Ending the Nuba Genocide is a moving documentary that goes deep into the latest humanitarian disaster in Sudan. The film interviews survivors of the aerial and ground attacks against the Nuba Mountains. The Nuba Mountains people have been subject to harrowing living conditions after their villages have been destroyed in the bombings.
The Omar al-Bashir regime unleashed waves of targeted killing during June 2011, including the rape and forced starvation against its own people. The daily aerial bombardments and ground attacks against civilians have kept people from being a to farm the land that is legally theirs.
With no food growing in the region and Bashir refusing to allow humanitarian aid in, hundreds of thousands of lives are now threatened by war-related causes such as preventable disease and forced starvation. To make matters worse, ﬁghting has spread to Blue Nile state, even as renewed violence breaks out in forgotten Darfur.
The documentary is a must see for anyone who wants to begin to understand and appreciate the dire situation currently faced by the Nuba Mountains people.
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