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Our Beloved Army


By / Dr Osama Mohammed Abd Elraheem

In the mid-1990s, during the rule of the Salvation regime, the country was subjected to wars and military violations that were planned and systematic with Western support. The “Stretch Sudan from its Edges” operation was the most violent and severe. The Sudanese army faced all this intense conspiracy and paid a heavy price in terms of its precious assets and equipment. But here is the aggressor machine returning again and besieging Sudan with its neighbors and tightening its edges in modern ways, both soft and harsh. It faces this time clearly its sustainable goal (the beloved army) and engages it in a fierce war represented militarily on the ground by the Rapid Support Forces militia, which fights everyone, and politically represented by symbols of (Qaht) (Forces OF Freedom and Change)and other players
. Perhaps it will succeed in disintegrating and weakening it, but it will not succeed. All this makes us realize that the goal is one, which is to dismantle the cohesion of this Sudanese nation and greed for what God has saved it and blessed it with wealth and resources. Under the new world order, aggression did not stop despite the change of systems and rulers because the purpose is known, only the justifications change and the faces of the representatives of betrayal and subservience change, and the scenarios of appearing on the stage of conspiracy and deception multiply while the narrator and producer of a bad story remain stable.

“Reforming the army” is a legitimate, required, and ongoing process as long as life continues for our army and for other armies and institutions. It also has its local, regional, and international environment that affects it, and it has its requirements, tools, and surgeons. But all of this must come according to visions and plans after scrutiny, analysis, and studies by specialists in the field and those with experience and competence, and from
“In the context of reforming the army, it is a legitimate, necessary, and ongoing process that is essential for our army and other armies and institutions. It is influenced by its local, regional, and international environment, with its own requirements, tools, and challenges. However, all of this should come according to visions and plans developed through thorough scrutiny, analysis, and studies by experts and experienced individuals. It is crucial to emphasize that reform should not be dictated by external recipes or the ambitions of adversaries but should be guided by those who understand the intricacies of the matter and possess expertise.”

“The army represents the fortress of the state, safeguarding its institutions and collaborating to fulfill their functions, ensuring the nation’s gains and interests while protecting it from aggression and violations. Reform should not involve destroying the military machine or undermining its capabilities but should focus on enhancing discipline, ethics, and legal frameworks to secure and protect humanity, build nations, and promote development.”

“The events of April 15th serve as a testament to the resilience and experience of our great army, facing militias supported by various means, including financial, economic, military, media, and political support, along with regional and international conspiracies. It is evident that the army is the Sudanese army, and anyone suggesting otherwise should reconsider their Sudanese identity.”

“There is a stark difference between a shot fired by someone who believes in humanity, Sudan, and its people’s rights to live dignified lives and one fired by a mercenary lacking morals and conscience. The former contributes to construction, safety, and peace, while the latter leads to destruction, chaos, bloodshed, and the violation of the Sudanese people’s security and dignity.”

“Wearing camouflage and carrying weapons doesn’t automatically qualify someone as a military figure. Military professionalism is rooted in a strong ethical commitment and a noble belief system, created for the security, stability, and development of humanity.”

“The army needs support and trust from its people, not just as spectators cheering from the sidelines but through solid agreements and strong bonds between the army and the population. Our army has earned the love of the people during its war over the past eight months, unlike the rebel militias that find no support among sensible citizens. Those who abandon their army and support its adversaries ultimately betray their own integrity.”

“In conclusion, those waiting for the army to fall will wait in vain. Every fallen soldier becomes a seed planted in the soil of honor, growing into thousands of soldiers and leaders continuing the journey seeking God and the homeland. Enemies will learn the consequences of their actions with each turn of events.”

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