Khartoum (ANN)-Hundreds of Sudanese gathered after Friday prayer in Khartoum to demonstrate against the meeting between the top Sudanese official and Israeli prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, Anadolu Agency reported.

Anadolu Agency disclosed that the Sudanese “In Defence of Sharia and the State of Law” movement called for organising the demonstrations, touring the streets of the capital.

They chanted slogans against lieutenant general, Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, and prime minister, Abdullah Hamdok, as well as the minister of justice, Nasredeen Abdul Bari, calling for them to resign.

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Meanwhile, the demonstrators raised placards condemning US President Donald Trump’s “Deal of the Century”.

On Monday, the chairman of the Sovereignty Council of Sudan, Al-Burhan, met with Netanyahu in Uganda.

Source: Memo