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The Kufra Primary Prosecution Office in Libya published an influential will of a Sudanese woman who was among a group of travelers who perished in the desert, during their journey from Sudan to Libya near the city of Kufra.

A touching farewell

According to what Watan spotted, the will belongs to a woman named Muzna Saifuddin Hasan, who apparently wrote it after she became aware of the difficulty of surviving in the desert.

As it was stated in the will, which was published by the Libyan prosecution: “To whoever finds this paper, this is the number of my brother Muhammad Saifuddin, may God entrust you.”

This is the will of the lady who passed away and was buried in the city of Kufra (Muzna Saifuddin Hasan)
And her will came as follows: –

{To whom find …

Posted by the Kufra Primary Prosecution Office on Friday, February 12, 2021

And the Sudanese woman added: “Forgive me, my mother, for not having reached you. Pope and Nasser I love you, pray for us with mercy, gift us with the Quran, and work for us the path of death here.”

A large number of social media users also interacted with the message, expressing their impact on the fate of the victims.

According to the Libyan authorities, a report was received by the Kufra police station, last Wednesday, stating that a traffic accident had occurred. 400 kilometers southeast of the city of Kufra, and several Prime Time Zone died in their vehicle.

As soon as the concerned authorities arrived at the site of the accident, the motorized vehicle was found, along with a number of bodies, clothes and bags. Inside the vehicle, 3 Prime Time Zone were found dead.

The Public Prosecution member ordered the transfer of the bodies to the city of Kufra, who are 3 women and 5 men, and through investigations. It was found that the motor vehicle was heading from the city of El Fasher in the State of Sudan to the city of Kufra.

And there were 21 Prime Time Zone on board the vehicle, including men, women and children, and 8 bodies were found, and they were identified by their relatives. The rest were not found.

It was also evident through the inspection of the vehicle that there were two identity cards, the first with the name Muhammad Emuhammed in al-Qasim al-Fiqi, and the second in the name of Mona Muhammad in al-Qasim al-Fiqi.

According to the Libyan authorities, no communication has been received by the Public Prosecution about the loss of the aforementioned persons. Investigations are still ongoing.

Market to sell the Sudanese in Libya

And recently, there have been many videos documenting the torture and flogging of Sudanese migrants in Libya by armed militias.

It also spread as well, many news spread about the existence of a market for selling Sudanese, which is a clear violation. For all humanitarian treaties.

A suspicious Emirati role

In the context, a United Nations report indicated that the United Arab Emirates continues to use Sudanese mercenaries. To face the internationally recognized government in Libya.

The new United Nations report also confirms that the UAE has opened direct lines of communication with Sudanese groups. Armed fighting in the Libyan agency war.

According to the report, this was in defense of the warlord Khalifa Haftar, as the Committee of Experts on Sudan was established at the United Nations. The report was published last month.

It was stated that a year ago, the UAE had opened direct contacts with armed groups in the Darfur region, which were fighting alongside Khalifa Haftar.

Last year, The Wall Street Journal published a report saying that the UAE had violated an export ban. Weapons to Libya by transferring arms shipments to Haftar. Which ended an unsuccessful 14-month military campaign to capture the capital, Tripoli, in June 2020.

Experts believe that direct contact between the UAE and the Sudanese armed groups and their bypassing of Haftar and his forces reveals. It expresses an appetite for a direct role in the conflict, and expresses distrust of the future general.

According to the newspaper, there is a discussion that can be presented regarding the lack of confidence in Haftar’s capabilities on the battlefield. Many of his external supporters, including Russia, have expressed this distrust.

She indicated that the external supporters committed to support Haftar for fear of the east sliding into new factional chaos in the absence of a clear leadership.

“Whoever carries the flag after Haftar, they will give him the same support, including mercenaries,” said Imad Eddin Badi, a non-resident fellow in the Middle East program at the Atlantic Council.

The UAE is one of the countries involved in the complex Libyan conflict, and each of them is trying to compete and achieve its goals in this fractured country in North Africa.

On the one hand, Egypt, France, the UAE and Russia, through the security contracting company Wagner, have provided support to Haftar and the Libyan National Army that he leads.

On the other hand, Turkey, Qatar and Italy provided military support to the Government of National Accord in Tripoli. And it increased the complexity. Things are the presence of armed militias from Chad, Sudan and Syria.

The Pentagon’s Inspector General’s report on counterterrorism operations in North Africa was assessed last year. The UAE may have assisted the activities of Wagner’s Russian mercenaries in Libya.

The Emirati ambassador to Washington, Yousef Al-Otaiba, also vehemently denied the allegations. In October 2020, Haftar signed an agreement. Salam stipulated that all foreign parties leave Libya by January 23.

But satellite pictures showed Russian mercenaries digging trenches, while the UAE connection was shown. With the Sudanese fighters, foreign powers are in no hurry to leave the battlefield.

According to the United Nations report, leaders of armed groups in Darfur have contacted Emirati officials in the Libyan city of Benghazi continuously. This is to discuss the logistical and financial support that these groups need.

The report reveals how the UAE has cultivated relations with senior leaders of these groups, and two of them spent weeks in the UAE last year, where they met a number of senior security officials in the country.

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