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National Security Group CAR Fighters, Including Sudanese, Cross Border to Central Darfur

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National Security Group CAR Fighters, Including Sudanese, Cross Border to Central Darfur

Post by Mazy on Mon Dec 30 2013, 16:54

National Security Group CAR Fighters, Including Sudanese, Cross Border to Central Darfur
12/29/2013 | 01:05pm US/Eastern

A number of fighters fled from the Central African Republic (CAR) in 36 Land Cruisers loaded with all kinds of weapons, to Um Dukhun locality in Central Darfur on Monday, according to eyewitnesses.

The fled fighters have settled in the area of Um Nunu, the eyewitnesses from the area told Radio Dabanga. They said that the authorities received the fighters and provided them with food, water, and tents.

Mohamed Hassan El Amin, the former chairperson of the Security and Defence Committee of the Parliament had earlier reported that numbers of fighters fled CAR and entered Darfur, still carrying their weapons. El Amin confirmed in a press statement that there are Sudanese among the fighters.

He also confirmed that arrangements were prepared during a visit by Mohamed Atta El Mawla, director of the National Security and Intelligence Services, to Chad to agree on the handling of refugees and fighters who flee the fights in CAR.

On 12 December, Dr Tijani Sese, the head of the Darfur Regional Authority (DRA) warned that "the war in the neighbouring country will affect the security situation in Darfur, as fighters from CAR easily cross the Sudanese border with their weapons and equipment".

Yasir Arman, the Foreign Relations Secretary of the Sudan Revolutionary Front, pointed out in November this year that Khartoum "plays a role in CAR's internal affairs". "A former Sudanese Minister of State has now become CAR's de facto ruler by managing the civil war there and creating hatred between Muslims and Christians in the country."
Sudanese "in fear" in CAR

Meanwhile, the Sudanese in the Bembere refugee camp in CAR demanded from the UN to provide protection for them or transfer them to a safe place.

The head of the Bembere camp for Sudanese refugees, sheikh Abdelrahman Ismail, told Radio Dabanga on Friday that they now fear for their lives because of the fighting on the grounds of religion in the country.
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Re: National Security Group CAR Fighters, Including Sudanese, Cross Border to Central Darfur

Post by chiki on Tue Dec 31 2013, 12:22

I cannot imagine the suffering of refugees, who fled their homes leaving all behind, and now have to live terrified in the camps. And why fighters get aid without giving up the weapons? No good news to end the year...

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