Friday, May 30, 2014

Think NGO

Most celebrities and activists had moved to more sexier and attractive stories..!!
Most of our fantasies are echoes of brilliant agendas of int'l media rather than true interests and concerns..

Yes, there are sincere NGOs and Individuals, whom capacities and affects are marginal and unsustainable.. No wonder that all attributes of NGO movement and 3rd sector had been invented by wealth, welfare and surplus of particular communities..

Think about it..!

This is how started
Below how it ended
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Thursday, May 29, 2014

Farzana Parveen

Farzana Parveen.. a landmark in Pakistani Civil Rights..
I guess an earthquake is approaching to both traditional mindset and outdated moralities that hinder the human development..
In front of High Court, idle police officers and careless ...
They used to relate honor killing to Islam, yet It is proven a historical tradition beyond any faith.. A full shake up of Pakistani Sociopolitics

Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Declined Egyptian Voting

(The head of the election commission told the MBC-Misr TV station that early estimates put turnout at 35 percent of the nearly 54 million voters in the first two days of voting. That would be a significant drop from the 2012 election that Morsi won, which had a turnout of just under 52 percent)
Associated Press

 This is not a complicit score by M-Brotherhood and affiliates, but a simple sociopolitical downturn.. Exaggerating value of democratic attributes, while majority are torn between religious and moral qualities.. Irresponsible noise by intellectuals, which had blown the confidence in the change process.. Lack of national charisma, despite affiliation to charismatic histories..

I would advise everyone to read or watch (Al-Harafeesh) of Najib Mahfoudh; to restore the essence of leadership that Egypt seeks and needs..


Personally, I don't believe in 3rd world "Intelligentsia" as triggers for change.. Not only they are distant from the common public.. But they lack any attributes of statesmanship.. They mostly are tactical politicians in intellectual camouflage.. They may deter the public by confusion, but unable to provide any healthy sustainable change..
I shall call it Egypt Syndrome..!

Racism, Reverse Racism and Slavery

A British Gypsy Wedding
Illegal Organ Sale in India  

Ethiopian Maid publically tortured in Lebanon

To start with, the notion (below) should address all people, not only the white ones.. However, I agree that most Arabs will not agree, as well as the many fair-skin ones.. Yet; Racism is universal..
Sandra Tetnowski's photo.
Mankind is almost racist by default; reflecting tendencies for power, greed or self esteem; mixed with disagreeable historical and religious concepts.. Therefore; among most cultures and nations, people are implicitly categorized by skin, wealth and religion.. Yes, racism declines by literacy, development and governance; yet, it stills surviving; publically or hidden..
The more people are illiterate, poorer and darker; the more they are sensitive to racial classifications.. Along the social upgrading; people are further racially sensitive; exaggerating their responses; which would deepen and expose the contrary.. This is how ethnic cleansing had widely spread at Africa, Asia, Eastern Europe (where people are mostly alike) rather than at Mediterranean, North America or Western Europe..
In today’s world; the more people are literate, wealthier or fairer, the more they leave racism behind.. I had personally witnessed the same in Europe, Turkey, India, Malaysia, Nile valley and Arabia.. My epistemic gauges towards racism are simple three: cross-race matrimonies, ethnic representations at public office, and racial-trends in media and marketing..
Being affiliate to racial minorities among others, and to dominating majority in Sudan, enables me to observe the racism in practice.. Reverse Racism is temporary state of mind; whereas racial minorities deliberately avoiding reconciliation with the dominating others.. This happens by practicing the three gauges of mine: denouncing cross racial marriages, ignoring competition for political or public service, and invent parallel media and marketing channels.. There are lots of examples to confirm..
Racism is a threshold for Slavery..
Slavery is a long-term social trend; driven and sustained by economic derivatives.. The more people need cheaper labor for both domestic or business growth; the more sustainable racism and slavery are.. Commonly, among the victim races; illiteracy, poverty and vulgarity have higher rates.. Contrary to racism as not related to color of skin, whereas blond Gypsies in Western Europe are stigmatized; slavery had evolved across time towards the darker-skinned.. This is variously existing by sub-Saharan Africans, Untouchables of India, Gypsies of Eastern Europe and Black Hispanics..
Historically; there are five significant slave traders: Romans, Pre-Islamic Arabs, Americans, Mamluks and Ottomans.. Modern times Emancipation and prohibition of slavery had been challenged by businesses rather than trends; which had enabled re-birth of racial categorization; aiming and justifying the reduction of labor costs.. The universal count of slave since dawn of history would conservatively be one hundred million; which would double or triple by indigenous land slaves in Asia..

