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Former Qatari Prime Minister Sheikh Hamad bin Jassim al-Thani has accused Israel and an unnamed Arab country of plotting events in Sudan.
Sheikh Hamad said in two tweets on Twitter today, Friday, “What happened and is happening in Sudan is one of the first results of planning, coordination and cooperation between Israel and the Arab world, knowing that country, unfortunately. It changed its policy in the Western forums and started it. Now he is only interested in economics and development. “
Al-Thani continued: “However, my goal here is not to convey the message, but to respect and support the will of the people, not to interfere in the imposition of our policies whether we succeed or fail. Our beliefs in others.”
Although he did not name the Arab country he speaks of, Jasim’s speech is consistent with a significant reconciliation between Israel and the United Arab Emirates, which signed a peace agreement in September 2020 and intensified bilateral relations in several areas.
Sudan is embroiled in a new military coup after military chief Abdel Fattah al-Burhan announced the dissolution of the Sovereign Council and government after a majority of ministers and civil servants. Those in power were suspended, while international pressure mounted on the public to return to power.
The military sought to contain international criticism by sending one of its detainees, ousted Prime Minister Abdullah Hamdo, back to his home after Westerners and the United Nations called for his release.
But his office said he was still in “heavy custody” and that several ministers and political leaders were being held in unknown locations.
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