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Bourma, Hammad Haroon Abdallah Daya.
[Darfur village being attacked].
Refugee camp, Eastern Chad,
Pencil on paper.
On the back side of the physical drawing is Arabic text that translates to, "Name: Hammad Haroon Abdallah Daya Bourma. The name of the leader of the liberation of Darfur: Hammad Haroon Abdallah Daya Bourma. Born in Bouqouma. I'm 13 years old now. I lived in Darfur for 9 years, and Chad for 4 years. I live and go to school in Chad in Bouqouma, in a village called al Kasmeet."
Drawing done on 26th June 2007 by a 13 year old Darfuri boy in a Chadian refugee camp. He depicts how his village in Darfur was attacked by the Janjaweed militia group four years before the date of the drawing. He shows how houses were burned down, how the government attacked villages using machine guns mounted on trucks and how the Janjaweed on camel backs attacked the villages. Horses were also used to transport the militia group to kill whoever tried to escape while government helicopters and tanks were used to bomb villages and to flatten them.
Copyright: Waging Peace.
v Pictorial Works.
Drawings (Visual Works).
t Waging Peace Darfuri Children's Drawings