One hundred one days done, in all parts of Khartoum, air strikes on the lives of civilians, their properties were looted, and destroyed homes.

Darfur Network for Human Rights strongly condemns these 101 days in all states of Sudan of air strikes on the lives of civilians and their properties. Such attacks violate international humanitarian law, which places a clear responsibility on all parties to conflict to protect civilians and civilian infrastructure during hostilities.

On July 24, 2023, a distressing incident occurred recently, where an air strike massively destroyed the home of citizen Walid Mukhtar. in Um Bada, El Gumaab block 12, Omdurman, Khartoum.

But he was not inside the house during the bombing. However, the incident exemplifies the dire situation in Sudan, where innocent lives of civilians and their properties are at risk due to the indiscriminate nature of the air strikes by SAF during clashes with RSF in Khartoum.

Those responsible for carrying out air strikes that result in civilian casualties and property destruction must be held accountable for their actions. Justice and accountability are essential in ensuring a safer and more secure future for the people of Sudan.

On Sunday, July 23, 2023, in Kalakla Al-Qubba in Khartoum, an attack on Sheikh Mohammad Issa at his residence by the RSF. It is with great concern that we address the following events.

According to the information Darfur Network for Human Rights received from the victim’s family, RSF carried out a brutal assault on Sheikh Mohammad Issa’s home, apparently looting his car from inside the premises. In the face of this attack, Sheikh Mohammad Issa bravely refused and resisted their unlawful actions. However, the attackers forcefully looted his car and abducted him to an unknown location; Sheikh Mohammad Issa’s family has been uncertain and distressed, as they have not received any information about his well-being or whereabouts since that Sunday.

We urge immediate action and investigation of this incident and hold those responsible f accountable for their human rights violation and assault. The rights of all individuals must be safeguarded, and perpetrators of such crimes must face the

To the family of Sheikh Mohammad Issa, we offer our deepest sympathies and unwavering support during this incredibly challenging time. As we advocate for human rights, we will work tirelessly to ensure that your loved one’s rights are upheld and that he is returned to you safely and without delay.

Let us collectively work towards a world where such violence is punished. As human rights organizations, we stand firm in our commitment to creating a society that values and safeguards the rights and well-being of every individual.

We cannot remain silent while the innocent lives of civilians and their properties are lost and the violence of human rights tears communities apart. Our moral duty is to raise our voices to the international community to advocate for the protection of civilians of Sudan immediately stop this war and preserve the innocent lives of people in Sudan; let us unite as one voice to urge an end to the use of air strikes on residential areas and to demand peace and security in Sudan.

For more information, contact Mohammed Hassan, Executive Director, DNHR, at email: and on Tel: (+256)752792112 (+249)924638036

More information is available from Mohammed Hassan, Executive Director, DNHR.


Phone: (+256)752792112 or (+249)924638036

P.O. Box: 144218