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Sudan is a very fragile country in africa which is going through a transitional period right now after toppling a dictator who has ruled the country for 3 decades. This dictator has driven the country to ruins, and now we have a debt of over 60 billion USD. I'm bearing it right now but there are many starving and dying people out there. About life conditions, Electricity being out is more common than actually having electricity, gasoline is virtually non existent, fuel for generators (People who can afford one generally get one to deal with the power outages) is also virtually non existent, our government is neither a dictatorship, monarchy, democracy, or whatever. It is something between but (hopefully) heading to democracy. Bakeries have lines which can go on for 12 hours. If you get bread in 3 hours you're considered lucky. This probably seems like something weird to people in more developed countries like the US or anywhere in europe, but internet here is limited. Y... keep reading on reddit ➡
I know its not my fault or the citizens of Sudan's fault (since the overwhelming majority were strictly opposed to this) but I cant help but to apologise on behalf of my terrible government that have betrayed the Palestinian cause.
Not to defend our actions, but the US essentially blackmailed us to create relations with Israel in order to remove us of their terror list.
Regardless, I would rather live in struggle than to side with the oppressors.
Love from 🇸🇩
In mid-November, Russian President Vladimir Putin issued a decree approving his government's proposal to establish a naval facility on Sudan's Red Sea coast.
The naval logistics base will house more than 300 military and civilian personnel as well as up to four warships, including vessels with nuclear propulsion.
The facility near Port Sudan will be the first Russian military base in Africa and only the second naval base outside of the former Soviet Union, after Tartus in Syria.
Although Moscow has issued assurances that the new logistics centre would be defensive in nature and built with the purpose of maintaining peace and stability in the region, it is expecte... keep reading on reddit ➡
He is right. We don't have racism in Sudan by the definition given that 90 percent of the Sudanese population regardless of their tribal affliction is black, we suffer from an issue of colourism and self hatred. Sudanese people and society have delusionally believed that anyone in Sudan who is light skinned black is "Arab" and not sub Saharan African, and anybody who has dark skin like a South Sudanese person is aswad and is Black African. He summed up this issue very well in this video