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Dr Hassan Abdullah el Turabi

Date of Birth: 1 February 1932
Place of Birth: Kassala, Eastern Sudan
Died: 5 March 2016


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Oily alliances

In 2004 a senior Islamist told an AC source that the area concerned was an ‘Islamic’ oil area ‘reserved’ for Hassan el Turabi and his colleagues...


A good vote in Africa

The thrust of pre-NIF coup politics is indicated by the election of the two Sudan Communist Party leaders Mohamed Ibrahim Nugud and the late Izz el Din Ali Amr in Khartoum’s two richest constituencies and the failure of NIF leader Hassan Abdullah el Turabi to win a seat in Khartoum as other parties formed an alliance against him...


An election victory that widens the North-South gap

That will be the post-electoral challenge for the Consensus Forces which were unable to maintain their consensus enough even to boycott a poll they had all agreed was rigged in advance (including Hassan Abdullah el Turabi and his Popular Congress Party who surprised few by rejecting the boycott by the opposition of which he was theoretically part)...


Doubts over Darfur

Though JEM says it wants democracy and even sometimes political secularism many see it as ‘the armed wing of the Popular Congress Party’ – the PCP of Hassan Abdullah el Turabi...

However from SPLM to the Umma Party no one has forgotten that Hassan el Turabi was the real leader of a regime that killed or tortured tens of thousands of Sudanese...


Opposition in search of unity

Clerics gathered for the funeral of Episcopal Church of Sudan Bishop Joseph Marona Biringi on 25 September were astonished when Hassan el Turabi in town for the APPC arrived...


A return ticket for security chief Salah Gosh

' The Sudan Communist Party has also been declared 'infidel' which could be awkward since it is a leader of the new opposition alliance that includes the man who established Islamist rule Hassan Abdullah el Turabi...


Coup anniversary – 20 years of Islamist rule

As the Justice and Equality Movement (often known as 'Hassan el Turabi's armed wing') continues to be seen as the main rebel group the regime's godfather is a lurking presence whose return to the political frontline seems more possible after JEM's 2008 attack on the capital...

Hassan Abdullah el Turabi had failed to win a seat in Khartoum where the Sudan Communist Party won two...


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