Sudan’s Army and Security forces war Underscores Serious Crisis.

Sudan's Army and Security forces war Underscores Serious Crisis.

Two months of violence between the army and a paramilitary organization in the capital of Sudan are now affecting other regions of the nation.

Fighting between the Sudanese Armed Forces and the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces has had a significant negative impact on Sudan’s economy and caused a lack of necessary supplies. Numerous people have been killed as a result of the skirmishes, which have now moved to the unstable region of Darfur.

The battle has already nearly brought the Sudanese economy to a standstill, with most of the fighting taking place in Darfur and the country’s capital, Khartoum. The population’s predicament is getting worse due to sky-high inflation, a financial collapse, and a scarcity of water, food, electricity, medicine, and medical personnel.

Fighting broke out between the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces (RSF) of the country, which are led by General Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo, also known as Hemeti, and the Sudanese Armed Forces (SAF) under the command of General Abdel-Fattah al-Burhan, about eight weeks ago because the latter was going to be incorporated into the former.

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The Sudanese Ministry of Health reports that the hostilities have resulted in at least 6,000 injuries and about 800 fatalities. But since many deaths go unrecorded, the actual numbers are probably much higher. The bodies on the streets are still not collected or tallied.

“That support can be internal, such as drafting parties [tribal groups that recruit fighters] on the ground in Sudan, or it can be external, meaning money and weapons from regional backers,” he continued. This reignites the pre-existing, racially motivated local violence in West Darfur.

Despite the horrible toll on human life, the UN does not intervene and does not have peacekeepers on the ground. In addition, the UN did not intervene in the nearly ten-year-old civil war in Yemen. What justifies that?

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