Development and Democracy cannot be achieved via Israel
Israel has nothing to offer the Arab peoples except violating their rights and guaranteeing its security
Arab Organisation for Human Rights in the UK (AOHR UK) condemned the normalization declaration between Israel and Sudan, while Palestinian territories are still occupied and various crimes against the Palestinians people are being committed.
AOHR UK highlighted that such agreements threaten the inalienable rights of the Palestinian people, foremost of which is the right to self-determination. It also encourages the Israeli occupation to commit further crimes against the Palestinian people.
Achieving development and democracy through the normalization with Israel is an insult to the Sudanese people who possess energies, human resources and natural resources, which enable them to stand equally with the developed countries. Sadly, a group of corrupt people have wasted these wealth and energies and volunteered their decision making to external forces, AOHR UK added.
The Israeli occupation state which confiscates lands, builds settlements, prevents water, desertifies Palestinian lands, kills women and children, and attacks sanctities, does not have good for the Sudanese people. Israel is known for leading the dictatorships in the world, and it is the one who supported many of them with the repressive tools to violate the rights of the people, AOHR UK affirmed.
It also clarified that Israel does not care about the well-being of the Arab peoples, given that the agreements it concluded with Bahrain and the UAE have a one-way security character as they seek to be present in every Arab country to establish spying stations and use the normalizing countries to protect itself.
There is a fear that the two normalising countries will be involved in military, security and economic investments in the occupied territories. Thus, placing itself accountable before the International Criminal Court.
AOHR UK called on the Sudanese people and the civil forces to mind the dangers that this agreement carries and to work towards reject it. All the justifications put forward by the promoters of these agreements are flimsy. If Sudan needs expertise in the field of development, agriculture, economy and security, there are more than 100 countries in the world that Sudan can resort to achieve what it aspires. That is if the intentions of the current regime leaders are good.