darfur - Chris Davies Dr. Fernandez Political Science 105...

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Chris Davies Dr. Fernandez Political Science 105 March 25, 2009 Crisis In Darfur The conflict in Darfur is that the government is suspected of committing and aiding in genocide. The conflict is also that the government claims that it is not genocide because they are only after the rebels of Sudan. However, many civilians are being killed and cities are being burned. Witnesses and victims were saying that the Juanjaweed were even throwing babies into the fires. I personally feel that it is genocide. I believe this because the Juanjaweed are killing any and everyone who is suspected of being a rebel. They are shooting first and never even asking questions. I also feel that the government is to blame because of their involvement in aiding the Juanjaweed and private militias. The foreign minister of Darfur stated that they were supplying both the Juanjaweed and the militias with weapons, food, and money to be able to more easily finish their campaigns of supposedly weeding out the outlaws and rebels. In the end, it comes
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