The former Prime Minister of Qatar, Sheikh Hamad bin Jassim Al Thani, accused Israel and an unnamed Arab country of planning the events in Sudan.
This came in the tweets of Bin Jassim, who served as Prime Minister of Qatar from April 3, 2007 to June 26, 2013, this Friday evening, on his Twitter account.
وعبر Bin Jassim That “what happened and is happening in Sudan is only one of the first results of planning, coordination and cooperation between Israel and an Arab country, unfortunately.”
The former Qatari official did not reveal the identity of this Arab country, but he said that “it was promoting in Western forums that it had changed its policy and is now interested only in the economy and development.”
Bin Jassim stressed that his goal is not to convey the news, but rather to emphasize the need “to respect and support the will of the people and not to interfere to impose our policies, whether successful or unsuccessful, or our convictions on others.”
The tweets of bin Jassim, who previously also served as the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Qatar, sparked a great interaction among his followers.
Some supported the content of what he said, and argued that there are interests and objectives for Israel and the country that Bin Jassim alluded to in Sudan.
While others recalled pictures of Bin Jassem, whom they collected with Israeli officials in the past, when he was in office.
On Thursday, the Sudanese army chief issued, Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, a constitutional decree to form the new Transitional Sovereignty Council, after the dissolution of the first council among a number of decisions that sparked widespread controversy and sparked protests in Sudan, which raised the concern of the United Nations, the European Union and countries including America and the United Kingdom, especially since Al-Burhan was excluded from the new council, four representatives of the forces of freedom and change The civil coalition that participated in the protests that toppled former President Omar al-Bashir in 2019.
The proof was imposed on the 25th of last October case of emergency In Sudan, the Sovereignty Council and the Transitional Ministers were dissolved, accusing the civilian component of the authority of “conspiring and inciting against the army.”
The measures announced by Al-Burhan drew widespread international criticism, with a call for the release of detained politicians and officials, and a return to the democratic path.
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