Amid the escalation of war operations in Sudan between the army forces and the Rapid Support Forces, which reached a dangerous stage, which forced many countries to evacuate their nationals, two Egyptian political experts warned of the danger of the stage that Khartoum is going through, which threatens to divide the country into mini-states, stressing that this poses a threat to security. Arab nationalist.
Dr. Amani Al-Taweel, advisor to Al-Ahram Center for Political and Strategic Studies and an expert in African affairs, did not rule out dividing Sudan into states, starting with the Darfur region, which is rich in natural resources and whose population is close to 6 million, most of whom are Sunni Muslims.
The advisor of the Al-Ahram Center told Okaz that the stationing of the Rapid Support Forces, led by Hamad Hamdan Dagalo “Hamidti” in the Darfur region now, confirms what we warn of, despite the victories achieved by the army led by Abdel-Fattah Al-Burhan in the capital, Khartoum, adding: Sudan has strategic importance for Egypt. Because of its control over the amount of water, it is also one of the countries bordering and controlling the Red Sea, and any hostile political regime in Sudan is a threat to Arab national security.
Al-Taweel attributed the failure of all initiatives between the two parties to the conflict, to several reasons, including the determination of each party to defeat the other, while the international mediation that enjoys Arab and American support continues, especially that Saudi Arabia is working in a broader context to resolve the crisis.
For his part, Dr. Ahmed Aliba, an expert in Arab affairs at the Al-Ahram Studies Center, told Okaz: Sudan is a difficult African environment, in terms of divisions and coups, and Sudan itself was divided in 2011, and the parties to Sudan are currently unstable, such as the Darfur region, where the security situation is. It is dangerous, and the Kordofan region and the states of eastern Sudan are all very fragile central regions, and the survival centers in them are for the strongest.
Aleiba explained to “Okaz” that the general situation in Sudan has entered a very dangerous and ambiguous phase, and resolving the power struggle has become in need of international and regional pressure. , warning of the danger of the weakness of the Sudanese state; As this will be the reason for the entry of extremist groups into their lands.