Sudan: Sudan Central Doctors Committee – Field Report January 21 (22.01.2022)

The funeral processions of the martyr Muhammad Faisal Khalaf Allah in the city of Madani were subjected to excessive violence through the use of live bullets and tear gas, which led to injuries, the details of which are as follows:

Total (12) cases:

Live bullet injury in the groin, (stable)

– Head injury with rubber bullets, (stable).

– Injury to the foot with a rubber bullet (stable).

– (2) Wounded by tear gas canisters, one in the chest and the other in the foot (stable).

– (7) Cases of asphyxiation by tear gas.

This and we will bring you all new in due time.

The wall of the coup is now reeling, and these roaring masses in Madani, Khartoum and all the states of Sudan will soon bring it down to cross to a state of peace and justice.

January 22 2022

Sudan: The Unified Office of Physicians – Statement on the events in North Darfur (21.01.2022)

In continuation of the state of chaos sweeping the Darfur region these days, an unfortunate accident occurred two days ago, west of El Fasher, North Darfur, which resulted in six deaths and a number of firearm injuries.

The disruption of the security contract in the states of Darfur has become a matter, it is worrying for all Sudanese as long as the well-being of the homeland is part of the well-being of every part of it, and this disengagement is undoubtedly fabricated by the coup forces – in their various forms – which are by their nature unqualified and unable to provide security on the outskirts of the city and lack the necessary legal and patriotic will, and the security liquidity that occurs is only happen about these forces are intended for the purposes they serve.

More than two hundred deaths as a result of live bullets in the Darfur region have been confirmed in the reports of the Central Committee of Doctors of Sudan since the beginning of last October, and there are more that have not been monitored for one reason or another.

The free killing I’ve been working on in the stricken province since 2003 it is still continuing, on the grounds that the one who creates problems, the one who provides the arms, and the one who seduces is still present at the head of the state and passes his agenda without accountability or oversight.

The armed struggle movements that signed on to peace and hoped to play a pivotal role in stopping these absurd wars are also the ones whose leaders put their hands in the hands of the killers, and they became killers like them, issue free death targeting the displaced, farmers and shepherds. The governor of the region also records a complete absence from contributing to stopping the cycle of systematic violence there, and he is entrusted with playing a positive role at this juncture, but the matter has been entrusted to non-people.

We affirm that there is no way out of this spiral except by working hard towards defeating the coup and building a civil state so that the people’s weapon is not used to kill the sons of the country. People of the same region.

We also call on honorable lawyers and jurists to carry out a fair and transparent investigation that brings victims their rights and serves as a sermon to every criminal who thinks that he is above the law.

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January 21 2022

Sudan: Forces of Freedom and Change – About the events in the Salomeh area (22.01.2022)

Turn the page militias of treachery and betrayal.

The failure of the coup authority, the forces of apostasy, the remnants and the negligent ones to provide security for civilians.

The sons and daughters of our people make the era of heroism.

We in the Forces of Freedom and Change have been following and carefully monitoring the events and security breaches that follow on the outskirts of the cities and countryside in beloved Darfur, which are still claiming the lives of peaceful, defenseless citizens who have been affected by the unarmed hands of militias, we have repeatedly demanded that the page of these militias be turned down by resolving them because they are a page of treachery and betrayal.

The forces of freedom and change have mercy on the souls of the martyrs of our steadfast, patient and combative people, the last of which was on the night of January 19, when armed militias attacked the citizens of Salome village near Zamzam area, south of El Fasher, which includes Zamzam camp for the displaced, as the attack left 5 martyrs, many wounded, and theft of citizens’ livestock.

The Forces of Freedom and Change condemn these unfortunate attacks that are still recurring in light of the disillusionment of the coup authority, the forces of apostasy, the remnants and the negligent, and their repeated failure to provide security and protect civilians.

As we affirm in the forces of freedom and change with the movement of the daughters and sons of our people who are making these days a new era, the era of heroism, because the lives of these young people are a clear and straight line, there is no difference between its interior and its appearance, and there is no contradiction between its day and its yesterday.

Glory and eternity to the honorable martyrs of all of us, and speedy recovery to the wounded and injured.

