IDPs reject the report of the Sudanese humanitarian aid commissioner

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ABU SHOUK (13 Dec.) - Adam Abu Alkul, spokesman of the IDPs in Abu Shouk camp rejected the report of the Sudanese humanitarian aid commissioner, Abdul Rahman Hassabou in which he said his organization would not accept the existence of any camp beyond the first January 2010.

IDPs responded angrily vowing not to leave the camps unless there is peace in Darfur and that they are compensated individually and collectively and their villages are rebuilt in accordance with the International Standards. They will not leave before the Janjaweed are disarmed and the new settlers are evicted from their lands.

They welcomed the report of the Prosecutor General of the International Criminal Court, Luis Ocampo, who called for the arrest of Al Bashir and other Sudanese officials who deny the war crimes in Darfur.