In the shadows, several media centers owned by the Muslim Brotherhood terrorist group are working on spreading poisonous messages to the transitional government in Sudan in order To frustrate and incite public opinion in the country.
According to experts, the centers accused by Sudanese authorities of lurking in the current revolutionary government, which the local community calls “Al-Gadad electronic site “, the Sudanese Center for Press Services “SMC” and the center “Rawan” and “Sudani Net” owned by the intelligence service of the isolated regime Omar al-Bashir.
It also includes “ Khartoum Electronic Media Center , the National Media Production Center and Al-Hakem for Press Services, all of which are affiliated to the NCP, the political hand of the terrorist Brotherhood.
According to informed sources who spoke to Arab Observer, the Islamic political movement established a new center that operates secretly from a building in the Riyadh suburb east of Khartoum, and pushed prominent cadres to work on it, Among them are a Brotherhood leader Former Under-Secretary of the Ministry of Information, Abdul Majid Haroun, and the youth leader in the Bashir party “National Congress” Fadlallah Rabeh, where they were given sensitive tasks in the scheme of counter-revolution.
Rawan Center, run by the Bashir Intelligence Service, is accused of producing several anti-Sudanese documentaries and broadcasting them on national television during the Brotherhood’s control. One of its products is “Dark Bats” film, which contains offensive content to the youth of the revolutionary movement and the sit-in in front of the army headquarters in Khartoum.
The center is currently facing criminal reports, including the ex-director of the Muslim Brotherhood television article Mohamed Ahmed Issawi, because of the “Dark Bats” film.
Those centers Established years ago by the ex-former regime and were responsible for defending the Brotherhood’s terrorist authority and disseminating their ideas, and spreading rumors on state-owned media and online media to guide public opinion in favor of its destructive agenda.
But after ending the Islamic political movement’s rule by isolating Omar al-Bashir through a popular uprising protests on April 11, these centers, according to observers, became the task of leading the counter-revolution seeking to abort the popular movement and return to power again.
According to experts, these media centers are leading a complementary work to other Muslim Brotherhood’s sounds such as some newspapers, satellite channels and radio stations that are still managed and controlled by the previous regime, where they intensified their activities these days after they saw the revolutionary government continuing to reform and eradicate terrorism from state institutions.
Experts’ opinions on the impact of the Brotherhood’s media trumpets have varied, with some seeing them as a real danger that could undermine the transitional government, while others underestimate their impact due to the rising awareness of the Sudanese street about the facts and their hatred of the former terrorist regime.
A spokesman for the Sudanese Professionals’ Association, journalist Salah Shuaib, who is worried about the activity of the Brotherhood’s electronic site “Al-gada”, calls for the need to silence these activities to ensure the transit period.
In a statement to Arab Observer, Shoaib blamed the transitional government for not accelerating the steps to end the deep Brotherhood state, which motivated these media interfaces to intensify their counter-activity.
He added: “There is a slow process of end the Muslim Brotherhood, where their elements still control public institutions and private sector, should expedite the expulsion procedures.”
Also Sudanese journalist Abdel Wahed Ibrahim believes that the Brotherhood seeks to repeat a scenario they tried in a previous era to seize power, when they worked to sabotage the third democracy in the eighties of the last century, through unmoral media practices and unrelated to the profession, but they will fail this time.
Ibrahim told “Arab Observer” that the Muslim Brotherhood centers that are active in the counter-revolution now are purely security and intelligence agencies that were previously responsible for the demolition of any opposition activity, And fight any demands for change and democratic transformation, while seeking now to create chaos in the transitional government and confuse its work.
He added “In my opinion, these are desperate attempts by the Muslim Brotherhood and will fail to undermine the legitimacy of the revolution, which is supported by public awareness.”
Ibrahim stressed that the Muslim Brotherhood terrorist group has used all plans and tricks, as they tried during its rule of Sudan for 30 years “trade religion once or national slogans, and sometimes the military establishment” all slogans have failed and will not benefit them to enter the political world of Sudan.