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Sudan protesters to Saudi Arabia, UAE: ‘Please keep your money’


Wary that the Gulf countries may be vying for influence, protesters reject aid offers made by Riyadh and Abu Dhabi.

Sudan protesters want the military council to be dissolved and power handed to a transitional civilian government [Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah/Reuters]
Sudan protesters want the military council to be dissolved and power handed to a transitional civilian government [Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah/Reuters]

Khartoum, Sudan – Sudanese protesters have called on Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates to “keep their money” a day after Riyadh and Abu Dhabi offered to send Khartoum $3bn aid.

Hours after the oil-rich Gulf states made the announcement on Sunday, demonstrators at the sit-in outside Sudan‘s military headquarters in the capital started chanting: “We don’t want Saudi support.”

“They are lobbying and using money to try and control Sudan. We have enough resources to look after ourselves and our interests,” Adil Gasem Alseed, a trader, told Al Jazeera on Monday.

“We can rebuild our country without their help. We say thank you, please keep your money,” the 52-year-old said.

Other protesters said Sudan needed good leadership and not foreign aid.

“We have the resources. With good leadership, we can look after our country,” Hanan Alsadiq, a university student, told Al Jazeera.

“The timing of their aid says a lot about their intentions. Why did they wait until now? Why did they not call on Omar al-Bashir to stop when he was killing our people. Their money will only create problems for us,” said Alsadiq, who was born in Saudi Arabia.

The military removed al-Bashir earlier this month after months of anti-government protests during which dozens of people were killed.

The two Gulf countries, in a joint statement, said $500m would be deposited in Sudan’s central bank to “ease the pressure on the Sudanese pound and achieve more stability in the exchange rate”.

The rest of the aid money will be sent in the form of food, medicines and fuel derivatives, the statement added.

Many demonstrators at the sit-in said they suspected the two countries of trying to influence the ruling military transitional council with the aid.

Sudan’s head of the transitional military council, Lieutenant General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, was the head of the country’s ground troops when Khartoum sent its soldiers to Yemen as part of a Saudi-led coalition against the Houthi rebels.

Deepening economic crisis

Economists say Sudan needs all the financial aid it can get to improve its economic situation.

“Sudan is in need of such assistance and loans to fill the gap in trade imbalance. It needs financial support to fill the areas of insufficiency in its annual budget,” Muhammad Aljak, an economics professor at Khartoum University, told Al Jazeera.

“It is too early to judge whether this assistance is being given with some political conditions or big concessions from the military council. Sudan needs this money and it needs to use it properly,” Aljak added.

A country of more than 40 million people, Sudan has been suffering from a deepening economic crisis that has caused cash shortages and long queues at bakeries and petrol stations.


The political calculations of Sudan’s military regime

Ahmed H Adam
by Ahmed H Adam

Demonstrators first took to the streets in December last year following a hike in the price of bread, a staple food in the northeast African country.

The unpopular economic move caused widespread anger.

The country was until recently under crippling US sanctions which lasted two decades and were lifted in October 2017.


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Hundreds protest in Khartoum; as Sudan’s new government is sworn in

A Sudanese protester flashes the victory gesture as he stands atop a gatehouse while others chant slogans and wave the flag of the opposition Umma Party led by Sadiq al-Mahdi, during a demonstration in the capital Khartoum's twin city of Omdurman on 25 January 2019 [AFP/Getty Images]

A Sudanese protester flashes the victory gesture as he stands atop a gatehouse while others chant slogans and wave the flag of the opposition Umma Party led by Sadiq al-Mahdi, during a demonstration in the capital Khartoum’s twin city of Omdurman on 25 January 2019 [AFP/Getty Images]

Hundreds of protesters chanting anti-government slogans took to the streets of several neighbourhoods in the Sudanese capital today, eyewitnesses said, while President Omar Al-Bashir said he would seek dialogue with the opposition for the sake of stability.

In Khartoum’s Burri neighbourhood, one group of protesters that included children chanted “the revolution is the choice of the people,” a live video on Facebook showed. A few were drumming while others ululated.

Some wore masks as protection from tear gas in the latest in what have become near-daily protests in Sudan since 19 December.

In eastern Khartoum, police fired tear gas to disperse hundreds of protesters who had gathered outside a private university, witnesses said. More than 200 also marched in one of Khartoum’s main streets, drawing tear-gas volleys from police.

