محضر المداولات السري للغاية للجنة الأمنية والاستخباراتية والسياسية لادارة الأزمات

*** مكتوب عليه سري للغاية

محتوى محضر المداولات السري للغاية للجنة الأمنية والاستخباراتية والسياسية لادارة الأزمات المنعقدة في مكتب مدير جهاز الأمن والمخابرات الوطني يوم 18 يونيو 2017. وقد تم الحصول على الوثيقة السرية من مصدر مطلع وموثوق به.

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حضوراً في الاجتماع كان نخبة من مركز القوة في نظام حزب المؤتمر الوطني الحاكم، الرئيس البشير، نائب الرئيس بكري حسن صالح، وزير الخارجية إبراهيم غندور، وزير الدفاع عوض بن عوف، حامد ممتاز الأمين السياسي لحزب المؤتمر الوطني،  ووزير الدولة بوزارة الخارجية، فريق أول محمد عطا المولى مدير جهاز الأمن والمخابرات الوطني، فريق أول ركن إبراهيم محمد الحسن قائد هيئة الاستخبارات والأمن، إبراهيم محمود نائب رئيس المؤتمر الوطني وبروفيسر إبراهيم أحمد عمر رئيس البرلمان.

الكشف عن أدلة موثوقة على استخدام الأسلحة الكيميائية

السودان: الكشف عن أدلة موثوقة على استخدام الأسلحة الكيميائية لقتل وتشويه مئات المدنيين بينهم أطفال في دارفور

29 أيلول / سبتمبر 2016

عن طريق تحقيق أجرته منظمة العفو الدولية تجمعت لديها أدلة مروعة على الاستخدام المتكرر لما يعتقد أنها أسلحة كيمائية ضد المدنيين، بما في ذلك الأطفال الصغار جداً، من قبل القوات الحكومية السودانية في واحدة من أكثر المناطق النائية في دارفور خلال الثمانية أشهر الماضية.

فباستخدام صور الأقمار الصناعية، وإجراء أكثر من 200 مقابلة متعمقة مع الناجين ومن تحليل الخبراء لعشرات الصور المروعة التي تبين الأطفال الرضع والصغار المصابين بإصابات مروعة، أظهر التحقيق أن مالايقل عن 30 هجمة كيماوئية يحتمل وقوعها في منطقة جبل مرة في دارفور منذ يناير/ كانون الثاني 2016. وكان أحدثها عهداً في 9 سبتمبر/ أيلول 2016. Continue reading

Nearly 4,000 Attacks in the Nuba Mountains, have been documented over the last three years

Map created by The Atavist Magazine The Atavist Magazine

Map created by The Atavist Magazine The Atavist Magazine

THE BOMBING CAMPAIN, MAPPED

23 October 2015

Nearly 4,000 bombs have been dropped on civilian targets since Nuba Reports started counting in 2012.

The campaign has terrorized the people of this southernmost state in Sudan, killing and maiming civilians, forcing many to flee, and making it difficult for others to plant and tend their farms.

Nuba Reports journalists geo-locate each bombing and frontline battle, and they verify them with GPS photographs. For the first time, this forgotten war is mapped, and the location data brought to life. Continue reading

Sudan Call Declaration

A Political Declaration on the Establishment of a State of Citizenship and Democracy

3 December 2014

Cognizant that Sudan is sliding towards an abyss as a result of the policies of the regime, which came to power in the June 1989 coup, and divided the country and waged wars; imposed a single identity; spread hatred, animosity, and contempt for the other; subjected certain ethnic groups to genocide; drove millions into refugee and internal displacement camps; caused the secession of South Sudan; destroyed the economy by damaging productive projects and national wealth; propagated corruption; ruined the health and education sectors, the environment and national institutions; constricted citizens’ means of livelihood, driving them to emigration or unemployment; passed and enforced laws which demeaned and degraded the dignity and rights of Sudanese women and men; removed institutions providing democratic checks and balances and oversight; cracked down on the media and free expression in all its forms; placed our country under international scrutiny and opprobrium through 62 international resolutions with the country’s leadership charged before the International Criminal Court (ICC), in addition to a host of other policies that continue to push the country towards more division and total destruction. Continue reading

