Residents of Kober, in the Sudanese capital, Khartoum, woke up to the sound of a huge explosion, who later discovered that it had targeted the motorcade of Prime Minister Abdullah Hamduk, to cloud the sadness on the scene. After a few hours, the Prime Minister tweeted, reassuring the Sudanese people, announcing that the incident will not stop the march of change and will only be a new impetus in the wave of the revolution.
The angry reactions from the terrorist attack have not subsided, as the Sudanese see that the defunct Brotherhood regime, and the Turkish-Qatari wings behind it, want to stop the transition to democracy.
Sudanese activists, using the hashtag on the social networking site “Twitter” under the name “Brotherhood targeting Hamdock”, held the terrorist group responsible for the attempt to assassinate the prime minister, and exposed the plans of the Qatari-Turkish forces of evil seeking to strike the stability of Sudan.
In conjunction with the campaign of anger, thousands of Sudanese went out in spontaneous demonstrations in a number of neighborhoods of the capital, Khartoum, condemning the terrorist act, and chanted slogans against the isolated Brotherhood regime and those behind it with money and weapons.
The Sudanese people have classified the Qatari mafia as a partner in the oppression of the country for decades, because of the endless support of the Doha League for the tyrannical rule of the terrorist Brotherhood, led by the isolated Omar al-Bashir. The Sudanese revolution comes to waste the dreams of Tamim and the group, to push them with all their weight into order to restore them, in order to restore the days of