Sudanese should reconcile as war leaves destruction
Once again a deadly conflict happened in the Muslim country of Sudan, where tens of people have been reported dead and dozens of others wounded.
The bloody clash broke out between rival forces in Sudana and turned violent on Saturday leaving more than 65 people, mostly civilians dead and up to 600 others wounded.
The fighting erupted between the military and a paramilitary Rapid Support Forces (RSF) for controlling the country.
Annoying reports suggest that the fighting continued into the night in the capital Khartoum and other parts of the country after months of tension between the two sides.
The fierce battle trapped the innocent civilians inside their homes, while taking fast during the holy month of Ramadan and once again closed the doors of schools, banks and government offices, part of an alarm from militaries on the battlefield.
Actually, after the internal conflicts in Sudan and South Sudan, the term Sudanese Civil War refers to the three separate conflicts; first from 1955 to 1972, second from 1983 to 2005 and the third from 2013 to 2020. The long erosive conflicts destroyed most of the country’s economic infrastructure and created deep enmity in the Muslim nation.
Most of the world countries, particularly Muslim nations urged both sides to give up arms and resolve their problems through political dialogue.
Also, the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (IEA) in a statement called on the two sides to abandon conflict and resolve the long dispute via diplomatic channels.
United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres called on both sides of conflict for an immediate end to violence and a return to dialogue.
The fight between the two sides and those over the years, are mostly fueled by malicious groups beyond the country, with the rival groups are yet to understand the fact about the bloodshed and patricide in the Islamic nation.
This is very clear that war among Muslim nations are flamed by the aliens and foreign intelligence networks. They never want Islamic nations to live in peace and security, unless to act as their puppet regimes, like what in Afghanistan, where thousands of people lost their lives and tens of thousands others wounded during the long-wars that forced millions of others to leave the country.
Any conflict in the Islamic country of Sudan would be painful for all world Muslim nations and any tragic incident would shock the whole Muslim nations in the world.
So, both sides should create a trustable way and an internationally guaranteed peaceful atmosphere under which could reconcile and help their nation and country live in peace and brotherhood.