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STOP THE MADNESS IN DARFUR" & "WHERE'S CHAD?" t-shirts, greeting cards, planet-friendly canvas tote bags and other items are available exclusively through our stores at: for more GANJAWEED GOOD... JANJAWEED BAD... for more "WHERE'S CHAD?", maker of Talmudic Tee-Chings apparel, introduces its new line of DARFUR AWARENESS t-shirts and products. The most popular reads: GANJAWEED GOOD… JANJAWEED BAD… STOP THE MADNESS IN DARFUR. Another asks “WHERE’S CHAD? ...”

The messages may seem a little controversial, but anything that raises awareness of the crisis in Darfur is a good thing. The shirts allow people to spread their own message as well as help the cause. The sayings gently educate while bringing attention to the genocide happening today in the Sudan.

The DARFUR AWARENESS shirts, as well as cups, greeting cards, planet-friendly canvas tote bags and other products, are available exclusively through AccentriciTEES’ Cafepress store:

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BACKGROUND DARFUR INFO: A major humanitarian crisis has been intensifying in the Darfur region of western Sudan, where the government-backed militia has carried out atrocities against the local population, including the destruction of hundreds of villages, the murder of thousands of people and the rape and assault of thousands of women and girls. The United States has recognized these acts as genocide.

Since early 2003, in an effort to counter rebel groups in the region (the Sudanese Liberation Army/Movement and the Justice and Equality Movement), the Government-backed Janjaweed militia has deliberately attacked and victimized the civilians in Darfur. The Janjaweed (primarily of Arab, nomadic ancestry) have attacked civilian populations (considered of Black African ancestry) which primarily support the rebel groups. Both the Janjaweed and their Darfurian victims are Muslims.

To date, as many as 400,000 people have been killed, over two million have been displaced from their homes. In addition to the constant danger of attack (including the brutal raping of women and girls, the destruction of goods supplies) from the Janjaweed, the refugees and those who remain in the villages in Darfur must deal with rampant hunger and disease, as well as the threat of seasonal rains. The World Health organization, the United Nations, and other humanitarian agencies estimate that 3.5 million people afflicted by the crisis are suffering from hunger. Regional destabilization has prevented aid workers from reaching and assisting those who need help most. The violence has also spilled over into neighboring Chad, where many Darfurian refugees have fled, resulting in tens of thousands of Chadians fleeing their homes.

In 2004, the United States charged Sudan with genocide, the first time a government has made such an accusation at another government since the U.N. Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of Genocide was adopted in 1948.

While a ceasefire was negotiated between the Government of Sudan and one of the rebel groups in May 2006 in the so-called Darfur Peace Agreement, little has changed on the ground. Violence, displacement, and atrocities by the Janjaweed continue. In addition, increasing fighting between the rebel groups has further destabilized the area. The understaffed and underfunded African Union peacekeeping mission in Darfur has been unable to do much to protect the civilian population. United Nations Security Council Resolution 1706 (passed August 31, 2006) authorizing an international peacekeeping force in Darfur has been stymied by the Sudanese Government.

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