Wanted for War Crimes

Alleged Crimes

Kodoom. The ICC arrest warrant states that on or about 15 August and 31 August 2003 Ahmad Harun and Ali Kushayb, as part of a group of persons acting with a common purpose, contributed to the murder of civilians, destruction of property, and the forcible transfer of about 20,000 people from the primarily Fur population of the Kodoom villages and surrounding areas.

Bindisi. The ICC arrest warrant states that on or about 15 August 2003 Ahmad Harun and Ali Kushayb, as part of a group of persons acting with a common purpose, contributed to the persecution of the primarily Fur population of Bindisi town and surrounding areas by contributing to the murder of over 100 civilians, acts of rape of women and girls, inhumane acts, pillaging, destruction of property including the mosque and food storages, and the forcible transfer of approximately 34,000 of the civilian population.

Mukjar. The ICC arrest warrant states that between August 2003 and March 2004 Ahmad Harun and Ali Kushayb, as part of a group of persons acting with a common purpose, contributed to the persecution of the primarily Fur population of Mukjar town and surrounding areas by contributing to the murder of at least 73 men, acts of imprisonment, pillaging, destruction of property and the torture of at least 60 people.

Arawala. The ICC arrest warrant states that in or around December 2003, Ahmad Harun and Ali Kushayb, as part of a group of persons acting with a common purpose, contributed to the persecution of the primarily Fur population of Arawala town and surrounding areas by contributing to the murder of at least 26 civilians, acts of rape of at least 10 women and girls, outrages upon personal dignity, inhumane acts, pillaging, the destruction of most of Arawala town, and the forcible transfer of approximately 7,000 of the civilian population.