Well I am not sure it is random history of Sudan or Random history of Islam of a country., but it tells the brief story of Sudan .,CEMB had wonderful member from Sudan with nick of "Greek Goddess"
.. I hope some where she is working as air hostess .. that was her dream Job.. TRAVEL THE WORLD . She shared quite a bit her personal life .. I wish her the best Here is what you didn't know about Sudan, one of Africa's biggest economies in 2000
writes my good friend Nadeem F. Paracha with these pictures
Sudanese capital, Khartoum. Despite severe economic sanctions, Sudan’s economy boomed in the early 2000s, becoming the biggest in Africa
1956: The first Sudanese parliament declares independence.
Leader of the 1958 military coup in Sudan, General Abboud. He was a sympathiser of the quasi-Islamic groups, the Ansar and the Khatimiyya. — Photo: Past Daily.
A US military advisor is seen here next to Nimeiry being briefed by aids right after the 1976 failed coup attempt. — Photo: TIME.
Sudanese Islamic ideologue, Hasan Turabi. — Photo: The Guardian.
From 1979 onward, Nimeiry began to appear in traditional Sudanese dress. — Photo: iGuim.
State-sponsored rallies against alcohol were introduced by Nimeiry in the early 1980s. So were public hangings, amputations and flogging. — Photo: The Asian.
Bashir with Tirabi.
A severe drought and famine mainly due to civil war and the state’s policies killed thousands of Sudanese in 1985.
Top picture and bottom picture tells all the story of Islamized Sudan.. And this this is brief timeline of Sudanese History
1). Sudan Ancient History:
Sudan was home to numerous ancient civilisations, such as the Kingdom of Kush, Kerma, Nobatia, Alodia, Makuria, Meroë and others, most of which flourished along the Nile. 2). Kingdom of Kush (1070 BC – AD 350)
During the pre-dynastic period Nubia and Nagadan Upper Egypt were identical, simultaneously evolved systems of pharaonic kingship by 3300 BC. 3). Christianity to Islam :
By virtue of its proximity to Egypt, the Sudan participated in the wider history of the Near East inasmuch as it was Christianized by the 6th century, and Islamized in the 15th. 4). Sudan (1821–85)
: Sudan under Muhammad Ali and his successors traces the period from Muhammad Ali Pasha's invasion of Sudan in 1820 until the fall of Khartoum in 1885 to Muhammad Ahmad, the self-proclaimed Mahdi. This era of Ottoman control is commonly known as the Turkiyah. Islamization of Sudan started and completed with in short time.5). Anglo-Egyptian Sudan (1899–1956) :
In 1899, Britain and Egypt reached an agreement under which Sudan was run by a governor-general appointed by Egypt with British consent. In reality Sudan was effectively administered as a Crown colony. The British were keen to reverse the process, started under Muhammad Ali Pasha, of uniting the Nile Valley under Egyptian leadership, and sought to frustrate all efforts aimed at further uniting the two countries. 6). Sudan Independence from England (1956–69):
polling process was carried out resulting in composition of a democratic parliament and Ismail al-Azhari was elected first Prime Minister and led the first modern Sudanese government. On 1 January 1956, in a special ceremony held at the People's Palace, the Egyptian and British flags were lowered and the new Sudanese flag, composed of green, blue and yellow stripes, was raised in their place by the prime minister Ismail al-Azhari.7). Coups ad Recoups with ...Communism, Islam., Military West ..etc..etc..
Dissatisfaction culminated in a second coup d'état on 25 May 1969. The coup leader, Col. Gaafar Nimeiry, became prime minister, and the new regime abolished parliament and outlawed all political parties. Disputes between Marxist and non-Marxist elements within the ruling military coalition resulted in a briefly successful coup in July 1971, led by the Sudanese Communist Party.
Several days later, anti-communist military elements restored Nimeiry to power. In 1972, the Addis Ababa Agreement led to a cessation of the north-south civil war and a degree of self-rule. This led to ten years hiatus in the civil war
but less happily an end to American investment in the Jonglei Canal project.Colonel Omar al-Bashir 1989-to still going:
On 30 June 1989, Colonel Omar al-Bashir led a bloodless military coup The new military government suspended political parties and introduced an Islamic legal code on the national level. Later al-Bashir carried out purges and executions in the upper ranks of the army, the banning of associations, political parties, and independent newspapers, and the imprisonment of leading political figures and journalists. On 16 October 1993, al-Bashir appointed himself "President" and disbanded the Revolutionary Command Council. The executive and legislative powers of the council were taken by al-Bashirhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Omar_al-Bashir
well this is the news from that hero from yesterday Sudan’s Al-Bashir meets sacked minister in Saudi Arabia
I am not sure what the fuck is cooking between Sand land and that Nubian Country where ancient white and Blue nile rivers meet but the Rich country Sudan went down the drain wit in 150 years ..
Well I am just parking it as history of Sudan in brief but to learn more read the first link .
ha! those three pictures tells everything on Sharia Laws and Islamic Politics with a pinch of communism to grab the power