Jumah Boukleb

Britain: Will Sunak Pay the Price for the Defeat?

The mayoral and council elections in England and Wales ended last Thursday, and the results aligned with pollsters’ projections that the ruling Conservative Party would suffer a significant defeat. Quickly and confidently, the opposition Labour Party climbed over the Conservatives’ shoulders and…

On the Day After the Gaza War Ends

The Israeli occupation forces’ genocide in Gaza has been ongoing for over three months now. It stands out from those that preceded it in that it has sparked global attention after the world had been oblivious to what was happening in that region, which was the victim of continuous mass brainwashing…

The Scourge of War and Sudan’s Fate

Few in Sudan could be considered lucky so far. The luckiest are the foreign passport holders who managed to arrive safely at Wadi Seidna Airfield (40 km north of the capital Khartoum) and were shipped off to European capitals in massive military cargo planes. The images of huge planes carrying…

Sudan Is At War Once Again

Just a few days ago, after eight extremely difficult years, the guns went quiet in Yemen. The people of the country could finally breathe a sigh of relief. We shared their enthusiasm as we watched the news on our TV screens. Prisoners were exchanged and allowed to go home to their families,…