Pakistani Celebrities Stand in Solidarity with Sudanese Civilians

The situation in Sudan is becoming dangerous day by day for the Sudanese people. Pakistani celebrities have shown their support on social media.

The recent massacre in Sudan has left the whole world shocked. The civil war going on in Sudan due to which innocent civilians are being brutally killed and suppressed is something that should not be taking place in the 21st century but unfortunately, these stories are real.

People who were silently protesting against the government are being murdered and the poor souls are being thrown in The Nile in order to hide the perpetrators heinous crimes.  It doesn’t only stop there, women and children are being raped and killed. Children as young as seven to eight years old are being raped and the media remains silent. This is an alarming situation and the most shocking thing is that there’s no media coverage. There are no headlines on news channels and no live coverage of the brutality that these innocent people are facing.

Many civilians in different states have taken it upon themselves to spread awareness regarding the unfair and unjust happenings in Sudan through their own social media. And many Pakistani celebrities have also played their part in raising awareness and have condemned the act.

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There’s a massacre happening in Sudan! People are being beaten up, raped, killed! A child was raped by multiple men in a mosque! 52 people killed! 700 injured! Dozens of bodies dumped into the nile river! The military has shut down the internet and media coverage so we don’t get to see what’s happening so they can’t ask anyone for help! Please yeh mat sochain ke yeh hamaray log nahi hain tou ham kya karain. Ham Sab insan hain! Buray waqt ka pata nahi hota. Facebook Instagram twitter snapchat YouTube TikTok! Jahan tak bata sakte ho batao! Please help. Mentioning some of the things you can do to help. -There’s a page on Facebook called ‘food and medicine for Sudan’ -you can donate by going to – – go to and sign the petition to urge the UN to look into the matter – donate at I’ll post the links and screenshots on my story. RAISE YOUR VOICE FOR HUMANITY! SPEAK UP FOR SUDAN! #sudanmassacre

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Some celebrities have only changed their profile picture to a shade of blue that has been going viral. A young man who was killed in Sudan had this same blue profile picture on his Instagram account which people are now replacing their own profile pictures with in his honour. Pakistani celebritites Arij and Ushna have also done the same to support the Sudanese people.

Goodwill Ambassador of UN Women, Muniba Mazari, has also posted on her social media and she stands in solidarity with Sudanese people as well.