Sudan Government Warning from Anonymous Greetings We Are Anonymous We are communicating with you today because something is very dangerous happened in Sudan caused by the its government. The Sudanese National Security Forces have arrested Nagi Musa and nine other leaders of Girifna, the nonviolent people's resistance movement in Eastern Sudan. On Wednesday the 25th of January, Nagi Musa was leading a conference titled: "The Massacre in Port Sudan and the Crisis in East Sudan." Nagi Musa's conference commemorated the seventh anniversary of the massacre. Conference participants discussed human rights and the political situation in Sudan. The primary focus of the group centered on the Massacre in Port Sudan when 22 Beja people were executed on the spot by Sudanese National Forces in a massive outbreak of ultra-violent police brutality. In the melee, 400 other Beja people were severely injured. The massacre occured while the Beja were participating in a nonviolent protest in Port Sudan. The Beja people were demanding: peace, democracy, economic development and the end of racial persecution. In the course of the peaceful demonstration, heavily armed Sudanese police forces opened fire killing and wounding hundreds of unarmed Beja, who have long been the objects of repeated attempts at ethnic cleansing as well as genocidal acts of racial violence. Under domestic and international pressure from human rights organizations, the government agreed to set up a commission to <b>...</b>
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