Khartoum (IP) - A group of Sudanese people and youth gathered in front of the Council of Ministers in Khartoum to condemn the country's attempt to normalize relations with the Israeli regime.

Iran PressAfrica: Popular forces rallied in front of the Council of Ministers on Sunday evening, holding banners condemning the signing of an agreement to normalize relations between Sudan, the United States, and Israel.

Demonstrators chanted anti-Sudanese government slogans and threatened to hold anti-government demonstrations in all Sudanese states.

Protesters also crossed the Israeli flag and set it on fire during the rally in front of the Council of Ministers, stressing that the Israeli regime has occupied Palestinian territory and massacred them.

With the pressures of the outgoing US President Donald Trump to make the Arabic regimes' ties normalized with the Israeli regime, UAE, Bahrain, Sudan, and Morocco reached an agreement with the Zionist regime on full normalization of diplomatic ties.  

These agreements have been widely criticized in the Islamic world.


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