Sudanese Observatory for Human Rights Issues Statement on Displaced Persons Amid RSF Atrocities

The Sudanese Observatory for Human Rights issues a statement highlighting the suffering and need for international intervention for displaced persons in Sudan. Advocate for justice and human rights...


5/2/20241 min read

The Sudanese Observatory for Human Rights presents a statement addressing the plight of displaced persons in Sudan, fleeing the atrocities perpetrated by the Rapid Support Forces (RSF). In safe areas, these individuals seek refuge from the inferno of RSF violations, which have claimed the lives of millions of innocent unarmed civilians. These victims endure unimaginable suffering, facing torture, abuse, and subjugation, with their very existence threatened by a dark and uncertain future.

These egregious acts, tantamount to crimes against humanity, underscore the urgent need for action. We call upon the international community and all relevant human rights organizations, both domestically and internationally, to intervene decisively. Holding the perpetrators accountable and reinforcing human rights protections in accordance with established protocols and conventions is imperative.

The Sudanese Observatory for Human Rights remains steadfast in its commitment to documenting and combatting human rights violations. We stand in solidarity with Sudan's victims and vulnerable populations, advocating tirelessly for justice and accountability.