Eastern Sudan: Threats to the Beja People and Global Securit
"The Cause" ("توقضياي") by Arka Saber | English Translation
Beja Cultural Day: Walid Phares on Sudan & National Security (Part 1)
Congress Kadale Beeja | masale kadlekai | Masala Peanuts | popular bangalore mysore snack
शादी में खुलेआम कांड होगया किसी को पता भी नहीं चला , शादी में हुई चौकानेवाली घटनाये ,Funny Wedding
The Beja Congress (BC) is a political group comprising several ethnic entities, most prominently the Beja, of the eastern region of Sudan. It was founded in 1957 by Dr. Taha Osman Bileya together with a group of Beja intellectuals, as a political platform for the politically and economically marginalized Beja people. According to the "Black Book", an analysis of Sudanese regional political representation published underground in the late 1990s by Darfur Islamist followers of Hassan al-Turabi, Eastern Sudan has been conspicuous since its independence for its political and economic marginalization. This part of Sudan had fewer ministers and representatives than other parts of the country in the civil and military branches of the central government, as well as having among the lowest rates of education and access to health services in the country.