HUDA PAR supports joint project signed by Ministry of National Education and Diyanet
Referring to important issues in the weekly internal and external agenda assessment, HUDA PAR stated that they support the joint projects signed by the Ministry of Education and Religious Affairs and they are ready to contribute to projects.
HUDA PAR Headquarters stated that they supported the studies of "The Hafiz Protocol Together with Formal Education Based on School-Qur'an Course Cooperative" signed between Ministry of National Education and Religious Affairs, evaluated that this project was an important step.
HUDA PAR released its weekly internal and external agenda assessment, discussed the ongoing tension in Sudan, the meeting of the Gulf Cooperation Council held in Mecca, and the joint project signed between the Presidency of Religious Affairs and Ministry of National Education.
The developments after the military coup in Sudan evaluated in weekly agenda.
Recalling that Omar al-Bashir has been ousted by a military coup in Sudan and nearly 100 civilians lost their lives in the events where protesters demanded a civil government, HUDA PAR continued:
"The UAE, Egypt and Saudi Arabia, which had secret talks with the Sudanese military junta after the military coup, set out various strategies to include Sudan in the anti-Iran, Qatar and Turkey bloc."
"The military junta has close relations with Saudi Arabia. Again, the connections of the junta leadership with the militia forces involved in the Darfur massacre are increasing the possibility of these forces being used in deepening the chaos in the country."
"The internal security problem will directly affect the transition process between the opposition forces and the junta administration in the country. The process will be carried out in favor of the names of the junta linked to the transition to a civilian administration by keeping the threat of terrorism and chaos alive."
"In fact, in Egypt, Saudi Arabia and the UAE operated a similar process, and the witch hunt for dissidents was launched and the administration was handed over to the junta. The same plan caused Libya to split into two parts, with General Hafter's support, Libya was dragged into civil war."
"Saudi Arabia's statement that ‘we will not allow civil war in Sudan’ indicates Sudan is threatened by an external intervention like Yemen. Saudi Arabia and the UAE after the Middle East, have ended the administration linked to Muslim Brotherhood that is allied with Turkey and Qatar in Egypt, Sudan, Algeria and Libya in the direction of their economic and political interests."
"Civil society organizations and political parties operating within the country against the games played on Sudan should be able to persuade the junta administration to a transition process in favor of the country's interests."
"The continued unarmed civil resistance of all Sudanese people against the provocative massacres of security forces and militias will be the most important move to protect Sudan from a civil war."
HUDA PAR has provided recommendations for establishing a secure election environment in Sudan continued as follows:
- As in the Middle East, the intervention of the forces and their allies to the domestic issues of the country should be stopped in North Africa.
- The military junta administration should refrain from undermining the negotiations and create a secure electoral environment on which the will of the people is based.
- In the case of deepening chaos, the possibility of external intervention will increase, and Sudan will be the new station for war.
Gulf Cooperation Council meeting
Touching upon the Gulf Cooperation Council meeting in Mecca, Saudi Arabia, HUDA PAR reminded Qatar showed a harsh reaction to the declaration of results that targeted Iran.
"No normalizing steps were taken by Saudi Arabia, UAE, and Bahrain against Qatar, which was invited to the meeting despite the fact that Qatar was imposed sanction since 2014 because of its relations with the Muslim Brotherhood, its support to Hamas and its close relations with Iran. The main agenda of the Gulf Cooperation Council is the threat of Iran and the invitation."
"In order to end the exclusions and repressive steps towards Qatar, it is clear that Qatar is also required to take part in the Saudi Arabian front against Iran's activities in the region."
HUDA PAR pointed out that Saud's new strategy is based on Arab nationalism, and in this way, it aims to bring Qatar to the same front and to provide consensus against Turkey and Iran.
"Saudi Arabia, which has initiated summit diplomacy against Iran's activities, has implemented a new strategy and emphasizes 'Arab unity and security'. The fact that Turkey and Iran's activities are considered as threats at the summit shows that Arab nationalism will increase in the new period ahead of the administrations."
"In this respect, Qatar is also intended to be included in the front and to have a full consensus against Iran while Iran is threatened by war by the zionist terrorist regime and the US."
"On the other hand, the "Treaty of the century", which the US Secretary of State Pompeo describes as a treaty to satisfy israel, is trying to be put into effect."
"In this process, Arab nationalism will be used against the countries of the region, not against those occupying the Arab lands, and the occupation of the Palestinian territories will be tried to be accepted all over the world by the workshop which will be held in Bahrain."
In order for Qatar to join the Arab front again, it will only be possible to change its attitude towards Iran and withdraw its support for the Palestinian resistance.
Calling on Arab administrations, HUDA PAR warned that this situation is not sustainable for the Islamic Ummah. "Instead of producing artificial threats and agendas, the countries of the region should develop a common attitude towards the forces that deepen the chaos in the region and feed political and sectarian conflicts."
"It is imperative that the Arab governments take action against the activities carried out against the Muslim people in the region. Otherwise, Yemen and Syria are likely to spread all over the region."