Dr. Hani Raslan dies of corona

Dr. Hani Raslan dies of corona
Dr. Hani Raslan dies of corona

Died Saturday, December 4, 2021, Dr. Hani RaslanAdviser to the Al-Ahram Center for Political and Strategic Studies and an expert on Sudan and African affairs, after he was infected with the new Corona virus.

A number of journalists and writers working at Al-Ahram Foundation mourned the death of Hani Raslan, noting that the death came as a result of the repercussions of infection with the emerging corona virus.

And they demanded to pray for him for mercy and forgiveness, saying: Mercy to our deceased and sincere condolences to his family and all his lovers .. We belong to God and to Him we shall return.

Read also| Center for Political Studies: Abi Ahmed became shaken by the progress of the Tigray forces

Dr. Hani Raslan, Advisor to the Center for Political and Strategic Studies, had many statements and opinions regarding the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam, as he recently stated that the Ethiopian Prime Minister Abi Ahmed has become shaky and confused and his statements are unbalanced due to the rapid progress of the Tigrayan forces towards the capital, Addis Ababa, stressing that the capital is already threatened The road is open to the Tigray forces.

Dr. Hani Raslan added, during an interview on the “Cairo Talk” program with the journalist Ibrahim Issa, on the “Cairo and the People” channel, that Abi Ahmed, the Prime Minister of Ethiopia, is calling on the population to carry and license weapons to defend themselves against Tigray, stressing that the road is now open to Tigray and the movement. It will be fast in the coming days and will only take a month or two.

Dr. Hani Raslan, Advisor to the Center for Political and Strategic Studies, indicated that the Ethiopian government acknowledges the difficulty of its situation now in front of the progress of the Tigrayan forces, and acknowledged the existence of a real threat to the state, according to what the Ministry of Justice announced that what is happening now is an existential threat to the state, which is reflected in Abi Ahmed’s actions. He explained that the roots of the current armed conflict in Ethiopia go back to 1991.

 
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