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MB Fears Sudan May Meet The Same Fate Of Iraq & Palestine
MB Fears Sudan May Meet The Same Fate Of Iraq & Palestine
The Muslim Brotherhood issued a statement on September 7, 2006, warning of the US threats to Sudan. The group said that while a significant progress has been made in resolving the crisis in Darfur, with the Sudanese government concluding the Abuja ceasefire agreement with rebels and steps taken to relocate the war torn civilian refugees; the US and its allies led Security Council into issuing a resolution ordering the deployment of international forces in Darfur in place of the African Union forces, ignoring the Sudanese government stance on this sensitive issue.
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The Muslim Brotherhood issued a statement on September 7, 2006, warning of the US threats to Sudan. The group said that while a significant progress has been made in resolving the crisis in Darfur, with the Sudanese government concluding the Abuja ceasefire agreement with rebels and steps taken to relocate the war torn civilian refugees; the US and its allies led Security Council into issuing a resolution ordering the deployment of international forces in Darfur in place of the African Union forces, ignoring the Sudanese government stance on this sensitive issue. The statement said that in doing so, the US and its allies have caused more tensions in the region as a prelude to occupying it through the international forces, to eventually break up Sudan and lay their hands on the region’s resources foremost among which are oil and uranium.

”We support the Sudanese government in its rejection of this unjust resolution and we urge it to seek national reconciliation with all parties and political forces in Sudan” the MB statement said. It also spurred the Sudanese government to swiftly establish comprehensive peace in Darfur by securing justice and equity among all tribes and give utmost care to the reconstruction and development of the region. It also urged the government to return the refugees from the neighboring states and engage the townspeople in the political process to set the stage for a national unity capable of confronting domestic and foreign challenges.

The statement urged the Egyptian government to pay more attention toward the issue, saying that the crisis in Darfur can affect Egypt’s national security ” This makes it incumbent on Egypt to press for national reconciliation in Sudan, thus protecting the region . . . and preserving the integrity of  Sudan” the statement said. It also called on the Arab and Islamic states to be vigilant when facing the hidden risks lurking in the new Middle East scheme and its destructive impacts on the region.

tags: US Threats / Sudan / Darfur / Oil / Uranium / Political Forces / National Reconciliation / MB
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