Genocide In Rwanda
What Is Genocide
How It All Began
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Other Counties With Genocide
Ever since Sudan became independent, their political situation has become more and more unstable. The people of North Sudan were originally Arab and Muslim, whereas the people of the South were more African and Christian. The differences of their tribes and ethnic groups has led to the conflict, violence, disruption, and mass murdering that is STILL going on in Sudan today.
Sudan started to try be more economically stable and focused a lot on resources they had as a country to offer. Unfortunately, the economy had deteriorated and the living conditions had become very bad. A short while later, a civil war started, as the Southerners were upset about the Islamic penal code that was introduced in 1983 and wanted independence from the North. This displaced two million people; nearly splitting the country in two, with the Arabs being favored by the British in the North, and the Africans in the South. The Arab Janjaweed Militia has been attacking the Africans and killing and driving them out of their territory. The government has denied any links to the militia attacks, although Omar al-Bashir has frequently been accused of supporting the militia.
The president was charged with Genocide.