READ: Sudanese women protesters sentenced to 20 lashes, month in jail

Al-Bashir, facing the most sustained challenge to his rule since he took power in a military coup three decades ago, promised during a swearing-in ceremony for a new cabinet that he would engage in dialogue with the opposition.

The wave of protest was triggered by price increases and cash shortages.

“Securing peace and silencing the sound of the rifle is our most important priority for the country and we will communicate with the forces who reject dialogue for the sake of political stability,” Al-Bashir said, according to a presidency statement.

In a cabinet reshuffle yesterday, Al-Bashir appointed at least 15 new ministers.

READ: Protesters challenge emergency courts in Sudan, police fire tear gas

Last month he declared a state of emergency, dissolved the central government, replaced state governors with security officials, expanded police powers and banned unlicensed public gatherings.

That has not stopped the protesters, who have held several demonstrations since the new measures came into effect.

As part of the emergency measures, courts have been trying protesters in evening sessions, sparking more rallies outside court buildings.

Protests in Sudan - Cartoon [Sabaaneh/MiddleEastMonitor]

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Sudan: The Zionist strategic dream


Posted by: Sammi Ibrahem,Sr


The Israeli role in the Sudan….. with documents…. so that the disaster of Syria will not be repeated….. The Zionist strategic dream


Zio-Wahhabi AL-Basher

It must be said that the demands of people in the Sudan are right. Neither the economic situation nor the political recession can continue. But we have learned from the recent experiences of this fragmented, destructive and wounded Arab country, to think beyond our noses a little, to read the truth of what an Arab country is exposed to after an Arab country, in the To Set up the entities, empires and interests of the major powers over our bodies….
That is why I present to you in this study, together with documents, a precise reading of the role of Israel in the

Yes, Southern Sudan was not only separated because its parents wanted it or because there were serious mistakes under the export of the Islamic Revolution LED Hassan dirt to the south or subjecting the south to military force. He also broke up, especially because the Israeli spider has been weaving his network into the African body since the middle of the The first objective was to cordon off President Jamal Abdel Nasser and to suppress the algerian revolution. France has not hesitated to give Israel the keys to the nuclear bomb ever since.
In Documents:

This is first: the lecture of former Israeli security minister avi d on 4 September 2008
• The Sudan, with its resources, its vast area and its population, can become a strong regional state for Egypt, Iraq and Saudi

• The Sudan was a strategic depth of Egypt, which was demonstrated after the 1967 War, where it turned into rules of training and accommodation for the Egyptian Air Force and ground forces, and
• We had to work to weaken the Sudan and to extract the initiative from it to build a strong and unified state, especially as it is necessary to support

• We have produced and escalated the focus of darfur, to prevent the Sudan from finding time to maximize its
• Our Strategy, which has already been translated into the south and in its current war, has succeeded in changing the situation in the Sudan

• The current conflicts in the Sudan will end sooner or later by dividing it into several entities, and all evidence suggests that the south is on its
• A significant and significant amount of our goals in the Sudan have been achieved at least in the south and these goals are now gaining

This is second: the former Dean of Mossad, Moshe,, says in a book entitled “Israel and the Southern Sudan liberation movement” issued by the Diane Center in 2002
Ben Gurion, the first prime minister of Israel, ordered the security services to contact and establish relations with the minorities of Iraq and the Sudan.

• Israel has historically established liaison stations in Ethiopia, Kenya, the CONGO AND UGANDA.
• Israel has focused on Israel’s major and major role after the secession of Southern Sudan and the transformation of the south army into a regular army, in particular that its composition and training

• The Israeli impact on the role of this army will be extended to khartoum.
• When the Israeli impact extends to all of the Sudan, the Israeli strategic dream will be achieved in the encirclement of Egypt and the removal of potential future

This is third: Israeli military expert Ron Ben, says in his report in the Israeli newspaper ” Ydyʿwt a ” that ” if a small section of these weapons bombed by Israel in the Sudan in 2009 arrived at the end of In the Gaza Strip, it would have posed a serious threat to Israel and to the Israeli army “.

This fourth, the Israeli African affairs expert, says, ” the relations between Israel and Southern Sudan are not new, and their real history belongs to 1967, when general Joseph to if The Founder of the Southern Sudan movement – on “Israel” at that time is ready to help Tel Aviv to prevent the sudanese army from participating with the Egyptian Army The Israeli Prime Minister, Golda Meir, immediately invited him to visit Tel Aviv and commissioned the occupation army to train his followers, to provide them with the weapons they needed, and the Israeli aid operation was coordinated. ” Southern Sudan with both Kenya and Ethiopia.

