Since 1999? Current Humanitarian Situation in South Sudan
About 2 million of more than 4 million people displaced by the north-south conflict have returned home. However, the scale of need in south Sudan is immense, and communities will remain vulnerable to a new humanitarian crisis and outbreaks of conflict if gaps in basic services and professional policing go unaddressed. Returning Sudanese, as well as recipient communities, must gain greater access to water, medical assistance, education, and sustainable livelihoods. Local women’s groups must be assisted to enable their participation in the reintegration of returnees.Current Humanitarian Situation in Darfur
Civilian protection in Darfur remains a serious concern. More than 2.6 million internally displaced people are in Darfur and over 250,000 are living in refugee camps in Chad. Insecurity continues and many displaced people are still not able to return home. The UN peacekeeping mission, UNAMID, lacks adequate resources and troops, and humanitarian workers are unable to access the most vulnerable due to insecurity and to government impediments. Refugees International is particularly concerned about sexual violence against women in Darfur and about the difficulties faced by civil society organizations who try to assist survivors. http://www.refintl.org/where-we-work/africa/sudan
Who is behind it? Islam.
Why does the world stay silent?
Why does the world not protest for the people of Darfur and Sudan?
Why do people not stand against Islam that are perpetuating the cultural genocide in Sudan? For the same reason the did not stand up for the Armenians and Assyrians.
It was Islam that was destroying there cultures and taking their lands.
What did Nostradamus say
The year 1999 seven month,
From the sky will come a great King of terror:
To bring back to life the great King of Angolmois,
Before after Mars to reign by good luck
(Century X, Quatrain 72)http://www.godswatcher.com/angol.htm