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World Sudan-Israel deal is "bogus", says Iran

15:30  24 october  2020
15:30  24 october  2020 Source:   pressfrom.com

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The US has brokered a peace deal between Sudan and Israel “In light of this historic progress, and following President Trump’s decision to remove Sudan from the State Sponsors of Terrorism list, the United States and Israel agreed to partner with Sudan in its new start and ensure that it is fully

SUDAN-ISRAEL-NORMALIZATION-IRAN: Sudan-Israel deal is "bogus", says Iran

L'ACCORD ENTRE LE SOUDAN ET ISRAËL EST © Reuters / Morteza Nikoubazl AGREEMENT BETWEEN SUDAN AND ISRAEL IS "BIN", SAYS IRAN

(Reuters) - Agreement reached by Sudan and Israel to normalize diplomatic relations is "bogus" and was obtained through a "ransom", declared the Iranian foreign ministry on Saturday.

"Pay sufficient ransom, close your eyes to crimes against Palestinians and you will be removed from the so-called 'terrorism blacklist'," read the ministry's Twitter account. "This list is obviously as bogus as the United States' fight against terrorism. Shameful."

Sudanese strains surface as U.S. pressure triggers debate on Israel

  Sudanese strains surface as U.S. pressure triggers debate on Israel Sudanese strains surface as U.S. pressure triggers debate on IsraelKHARTOUM (Reuters) - U.S. pressure on Sudan to normalise ties with former adversary Israel has stirred public debate on a topic that was long taboo, exposing splits that could complicate any swift settlement of a deal.

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Sudan and Israel agreed on Friday to begin the normalization of their diplomatic relations after an American mediation.

Donald Trump, who will run for a new term on November 3, obtained this agreement during a telephone interview with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Sudanese government chief Abdalla Hamdok and President of the Transitional Council Abdel Fattah al Bourhan, according to members of the US administration.

Sudan thus becomes the third Arab country to agree to normalize its relations with Israel after the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain.

(Dubai editorial staff, French version Patrick Vignal)

Sudanese split over normalising relations with Israel .
Sudan's move to normalise relations with Israel has laid bare deep splits within society, with some bashing the deal as betrayal and others as a way to rescue the devastated economy. The move -- announced Friday -- came shortly after US President Donald Trump declared that Washington was formally moving to delist Sudan as a state sponsor of terrorism, a designation that strangled Khartoum's economy for decades. But the announcement revealed divisions between political forces in Sudan, currently undergoing a rocky transition since the April 2019 ouster of strongman Omar al-Bashir following mass protests against his three-decade rule.

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