Does the savagery of the regime of the NCP clone itself into brutality among the Sudanese civilians?

Does the savagery of the regime of the NCP clone itself into brutality among the Sudanese civilians?

By Mahmoud A. Suleiman

Introduction to the article

After reviewing the Sudanese electronic newspapers that wrote about the tragedy of a young thief, one concludes that there has been a collective consensus among the public opinion of outright denunciation. Moreover, most of the Sudanese people rejected the thuggery and reconsidered it as reprehensible behaviour. The mob that took the criminal law into their own hands and committed the crime callously and without showing the slightest sense of humanity looked at as aliens.

Moreover, the worst was that they were feeling in festive mood joyfully laughing despite the pleas of the victim asking for kindness and that he repented of his crime.

The most grotesque and strangest thing is that the responses of the group to the victim’s pleas scorching chili crammed between the buttocks inside his anus; Sorry for the use of words abrasive to modesty.

Thus, they wanted to prove that the virtue of modesty is something non-existent in the community in which they live. Moreover, they put their fingers in their ears to hide echo of the cries of their victim, continued, and insisted in his torture. This is a review article reflecting on the saddening events that led to the tragic death of the young man who was arrested by a group of people of a district in central Sudan while allegedly trying to steal.

The Article:

This is a review article about the chain of events that led to the death of a young thief, who was tortured to inevitable death by a group of people belonged to a region in central Sudan near the capital Khartoum. One  cannot look at the fact that a group of individuals  torturing a thief in that brutal way by what appeared on the video clip which being acted by  thoughtless insane people . However, the section

photographer showed that those who participated in the heinous crime were ordinary people. Moreover, they did their crime so luxuriously punctuated humor as if they were on a picnic, and continued to torture the victim and trapped chili into his anus without paying any attention to his yelling on the top of his voice that he implores asking for forgiveness and that he had repented of his sins.

This is catastrophe predicts a shift in the state of mind some people in the community as a result of conditions experienced by the ill-fated home, where predicts the emergence of a state of readiness to behave lawlessly and committing abhorrent offences and violence in the absence of the rule of law.

After reviewing the Sudanese electronic newspapers that wrote about the tragedy of a young thief one has concluded that, there has been a collective consensus among the public opinion of outright denunciation and rejection of the thuggery and reprehensible behaviour of the mob. It seemed that they took the criminal law into their own hands and committed the crime callously without showing the slightest sense of humanity. The worst was that they appeared as if they were in festive mood and joyfully laughing despite the pleas of the victim asking for kindness and that he repented of his crime.

The most grotesque and strangest thing is that the responses of the group to the victim’s pleas scorching chili crammed between the buttocks inside his anus; Sorry for the use of words abrasive to modesty.

Thus, they wanted to prove that the virtue of modesty is something non-existent in the community in which they live. Moreover, they put their fingers in their ears to mask the echo of the cries of their victim, continued, and insisted in his torture.

The Sudanese newspapers later reported that the young man who suffered torture at the hands of the thuggery mob and shown in a video footage has died in Soba University Hospital in Khartoum. The newspaper (the Next Day) for source said that the doctors carried out all the necessary first aid to the young man but he died two days later in the hospital. The hospital authorities transferred his body to the morgue

While the Newspaper (the Next Day) reported that the perpetrators belonged to one of the localities of al-Gezira, whereas the Newspaper ‘al-Mijhar’ indicated that they were from a neighbourhood within the National Capital of Sudan, Khartoum. Both newspapers did not mention the victim’s name. The title given to the video footage of the victim went as (The collapse of the rule of law in Sudan).

I was shocked and saddened as many others who watched the revolting video footage that recently spread on the social networking sites and programmes. The media nicknamed video referred to as the” Chili incident”.

Although I do not acknowledge the crime of theft and do not condone any other forms of crimes, nevertheless what happened to that young man is something reprehensible and heinous crime. Furthermore, that group’s behaviour represents a disgrace to the Sudanese people in the eyes of the peoples of the world. The behaviour of thuggery mob may justify the crimes committed by the genocidal criminal fugitive from international justice, Omar Hassan Ahmed al-Bashir and his entourage.

Unfortunately, for those who observe and  followed  up the reality of the events in the Sudanese society  during the reign of the regime of the Muslim Brotherhood Movement (MBM) note that there is a lot of behavioral patterns alien to the Sudanese society found  an environment conducive for the spread of transgression. These changes have sprung into society especially in light of the poor conditions experienced by the country and due to the destructive policies of the political NCP regime. The corruption epidemic that has plagued the economy in the kill off caused drastic changes in the ethics and morals of some Sudanese communities. This led to the collapse of the values of tolerance that the people of Sudan used to be proud of among nations of the world through the ages.

The video of this crime, which is the focus of my talk and referred to by other writers besides me, represents a significant collapse of morals in the right of the Sudanese nation. We are today feeling as though the chili scorching at all of our eyes, as one of the journalists said!

The majority of the Sudanese people are devout Muslims or of other heavenly denomination and the rest of them are also law-abiding humane citizens. If Islam is a religion of humanity,  compassion and calling for kindness to animals and let alone to human beings, an answer for the  question as to  how come the teachings of Islam have gone unheeded during this era of decadence reigned by those who claim to be the defenders of Islam, the National Congress Party (NCP) hypocritical regime.

The video referred to earlier has put us as Sudanese nation in front of a serious moral dilemma and social challenge and imposes on all the Sudanese to stand in front of their long, introspection so as not to make the coming future generations violent, and brutal jungle beasts.

There are so many who have expressed their support and encouraged what happened to the young man who was killed in this incident. The mob made justification   that the thief should be punished in order to be a sermon and a lesson to others. However, they completely forgotten their humanitarian sense and took part in what happened to this young victim.  Like many who expressed their censure, at this the moment I do not find myself trying to justify a criminal act on the victim or the others, whatever the circumstances. It is clear that the mob took the law in the country for granted as their own in disregard to the police, justice, and criminal law in order to committing their reprehensible crime. There is no religion or any law or logic accepts this disgraceful behaviour.

Some writers on the incidence expressed their pessimism as to the current Sudanese law, which controls the reins of affairs and advocates violence marks painful reality that it has no deterrent effect on the perpetrators of this kind of heinous crime. Such criminal behaviours are the works of the thugs imported from within the detention centres, ghost houses and stinking prison cells belonged to the (NCP) regime where so many innocent people Languishing under torture. At this juncture, it is possible to ask as to whether the savagery of the NCP regime succeeded in spreading brutality to some Sudanese Communities.

Toba Beta, the Indonesian writer, journalist, novelist who writes quotes and poems people quoted him as saying, “Government is a ruling structured thuggery.”!

Dr. Mahmoud A. Suleiman is an Author, Columnist and a Blogger. His blog is https://thussudan.wordpress.com/

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