Sudanese pages on social media and official accounts affiliated with the Rapid Support Forces published a video clip showing a soldier from the moral guidance in the Sudanese army who was captured by the Rapid Support Forces. Air Defense Command in the Sudanese capital.
The captured soldier said – in the rolling clip – that the Rapid Support Forces that took control of the Air Defense Command headquarters asked him to sing something for them in praise of the Prophet to raise their morale, given that the soldier mastered the art of praise, which the soldier responded to by saying that “the Sudanese people are all A lover of the Messenger, may God bless him and grant him peace; opinions may differ, but in the end we are united by the love of the Prophet.”
The soldier performed a song of praise famous in Sudan, entitled “Oh Mustafa, Peace be upon you”, and the Rapid Support Forces interacted with it.
The Sudanese people are known for their attachment to prophetic praises, as this art is widely spread in popular circles, especially since the Sufi orders have a remarkable position in society.
Yesterday, Tuesday, the Rapid Support Forces broadcast a video clip via Twitter, in which it said that it controls the Air Defense Forces Command in Khartoum, following battles with the Sudanese army, and the video clips show members of the Support Forces standing in front of the Air Defense Forces building.