He became an icon.. A Sudanese snatches the spotlight from the war in Khartoum | Watch what he did

A simple Sudanese man topped the trend on social media in Sudan, after appearing in a snapshot that was chosen as the most beautiful since the beginning of the clashes between the army and the Rapid Support Forces.

According to Sudanese media, the man, who has amazing integrity and high morals, appeared during a circulating video clip while he was performing ablution in preparation for performing the prayer, and the people around him were looting and stealing in the Libyan market in the city of Omdurman.

And those clips spread like wildfire among the Sudanese on the communication sites, who praised the noble morals of this man.

The calm-looking man was preoccupied with pouring water from a bottle in front of him with a great knife to perform ablution, while the looting was burning behind him.

One of the commentators on the influential clip said, “The forbidden remains forbidden, even if everyone does it. Do not give up your principles and leave them alone. You will be held accountable alone.

While another writer commented on Facebook, “While everyone was robbing shoe stores in the Libyan market, he was alone performing ablution to perform the obligatory prayer. Just as this land grows flowers among thorns, thousands like you will grow as pillars of a homeland that we dream of every day.”

It is noteworthy that the “Libya Market”, the scene of these horrific thefts, is located on the outskirts of the city of Omdurman, in the western direction of Khartoum, and is considered one of the most famous and largest markets in Khartoum and Sudan as a whole.

It is also the main market for commercial goods such as fabrics, shoes, electrical appliances, furniture, food, and beverages, in addition to real estate, vehicles and spare parts.

However, during the past few days, it turned into an open theater for large-scale looting and looting, which continued until yesterday, Friday.

Eyewitnesses said, according to Al-Arabiya.net, that the merchants resorted to using firearms and knives in a last-ditch attempt to save the remaining goods from the hands of gangs and looters.

They also confirmed that the acts of looting and cracking affected even banks and stores. They added that the convoys of those coming to the market for theft were in huge numbers beyond description, and no force, whatever it was, was unable to repel them.

In addition, they pointed out with great sorrow that there are citizens who are taking advantage of the conditions of the fierce war and the raging battles to forcibly break the locks of shops, warehouses, warehouses and offices, to loot and then set their contents on fire.

They confirmed that there are gangs using anti-tank RPGs to detonate armored bank safes and loot what is inside them.

Since the outbreak of the bloody conflict between the army and the Rapid Support Forces in mid-April, markets, shops, warehouses and warehouses of factories and companies in the industrial zones in the various regions of the capital have been subjected to unprecedented looting and theft in Sudan.

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