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Abdel Rahim Mohamed Hussein

Date of Birth: 1949
Place of Birth: in or around Dankla in Karma city in North Khartoum


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The plot thickens

Abdel Rahim Mohamed Hussein, Field Marshal Omer’s close ally and fellow International Criminal Court indictee...


Juba runs out of patience

In his place went his close ally and fellow indictee of the International Criminal Court, Defence Minister Abdel Rahim Mohamed Hussein...


Opposition turns up the heat

In late January, some 700 SAF officers warned Field Marshal Omer el Beshir and Defence Minister Abdel Rahim Mohamed Hussein (indicted on 1 March on 41 counts of war crimes and crimes against humanity) that the armed forces were in no state to confront their South Sudanese counterpart, the Sudan People’s Liberation Army (SPLA), and were losing against SRF forces in the Two Areas (South Kordofan and Blue Nile)...


The future is military

Massive pictures of the President, Field Marshal Omer Hassan Ahmed el Beshir, and the Defence Minister, General Abdel Rahim Mohamed Hussein (now also wanted by the International Criminal Court), stare down, in uniform and unsmiling, at the dusty streets...


Hosting Hamas

On 12 April, the official Sudan News Agency said Defence Minister Abdel Rahim Mohamed Hussein had claimed Israel had received help ‘from within’, implying another crackdown...


Crisis cabinets

Other military-security figures, apart from Field Marshal Omer himself, include his close buddy, Air Force General Abdel Rahim Mohamed Hussein, reappointed Defence Minister...


Omer the outlaw

Abdel Rahim Mohamed Hussein, threatened to 'attack' the ICC...


The drones club

Last September, Defence Minister Abdel Rahim Mohamed Hussein had declared that Sudan manufactured drones, would soon produce ‘missiles’ and now ‘ranks third’ in ‘military industrialisation’ in Africa, after Egypt and South Africa...


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Beyond the borders

President Idriss said this month that Chad was at war with Sudan, and Sudan's Defence Minister, Lieutenant General Abdel Rahim Mohamed Hussein, said on 7 February that his forces 'could destroy Ndjamena within 24 hours'...


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