Romans had enslaved any non-Latin; who eventually turn to be Romans; yet their pioneering statesmanship had sustained the racial demise between Latin and Romans.. Pre-Islam Arabs had mastered the slave trade of Eastern Africa for long; which had strong presence in their domestic, public and intellectual practices.. This was similar to the chronicles of Americans at the eighteen century.. Some historians had suggested two million Africans enslaved by Arabs, and fifteen million by Americans.. Fourteen century Mamluks; literally in Arabic “owned”; who had ruled Egypt and Levant for 300 years; were mostly fair skinned slaves from Balkan, Chechen and central Asia.. This was the peak of slave trade in the Middle East, compromising more than five millions from all races.. Since the sixteen century; the Ottomans had enslaved more than three million people, mostly with fair skins; notably including 300,000 Eastern European women..
What stigmatized Arabs, who are mostly Muslims, was the misspelling of Islamic teachings, which did not denounce slavery, nor encourage.. Most people, including Muslims and Arabs, had mistakenly understood the notion as slavery-favorite rather than provocative to the core of Islam.. Emancipation was widely voluntarily among early Muslims; either a religious offering or a penalty for religious wrongdoings.. Slavery was prohibited at the Arabian Peninsula at 1970th, yet, still formally exists in Mauritania and Mali..
Modern definition of Slavery, which are forced labor, child labor and trafficking are universal.. It was estimated that most countries observe one or more of modern slavery, with total number of thirty million.. This is where Sudan and other countries on the great ethnic partition (African Sahara) are labeled due to the conditions of domestic service at households.. Despite how this statement would provoke enthusiastic activists; they are advised to refer to the related charters and definitions..

Friday, May 23, 2014

The world’s worst countries for workers

A global leaderboard in the race to protect workers’ rights was released today at the ITUC World Congress in Berlin. The ITUC Global Rights Index ranks 139 countries against 97 internationally recognised indicators to assess where workers’ rights are best protected, in law and in practice.
“Countries such as Denmark and Uruguay led the way through their strong labour laws, but perhaps surprisingly, the likes of Greece, the United States and Hong Kong, lagged behind,” said ITUC general secretary Sharan Burrow. “A country’s level of development proved to be a poor indicator of whether it respected basic rights to bargain collectively, strike for decent conditions, or simply join a union at all.”

The International Trade Union Confederation has been collecting data on the abuse of trade union rights around the world for the past 30 years. Now for the first time the ITUC Global Rights Index presents carefully verified information from the last 12 months in an easy-to-use format so that every government and business can see how their laws and supply chains stack up.
Cambodia’s labour law fails to cover many civil servants, there are undue restrictions on the right to elect union representatives, and in 2013 the government responded with lethal force to demonstrators seeking a decent wage and working conditions. This resulted in Cambodia receiving a score of 5 in the Rights Index – the worst possible rating other than for those countries where the rule of law has completely broken down.

In the Middle East, Qatar is yet to allow unions at all for its many migrant workers, while in Latin America, Guatemala was one of the worst places to be a worker, with no guarantee of rights.
Key findings:
  • In the past year, governments of at least 35 countries have arrested or imprisoned workers as a tactic to resist demands for democratic rights, decent wages, safer working conditions and secure jobs.
  • In at least 9 countries murder and disappearance of workers were commonly used to intimidate workers.
  • Workers in at least 53 countries have been dismissed or suspended for attempting to negotiate better working conditions.
  • Laws and practices in at least 87 countries exclude certain type of workers from the right to strike.
At a time when corporate power has never been greater, these results show that almost every country can improve its treatment of workers. Only Denmark received a perfect score of zero for respecting all 97 indicators of workers’ fundamental rights.
The ITUC Global Poll 2014 found almost two-thirds of people want governments to do more to tame corporate power.

“The World Bank’s recent Doing Business report naively subscribed to the view that reducing labour standards is something governments should aspire to,” Sharan Burrow said. “This new Rights Index puts governments and employers on notice that unions around the world will stand together in solidarity to ensure basic rights at work.”

The ITUC Global Rights Index rates countries from one to five according to 97 indicators, with an overall score placing countries in one to five rankings.
1 – Irregular violations of rights: 18 countries including Denmark and Uruguay
2 – Repeated violations of rights: 26 countries including Japan and Switzerland
3 – Regular violations of rights: 33 countries including Chile and Ghana
4 – Systematic violations of rights: 30 countries including Kenya and the USA
5 – No guarantee of rights: 24 countries including Belarus, Bangladesh and Qatar
5+ - No guarantee of rights due to breakdown of the rule of law: 8 countries including Central African Republic and Somalia.


