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Kamal Abdel-Ma’Rouf | Kamal Marof

Name: Kamal Abdel-Ma’Rouf | Kamal Marof

Rank: Major General

Position: Commander-in-Chief of the "Heglig Liberation Operation" conducted by the Sudan Armed Forces (SAF) in April 2012 against South Sudan’s army (SPLA) to retake the oil region after a 10-day SPLA occupation.

Abdel-Ma’Rouf was one of those reported to have been arrested on 22 November 2012 in reponse to an alleged "sabotage attempt". However, later that Sudan army spokesperson Al-Sawarmi Khalid Sa’ad denied that Abdel-Ma’Rouf was arrested and disclosed that he is currently in South Kordofan.



 
 

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