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Sudans Democracy Movement: This video explains in a pedagogical and understandable way the Sudans Democracy Movement struggle for a more humane government in Sudan. Free from murderous despots.

This is a video about the Democracy movement in Sudan as the civilian protesters resist against the Sudanese military’s control over their nation. This has been an ongoing issue since 2018.

The Sudanese Revolution was a major shift of political power in Sudan that started with street protests throughout Sudan on 19 December 2018 and continued with sustained civil disobedience for about eight months. On 11 April (2019), al-Bashir was ousted from presidency and placed under house arrest by the military.

Omar Al Bashir has since then been wanted by the International Criminal Court. But has managed to avoid extradition much due to, among other things, the actors in the current military coup.

Tensions continued to rise and on 3 June 2019, 118 people were killed, 70 were raped and hundreds were injured in the Khartoum massacre as a result of Sudanese armed forces storming a camp and opening fire on protesters. Rapid Support Forces also opened fire on protesters inside medical facilities.

Bodies of some of the killed protesters was dumped in the river Nile.

This video explains in a pedagogical and understandable way the Sudans Democracy Movement’s struggle for a more humane government in Sudan. Free from murderous despots and mentally handicapped military.

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