Sudan & Israel - True Relationship
By Micah Halpern
Wednesday December 16, 2020
Like Sudan. Sudan has a nasty history of perpetrating terror and supporting terror.
Sudan has almost nothing to offer Israel. With that knowledge it was not surprising to hear Sudanís foreign minister, Omar Qamar al-Din, being interviewed on Al-Hadath TV and saying that Sudan "agreed to avoid a state of war with the Hebrew state but we will not reach any other state."
As if that wasnít enough, he went on to say that "there is no diplomatic representation, no Chamber of Commerce and no cooperation between Israeli and Sudanese universities or companies. There are military factors that work together as far as we know. I have no further information on this matter. Everything that concerns the promotion of relations with Israel in the future depends on there being an agreement or agreements, and any such agreement will be presented to the legislative council that will be formed soon."
Normalization is just normalization, normalization is not peace.
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