chers amis bonjour juste vous mettre au courant de la situation que nous avons vécu. il y a une femme cultivacteur au champ et puis les FDLR les militaires de RWANDA qui sont au Congo sud kivu ont tapé cette maman on l'a violée cette femme ils etaient au nombre de dix militaires. cette femme est battu. Nous les femme congolaise nous demandons au secours parce que nous les femmes congolaise nous souffrons beaucoup aidons nous les femmes de worldpulse.

English translation by PulseWire member Nita

Violation of Woman’s right Good morning dear friends. Just to keep you informed about the situation we have experienced. There is a female farmer in the farm, the FDLR soldiers – RWANDA soldiers who are in Congo at South Kivu have beaten this momma. They raped this woman. The soldiers were ten in number . This woman was battered. We the Congolese women are asking for succor because we the Congolese women are suffering a lot. Please Worldpulse women help us.

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Ma Sibatu, C'est ecroulant comprendre ce que les femmes traversent en RDC Ces malfaiteurs se comportent comme s'ils n'ont pas des filles, des mamans, les epouses.

Dieu va comprendre les cris de la femme Conglaise comme IL avait compris les cris d'israeliens.

Dieu qui ne change pas va vous donner le MOISE de notre temps peut etre a travers worldpulse. Qui sait?

C'est difficile mais il faut reste focalise.

Dieu est l'avocat des gens marginalises comme les femmes Congolais

Dieu aime les femmes

NITA

Violation of Woman’s right Good morning dear friends. Just to keep you informed about the situation we have experienced. There is a female farmer in the farm, the FDLR soldiers – RWANDA soldiers who are in Congo at South Kivu have beaten this momma. They raped this woman. The soldiers were ten in number . This woman was battered. We the Congolese women are asking for succor because we the Congolese women are suffering a lot. Please Worldpulse women help us.

NITA

Dear Sibatu,

Thank you for bringing our attention to this terrible act of violence. I am so sorry about what is happening to the women in your community. The courage you show in sharing these experiences is already helping--now the whole world is aware of what is going on, and we must act to help. Please check the Sharing Solutions page for some ideas on what we can do.

In solidarity, Kirsten

Greetings Sibatu. Welcome to World Pulse. I appreciate that you are sharing this story with us. I pray that the Congolese women can be united and can draw strength from each other. Be the support that has been denied to you by the authorities. Stand together. The World Pulse members are with you in spirit. And your stories are being heard. Stay strong, sister!

Peace and blessings,

~Kara-Amena

Kara

Raising public awareness is the first step to a change and, therefore, it is important to speak up. Our goal should be to stop violence against women in every instance because every single human's suffering is our community's suffering.Evil has lots of faces and only our combined effort can bring more good into this world! Stay safe!

Sibatu,

I have now signed several petitions to the UN and written individuals whose aim is to protect women's rights and relayed your story. Women can not and should not be the victims of others war plans. Women are not afforded enough protection in war situations and need to have their safety assured in some way. Thank you for letting us know about the situation, now hopefully voices will be heard.

“Women have a special capacity to lead us to a more peaceful world with compassion, affection and kindness. And there is no more important time for that than this moment.” - Dalai Lama