The Faculty of Sharia and Law of the University of the Holy Koran in Port Sudan dismissed four Darfur students on Sunday. The students were accused of instigating riots.
Speaking to Radio Dabanga, a student from the Holy Koran University in Port Sudan said that the dismissed students had submitted a memorandum to the University’s administration in March. In the memo, presented on behalf of the Association of Darfur Students, they demanded that an Islamist student should be held accountable for his abuse of Darfur students.
“In response to the memo, the university administration pledged to take measures against the Islamist, but the reverse happened. The four students who raised the memo were dismissed. Salaheldin El Nur Haroun and Suleiman Younes Ahmed Bushara were banned for two years, Mudasir Abakar Mohamed Adam and Ismail Ahmed Musa for one year.”
The student activist appealed to the University’s administration to reconsider its decision, as “they have not violated any university regulations, or committed any crime”.
Related:andnbsp;https://www.radiodabanga.org/node/81835‘Darfur Regional Authority closed door in our face’: studentsandnbsp;(13 October 2014)