Sudan: Repression accompanies the deepening of the relationship with Israel, A delegation from the Mossad met with Al-Burhan and “Hemedti”

Sudan: Repression accompanies the deepening of the relationship with Israel...A delegation from the Mossad met with Al-Burhan and “Hemedti”  Khartoum : Repression and arrests continued against the resistance committees opposed to the coup in Sudan, yesterday, Wednesday, while the military leaders received an Israeli delegation that arrived in Khartoum, coinciding with the arrival of an American delegation to discuss with the Sudanese parties about the current crisis in the country and push the initiative of the UN mission for talks indirect. On the other hand, the commander of the Sudanese army, Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, announced yesterday, Wednesday, the assignment of the undersecretaries in charge of carrying out the duties of the ministers within the framework of a caretaker government to pave the way for holding the elections.  The Israeli delegation landed first at Sharm el-Sheikh airport in Egypt before arriving in the Sudanese capital, on an unannounced visit of a security nature. An informed source confirmed to "Al-Quds Al-Arabi" that the visit, which continues until this evening, came at the request of Israel, and that the Deputy Commander of the Rapid Support Forces, Abdel Rahim Dagalo, was in the reception of the Israeli Mossad delegation at Khartoum Airport in the middle of yesterday afternoon, after which he met the Army Commander Abdel-Fattah. Al-Burhan and his deputy, Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo, “Hemedti.” He stressed, without revealing his name, that a tripartite meeting between the leaders of the coup and the American and Israeli delegations will be held in the coming hours, to discuss security files.  Yesterday, Israeli media announced a visit by a delegation from the Mossad and IDF intelligence to Khartoum, while the Sudanese authorities kept the details of the visit secret, and did not reveal the duration or program of the visit. Meanwhile, the US delegation met with a number of civil parties, most notably the Sudanese Professionals Association and the Central Council of the Forces of Freedom and Change, and is expected to meet other civilian and military parties.  The Sudanese Professionals Association said, in a statement yesterday, that a delegation from the Professionals Association met yesterday with the visiting American delegation to Sudan, as part of the international efforts and efforts aimed at addressing the raging crisis created by the military coup on October 25, which aims to block the path to transformation. Civil and the democratic path of the Sudanese revolution.  The Washington delegation also met with the Central Council of the Forces of Freedom and Change. And the leader of the latter, Shehab El-Din Al-Tayeb, told Al-Quds Al-Arabi that the "Freedom and Change" forces assured Washington that they want to form an international mechanism that includes the Troika, the European Union, the African Union, and a number of countries friendly to Sudan to support the United Nations initiative.  According to Al-Tayeb, “Freedom and Change” confirmed to the American delegation its rejection of dialogue and partnership with the coup leaders. In addition, civil disobedience and road closures continued for a second day in the Sudanese capital, Khartoum, amid limited movement and the suspension of a large number of institutions and shops, while the authorities removed a number of barricades and arrested members of resistance committees. The sound of gunfire was heard in the Burri area, east of Khartoum, after which the resistance committee announced the arrest of four of its members and taken them to unknown destinations.  The “Sudan Doctors” committee also announced that one person had been shot dead by the forces of the Authority during the dismantling of barricades in the city of Omdurman, west of the capital.

Sudan: Repression accompanies the deepening of the relationship with Israel, A delegation from the Mossad met with Al-Burhan and “Hemedti”


Khartoum : Repression and arrests continued against the resistance committees opposed to the coup in Sudan, yesterday, Wednesday, while the military leaders received an Israeli delegation that arrived in Khartoum, coinciding with the arrival of an American delegation to discuss with the Sudanese parties about the current crisis in the country and push the initiative of the UN mission for talks indirect. 

On the other hand, the commander of the Sudanese army, Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, announced yesterday, Wednesday, the assignment of the undersecretaries in charge of carrying out the duties of the ministers within the framework of a caretaker government to pave the way for holding the elections.

The Israeli delegation landed first at Sharm el-Sheikh airport in Egypt before arriving in the Sudanese capital, on an unannounced visit of a security nature.

An informed source confirmed to "Al-Quds Al-Arabi" that the visit, which continues until this evening, came at the request of Israel, and that the Deputy Commander of the Rapid Support Forces, Abdel Rahim Dagalo, was in the reception of the Israeli Mossad delegation at Khartoum Airport in the middle of yesterday afternoon, after which he met the Army Commander Abdel-Fattah. Al-Burhan and his deputy, Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo, “Hemedti.”

