Genocide in Africa isn’t all that uncommon. The first African genocide was in 1904. So who is doing all this killing? Who is being killed and why? Well, some of the reasons for African genocide are: · Trying to prevent tribes from rebellion · Tension between tribes · Poverty · Strong desire for power · Political differences · War · Ethnic differences Would you consider these good reasons for murder? Nearly one hundred Africans die from the members of the Janjaweed tribe every day. This is one of the biggest reasons for mass murder: tension between tribes or tension with a tribe and something else. From farmers to innocent Africans, many are being killed every day. Ever hear of the Rwanda genocide? Only lasted one hundred days, and guess how many were killed? Eight hundred thousand! Want to know more? Click the tab labeled Rwanda genocide. Genocide has been going on in Darfur since 2003, and is still happening today. A group called the Janjaweed’s has been destroying cities and has killed four hundred thousand people; that’s not counting the over two million that have been displaced. Today, more than a hundred people die each day in this ongoing genocide in Sudan. Want to know more? Click on the tab labeled Sudan genocide. Since 1962 Ugandans have suffered many violations of human rights including genocide. Want to learn more? Click on the tab labeled Uganda genocide.