Posted on August 06, 2011 by Marivel Guzman
Follow the Map Where Is Gulf of Aden? and where is the Red Sea? and Where is Israel you need to wonder many times, why you did not learn Geography when you were in school, by now will be much easier to understand the problems in every region of the world. Geography teach us where every country is in the map, their natural resources, their population, and other important aspects of our world.
Sudan to be Divided, the largest country in Africa will be divided. For years the same tools were used to divide and conquer, they used”Religious Conflicts” , Sectarian division, Mobs staged murders “Killing Each Other” for control.
Iif you have been recently following what happened in Libya, how US and its European Allies inserted mercenaries “Rebels” “Opposition” inside Libya to perpetrate unspeakable acts of terror, and then broadcasted as being committed by Libyan forces. The world opinion was against Ghadhafee, to the point to be the most hated man alive, even when it was being sodom3\mised and murdered the world stayed silenced.
Well the same mechanism was used in Sudan and in every African country to divide it, to weaken this great rich continent. Never was any rivalry between brothers Muslims or Christians. The Militias inserted and financed by the same thugs that have staged so much horror in the world, are the same perpetrators that corrupted the heart of Africa. They came they make Africa’s brothers enemies, they destroyed their economy, they devastated their land, and now they come to sow the horror of their doings. They are diving Sudan, they are dividing the rich part of Africa from the North.
The long crafted civil war created to divide them ensure now that the rich south with the greater Oil reserves some how pay back the bad times. According to the Made history.
The lost boys is a terrible story that live in the heart and minds of Sudan. Thousands of orphans which mother were rape and murdered by the crafters of the genocide of Sudan, these boys were forced to walk years on the Africa lands looking for refugee, and finally they were caged for 10 years in a Prison/Refugee Camp and some of them made it to the US and to other places in the world.
Sudan is the largest country in Africa, Religions: Islam (official), indigenous beliefs (southern Sudan), Christianity.
Languages: Arabic (official), English (official), tribal languages.
Significant oil reserves had been discovered in Sudan and with the help of foreigners, in particular the Chinese, Sudan had built the oil wells, pipelines, and the Port of Sudan to take this black gold to market. The problem for the north is that 75 percent of the known oil reserves lie in the south. Did Any body Say OIL?
- An Israeli Air force F-15 jet refuels during an air show at the graduation ceremony of Israeli pilots over the Hatzerim Air Force base near Beer Sheva in southern Israel on December 30, 2010. AFP PHOTO/MENAHEM KAHANA/AFP/Getty Images
- April 5, 2011 (KHARTOUM) – The Sudanese authorities revealed on Tuesday that a Sonata vehicle was destroyed as a result of a foreign attack but offered conflicting accounts on whether it was carried out by planes or missiles fired from the Red Sea.
Multiple security sources told Sudan Tribune that the two men who were inside the car and killed instantly, had just arrived in town through Port Sudan airport.
Their identities however, remain unknown and the sources said that both men appear to have been under the careful watch of the party that carried out the attack throughout their stay in the country.
The Sudanese Media Center Website (SMC) which is widely believed to be run by the country’s security bureau, was the first to report the news saying that a foreign plane launched the attack at 9 pm local time (1800 GMT) in an area known as Kalaneeb which was described as 14 kilometers away from the coastal city of Port Sudan and on the main road leading to the regional airport.
It further reported that Sudanese ant-aircraft defenses responded with heavy fire forcing the plane to flee their airspace.
However, in the early morning hours of Wednesday SMC quoted the deputy Red Sea governor Salah Sir Al-Khitim Kenna as saying that no planes were involved and that it was only a missile fired against the target but did not elaborate.
Earlier today, the police issued a statement saying that a missile hit the car “from an unknown source” but added that it was likely fired from the Red Sea. It also gave a different time for when this took place saying it happened at 8:05 PM (17:05 GMT)
The confusion is exacerbated by separate remarks made by the deputy chairman of the ruling National Congress Party (NCP) in the Red Sea state Mohamed Tahir Hussein who said that eyewitnesses told him that a plane came from the Red Sea, hit the car and headed back.
Hussein added that “mystery” surrounds the identity of the attackers but he pointed fingers at Israel’s spy agency (Mossad) and suggested that the planes belongs to them and was tracking down arms smugglers.
The Israeli Defense Force (IDF) declined to comment on the incident when contacted by Ynetnews based in Tel Aviv.
Sudan’s foreign ministry also declined to comment. Sudan’s army was not immediately available to comment.
A local MP by the name Mustafa Mandar had told SMC that the plane was following the vehicle until it came to an open area and sent bombs its way. He vehemently denied that Eastern Sudan has become a transit point for arms smuggling.
Some analysts speaking to Sudan Tribune speculated that this was an assassination plot against the two men who were in the car given its limited capacity to transport any significant amount of arms.
“We heard three loud explosions,” a source at Port Sudan airport told Reuters. “We went outside to see what was happening and eye witnesses told us they saw two helicopters which looked liked Apaches flying past.”
Two years ago it was disclosed that Israel carried out an unknown number of airstrikes in early 2009 in Eastern Sudan using fighter jets against a convoy of arms that was allegedly headed to the Gaza strip which is controlled by the Islamic militant group Hamas.
The Sudanese president Omer Hassan Al-Bashir and other officials in Khartoum at the time acknowledged that Israel was likely behind the air raids which state media reported to have killed 119 illegal immigrants who were trying to sneak into Europe.
The Jewish state has declined to confirm or deny the reports on its involvement but the then Prime Minister Ehud Olmert said that the government is “operating in every area in which terrorist infrastructures can be struck”.
Last month, the Egyptian media quoting army sources said that it had shelled a convoy of vehicles laden with arms near the Sudanese border. No further details were given and Khartoum has reportedly asked for clarifications from Cairo.
In recent says Sudan has denied media reports on smuggling of weapons through Sudan to reach Hamas and Hezbollah in Lebanon.
Photos of the car attacked today published by Sudanese Media Center website