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Sudan

Dr Hassan Abdullah el Turabi

Date of Birth: 01/02/1932
Place of Birth: Kassala, Eastern Sudan
Died: 05/03/2016


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The state cracks

Professor Abdalla is an Islamic scholar and veteran Islamist who was part of Omer el Beshir’s regime till the 1999 split and later presidential candidate for Hassan Abdullah el Turabi’s Popular Congress Party...


Saving Field Marshal Omer

Ali Osman Mohamed Taha, 69, lead negotiator of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA) and for years deputy to Islamist guru Hassan Abdullah el Turabi, resigned as First Vice-President to ‘make way for younger people’...


End of Salvation

In the idiomatic English of a United States education and a long spell at the London Embassy, he argued that ‘agreement is emerging with two of the big parties’, the Umma Party and Democratic Unionist Party, and ‘hopefully the PCP’, Hassan el Turabi’s Popular Congress Party...


Omer needs friends

The coming government reshuffle could bring back two pariahs: Hassan Abdullah el Turabi’s faction and former security chief Salah Mohamed Abdullah ‘Gosh’, who was arrested last November but freed on 10 July...


Tactics but no strategy

In the wings stand the Islamic Movement as well as Hassan el Turabi’s followers, who are now officially in opposition...


Rifts in the regime

Further in the wings are Hassan Abdullah el Turabi’s Popular Congress Party (PCP), now backing the opposition but seen by many as a Trojan horse...


'Cruel and inhumane'

They started under 1983’s ‘September laws’, when Hassan el Turabi was President Ja’afar Nimeiri’s Attorney General...


Khartoum in a corner

Hassan Abdullah el Turabi is the godfather of constitutional Sharia in Sudan, first under President Ja’afar Mohamed Nimeiri and then after his NIF seized power in 1989...


Sadig calls for regime change

El Sadig also attended a meeting in England on 14 November with Yasir Saeed Arman, Secretary General of the Sudan Revolutionary Front; Ali el Haj Mohamed of Hassan Abdullah el Turabi’s Popular Congress Party; and his own cousin, Nasr el Din el Hadi el Mahdi, Deputy SG of the SRF and then Co-Deputy SG of the Umma (AC Vol 52 No 21, Opposition on the march)...


Target Khartoum

The government has hosted both Hamas and Hezbollah since the guru of the NCP (then called the National Islamic Front, NIF), Hassan Abdullah el Turabi, and Mustafa Osman Ismail set up the People’s Arab Islamic Conference in Khartoum in 1991 (AC Vol 41 No 13, Hall of mirrors)...


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