He stressed, without revealing his name, that a tripartite meeting between the leaders of the coup and the American and Israeli delegations will be held in the coming hours, to discuss security files.

Yesterday, Israeli media announced a visit by a delegation from the Mossad and IDF intelligence to Khartoum, while the Sudanese authorities kept the details of the visit secret, and did not reveal the duration or program of the visit.
Meanwhile, the US delegation met with a number of civil parties, most notably the Sudanese Professionals Association and the Central Council of the Forces of Freedom and Change, and is expected to meet other civilian and military parties.

The Sudanese Professionals Association said, in a statement yesterday, that a delegation from the Professionals Association met yesterday with the visiting American delegation to Sudan, as part of the international efforts and efforts aimed at addressing the raging crisis created by the military coup on October 25, which aims to block the path to transformation. Civil and the democratic path of the Sudanese revolution.

The Washington delegation also met with the Central Council of the Forces of Freedom and Change. And the leader of the latter, Shehab El-Din Al-Tayeb, told Al-Quds Al-Arabi that the "Freedom and Change" forces assured Washington that they want to form an international mechanism that includes the Troika, the European Union, the African Union, and a number of countries friendly to Sudan to support the United Nations initiative.

According to Al-Tayeb, “Freedom and Change” confirmed to the American delegation its rejection of dialogue and partnership with the coup leaders.
In addition, civil disobedience and road closures continued for a second day in the Sudanese capital, Khartoum, amid limited movement and the suspension of a large number of institutions and shops, while the authorities removed a number of barricades and arrested members of resistance committees. The sound of gunfire was heard in the Burri area, east of Khartoum, after which the resistance committee announced the arrest of four of its members and taken them to unknown destinations.

The “Sudan Doctors” committee also announced that one person had been shot dead by the forces of the Authority during the dismantling of barricades in the city of Omdurman, west of the capital.


Snow storms compound the suffering of the displaced people in the camps in northern Syria A snow storm that hit the displacement camps in northern Syria has compounded the pain of their residents due to the severe cold weather.  On the night of Tuesday/Wednesday, a snow storm hit the displacement camps in northern Syria, compounding the pain of their residents due to the severe cold weather.  The heavy snowfall in the cities of Azaz, Afrin and al-Bab led to the covering of the ground in a white suit, its thickness reached 40 centimeters, which led to the fall of a large number of tents over the heads of its residents and the closure of roads leading to the camps.  Although the snow has decreased with Wednesday morning hours, the damage left is still present, as residents are trying to repair the tents that fell before the storm intensifies again.  Parents were keen to repair what had been damaged by the storm, while the young children were standing in front of them wrapped in blankets to protect them from the cold, hoping to finish the matter quickly and return to some warmth inside the tents.  And after every time they are exposed to torrential rains or snow storms, camp residents have no choice but to appeal to humanitarian organizations to help them get out of what they are in.  Muhammad Hisham, a resident of a camp in the vicinity of the city of Azaz, said that their tents fell on their heads at night, after the rain suddenly turned into a severe snow storm.  The spokesman explained that the tents fell on the heads of children and women while they slept, noting that at least 50 tents had collapsed and their occupants remained in the open without shelter, forcing them to set fires to plastic and cardboard materials, to protect them from the harsh cold.  Hisham appealed to humanitarian organizations to help them face the difficult winter conditions, and not to leave them alone in the face of snow and rain.  In turn, another citizen, Wadih Yajour, said that they resorted to covering the tents with blankets to make them warmer, but the snow surprised them, and the blankets and tents fell with them.  The displaced Syrian indicated that he and his sons tried to repair the tent that sheltered them, but they were unable to restore it to its previous position, forcing them to live temporarily with their neighbors.  Yajour indicated that some philanthropists gave them fuel for heating, but they had to light cardboard and plastic in the winter because the amount of fuel was not enough.  Millions of displaced people live in camps in northern Syria near the Turkish border, after fleeing the regime's bombing of their villages, towns and cities.  Although years have passed since the establishment of these camps, they are still living in very difficult conditions, where basic materials are lacking, while their children suffer from deprivation and disease.

Snow storms compound the suffering of the displaced people in the camps in northern Syria


A snow storm that hit the displacement camps in northern Syria has compounded the pain of their residents due to the severe cold weather.

On the night of Tuesday/Wednesday, a snow storm hit the displacement camps in northern Syria, compounding the pain of their residents due to the severe cold weather.

