June 9, 2023

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Hamad bin Jassim reveals the reasons for Sudan’s wars… and appeals to the Arab League.

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (CNN) — Former Qatari Prime Minister Sheikh Hamad bin Jassim bin Jabr commented on the ongoing armed conflict in Sudan, saying it was “the result of biased advice and external interference,” culminating in the coup d’état against former Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir. ” , according to his explanation.

Violent clashes broke out on Saturday in various parts of the Sudanese capital Khartoum and other cities between Sudanese military forces and Rapid Support Forces led by the deputy head of the ruling Sovereign Council, General Muhammad Hamdan Tagalo. Hemety).

Bin Jassim tweeted on his official Twitter page, “What is happening in Sudan? Unfortunately, what is destroying Sudan today is nothing but the consequences of malicious advice and external interventions that culminated in the coup d’état against Al-Bashir, and the end of this dangerous situation that Sudan is experiencing.” ” Now”.

He added in another tweet: “We hope that the Sudanese and their armed forces will learn from the harsh reality in other countries that have resorted to arms to solve their crises and they want reason and logic to get out of this disaster. I expected the crisis to happen in the light of subsequent external developments and interventions.” He said.

And, “The Arabs and their league should be a lesson to what the African Union does when a similar thing happens in one of its countries, so it intervenes to resolve things peacefully, and I don’t rule out the African Union. The Arab League initiates such an intervention before it moves a finger.”

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He concluded: “Finally! A call to the Arab League. Will it effectively intervene to stop this expansion, which, if not stopped soon, will cause great loss not only to Sudan and the Sudanese. To all Arabs? What we hope is that the desired intervention will not be a mere verbal statement.” “From the League’s representatives, but rather the active Arab force that will go to Khartoum and oversee the ceasefire,” he said.