Although the Islamists in Sudan have ruled the country for nearly three decades, their experience was mostly reflective of the nature of the confrontation with the international system, which has and still has reservations about including political Islam in the government.
But now that the experience of the Islamists in Sudan has ended, this allows for re-reading and contemplation of the experience, and there is no way closer to knowing the secrets and trends of the Sudanese Islamic movement and more honest than reading the experiences and theses of its leaders.. and this is what the leader in it did Dr. Amin Hassan Omar, in a series of articles in which he records the biography of the leadership of the Islamic movement in Sudan, published by him “Arabic 21” In conjunction with its publication on his personal page on the social networking site “Facebook” in the context of deepening the discussion not only about the experiences of Islamists in governance, but also in the search for the relationship of religion and the state.
Abdullah Hassan Ahmed.. I am of Islamic origin and orientation
Abdullah Hassan Ahmed was born in the village of Al-Hasaya, near Al-Damer, from a family that belongs to the Jaaliis by ethnicity and to the Mujadhib in the way. Al-Majzoub is one of the leaders of the Mahdiyya, and he remained loyal to it even after the killing of Mahmoud and Ahmed to the Ja`alites.
The family of Abdullah Hassan Ahmed was known for being religious and virtuous among the Jaalis. Abdullah studied the primary school in Al-Amr, then the middle school in Al-Obeid, then Khor Taqat Secondary School, then joined in 1963 at the University of Khartoum and graduated in 1963 and was chosen as an assistant lecturer at the university and was sent to the Netherlands in 1965. He obtained a master’s degree from Taft University in the Netherlands and then worked in the field of water supply until the year 1978 Founded and served as deputy director of the Islamic Insurance Company upon its founding, which was the first Islamic insurance company worldwide.
In 1983 he worked as a director of the Islamic Investment Company. Then he worked as Deputy Director General of Faisal Islamic Bank from 1985 to 1990. After the rescue, he was chosen as Minister of Finance in 1993, then Governor of the Central Bank of Sudan in 1996, Minister of International Cooperation and Investment in 1998, and then Minister of the Cabinet Ministry in the year 2000, from which he resigned after the separation and assumed the position of Deputy The Secretary-General of the People’s Congress until his death Less than a month after the death of the Secretary-General, Dr. Hassan al-Turabi.
Abdullah Hassan Ahmed was an active leading member of the Islamic movement since he graduated from the university. He became a member of the collective leadership in 1963. He also took the position of Acting Secretary-General when the leaders were arrested after 1975 until the reconciliation. He remained a member of the leadership in the National Islamic Front and was one of the most active leaders after the rescue. . May God have mercy on Abdullah Hassan Ahmed and do good to him many times over what he strove and worked hard to support religion, Sharia and creed, and he left his fans and brothers well behind for the best predecessor.
Source: عربي21 by arabi21.com.
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