, today in Amsterdam, Netherlands. The brutal chemical weapons attacks which killed 1500 innocent civilians most of them children and women and fatally affected thousands others, according to credible evidences of Sudan Liberation Movement and Amnesty International Report, had staged demonstrations in U.S, Paris, Berlin and Tel Aviv recently. The protestors stood before the House of Representatives (States General), then continued to the headquarters of the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) in Hague, where the demanded EU member states to take immediate concrete steps to dismantle the chemical weapons of Sudan regime and arrest Al-Bashir. Moreover; the chairman of Sudan Liberation Movement Abdul Wahid Mohammed Ahmed Al-Nour addressed the demonstrators through a phone call in which he deplored the use of chemical weapons by Khartoum and encouraged them to continue the protests until achieving the aims of regime change and restructure the Sudanese State. He further; called upon all Sudanese to unify their ranks and demonstrate in big numbers to bring speedy end to the murderous regime of Al-Bashir which committing, unabated; genocide and war crimes in Darfur, Nuba Mountain and the Blue Nile.

The Humanity Campaign to Stop Chemical Warfare and Genocide in Darfur
11th of October 2016

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