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Rod Reuven Dovid Bryant and Jerry Gordon interview former Chadian Lt. General Abakar M. Abdallah, a native of Darfur and Chairman of Sudan United Movement. He is the co-author of “Genocide in Sudan: Caliphate Threatens Africa and the World” with Gordon and colleague Deborah Martin. He is also an expert in counterterrorism and graduate of both the US Army Intelligence and Security School and the US Army War College. He was the founding commander of the Pan-Sahel Intelligence Unit based in Chad.
Abdallah reveals the brutal extent of the suppression of daily protests in Khartoum and through major cities in Sudan by the Islamist militias of the 30-year reign of dictator President Omar al-Bashir who seized power in 1989 in a military coup. The causes Abdallah of the current mass protests were first the high price of bread, unemployment, and the denial of withdrawal of funds in banks. These protests have morphed into cries of freedom, justice and regime change.
Bashir and leaders of the National Congress Parry/Muslim Brotherhood Regime was indicted in 2009 and 2010 for committing genocide in Darfur, through attacks by the Jihadist Rapid Support Force and Janjaweed militia. They and their families are recruited from Islamist terrorist groups in the Sahel region of Africa and the Middle East given arms, training and Sudan nationality. The genocide and ethnic cleansing directed at the indigenous African people in Darfur, South Kordofan and Blue Nile region. It is based on an Arab Coalition Plan that originated with the late Libyan dictator Gaddafi the purpose of which was to replace indigenous Africans with Arab tribes. Bashir gave shelter to Osama bin Laden and Al Qaeda and had a long-term relation with Shi’ite Iran that trained terrorist groups for Sudan. He transshipped weapons to Hamas and other terrorist groups. Abdallah estimated that in Darfur alone, more than 600,000 have been killed, 5 million internally displaced to UNAMID caps and several hundred thousand have fled to UNHCR camps in adjacent Chad and Central African Republic. Despite the lifting of the US economic sanctions of 1997 in October 2017 by President Trump, genocide in Sudan continues unabated said Abdallah. Abdallah is convinced that without help from the West – the US, France, and potentially Israel – Bashir will maintain his brutal control in Sudan, while sending a jihadist army to overthrow adjacent countries like Chad, Central African Republic and Libya. He suggests that these actions justify continuing Bashir’s Sudan as a US designated state supporter of terrorism. That drew the conversation to recent French attacks in northern Chad on convoys of weaponized pickup trucks of Chadian rebels of the Union of Resistance Forces backed, funded and equipped by Qatar and Bashir. It is illustrative of the Muslim Brotherhood alliance support, that includes Erdogan’s Turkey granted the right to develop a naval base on the Red Sea in Sudan. Abdallah discussed the recent rise of the Islamic State of West Africa Province in the Lake Chad area that has become a threat to Chad, Nigeria, Central African Republic and Cameroon. Hence, the tag line from the book “Genocide in Sudan- Caliphate threatens Africa and the World”.

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