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Moslembrüder wollen nach 18 Jahren dem Sudan „Halaib“ zurückgeben 21. April 2013

Filed under: Christenverfolgung,Moslembrüder — Knecht Christi @ 21:58

Mubarak beanspruchte Halaib und Schalatin nach dem Attentat im September 1995 in Äthiopien, weil Omar Albaschir toten lassen wollte. Sie zurückzugeben hielt Mubarak für Hochverrat. Morsi will sie dem Terroristen Baschir schenkenÄgypter auf die Palme gebracht!

 

 

 

Mit Beweisen wird gezeigt, dass Morsi bei seinem Besuch in Khartoum dem Terroristen Baschir versprach, Halaib und Schalatin zurückzugeben. Baschir und seine Minister sprechen offen darüber und die ägyptische Armee warnt Morsi vor einem Krieg wegen seinen unverantwortlichen Machenschaften.

 

 

 

 

Hala’ib-Dreieck

 

1899 wurde die Grenze zwischen dem Anglo-Ägyptischen Sudan und Ägypten im Anglo-Ägyptischen KondominiumÜbereinkommen beim 22. Breitengrad festgelegt. Allerdings war der Zugang zum Hala’ib-Dreieck und damit die Verwaltung der dortigen Bevölkerung vom Sudan aus leichter, so dass 1902 in einem Zusatzvertrag zum ursprünglichen Abkommen vom Vereinigten Königreich von Großbritannien und Irland eine neue, nach Norden erweiterte, administrative Grenze festgelegt wurde, die das Hala’ib-Dreieck in das sudanesische Verwaltungsgebiet einbezog. 1956 erklärte Sudan gegen den Willen des damaligen ägyptischen Präsidenten Gamal Abdel Nasser seine Unabhängigkeit und beanspruchte die Grenzziehung von 1902. Ägypten meldete aufgrund des Vertrages von 1899 Rechte auf das Gebiet an und bestritt die Rechtmäßigkeit der sudanesischen Grenzziehung. In einer Volksabstimmung wollte Ägypten 1958 die Bevölkerung des Hala’ib-Dreiecks abstimmen lassen, worauf der sudanesische Außenminister beim UNO-Sicherheitsrat klagte, welcher aber keinen Beschluss fasste. Im selben Jahr sandte Gamal Abdel Nasser Truppen in das Hala’ib-Dreieck, zog diese aber kurz darauf wieder zurück.

 

Das Gebiet des Hala’ib-Dreieck blieb bis 1992 unter sudanesischer Kontrolle. Im Februar 1992 gab Sudan bekannt, Erkundungsrechte für die Gewässer des Hala’ib-Dreiecks an ein kanadisches Erdölunternehmen vergeben zu haben, welche Ägypten als rechtswidrig bezeichnete. Um die Lage zu klären, wurden Verhandlungen begonnen, aber das Ölunternehmen zog sich aus dem Vertrag zurück, bis die Souveränität über das Gebiet geklärt sei. Im April 1992 gab es einen Grenzzwischenfall. Zwei ägyptische Militärfahrzeuge griffen einen sudanesischen Grenzposten an, töteten zwei Polizisten und verletzten vier weitere. Präsident Hosni Mubarak bedauerte und versprach Entschädigung. Beide Seiten spielten den Zwischenfall herunter, betonten aber, keinen Quadratzentimeter Land aufgeben zu wollen. Im Januar 2000 zog Sudan seine Truppen aus dem Hala’ib-Dreieck ab und trat damit die Kontrolle über das Gebiet an Ägypten ab. Darauf folgte eine Besetzung des Gebietes durch ägyptische Truppen.

