The Sudanese Resistance Committees commented on yesterday’s massacres. They call for a sit-in at Al Jawda Hospital. Yesterday was one of the most violent days so far this year. A total of 9 died yesterday, according to the Central Committee of Sudan Doctors.

KHARTOUM JULY 1: The Sudanese Resistance Committees commented on yesterday’s massacres and call for a sit-in at Al Jawda Hospital. The Sudanese Resistance Committees or neighbourhood committees are informal, grassroots neighbourhood networks of Sudanese residents. They have acted as very effective coordinators for all Sudanese civilians who oppose al-Burhan’s illegal actions.

URGENT WARNING: The Central Committee of Sudan Doctors is issuing a urgent warning: At these moments, the coup forces are deployed heavily in the Al-Dim neighborhood, near the sit-in area. We do not rule out that these forces will attack the sit-in in order to disperse it, and we do not rule out that they will storm Al-Jawdah Hospital located in the sit-in area.

Unfortunately, they and the struggle of the Sudanese people have ended up in the media shadow in the international media, due to Putin and his Ukrainian war.

In their statement you can read the following: “The June 30 march is a turning point in our efforts to overthrow the coup and its authority, and there are no words to adequately describe the bravery exhibited by our people’s revolutionaries since yesterday. The only description of what transpired is that it is the December revolution’s second rebirth.

We pray for God’s mercy and forgiveness for the martyrs who ascended to heaven yesterday, June 30, wherein two suns rose, the sun of glory and the sun of the people who rose against the fateful coup, they are our role models for carrying out our obligations to our homeland, glory to them in the heavens above, speedy recovery for the injured, and freedom for detainees.

We urge all the revolutionaries to support the sit-in at Al Jawda Hospital in Khartoum, to support it and to continue the peaceful processions regularly and peacefully in the neighborhoods.

We call on all peaceful revolutionaries to return to the same announced tracks of the 30th of June and adhere to directives of the field committees to support Al Jawda Sit-in”.

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Yesterday was one of the most violent days so far this year and at least seven of those killed were shot in the chest or head, one of whom was a minor, according to the Central Committee of Sudan Doctors. A total of 9 died yesterday. The death toll may rise.

Thursday’s protests in Khartoum were bigger than usual and people in other parts of Sudan also took to the streets. Demonstrations took place in Was Madani in the south, in the Darfur region in the west, in Kassala and Gedaref in the east, and in the port city of Port Sudan, according to witnesses.

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