By Theodore Shoebat
Muslim soldiers of the North Sudanese army attacked three girls and they all raped them for an entire night. Mahassan, one of the victims, said:
[The soldiers] said that they were looking for a missing soldier. … They searched the compound. … [T]hen they came towards us. They grabbed me and they grabbed my friend. The other soldiers took the other girls in a different direction. They took [me and my friend outside of the compound] towards the school. They raped both of us on the street. … Three of them raped me and three of them raped my friend. … They raped us all night. That’s why I’m still sick. I cannot sit down for a long time like I could before.
The rapes are not a sporadic incident, but part of an organized and calculated policy of systemized rape done by the Bashar government.