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Abdulahe Mahmoud
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Sheikh Ibrahim Sultan.. the great national leader and social reformer

On September 1987,, the body of the great national leader Sheikh Ibrahim Sultan Al-Thara in Kassala cemetery, where thousands of Eritrean people and their friends participated in the burial of thousands of Eritrean people.. Sheikh Ibrahim Sultan died in Cairo on September 1 from The same month, in a strange match with the history of armed struggle in the s - and his body went to Kassala to be buried among his people.

The occasion passed this year without being trusted.. Although it was the man who formulated the longing and ambitions of the Eritrean people in the entity he founded, in the fortieth century, in the name of the Islamic Association Party, and he who came out of the Between the legacy of joining Ethiopia and the blood of retail and division, a legitimate united and independent country.. His generation and generations after him have gone by and they are holding the same flag to achieve this noble end.. Sheikh Ibrahim Sultan did not only take the political role, but he paid attention to the importance of reform Socialism as a major factor in the alignment of the people behind the demand of independence, corrected the societal imbalances, removed many distortions, melted the artificial disparities between the people, and liberated the will of the Ertarian people and mobilized them towards demanding the unified and independent nation. Vally his fragrant biography:

Sheikh Ibrahim Sultan.. Founder of the Islamic Association Party (1909 AD).
Early Life: Ibrahim Sultan Ali was born in Kern in March 1909, a father working in agriculture and trade and his homeland in the region of Sahel.
Received the Holy Qur ' an in the retreat of Khalifa Jafar Bakrn. He studied in the field of technical education at the Salvajo Raji Bakrn Institute and the Umberto Basmra School.
Practical life: - He worked as a head (Nazir) at a train station from (1922-1926) working as a civil servant in both Kern, Aghardat, Tasni, Adi and Qari, and in Waqrou near a fried in the region Dare for six months.
- He was good at speaking and translating in Arabic, Italian and experimental languages as well as running.
Under the Italian rule, he worked from 1926-1941 AD as head of the Islamic affairs department of the Office of Political Affairs.

In the British era, he served as head of the Office of Local Affairs until April. 1943 pm
- Resigned from government work and founded a recent cheese production plant in Tasni city, the factory was in operation until the end of the year. 1945 pm.
- Then he became one of the top employees of the Eritrean Chamber of Commerce, which was founded that year, until the end of September 1946
- Political life: In May 1941, he was a founding member of the Love of the Homeland Society, then he founded the Party of the Islamic Association of Artreu on 3 AD, and the Islamic Association took from Kern It is based until all parties were dissolved through direct Ethiopian intervention in the late s.
- Ibrahim Sultan was the most prominent character in the establishment of the Independent Bloc in July 1949, which called for the full independence of Eritrea, attended the sessions of the third session of the United Nations General Assembly on 3 th session of the association also in November. 1950 In January 1951, he co-founded the Eritrean Democratic Front (EDF) and became its Secretary-General.

He was elected a member of the first Ertri parliament in 15 / 5 / 1952 as a representative of his Al-Rqabat tribe, which later became its leader (its principal) according to the traditional Al-Ahli administrative system for the period 1948 - 1950 pm.
- Political capabilities: British administration acknowledged his political capabilities and intelligence after they were campaigning against him and described him as a man subject to Italy's influence and money for the purpose of underestimating him, but they found themselves forced to defend himself. Acknowledging that he was not a politician in this period following his efforts at the United Nations.
- Ibrahim Sultan was the actual engine of the independence movement in the Eritrean Square, and was beyond the political understanding that was prevailing among the leaders of the parties and politicians of Eritrean at that time. British documents have stated that (he is a political force we have to face.. and he has an amazing ability to get out of trouble).
- Social role: play a big role in ending class division in Eritrea where tribal groups in Eritrea were divided into two layers of Shamakli and Tqri where the second layer is obliged to pay royalties to the first class to be handed over to the land administration Tetanism, as the first class does not milk livestock and represents it in the second class and other social persecution, Ibrahim Sultan dismantled Shamakli's authority and did what he could to end these situations.

Exile and contributing to the struggle against colonialism: Ibrahim Sultan left Ertrea in February 1958 at Idris Muhammad Adam's family to Sudan, from it to Cairo, where he contributed to national action and setting the atmosphere for the Eritrean Revolution.
- His death: Sheikh Ibrahim Sultan died on the day of the revolution on September 1, 1987 in Cairo, at four in the evening after suffering from the disease, and was buried at six in the evening on September 1987, 1987 in the neighborhood The seal near the Taca Mountain in the Sudanese city of Kasala, where it was sold to its last place about 5000 people in a majestic procession.
- We ask God for mercy and forgiveness source facebook Abdulahe Mahmoud



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