 

Allerdings erklärte der Präsident Sudans Umar Hasan Ahmad al-Baschir im Zuge des Baus von ägyptischen Siedlungen im Norden des Territoriums im Jahr 2004, dass Sudan trotz des Rückzuges seiner Truppen und der ägyptischen Kontrolle über das Hala’ib-Dreieck immer noch rechtmäßig Anspruch auf das Gebiet habe. Momentan (Stand: 2006) werden die Zollposten an der nördlichen Grenze zu Ägypten von den Militärs beider Staaten gemeinsam betrieben. Die Ausreise von Sudanesen nach Ägypten und umgekehrt ist über diesen Weg jedoch nicht möglich. Es gibt eine Sonderregelung für sudanesische Händler an der nördlichen Grenzstadt Bi’r Schalatain. Obwohl keine Beilegung im Streit um dieses Gebiet absehbar ist, gibt es bereits eine gewisse Zusammenarbeit: Das Territorium ist mit dem Mobilfunknetz beider Länder abgedeckt und als Währung gilt sowohl das sudanesische als auch das ägyptische Pfund. Seit 2005 hat das ägyptische Tourismusministerium das Hala’ib-Dreieck für den Fremdenverkehr freigegeben. {Quelle: de.wikipedia.org}

 

 

 

 

Hala’ib Triangle Again and Again

 
 

We want to know what Mohamed Morsi promised the Sudanese officials regarding Hala’ib triangle during his visit to Khartoum because what we hear from the Sudanese officials needs a stand. Yes the issue is back again resurfacing after the Presidential Statement about Hala’ib triangle and the army hints here and there that it will not allow a single inch of our territories to be taken away from Egypt. The presidency claimed that Morsi did not speak about the disputed triangle at all during his talks with the Sudanese counterparts. The last leak was the most powerful one from them all , from the meeting between Morsi and SCAF members above them El Sissi from couple of days ago. People are alarmed in Egypt after the statements of Sudanese minister of environment on Monday in Alexandria.  Sudanese minister of environment Hussein Abdel Kader told Egyptian reporters while attending some conference in Alexandria that Hala’ib triangle is Egyptian Sudanese common land “which is true” and that there should be projects in the triangle under Sudanese administration. “He repeated this as you can see in the video below”.

 

 

  
 

Minister of environment in Sudan : Hala’ib and Shalateen are Egyptian Sudanese territories

 
 

MENA , the official news agency on the same day published that the minister hopes the return of of Hala’ib and Shalateen to Sudan ‘He did not say so in the video’. The thing is that people are now digging the MB archives and knowing how the MB as a group does not recognize borders especially between Islamic countries with Islamist rulers from their own point view like Sudan , people are worried.

 

 

 

 
 

Mahdy Akef speaks about Hala’ib

 
 

Here is an old video for former MB guide Mahdy Akef saying that it does not matter whether Hala’ib under Egyptian rule or Sudanese rule as we are all Muslims. Well the man did not lie and this is how the MB members think. What I fear of that this issue with current Anti-MB sentiment feelings in public can create anti-Sudanese sentiments just like the there are these anti-Gazan sentiments . Many Egyptians now believe that Hamas is going to invade Sinai and at the same time is helping Mohamed Morsi by creating chaos in Egypt. Of course Hamas leaders deny any involvement in Egypt or that they want Sinai but Sudanese officials do not deny that they want Hala’ib triangle. Now the poor rich triangle needs a post , yes I want to go there but unfortunately not now. But my friends have gone and I think I will ask them if I am able to use the material they got from photos. {Quelle: egyptianchronicles.blogspot.co.at}

 

 

 

 

 

Rumours surrounding Hala’ib territory revive debate

 

The Hala’ib territory is administered by Egypt but Sudan claims it belongs to the Sudanese

 

Rumours surrounding a proposed deal between President Mohamed Morsi and his Sudanese counterpart Omar Al-Bashir over the disputed Hala’ib triangle circulated on the internet and in various media outlets on Saturday. The rumour claims that during Morsi’s visit to Sudan, he promised to do his utmost to return the Hala’ib territory to the Sudanese. The rumour alleged that a senior official in Khartoum revealed Morsi had promised to re-zone the area to settle the long-standing dispute. Presidential spokesperson Ihab Fahmy denied on television that Morsi spoke on the subject, saying talks revolved solely around strengthening cooperation and attracting investments. The Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) meanwhile published a map and a brief modern history of Egypt on their Facebook page late on Friday, which had the Hala’ib triangle marked as belonging to Sudan.

