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Abducting women who have gone to fetch water in Darfur.

Dublin Core

Title

Abducting women who have gone to fetch water in Darfur.

Subject

Genocide Sudan Darfur, Ethnic conflict Sudan Darfur, Refugees Sudan Pictorial Works, Sudan History Darfur conflict Pictorial works, Darfur (Sudan) pictorial works, Drawings (Visual Works).

Description

A woman coming from the river to fetch water being abducted by the Sudanese Military. Despite being denied access to water which is a basic necessity for survival, attackers went on to torch houses deployed armored military trucks and airplanes to bomb villages. Arabic text in the drawing translates to, "Hayat Ahmad Idriss. Month: 8. Village: Dar Foura. House. Airplane; Government."

Creator

Idriss, Hayat Ahmad.

Source

Waging Peace Darfuri Children's Drawings Collection.

Date

2007

Rights

Waging Peace

Format

Image/Jpeg

Type

Jpeg

Identifier

W36-00121-A

Still Image Item Type Metadata

Original Format

Drawing Paper.

Files

Water.jpg

Citation

Idriss, Hayat Ahmad. , “Abducting women who have gone to fetch water in Darfur.,” USF Library Special & Digital Collections Exhibits, accessed August 5, 2020, https://exhibits.lib.usf.edu/items/show/1192.