Sudanese as cheap mercenaries and scapegoat for the Emirate and Saudi defeats in Yemen
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2017-05-14 02:39:56

Sudanese as cheap mercenaries and scapegoat for the Emirate and Saudi defeats in Yemen


Sudanese troops of mercenaries fighting in a war of moral bankruptcy, as a bull blowing in a foreign land in return for no food or water.

Sudanese Janjaweed as cheap mercenary’s troops they are always a disadvantage Emirati lost the battle in Mokha and now is the Saudi turn in Midi. Under the striking ruthless hands of the Yemeni army and popular forces suffer a heavy casualties. Theses Sudanese mercenaries in their moral and ethical fall fighting for Omar Al-Bashir, the war criminal persecuted by The Hague criminal court for perhaps his name may be crossed out of the black-last most wanted international criminals in addition to business ventures in UAE investing their blood and money in his filthy personal financial gains.

In an attempt to achieve any breakthrough and make-up for the daily heavy casualties and damage, Saudi Arabia resort to the use of Sudanese troops on the cross-border fronts, namely in Midi front in the north-west of Yemen. Saudis are following suit after UAE’s in recruiting Sudanese mercenaries in their battles in the south and in Mokha. Saudis started using Sudanese for the first time last month, and now the fourth battalion enters in the trenches fighting the Saudi war. Saudi Arabia deployed Sudanese troops in Midi and Haradh fronts at the end of last month, and the fourth Sudanese battalionjusts joined a few days ago.

Al Saud believed naively the US narrative of delusional victories, the Emiratis are making in Mokha heavily drawing on Sudanese mercenaries on ground battles. It is a victory in the language of psychological warfare propaganda where victory means “defeat”.

Al Saud in their losing military adventures having no experience in wars or humanity with foolish and boorish immature deputy crown prince squandering Saudi money on wars and buying useless arms. According to many observers of the Yemeni issue, the failure of the coalition forces in the Midi front had negative impact on the Saudi presence in the coast fronts in general, amid rumors of the Saudi annoyance of US praise on the UAE role that Washington considers successful while Saudi-led fronts suffer recurrent failures. However, information sources believe that the Muslim Brotherhood are behind the moves of pushing more Sudanese forces to the northern cross-border fronts, based on their historic strong mutual relations with the regime of Omar Al-Bashir.

The Sudanese forces have suffered heavy losses in the violent confrontations Mokha, Zubab and Al-Amri, and recently in the Taiz distillery, where the task on those fronts was assigned to Sudanese mercenaries as well as terrorist ISIS Salafist and other southern provinces. The stumbling block of the coalition forces in the western regions of Taiz led to withdrawing their senior officers and field commanders to Aden and Abu Dhabi.

For Khartoum participation in the war against Yemen, it was offered many privileges including crossing out from the list of countries supporting terrorism, grants, financial aid, political support, and Gulf and Western promises. Recently, Kuwait, UAE, Saudi Arabia and Qatar proposed recruiting Sudanese workers in the medical field. Recently, the Sudanese Army Chief of Staff took part in the summit meetings of AFRICOM’s Chiefs of Staff, the first time Sudan has ever participated

According to Sudanese opposition sources, President Al-Bashir and some of his relative have large commercial projects in the UAE underlying Gulf disregard for the ICC decision to arrest al-Bashir on charges of war crimes in his country.

As Sudan is the only country that pushed largest number of ground forces while other countries such as Egypt, Jordan and Pakistan declined to send ground troops, limited their role maritime and air combat. Sudanese forces, according to unofficial source are about 7,000 soldiers deployed in camps in Aden and Lahj, including battalions at Al-Anad military base. The number could reach 15,000, given Sudanese president Al-Bashir being keen to send more troops to Yemen in exchange for financial and political support.

Khartoum’s eagerness to offer their troops as scapegoat in Yemen was the only choice Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates tried in vain to get Egyptian ground troops or special units from Jordanian and Moroccan armies. However, because UAE couldn’t enlist officers and soldiers from US security companies and after suffering a high death toll under “Toshka” on Safer in Marib, Sudanese were the only available mercenaries to be engaged in military confrontations.


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