Hardliner wrote:Meron and Yoha,
You guys are right, Numeri was still the president of Sudan. However, I thought the heroic Melake was shot in the heat of the moment. If Abdella planned to eliminate Melake first, perhaps he knew if anyone was capable of foiling his plan it was Melake, but he had a lot of respect for him. As a matter of fact, both Melake and Abdella were the most patriotic and heroic in the leadership. Abdella loathed Ahmed Nasser for the right reasons.The man was a wimp. If anything, the rifrafs in Addis were Nasser's wimpish leadership products.
Abdela Idris was an Arab puppet who even tried to impose Sharia law in the Eritrean lowland by passing a directive urging women not to make Suwa..Plus Jebha under his leadership was in the hand of the Saudi Arabian intelligence service. Read the book..Ferdi Gobo Arey by Michael Adonai, and you will get some bigger picture how Abdela idris tried to make us Arabs.
As far as Melaake Tekle...He was emotional....At one episode...He entered a conference room with a gun concealed under his hat...Once Abdela Idris made some comments which was not in line with Melaake Tekle...He took out the gun from his hat and threatned to kill Abdela Idris..but unfortunately, he didnt kill him when he got his chance...He calmed down.......As a result Abdela had the last laugh when he killed him in kassala sudan.