Sudan: People Still Protest Against The Military

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Military leaders remain in control of Sudan, and there is little sign of a return to the democratic transition. The soul of the martyr Mohamed Youssef Ismail rose. Hospitals and medical personnel are subjected to systematic and regular abuses by coup forces.

Military leaders remain in control of Sudan, three months after they grabbed power, and there is little sign of a return to the democratic transition. The anti-coup movement is continuing, despite the killing of dozens of protesters.

The family of one slain protester hope his death will not have been in vain.

More Deceased Today

Today, the Central Sudan Medical Committee also made a statement on Facebook: The soul of the martyr recently rose: Mohamed Youssef Ismail, (27) years old.

The young man died of a chest injury, and the Committee continues: “The coup authority continue its violations against humanity with excessive violence and bloody suppression of peaceful demonstrators in our land.”

“Our message to the entire world: Our people are constantly marching peaceful parades and using all tools of nonviolent resistance guaranteed in all local and international laws and constitutions in order to establish a country of freedom, democracy and justice.”

“However, it was still answered by the military machine that is raping power with the most heinous crimes, which led to the loss of 79 martyrs since the day of the coup until this moment.”

– End Of Statement –

It can also be added that hospitals and medical personnel are subjected to systematic and regular abuses by al-Burhan’s coup forces. Probably by order of the military command.

Moreover, I think al-Burhan has lost all dignity, honor and identity.
He is an enemy of God, the Sudanese, and the humanity.

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