Since 1989, the Sudanese regional politics has been shifted since 1989, when some fundamentalist gangs in the army led a coup against the warped democratic government of the "Ansar" and "Khatimyah" sects.
The two sects had been in power leading the coalition governments of the Sudanese Sectarian Parties every time and then since the independence of the country from Britain in 1956.
At that time the leaders of these two sects were the first Sudanese aristocrats to appear in the country. Then the aristocratic governments naturally turned into capitalism.
Are the Sudanese people aware of this?
Did they know the goals of the "Asyad" / masters in Sudan?
The military had previously led a coup to overthrow the government of the two sects in 1969 and Jafar al Numeri assumed power. He was then influenced by the Muslim Brothers who planed the second coup later in 1989 to shift to the Islamic Sharia laws in 1983.
The brave Sudanese people that time revolted because of his political crimes and the economical deterioration accompanied by corruption and caused his government to fall in April 1984.
But, unfortunately the army interfered in the uprising of the people to form a transitional government and prepare for another corrupted elections to bring the same sects of "Ansar" and "Khatimyah" to power, so they could overthrow them in the future by another severe coup.
Since then, the leaders of the Muslim Brothers of Sudan have not rest. They worked hard secretly and planned under the ground to come to power again in a different way in 1989. They did that although they had their party leading the Sudanese Opposition in the Sudanese Parliament.
Terrorism was and still one of their plans. They planned for terrorism acts against the Sudanese people and the people in other countries in the Horn of Africa, when they used to assemble with other international terrorists in what they call Mecca Conferences, which led to the organization of the terror groups in Afghanistan.
The regional politics of terrorism has been run since that date not only in Sudan, but in other states in Africa, the Middle East, Asia and other Islamic countries southeast of Asia.
Nowadays, the Sudanese military religious regime plays the principle role to carry on this policy of terrorism and export it to the neighboring countries in the Horn of Africa.
The Sudanese Dictatorial Regimes lead the Sudanese regional politics and continue to contribute to the Horn of Africa's regional politics in spite of the conspiracies of the regime against the leaders in the other neighboring countries.
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- When the Eritrean President, Isaias Afwerki and the Prime Minister of Ethiopia, Meles Zenawi tried to convince the Sudanese dictator Omer Al basher in Mekelle in Ethiopia on 1994 to align himself from the National Islamic Front (NIF) and of course from the fundamentalists, they did not know that the Sudanese dictator is one of them.
They knew of course that he led the NIF's coup. But, they might have been hoping that this military officer would change his skin. They did not know the type of the conspiring mentality of the Muslim Brothers of Sudan.
They also did not know that this organization is inspired by the satan itself to maintain strong grassroots of network to remain in power for a long time and then extend the grassroots of this network in other states in the Horn of Africa and beyond that across Somalia and Yemen to many states in Asia.
But, after that the leader of the dictatorial regime in Sudan has not slept a night with the other leaders of the Muslim Brothers of Sudan. They began to think of ways to break the unity between the Eritrean government and the Ethiopian government.
They thought that conspiracies are better to destroy the Eritrean and Ethiopian unity against them. Since Eritrea is not weak and it is a revolutionary state that achieved the independence from Ethiopia, then Ethiopia could be a good target.
Therefore, they supported Ethiopia when Meles Zenawi led the war against Eritrea. They in fact played the principle role to convince Meles to crash Isaias Afwerki.
They filled Meles Zenawi's head by the Ethiopian dreams to get Eritrea back and supported him when his troops broke in inside the Sudanese territories to encircle the Eritrean troops from all sides, crash them and then throw Isaias Afewrki into the Red Sea.
Maybe the American Administration knows better. So, they wanted to track the nets of the fundamentalists that cover this area and extend to Afghanistan according to the American plans to move the war against terror in the area.
But, here too... the Muslim Brothers of Sudan has their hands in this dirty game. They have forgotten that they have been growing since the 1940s supported by capitalism in the west to stop the movement of the communist parties in Africa and the Middle East during the Cold War.
The South Sudan has been a real problem for the Muslim Brothers of Sudan. It has been in fact the focus since the first days the NIF led the army coup.
The coup itself has been planned to crash the peace accord with the southern Sudan one party in the warped democratic government has achieved with the SPLM to preserve the unity of the country.
