By: Ahmed Alhaj (Site Admin)
The world is never the same since September 11. The geopolitical spectrum of the globe has changed for ever and it will take quite some time before the page is turned over, and a new page than that of September 11 and the ensuring repercussions, horrendous as they were, is opened.
But it seems that what is needed now more anything else is to, through working at various levels; try to understand what happened and why it happened, by way of attempting, through various contributions, to avert recurrence and to uproot the causes. One of the means to do so is to expose the infested wounds to clear fresh air and to purge the dead skin, allowing a healthy surface.
It is within this context that we will devote this second issue of Sudanow to topics related to those events. We will focus on the social aspects, and allow those persons we have interviewed to talk about themselves and their families. It will draw and reflect the humane aspects and the suffering of those persons, their background and let reader answer our question: are they terrorist.
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KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - The postal service “Sudapost” has inaugurated nine stamps in commemoration of and faithfulness for the December Revolution’s symbols. The stamps’ inauguration was carried out on the occasion of the 65th anniversary of Sudan’s independence and the 2nd anniversary of the December 2018 Revolution. Some of the stamps were meant to immortal...More
KHARTOUM (Sudanow) — Harsh treatment of children can sometimes lead to catastrophic consequences, like what happened to the girl Esra’a in this story. As told to Sudanow by Zahra’a Mohammad Alarabi, the girl Esra’a was one day brought to her family’s home by son of her sister Fatima who worked as a policeman. He said the girl was found stray and was brought to the police station by a bus...