If the US does not do this … Sudan threatens to sever ties with Israel

KHARTOUM (Monitoring Desk) The head of the Sudanese Sovereignty Council, Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, has warned in a phone call with US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo that if the US Congress does not pass a law exempting Sudan from legal proceedings, Sudan will occupy it. He withdrew his decision to normalize relations with Israel. According to the American newspaper, Pompeo vowed that in the coming weeks, Congress would gain the consent of the immunity bill. The Trump administration, according to the article, is seeking to find an understanding between Sudan and the Israeli occupation.

An formal signing ceremony at the White House is being prepared by the US government. For Sudan, Congress is discussing an immunity statute. Partisan Senator Robert Menendez of New Jersey and Minority Leader Chuck Schumer of the U.S. Senate oppose it. They both state they would not consent to deter Americans affected by the 9/11 attacks from suing Sudan over al-past Qaeda’s collaboration. In the occupation and the normal arrangement between Sudan, both “Menendez” and “Shammar” are involved. He wishes to financially support Sudan, but he claims he will not do so at the detriment of the victims’ families.