Muslim brotherhood comeback to Sudan : the turkey-Qatar game
After the fall of omar al bashir regime the Turkish Qatari alliance succeeded in penetrating Sudan again .
Khartoum obtained documented information from Cairo after the assassination attempt of Sudanese Prime Minister Abdullah Hamdouk, confirming the involvement of Doha and Ankara in sabotaging the situation, and extending the terrorist organizations presence there with plans to intervene in the presente situation in order to betray the transitional authority and prepare it for collapse.
The transitional authority leaders are trying to avoid entering into a confrontation with both Doha and Ankara, which play a major role in instability and support the radical movements financially and morally.
The Doha Ankara alliance exploited the transitional authorities’ preoccupation of the internally isolated regime and its neglect to the dangerous role played by external parties and the illegal activities practiced by Qatar and Turkey, which helped the Muslim Brotherhood to access to what may give it a place in power.
The transitional authorities’ inability to carry out the actual screening of beneficial and harmful forces made the task easy for Qatar and Turkey in preserving their former position in Sudan.
Doha and Ankara brought back the terrorist Brotherhood through their societal political tools and the export of non-local personalities to lead the public landscape .