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The Daily Q presents: Sudan Revolts

Hazar Kilani

You may have come across a wave of hashtags concerning Sudan on social media recently. Hashtags such as #SudanUprising, #SudanRevolts, or in Arabic, #تسقط_بس, have been used to call for a revolution in Sudan. In addition, shouts for freedom have been echoing in the streets of Sudan for more than 2 months. The Sudanese diaspora often retreat to social media to participate in the revolution back home by raising awareness. The Daily Q spoke to Ola Diab and Alzake Yagoub, two Sudanese expats currently residing in Doha, about their thoughts on the protests.

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