الحمد لله الأنصاريات في كل ميادين الجهاد
عاشت الأقلام الحرة
Wise words of William Wallace to his Scottish soldiers before battle and very fitting still in the 21st century and forever!: \"Aye, fight and you may die. Run, and you\'ll live... at least a while. And dying in your beds, many years from now, would you be willin\' to trade ALL the days, from this day to that, for one chance, just one chance, to come back here and tell our enemies that they may take our lives, but they\'ll never take... OUR FREEEEEEEDOOOOOOM!\"
One of the reasons that 1924 failed was that the two Sayyids sided with the British against it. They issued a satement calling the revolutionaries ( Ri3a3 wa Dahmaa) because the independant stance of the revolutionaries threatned the control they claimed over represntation of the sudanese and hence undermined their negotiating position against the two colonial powers not to mention the racial and social bias involved in evaluating the leaders of 1924. I do agree that a paste and copy approach can not work, however, that should inform the position of the Umma party or in this case all \'\'older\" opposition parties. They should undermine the youth revolution inorder to enhance thier bargaining position against the NCP.This is is not an idealistic request but is a strategic advice to ensure the medium and long term interests of these parties. If they loose the support of the youth they would greatly limit their chances of gaining political power rather than gain new and wider support basis . The Sudanese people despite thier apparent apathy have already judged the NCP as a reject. If the Umma or any other party sides withthe NCP they may at best gain some short term gain such as ministerial postions or a bit of political maneauvering space but the NCP or at worst be toyed with. The NCP tends to concentrate power in its hands and for it any alliance is short term ending with overcoming a difficult patch. Eventually, the Umma would be lumped with the NCP in the minds of the people and deemed irrelevantin any post NCP world. TheUmma may be hoping that it could use its relationship with the NCP in the same manner the SPLM seperatist elemnts used it to snatch thier new country from the NCP. Yet,The Umma is not the same position. The Umma should follow your advice for the protesters and make itself aware of the difference rather than depend on a wishful analysis of its position in Sudanese politics of 2011
المقال جيد جدا وكذلك توضيح المقارنة بما سبق وكتب من اخرين عن مايجرى فى تونس لايمكن ان يحدث فى مصر وقد حصل بالفعل يفضح بعض الصحفين ذو الخبرة بان اراءئهم غير حرة فى الكتابة مثل ماهو موجود من البعض فى مصر وبلاد اخرى