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02 August, 2020
KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - The dates soft drink ‘sharboat’ has been part of the Eid Aladha (Qurban Bairam, the second religious festival of Islam) menu for centuries now.
KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - The incident in which young men from the resistance committees that back the government were to bully and jeer sovereign state member General Shamseddin Kabbashi when he was on a dinner invitation at the home of a journalist known for his support for the defunct regime had received lots o....More
12 July, 2020
KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - With a very rare language aptitude, photographic memory, a high self-esteem that did not affect his scholarly humility in any way and , further and above, his pride about his national identity as a Sudanese. That was Professor Abdallah Altayeb, whose 17th memory his students, lovers and admirers are commemorating nowadays. For the common man Professor Abdallah Altayeb is that learned sheikh who used to present a simple interpretation of the Holy Koran at half past seven P.M every day, a practice the national radio still keeps regularly to date. All the series of the same program were borrowed and c...
05 July, 2020
02 August, 2020
KHARTOUM (Sudanow) – Following is a third example of the great Sudanese poet Mustafa Sanad’s poems: (Sanad (1939-2009), as one critic said, came to poetry and found it the true medium for his soul. His poetic genius had never faded away; never set on the pursuit of nothingness. His spirit was perpetually reaching out to faith and divine attachment). Weeping At The Doors Of African Granada From the golden rhythms of a drum, wounding the nigh...
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KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - It is with grief and feeling of bitter sadness that Sudanow and its staff mourn Mohamed Ali Saeed, an outstanding journalist, editor and translator. Mohamed Ali Saeed who passed away on Monday the 3rd of August 2020, was a dear friend and a colleague who contributed articles and press pickups for Sudanow since it has come on line. The magazine was honored to publish...More
KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - It is in human nature and in all religions to treat orphans with kindness and to look after them until they grow up and depend on themselves. It is also always inhuman to maltreat orphans or at least ignore them. It is in the teachings of Islam that those who usurp the property of orphans are destined to hell, “will eat fire in their stomachs,” as the Holy Koran has judged. Vice versa, if someone take...