The Protection Cluster, a group of aid workers that monitors violence against civilians in South Sudan, noted a 'significant spike in reported cases was observed on July 18 when large numbers of women began leaving (the camp) to travel to markets in town in search of food.' The UN camp houses more than 30,000 civilians who are nearly all ethnic Nuer, the same ethnicity as Machar.
They fear attacks by government forces who are mostly ethnic Dinka, the same as Machar's rival, President Salva Kiir (pictured)Hospitals inside the camp received four rape cases last week, including an underage girl who said she had been gang-raped by five men, and a woman who said she had been gang-raped by five men and beaten, according to medical staff who spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to speak to the media.
On July 17, two armed soldiers in uniform dragged away a woman who was less than a few hundred metres from the UN camp's western gate while armed peacekeepers on foot, in an armoured vehicle and in a watchtower looked on The rapes in the capital of Juba highlighted two persistent problems in the chaotic country engulfed by civil war: targeted ethnic violence and the reluctance by UN peacekeepers to protect civilians.
File picture A spokeswoman for the UN mission, Shantal Persaud, did not dispute that rapes took place close to the camp.
She did not immediately address why peacekeepers didn't act to prevent the rapes, saying she was looking into the issue.'When we reached Checkpoint, the soldiers come out and called the women and said, "Stop, please, and sit down," so we stopped and sat down, and they took one woman inside a shop,' a woman said.
Multiple Nuer women said soldiers threatened them because of their ethnicity or accused them of being allied with Machar.Khartoum’s governor, Abdul Rahman Al Khidir, reportedly said that he didn’t think the flogging was properly carried out, but still thought the woman was 'rightfully punished according to the Shar’ia law The law, which mainly targets women, is vague as to what constitutes indecent clothing, leaving room for the Public Order Police to arrest whoever they deem to be dressed inappropriately or committing an act of indecency.On July 17, two armed soldiers in uniform dragged away a woman who was less than a few hundred metres from the UN camp's western gate while armed peacekeepers on foot, in an armoured vehicle and in a watchtower looked on.The women identified the soldiers as ethnic Dinka because of the language they spoke.'One soldier came and he turned the gun to us.
He said, "If I kill you now, you Nuer woman, do you think there is anything that can happen to me? She said the soldier slapped her before another soldier intervened, allowing her to escape.
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