Human Rights Update: Southern Kordofan State, Sudan August 2013

Woman killed when her hut was burned in an aerial bombardment  on Tadugli

Woman killed when her hut was burned in an aerial bombardment
on Tadugli

An Extract

This update is intended as the first in a series of monthly updates to be produced by the Sudan Consortium in cooperation with local human rights monitors on the ground to highlight ongoing violations of human rights and international humanitarian law in the region.

 

In the six week period from 1 June to 15 July, the Sudanese Air Force and Sudanese Armed Forces bombed and shelled civilian areas in Southern Kordofan. During the reporting period, the Sudanese Air Force systematically bombed civilian settlements in opposition-held areas of Heiban, Al Buram, Kadugli and Um Dorein Counties in Southern Kordofan. The Sudanese Armed Forces also shelled populated areas in Al Buram and Um Dorein Local human rights monitors working in Southern Kordofan documented more than 50 such attacks during the reporting period, with the majority of attacks being bombing raids carried out by Antonov bomber aircraft. These aircraft drop large, crudely constructed, and unguided bombs from high altitude – relying on methods and means of delivery which are inherently indiscriminate.

 

As a result of these attacks, ten civilians (including seven children and one woman) were killed, and 25 were injured during the reporting period. According to the monitors who documented these attacks, all the locations where these casualties occurred were clearly identifiable as being civilian in character, were not being used for military purposes and did not represent legitimate military targets.

The reporting period saw a significant increase in bombing attacks launched by the Sudanese Air Force against cultivated agricultural areas in Southern Kordofan. Delami County, known as fertile and productive agricultural area, was subjected to a particularly intensive and systematic attack during June and early July. Monitors on the ground recorded a total of 178 bombs dropped in the course of 32 separate air raids on Delami during this period. The attacks, the majority of which targeted areas of cultivated land, damaged or destroyed newly planted crops in 12 locations, and appear to have been timed to coincide with the planting and early growing season (The planting season in Delami began in June).

The Sudan Consortium
African and International Civil Society Action for Sudan

Iran ‘steals surface-to-air missiles from Libya’

 Revolutionary Guards march in Tehran. Hundreds of Revolutionary Guards are based in Sudan Photo: AFP/GETTY


Revolutionary Guards march in Tehran. Hundreds of Revolutionary Guards are based in Sudan Photo: AFP/GETTY

Iran’s Revolutionary Guards have stolen dozens of sophisticated Russian-made surface-to-air missiles from Libya and smuggled them across the border to neighbouring Sudan, according to Western intelligence reports.

By Con Coughlin

22 Sep 2011

The weapons were seized by units attached to the Guards’ elite Quds Force, which travelled to Libya from their base in southern Sudan.

Acting on orders received from Revolutionary Guards commanders in Iran, they took advantage of the chaos that engulfed Libya following the collapse of the regime of former dictator Colonel Muammar Gaddafi to seize “significant quantities” of advanced weaponry, according to military intelligence officers in Libya. Continue reading

Imagery – Cameras on the Battlefield: Multimedia Confirmation of the Razing of Gardud al Badry, South Kordofan, Sudan

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This frame from a cell phone video of the razing of Gardud al Badry shows flames arising from thatch-roofed, civilian residential structures called “tukuls”. Location: Gardud al Badry, South Kordofan, Sudan Report Date: October 16, 2012

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Cell phone video documents a joint unit of Sudanese soldiers, militia, and police targeting civilians while razing and looting the village of Gardud al Badry Location: Gardud al Badry, South Kordofan, Sudan Report Date: October 16, 2012

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Cell phone video shows flames arising from thatch-roofed, civilian residential structures in Gardud al Badry Location: Gardud al Badry, South Kordofan, Sudan Report Date: October 16, 2012

