by Jerry Gordon
Sudan Peoples Liberation Movement Noth Secretary General Yasir Arman
General Abakar M. Abdallah of the Sudan United Movement (SUM) sent us this confirmation from Radio DabangaNews of what we published in the January 18, 2017 FrontPage Magazine article about the jihad army of international terrorists being assembled by the regime of indicted war criminal General Bashir. SEE: “Obama Lifts Sudan Sanctions“.
Bashir as we note in a February 14, 2017 NER/Iconoclast article is intent upon completion of genocide of indigenous people in South Sudan: Darfur, Nuba Mountains, Blue Nile Region under the Arab Coalition secret plan by 2020. SEE: “The Secret Sudan Jihad Document found in Darfur“:
Abdallah wrote us:
On Sunday, February 12, 2017 there was an explosion in a high story building in Arkaweet, Khartoum. The explosion occurred when a group of terrorists composed of Arab nationals were trying to build a bomb. However when police and National Intelligence Security Service (NISS) arrived there were no arrests. The police were trying to investigate, while the NISS were covering it up.
Sudan People’s Liberation Movement North (SPLM-N) secretary general Yasir Ayman said the regime was continually harboring and training international terrorists. Ayman also stated that the Bashir regime was misleading the international community by providing it with disinformation, while secretly developing, training and organizing new terrorists. Below is the Radio Dabanga news report,” ‘Khartoum blast proves Sudan Govt. harbours terrorists’: SPLM-N“.
The opposition Sudan People’s Liberation Movement-North (SPLM-N) has accused the Khartoum government of “harbouring international terrorists and training Arabs and Muslims of various nationalities”.
In an interview with Radio Dabanga SPLM-N Secretary-General Yasir Arman said that an explosion in the upscale Arkaweet residential neighbourhood in the Sudanese capital on Sunday morning “reveals the ongoing partnership between the [ruling National Congress Party] regime and international terrorist movements”.
He substantiates this by pointing out that the National Intelligence and Security Service (NISS) strongly rebuked the Sudanese police for disclosing the incident.
As previously reported by Radio Dabanga, the Khartoum police released a statement following “a small blast” on Sunday morning.
According to the statement, a police unit backed by forensic and explosive specialists, and accompanied by members of the NISS stormed the apartment. They found local materials used in making crude explosives, in addition to foreign passports. Four people “with Arab nationalities” were arrested.
“the NISS would have preferred to cover it up”
“However the NISS strongly rebuked the police for making the statement, as the NISS would have preferred to cover it up.”
According to the SPLM-N, the NISS accused the police of “interfering in a matter not part of its responsibility”.
Clearly referring to the USA, Arman called on “those international powers that talk about the Sudanese Government’s cooperation” to “pay attention to what is happening today”.
“Mbeki is now in talks with the government for the second time, but has not spoken to us so far.”
The Secretary-General called on the African Union High level Implementation Panel (AUHIP) mediator Thabo Mbeki for “a balance of work and consultation with all Sudanese opposition parties instead of being satisfied by only consulting the Khartoum government”.
In the wake of news of a second planned visit of its kind by mediator Mbeki to Khartoum, Arman says: “Mbeki is now in talks with the government for the second time, but has not spoken to us so far.”
Arman called on Mbeki “to meet with the forces of Sudan Appeal in Addis Ababa who are ready to meet him with ideas that can be presented”.