Freedom for detainees from the peaceful movement forces.

January 22 2022 AD

Sudan: Central Committee of Sudan Doctors (CCSD) – A call for solidarity (20.01.2022)

To all medical organizations, human rights organizations, unions, citizens of the free world:

Since last October, the Sudanese people have been peacefully demonstrating in the streets with extraordinary courage against yet another totalitarian military regime that seeks to replace their predecessor Albashir (a wanted criminal who ruled Sudan for 30 years) and take over the country.

The Sudanese people have been resisting by all available peaceful means, losing many innocent lives while pursuing democracy, freedom, peace, and justice. We are fighting against violent and ruthless forces, that did not hesitate in using military-grade weaponry against armless protestors in an attempt to suppress their dreams and hopes.

From the 25th of October till now, we lost 72 souls, and had more than 2000 wounded, while participating in pro-democracy protests across Sudan. The majority were killed from sustained direct gunshot wounds to their heads, necks, or chests. The militias of the military coup have committed egregious human rights violations, including rape, hindering emergency medical services to those in need, attacking hospitals with tear gas and stun grenades, attacking medical workers while performing their duties, and arresting the wounded and injured from their hospital beds. They tried to isolate the Sudanese people from the world by limiting press access and interrupting internet services repeatedly since the coup.

We call on all humans worldwide to stand in solidarity with the Sudanese people, their hopes and dreams in this fight. We ask you to stand in solidarity with our peaceful fight for Freedom, Peace, and Justice. We ask that you reach out to your governments and representatives, pressure them to use their influence and political power against this coup. We call for regional, global, political and economic sanctions against those responsible for the coup, and not to give the coup regime any sort of legitimacy or international recognition.

Our people will continue their peaceful uphill battle towards democracy, a path that started in 2018, unwavering from its peaceful means despite the coup gang attempts of dragging us to violence through shock and awe, and constant provocation.

The Sudanese people have learned from their past experiences, and the lessons of the neighboring countries. Today, it’s a fight for existence and dignity. The continuation of the coup gang threatens the peace and security of the Sudanese people and the entire region. Our people will remain strong and united, for our victory is inevitable.

20 January 2022

Sudan: Forces of Freedom and Change – Statement (19.01.2022)

Our people wrote another epic of their valiant steadfastness in the face of the October 25 coup, through civil disobedience to which large sectors of our people quickly collapsed in response to the January 17 massacre, and an affirmation that our people have a lot of experience of peaceful resistance action, dnd that we will not retreat without achieving his goals of freedom, peace and justice.

Civil disobedience enjoyed wide participation from all sectors of our people, as the resistance committees confronted their role as a vanguard in confronting tyranny by calling for disobedience and Tatars, and 60 and more professional entities announced their involvement in the strike amidst the wide participation of the health and education sectors, bankers, pharmacists, the justice sector, and accountants, in addition to the engineering sector, the medical sector witnessed the withdrawal of medical cadres from hospitals affiliated with the regular forces, and an appreciable interaction in the public and private sectors and the invitation launched by the Employers Union, this disobedience and strike is the first rain that appeared as a drop that will be followed by other drops, and in this context, the Forces of Freedom and Change renewed the call for the resistance committees and professional entities to sit in the coming days to tighten coordination among them and prepare for the decisive battle in which our people regain their freedom and dignity.

We in the forces of freedom and change affirm that we will continue, with our people, the path of peaceful mass resistance, and we call on all the sons and daughters of our people in the capital and the states to commemorate the martyrs through “Martyr’s Friday” the day after tomorrow, January 21, to be a day to commemorate their memory through processions going from mosques after Friday prayers.

And that the processions near the homes of the martyrs head to their homes, in commemoration of the martyrs and a demonstration of the solidarity of our people with their families and its adherence to continuing the path of what they were martyred for and its demand for comprehensive justice and equity for them and their families.

We also support the call of the Khartoum East committees for a million martyrs tomorrow, Thursday, and we tell them that you will not walk alone, for the battle of freedom is all our business and we will not lag behind any of its fronts.

