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Sudan: Qatar is behind the attack on the Saudi Arabia, UAE,and Egypt
Sudanese politicians, journalists, and activists accused Qatar of being behind what they considered the "fabricated" attack on the politics of Saudi Arabia, the UAE, and Egypt

Sudan: Qatar is behind the attack on the Saudi Arabia, UAE, and Egypt

Sudanese politicians, journalists, and activists accused Qatar of being behind what they considered the “fabricated” attack on the politics of Saudi Arabia, the UAE, and Egypt in Sudan. They considered that this media escalation behind it and is being fueled by suspicious parties under false and misleading claims.

Salah Jalal, Information Secretary of the Sudan Call Forces, said, “The attempt to be drawn behind the attack on Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Egypt is a losing adventure, and no political forces in Sudan should be dragged behind it,” all that has been done by tens of Sudanese, in front of the embassies of Arab countries. In western capitals does not serve the interests of the Sudanese people, warning that Sudan’s interests are affected by such foolish stances, as well as the loss of a key partner for development in Sudan.

The Sudanese journalist, Adel Hamad, assured Al-Ittihad that this noise towards Egypt, the Emirates, and Saudi Arabia is not in the interest of Sudan, nor does it reflect the broad trend in the Sudanese people who fully understands the depth of ties, historical relations, and geostrategic interests with its brothers in the past, present, and future.

Hamad added that this noise from a small, irresponsible minority indicates that this trend is similar to the foolish decision of the isolated Sudanese President, Omar al-Bashir, to stand in the negative position about the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait.

The Sudanese journalist emphasized that the relations with the three countries cannot be compromised and that the extremists’ attitudes towards them will not last long.

The Sudanese activist, Mohamed Adel, told Al-Ittihad that the Qatari regime stands behind these suspicious campaigns, through a proxy war, which takes Sudan as a platform against the Arab Quartet.

The Sudanese citizen, Musa Mohamed, says: “We must act wisely and consciously because impulsiveness and recklessness are doomed to failure, and no hostility should be created between the forces of the revolution and the three countries, and we should ensure good-neighborly relations with these countries important to Sudan, stressing that there are those who are trying to provoke The temptation between Sudan and its brothers.

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