Big news from Sudan

Good for them, they are progressing.

Shame our useless country will be left in the dust as usual. Continue fighting Alshabab for the next 100 years :wow:
 

Django

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No wonder Allah has made Erhiopians build the dam.
This guys will not get water to make alcohol,are they going to use their pee to make it?
 
Once you take religion from a country, it's over, goodbye to identity, to social cohesion, it's like the beginning of an end
Its a PR stunt. The new government in Sudan is trying to appease the liberal Jews in the congress in order to attract Western investors and to take Sudan off the SST list. @Asaana mentioned this point in another thread. Sudan is still deeply a religious and conservative country, and these law reforms will come back to haunt them. If North Sudan still had oil in the country or some other major natural resource that Western countries needed then they could tell them to fuck off and the new government wouldn't be pressured into making such law reforms. Look at Saudi Arabia or Qatar for example. They still have Sharia law in place in their own countries but Western governments do not go around telling them to change such laws or threaten them with economic sanctions because they have important oil reserves in their own countries that the West needs and in turn they use the West in order to make their countries richer.

Leaders in third world countries particularly in African countries have no solid backbone to tell Western governments to fuck off. But the Globalist liberal Jews in the west, have made it a policy to enforce their liberal/secular kafir agenda onto these poor religious and conservative countries in the third world through economic sanctions and political isolation tactics which multiple US administrations have done to Sudan for the past 30 years.

For example, many African countries are now legalizing homosexuality due to such economic and political pressure from the kafir West. Look at Angola for example. Homosexuality was banned in their country for over 133 years, and they then made it legal in 2019 and the same thing happened in Botswana too.


 
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No wonder Allah has made Erhiopians build the dam.
This guys will not get water to make alcohol,are they going to use their pee to make it?
The dam won't cut Sudan's water supply at all. Sudan actually has a surplus of water from the Nile as most of the country doesn't even live off it unlike Egypt.
 

Yahya

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What happens when you are so poor you have to depend on western countries to aid you. It will happen in somalia soon with these damn traitors that beg the IC and want to sell us cheap when we have tons of resources.
 
What happens when you are so poor you have to depend on western countries to aid you. It will happen in somalia soon with these damn traitors that beg the IC and want to sell us cheap when we have tons of resources.
This has nothing to do with wanting aid. We received the most aid when we were an Islamic military dictatorship in the late 80s.
 

sincity

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The dam won't cut Sudan's water supply at all. Sudan actually has a surplus of water from the Nile as most of the country doesn't even live off it unlike Egypt.
There were many attempts to irrigate the land surrounding the river but due to corruption it always failed but now Sudan is selling it off to Khaleejis and others so it will need the water to farming.
 
There were many attempts to irrigate the land surrounding the river but due to corruption it always failed but now Sudan is selling it off to Khaleejis and others so it will need the water to farming.
The land sold to khaleejis is in the middle of the desert not along the nile, and they source water from underground. Even if some projects use nile water the dam will simply stabilize Sudan's river flow.
 

sincity

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The land sold to khaleejis is in the middle of the desert not along the nile, and they source water from underground. Even if some projects use nile water the dam will simply stabilize Sudan's river flow.
I read somewhere that the Saudis were building canals from the Nile into the deserts I didn't know it had no effect.
 
I read somewhere that the Saudis were building canals from the Nile into the deserts I didn't know it had no effect.
The dam won’t affect sudan at all. It’ll impound water during the rainy season (July-September) and everything else is water that we never use so it ends up evaporating at lake Nasser.
 

Al Muslim

الموت لامريكا الموت لإسرائيل
First that degenerate Burhan meeting with netanyahu and now this?

This is the same government that massacred Sudanese people in the streets and now they are for human rights all of a sudden, disgusting hypocrites.
 
First that degenerate Burhan meeting with netanyahu and now this?

This is the same government that massacred Sudanese people in the streets and now they are for human rights all of a sudden, disgusting hypocrites.
The military and civilian factions have different interests. The military did the massacre and met with Israel while the civilian gov made these reforms.
 

Al Muslim

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The military and civilian factions have different interests. The military did the massacre and met with Israel while the civilian gov made these reforms.
At the end of the day the "civilian government" is controlled by the military and there is nothing they can do about it. Most Sudanese people were protesting in the first place because the price of bread was too high, not for some jewish social degeneracy to be pushed upon them.
 

Djokovic

Somali Arab
Its a PR stunt. The new government in Sudan is trying to appease the liberal Jews in the congress in order to attract Western investors and to take Sudan off the SST list. @Asaana mentioned this point in another thread. Sudan is still deeply a religious and conservative country, and these law reforms will come back to haunt them. If North Sudan still had oil in the country or some other major natural resource that Western countries needed then they could tell them to fuck off and the new government wouldn't be pressured into making such law reforms. Look at Saudi Arabia or Qatar for example. They still have Sharia law in place in their own countries but Western governments do not go around telling them to change such laws or threaten them with economic sanctions because they have important oil reserves in their own countries that the West needs and in turn they use the West in order to make their countries richer.

Leaders in third world countries particularly in African countries have no solid backbone to tell Western governments to fuck off. But the Globalist liberal Jews in the west, have made it a policy to enforce their liberal/secular kafir agenda onto these poor religious and conservative countries in the third world through economic sanctions and political isolation tactics which multiple US administrations have done to Sudan for the past 30 years.

For example, many African countries are now legalizing homosexuality due to such economic and political pressure from the kafir West. Look at Angola for example. Homosexuality was banned in their country for over 133 years, and they then made it legal in 2019 and the same thing happened in Botswana too.


What do you think will happen another revolution ?? Because I doubt the average Sudani supports this
 

Basra

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I would have liked the entire Sudan to be Muslims, but the reality, it is not. Therefore, a secular version of governing is needed to have separate state & religion. Like Sahaba Cumar ibn Khataab days when he went to Jerusalem. Really in essence, if Sudan Muslims were proper & faithful to Islam with example of Akhlaaq & Practice, Sudan non Muslims will convert voluntarily with the help of culture- Islam assimilation.
 

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