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Sudanese people as a victim of Omar Al-Bashir’s hopes and ambitions.

The Yemeni-Saudi border witnessed a great holocaust against the Saudi-backed paid fighters.

Jan , 22\ NewNewss

The Holocaust was documented by the military media lens, which was able to uncover the facts in the battlefields of honor. After more than three years of involvement in the Saudi-led Operation Decisive Storm in Yemen, no one knows exactly where this bloody engagement in Yemen war will lead, how it will end and what the price will be.
The Sudanese forces sustained heavy losses in lives and equipment during violent confrontations with Yemeni Army and the popular committees (Al-Houthis) in Medi Desert Front in northern Yemen.

Previously, Yemeni military media published pictures and videos showing the scale of Sudanese Army’s losses, with dozens of dead Sudanese soldiers and lots of destroyed military equipment.

The main reasons for participation of the Sudanese army in Yemen’s war, headed by Omar Al-Bashir is to restore Yemeni legitimacy and eliminate the threat of Shi’a tide represented in Al-Houthi Coup backed by Iran, According to the Sudanese government participating in the aggression on Yemen. Few people in Sudan or beyond bought this argument, because it is widely believed that Sudan had various political and economic reasons to get involved. It is a flimsy promise to the Sudanese government by the United States of America with guarantee of Saudi-Emirati regime.

But Sudanese ground forces became involved in the war, which destroyed the Yemeni people and its infrastructure, failed to defeat the Yemeni people. As Sudan claims that Sudanese troops were deployed in Yemen as part of a campaign to protect the land of the two Holy Mosques, protect the Islamic religion and belief, confront the Iranian expansionist plans, and restore Yemeni legitimacy.

And the heavy losses suffered by the alliance and the Sudanese army, and the differences in the ranks of the coalition (Gulf crisis) revealed many intentions of the Sudanese government to participate in the war of Yemen and this led to the escalation of many calls in Sudan to leave this war quickly.

The first Sudanese troops arrived in the southern port city of Aden in mid-October 2015. The Sudanese government has never released the number of troops deployed, but several sources estimated that their number exceeded 8,000 fighters in August 2017.

The vast majority of the Sudanese troops in Yemen comprise Rapid Support Forces (RSF) that were used by the Sudanese government to fight the insurgency during the War in Darfur. But with all these efforts, the coalition failed to achieve victories in Yemen and after three years of aggression we see the continued death of the Sudanese army.

According to observers, the Sudanese government suffers from a major economic imbalance. However, the continuation of the international sanctions against Sudan is a severe blow to the Sudanese economy, in addition to the economic collapse, we see the death of many Sudanese people as a victim of Omar Al-Bashir’s hopes and ambitions.

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