Rebel Movements and S. Sudan... Loss of Trust in Case Security Issues with Khartoum Resolved
The regimes of the countries bordering Sudan have had a prominent role in escalating the crisis of Darfur for years. Absence of any of these regimes results in a lot of stability and security for the people of Darfur who suffered immensely from war. The Sudanese Chadian agreement is an example of that, an agreement according to which each party halted their support for the rebellion movements of the other country, the head of the Justice and Equality Movement (JEM) was told to leave Chad having been considered as persona non grata, and a joint border monitoring force, the latter has had a huge impact in cutting supply lines from the rebels resulting in security and stability in Darfur.
As a result Khalil Ibrahim, head of JEM, and his movement resorted to the Darfur's Western neighboring country, Libya, where they were received by its President, but the Libyan regime was ousted by the an Islamist revolution during which the Libyan President and many affiliates of JEM were killed, a revolution after which Dr. Khalil Ibrahim slipped back into Darfur. Meanwhile France expelled Abd alwahid Mohammed Noor out of the country and Mani Arco Minawi broke out of the Abuja Agreement, an agreement according to its provisions he was appointed the Senior Presidential Assistant. In the wake of these events Juba, capital of South Sudan that has recently become an independent country, offered refuge to all three of them in stunt described as a cat's paw role in ploy to implement the agenda of the forces hostile to Sudan. In the camps and military bases of South Sudan high ranking officials in the South Sudanese People's Army and Officers from the Israeli Mossad were assigned to training the fighters of the rebel movements to employ them in a war through which the government of South Sudan aims at overthrowing the government in Khartoum to realize the dream of establishing a new Sudan according to their allegations. The fighters of the rebel movements were later used as mercenaries in occupying Heglig, but the personal interests of the leaders of the Darfuri Movements and their allies in what is known as North Sector of SPLM led to disputes between them upon the occupation of Heglig. This came into light as one of the leaders of JEM taking part in the meetings of the alliance of the rebel movements known as the Revolutionary Front Alliance in Kampala, discussed the flaring disputes between them and the field leaders who heisted the cars of the oil companies and used them for their personal use instead of selling them and exploiting the money gained for solving the financial problems of the movements. In addition to that the leaders of the Darfuri Movements think that the government of South Sudan will not hesitate to abandon them in case the security issues were resolved in the current negotiations with the government of Sudan, an event that will lead to annihilation of the movements' military future, driving them back on the ground, and may be eventually eradicating them.
By Suleiman Abdallah, 04/06/2012