Dozens of Sudanese protesters burned the Israeli flag Sunday during a rally against Khartoum’s recent signing of a deal on normalizing relations with the Zionist entity, an AFP correspondent reported.
Demonstrators gathered outside the cabinet offices in the capital Khartoum, chanting anti-Israel slogans and carrying banners reading, “normalization is betrayal” and “normalization is a crime.”
On January 6, Sudan became the third Arab country to sign the US-brokered “Abraham Accords” on normalizing ties with the Israeli occupation after the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain last year.
Morocco has also agreed a US-sponsored “normalization” with ‘Israel’ that restores past relations.
The protesters, who said they belonged to an anti-normalization group, also carried banners reading “down with Abraham accords” and “Abraham Accords are American blackmail in exchange for submission.”