On Defending and Explaining RSF Noble Mission

The war against the Sudanese Army has considerably declined in the different fronts, but a new malevolent war started in the modern and social media outlets.
There is an organized campaign sponsored by hostile media to describe the Rapid Support Forces (RSF) as pro-government militias along with linking it to the Janjaweed, especially after the victories of those forces in the battlefield and recapturing strongholds from the rebels in Blue Nile and South Kordofan.
The RSF are now in the Northern State to assist in curbing the human trafficking activities. The RSF are regular forces working side by side with the army and other forces.
The phenomena of central governments recruiting special forces to assist the army in its mission in protecting the nation is not new as most of the governments recruit special forces to conduct specific missions in accordance to the security situations.
The United States was the first nation that initiated this system through the formation of special fighting units under the name Special Weapon and Tactic Troops (SWAT) in the year 1967.
The USA has also the Rapid Deployment Force (RDF) with almost the similar mission of SWAT but with more advanced equipments that include airplane, rockets, warships and even submarines.
It goes without saying that the establishment of such highly equipped and qualified forces saves of lot of effort and money.
According to experts only one thousand of such forces can quell surprise attacks from insurgents.
In Sudan when the NISS initiated the Rapid Support Forces (RSF), most of the western countries rejected the idea, while nobody comments on SWAT or the RDF of the USA.
The RSF managed to defeat and repulse the insurgents and outlaws from most of rebels’ strongholds in Kordofan and Darfur.
What is provided by the RSF necessitates from all of us to provide a rapid support to those heroes to enable them conduct their mission perfectly instead of the discouraging statements aired in the media outlets.

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