Physicians for Human Rights in Washington DC have put together a nice little flash movie from their travel to Darfur Sudan that is worth taking a look at - Click here to view.
[via Zayd's Dad with thanks]
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Joseph Oloya Hakim
Joseph Oloya Hakim is a native of Sudan and a staff worker for Servlife Africa. Joseph's blog is about Discourse on African Issues: Social, Political, Economic, Cultural and Religous Issues seen and reflected in an African Christian Prespective.
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The Reality of Darfur in Pictures
Excerpt from Two and Two Makes Five blog The Reality of Darfur in Pictures:
During a scene in Hotel Rwanda, Paul - the hotel manager - sees some footage that the Western journalists have shot in the streets that shows piles of bodies and roving gangs with machetes in the streets. He is certain that once this is shown on American and European television that the powers in the West will come to the aid of the Rwandan victims of genocide. In one of the most gut-wrenching moments of truth I've ever seen on film, the cameraman replies, "I think if people see this footage, they'll say 'Oh, my God, that's horrible.' And then they'll go on eating their dinners."