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Editors and Commentators at BBC, CNN, DW, TRT, France24 and others, are getting anxiety sickness with their continuous attempts to "bully" Russians, Egyptians, Libyans and Thais for their "undemocratic" courses..

 The logic would say; not necessarily we share the same views, despite being the same humans..
Our legacy is our diversity, not in our imitations..
Our humane innovation is how to accept each other not to be each other..
Nevertheless, the epistemic gaps of experience and exposure; which demands everyone's time to learn and grow up the way the nation agrees..

 Democracy is the people choice, not the few-outspoken..

 Stop "Westernizing" the world..
We are "Intellectual Species" too..!!

We have different views of eligibilities, liabilities and rights.. Across the non-Western world, people share proximities of visions, which had created the non-aliens movement of 1964.. Yes, at that time, the coalition was political rather than social or cultural

Prioritizing family and kinship is not corruption, but liability
Endorsing Elders and Dynasties is not slavery but respect
Sociopolitical domination is not abuse but equilibrium
Religion is not anesthetization but freedom
Social ranking is not oppression but discretion
Military is not aliens but sacred
Literacy is not a trophy but a social duty
Finally, Death is not awful but a threshold..!

These morals are part of Oriental and South mindset
Forced reformation and restructure disturb the norms
Anxiety on Democracy, Media, Industrialization and Trade; is killing us
We always accepted to be your raw resources, cheap fuel and open markets.. So stop the ****..!!

Give the people the luxury to grow and reshape themselves

When we had invented our monuments and landmarks we were not democratic, nor ruled by civilians..
Nor, when we had contributed in Mathematics, physics and chemistry..
Nor, when we had incubated Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Buddhism and all other relig
ions and faiths..
Nor, when we established remarkable urbanity in India, China, Iraq, Persia, Egypt or Morocco; which all had fallen under your boots..!
History should be rewritten; not for more stakes, but for fairness..


Racism in Mexico

Inevitably, our values and visions are the people we had interacted with..!!

It was an experiment with children, replicating the experiment designed by Kenneth and Mamie Clark in the '30s in the U.S.
Here we show part of the results that reflect the responses of the majority of the children that wer...e interviewed for this investigation.
The video was produced in a space of trust and the children answered with complete freedom.
In fact, a black doll was repainted to a skin tone a little bit lighter and the blue eyes changed to brown eyes.

Tuesday, May 20, 2014

66 Years of Nakba

Salute to the ONLY true worldly case of injustice, aggression and oppression..
توخذيش كل الأغراض يا إم أحمد ، خذي الشغلات المهمة بس ، كلها يومين وبنرجع ..
اليومين صارو 66 سنة يا أبو أحمد.
اليومين صاروا عقدين
والنكبة صارت نكبتين
بس لسا مفتاح البيت معانا ورح نرجع لفلسطين !

أنا منكوب ابن منكوب ، تزوجت منكوبة و رزقت منها بثلاث منكوبات، و بناتي المنكوبات تزوجن من منكوبين ، و صار لي مجموعة من الأحفاد الممكوبين !

نحن شعب الله المنكوب ، و نكبتنا ليست بسبب زلزال أغادير ، أو إعصار ساندي ، أو وباء الكوليرا ، أو قنبلة هيروشيما !

نكبتنا خاصة بنا وحدنا ، بدأت بتصادم تاريخي بين السماء و الأرض ، حين قرر شعب الله المختار أن يتمختر علينا ، و يحط كالجراد على بلادنا و يلتهم زرعنا و يقضم خبز بلادنا، نتشة نتشة !
نكبتنا كتبها علينا الخواجة بلفور الذي (بلف) بلادنا و أعطاها وطناً مفروشاً لعدونا !

