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Since the beginning of the rebel insurgency in February , and particularly since the escalation of the conflict in mid, the government of Sudan has pursued a military strategy that has violated fundamental principles of international humanitarian and human rights law. It has failed to distinguish between military targets and civilians or comply with the principle of proportionality in the use of force. The results have been dramatic: within one year, more than , people displaced in Darfur and more than , across the border into Chad. Sudanese government forces are responsible for hundreds of indiscriminate and targeted attacks on civilians in Darfur amounting to serious violations of international human rights and humanitarian law. Since the February official emergence of the Darfur rebel groups, attacks on civilians have increased in scale, number, and brutality and have been conducted on villages and towns in the absence of rebel presence or military targets.

Darfur Destroyed: Ethnic Cleansing by Government and Militia Forces in Western Sudan

Darfur in Flames: Atrocities in Western Sudan: ABUSES IN DARFUR BY GOVERNMENT FORCES

Since the SLA attack on Fasher in April , and particularly since the escalation of the conflict in mid, the government of Sudan has pursued a military strategy that has deliberately targeted civilians from the same ethnic groups as the rebels. Together the government and Arab Janjaweed militias targeted the Fur, Masalit, and Zaghawa through a combination of indiscriminate and deliberate aerial bombardment, denial of access to humanitarian assistance, and scorched-earth tactics that displaced hundreds of thousands of civilians. These are not the only incidents that occurred in Dar Masalit during those six months, but rather those which Human Rights Watch was able to corroborate with testimony from witnesses and other credible sources. Human Rights Watch obtained further information from witnesses to mass executions in the Fur areas of Wadi Salih province in the period from November through April Although this information is also far from complete given the difficulty of access to victims living in government-controlled towns and camps for the displaced, it indicates that the attacks on Masalit and Fur villages often follow a similar pattern.

’The revolution was hijacked’: Inside the conflict in Darfur

Darfur, Sudan — On the streets of El Geneina, the capital of West Darfur — nestled between private houses mostly made of earth — are large, concrete public buildings. Some used to be schools, others a tribunal and a theatre. Now they are all flooded with people fleeing recent waves of violence.
The government of Sudan is responsible for "ethnic cleansing" and crimes against humanity in Darfur, one of the world's poorest and most inaccessible regions, on Sudan's western border with Chad. The Sudanese government and the Arab "Janjaweed" militias it arms and supports have committed numerous attacks on the civilian populations of the African Fur, Masalit and Zaghawa ethnic groups. Government forces oversaw and directly participated in massacres, summary executions of civilians-including women and children — burnings of towns and villages, and the forcible depopulation of wide swathes of land long inhabited by the Fur, Masalit and Zaghawa.