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Abdullah, Fatna Haroon.
[Sudan's scorched earth policy].
Refugee camp, Eastern Chad,
Wax crayons on graph paper.
Arabic text on the front of the drawing translates to, "We are children of Darfur. Region of Kabar. Warplane of Omar Albasheer burned our village. They killed 5 of my siblings. All the houses in the village were burned. They killed children, the elderly, women, civilians, and men. A Janjaweed riding a horse killed my brothers. Our house in flames. Sudanese military vehicles and Janjaweed attacked our village." On the back of the drawing is Arabic text that translates to, "My name is Fatna Haroon Abdullah. In Darfur, I was 11 years old, and now I'm 15 years old."
Drawing that depicts the results of Sudan's scorched earth policy. Military airplanes and trucks mounted with machine guns attack the Darfuri village while homes burn, some with civilians trapped inside.
Copyright: Waging Peace.
v Pictorial works.
Drawings (Visual works).
t Waging Peace Darfuri Children's Drawings