اليوم صارت نكبتنا (ختيارة ) نحتفل بعيد ميلادها السادس و الستين، في بلاد الشتات ، و نحن نشهر مفاتيح بيوتنا في وجه هذا العلم الدجال !
هرمنا و شاخت نكبتنا معنا ، و ما زال طفل منا سيولد بعد قليل ، يقول في مستشفى الولادة أنه من صفورية قضاء الناصرة!
نحن شعب الله المنكوب ، الشعب الوحيد في الدنيا الذي ما يزال نصفه تحت الاحتلال ، و نصفه الأخر في مخيمات اللاجئين ! في عالم منافق لا يكف عن التحدث عن حقوق الانسان !
في صباح النكبة سألني حفيدي هنا في السويد أخر الأرض: شو يعني نكبة ؟ فقلت له: النكبة يا صغيري أن تأتي اليهودية راشيل زميلتك في المدرسة ، إلى غرفة نومك و تلبس بيجامتك و تنام في سريرك و تسرق ألعابك ، و أنت تنام في خيمة بالحديقة ، و تقول لك كل يوم: هذا بيتي و أنت لا بيت لك !

قال حفيدي غاضباً: بديش !
هذه ( البديش ) هي التي يقولها شعب الله المنكوب منذ 66 عاماً ، هي وحدها ما بقي لنا و لا يستطيع أحد أن يجعلها (بهمش) !
كل نكبة و (بديش ) بخير !
Wherever on earth, people have their share in developing atrocities, brutality and destructions.. Either by supporting the charismatic deceiving rulers; who lead the herds to the ambush; or by their scandalous bigotry and hatred towards coexistence; then fell prey for games of powers.. This was proven across histories, geographies and cultures..
Only in Palestinians had no leaders to deceive, no ethnic or religious distances among citizens, and no socioeconomic divides, yet paid, and still, a heavy price for global game of powers..
This is where I stand

Monday, May 19, 2014

Ramses Wissa Wassef

A Forgotten Architecture
بناء بالطين (الجالوص) بدون قوالب أو طوب ، فقط عروق خشب للأسقف والأعتاب
كم يمكن أن نثري العمارة والبناء في السودان وأفريقيا
الابداع المنسي أو المحظور لـ رمسيس ويصا واصف
القباب والعقود الطينية التي لا أنسى منذ 1980
الألفة والسحر في العمارة الداخلية

Sunday, May 18, 2014


A Telephone Conversation:

  • Hello, How are you?
  • Fine, Thanks?
  • How is your wife and boys?
  • She had traveled to see her parents. I'm stuck with the boys
  • I guess if they would accompany her would be good for them
  • Nooo.. I can't spare them.. It is too dangerous over there..!
(a pit of silence..)
  • However, she will come back tomorrow. It was only a five days trip
  • Safe return
  • Shall we catch up the day after
  • Ok, fair, looking forward
  • Take care
  • Bye

This is how the masculine culture had broken down the Arab world
I had spent sometime trying to imagine how this young mother would react
Then realized that it seems OK for this culture for women to be oppressed
Arab women are mostly domestic and reproduction utilities..!!

Friday, May 16, 2014

The Social Media

This not about technology change.. It is about sustainable trend to keep a person connected, informed and motivated..

A Landslide in India

How Healthy.. or Wealthy..?

Not only the BRIC, but the entire world is anxiously observing..Do not miss it..!

To understand the Indian game:
"Voters, however, mostly told me that they couldn’t be “bought”; they took from all parties but voted their conscience on Election Day. When I repeated this to a state assembly candidate, he told me that I misunderstood. H
e was not “buying” votes with cash handouts, but buying into the game; to distribute cash did not guarantee victory, he reasoned, it kept one competitive. “If money is distributed, voters might give you a chance. But if money is not distributed, you are finished.”

The same is typically repeated everywhere.. everywhere..
"The country’s politicians are increasingly being drawn from four demographics: political dynasties, criminals, industrialists and celebrities. Common to all, of course, are deep pockets."

The Final Numbers

This is how it had started

Monday, May 12, 2014

Asian Shariah Councils

The Council of Islamic Ideology (CII) concluded their 192nd meeting on Thursday with the ruling that women are un-Islamic and that their mere existence contradicted Sharia and the will of Allah. As the meeting concluded CII Chairman Maulana Muhammad Khan Shirani noted that women by existing defied the laws of nature, and to protect Islam and the Sharia women should be forced to stop existing as soon as possible. The announcement comes a couple of days after CII’s 191st meeting where they dubbed laws related to minimum marriage age to be un-Islamic.
After declaring women to be un-Islamic, Shirani explained that there were actually two kinds of women – haraam and makrooh. “We can divide all women in the world into two distinct categories: those who are haraam and those who are makrooh. Now the difference between haraam and makrooh is that the former is categorically forbidden while the latter is really really disliked,” Shirani said.