The heavy snowfall in the cities of Azaz, Afrin and al-Bab led to the covering of the ground in a white suit, its thickness reached 40 centimeters, which led to the fall of a large number of tents over the heads of its residents and the closure of roads leading to the camps.

Although the snow has decreased with Wednesday morning hours, the damage left is still present, as residents are trying to repair the tents that fell before the storm intensifies again.

Parents were keen to repair what had been damaged by the storm, while the young children were standing in front of them wrapped in blankets to protect them from the cold, hoping to finish the matter quickly and return to some warmth inside the tents.

And after every time they are exposed to torrential rains or snow storms, camp residents have no choice but to appeal to humanitarian organizations to help them get out of what they are in.

Muhammad Hisham, a resident of a camp in the vicinity of the city of Azaz, said that their tents fell on their heads at night, after the rain suddenly turned into a severe snow storm.

The spokesman explained that the tents fell on the heads of children and women while they slept, noting that at least 50 tents had collapsed and their occupants remained in the open without shelter, forcing them to set fires to plastic and cardboard materials, to protect them from the harsh cold.

Hisham appealed to humanitarian organizations to help them face the difficult winter conditions, and not to leave them alone in the face of snow and rain.

In turn, another citizen, Wadih Yajour, said that they resorted to covering the tents with blankets to make them warmer, but the snow surprised them, and the blankets and tents fell with them.

The displaced Syrian indicated that he and his sons tried to repair the tent that sheltered them, but they were unable to restore it to its previous position, forcing them to live temporarily with their neighbors.

Yajour indicated that some philanthropists gave them fuel for heating, but they had to light cardboard and plastic in the winter because the amount of fuel was not enough.

Millions of displaced people live in camps in northern Syria near the Turkish border, after fleeing the regime's bombing of their villages, towns and cities.

Although years have passed since the establishment of these camps, they are still living in very difficult conditions, where basic materials are lacking, while their children suffer from deprivation and disease.


Mediapart: In southern Spain, Algerians are risking their lives to reach Europe and their numbers are increasing  Paris - In a reportage entitled: “In southern Spain Algerians are risking their lives to reach Europe,” the French investigative website Mediapart said that during 2021 many Algerians tried to cross to reach the Iberian Peninsula, Sometimes risking their lives.   CIPIMD, a Spanish NGO, helps locate boats at sea in cooperation with rescuers, and is involved in locating shipwreck victims, for "families relief".  In recent months, officials at CIPIMD (the International Center for the Identification of Missing Migrants) have continued to document the arrivals of Algerian immigrants, whose number has increased in the past year.  On the other side of the Mediterranean, there is a precious connection: the one that families notify when a boat carrying one of their members leaves the coast of Oran or when they find themselves without news after several days of departure.  In a scenario that generally does not bode well, the center receives an average of 30 messages per day on the social network "Facebook", which rose to 300 messages per day when a boat set sail.  The week that began on January 10 was marked by unfavorable weather conditions and winds that were too strong to allow a possible departure. CIPIMD antenna head did not receive alerts. But he points out that there were many alerts at the end of December and during the first ten days of the new year, pointing to 80 immigrants who came from Algeria.  The Algerians who landed in the Spanish city of Almeria do not stay there for long, but rather quickly head to northern Spain or to France, as “Walid” tells “Mediapart”, explaining that he is one of the very few Algerian immigrants who settled in Almeria, which he arrived illegally before Two years across the Mediterranean for healthcare, because he suffers from kidney failure and needs treatment with dialysis.  Upon arrival, "Walid" was taken care of by Cepaim, an NGO that helps migrants in the Iberian Peninsula. He recounts that little by little, he is gradually building a life for himself, and has obtained housing near the association's reception center and is following a training course.   After two years of treatment, Walid hopes to have a kidney transplant, although his chances are slim (the waiting list is long and the patient's body may reject the transplant).  The Algerian immigrant asserts that this year he saw many of his country's citizens land in southern Spain. That, for example, is the case of Anas, aged 20, whose small boat was stuck at sea for nine days.  This young man of his twenties, from the Algerian city of Oran, currently lives in the French city of Lille. He tells "Mediapart": "I thought this city would be good, but soon I had problems with the police. They check us all the time. I am thinking of going to Paris, because I have a friend who lives there, and I suggested to him that I live with him and pay my share of the rent, but I am still waiting for his answer.”  And the young Algerian continues: “Before I left for the coast of Oran, he spoke with my mother about the migration project. Unemployment and lack of prospects in a country suffering from a social, economic and political crisis are enough reasons to convince me to go to the sea. But shortly before leaving, my mother did not know that I was going to cross. Not wanting to worry her, I told her I would sleep at a friend's house. At 10 pm on the 23rd of October, I joined four other young men - whom I do not know - and we boarded “bouti” (fiberglass boats) from Crestel, a coastal village 26 kilometers from Oran.”  On the night of December 30 to 31, 2021, Muhammad left his country. This time for good: it's his fifth attempt. “Every time the marines catch me hiding on the shores of the Oran coast, where they gather with a few other candidates to leave, they wait for the green light to run towards their boat,” he says, his eyes tinged with bitterness. Mohammed paid for a more solid and safer boat, but found himself in a hurry and in the dark night on a fiber boat. Shortly after sailing, they come across a corpse floating in the sea, which appears to be heading back toward the shore.

