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Sudan

Dr Khalil Ibrahim

Date of Birth: 1957
Died: 23/12/2011


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The commanders confer

Khalil Ibrahim Mohamed's JEM has been very vocal here, not surprisingly since it is left out of most other fora...


The real rebels

The NRF leadership is still open: a temporarily rotating chair allows Abdel Wahed, who has problems with JEM leader Khalil Ibrahim Mohamed, to decide whether to join or not: 'He changes his mind three times an hour', complained a close observer...

Khalil Ibrahim is not widely acceptable in Darfur because of his Islamist image, government links and the perception of an ethnic Zaghawa agenda...


The forces in Darfur's war

Justice and Equality Movement (JEM): seen as Islamist, linked to NIF founder Hassan Abdullah el Turabi and ex-NIF minister Ali el Haj Mohamed; Zaghawa-based; led by lawyer, Black Book author and former NIF State Minister involved in the South, Khalil Ibrahim Mohamed...

National Redemption Front (NRF): founded 30 June 2006 in rejection of DPA; NRF combines G-19 (Khamis Abdullah), Sudan Federal Democratic Alliance and JEM (Khalil Ibrahim)...


After Darfur's deal

The G19 appears to be a key element of the newly formed National Redemption Front (NRF), founded in Asmara, Eritrea, on 30 June by Dr Khalil Ibrahim Mohamed, the leader of Justice and Equality Movement, which also refused to sign the DPA, former Darfur Governor Ahmed Ibrahim Diraige, Dr Sharif Harir of the Sudan Federal Democratic Alliance and Khamis Abdalla Abakar, former deputy Chairman of Abdel Wahed's faction...


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Déby hangs on

His brother Dawsa Déby and half-brother Timane Déby, along with Tom and Timane Erdimi (the pillars of his regime until 2004), are close to Minni Arkou Minnawi's wing of the Sudan Liberation Army and, especially, to Khalil Ibrahim Mohamed's JEM...


On the frontline

In late January, some Darfur insurgent groups (Khalil Ibrahim Mohamed's Justice and Equality Movement, Minni Arkou Minnawi's wing of the Sudan Liberation Movement/Army - both Zaghawa-dominated - plus smaller groups) signed an alliance in N'Djamena, hoping to protect themselves by helping Déby...


Crime and no punishment

In Paris, he threw away the political high-ground he'd earned by criticising the NIF by holding talks with Khalil Ibrahim Mohamed, head of the Justice and Equality Movement, who has asylum in France...


East of the border

He says he left JEM (where he was once deputy to its Chairman, Khalil Ibrahim Mohamed) after he was ordered to the Nuba Mountains last April, when NIF former boss Hassan Abdullah el Turabi was rearrested for an alleged coup attempt...


West of the border

Déby seems to hope the NMRD will undermine the JEM, whose absentee Zaghawa leader is Khalil Ibrahim Mohamed, also from Tine...

Khalil Ibrahim, who enjoys political asylum in France, was refused, on French Foreign Ministry instructions, we hear, the travel document he needed...


Good neighbours, bad neighbours

The rival Zaghawa Kobe group is the main base of Sudan's rebel Justice and Equality Movement, led by Khalil Ibrahim Mohamed, which blames Déby for its losses and for the displacement of tens of thousands of Zaghawa on both sides of the frontier...


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