Vejaciones y actos ruines en África
27.11.2007 @ 19:58 \07\Tue, 27 Nov 2007 19:58:26 +0000\26 +0000 UTC
Hace rato publicaron la historia sobre una chava que se enamoró de un musulmán fanatista que la terminó matando por que rompió con él. Me topé con esta historia sobre cómo las mujeres en África son maltratadas de una manera increible. Basta con leer lo siguiente para darnos una idea del tipo de animales (y creo que insultamos a los animales) que hacen este tipo de atrocidades:
Attackers are now identifiable by their manner of attack: one group, after raping the woman or girl, inserts the barrel of a gun into her vagina and shoots, thus destroying her vagina, bladder, rectum and causing massive blood loss. Some force males at gunpoint to rape mothers or sisters, often in front of the whole community. A large percentage of the attackers are HIV-positive and knowingly try to infect their victims.
Se presenta también la historia de una chava de 15 años que fue violada en repetidas ocaciones, mataron a sus papas enfrente de ella y de milagro sobrevivió. Aparte de que la infectaron de SIDA, ahora está embarazada y tiene que ‘rehacer’ su vida…
“I have been given great medical support here, but I know one day soon I have to die. I cannot keep the medicine for the HIV in my stomach because I have no food. I feel bad for my child who remains, because he will have no mother and no father. That brings great sorrow to my heart.”
Heavily pregnant 15-year-old Furaha Tajiri is from the Ninja province. The forces came for her at night, tied her hands and started beating her and her parents repeatedly. “I then saw them take my parents and kill them,” she says.
“After that they took me with them to the forest. They started raping me there – I counted 17 who attacked me. I stayed in the forest for six months and each day I was raped by two men.”
Más triste es leer que hay más ayuda y recursos cuando matan a un gorila silver back que cuando le hacen este tipo de cosas a una mujer.
“Darfur is nothing compared to what’s going on in the Congo,” says Schuler Deschryver, who despite constant death threats, continues to raise the plight of Congolese women. “My father was the founder of the National Park in Rwanda, which is home to rare silver back gorillas. During the war here, just one silver back was killed. And when it happened, within 48 hours millions in funding was sent to ensure the rest of the gorilla population was protected. Why isn’t the same done with our women? I’ll tell you why, because in the eyes of the international community animals have more value than humans in this part of the world.”
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