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This list is not a comprehensive list of all individuals
potentially liable for crimes in Darfur. It is presented as a summary of those
individuals named in this report and recommended for investigation by the ICC,
but additional individuals not named in this report should also be investigated
and prosecuted for crimes in Darfur.
- President Omar El Bashir
- Second Vice-President Ali Osman Taha: Former First Vice-President
- Maj. Gen. Abduraheem M. Hussein: Former minister of the interior and representative of the
president for Darfur, 2003-2004, now minister of defense.
- Maj. Gen. Bakri Hassan Salih: Former minister of defense, now minister for presidential
- Abbas Arabi: Chief of Staff of the Sudanese armed
- Gen. Salah Abdallah Ghosh: Director of Security and
- Ahmed Haroun: Former state minister of the
interior, responsible for Darfur portfolio within the Ministry of the
Interior, now state minister for humanitarian affairs.
Current or former regional officials
The individuals listed below are included because, as
described in the text of the report, they are or were the senior government
officials in their districts or states when crimes amounting to war crimes or
crimes against humanity were committed by government forces.
- Al Tayeb Abdullah Torshain: Former commissioner of
- Al Haj Attar Al Mannan Idris: Governor of South Darfur , mid-2004 to present.
- Jaafar Abdel el Hakh: Commissioner of Garsila
until April 2004, now governor of West Darfur.
- Maj. Gen. Adam Hamid Musa: Governor
of South Darfur, 2003 to mid-2004.
- Maj. Gen. Abdallah Safi el Nour: Retired air force pilot and former governor of North Darfur,
2000-2001, and national minister in Khartoum 2003-2004. Allegedly involved
in directing air operations and in the supply of arms to the militias.
- Brig.-Gen. Ahmed Al Hajir Mohammed: Commander of
the 16th Infantry Division forces used in the attacks on the
villages of Marla, Ishma, and Labado in December 2004.
- Maj. Gen. Al Hadi Adam Hamid: Chief of border guards; key liaison to Janjaweed
- Lt. Col. Abdul Wahid Said Ali Said: Commander of
the 2nd Border Intelligence Brigade based in Misteriya, which
supports military operations in and around Kebkabiya.
- Maj. Gaddal Fadlallah: Commander in Kutum whose
forces are responsible for numerous attacks on civilians, destruction of
villages, and looting of civilian property.
- Abu Ashreen: This is the nickname or nom de
guerre of Abdullah Saleh Sabeel, a forty-eight-year-old Beni Hussein from
Sareef, in the Kebkabiya area. He also occasionally uses the name Abdullah
Dagash. He is related to Nazir El Ghadi Adam Hamid, the brother of Maj.
Gen. Al Hadi Adam Hamid. He has the rank of either corporal (arif)
or sergeant (raqib), and leads a militia based in Kebkabiya.
- Sheikh Musa Hilal: Numerous eyewitnesses place
Hilal at the scene of different attacks in North Darfur in which serious crimes,
including rape, murder and torture, were committed. Numerous eyewitnesses,
including former members of the Sudanese armed forces, also identify Hilal
as a key militia recruiter and coordinator.
- Ali Kosheib: This is the nickname or nom de
guerre of Ali Mohammed Ali. He was one of the key leaders of the attacks
on villages around Mukjar, Bindisi, and Garsila in 2003-2004. Several
eyewitnesses recognized him as one of the commanders of the operations in
March 2004 in which several hundred men were executed around Deleig,
Garsila, and Mukjar.
- Mustapha Abu Nuba: Tribal leader of a Riziegat
sub-clan in South Darfur. Allegedly responsible for numerous attacks on
villages in South Darfur, including the attack on and looting of Kaila.
- Nazir Al Tijani Abdel Kadir. Tribal leader of the Misseriya
militia based in Niteiga, South Darfur. Allegedly responsible for the
attack on the village of Khor Abeche on April 7, 2005, and other attacks in the area.
- Mohammed Hamdan. Riziegat militia leader involved
in Adwah attack and looting in November 2004.