Mediapart: In southern Spain, Algerians are risking their lives to reach Europe and their numbers are increasing


Paris - In a reportage entitled: “In southern Spain Algerians are risking their lives to reach Europe,” the French investigative website Mediapart said that during 2021 many Algerians tried to cross to reach the Iberian Peninsula, Sometimes risking their lives. 

CIPIMD, a Spanish NGO, helps locate boats at sea in cooperation with rescuers, and is involved in locating shipwreck victims, for "families relief".

In recent months, officials at CIPIMD (the International Center for the Identification of Missing Migrants) have continued to document the arrivals of Algerian immigrants, whose number has increased in the past year.

On the other side of the Mediterranean, there is a precious connection: the one that families notify when a boat carrying one of their members leaves the coast of Oran or when they find themselves without news after several days of departure.

In a scenario that generally does not bode well, the center receives an average of 30 messages per day on the social network "Facebook", which rose to 300 messages per day when a boat set sail.

The week that began on January 10 was marked by unfavorable weather conditions and winds that were too strong to allow a possible departure. CIPIMD antenna head did not receive alerts. But he points out that there were many alerts at the end of December and during the first ten days of the new year, pointing to 80 immigrants who came from Algeria.

The Algerians who landed in the Spanish city of Almeria do not stay there for long, but rather quickly head to northern Spain or to France, as “Walid” tells “Mediapart”, explaining that he is one of the very few Algerian immigrants who settled in Almeria, which he arrived illegally before Two years across the Mediterranean for healthcare, because he suffers from kidney failure and needs treatment with dialysis.

Upon arrival, "Walid" was taken care of by Cepaim, an NGO that helps migrants in the Iberian Peninsula. He recounts that little by little, he is gradually building a life for himself, and has obtained housing near the association's reception center and is following a training course.

 After two years of treatment, Walid hopes to have a kidney transplant, although his chances are slim (the waiting list is long and the patient's body may reject the transplant).

The Algerian immigrant asserts that this year he saw many of his country's citizens land in southern Spain. That, for example, is the case of Anas, aged 20, whose small boat was stuck at sea for nine days.

This young man of his twenties, from the Algerian city of Oran, currently lives in the French city of Lille. He tells "Mediapart": "I thought this city would be good, but soon I had problems with the police. They check us all the time. I am thinking of going to Paris, because I have a friend who lives there, and I suggested to him that I live with him and pay my share of the rent, but I am still waiting for his answer.”

And the young Algerian continues: “Before I left for the coast of Oran, he spoke with my mother about the migration project. Unemployment and lack of prospects in a country suffering from a social, economic and political crisis are enough reasons to convince me to go to the sea. But shortly before leaving, my mother did not know that I was going to cross. Not wanting to worry her, I told her I would sleep at a friend's house. At 10 pm on the 23rd of October, I joined four other young men - whom I do not know - and we boarded “bouti” (fiberglass boats) from Crestel, a coastal village 26 kilometers from Oran.”

On the night of December 30 to 31, 2021, Muhammad left his country. This time for good: it's his fifth attempt. “Every time the marines catch me hiding on the shores of the Oran coast, where they gather with a few other candidates to leave, they wait for the green light to run towards their boat,” he says, his eyes tinged with bitterness. Mohammed paid for a more solid and safer boat, but found himself in a hurry and in the dark night on a fiber boat. Shortly after sailing, they come across a corpse floating in the sea, which appears to be heading back toward the shore.
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