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Cell phone video shows flames arising from thatch-roofed, civilian residential structures in Gardud al Badry Location: Gardud al Badry, South Kordofan, Sudan Report Date: October 16, 2012

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Cell phone video shows flames arising from thatch-roofed, civilian residential structures in Gardud al Badry Location: Gardud al Badry, South Kordofan, Sudan Report Date: October 16, 2012

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Cell phone video documents a joint unit of Sudanese soldiers, militia, and police razing and looting the village of Gardud al Badry, South Kordofan, Sudan Location: Gardud al Badry, South Kordofan, Sudan Report Date: October 16, 2012

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Cell phone video frame documenting razing of Gardud al Badry Location: Gardud al Badry, South Kordofan, Sudan Report Date: October 16, 2012

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Cell phone video documents a joint unit of Sudanese soldiers, militia, and police razing and looting the village of Gardud al Badry, South Kordofan, Sudan Location: Gardud al Badry, South Kordofan, Sudan Report Date: October 16, 2012

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Cell phone video documents a joint unit of Sudanese soldiers, militia, and police targeting civilians while razing and looting the village of Gardud al Badry Location: Gardud al Badry, South Kordofan, Sudan Report Date: October 16, 2012

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Cell phone video documents a joint unit of Sudanese soldiers, militia, and police targeting civilians while razing and looting the village of Gardud al Badry Location: Gardud al Badry, South Kordofan, Sudan Report Date: October 16, 2012

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Cell phone video documents a joint unit of Sudanese soldiers, militia, and police targeting civilians while razing and looting the village of Gardud al Badry Location: Gardud al Badry, South Kordofan, Sudan Report Date: October 16, 2012

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Cell phone video documents a joint unit of Sudanese soldiers, militia, and police razing and looting the village of Gardud al Badry, South Kordofan, Sudan Location: Gardud al Badry, South Kordofan, Sudan Report Date: October 16, 2012

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Frame from a newly discovered cell phone video of a joint unit of Sudanese soldiers, militia, and police razing and looting the village of Gardud al Badry, South Kordofan, Sudan, on May 18, 2012. Location: Gardud al Badry, South Kordofan, Sudan Report Date: October 16, 2012

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Cell phone video documents a joint unit of Sudanese soldiers, militia, and police razing and looting the village of Gardud al Badry, South Kordofan, Sudan Location: Gardud al Badry, South Kordofan, Sudan Report Date: October 16, 2012

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Cell phone video documents a joint unit of Sudanese soldiers, militia, and police razing and looting the village of Gardud al Badry, South Kordofan, Sudan Location: Gardud al Badry, South Kordofan, Sudan Report Date: October 16, 2012

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Gardud al Badry before June 19, 2012 DigitalGlobe black and white image of Gardud al Badry. Imagery Date: Before June 19, 2012 Location: Gardud al Badry, South Kordofan, Sudan Report Date: October 16, 2012

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Gardud al Badry after September 8, 2012 DigitalGlobe black and white image of Gardud al Badry Imagery Date: After September 8, 2012 Location: Gardud al Badry, South Kordofan, Sudan Report Date: October 16, 2012

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Gardud al Badry before June 19, 2011 DigitalGlobe black and white image of Gardud al Badry Imagery Date: Before June 19, 2011 Location: Gardud al Badry, South Kordofan, Sudan Report Date: October 16, 2012

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Gardud al Badry after September 8, 2012 DigitalGlobe black and white image of Gardud al Badry, taken September 8, 2012 Imagery Date: After September 8, 2012 Location: Gardud al Badry, South Kordofan, Sudan Report Date: October 16, 2012

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Destruction Within Gardud al Badry, Sudan DigitalGlobe black and white image of Gardud al Badry, taken September 8, 2012 Imagery Date: June 19, 2011 (left) and September 8, 2012 (right) Location: Gardud al Badry, South Kordofan, Sudan Report Date: October 16, 2012

