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Sudan’s spy chief in Qatar with a message from Bashir

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December 23, 2012 (KHARTOUM) – The Sudanese president Omer Hassan Al-Bashir today sent a written letter to Qatar’s Emir Hamad bin Khalifa Al-Thani, according to state media.

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Director of Sudan’s National Intelligence and Security Services Mohamed Atta Al-Mawla Abbas handing letter from president Omer Al-Bashir to the Emir of Qatar Hamad bin Khalifa Al-Thani in Doha December 23, 2012 (QNA)

The message was delivered by the director of Sudan’s National Intelligence and Security Services (NISS) Mohamed Atta Al-Mawla Abbas who met with the Qatari leader at his office in Doha.

The contents of the letter were not revealed except to say that it pertained to bilateral ties and ways of developing and enhancing them.

Abbas also briefed the Qatari Emir on the situation in Sudan and efforts exerted by Khartoum in different areas to achieve stability, security and development.

Al-Thani on his end reaffirmed his country’s support to Sudan and personal attention he gives to developments occurring in the East African nation expressing Qatar’s continuous willingness to back Khartoum’s efforts.

Video footage from Qatar’s state TV showed Sudan’s spy chief being accompanied by two unidentified officials which did not include the Sudanese ambassador in Doha.

In the past messages from Bashir to the Qatari Emir were typically conveyed by Bashir’s advisers, foreign minister or parliamentary speaker. Dispatching the NISS chief may indicate the sensitive nature of the letter.

Qatar has been one of the few countries where Sudan enjoys relatively warm relations with. For years the rich Arab Gulf state has hosted peace talks between the Sudanese government and Darfur rebel groups which eventually resulted in signing of a peace accord in 2011.

Furthermore, Qatar also pledged $2 billion in the form of investments and purchases of government bonds to help its beleaguered economy reeling from the impact of losing the oil-rich south last year.

It was also revealed that Bashir underwent a throat surgery in Doha last August for later turned out to be a benign tumor according to the president’s brother.

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Qatar Emir recieves letter from Sudanese president

Sudan’s National Intelligence and Security Services (NISS) Mohamed Atta Al-Mawla Abbas delievered a letter from Sudanese president Omer Hassan al-Bashir to Qatar’s Emir Hamad bin Khalifa Al-Thani in Doha December 23, 2012 (Qatar TV)

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  • 24 December 2012 08:30, by Hardball

    The message to prince of Qatar is; we are broke/penniless/poor, help us with some money! why waste time to fooled people?

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    • 24 December 2012 09:12, by Kenyang

      LOOOOOOL!!! I can’t help laughing on your wordings.... Khartoum seems going down fast than they had imagined. Currently i believe a $1=8SDG, a three fold increased from last year when South Sudan walked a way and later shutdown its oil pipelines. They say those who live in glass house shouldn’t start throwing stones.....

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      • 24 December 2012 09:49, by Chol

        With all the mockeries we made about Sudan, now the Prince will actually feel sorry for Sudan that he is going to give them money and that’s going to be a good thing. We feel sorry as well for the innocents Sudanese and not the killers. We should not paint everybody with a wide brush but we don’t believe the innocents will get the money either.

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    • 25 December 2012 15:48, by Baring

      the massage is very clear it containe in three topics
      1- Bashir Medical Bills are not being pay they were asking for sometime to be giving becouase Kiir dont give them transit fee yet.
      2- Kill the Darfur leaders when they come to your country.
      3- Dont help South Sudan because they are not Arab.

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    • 24 June 08:19, by vezlo

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  • 24 December 2012 08:33, by Aaban

    Coward criminals looking for help, you are now left naked with low protection, were will you hid coward? We will sell your belongings in the near future, so bad for those who sold their soul to evil, the dying criminal leader is nowhere to be seen, why? Due to his criminals activities, I’m not a fan of death but his death will be a blessing to our ppl,

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    • 24 December 2012 08:46, by South South

      Begging for money, what can we expect from Khartoum, Sudan is on the brink of collapse economically. Poor country like Sudan must beg to live. Well, this kind of way will not continue for more than 10 years. Poor, poor and poor.

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  • 24 December 2012 08:53, by Hardball

    I don’t think Bashir worry very much about his potential death but he is very worry about the hell fire awaiting him from all the innocents people that he killed and the way he will be confronted by all the people he kill before he go into hell fire.

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  • 24 December 2012 09:05, by Tutbol

    Oil money can make the insignicant nations everybody’s uncle! Qatar often hired the West most evil mercenaries to terrorise other nations & now their West cabals have even adopted its propaganda network, the Aljazeera TV & these clowns think everyone is their fool! If it is clever enough, it is better to keep its evil agenda to itself & her UK evil friend, no one wants their slick terrorism.

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    • 24 December 2012 09:17, by South South

      Sudan is going down to the hell, poor country which is facing many front civil wars will be brought to its knee soon. 5 Sudan countries are very possible soon ( Nuba Mountains and blue Nile country, Darfur country, East Sudan country, Nuba in North Sudan country, then a few fake penguins will be left poor and empty,}. Iam laughing big because South Sudan is the cause to these problems of Sudan.

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    • 24 December 2012 09:35, by Tutbol

      Our govt must take extra vigilant to keep an eye of these evil nations activities. Because these evils think they can terrorise themselves in to be wanted. They are not wanted & they will never be wanted with their devilic exports whatsoever. Their riches aren’t everybody’s taste. It will not surprise anyone if the upheavals in Jonglei & Western Bhar el gazeles weren’t these evil nations evokings!

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    • 24 December 2012 11:03, by 4Justice

      Tutbol,

      The current ruler of Qatar was reportedly put into power with the help of the British MI6. Al-Jazeera has long been a British MI6 propaganda machine In typical fashion, they established themselves as a contrarian viewpoint to mainstream news but quickly became pro ’Muslim Brotherhood’. Al Jazeera is a sophisticated multi-dimensional system of dis-info designed to manipulate public opinion by setting up a a false paradigm dialectical battle. Al-Jazeera has recruited a number of former BBC journalists believed to have strong connections to the British MI6.

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  • 24 December 2012 09:18, by Chol

    Where are our Sudanese opposition friends to tell us their point of view? We can’t wait to hear from them! What was the true intention of the memo to Qatari Prince? We know our Sudanese friends, they always tell the truth! The joke here is neither deliberate nor unintentionally delivered.

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    • 24 December 2012 11:46, by EES Kingmaker

      Sudan Govt. remains manipulative so long the opposition is weak, disorganized and power hungry to the core. Bashir’s survival comes from NCP/NIF Islamic agenda’s soft display. Small countries like Qatar have their interests pegged on their investment empire and spread of security, economic and political multi-lateral tentacles. That is a pan-Islamic or Arab plan in nature. RSS needs to watch out!

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    Dear South Sudanese I sort this message of Qatari Leader from President Ohmar Hassen Aljerima he is the letter for his burrial , because he believe that he will die for Coug , Just he need help for moneys to Support his health.

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