The fingerprints of Sisi and “Abu Dhabi” are clear in the cumulative coup in Sudan – Freedom and Justice Gate

Sudanese thinker d. Taj Al-Sir Othman said that the fingerprints of the Emirates are clear in the coup of Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, the head of the Sovereign Council, which turned against President Omar Al-Bashir.
And he considered on Twitter that this confirms that this lost statelet does not target a particular current for ideological reasons or the like, but rather has a problem with the will of the peoples and plays a functional role to tear Arab countries apart and make puppets pawns against their homelands and their nation.

The role of Egypt and the UAE

A report by the British Guardian newspaper said that “there are credible reports that Egypt and the United Arab Emirates supported the direction of the Sudanese armed forces.”
The Guardian published an analysis of commentator Peter Beaumont, in which he questioned the existence of Emirati-Egyptian support for the military coup carried out by the Sudanese army on Monday, October 25, 2021.
It was quoted by Theodore Murphy, director of the Africa program at the European Council on Foreign Relations, who suggested that the army moved for fear of weakening it, and that its move had the support of foreign countries that Murphy did not mention, even if Beaumont saw it as Cairo and Abu Dhabi.

Expansion of violence
Following the Egyptian pattern in the bloody suppression of peaceful demonstrations since the 2013 coup, the Guardian analysis expected the possibility of an expansion of violence in the escalating crisis in Sudan, adding that the demonstrations began and there are expectations of confrontations between supporters of the civilian component and those pushed by a mixture of support for the Sudanese armed forces and armed movements.
He stressed the likelihood of new unrest in the coming weeks, as supporters of democracy and supporters of civilian rule will try to take to the streets and the army’s attempts to crush the revolution,
And he added, it is clear that the pro-civilian movement is still important and is convinced, no matter how much the armed forces assert that what happened is a coup, noting that in this case international support and financial aid, which are important to maintain and recover the Sudanese economy, especially in the midst of the epidemic.
He stressed that the international partners would then quickly withdraw support if the army seized power.

feel the pulse of the street

On the other hand, a report by the French newspaper Liberation pointed out that “the coup attempt that Sudan witnessed on September 21 is an experimental stage to see how the Sudanese street will react, according to Liberation, which explained that the Sudanese military are supported by Egypt, which is ruled by an iron fist. A military man, as well as the UAE and Saudi Arabia.

Liberation indicated that Cairo, Abu Dhabi and Riyadh strongly oppose the success of Sudanese democracy, as Egypt does not accept that this country becomes more independent, and considers the military system to be the best, while the Saudis and Emiratis want to make Sudan a country that can be invested in, especially in agriculture and mineral exploitation to cross a path. After oil, they believe that the military in power will be at their mercy if their money flows to Khartoum.

The French newspaper expected that Turkey and Russia would intervene on the Sudanese line, and that the expected scene would turn anti-Western in Sudan, which is the centerpiece of the African chessboard, especially since Khartoum recognized the Zionist entity at the request of former US President Donald Trump.
Liberation did not exclude the Sudanese street and questioned its rationale in the scene and said, “Does the street succeed in resisting these soldiers?” She explained that in addition to simple tweets of solidarity with the civilian authority, Western countries still have levers or special economic influence tools, which must be activated if these countries want The West avoided seeing Sudan, the strategic country in East Africa, which had fallen back into the hands of the army.

A history of coups
Liberation editorial, I talked about the long history of Sudan and an extended series of coups and civil wars, and that the battles between factions and ethnic groups, religious wars and chronic misery are the share of the Sudanese, and the independence of South Sudan in 2011, which should have brought some semblance of peace to the region, did not Comes with anything new.

Liberation indicated that the Military Sovereignty Council and the civilian component, which is responsible for leading the democratic transition that began in 2019, after thirty years of Omar al-Bashir’s dictatorship, had promised to revive the economy, especially by negotiating debt relief, but these promises remained ink on liking.

She pointed to the increasing misery of the economic situation during the transitional period, which made most Sudanese feel disappointed about the transitional period and the inability of civilians to get along with each other and improve their living conditions.
She added that the government has failed to secure peace in the Nuba Mountains and outlying areas, where there are still massacres and conflicts. It is more about resentment against civilians than love for the army.


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