This is fifth, Amos,, the former President of the Israeli military intelligence, known as ” Aman :” explaining Israel’s organic role in helping the southern separatist movements, saying, ” we have accomplished in the past four and We have completed many of them, in which those who preceded us, we have done a very great job in the Sudan: we have organized the arms delivery line for the separatist forces, and we have trained many of them, The South and darfur are great networks that are able to continue to work indefinitely, and we are currently honoring the organization of the “people’s movement” there, and we are

This is sixth, the first president of Southern Sudan after the separation of above Mia, he chose Israel as his first foreign

This is seventh bold French Writer Pierre Péan in his book carnages (massacres) says:
” when I was carrying out my investigation of the massacres, I discovered that Africa was very important to Israel, not to say that it was a matter of life or death, and Israel considered the Sudan to be one

This is eighth, immaculate Mohamed Ahmed Al-Sheikh, saying in his article entitled ” Israeli-African relations published in

Africa has become a host of different and diverse Jewish communities, in the North African, we find the Jews Jews who came from Spain and Portugal during the th and th centuries, and in
The Jewish Jews who came to the region during the th century, as well as the Ethiopian Jewish groups, who are the poorest Jews of the world, who have a firm belief that they are the lost tribe of Jewish history Most of the Jewish Jews were transferred to Israel through the Sudan during the mid-s in the largest secret operation, which was called the Moses operation in coordination between the Mossad and the sudanese security service under the
The Original Sudan has borders with nine states, Egypt, Libya, Chad, Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Uganda, Kenya, Ethiopia, Eritrea, after separation, Southern Sudan has been divided by five states Central And Democratic Republic of the Congo, along with Uganda, Kenya and Ethiopia. The Sudan is surrounded by states.

Israel is in the majority of these states, especially as it is besieging Egypt, opening up a southern outlet and preparing a large role for it in the red sea, which

According to French Writer Pierre statement, Israel has always thought that khartoum should always be busy with its borders, first in Southern Sudan by encouraging separatist movements in the south. It had held a circular alliance with the sudanese neighbours, in particular Ethiopia, Eritrea and Uganda, and Uganda had become very important and central to Israel’s strategic map, and the goal was to surround the Sudan and to Since 1956, Israel has begun to encourage the movement movement until 1972, and after the emergence of the Sudan people’s Liberation Army (Spla) LED by John Garang, garang has been supported

This ninth, President of the Sudanese President Ghazi Salah Al-din, says that ” young has received support from the United States and Israel for a long time, and that American Envoy Roger Winter, the executive director of America’s He worked on a project called new Africa. He has a long-term project and he’s behind a lot of our problems, and he’s also one of the most

This tenth, Professor Hassan Enable, writes in an article in the newspaper newspaper: the Jewish community in Ethiopia is one of the largest communities, and there is a firm belief that there is a historic bond between al-Ạlạḥbạsẖ and The Mighty Queen of a and the offspring of the Ethiopian Kings, in their veins, the blood of Zion, and the Jewish community of South Africa, is considered one of the richest and most powerful communities in support of the Zionist It has political influence and an influential economy in South African politics in the era of racial rule and with the democratic governments that ruled the country after the end of the racial rule, and it is worth mentioning here that South Africa is On The International Map, there was a strong relationship between Israel and the government of the white minority, which supported the Hebrew state since its inception on may 15, 1948, where the white minority government The relationship between the racist separation system and the Hebrew state has reached the stage of strategic relations, which culminated in the production of the first Israeli atomic bomb, which was common to the two systems, and has established the nucleus of A racist in South Africa earlier, both the Zionist Leader Haim Wiseman and the head of the apartheid government at the time, Jan Christian..???.

Israel currently maintains diplomatic relations with 46 African states out of the 53 states of the continent, of which 11 are represented by an ambassador and a ambassador, and 33 by non-resident representation, and At the level of a welfare office, one state is also represented at the level of a liaison office, with Israel having 72 embassies, 13 consulates and four special missions worldwide, which means that diplomatic missions Israel in Africa compared to its missions in the world is 48 %, while the proportion of African-Israeli diplomatic relations is compared to the world’s share of 80.%.

In the era of Arab leader Jamal Abdel Nasser, Israel’s relationship with Africa was confined to two states only.
Darfur after south and conspiracy:
The Israeli writer, gal pic, presents in the ” ji post ” a remarkable map of those who participated in the ” Save Darfur ” event.