Executive Office of the Forces of Freedom and Change

January 19, 2022 AD

Sudan: Central Committee of Sudan Doctors (CCSD) – Field Report on Civilians’ injury cases during the January 17th anti-coup Protests (January 19th, 2022)

167 injury cases among civilians have been accounted for to date, including 52 injury cases due to live ammunition, 3 of which are in unstable condition treating at the intensive care, 14 head injury cases due to tear gas canisters aimed at the civilians and 3 eyes injury cases due to tear gas canisters

Wounded as below

-52 injury cases due to the use of live ammunition

– 3 injury cases of gunshots fragments

– 4 injury cases due to rubber bullet

-5 injury cases due to a stun grenade

– 3 injury cases of stun grenades fragments

– 14 head injury cases due to tear gas canisters aimed at civilians

– 3 eyes injury cases due to tear gas canisters aimed at civilians

– 37 body injury cases due to tear gas canisters

– An injury case with solid object

– 42 head injury cases due to batons beating and stamped

– 3 cases of suffocation caused by tear gas

Khartoum State:

Khartoum City’s Processions

A total of 122 injury cases were reported

-(46) injury cases of live ammunition, 2 cases are unstable

-(3) injury cases due to a stun grenade

-(7) head injury cases due to tear gas canisters aimed at civilians

-(27) body injury cases due to tear gas canisters aimed at civilians

-(1) An head injury case with solid object

– (33) body injury cases due to batons beating, stones-throwing and stampede

– (2) injury cases due to rubber bullets

– (2) injury cases of gunshots fragments

– (1) eye injury case due to tear gas canisters aimed at civilians

Omdurman City’s Processions

A total of 4 injury cases were reported

– (2) head injury cases due to tear gas canisters aimed at civilians

– (1) body injury case due to batons beating,stones-throwing and stampede

– (1) eye injury case due to tear gas canisters aimed at civilians

Bahri City’s Processions

A total of 39 injury cases were reported

-(5) injury cases due to the use of live ammunition.

– (2) injury case due to stun grenad

– (4) head injury cases due to tear gas canisters aimed at civilians

– (1) eye injury case due to tear gas canister aimed at civilians

– (10) body injury cases due to tear gas canisters aimed at civilians

– (8) body injury cases due to batons beating, stones-throwing and stampede

– (3) cases of suffocation due to tear gas.

– (1) injury case of gunshot fragments

– (3) injury cases of stun grenades fragments

– (2) injury cases due to rubber bullet

Regions:

Madani city

– (1) Unstable neck injury caused by the live immunition of the security forces

– (1) head injury case due to tear gas canister aimed at civilians

CCSD keeps the details of the abovementioned private to protect their rights and for their security

CCSD is investigating injury cases reported in the regions will release field reports once confirmed

This report didn’t include the cases treated by the field teams.

CCSD’s Media Office

January 19th, 2022

Sudan: Forces of Freedom and Change – Press Statement (19.01.2022)

A leading delegation from the Forces of Freedom and Change meets with the assistance of the US Secretary of State

It calls for an end to violence and the systematic killing of revolutionaries and for a credible and serious political process to end the coup.

Today, Wednesday, January 19, 2022, a delegation from the Executive Office of the Forces of Freedom and Change met with the assistance of the US Secretary of State, Ms. Molly Fee, and the US envoy to the Horn of Africa, Ambassador David Sitterfield, and in the presence of the US Chargé d’Affairs in Khartoum, Mr. Brian Shawkan.

The delegation dealt with the systematic violence and repression launched by the coup authorities against the civilian revolutionaries, which led to the death and martyrdom of more than 70 male and female martyrs, and the wounding and arrest of hundreds of civilians, especially in Darfur and South Kordofan…

The delegation also discussed the initiative of the United Nations Integrated Mission to Support the Transition in Sudan (UNITAMS) and presented its vision on how to make the initiative credible and serious, achieving the demands of the Sudanese people, ending the coup, leading to an immediate civilian democratic transition and turning the page on the coup.

The meetings between the two sides will continue while the American delegation is in Khartoum.

