Sudan is a term that means the land of blacks in West Africa. It is a term coined by the Hyksos gangs of the Amorites, Turkic Mongolians, and with them the Berbers who occupied Spain and Portugal until 1492 and named their colony in the Iberian Peninsula the name of Andalusia. The term Sudan refers to the areas of slavery hunting in West Africa, in contrast to the regions of North Africa, and their peoples who used the term Baydan (pale) to be in contrast to Sudan.
In 1820, that is, 200 years ago, there was no entity called the Sudan in the south of the Nile Valley. The neighborhood of southern Egypt was three separate and independent regions: 1. The North and East region and its people are closer to Egypt, Saudi Arabia, northern Ethiopia and Eritrea, and 2. The region of Kordofan and Darfur and its people are closer to Chad, Libya and Central Africa and 3. A region between the White and Blue Niles and the Nile Lakes, and its people are closer to Uganda, Kenya, Congo and western Ethiopia.
Muhammad Ali decided in 1820 to make a private colony for him and his sons in the south of the Nile Valley, to get gold, slaves, and crops to finance his regime of occupation of Egypt. In order to create war forces for his regime as an alternative to the Mamluks whom he fought and eliminated, Muhammad Ali decided to buy mercenaries from the Fulani colonists in northern Nigeria, who had the monopoly on slave hunting in all the regions of West Africa and the only suppliers of slaves to the Berbers in the north.
Indeed, imported Fulani gangs from Nigeria invaded and subjugated the three regions of southern Nile Valley and merged them into one entity as a colony that belongs to Muhammad Ali personally and has no affiliation with Egypt. He called the concocted colony the Sudan to emphasize the sovereignty and authority of West African blacks over the three regions of the southern Nile Valley and their service to Muhammad Ali and his sons. Thus, Muhammad Ali established the black forces as his special guard and border guard.
Violence increased in the southern Nile Valley regions which had become the colony of Sudan, and the looting of various natural resources, hunting and exporting slavery were active. Bringing slaves helped the cultivation of cotton, cane, and drugs in Egypt, and the export of slaves to neighboring regions. The resources of the Muhammad Ali family increased rapidly, and Jewish companies became lucrative in Egypt.
In 1854, de Lesseps was able to persuade Mohamed Said Pasha to dig the Suez Canal, and he granted a French company headed by de Lesseps the concession to dig and operate the canal for 99 years. The construction of the canal took 10 years (1859 – 1869), and nearly a million workers, mostly slaves, contributed to the excavation process, of whom more than 120,000 died during the excavation because of hunger, thirst, epidemics and ill-treatment. Said opened the canal in 1869
The Suez Canal project, with its exorbitant financial cost, was the major deception that succeeded in implicating Muhammad Ali’s family in progressive debts and seizing all the family’s internal resources and from the colony of Sudan. These infernal debts were the wide gateway for the interference of Jewish companies and banks in the management and seizure of the colonies of Egypt and Sudan from the family of Muhammad Ali. For this purpose, the Jews in Britain and France established a partnership with a private bank for the Baring family, including Evelyn Baring, who became Lord Cromer by giving gifts and bribes to the royal family in Britain.
In the same period, the world was witnessing an escalation of European and American campaigns and pressures to prevent the hunting and trafficking of slaves, and this was a danger to the Jewish companies and banks crediting the Muhammad Ali family. The British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society is an international non-governmental charitable organization based in London that was founded in 1839 and largely fought slavery in the British Empire. As a result of the escalation of campaigns, criticism, and popular pressures against the practice of slavery, Jewish companies and banks decided to directly intervene in Egypt to protect their revenues from slavery and to protect and support the Sudanese suppliers.
With pressures and bribes for Victoria Edward the Jewish (1837-1901) and to a lesser extent by Napoleon Bonaparte (1852-1870) and the French Third Republic controlled by Jews (1870-1940), the Jewish creditors succeeded in obtaining the approval of Britain and France to appoint debt delegates in Egypt, whose client Cromer would be the strongest to manage the debt on Mohammad Ali family. Cromer became a delegate to the Egyptian Debt Fund in 1877. That was the beginning of the transformation of Egypt from a private colony for the family of Muhammad Ali to a colony of Jewish companies and banks under British cover.
In 1880, Cromer began preparing for the occupation of Egypt, with the arrangement and support of Jewish companies and banks. For this purpose, Cromer helped Ahmed Urabi to challenge the Khedive and then orchestrated the Alexandria massacre to be a justification for a British military intervention for occupation in 1882. After the occupation, Cromer became High Commissioner and accredited to the British occupation. Jewish companies and banks continued looting the colonies of Egypt and Sudan, especially slavery.
Cromer gangs against General Charles Gordon’s anti-slavery campaigns. Cromer used the financing and gangs of Zubair Rahma, the largest hunter and slave trader, to ignite Mahdiyya by the Fulani/ Sudanese and to bring in more West Africans to support the Sudanese who Muhammad Ali brought in 1820. This amalgamation occupies the south of the Nile Valley to this day. The Sudanese monopolize power, wealth, the army, religion, militias, parties, the economy, the judiciary and the media, and they do not accept the rule of law and the people or the establishment of a sovereign nation-state.
Cromer secretly organized gangs against General Charles Gordon’s anti-slavery campaigns. Cromer used the money and gangs of Zubair Rahma, the largest hunter and slave trader, to ignite Mahdiyya by the Sudanese Fulani and to bring in more Fulani and mercenaries from West Africans to support the Sudanese whom Muhammad Ali brought in 1820.
This amalgamated group occupies the south of the Nile Valley to this day. The Sudanese monopolize power, wealth, the army, religion, militias, parties, the economy, the judiciary and the media, and they do not accept the rule of law and the people, good governance or the establishment of a sovereign nation-state. They commit massacres and incite local nations against each other and against the neighboring peoples