Dispatch From Khartoum #5

International

5th May 2022
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April 24th - Kereinik, Darfur, Militias gathered on 250 motorcycles to the North, To the West they were on horseback. Government Rapid Support Forces took the East and the South blocking escape.

Gunfire would rage through the day, on the 25th footage of burning buildings with gunfire in the background would turn up on like. Militia men laughing over the burning buildings.

This is the second massacre that has been perpetrated in the Kereinik area in the city of Al-Geneina. The RSF has been involved in such massacres against the weak and helpless in Darfur since 2003 our Sudanese comrades write:

“Sometimes the situation is calm there, and sometimes they are subjected to massacres. This is a big event and it will happen more, but things will change and the waterfall of bloodshed and the killing of innocents in our community will stop, if the revolution is victorious and the tyrants are uprooted.

And we, the anarchists, will work hard for the victory of the revolution, despite the violence that the government follows towards the revolutionaries and is trying hard to abort the revolution.

But no way, we will not allow that”.

May 4th - It was a great day, we did a heroic epic against the government forces despite the brutal suppression of the fascist government forces, we were in a state of steadfastness and resistance. The government forces tried new tactics and the addition of police dogs and horses to clamp down on the rebels.

Unfortunately one protestor Mojtaba, a resident of Al-Sahafa City, Khartoum State, was ran over by government forces, He was taken to hospital by his comrades but died becuase of the sheer trauma and number of broken bones.

Organise!
(Info via Sudanese Anarchists Gathering)

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