The violations against women in Sudan have angered social media users. Reports and statistics on violations committed against women in Sudan have increased since the outbreak of fighting in Sudan between the army led by… Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan AndRapid Support Forces led by Muhammad Hamdan Dagalo Known as (Hemedti).
Many testimonies from Sudanese women narrated the attacks and violations they were subjected to by what they described as militias.
What happens to Sudanese women?
Recently, several widely circulated videos have spread on social media showing the painful reality that some Sudanese women are experiencing, since the outbreak of fighting between the army and the Rapid Support Forces about 9 months ago. For weeks, the hashtags #Rape_Women_of_Sudan and #Protect_Women_From_Rape_in_Sudan have invaded the X website for weeks. At a time when the Sudanese army announced the withdrawal of its forces from the city of Wad Madani in Al-Jazira State, and the Rapid Support Forces seized it.
The Sudan Plus website recently published a documentary entitled The Fall of Masks, which contains the testimonies of some women who were raped.
This documentary documents the various violations and crimes committed by the Rapid Support Militia, and continues to practice them as long as they set foot in any part of Sudan. It is a message to the world that shows the black record of this rebel militia.
— Sudan Plus Sudan Plus (@SudanPlusNews) January 7, 2024
Some female bloggers spoke about the situation of women in Sudan, calling on human rights organizations to intervene.
Women, oh, the situation of women in Gaza and Sudan
It is forbidden for you to honor women. God is sufficient for me, and He is the best disposer of affairs #GazaGenocide #Protect_women_from_rape #Gaza_is_annihilated #Sudan_outside_media_coverage
– Doaa 🌸 (@Doaahamddy) January 8, 2024
To understand more about what is happening to women in Sudan, Al Jazeera Net asked the Sudanese doctor and media personality, Siddiqa Muhammad Ali Jadallah, about what is happening to women in her country. Dr. Siddiqa described the situation as disgraceful and embarrassing as a result of what the Rapid Support personnel are doing to violate the sanctity of women.
In her testimony, Dr. Siddiqa accused the Rapid Support Forces of committing brutal violations against women in the areas they control, and described the current situation as very dangerous.