The Sudanese refuse to give up their fight for freedom

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Al-Araby

It has been almost three whole weeks since a Sudanese person on the streets of Khartoum or Al-Fashir has had access to the internet. Since the October 25 military coup, Sudan’s populace has been effectively cut off from the world and each other, and nothing good happens when a military leadership isolates a population. Yet, despite the lack of phone and internet comms, the people push on, peacefully, valiantly, non-violently. They follow a schedule of resistance planned by their neighbourhood resistance committees that include, organised nationwide civil disobedience, barricade nights, and mil…

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