Pakistan and most of the Muslim-majority Asian countries have bizarre charters, allowing communities to form Shariah Councils on village level, upwards.. These mostly-tribal councils have no coordination or authorization, yet federal governments would listen to them in domestic issues, and would accept their penal verdicts..

Remember Pakistani Mukhtaran; who had been publicly "Raped" by a council verdict.. In another incident in Indonesia, a council banned women "Fart" while standing..!!!!
Regretfully, this undermines the "urban" efforts to modernize their countries.. No wonder that religious teaching grows extremism or formal one grows secularism.. i.e., British MP "Sajjed" who never been "Sajjed"..!

The Pakistani Council of Islamic Ideology is a "freak" legal body, which insists on "Salafi" doctrines.. It might be leaked news, yet matches their views..


Like many others, I daily received more than 5 scam mails; which are typically generated by Nigerians.. Criminal mail scams became synonymous to Nigerians since their astonishing $5million penetration to the US Federal Pension System in 1990th.. However, the most populous country in Africa had been stuck with deep rooted corruption, deteriorated urbanity and declined human development.. Apparently, Nigerian politicians and intellectuals are either confused on what to do, or simply joined the ruling gangs..

In my attempt to understand the roots of Boko Haram, I was amazed with the numbers of Nollywood; yet was amazed further with the scale of violence, nudity and brutality in their production.. Regardless what drama is introduced; the common audience receive floods of materialistic, immoralities and porn feed across the scenes.. I guess either no a Control Board is there, or a very weak one.. I can't accept freedom as an option..!!
Therefore, no wonder for Boko Haram to evolve from Nollywood, as how the Arabic extremism evolved from the Egyptian 1970th entertainment and media industry.. At that time, AlHarm Street, where Egywooly, night clubs and celebrities had situated.. Abi-foq-AlShajarh, was the trigger for new culture deviating from the identity..
Egywood and Nollywood are migrations from the authentic realities of their societies, introducing 3 hours of wishful dreams, desires relief and temporary anesthesia for less than a Dollar..
When people retrieve their normal life, certainly most of them turn confused; while few go wildly angry..!!

The cinema of Nigeria (referred to informally as Nollywood) is the Nigerian film industry which grew quickly in the 1990s and 2000s to become the second largest film industry in the world in number of annual film productions, placing it ahead of the United States and behind only Indian cinema.

The Nigerian film industry is worth NG₦853.9 billion (US$5.1 billion) as at 2014 and produces hundreds of home videos and films per annum. Nigerian cinema is Africa's largest movie industry in terms value and the number of movies produced per year. Although Nigerian films have been produced since the 1960s, the rise of affordable digital filming and editing technologies has stimulated the country's film and video industry.

Portrayal in the Western media
  • The 2007 documentary Welcome to Nollywood by director Jamie Meltzer gives an overview of the industry. It pays particular attention to directors Izu Ojukwu and Chico Ejiro, and acknowledges the unusual, rapid, and enterprising way that most Nollywood films are created as well as their significance and contribution to the greater society and the production difficulties Ojukwu faced during production of his war epic Laviva.
  • Franco Sacchi's 2007 documentary This Is Nollywood follows the production of Check Point, directed by Bond Emeruwa. It features interviews with Nigerian filmmakers and actors as they discuss their industry, defend the types of films they make and detail the kind of impact they can have. In 2007, Franco Sacchi presented the film on Nollywood at the TED conference.
  • The 2007 Danish documentary Good Copy Bad Copy features a substantial section on Nigerian cinema. It focuses on the direct-to-DVD distribution of most Nigerian movies, as well as the industry's reliance on off-the-shelf video editing equipment as opposed to the more costly traditional film process.
  • A 2008 Canadian documentary Nollywood Babylon was co-directed by Ben Addelman and Samir Mallal, and produced by AM Pictures and the National Film Board of Canada in association with the Documentary Channel. It played in the Official Competition at the Sundance Film Festival in January 2009.




Tuesday, May 6, 2014

Again.. Boko Haram

All what's required: A courage Muslim Authority to issue a Fatwa to criminalize BOKO Haram; condemning their deeds and verdict them for Islamic Penal Code..
They deviated and terrorize innocent people for no reason or justification.. The claims of Islamic state has no authority, and chaotic..
The Muslim Authorities' silence is either hypocrisy, complicity or cowardice..
Certainly, all are not Islamic..!!

