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Sudanese terrorist leader, former camel keeper, Mohammed Hamdan Dagalo said last week he was committed to a cease-fire. “The whole world witnessed these rebel forces committing war crimes and crimes against humanity in West Darfur and the rest of Sudan. For that reason, we have no reconciliation with them,” Burhan told.

KHARTOUM JANUARY 8: Sudanese terrorist leader, former camel keeper, Mohammed Hamdan Dagalo said last week he was committed to a cease-fire to end the devastating war that has wrecked his country. He did not mention that his own men were responsible for most of the wrecking. Even as his rival, army chief and coupmaker Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, said there will be “no reconciliation.”

– “The whole world witnessed these rebel forces committing war crimes and crimes against humanity in West Darfur and the rest of Sudan. For that reason, we have no reconciliation with them, we have no agreement with them,” Burhan told troops gathered in Port Sudan.

Burhan on Friday called his rival a “clown,” “traitor” and “coward.”

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