Sunday, June 30, 2019

#30June in Sudan : The protesters say they are here to stay

In case you do not know the Sudanese people are still protesting against the current ruling Transitional Military Council "TMC demanding a civil rule in Sudan and hundreds of thousands rocked the capital and other cities.
Protesters in Khartoum in the 30 June protests from men, women and children "AFP"
Protesters in Khartoum in the 30 June protests from men, women and children "AFP"
The photos speak about it themselves.

Khartoum protests on 30 June 2019 by Reuters
From Khartoum by Reuters, the temperature degree in the city was 39℃
Thousands protest in the heart of Khartoum on 30 June 2019 by Reuters
Thousands protest in the heart of Khartoum on 30 June 2019 by Reuters 
This photo was taken for protesters marching on one of
Khartoum's bridges on Sunday reminded people with the famous
28 January 2011 crossing of Kasr Al-Nil bridge in Egypt 
At least four people were killed in the peaceful protests by the hands of the security forces including a young man from Atbara called Khaled Said.
Late Sudanese Khaled Said from Atbara 
Yes, we share the same river and we got our own Khaled Said in Egypt and Sudan. I pray that their revolution does not share the same fate our revolution.

The TMC says that the protesters were shot by unknown snippers. I have heard about that before.

The 30 June 2019 marks the 30th anniversary of Omar al-Bashir’s coup in 1989.

It is worth to mention that most of the Sudanese regions still suffer from the lack of internet.
Those war criminals in TMC do not know that you do not actually need the internet to start a revolution. They do not read history.

In case you do not know, the Sudanese people represented by the Declaration of Freedom and Change and Sudanese Professions demand an immediate handover of power to a civilian government with no preconditions or delay as well as justice for the victims that fell on the hands of the militias in the past weeks.

On 3 June 2019, the Sudanese TMC committed a terrifying massacre that the Sudanese can’t forget or forgive yet the world does not care anymore of peaceful protesters being killed for their quest to democracy and freedom.
On Saturday, I read statements from TMC’s infamous war criminal Lt.General Mohamed Hamdan aka Hamditi threatening the protesters on 30 June 2019.
By the way, do you know that Hamditi hired a Canadian-based-PR company for $6 Million to lobby for him in Washington?
Now you know.
Back to the developments in our dear Southern country
On Sunday I am reading that the TMC is ready for talks once again.

There is an initiative proposed by Ethiopia and the African Union that was presented to both the TMC and protesters powers on Friday.
According to Reuters, the proposal speaks about a supervisory council to oversee the transitional period made from 7 civilians, 7 military and one independent member.

“A Civilian Cabinet Now and we won’t back off” chant those women protesters in Sudan on Sunday.
The thing is that the people are furious from the military for real after that awful massacre earlier this month. They have not forgotten already, till last week the bodies of the protests thrown into the Nile are still found here and there.  

“Blood for blood, we won’t accept compensation” chant the protesters in Khartoum, Sudan on Sunday.

Ethiopia-AU mediation is more welcomed in Sudan by revolutionary forces than the League of Arab states’ meditation. 
Egypt chairs the African Union this year.

Personally and for the sake of the Egyptian national security, I believe Egypt should stand with the Sudanese people’s demands and stop supporting those corrupted military war criminals who are also supported by Islamist powers.

Already there is a huge misunderstanding in Egypt that the Sudanese army is radical-Islamist-free which is untrue.

The Sudanese state installed by Omar al-Bashir is a mix of Islamists and military in the worst form of that unholy marriage.
This state is still alive and kicking.
I am also glad that the Sudanese people are learning from our mistakes back in Egypt.

Kudos for the hundreds of thousands who were not intimidated by Hamditi and kudos for the message they have sent on Sunday to the TMC and the whole world " We are here to stay".

May God bless the people of Sudan.

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