Executive Office

Forces of Freedom and Change

January 19, 2022 AD

Sudan: Forces of Freedom and Change – Statement on the message of the Alliance of Forces of Freedom and Change for the Riyadh Conference (18.01.2022)

The Alliance of Forces for Freedom and Change sent a message today to the Friends of Sudan meeting held in the Saudi capital, Riyadh, to discuss the latest developments in the country.

The Forces for Freedom and Change expressed their deep appreciation for all the international stances supporting the people of Sudan in their resistance to the October 25 coup, and provided a full explanation of the political current developments in the country and the brutality with which the coup authority met the peaceful mass movement in Sudan with a focus on the January 17 massacre which represented an extension of the crimes of the coup authority, in which more than 70 martyrs and thousands were injured, and the letter stressed the need to mobilize international support for the defenseless people of Sudan in their legitimate quest to regain their freedom and dignity.

The message of the coalition made it clear that the initial consultations launched by the United Nations Integrated Mission in Sudan had been dealt a severe blow by the authority of the coup, and called on the assembled coalition to support the demand for the formation of a high-level international mechanism that would be acceptable to the Sudanese people and compatible with their aspirations to help develop a credible political process that ends the revolutionary situation completely and establishes a new constitutional framework that fulfills the demand for full civil authority that the people of Sudan seek.

Executive Office – Forces of Freedom and Change

January 18, 2022 AD

Sudan: UN Agencies Denounce Attacks on UN Operations During Darfur Visit (18.01.2022)

A significant increase in insecurity across the region has been observed, posing a threat to aid operations and puts already vulnerable communities at risk of not getting the support they need.

EL FASHER, Sudan, January 18, 2022 – During a visit to El Fasher, the state capital of North Darfur, 16 to 17 January, UN officials from UNICEF, WFP, UNHCR and OCHA denounced the attacks on UN operations that occurred over the last few weeks.

These acts of violence constitute a direct attack on the most vulnerable people in Sudan, who have unjustly been robbed of food assistance they so desperately need. The looting forced the World Food Programme to suspend its operations in North Darfur late last year.

After assessing the destruction of WFP warehouses, the Heads of UN Agencies met with authorities, including State and Regional Governors, commanders of the Sudan Police and Armed Forces, and the State Humanitarian Aid Commissioner. The UN representatives were encouraged to see ongoing recovery of looted food and assets and the commitment by the State and Darfur Governors to investigate “with concrete conclusions, which identify perpetrators and bring them to justice in order to feel the full force of the law”.

“The Government’s commitments and responsibilities to the National Plan of Protection of Civilians must be upheld to ensure unimpeded humanitarian assistance as well as the safe implementation of the peacebuilding and development programmes. Any attacks of this nature must be swiftly investigated and should never happen again,” said Axel Bisschop, acting Humanitarian Coordinator and UNHCR Representative in Sudan.

Since November, a significant increase in insecurity across the region has been observed, posing a threat to aid operations and puts already vulnerable communities at risk of not getting the support they need. Without the rule of law, basic levels of government control and credible security forces, it becomes difficult for humanitarian operations to carry out their critical functions, providing food, health, education and other humanitarian assistance.

In 2022, there are an estimated 14.3 million people who need humanitarian assistance across Sudan, while nearly one in four people in Sudan are food insecure. The suspension of WFP operations in North Darfur could affect up to 2 million people this year.

In 2021, aid workers reached over 8.1 million people with some form of assistance in Sudan. A humanitarian response plan has been launched for 2022 aiming to provide humanitarian assistance to 10.9 million vulnerable people at the cost of $1.9 billion.

Sudan: Central Committee of Sudan Doctors (CCSD) – January 17th, 2022

7 civilians have been killed by the live ammunitions of security forces during today’s anti-coup peaceful protests.

The Junta forces keep on committing massacres, facing peaceful Sudanese protesters with deadly force. Numerous injury cases caused by live ammunition have been reported & under treatment.

The whole world must pay a close attention & take serious actions to stop these deliberate & heinous crimes against the people of Sudan, who has been peacefully & persistently pushing toward a free, peaceful, just & democratic country.

The death toll among civilians since the military coup rises to 71.

CCSD’s Media Office

January 17th, 2022

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