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Our Rulers Are Chess Pieces in the Hands of the International Monetary Fund

The Sudanese Minister of Finance, Jibril Ibrahim, admitted that there is great pressure on the state budget for this year, which taxes and customs represent 75% of its total revenues. This prompted reduction on spending on basics such as health and education. He stressed the continuation of the economic reform program, through the gradual lifting of state subsidies on goods.
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Selling Property to Make Ends Meet is a Growing Phenomenon in the State of Tax Collection that is Incapable of Taking Care of People's Affairs

In the city of Bahri in the capital, Khartoum, you find a large number of people trying to sell second-hand household items that are in good condition, in order to meet the spending deficit. People who are scattered with items offered for sale are not merchants, as it appears from their appearance and way of presentation. Some try, as witnessed by Al Arabiya.net, to convince the buyer of the quality…
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Since when was the Kafir West Entrusted with Human Rights

Vice President of the Sovereignty Council, Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo (Hemedti), affirmed their commitment to cooperate with all United Nations mechanisms and the Human Rights Council, to promote and develop human rights in the country. Hemedti indicated their interest in following up on the implementation of all recommendations related to promoting the human rights situation in the country. (Saudi News Agency 04/06/2022).
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Inflation Leaves Muslim Women in India Abandoned in a Dangerous Health Crisis

On the 14th of May, the Times of India published a report regarding how inflation rates have severely affected the economic life of Muslim women and in turn, left them vulnerable to severe health problems. Hundreds of Muslim women are lining up outside clinics with chronic conditions needing social and financial assistance.
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When the Number One State Seeks to Regain its Position and Prestige after its Humiliating Withdrawal from Afghanistan: Data and Statistics Show that it is a Weak, Poor Country Threatened with Starvation

In a joint press release, the World Food Program and the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) said that humanitarian assistance averted disaster in Afghanistan's harsh winter months, but hunger persists across the country at all levels. A new analysis shows that about 19.7 million people, representing nearly half of Afghanistan's population, suffer from acute hunger.
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