إِنَّ الَّذِينَ يَكْتُمُونَ مَا أَنْزَلْنَا مِنَ الْبَيِّنَاتِ وَالْهُدَى مِنْ بَعْدِ مَا بَيَّنَّاهُ لِلنَّاسِ فِي الْكِتَابِ أُولَئِكَ يَلْعَنُهُمُ اللَّهُ وَيَلْعَنُهُمُ اللَّاعِنُونَ 159/2
Those who conceal the clear (Signs) We have sent down, and the Guidance, after We have made it clear for the people in the Book,-on them shall be Allah.s curse, and the curse of those entitled to curse,-

الَّذِينَ يَنقُضُونَ عَهْدَ اللَّهِ مِن بَعْدِ مِيثَاقِهِ وَيَقْطَعُونَ مَا أَمَرَ اللَّهُ بِهِ أَن يُوصَلَ وَيُفْسِدُونَ فِي الأَرْضِ أُولَـئِكَ هُمُ الْخَاسِرُونَ 27/2
Those who break Allah.s Covenant after it is ratified, and who sunder what Allah Has ordered to be joined, and do mischief on earth: These cause loss (only) to themselves.
Nigerian State had given away their harsh retaliation, due to western (Human Right Advocacy) which had lately resulted in growing influence and mushroom of those illiterate and inhumane species, claiming to be Muslims..!

The true irony is how we "civilizedly" maintain the "Right to Live" for individuals who deliberately denounce the same for others.. In their views; not everyone worth or deserve living unless abide to their code..

The judiciary code is about fairness and equal obligations and rights.. Not about satisfying our "civilized" advocacy of life.. Therefore, the paradox exists, crippling our "civilized" world by rebellious incompetents, neutralizing any efforts for sustainable reform, and jeopardize critical future opportunities towards prosperity and peace..

Islam had clearly condemned such psychic brutality, describing those individuals as irrevocably malfunctioned to engage any community, and verdict them for dismissal from life..

There is no epistemic conflict in the 1400 years old Islamic verdict..!!


Sunday, May 4, 2014

Rethink Sudan


Most Think Tanks, Universities, Int'l Org's and NGOs treat Sudan as member of the Sub-Sahara African community..

That colorful, diverse, young, rebellious and non-extremist region..

(Azawad, Shabab & Boko Haram are not indigenous..!!)

te how many would feel angry, goes into denial or violently respond; this became a fact in academia, policies and operations..
Nevertheless; there is no tools of capacities to confront the global syndicate..

Maybe it is a serious time to Rethink-Sudan..!!
Enough Debating..!!

(It is in English, because bi-lingual is intellectual)

The third millennia has its distinct conditions of envision, caliber, processing and delivery; whereas no vacancy for trials, assumptions or excuses is morally or functionally acceptable; within the inevitable global urban race towards sustainability, governance and excellence.. Not all the issues are mandatory for discussion, but all epistemic barriers should be removed, enabling wider vision and envision outside the crippling man-made boundaries

Certainly, intellectuality is a primer condition; which sets eligibility to understand referrals, add value and motivate others; yet adherence to the basic cultural foundations is not an option; in a world swiftly and unmercifully erases all borders and identities.. Cautiously; age, gender, ethnic and religious weighting will be addressed within the authentic national code of morals and practices

Powering Gear
Intellectual led networks of national clubs; whereas communities are empowered, socioeconomic are developed and urban elevations are the main concerns.. Such clubs should be the focus-by-choice for aspirations, mediation and coherence.. Restructuring and placement of Estate Pillars will enable proper contributions and enlightenments for the competitions

Cultural Foundations
Today's world has little consideration for historical referrals; unless used to refuel or defuse conflicts of social fabrics, yet; Monotheism, Nilotics, Movability and Conservatism are the ruling livelihood motivations within the Sudanese territories; which progressively interact with a rich and diverse eco system.. Enabling co-existence means empowering all groups to grow, evolve and share the rights of wealth, opportunities and expressions

Political Vision
National Borders are synonymous with complex historical and authentic ruling systems; whereas concepts, models and dreams migrate in both directions; therefore; it is inevitable to recall local experiences, develop progressive debates and enforce estate pillars to correspond with convenience, governance and transparency.. World order is a momentous energy that requires conscious comprehension rather than arrogant confliction

Socioeconomic Framework
Slow urbanism had preserved the economic characteristics of traditional social exchange and formation; which stand unshaken despite the changed forms of wealth distribution; dictating the adequate model for socioeconomic development and growth.. The three sector economy is the revolutionary concept towards balanced and lasting growth and fulfillment; which amazingly correspond to heritage and dreams together