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Head of Sudan’s largest party slams Trump and Israel deal

WorldNews Sunday, 25 October 2020
Head of Sudan’s largest party slams Trump and Israel dealCAIRO (AP) — Sudan’s former Prime Minister Sadiq al-Mahdi on Saturday slammed an announcement by President Donald Trump that Sudan would start normalizing ties with Israel. Al-Mahdi, who is the country’s last democratically elected premier and heads the country’s largest political party, said he withdrew from a government-organized religious conference on Saturday in the capital, Khartoum, in protest against Friday’s announcement. “This statement contradicts the Sudanese national law .. and contributes to the elimination of the peace project in the Middle East and to preparing for the ignition of a new war,” al-Mahdi said in a letter to the...
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