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Slavery in modern Sudan In this day and age it seems almost unlikely that anything as inhuman as slavery still exist but unfortunately it does In Sudan thousands of South Sudan people Dinkas are being kept as house slaves by northern Sudan slave keepers Still nothing concrete seems to be done in order to put a stop to it That is to say that the government of Khartoum as well as the human rights organizations have found no adequate solution yet The question however remains whether the government of Khartoum wants to stop the slavery or not During the last thirty-two years of independence the Islamic government in Khartoum has tried to force its Sharia the Islamic justice system on the South of Sudan This has resulted into a tragic war as most inhabitants of South Sudan are either or Christian According to the American Committee For Refugees nearly two million people have died as a result of this war Note that this amount is even more than all victims of war in Kosovo Bosnia and Rwanda put together However the war is not the only matter that is of concern to the human rights organizations that are currently working in Sudan For Instance slavery how immoral and inappropriate in a modern society is still booming business in Sudan It is even estimated that about one hundred thousand South Sudan Dinka women and children are being forced to work as house slaves in northern Arabia While Dinka men are trying to fight of the northern Islamic troops their women and children are kidnapped by other Islamic militias Several human rights organizations also state that it is the slave owners and traders ideal to have no other culture than its own in Sudan For this reason all their slaves have to speak Arabic and perform Islamic rituals Surely the younger the slave the more easily it
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