Khartoum, Sudan – (African Boulevard News) – The ongoing conflict between two warring generals in Sudan has been described as a battle where there can be “no winner”, according to exiled Darfur rebel leader, Abdel Wahid Nur. Nur, who has been fighting for decades for the rights of those in the troubled Darfur region, says the warring factions need to realize that the conflict is only leading to more suffering for the Sudanese people.
Speaking to African Boulevard News, Nur stated that “there can be no winner in this war, only losers”, and that the only solution to the conflict is for the two sides to come to the negotiating table and work towards a peaceful resolution. He emphasized that a peaceful solution to the conflict is the only way forward for Sudan.
Since the ousting of former president Omar al-Bashir in 2019, Sudan has been grappling with political instability and a rise in violence, with rival factions vying for power. The conflict between General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan and General Abdelaziz al-Hilu has been particularly fierce, with both sides refusing to back down.
Despite attempts by the international community to bring the warring factions to the negotiating table, the violence has continued, with many people being displaced from their homes and losing their lives. Nur believes that the key to resolving the conflict is for both sides to put aside their differences and work towards a common goal.
He expressed concern that the longer the conflict continues, the more dangerous it becomes, and the greater the risk of further violence and instability. Nur emphasized that the people of Sudan deserve to live in peace, and that the only way to achieve this is through a negotiated settlement.
As the conflict in Sudan continues, it is important that the international community steps up its efforts to bring the warring factions to the negotiating table. The situation in Sudan is volatile and the stakes are high. It is imperative that a peaceful solution is found before more innocent lives are lost.
Nur’s call for a peaceful resolution to the conflict is one that should resonate with all those who care about the future of Sudan. It is time for both sides to put aside their differences and work towards a common goal – a stable and peaceful Sudan for all its citizens.