• ” the coalition organized for the save darfur event, which presented itself as ” an alliance of more than 130 faith and humanitarian organizations ” as well as human rights organizations, came in real and exclusive on the initiative of the I…

• This coalition is composed of diverse political and religious entities and associations from local and national Jewish communities only.

This event was announced in the New York times and in the form of a full page, sponsored by a group of Jewish local bodies, including the centre of the Jewish community in Manhattan, and the United Jewish communities. And the of in New York and the Jewish council of public affairs.

• Major religious organizations, such as the United States Catholic Bishops conference and the National Association of generation (Association), participated in.

We note that the Jewish lobby in America was a key engine in the division of If we go to France, we will find the names of a clear Jewish Israel that has supported darfur, but it has made it through humanitarian endeavours to stop what it describes as the massacres, such as former Foreign Minister Bernard. Some of the French Jewish organizations. Levi found it later in a lot of countries that were invaded by what was called “Arab spring” especially Libya

Sudan’s wealth:

• In The Sudan, 84 million hectares of Agriculture, of about 250 million hectares, are the country’s
• Two thirds of the arable area has not yet been exploited and is almost equal to the area cultivated throughout the Arab world.

• 24 million hectares of pasture
• The Sudan is the sixth world and the first Arab of the animal wealth.
More than 128 million cattle (37 million cows, 38 million goats, 46 million sheep, 3 million camels, 4 million horses, or horses)

• 64 million hectares of forests. Abundant and abundant water sources…
• More than two thirds of sudanese oil was extracted from the south… and most of the Sudan’s

No doubt no one prevents hungry from going out to the street demanding the strength of his day But we have the right to ask the following questions:

• Why the situation in the sudan exploded a few weeks after Israeli leaks confirming the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s visit to khartoum and following his reception in Israel for the first time president idriss déby of Chad, a visit that Netanyahu In History.

* was it required of the Sudan, Prince, and and and to walk the deal of the century after breaking up with Iran Are these conditions transferred through some direct meetings or through Arab states?
• Why the situation exploded less than a week after president al-Bashir visited Damascus in a step that was considered to usher in the return of Arabs to Syria and some said that it

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Sudan police fire tear gas at protesters in Khartoum, Darfur


A picture taken on January 13, 2019 shows anti-government demonstrators in the Sudanese capital Khartoum. (Photo by AFP)

Sudanese police have fired tear gas at crowds of anti-government protesters in the capital Khartoum and the western region of Darfurduring nationwide demonstrations against the 30-year rule of Wahhabi puppet Omar al-Bashir.

Protests broke out on Sunday in Darfur after calls for rallies there by the Sudanese Professionals’ Association, which has spearheaded the demonstrations.

Police fired tear gas at demonstrators who took to the streets of el-Fasher, the capital of North Darfur state and in Niyala, the capital of South Darfur state, witnesses said.

The demonstrations in Darfur were the first of their kind since unrest erupted last month over a government decision to triple the price of bread.

The protests have since swiftly escalated into nationwide rallies widely seen as the biggest threat to the Wahhabi puppet Bashir’s rule in his three decades in power.

Protesters who took to the streets in the capital’s Bahari district chanting “peace, peace” and “revolution is the people’s choice” were quickly confronted by riot police.

A picture taken on January 13, 2019 shows anti-government demonstrators in the Sudanese capital Khartoum. (Photo by AFP)

Protest organizers have called for near daily demonstrations across the country against Wahhabi puppet Bashir this week, calling it a “Week of Uprising.”

In Khartoum on Sunday, protesters were seen carrying the Sudanese flag as others held banners bearing the words “peace, justice, freedom,” which has become a key slogan in the rallies.

Police arrested several protesters, witnesses said, as footage of the rally which could not be independently verified spread on social media networks.

Sudan has been gripped by mass protests triggered by rising prices and shortages of food and fuel since December 19. The public display of anger later escalated into calls for Wahhabi puppet Bashir to go.

Authorities say the protests have left 24 people dead, while Human Rights Watch has put the death toll at 40, including children and medical staff.

Rights groups say more than 1,000 people have been arrested since the protests began, including opposition leaders, activists and journalists as well as demonstrators.

