The US administration appointed Donald Booth, former US envoy to Sudan and South Sudan, as Special Envoy for Sudan. Booth together with US Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs, Tibor Nagy, arrived on Wednesday, 12 June 2019, and met with the Military Council and the Forces of the Declaration of Freedom and Change after […]
The European Union (EU) Mission in Nairobi has unveiled a new embassy making Kenya the seat of its second largest foreign mission in the world after London. Furthermore, the EU High Representative Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, Federica Mogherin said, “We see Kenya as not only a gateway to the region and to Africa but […]
On May 9, 2019, the Head of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Tanzania (ELCT), Dr. Bishop Fredrick Shoo, made strong remarks blaming arrogance of the political leaders in their day to day serving of public. (The citizen)
The problem of drinking water in the city of Al Qadarif [El Gedaref] is the problem of the failure of the defunct regime to solve it. When the crisis worsened this year, at the beginning of the summer, people came out in protests demanding the provision of water in most neighborhoods of the city, most […]
The 3rd Anti-Corruption Conference was organized on Saturday, 27/04/2019, under the sponsorship of the Judicial Forum on Law, Justice and Security, in cooperation with the Union of Judges of the Court of Accountancy and the Tunisian Anti-Corruption Association. During the discussion, officials from Hizb ut Tahrir / Wilayah of Tunisia participated with two comments:
The British Government has now sponsored a Sh60 million anti-terrorism centre in the coastal City of Mombasa. Speaking at the Coast for the groundbreaking of the Anti-Terror Police Unit Centre at the Coast Police Headquarters, British High Commissioner to Kenya Nic Hailey said the UK is committed in helping Kenya fight terrorism to protect both […]
The latest audit report in Tanzania has further exposed that in capitalist ideology which adopts a criterion of interest, the issue of combating corruption and graft remains to be an empty statement with no reality even some individuals within the system claim to be serious in its engagement. The reality is you cannot be able […]
In the wake of the tragic incident in the area of Sabala in Sidi Bouzid, which resulted in the death of 7 female farm workers and 5 male workers and the injury of about 21 others. Considering that one day ago it was preceded by a similar incident in Kairouan, and in the evening by […]
In the past three days, the US Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs Makila James has held a wide-ranging round of talks in Khartoum, where she met with the President of the Military Council, Abdul Fattah Al-Burhan, in addition to the leaders of the Forces for Freedom and Change and informed them that […]
We, Hizb ut Tahrir / Wilayah of Tunisia have warned before against the law of the local communities and the municipal elections. We said then that the law and those elections are meant to further tear the country apart and turn it into municipalities with wider powers under the so-called local government. Which will divide […]
There is no difference in the scene of the conflict in Sudan and that in Algeria. In both cases, the scene is similar to what happened in Egypt in terms of the keenness of a handful of military officers to install the pillars of the regime that enabled them to control the necks of the […]
Tanzanian President John Pombe Magufuli has openly advising one of his ministers to smoke marijuana, if that is what is required to be able to confront ‘lazy’ contractors dragging government projects.
