Sudan's Nuba Mountains People Under Siege: Accounts by Humanitarians in the Battle Zone

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? This collection of first-person accounts chronicles the experiences of 12 humanitarians who entered Sudan illegally to variously provide food, medical care and spiritual support to the besieged people of the Nuba Mountains. A diverse group of men and women of various ages, professions and religious beliefs, the chroniclers describe in detail the tragedies of the current war in the state of South Kordofan, their own close calls with death, and why they are committed to helping a little known group of people—Nuba civilians—as the United Nations, the African Union and all nongovernmental organizations are forbidden from crossing the border.

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Editor Samuel Totten is a professor emeritus at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville.

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"If you are discouraged by the state of the world, this collection of essays may restore your faith in the capacity of individuals to make a difference...Totten's book is life-affirming"--Independent Catholic News; "a series of page-turning stories from an obscure and terrifying war zone...anyone reading this will be inspired by the courage of these unsung heroes"--Medium; "Perhaps the most valuable aspect of Samuel Totten's work is that it allows each reader to examine his/her conscience to see which of several options he/she might support...men and women describe, in intricate detail, the seemingly unmitigated horror that has been perpetrated against the 'unusually goo [Nuban] People'...the contents of this collection of reports are not for the fainthearted"--Bill Younglove, Holocaust Study Specialist.

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