Derweil im Sudan30. Januar 2011, von aus dem Netz
Reports coming in of an anti-Government demonstration in Sudan. A participant, who says there were up to a 100 protesters, sends the meesage, “Riot police attacked us. Numbers started to build up. Protesters are spreading into smaller groups in internal streets.”
Thousands of Sudanese youth and university students have recently been joining a Facebook event page calling for mass protests starting today, January 30th. And it looks like the protests have indeed begun, and are underway as indicated by the pictures being uploaded right now on the Facebook protest page .
Und hier ihre Forderungen:
The people of Sudan will not remain silent anymore, It is about time we demand our rights and take what’s ours in a peaceful demonstration that will not involve any acts of sabotage, We will demonstrate against the rising of the prices, the corruption, unemployment and all false practices of the government such as violence against women and lashing them in ways that breaks all laws of religions and humanity and the violation of minorities rights.
… our brothers in Tunisia did it and so did our brothers in Egypt. It is about time for us