Sudan Government Adviser Rabi Abdel Atti Speaks to Al Jazeera

Al Jazeera
Publication Date:
31 March 2012
Sudan, Arms and Military Affairs, Human Rights, International Organizations and Africa, Legal and Judicial Affairs

Ahmed Harun, the governor of Sudan's Southern Kordofan, has been filmed addressing troops before a battle with rebel fighters urging them to "take no prisoners".

He apparently condones war crimes in orders to the Sudanese army.

Rabi Abdel Atti, a senior adviser to Sudan's information ministry, spoke to Al Jazeera about the video footage, saying Harun's comments were "not interpreted correctly".


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