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Jebreel, Abkar Azraq.
[These are bombs].
Refugee camp, Eastern Chad,
Pencil on graph paper.
Inscribed in the drawing is Arabic text that translates into, "These are bombs," "This is Omar Al Basheer." On the back side of the drawing is written, "This is Omar Al Basheer, the biggest criminal."
These pictures were drawn by Abkar Azraq Jebreel while in a refugee camp in Eastern Chad. He draws a picture of President Omar Hassan al Bashir of Sudan and goes on to draw how his village was attacked by militia men who came carrying machine guns while on foot, others came using horses and yet many more came in vehicles mounted with machine guns. Also depicted in the drawing is a military tank, bombs and helicopter that were used to raid villages in Darfur.
Copyright holder: Waging Peace.
v Pictorial works.
Drawings (Visual Works).
t Waging Peace Darfuri Children's Drawings