US News Mozambique: children removed and driven by Jihadists
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The NGO Human Rights Watch denounced the practices of jihadist groups in the CaboTerrorism - The NGO Human Rights Watch denounced the practices of jihadist groups in the Cabo
region of the hundreds of children in the north-east ofwere removed by , then trained in Camps to become fighters and join their ranks, denounced this Wednesday the NGO Human Rights Watch. Jihadist armed groups have been reigning terror since the end of 2017 in the province of Cabo Delgado, border of , rich in natural gas but Muslim. Several witnesses reported to the NGO the kidnapping of hundreds of boys, certain ages only 12 years old, then conducted in training camps.
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"We have joined other men and boys, many, and we were taught how to use weapons and knives to fight," said the NGO a young man claiming to have been abducted by the jihadists in 2020 In Mbau, about 150 kilometers from Pemba, the capital of Cabo Delgado. "They told us that we had to kill and fight for our land and to protect our religion," he continued, explaining having managed to escape.A violent attack in Palma in March
last March, an attack on the port city of Palma did dozens of deaths. According to one inhabitant, jihadists removed his 17 year old son during the raid. "I begged on his knees that he takes me in his place," said the Father, adding that one of the men struck his wife in his head with an AK-47. This said he saw his son two months after the attack, just before the family leaves Palma transformed into a ghost town after the violence. "I was hidden inside the house when I heard his voice," she reported to HRW. "I saw it with a dozen other boys, all wearing camouflage pants and a red headband around the head."
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© LUSA - LUÍSA NHANTUMBO The crisis of Cabo Delgadoa caused more than 3000 deaths and 800,000 displaced in four years (image of illustration). last March, the crisis in Cabo Delgado aggravated following the massive attack of the city of Palma by the Shebabs Islamist insurgents. Thousands of people then fled to the south, hoping to take advantage of the safety of the total gas site. In recent weeks, the safe situation has improved: Rwandan troops and SADC have been deployed in the region.
The NGO has harvested the testimonies of four parents, a young boy who says he escaped and two witnesses. The conflict in the region killed 3,300 people including a majority of civilians, according to the Acled NGO. More than 800,000 people have been forced to leave their homes. According to the President of Mozambique, Filipe Nyusi, the conflict against the jihadist armed groups, marked by some successes of the Mozambican and Rwandan joint forces, is in "consolidation phase".
The Strategic Port of Mocimboa-Da-Praia has been taken over the jihadists in early August and advances were made in the Palma area, close to the gas facilities piloted by the French group total. Rwanda was the first African country to send troops, 1,000 soldiers in July, to help the Mozambican army. Others in the region followed, including South Africa, which sent 1,500 soldiers.
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