Sudan Coup: Democracy Delayed, or Stopping the Muslim Brotherhood?

This week’s military coup in Sudan may have had more to do with stopping the advance of Islamic extremism in the region than it did with quashing democracy.

Appearing on this week’s episode of The Global Lane, LTC (Ret.) Sargis Sangari, CEO of the Near East Center for Strategic Engagement said few of Sudan’s neighbors in the region have criticized the coup because, unlike the Biden administration, they understand the military acted to safeguard the country and region from ISIS terrorists and the growing influence of the Islamic Brotherhood.

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