He sold one third of Sudan, once the biggest Arab country by area, in order to establish South Sudan so that he could stay in power.
Despite his bad history, we can only hope that for once Bashir makes the Sudanese people happy and that he gives up his position in power.Abdulrahman al-Rashed
During his reign, Bashir succeeded in turning oil-wealthy Sudan into one of the poorest countries in the world. Most of its competent citizens subsequently fled abroad looking for a livelihood beyond the borders. His forces committed massacres in Darfur, west of the country. They committed massacres that are no less hideous than those committed by Bashar al-Assad in Syria. The only exception is that there are no cameras and media outlets covering the bloody terror in Sudan.