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03-14-2020, 11:18 PM
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I couldn't find stronger words to condemn the crime of the Assassination Attempt of the Sudanese Pr

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    I couldn't find stronger words to condemn the crime of the Assassination Attempt of the Sudanese Prime Minister Doctor Abdalla Hamdouk
    من الصعب جدا العثور على عبارات مناسبة للغاية لإدانة جريمة محاولة اغتيال رئيس الوزراء السوداني الدكتور عبد الله حمودوك
    By Mahmoud A. Suleiman
    This article comes against the backdrop of the very unfamiliar event in the Sudanese society through the decades and ages, that is the reprehensible crime of trying to assassinate the Prime Minister of Sudan for the transitional period. It is really difficult and very hard to find the suitable phrases to condemn the crime of the assassination attempt of the Sudanese Prime Minister Doctor Abdalla Hamdouk on Monday 9 March 2020 in the capital Khartoum. Thank God, he has escaped unharmed from a blast targeting his convoy as it moved through the capital Khartoum on Monday, officials and media said. The following statement was attributed to Prime Minister Abdullah Hamdouk, after his safety from the failed assassination attempt: “Rest assured that what happened today will not stand in the way of our transition, instead it is an additional push to the wheel of change in Sudan”. pic.twitter.com/zeC2A4k2N0
    These are Not Normal Times; they are life changing life threatening eras for Sudan and its citizens especially with the COVID 19 Pandemic along with heinous crime of the assassination attempt of the Prime Minister Doctor Abdalla Hamdok by possible suspect of the remnants of the ousted regime of the deposed genocidal dictator Omer Hassan Ahmed al-Bashir whose legacy represented in the hardship of living and the scarcity of resources which inherited by the people of Sudan from the former National Congress Party (NCP) regime, the corrupt fraudulent. As the narrative goes, Leaders will always have rebels. Some oppose their views while the rest oppose their acts. It is never easy being a leader, especially when you are under the spotlight and judged for every single step you take. Without any doubt, this statement applies in the case of the Sudanese Prime Minister Abdullah Hamdok.
    The terrorist attempt to assassinate the Prime Minister of Sudan, Dr. Abdullah Hamdouk, is undoubtedly a treachery operation carried out by the remnants of the defunct regime that has been falsely related to Islam, the true religion far from such criminal acts. The Sudanese people need vigilance to confront these unspeakable crimes that have not previously occurred in Sudan. Uprooting the Deep State of the ousted regime of Deposed Génocidaire Omer Hassan Ahmed al-Bashir who is the accursed of mentioning his name and his rule, described as deep autocratic State that unfortunately continues to haunt the Sleep and wake of the Sudanese people For more months to come. As is well known, evil is rooted in the hearts of the followers of the Muslim Brotherhood Movement (MBM) of the Freemasonry, which is originally a mysterious formation far from the religion of Islam, such as the distance of the Earth from Heaven - So to speak.
    Islam is the religion of love, humanity, and distance from vices, and it is the religion of peace as indicated by its name, ISLAM, meaning PEACE. Islam is a word derived from peace, and peace is one of the names of God Almighty and His beautiful attributes of peace. https://www.google.com/search؟q=%D8%A7%D9%84%D8%A7%D8%B3%D9%...ceid=chromeandie=UTF-8
    At this juncture, one seems to have found the following statements about the assassination attempts or carrying out the assassination of figures and dignitaries of countries in history that fit with the subject of the assassination attempt of Dr. Abdullah Hamdock, the Sudanese Transposal Prime Minister who is an individual much cherished by the Revolutionary Sudanese public. That subject comes under the title: 9 Infamous Assassins and the World Leaders They Dispatched. https://www.britannica.com/list/9-us-presidents-with-the-most-vetoeshttps://www.britannica.com/list/9-us-presidents-with-the-most-vetoes

    Some of the world leaders who have been the victims of assassinations, including the following list:
    John F. Kennedy and Lee Harvey Oswald; John F. Kennedy was the 35th president of the United States (1961–63), who faced a number of foreign crises, especially in Cuba and Berlin, but managed to secure such achievements as the Nuclear Test-Ban Treaty and the Alliance for Progress. He was assassinated while riding in a motorcade in Dallas.
    Abraham Lincoln and John Wilkes Booth; Abraham Lincoln was 16th president of the United States (1861–65), who preserved the Union during the American Civil War and brought about the emancipation of the slaves.
    Martin Luther King and James Earl Ray; Martin Luther King, Jr. was a Baptist minister and social activist who led the civil rights movement in the United States from the mid-1950s until his death by assassination in 1968.
    Archduke Franz Ferdinand and Gavrilo Princip; Francis Ferdinand was an Austrian archduke whose assassination was the immediate cause of World War I.
    Mohandas “Mahatma” Gandhi and Nathuram Godse; Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was a leader of the Indian nationalist movement against British rule, and was considered to be the father of his country.
    William McKinley and Leon Czolgosz; William McKinley was the 25th president of the United States (1897–1901). Under McKinley’s leadership, the United States went to war against Spain in 1898 and thereby acquired a global empire, including Puerto Rico, Guam, and the Philippines.
    James Garfield and Charles J. Guiteau; James A. Garfield was the 20th president of the United States (March 4–September 19, 1881), who had the second shortest tenure in presidential history.
    Indira Gandhi and Rajiv Gandhi (mother and son prime ministers) and Conspirators. Indira Gandhi served as prime minister of India for three consecutive terms (1966–77) and a fourth term from 1980 until she was assassinated in 1984.
    Other infamous Assassins in history include the Assassins of the Nizari Isma'ili sect who lived in the mountains of Persia and Syria between 1090 and 1275. During that time, the sect spread terror throughout the Middle East through the covert murder of first Muslim, and later Christian, leaders. https://www.google.com/search؟q=who+are+the+assassinsandoq=who...ceid=chromeandie=UTF-8
    Famous assassination crimes in Egypt include: the Assassination of the Egyptian Prime Minister Mahmoud Fahmy El- Nuqrashi Pasha Less than three weeks after activities against the Muslim Brotherhood Movement (MBM). Nuqrashi Pasha was gunned down by Abdel Magid Ahmed Hassan, who was a veterinary student at the University of King Fouad1; he was a member of the Muslim Brotherhood Movement. The slaying occurred on 28 December 1948 at 10:00 am. His assassination in turn led to the assassination of Hasan Al Banna on 12 February 1949, a month and a half later, though Banna had condemned the assassination as a terrorist act incompatible with Islam. https://peoplepill.com/people/mahmoud-an-nukrashi-pasha/https://peoplepill.com/people/mahmoud-an-nukrashi-pasha/
    Moreover, the assassination of Anwar Sadat occurred on 6 October 1981. Muhammed Anwar al-Sadat, the President of Egypt, was assassinated during the annual victory parade held in Cairo to celebrate Operation Badr, during which the Egyptian Army had crossed the Suez Canal and taken back a small part of the Sinai Peninsula from Israel at the beginning of the Yom Kippur War. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Assassination_of_Anwar_Sadat

