Testimonies from released detainees of Sudan Revolts – شهادات من المعتقلين بعد الإفراج عنهم

Posted on September 2 2012 by GIRIFNA

Mohamed Alim “Boshi” - محمد عالم “بوشي”

YouTube Preview Image Mohamed Hassan Alim (Boshi) was kidnapped from his house in Haj Yousif on 20 June 2012 and released on 16 August 2012. He recalls that at least 80 people were released with him, most belong to opposition parties. This is his tenth and longest detention, where he was kept in solitary confinement for 8 weeks. This is his testimony.

محمد حسن عالم الملقب ببوشي تم اعتقاله من منزله في الحاج يوسف يوم ٢٠ يونيو ٢٠١٢ و تم اطلاق سراحه يوم ١٦ اغسطس ٢٠١٢. يقول بوشي انه تم اطلاق سراح ٨٠ .
معتقل معه، معظمهم من المعارضة. يمثل هذا الاعتقال عاشر و اطول اعتقال.
وهذه شهادة بوشي.

Mohamed Salah - محمد صلاح

YouTube Preview Image Mohamed Salah, a student activist at the University of Khartoum, was arrested from a restaurant in Khartoum on Sunday 24 June 2012 and remained in detention for almost 8 weeks. This is his testimony.

Mohamed Dia Al-Deen - محمد ضياء الدين

YouTube Preview Image Mohamed Dia Al-Deen, the representative of the Baathist Party at the National Consensus was arrested from his house in Omdurman on 23 June 2012. During his two-month long detention, he was kept in solitary confinement and was taken to the hospital a few times for medical assistance and check-ups. This is his 14th detention. Years ago when along with his wife, he found out that they are expecting a baby, he was detained and released after his son, who is now a university student, was released. This is his testimony.

Mohamed Osman El-Mubarak -محمد عثمان المبارك

YouTube Preview Image On June 23 2012, Mohamed Osman El-Mubarak was detained from his house along with his wife, Mawahib Majzoub, and guests who were at their house at the time. They were kept for nearly a month in Kober and Omdurman Women’s Prison, respectively. The couple belong to the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) and are known for being very active and vocal in the struggle against the government. In this video, Mohamed Osman sends a message to the Sudanese government and the people working to change this government and in turn, change Sudan.

5 Responses to “Testimonies from released detainees of Sudan Revolts – شهادات من المعتقلين بعد الإفراج عنهم”

  1. salamon says:

    يا شباب احى فيكم الروح  والعزيمه العاليه البتنقص الكتيييييييييييييير من الشباب السودانى المعزوووووووووووور لانو محطم من كل النواحى ونفض الغبار اتخيل لى انو ماساهل لانو بتردم فوقنا التراب دا من 23 سنه من اتولدنا تقريبا” وعندى ملاحظه يا ريت لو تكوووووووون فى صفحه معربه لانو ما تنسوا نحن درسنا فى الانقاذ اساس وثانوى وجامعه وكأن لم ندرس شى تماما” وانشاء الله ثورة حتى النصر والى الامام ونحن معكم

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