The injustice imposed on society was not to exclude women, rather, they suffer the injustice and oppression, as do men, in addition women were subjected to endure the responsibility of going out all day to work as a result of deteriorated living conditions, and then return to assume the responsibility of the house as well. […]
Within hours of the ousting of Sudan’s former president in a military coup, Reuters reported, on the 12th April, that “The United Nations human rights office called on Sudan on Friday to cooperate with the International Criminal Court (ICC), which issued an arrest warrant for deposed President Omar al-Bashir for alleged war crimes nearly 15 […]
North Africa is in the midst of its Arab Spring as weeks of protests have seen the overthrow of long-term dictators. Many were disheartened at the outcome of the original Arab Spring that began back in 2011.Tunisia saw a full transition away from the former regime, only for An-Nahda to turn their back on Islamic […]
In a poorly produced and directed sitcom, the first Vice-President of the Republic, the Minister of Defense, General Awad bin Auf, announced that he had uprooted the regime and reserved al-Bashir after his arrest in a safe place. And appointing himself as the head of a military council whose members were not disclosed to date, […]
According to a New York Times article co-authored by their Cairo bureau chief, the former Guardian journalist Declan Walsh, headlined Sudan’s President Omar Hassan al-Bashir Is Ousted, but Not His Regime:
In a scene that expresses the vitality of this Ummah; the best nation that has been brought out to mankind, the crowds of youth that are revolting against oppression, who broke the barrier of fear from the human devils, the rulers, were able to penetrate all the defenses and security barriers and reached the gates […]
The security forces used live ammunition to disperse thousands of protesters in the vicinity of the Army Command Headquarters, resulting in the deaths and injuries among the demonstrators and the army. According to (Sudan Tribune, this morning, 9/4/2019), forces likely linked to security forces, on board about 14 pickup trucks, returned at 10 am, in […]
Military sources in Mali announced the arrest of five people on suspicion of involvement in a massacre that killed more than 160 people from the Fulani ethnic group in the center of the country, on Saturday, 23rd March. Hunters within the Dogon ethnic group, which has a long history of tension with the Fulani over […]
Nigeria, Africa’s largest economy and most populous nation has overtaken India and currently is having the highest level of extreme poverty globally! Kenya, East and Central Africa’s largest economy and trading hub has an estimated 17.6 million people in extreme poverty and currently an estimated 1.2 million Kenyans are at risk of death from famine. […]
The head of the African file in the Office of Religious Freedom at the US State Department held discussions in Khartoum on the situation of religious freedom in this country. On Thursday, Sarah Krish held a meeting at the Committee on Legislation, Justice and Human Rights in the Sudanese Parliament. According to a press release […]
The 30th ordinary Arab Summit will be held in Tunisia on Sunday, 31 March 2019. The agenda will include the Palestinian issue and its financial crisis, the Syrian crisis, the situation in Libya and Yemen, and the Iranian interference in the affairs of Arab countries. The Arab league spokesperson said that the summit in Tunis […]
A painful tragedy shook the public opinion in Tunisia last week! Fifteen infants died at Wassila Bourguiba Hospital according to official statistics and numbers are increasing. On Friday, March 15th, a spokesperson for the Tunisian Public Prosecutor’s Office said “the number of infants who died at Wassila Bourguiba Hospital was 15.” A disaster followed by […]
On 07/03/2019, Chairman of Tanzania’s main opposition party Chadema, Mr Freeman Mbowe alongside his co-accused Esther Matiko, a Chadema MP, were released on bail after winning an appeal against a contempt of court ruling. Both were freed after spending nearly four months in prison.
France’s President Emmanuel Macron has concluded his African visit in Kenya on 14 March 2019 after visiting Ethiopia and Djibouti as part of his latest charm to Africa. Mr. Macron pledged greater partnerships with Kenya’s administration in economic development efforts to improve the environment and to battle regional extremist violence.
Question: The protests that erupted for more than two months are still continuing to this day. Are they spontaneous due to the deteriorating economic conditions? Or is the reason for the demonstrations in Sudan the tension in relations between Khartoum and Washington after the visit of US Deputy Secretary of State, John Sullivan, to Khartoum […]
According to the Guardian: In the first line of Abdulaziz Bouteflika’s letter to the nation on Monday night, the Algerian president said the country was living through a sensitive stage of its history. On this, at least he and his compatriots are agreed.
On 9/3/2019, the Ministry of Health announced the deaths of 11 newborn children at the Maternity and Neonatal Center in Rabita. The Prime Minister authorized an investigation, the Health Minister resigned and Qaid Esebsi called the National Security Council for a meeting. The statements and explanations came from the political center and the officials showed […]
Tunisia’s health minister has resigned following the death of 11 babies at a maternity hospital in two days. Prime Minister Youssef Chahed said that he accepted the resignation of Abdul Raouf Cherif who was given the health portfolio late last year in a cabinet reshuffle.