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Al-Degair says, “Because the martyrs did not leave their dream unguarded, but left behind comrades who keep it within the walls of their hearts and strive to achieve it with an unbreakable will.”
The head of the Sudanese Congress Party, Omar Yousef Al-Digair, described the murder of university student Mohamed Magdy Taha as a heinous crime.
This came in a post on his official page, Friday, which was viewed by “Bagh News”.
Omar Al-Daqeer said, “Muhammad’s biography says that he was a good, decent boy with his parents and family and interested in the issues of his country. He also excelled in his studies until he qualified for admission to the distinguished American MIT University in the world.”
He continued, “From there, he did not stop paying attention to the issues of his homeland and contributing to the movement of the revolution and resisting the coup. He – like his comrades who were martyred in the arenas of peaceful demonstration – had a dream of a free homeland and a dignified life, and they had a firm determination to build the dream homeland on the foundations of freedom, peace and justice.”
Al-Daqeer pointed out that whoever turns the pages of the calendar of the ten solstice months will find them dyed the color of blood.
And he added, “But all this bleeding must stop and all this suffering must go away, and the dream country must be.”
On Friday, the son of the CEO of Sudani Telecom, Mohamed Magdy Mohamed Abdullah, was killed by Nizami near the International Nile Club of the General Intelligence Service in Khartoum.