27 Apr

Enforced disappearance serves as a tool of oppression, instilling fear and intimidation while fostering anatmosphere of terror that silences activists who fear meeting a similar fate. Throughout Sudan's history,enforced disappearance has been prevalent, particularly amidst the civil wars in South Sudan, Darfur states,South Kordofan, and Blue Nile. Regrettably, many of these cases remain undocumented. With the advent of the Islamic Front era, as was the case in 1990, the notable poet Abu Zar al-Ghafari, fell victim to enforced disappearance. As of now, the fate of al-Ghafari remains unknown.

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