Abdul Wahid al Nur
Abdul Wahid Mohamed al Nur (also Abdel Wahid el-Nur and Abdulwahid Mohammed Nour) (1968 –) is the leader of the rebel Sudan Liberation Movement (al Nur) faction. Born in Zalingei, West Darfur, he was educated at the University of Khartoum, where he graduated in 1995 with a law degree before working as a lawyer.
In June 1992, al Nur and others at the University of Khartoum created the Sudan Liberation Movement.
- Abdel Wahid Al-Nur, "Why We Won't Talk to Sudan's Islamo-Fascists", The Wall Street Journal, June 18, 2008
- "SLM statement on the secular state", by al Nur
- Video: Al Nur Supports Relations with Israel: "An Israeli Embassy in Khartoum Will Serve the Interests of the Sudanese People".
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