Armed Struggle against the States its implications and repercussions on populations

Armed Struggle against the States its implications and repercussions on populations

By Mahmoud A. Suleiman

Armed struggle has various shades, connotations, meanings besides the cause underlying their eruption. Humankind has witnessed the woes of wars linked to gross injustice emanating from a hegemonic minority elite governments or national totalitarian military coup d’état regimes or from an imperialist colonials or a settled imperialist- a colonist and supremacist apartheid rule. The suppressed majority of the country who submitted to the injustice under subjugation of the ruler may rebel by lapse of time and awareness increase through continuing education, communication with the external world, neighbouring regional countries and the universe at large -internationally. Continue reading Armed Struggle against the States its implications and repercussions on populations

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Omer al-Bashir rests assured laden-burden on the Sudanese people’s shoulders

 

Omer al-Bashir rests assured laden-burden on the Sudanese people’s shoulders

By Mahmoud A. Suleiman

Omar al-Bashir believes that his continuing in power better protects him from tracking and prosecution

by the International Criminal Court (ICC). He clings to the continuity of his rule in Sudan under the protection of the National Intelligence and Security Service (NISS), the Sudan armed Force (SAF), Popular Defence Force (PDF), the recycled former Janjaweed- dubbed as the Rapid Support Force (RSF) and the remnants of mercenaries imported from the neighbouring West African countries. These vast armies of mercenaries and militias costing annually more than 70% of the Sudanese public purse that is already meager and broke In addition to the bare minimum, spent on education and health services.  Moreover, the bankruptcy of the state budget has resulted due to the lavish spending, pillaging, corruption, embezzlement besides the money wasted on the absurd endless civil wars of state against the homeland citizens. Continue reading Omer al-Bashir rests assured laden-burden on the Sudanese people’s shoulders

Futility of negotiating with NCP renowned for abrogating Agreements signed with Parties

Futility of negotiating with NCP renowned for abrogating Agreements signed with Parties

By Mahmoud A. Suleiman

Marathon negotiations amid the lack of commitment of the NCP regime renowned for its breach of covenants signed with parties in the conflict proved futile. The political Islamist NCP is a recidivist in the aspect of breaching of trust. This is because the (NCP) regime considers cheating others who are in conflict with it Sharia jurisprudence justifies it, without considering the ethics of tolerance, which the true religion of Islam calls for.

Lack of commitment of the NCP regime to the peace agreements reached and signed with the parties to the conflict in Darfur after a marathon of negotiations was the pickaxe for the demolition of the State of Sudan and its inhabitants.

 In the reign of the political Islamism of the National Islamic Front/National Congress Party (NIF/NCP) regime genocide by attrition continues with impunity in Darfur. The regime led by the fugitive from the international justice the Génocidaire Omer Hassan Ahmed al-Bashir repeated reneging on agreements he has signed with the parties. The regime in Khartoum abrogates promises. Continue reading Futility of negotiating with NCP renowned for abrogating Agreements signed with Parties

Omar al-Bashir’s prohibitive Red Lines crossed all Political Boundaries in Sudan

 

Omar al-Bashir’s prohibitive Red Lines crossed all Political Boundaries in Sudan

By Mahmoud A. Suleiman

This article comes against the backdrop of the ultimatum made by the National Congress Party (NCP) President Omer al-Bashir in which he warned the opposition parties from any attempt to rapprochement with the rebel alliance Sudanese Revolutionary Front (SRF). Al-Bashir sounded more tyrannical after his return to the limelight following weeks of disappearance allegedly due to illness he has suffered. This announcement of the (NCP) president topples his false claim about national dialogue he called on the opposition political forces to participate and that his regime has provided a suitable ground for political freedoms. Al-Bashir after the recovery from his alleged illness aimed at imposing more restrictions on freedoms and application of further repressive laws against opposition parties. Continue reading Omar al-Bashir’s prohibitive Red Lines crossed all Political Boundaries in Sudan

My memories in the State of Kuwait

My memories in the State of Kuwait

By Mahmoud A. Suleiman

 I spent some of the most beautiful years of my life in the State of Kuwait, which without shred of doubt Have left good memories of the eight years that stretched but passed quickly from the year one thousand nine hundred and eighty-three to one thousand nine hundred ninety. I went to Kuwait on secondment from the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Khartoum to work as a lecturer at the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Kuwait where.    Continue reading My memories in the State of Kuwait

Implications of the Libyan Spring failure on Sudan, Chad and the Sahel-Sahara Region

Implications of the Libyan Spring failure on Sudan, Chad and the Sahel-Sahara Region

By Mahmoud A. Suleiman

News Media indicated that the leaders of terrorist organizations in Libya started transporting fighters from Syria to Benghazi. Furthermore, the terrorists will move soon to Sudan and Chad. This brewing scourge is the result of the failure of the so-called Arab Spring in general, and the Libyan spring particularly. The implications of that would be disastrous for Sudan, Chad, and the Sahel-Sahara region as political analysts say. Moreover, the pariah regime of the National Congress Party (NCP) led by the war criminal fugitive Omer Hassan Ahmed al-Bashir in Khartoum has recently shipped loads of weapons, ammunition and military supplies to the so-called supporters of Sharia Movement, Ansar al-Sharia in Libya (ASL) or (Partisans of Islamic law – Sharia and other Islamic terrorist militias based in Benghazi in Libya. Moreover, newspaper quoted unnamed sources as saying that Abdel Hakim Belhaj himself travelled to Sudan for meetings with officials there to coordinate logistics for Qatari aid. Continue reading Implications of the Libyan Spring failure on Sudan, Chad and the Sahel-Sahara Region

My memories of Khartoum the Capital City of Sudan

My memories of Khartoum the Capital City of Sudan

By Mahmoud A. Suleiman

I am writing about the City of Khartoum from a very different perspective than the disastrous events and atrocities continued plaguing the people of Sudan in Darfur who have endured genocide, ethnic cleansing and other atrocities for over a decade and related to the issue/crisis of the region that I wrote about in my previous articles and books. Furthermore, I am not going to write about the deadly decisions taken from within the corridors of the successive governments based in Khartoum to produce the suffering for the people of Sudan, whether in the north, the south, east, center and west of the country. In a nutshell, I will be writing about unforgettable personal memories occurred during my presence in this great historic city!

 

The origin of the name Khartoum

 Opinions varied about the origin of the name Khartoum. three assumptions that people think behind the reasons of naming the capital of Sudan with the term Khartoum. Continue reading My memories of Khartoum the Capital City of Sudan

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