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Sudan, Darfuri's Fear SAF Troops and Security Forces in Nyala and Mershing

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Sudan, Darfuri's Fear SAF Troops and Security Forces in Nyala and Mershing

Post by Mazy on Thu Oct 17 2013, 21:00

Sudan, Darfuri's Fear SAF Troops and Security Forces in Nyala and Mershing
15 OCTOBER 2013

Nyala / Mershing — Residents of el Salam camp for the displaced seriously complain about the treatment by security forces stationed at the gate of Nyala, the capital of South Darfur.

In Mershing a force made up of Sudanese Armed Forces troops, security forces and the police besieged the market of Mershing, South Darfur.

The Sheikh of el Salam camp, Mahjoub Adam Tabaldiya, told Radio Dabanga that the security forces stationed at the southern gate of Nyala, subject the displaced of the camp to inspection in a provocative and humiliating way, throwing with the possessions of the camp residents.

According to Tabaldiya the security forces are behaving in this way after the statements recently made by Major-General el Sir Bashir Hussein, commander of the Nyala infantry 16, during a speech at a celebration rally of the Popular Police Forces in Nyala on October 6. Hussein had reportedly directed the Sudanese Armed Forces and the police of Nyala to fire live ammunition at demonstrators and to tighten security measures.

The Sheikh noted that in the past the camp residents used to enter the city without being mistreated by the security forces.
He added that SAF troops and militias are still densely deployed along the roads linking the city of Nyala with the camp, causing the camp residents to fear for attacks on them.

In Mershing, South Darfur, a force made up of SAF troops, security forces and the police in 12 vehicles surrounded the market of. An eyewitness told Radio Dabanga that SAF troops, security forces and the police in 12 vehicles besieged the market of Mershing on Sunday in search of militiamen suspected of killing a number of government troops in an ambush.
The witness said that the government forces exchanged fire with militiamen at the market, causing shop owners to shut their shops and citizens to flee to their homes.

Some shop owners at the market opened on Monday again, others kept their shops closed in fear and anticipation of a possible retaliation by the militiamen.

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