    9 Arab politicians were assassinated and they were the following:
    https://stepfeed.com/these-9-arab-politicians-were-assassinated-8304
    Mahmoud El Nuqrashi Pasha; Mahmoud Fahmy El-Nuqrashi Pasha (1888-1948)‎‎ was an Egyptian political figure who twice served as the Prime Minister of what was then the Kingdom of Egypt.
    Concerned with the Muslim Brotherhood's popularity and a coup against the royal family and the government, El-Nokrashy Pasha blacklisted the movement.
    His stance against the group led to his assassination on 28 December 1948, by Abdel Meguid Ahmed Hassan - a 21- year-old veterinary student and a member of the Brotherhood.
    King Faisal II of Iraq; King Faisal II (1935-1958) was the last Hashemite king of Iraq at only four years of age, following the death of his father in a car accident.
    At 18 he would take the throne only to lose it in a bloody coup d'état on 14 July 1958, which came in light of dwindling military support, flagrant British meddling and a rise in Arab nationalism.
    Insurgents led by Captain Abdul Sattar Sabaa Al-Ibousi took over the royal palace in Baghdad that day, killing Faisal II, members of the royal family, and several subjects.
    King Faisal bin Abdulaziz of Saudi Arabia; Faisal bin Abdulaziz Al Saud (1906-1975) was the third king of Saudi Arabia.
    On 25 March 1975, King Faisal was shot point-blank and killed by his half-brother's son, Prince Faisal bin Musaid.
    One of the several theories surrounding the murder of the king was avenging the death of the assassin's brother, Prince Khalid bin Musaid - who was killed by a policeman in a protest against King Faisal's modernization reforms.
    Anwar Sadat of Egypt; Sadat watching the military parade a few seconds before his assassination Source: James History
    Muhammad Anwar el-Sadat (1918-1981) was the third President of Egypt. In 1979, he visited Israel and signed the Camp David Accords, which ended a 31-year war between the two countries.
    Widely seen as a betrayal to Gamal Abdel Nasser's pan-Arabism, the treaty was and remains extremely unpopular in most of the Arab World.
    On 6 October 1981, Sadat was shot dead by assassins posing as soldiers during a parade to mark Egypt’s 1973 war with Israel
    Mohamed Boudiaf; One of the founders of the revolutionary National Liberation Front (FLN) - which led the Algerian War of Independence - Mohamed Boudiaf (1919-1992) accepted the invitation of the Algerian military to become the chairman of the High Council of State (HCE).
    Ahmed Yassin was a Palestinian imam, politician, and founder of Hamas; Ahmed Yassin (1937-2004) was a Palestinian imam, politician, and founder of Hamas.
    He was known for providing social services, establishing hospitals, schools, and libraries.
    On March 22, 2004, Yassin was killed in an Israeli airstrike when a missile was fired at him as he was being escorted on his wheelchair from early morning prayers.
    Refik Al Hariri; Rafik Baha El Deen Al Hariri (1944-2005) was the Prime Minister of Lebanon from 1992 to 1998, and again from 2000 until he resigned in 2004. He is widely credited for reconstructing post-war Beirut.
    Hariri was assassinated on 14 February 2005 when a truck bomb with a ton of explosives detonated as his motorcade drove past the St. George Hotel.
    Assef Shawkat; Assef Shawkat (1950-2012) was the Syrian deputy Minister of Defense from September 2011 until his death in July 2012.
    On 18 July 2012, Shawkat attended a meeting of the military crisis unit at the headquarters of The Syrian National Security Council in the Rawda Square of Damascus.
    Chokri Belaïd; Chokri Belaïd (1964-2013) was a prominent Tunisian lawyer, influential politician, and opposition leader of the left-secular Democratic Patriots' Movement.
    Belaïd was a vocal critic of the Ben Ali regime prior to the 2011 Tunisian revolution and of the Islamist-led Tunisian government afterward.
    On 6 February 2013, as Belaïd was leaving his house, he was shot in the head and chest allegedly by Kamel Gaghgadhi.



    Dr. Mahmoud A. Suleiman is an author, columnist and a blogger. His blog is http://thussudan.wordpress.com/http://thussudan.wordpress.com/
































                  

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