Role feminism And The Sudanese Women's Union In Political Situations (1964-1969M)

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Nawras Abdel Hussein Ali Armesh , Asst. Prof. Dr. Jumana Mohammed Rashid


First: The position of the Sudanese women's movement in the political situation

He was Sudan suffers from crises The interior is due to the government's inability and failure to improve statuses economics, in 1964aIt became a deficit in the balance of payments Toward(214) million dollars([1])Then the discussions of Sudanese students and intellectuals beganaboutThe problem of the south at the headquarters of the University of Khartoum Students Union.ay had a clear role in the discussionDimensionsproblem by holding seminarsand dumpingLectures and seeking to present the necessary solutions to the problem, as the students linked in those seminars betweenstatusesin northern and southern Sudan andThey demanded BNeed to strive to open the doordialogue(2),The Student Union at the University of Khartoum organized a public meeting for students and the public, in which they criticized the policy of the military governmentthe first, particularly with regard to the problem of South Sudan, andwhileDuring the meeting, clashes took place between the students and the police forces, which resulted in clashestoStudent killedAhmedAl-Qurashi Taha, and the arrest of a number of studentsand professors(3),So he appliedaits impactMastersThe university issued a statement condemning this behavior as well as submitting their resignations, andaAfter that, the judiciary and the lawyerjn upload a notetoPresident of the Judicial Councilthe aboveprime minister,They condemnedwhere is thiseventsThey demanded the submission of officialstojudiciary ([2])And it took place on the

(1) Hassan Al-Taher Razzouk, Lightson the political situation in SudanAl-Tali'ah Magazine, Issue 9,Cairo,September1966 AD, p. 12; Mahmoud Al-Saadani, and everything is going onto anamed gelRose Al-Youssef magazine. Issue 2106, Cairo,October 21stthe first1968, p. 32.

(2Al-Sayyad Magazine, RevolutionOctoberin the hands of its makersIssue 1206, Lebanon,November 26, 1987 AD, p. 16; NewspaperNewsToday, Clashes between Policemen and Students in Sudan, Issue 1042, Cairo,October 24ththe first, 1964 AD.

(3Othman Mirghani, Memories of Talaat Farid, The Popular Revolutionand dimensionsabout power4, Solidarity Magazine, No. 194, London,27 decthe first1986 AD, p. 35; Imran Muhammad, Glimpses of a RevolutionOctoberSudaneseAl-Dustour Magazine, Issue 347, London,November 5, 1984 AD, pg. 60; Ahmed Jelly, The people of Sudan regain power through civil disobedience, Journalthe weekArab, Year 282, Lebanon,November 1964 AD, p. 18.

(1) Journal of the constitution, from the diary of a revolutionOctoberIssue,November 13, 1989 AD, p. 32;

Yusuf Fadl Hasan, Sudan in Africa, Khartoum University, 1971, PP 248-249.

(2) Salah Mohiuddin, Pauses in the History of Sudan, Al-Hilal Library and House, 2nd edition, Beirut, 1995 AD, p. 21;AhmedHamroush, four years after the revolutionOctoberThe face of Arab SudanRose Al-Youssef Magazine, Cairo, Issue 2106, October 21the first1986 AD, pg. 6; Ahmed Jelly, the previous source, p. 5.

(3) Al-Mu'tasimAhmedAl-Hajj, Glimpses of the History of Sudan during the Era of National Rule 1954-1969 AD, Muhammad Omar Center for Sudanese Studies, University of Khartoum.aDurman, 1997, p. 29.

(4)AhmedAbdul Muti Hegazyet al, behindeventsSudanRose Al-Youssef Magazine, Cairo, Issue 1899, November 2, 1964 AD, p. 4; Abdullah Abdel Aziz, on the anniversary of the revolutionOctoberPopular 1964Al-Dustour Magazine, Issue 258, London,November 1, 1982 AD, pg. 65. 22nd of Octoberthe firstIn 1964, the funeral of the studentAhmedAl-Qurashi Taha, which turned outtoA popular demonstration with the participation of men and women from all sectors and some army officers.2), Andafound During the funeral, political speeches denouncing military rulethe first,commandthatled toClashes occurred between mourners and policemen(3).

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