"So, just get rid of this south and let us move with our Islamic scheme to cover other states with great numbers of Muslims in the Horn of Africa and work from within to overthrow their governments and bring our people in these lands to rule".
This is their plan.
They prove that they lead the business of politics well through comprehensive organizational work supported by their Islamic banks and other political systems in the Arabian / Persian Gulf, so they could all share the fruits of the capitalist policy they run.
So, the Sudanese regional politics serves the goals of the Muslim Brother of Sudan and maintain not only the unity of their cadres inside Sudan, but also their hands in the other states in the Horn of Africa and beyond.
** Well, Arabic readers read the Arabic pages below on the Arabic HOA Political Scene.
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In addition to the Sudanese regional politics, you may also be interested in the following site maps in the HOA Political Scene Network:
The Sudanese Primary Site Maps:
Primary site map 7 A, Sudan.
Primary site map 7 B, Sudanese Political Articles.
Primary site map 7 C, Sudanese Arabic Political Articles.
Primary site map 7 D, Sudanese Economical Forums.
Primary site map 7 E, Sudanese Cultural Forums.
Primary site map 7 F, Sudanese Forum.
Primary site map 7 G, Sudanese Forums.
Primary site map 7 H, Sudanese Regional Politics.
The Sudanese Secondary Site Maps:
Secondary site map 21 A, Write about Sudan.
Secondary site map 21 B, Comments on Sudan.
Secondary site map 21 C, Sudan Online.
Secondary site map 21 D, Sudanese Online.
Secondary site map 21 E, Sudanese Regimes' Political Crimes.
HOA's Primary Site Maps:
HOA PoliticalScene Site Map 1: Horn of Africa.
HOA PoliticalScene Site Map 2: Djibouti.
HOA PoliticalScene Site Map 3: Eritrea.
HOA PoliticalScene Site Map 4: Ethiopia.
HOA PoliticalScene Site Map 5: Kenya.
HOA PoliticalScene Site Map 7: Sudan.
HOA PoliticalScene Site Map 8: Uganda.
HOA PoliticalScene Site Map 9: Chad.
HOA PoliticalScene Site Map 10: DRC.
HOA PoliticalScene Site Map 11: Political Site Map.
HOA PoliticalScene Site Map 12: Political Section.
HOA PoliticalScene Site Map 13: Humanitarian Network.
HOA PoliticalScene Site Map 14: Political Sense Journal.
HOA's Secondary Site Maps:
HOA Political Scene Site Map 15: Write about HOA.
HOA Political Scene Site Map 16: Write about Djibouti.
HOA Political Scene Site Map 17: Write about Eritrea.
HOA Political Scene Site Map 18: Write about Ethiopia.
HOA Political Scene Site Map 19: Write about Kenya.
HOA Political Scene Site Map 20: Write about Somalia.
HOA Political Scene Site Map 21: Write about Sudan.
HOA Political Scene Site Map 22: Write about Uganda.
HOA Political Scene Site Map 23: Write about Chad.
HOA Political Scene Site Map 24: Write about DRC.
HOA Political Scene Site Map 25: Readers Write Good.
HOA Political Scene Site Map 26: Readers Write Comments.
HOA Political Scene Site Map 27: Readers Read Good.
HOA Political Scene Site Map 28: Comments.
HOA Political Scene Site Map 29: Readers Comment.
HOA Newsletter's Site Maps:
HOA PoliticalScene Site Map 30, Horn of Africa's Newsletters.
HOA PoliticalScene Site Map 31, Horn of Africa's Bulletins.
HOA PoliticalScene Site Map 32, Horn of Africa's Ezines.
HOA PoliticalScene Site Map 33, Horn of Africa's Political Newsletters.
Eritrean Site Maps:
Primary Site Map 3 A, Eritrea.
Primary Site Map 3 B, Eritrean Political Articles.
Primary Site Map 3 C, Eritrean Forums Online.
Primary Site Map 3 D, Eritreans Write Online.
Primary Site Map 3 E, Eritreans Love Commentaries.
Primary Site Map 3 F, Eritrean Political Comments.
Primary Site Map 3 G, Eritrean Humanitarian Topics.
Secondary Site Map 17, Write about Eritrea.
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