The Sudanese Peace Process has Become VirtuallyImpossible in light of the Misleading Rumors

The Sudanese Peace Process has Become VirtuallyImpossible in light of the Misleading Rumors

أصبحت عملية السلام السودانية مستحيلة تقريبًافي ضوء الشائعات المضللة

By Mahmoud A. Suleiman

This article comes against the backdrop of the zigzags and the ups and downs of the Peace Process, which is considered one of the three slogans of the glorious popular revolution of 19 December 2018 that removed forever the ruling regime of the defunct National Congress Party (NCP) headed by its Damned mentioning, the deposed now, President Omer Hassan Ahmed al-Bashir who committed the most heinous crimes against humanity, war crimes and crimes of Genocide against innocent Sudanese civilian citizens in the regions of Darfur and South Kordofan, in the Nuba Mountains, and in the South of the Blue Nile in Ingasana, and let alone for the rest of the crimes he committed against the citizens of Beja in Eastern Sudan and against the citizens of the Northern region of Sudan in Kajbar and Amri and the areas of the dams. Continue reading The Sudanese Peace Process has Become VirtuallyImpossible in light of the Misleading Rumors

The consequences of Britain leaving the EU

The prospects for Britain’s Exit from the European Union

By Mahmoud A. Suleiman

 

As they say, we lived and witnessed many exciting events and changes in life in the world, including the exit of Britain from the European Union at the Eleventh hour according to British Standard- time which coincided the Twelve hours according to the European Union Standard time on Friday, January 31, 2020 in what was called BREXIT, meaning Britain Exiting or leaving of the European Union (EU). On that Unfortunately quasi-Catastrophic event, Continue reading The consequences of Britain leaving the EU

My Memories of the United Kingdom from my Postgraduate Study Days

My Memories of the United Kingdom from my Postgraduate Study Days
ذكرياتى عن المملكة المتحدة من أيام دراستى فوق الجامعية حضرت الى بريطانيا

 

This article is an integral part of the previous series of articles on my life memories that my memory recorded over the years of my extended life that were a gift from God Almighty to live and enjoy and see and work through it for the benefit of me and the human community by providing science and health services.

Perhaps I thought I may not need to mention, because it is considered self-evident to mention, as to why Britain has been chosen to send medical Doctors from Sudan to obtain postgraduate Degrees studies in the United Kingdom; that is because the United Kingdom is an advanced country in various scientific fields including medicine and more importantly, that Sudan was a former British colony and language of instruction at the Sudanese medical school at the time was English. Moreover and as the old proverb goes: ‘ It is the better the Devil you Know than the Devil you do not know”! Continue reading My Memories of the United Kingdom from my Postgraduate Study Days

Putting Peace in the rear after the Sudanese Revolution is Akin to putting the Cart before the Horse

Putting Peace in the rear after the Sudanese Revolution is Akin to putting the Cart before the Horse

By Mahmoud A. Suleiman

 

This article comes against the backdrop of the indifference and the Tortoise sluggishness / Turtle deceleration of the Peace file, which is one of the elements of the chants of the December 19, 2018 Glorious Popular Sudanese Revolution which was calling for Freedom, Peace and Justice until it toppled the Deposed President, who is now in a correctional Reformatory/ Institution facility for the elderly as a result of possessing looted people’s money in his house.It is almost  two years on the row since the Revolutionary Sudanese public chanted for triple Slogans of Freedom -Peace – Justice.

Thus, putting Peace in the rear after the Revolution is like putting a cart in front of the Horse applies to the situation in Sudan dominated by the Forces for Declaring Freedom and Change (FFC); the group that tries to steal the sacrifices and rights of the Sudanese people and give them to themselves, excluding the real stakeholders.

As is known in advance and may not need to be repeated, except that it is just for reminding that the construction of the house does not take place before laying the foundation. And this seems to be happening in Sudan that does not put Peace as a basis for the requirements of the glorious 19thDecember 2018 Revolution. And the foregoing statement does squarely coincide and tallies with the actions of the Forces of Declaring Freedom and Change/Arabic GAHT.This seems as a question that awaits the logical answer! This is meant to guarantee that the cart may not be placed in front of the horse anymore. Some of the paragraphs of this article may be seen a bit harsh by the readers, but that is an effect of the anger associated with frustrations as a result of the systematic slowdown towards achieving a just and sustainable peace in Sudan.

Cart before the horse Description Continue reading Putting Peace in the rear after the Sudanese Revolution is Akin to putting the Cart before the Horse

Importance of January the First 2020 for the Sudanese People

Importance of January the First 2020 for the Sudanese People


By Mahmoud A. Suleiman


This article comes today, Wednesday the first of the month of January 2020, which marks the date of birth for the Surviving Older Generation of Most Sudanese men and Sudanese women, especially those who were born in hinterland rural areas, where there were neither certified midwives nor government health services to get real birth certificates where the child’s parents later on, as the time approaches the age of starting schooling for their child, have to get what is referred to as Age Estimation Certificate from a Medical Doctor who would examine the child physically to determine and decide the age of the child which usually begins on the first day of the month of January that alsocoincides the date on which Sudan was declared as independent country 64 years ago as of today’s date -01 01 2020, from the Anglo-Egyptian Condominium colonialism on Sunday the First of January 1956. Continue reading Importance of January the First 2020 for the Sudanese People

The Significance of the Entry of the Justice and Equality Movement Peace Beacons’ Delegation to Khartoum

The Significance of the Entry of the Justice and Equality Movement Peace Beacons’ Delegation to Khartoum

By Mahmoud A. Suleiman

 

The Entry of the Peace Beacons of the Justice and Equality Movement to Khartoum is a Turning Point

The Justice and Equality Movement (JEM) previously entered the Sudanese Capital Khartoum in the Operation Long Arm (OLA) and today it enters it for the sake of Long-term Just Peace

The entry of the Sudanese Justice and Equality Movement (JEM) Peace Beacons Delegation to Khartoum on Saturday the 7th of December 2019 brings back the memories of its entry to the Three-Town Capital Khartoum on Saturday 10thMy 2008 under the banner of Operation Long Arm (OLA)led by its late founding leader, Dr. Khalil Ibrahim Muhammed.  Continue reading The Significance of the Entry of the Justice and Equality Movement Peace Beacons’ Delegation to Khartoum

The Systematic Delay of the Peace Process in Sudan has Provoked Local, Regional and International Outrage

The Systematic Delay of the Peace Process in Sudan has Provoked Local, Regional and International Outrage

By Mahmoud A. Suleiman

 

This article comes against the backdrop of much awe. As we know the offices of the Sudanese state, are dominated by specific ethnic groups whose backgrounds originate from the Northern Nilotic Region of Sudan. We tended to call our constituents from marginalised and rural areas in Darfur, Kordofan, Southern Blue Nile, Eastern Sudan and the banks of the Red Sea to not Talk about this bitter reality that we call racism because talking about it may provoke tribal prejudices and exacerbate social relations between the citizens of a united Sudan.  Continue reading The Systematic Delay of the Peace Process in Sudan has Provoked Local, Regional and International Outrage

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