The Burhan coup forces abducted a person with a gunshot wound to the neck, who was on an artificial respiratory device. Over 1,900 metric tons of food commodities that were meant to feed 730,000 vulnerable people for a month were stolen by armed forces.
Crimes Against Humanity: According to the Central Sudan Committee of Doctors, uniformed coup forces kidnapped a severely injured person. The coup forces abducted a person with a gunshot wound to the neck, who was on an artificial respiratory device, with the team working on him being transported by an ambulance from the 40th Hospital to Omdurman Hospital to receive medical service in his critical condition.
What the criminal coup forces have done and are doing today is a declared war on the Sudanese people, and now a real massacre is being carried out in the streets of Khartoum.
“We hold the coup authority in all its councils and the Prime Minister responsible for all these lives that were raised and the responsibility of the safety of the kidnapped injured and the medical staff accompanying him”, the doctors say.
The medical staff in the ambulance, equipped with hand ventilated pipes, walked on the roads to reach a private car. Which transported the injured to Omdurman Hospital. His condition is still critical.
The doctors continue: “We salute the medical staff for their high professional commitment and their usual courage in the face of the criminal coup authority”.
The doctors also have an urgent appeal: “We call on doctors to come to the Arbain hospital in Omdurman because they are using live rounds against protesters and preventing ambulances from reaching them”.
Massacres On All Civil Rights
Burhan’s henchmen have had a very busy week. Many abuses and atrocities have taken place. Over 1,900 metric tons of food commodities that were meant to feed 730,000 vulnerable people for a month were stolen by armed forces. Attacks on ambulances and medical personnel.
Attacks on the media are intensifying. Saudi television Al-Arabiya said several of its journalists had been wounded in an attack by Burhans coup forces on its Khartoum office. Their correspondents Lina Yaqoub and Nizar Bagdawi were subjected to abuse. Another Saudi channel, ASharq, also reported that security forces prevented its reporters from covering the anti-military rallies.
Anti coup protests have also been held in Wad Madani, south of the capital, and the cities of Kassala and Port Sudan in the east.