 

On Saturday, the FJP apologised for publishing the map, saying it was an unintentional error, and published a new map which included Hala’ib within Egypt’s borders. The area known as the Hala’ib triangle is a small area along the Egypt-Sudan border which has been a point of dispute for over six decades. Under British administration the Sudan-Egypt border was drawn up on the 22nd parallel in 1899. Sudan was given the Hala’ib area north of the border to use for farming while Egypt was given Bir Tawil, a small area south of the border, to administer in 1902. When Sudan gained independence in 1956 Egypt recognised the 22nd parallel as the official boundary, while Sudan remained steadfast on controlling Hala’ib. In 2000 Sudan withdrew troops from the area, yet Al-Bashir said the area is still Sudanese by law. Bir Tawil remains under Egyptian control, although it is not shown on Egyptian maps and is effectively unclaimed land. If Egypt were to officially lay claim to Bir Tawil it would have to recognise Sudan’s claim to Hala’ib. {Quelle: www.dailynewsegypt.com – Luiz Sanchez  /  April 6, 2013}

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Egypt’s Morsi Visits Genocidal Dictator

Who Murdered Countless Christians,

Speaks of Common Enemies

 

The Muslim Brotherhood is all about democracy. It opposes Syria’s Assad because it supports democracy. And Morsi just paid a visit to Sudanese butcher Omar al-Bashir because he really loves tyranny and the mass murder of Christians. Omar al-Bashir is the only head of state to be indicted on charges of genocide and crimes against humanity by the ICC. A warrant for his arrest is still outstanding, but Muslim countries choose not to arrest him for obvious reasons. As have some collaborators, like Prime Minister Raila Odinga, Obama’s cousin in Kenya. Still no Egyptian president had visited Sudan until Morsi. And Morsi’s rhetoric, when meeting with his genocidal host, was quite ominous. {Egypt’s President Mohamed Mursi said during his first visit to Sudan on Friday that cooperation between the Islamist regimes in Cairo and Khartoum does not pose any threat and yet they both face “enemies”. “We in Egypt and Sudan are integrated, and you will find enemies for this integration,” Mursi stressed before thousands of people, including his Sudanese counterpart President Omar al-Bashir, at Al-Noor mosque in Khartoum North. It was not clear to which “enemies” he was referring}.

 

Sudan has some domestic Islamists, but it’s safe to say that Morsi is not referring to them. Sudan climbed into bed with Iran which led to a visit from Israeli warplanes trying to shut down advanced missiles being shipped to Hamas. Morsi probably is not referring to Iran. Sudan has been playing both the Sunni and Shiite axis like a stringed violin. al-Bashir is not about to turn on Iran. Morsi could be referring to debates over the Nile’s waters between regional countries, but calling them enemies would be too strong. Even for Morsi. Morsi could be referring to Israel, but while Sudan is on paper quite committed to destroying the Zionist Devil, etc… like the rest of the Muslim world, and has even made the occasional contribution to the effort, Israel does not care what Sudan and Egypt do together. At this juncture, they’re both enemies and Sudan is not much of a threat to Israel. It’s an unstable backward slave state with some oil. And Israel has too many other problems to do more than spare a random thought for Sudan. That leaves the United States and Europe. Those are the places where pressure is greatest on Sudan over its nasty habit of mass murder and mass rape and ethnic cleansing. And those are the countries that backed the Arab Spring and would have tried to pressure Morsi not to go to Sudan. And he repaid them by not only going to Sudan, but warning about the common enemies that want the two Islamist regimes to be divided. {Quelle: frontpagemag.com}

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mursi and Bashir Meet Again

 

According to Mursi, road links will be built to link both Egypt and North Sudan. I believe this is a foreshadower of the coming Sunni confederacy that we will be seeing in the future, with North Sudan and Egypt building a unity based on their religious agreements. As I have said before, if we want to know Egypt’s future, we must look to North Sudan: {One can look to North Sudan to see how a fully Islamic country, under the Muslim Brotherhood, will become. Omar al-Bashir’s party, the National Congress, has been responsible for much blood shed, such as the burning of churches, and also for the deaths of more than three-million people. …The recent cases of crucifixion in Egypt is a foreshadowing that such wanton cruelty will be implemented as an official punishment in Egypt. How am I so sure of this? Its already being done by the government of Sudan, ran by Muslim Brotherhood member Omar al-Bashir, as an official punishment. Both nations are governed by Muslim Brotherhood members, and because of this, what we see in Sudan will soon be happening in Egypt}. {Quelle: shoebat.com – By on April 8, 2013 – By Theodore Shoebat}

 

 

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