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Wendy Sollet🌻✨ Jul 7
There is currently a blackout in Sudan -500 killed -723 injured -650 arrested -48 women raped -6 men raped -1000 missing No western media has reported on the massacre. Copy/paste this tweet or RT to spread awareness and stop it being suppressed
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Daniel Adamson Jul 11
“This was one of the 1st massacres in history to be live-streamed.” takes a forensic look at the violence that was unleashed on Sudan’s revolutionaries on June 3rd
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Abubaker Yousif Jul 9
The fear on this young lady's face with her arms up says it all ! Her crime was calling for freedom, justic and peace!
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Eleanya Ndukwe Jr. Jul 10
Our voices got heard. Our campaigns paid off. Our protests shook the world. One step at a time. ✊🏿✊🏿✊🏿✊🏿
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Assim Abdelmagid Jul 10
Janjaweed in uniform, flag patch poke a recumbent victim ordering him 2 get up although he’s hand tied. A soldier angrily tries 2 cut the injured’s hairlocs.
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Ahmed Kaballo Jul 10
We knew when the was back on in that the videos would flood our WhatsApp groups. But I don't think we were prepared for them led the & yet within months they are being dragged away like this. How has this happened 😔
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Dr Husam El-mugamar Jul 12
Never again! They have to be brought to justice ! They committed war crimes and crimes against humanity! No one should get away with crimes like this! The world must make sure they are brought to justice!
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CHLOE CARTERR with 2 Rs Jul 9
Using 4 blue pencils, It took me 4 Days... We are praying 4 Sudan, A place almost, 4000 miles away🙏🏾✨.
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Lorian Synaro Jul 6
Another victory for Sudanese people ✌️After millions of people marched all around the country, the TMC was forced to yield the demands of the people. Freedom for Sudan!
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Safiy 19h
⭕️Today's protest in Wad Madani turned into a march. Main demand is to punish those responsible for the killings of demonstrators.
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BBC News Africa Jul 12
Replying to @BBCAfrica
People around the world expressed their solidarity with Sudan’s struggle for peace and democracy.
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زول🇸🇩 Jul 10
A rape victim tells her story on the day of the General Command Street Massacre: “we were 5 girls gathered by the militias from different parents of the demonstration spot. We didn’t know each other but we were all terrified while the soldiers forced us ... more
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FatihAlrahman Omer Jul 9
After the internet back to Sudan I received this video, showing the reason to block internet, to hide what was happening from TMC at 3 June against peaceful protesters, we should keep our revolution til the TMC leave .
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Safiy 17h
⭕️Student demonstration in Sinjah to protest against the crimes of the Transitional Military Council.
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galal yousif Jul 10
Never ever trust them , many are fall . Many are still missing, many are raped . This how the military treated his people,
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A M Abd-EL-Rahim 59m
the army is there to protect the regime not the nation any disagreement ? Where is you’re action ?
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Daniel Adamson Jul 11
On June 3rd there was a massacre on the streets of Khartoum. has analysed over 300 videos shot that morning. This is an eye-witness view of the shocking violence that was unleashed on Sudan’s revolution
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Randa 1h
I never crossed paths with any of those martyred, but my heart is aching from their loss. May Allah grant them all the highest ranks of Jannah and may He grant the ones who loved them patience to keep loving and living
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Ashraf Jul 10
Sudan junta and janjaweed force people to shout “non-civilian” and “military” as they are being humiliated and abused. Footage dates back to the day of 6/3. Convince me it’s not a coup!!!
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Fabiola 🕊 2h
Devastated about what happening in Sudan. The lack of covering is loud.
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