From Rebellion to… Mercenary invasion (2 out of 2)

As I See

Adil El-baz



In the first part of this article, we mentioned that, nine months after the eruption of the war, we must get rid of the idea that we are facing an internal Janjaweed rebellion, in order to be able to cope with and know how to deal with the challenges of a full-fledged foreign invasion, plan and determine ways to resist it, and choose the appropriate tactics to defeat it.
What are the challenges that we face now and how will we meet them?
The first challenge relates to how to stop and oppose the efforts to legitimize the militias and their mercenaries, as internal and external parties are trying to give them a chance of life by repositioning themselves in Sudanese affairs politically and militarily. This is an attempt made by the shameless, mean-spirited group through what is called (Taggadum). The militia must remain a criminal organization. Not only because it is a rebellion, but because it led mercenary corps to invade the country, launched a dirty war against the entire Sudanese nation, and committed unprecedented and unforeseen violations and crimes against the people.

The criminals and sinful aggressors must be pursued with convictions and legal prosecutions internally, externally and at the international level, and countries must continue to be warned against dealing with the militia leaders and their activities. Its crimes and violations must also be kept active before the entire world with its organizations and media outlets. What is also required is to pursue the militia and classify it as a terrorist organization in internal, regional and international forums and by International and national laws.
The second challenge is to continue exposing the shameful acts of the militia and its mercenaries, which makes global public opinion constantly aware of their violations, especially since they have a huge propaganda machine that supports them internally and externally, and through its heavy broadcasts, it attempts to overcome the facts of the militia’s crimes, improve its image, and spread a huge amount of lies in the media to justify atrocities and violations. In a desperate attempt to deceive public opinion… This challenge can be faced by establishing focused media work directed by creative ideas, aiming to combat the propaganda of mercenaries, their militias and their supporters, and presenting the best image of the homeland as a cohesive unit united to defeat the invasion. This can be done away from the vocabulary and hate speech and exclusion.
The third challenge is the need to maintain the cohesion of the internal front in its stand behind the army. The basic element in that goal is linked to the clarity of the discourse of the army leadership itself, and its messages directed to its people, with clarity and integrity and not taking conflicting policies or positions that undermine confidence in the army and its leaders. The attempts currently underway to undermine the people’s confidence in their army will not bear fruit if the army and the people are on the same wave length and are sufficiently aware of the course of the invasion and its daily challenges.
The fourth challenge facing us in this case of invasion is how to find strong external allies, especially since the regional and international support we currently observe for the militias and their mercenaries magnifies our need for strong alliances that support efforts to combat the invasion. Those alliances and what they can offer us will not be for free or at no price.
The wall of that alliance can be built now from countries that have expressed their understanding and bias towards Sudan’s position in the war, whether through their position in the UN Security Council and the Human Rights Council, or through their positions in support of the state’s efforts in the field of relief or in the field of military support. That coalition can comprise Russia, China, Turkey, Qatar, Iran and Algeria.

The need for effective diplomacy to stop the farce taking place in African organizations and neighboring countries and their positions towards an invasion that threatens the country becomes clearer daily. It goes beyond describing our describing what is happening as a mere rebellion and declares that we are facing and resisting an invasion. The facts of the invasion must be put before everyone and we must continue to expose the practices of the invaders in direct contact from our missions with the decision-making circles in those countries, the organizations that support the rebellion, and our diplomacy can be activated through conferences and international organizations in Geneva, New York, and elsewhere.
The final challenge relates to how to maintain the current momentum of the popular rise that has swept throughout the country and found notable support from the army leadership, which must take another step towards taking a decisive and firm decision to arm all the those mobilized and prepare them to resist the invasion, especially since the battle is long, and the effort to defeat the invaders by mobilization of popular resistance is currently happening throughout Sudan, which is the best way to stop and defeat that invasion.
With this mass uprising, the international community will realize the heavy prices that can be paid if it continues to support the Janjaweed mercenaries and their allies and try to impose imported solutions that will return those mercenaries to power. The Popular Resistance, which has been proven historically (from Vietnam to Somalia), represents the antidote to any external attempts aimed at implementing imported scenarios that destroy the dignity of the Sudanese people and subject them to regional and international pressures aimed at passing specific projects in the form of a peace agreement, which in essence represents a surrender to the invaders and handing over to the state control over its resources, and this what the free men and women of Sudan will not accept or tolerate. What they were not able to fulfil by their coup, rebellion, and invasion, they are now trying to implement through political cunning, but they cannot no matter what
(And the disbelievers plotted and Allah planned too. And Allah is the Best of the planners.)

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