On June 3,  the Sudanese military and militia forces attacked the peaceful sit-in outside the Army Command in Khartoum, where thousands of protesters had gathered since 6 April to demand a peaceful transition to civilian rule after mass protests  brought down the 30-year despotic rule of Omar al-Bashir.  Over 100 have been killed, hundreds injured, and the encampment set on fire.

Counter-revolution has reared its bloody head in Sudan carried out by General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan and the Transitional Military Council. This past weekend al-Burhan coordinated with US-ally Saudi Arabia and other regional powers who undoubtedly green-lit this escalation of violence.  This comes after a successful two day general strike last week where over 80% of the country shut down demanding civilian rule.

The Sudanese people have responded by calling for an indefinite political general strike and mass civil disobedience around the country to bring down the regime and bring about democracy and immediate civilian rule. We stand with the Sudanese people fighting for freedom and democracy and call for an end to massacre, repression, and counter-revolution in Sudan.

The Transitional Military Council has cut off the internet in Sudan since its massacre at the General Command sit-in and attacks on the sit-ins in other cities like Al-Nuhud, on Monday, June 3rd.  This is to stop communication and organizing in the country and to prevent information from leaking regarding the massacres they continue to commit against unarmed protesters.

The Central Committee of Sudan Doctors, a critical organization in upholding the revolution, is the main organization on the ground working to both treat the wounded, coordinate care and track the numbers of the dead and the causes of death. The military considers this organization very dangerous and has targeted and killed some of its members  particularly in the early months of the uprising.

Below is the latest statement of the Central Committee of Sudan Doctors.   Please spread widely to radical organizations, anti-racist organization,  progressive politicians and especially to any unions in the health and medical field.   Statements,  protests and other events  in solidarity with the Sudanese uprising are desperately needed.

البيان باللغة العربية Official Arabic translation     https://www.facebook.com/Sudandoctorscommittee/photos/a.1775635796055662/2339643126321590/?type=3&theater