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Damaged Probable School Buildings at Gardud al Badry, Sudan DigitalGlobe black and white image of Gardud al Badry, taken September 8, 2012 Imagery Date: June 19, 2011 (left) and September 8, 2012 (right) Location: Gardud al Badry, South Kordofan, Sudan Report Date: October 16, 2012

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Corn and squash invade the ruins of burned tukuls in Gardud al Badry Photo taken by Nuba Reports on August 1, 2012 Location: Gardud al Badry, South Kordofan, Sudan Report Date: October 16, 2012

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Corn and squash invade the ruins of burned tukuls in Gardud al Badry Photo taken by Nuba Reports on August 1, 2012 Location: Gardud al Badry, South Kordofan, Sudan Report Date: October 16, 2012

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The Government of Sudan’s indiscriminate artillery bombardment of Gardud al Badry on July 29, 2012, blew the roof off this classroom, and shrapnel tore a hole through the chalkboard Photo taken by Nuba Reports on August 1, 2012 Location: Gardud al Badry, South Kordofan, Sudan Report Date: October 16, 2012

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The Government of Sudan’s indiscriminate artillery bombardment of Gardud al Badry on July 29, 2012, blew the roof off this classroom, and shrapnel tore a hole through the chalkboard Photo taken by Nuba Reports on August 1, 2012 Location: Gardud al Badry, South Kordofan, Sudan Report Date: October 16, 2012

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Abu Tira Battle Dress Uniform Cap Abu Tira’s Battle Dress Uniform, imprinted with its distinctive insignia, includes a desert camouflage hat

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Abu Tira Patch A patch used by Sudan’s Central Reserve Police, also known as Abu Tira, shows an eagle with spread wings, clutching a red sun, over an Eye of Horus. The Arabic text below the eagle reads, “Central Reserve: The Police in Service of the People.” Above the eagle, and atop two sheaves of wheat, is the name of Allah. The word to the left of the eagle is “duty”; the word to the right is “country.”

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Map of the Nuba Mountains, South Kordofan, Sudan

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Cell phone video documents a joint unit of Sudanese soldiers, militia, and police targeting civilians while razing and looting the village of Gardud al Badry Location: Gardud al Badry, South Kordofan, Sudan Report Date: October 16, 2012

Photos by:- DigitalGlobe and Enough

The Satellite Sentinel Project released a multimedia package presenting evidence that Sudan’s notoriously brutal Central Reserve Police, also known as “Abu Tira,” participated in, and filmed, the systematic burning and looting of the Nuba Mountains village of Gardud al Badry in the war-torn region of South Kordofan, Sudan.

Imagery associated with the report includes before-and-after DigitalGlobe satellite imagery, frames from a newly discovered cell phone video shot by Abu Tira, and GPS-tagged ground photography of the destruction, provided to SSP by Nuba Reports, a Sudanese journalist organization

Satellite Sentinel Project

Satellite Sentinel Project Documents Evidence of Abductions and Killings by Sudan’s Central Reserve Police Near UN Compound

WASHINGTON – The Satellite Sentinel Project (SSP) has corroborated eyewitness accounts and United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (UNHCHR) reports alleging that the Government of Sudan’s Central Reserve Police (CRP) unit has engaged in the unlawful abduction, detention, and extra-judicial killing of civilians in South Kordofan, Sudan.

SSP, through the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative’s (HHI) analysis of DigitalGlobe satellite imagery and field reports collected by the Enough Project, has documented that the CRP, also known as “Abu Tira,” reinforced and fortified a police training center alongside the UN Mission in Sudan (UNMIS) compound during the time period that CRP forces were reportedly abducting, detaining, torturing and killing internally displaced persons (IDPs) seeking refuge there. Satellite imagery shows clear evidence of the buildup of fortifications and significant reinforcement of apparent CRP personnel and vehicles between 2 June and 19 August. The UN compound and the CRP compound stand within approximately 100 meters of each other. Continue reading