Sudan Massacre is happening at the hands of their own Armed forces and people all around the world are showing solidarity with Sudan. The rights of the civilians in Sudan has been violated by their own Sudanese military which took over after the dismissal of President Omar al-Bashir.
— BADASS (@BlueFaceBAE) June 13, 2019
People have been posting updates about the brutality of the military of Sudan over their own people. The massacre is still rising in the country. There is no news over the media as there is an internet blackout in Sudan. So most of the information related to the incidents have been scattered over the social media.
— EA_Globalcitizen (@EGlobalcitizen) June 14, 2019
— 🥀 (@awaaalayy) June 12, 2019
According to an estimate around 500 people killed, 723 injured, 650 arrested, 54 raped, and 1000 people are missing. Cruelty is that 118 dead bodies have been dumped in the River Nile.
— Jean Damascene IRADUKUNDA (@IRADUKUNDA_J_D) June 14, 2019
Before this bloodshed, a young Sudanese woman with gold earrings went viral who protested for the freedom for her country. She eventually became a symbol of revolution. This protest ended the 30-year dictatorship of Omar al-Bashir.
— Dushime Alvanie (@Dushime_alvanie) June 14, 2019
However, after this success of Sudan, the military took over as an interim government. The aim was to help establish a civil government. But Sudanese military started killing their own unarmed people and protestors.
— Anna Akana (@AnnaAkana) June 14, 2019
— 𝐓𝐋𝐒𝐒 (90'+6 ) 🇸🇩🇬🇧 (@bakhiet91) June 13, 2019
The military of Sudan is being operated by Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, but the man behind this genocide is Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo. The death toll has been rising day by day with many women, children and men being raped and this is getting worse with time.
BLUE DISPLAY TO SHOW SOLIDARITY WITH SUDAN
The story behind the blue colour being used on display pictures all around the world as a sign of solidarity with Sudan is “Mohamed Mattar”. A 26 years old engineer, London’s Brunel University graduate who was shot by the Rapid Support Forces (RSF). He was shot dead while saving two women and now he is remembered by the protestors, friends and families as a symbol of peace.
Mohamed Mattar’s favourite colour was blue and he was killed on 3rd June outside headquarter of Sudanese military which is located in the capital of Sudan, Khartoum.
"God bless Sudan! My mind can't fathom what is going on… how humanity can be so inhumane,". pic.twitter.com/YnprwESELy
— 𝒮𝑀' (@0thugxx) June 14, 2019
— God's Generals ✨ (@TweetForGod_) June 14, 2019
People all around the world are putting blue colour display picture to show solidarity with sudan.