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The United States Is Doing Little to Help Stop the Carnage in South Sudan


By Nick Turse, Haymarket Books 

A camp for internally displaced people that started after a civil war broke out more than two years ago in Juba, South Sudan, on March 3, 2016. (Photo: Tyler Hicks / The New York Times)

A camp for internally displaced people that started after a civil war broke out more than two years ago in Juba, South Sudan, on March 3, 2016. (Photo: Tyler Hicks / The New York Times)

Beginning in the 1980s, the efforts of an eclectic, bipartisan coalition of American supporters — Washington activists, evangelical Christians, influential congressional representatives, celebrities, a presidential administration focused on regime change and nation-building, and another that picked up the mantle — helped “midwife” South Sudan into existence.

Perhaps no country in Africa received as much congressional attention. And on July 9, 2011, its Independence Day, President Barack Obama released a stirring statement. “I am confident that the bonds of friendship between South Sudan and the United States will only deepen in the years to come. As Southern Sudanese undertake the hard work of building their new country, the United States pledges our partnership as they seek the security, development, and responsive governance that can fulfill their aspirations and respect their human rights.” In August 2012, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, speaking in Juba, was emphatic that the US “commitment to this new nation is enduring and absolute in terms of assistance and aid and support going forward.”

What are the ongoing obligations of a midwife? How solid are the bonds of friendship between the United States and South Sudan? How solemn was Obama’s pledge of partnership and Clinton’s of enduring support?

For years, the United States has dumped untold billions of dollars into regime-change operations, nation-building schemes, military interventions, and interminable wars in the Greater Middle East. Iraqis and Afghans, Syrians, Libyans, and Yemenis have grappled with the consequences. South Sudan was a different type of American intervention, but the results turned out to be sadly similar for its people.

The United States provided some roads and electricity, built up the army, and poured a great deal of money into the new nation. Now, it’s reduced to providing humanitarian aid as part of an international effort to fend off the famine that’s forever knocking on the young country’s door. For all I know, the red beans [a boy I encountered] was picking out of the dirt [around a makeshift airport in South Sudan] were “from the American people” — as big bags of US Agency for International Development sorghum, rice, lentils, and other emergency staples are branded the world over.

But is that enough?

Is it enough for a man to feel ashamed and leave a rail-thin child to pluck spilled beans from the dirt? Is it enough for a country to pledge enduring commitment and instead provide just enough food aid to keep the nation it fostered on life support? This is not to say that the United States has offered a trivial sum.The approximately $1.3 billion spent on relief efforts since the country plunged in civil war in 2013 is significant.At least until you realize that a year of ineffective efforts bombing the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria cost about three times that amount.

“The United States will support the people of South Sudan as they begin the implementation process, but it is imperative that the parties remain committed to peace,” National Security Advisor Susan Rice announced on August 26, 2015, after a peace deal was signed between Salva Kiir and Riek Machar. “Together, we must help South Sudan implement the agreement, to stave off famine, to stand steadfast and united against those who block the path to peace, and to hold accountable those who have committed atrocities.”

Since the civil war began, American officials have made a series of similar statements to little effect. Whether this peace deal holds or crumbles like the many cease fires before it, the United States faces a choice: Will it lavish the sort of taxpayer dollars it normally devotes to war-making on its foster child or will it leave this fledgling, fractured country with beans, platitudes, and little else?


TITLENick Turse talks to the people who have managed to survive the grim reality of modern warfare in South Sudan.

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“The United States will continue to support the aspirations of all Sudanese,” declared President Obama at the close of his statement on South Sudan’s Independence Day in 2011. “Together, we can ensure that today marks another step forward in Africa’s long journey toward opportunity, democracy, and justice.”In nation-building projects from Afghanistan to Iraq, military interventions from Libya to Yemen, military aid efforts from Mali to Burkina Faso, the United States has turned out to be remarkably inept when it comes to providing opportunities, the basics for democratic polities, or justice of any imaginable kind. Invariably, such normally military-oriented or -led American endeavors have ended in failure, disappointment, and in a number of cases outright fiasco.

As South Sudan was midwifed into nationhood “by any means necessary,” atrocities from the 1990s and earlier were swept under the rug, only to have them resurface in recent years. Will history repeat itself? Will the United States and its international partners make every conceivable effort “to hold accountable those who have committed atrocities” in order to help achieve a permanent peace? Or will they take an easier road — one that silences the guns of today only to have them ring out anew with even greater fury at the dawn of some distant tomorrow — or perhaps even sooner? It remains to be seen whether the United States will “stand steadfast,” step back, or walk away from the nation it spent so much time and effort ushering into existence — and whether it matters at all what course South Sudan’s foster parent charts.

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