Crisis in Darfur              

In the world today there are many conflicts. One of the most important conflicts that is effecting the world today is in Darfur. This country is located on the continent of Africa with a with a population of 43.2 million. The government is made up of military dictatorship and the current leader is Osmar Bashir. Darfur's religious beliefs are Muslim and Muslim religion wants to convert all the non-believers. They want to get rid of anyone who isn't Muslim.
"Kill all the blacks", "Kill all the slaves" were slogans the Janjaweed militias' campaingns against African population. Since violence erupted in early 2003, the Sudanese governements's indiscriminate aerial bombings, military attacks, and raids by the government backed militias have claimed more than 70,000 lives and displaced millions internally and internationally. The origins of the conflict in Darfur are accounted for by numerous factors that include historical violence in the religion, ethnic divisions, social, political and economic marginalization. The Darfur crisis is an outcome of the struggle for power between Sudan's central government and peripherals. Simmering structural violence finally exploded into physical conflicts and genocidal campaigns when Khartoum imperalist's goal was threatened.
The parties involved in the genocide in Darfur, Africa were the Janjaweed and the Sudanese Army. The Janjaweed are pastoral black Arab tribsmen who have long despised the black African farmers who practice settled agriculture. They are described as "a grotesque mixture of the mafia and the Ku Klux Klan." The word Janjaweed is another word for the saying "a man with a gun on a horse." The Sudanese army was openly recruiting horse-owning Arab men, promising them a gun and a monthly salary of $116 in exchange for joining a Janjaweed cohort. President Omar al-Bashir has called the Janjaweed "thieves and gangsters". But refugees say air raids by government aircraft would be...