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Who are the Beneficiaries of the Subsidies? Are they the Rulers, Ministers or Constitutionalists?!

In front of the parliament on Monday, Finance Minister Dr Mohamed Osman Al Rikabi said in a quick reply to a question about the bread crisis, “The problem will only be resolved by lifting the subsidies completely and distributing it to its beneficiaries.” The phrase lifting subsidies and distributing them to their beneficiaries is a […]

Reply to your Article: “Hizb ut Tahrir and the Al-Nahda Dam”

Honourable Brother Ali Mirghani Al-Salamu Alaikum wa Rahmatullahi wa Barakatuh Re: Reply to your Article: “Hizb ut Tahrir and the Al-Nahda Dam” In reply to your article “Hizb ut Tahrir and the Al-Nahda Dam” in Al-Tayar Newspaper (Issue 2050) from the 5th of November 2017, we express the following: First: We thank you for your […]

“Do Not Be Among the Polytheists Who Abandoned Their Religion and Became Sects Each Enjoying What It Has”

وَلاَ تَكُونُواْ مِنَ الْمُشْرِكِينَ مِنَ الَّذِينَ فَرَّقُواْ دِينَهُمْ وَكَانُواْ شِيَعاً كُلُّ حِزْبٍ بِمَا لَدَيْهِمْ فَرِحُونَ “Do Not Be Among the Polytheists Who Abandoned Their Religion and Became Sects Each Enjoying What It Has” (Ar-Rum, 30:31-32) The Supreme Court’s decision to order for a repeat of election on 26th October 2017 has sparked political tensions in […]

Kenya’s Political Conflict is Synonymous with the Failure of Democracy in Africa and the World at Large

Kenya is East Africa’s largest economy and is now plunging into another political conflict after the opposition’s pulling out of the 26th October, 2017 fresh elections. Raila Omolo Odinga (72yrs) said that his withdrawal would give the Independent Elections and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) enough time to introduce reforms that will help deliver more credible elections. […]

The Right to Self-Determination is a Trojan Horse to Tear Up Sudan

In a statement following the conclusion of the extraordinary conference of the North Sudan People’s Liberation Movement (SPLM/A), led by Abdul Aziz Al-Helou, held in Heppan region, Southern Kordofan, from 4th to 7th October 2017, it was mentioned: “After extended discussions, the participants have agreed to the paper of critical issues including the right to […]

Political Wrangling: Another Political Circus of Democracy

The rivalry and the battle between the main political divides; Jubilee coalition led by Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga’s National Super Alliance has dominated the headlines in Kenyan media. Since the last general election held on August 8th, 2017 which Kenyatta’s’ victory was nullified by the Supreme Court on September 1st, 2017, heated […]

The Revolution in Tunisia Continues Despite the Authoritarian Secular Regime & its Contempt for Islam & Muslim Women

Tunisian activists have accused the regime of using women’s rights as a distraction tool after the controversial ‘economic reconciliation’ law was pushed through parliament last week. Protesters took to the streets in anger after the bill, which allows Ben Ali era officials to escape prosecution, was passed despite widespread ciriticism from activists and NGOs. Just […]

No Justice with Man Made Laws

Tanzania media reported on the appointment of Chief Justice (CJ) Prof Ibrahim Kassim Juma made by the Tanzanian President Dr John Magufuli. In the inauguration ceremony at the State House, the President made clear that he has appointed Pr. Ibrahim due to his competence, performance and ability in the field of administrating justice.

Privatization of Port Sudan: Another Crime that the Government Draws Itself Close to the Kafir West!!

Five international companies, French, Filipino and others, have indicated their desire to inspect the southern port of Port Sudan in preparation to discuss the possibility of applying for its concession bid (Al-Saiha Newspaper 05/8/2017). The meeting of the Maritime Ports Authority was held on 30 July 2017 in the presence of the Ministers of State […]

The Government hands over our Sons’ Minds to the West

Education Minister, Asya Muhammad, praised the role of the World Bank in supporting education projects through the “Strengthening of Primary Education” project and its effective contribution in funding and providing grants. This statement was made on Monday 28/8/2017 during a meeting in her office with the Resident Representative of the World Bank in Sudan, Xavier […]

Sudan Government’s Silence on Mubarak al-Mahdi’s Remark on Normalization with the Jewish entity

The Government’s Silence on Mubarak al-Mahdi’s Remark on Normalization with the Jewish entity and not Questioning and Accounting him is another Crime and a Betrayal to the Ummah On Sunday evening, 20/08/2017, Sudania 24 TV, hosted Mubarak al-Fadhil al-Mahdi, Sudan’s Minister of Investment and Deputy Prime Minister, in “Haal Al-Balad” (the State of the Country) […]

Perennial Elections are Desperate Attempts of Democracy to Whitewash its Failures

The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) declared Uhuru Kenyatta as the winner of the 2017 General Election held on Tuesday August 8th.   Mr. Kenyatta won a second term after he garnered 8,203,290 votes representing 54.27% of the casted votes. The results were however disputed by Raila Odinga the National Super Alliance Presidential candidate who […]

Resources Exploitation in the Name of Development Projects

Media outlets reported on Bill Gates recent visit to Tanzania, where the Bill & Melinda Gate Foundation set aside 777 billion Tsh to finance development projects in agriculture, health and Information Communication Technology (ICT) in the country. Comment: The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation announced that the donation aims at reducing infant mortality rates, malaria […]

Shun Violence Embrace Islam

According to media and various commissions’ reports pursuing election matters in Kenya reveal that currently Kenyans are worried and nervous about the possibility of emergence of chaos. This is as a result of utterances, wrangles and threats from all political camps and national institutions on how the August 2017 elections will be administered. Every side […]

How can the Increase in Taxes and the Rise of Commodities and Services Improve People’s Life?!

The Minister of Finance (Al-Rakaabi) assures the concern of his ministry regarding the increase of revenues for the sake of achieving the general objectives and to better people’s life. Directing the ones that take care of taxes, when he visited them, to broaden the tax canopy with the goal of increasing the linkage. Demanding the […]

Democracy: We Are Fed Up!

It is about two months before we go for the 2017 Kenya’s general elections. This will be the election to the twelfth parliament and as usual tribal coalitions under the umbrella of political parties have been formed where principals of these coalitions disperse money deceiving masses by urging them to participate in the elections. Before […]

Sudan Parliament Defies Allah and His Messenger in the Month of Ramadan Allowing Riba Instead of Repentance and Arbitration of Islam!!

The Parliament of Sudan approved, yesterday, a loan from the Arab Fund for Economic and Social Development, worth 51 million Kuwaiti Dinars, equivalent to 172 million USD, pretext of establishing Al-Baqir electric station, with a repayment period of 20 years, and an interest (Riba) rate of 2.5%.

Watery Diarrhea and the Fact that the State is Incapable of Caring for People’s Affairs!

The incidence of watery diarrhea in Sudan reached alarming rates in the White Nile State, the infection cases reached 4188, including 75 death cases. In the state of the Nile River, the area of Al-Greif witnessed 157 cases. In Khartoum state, the Ministry of Health revealed in a press briefing yesterday, on Tuesday, that the […]