“The Sudanese government has warned protestors that it will send out cyber jihadists to “crush” anti-government sentiment.

The National Congress Party took power in Sudan in 1989 after a military coup, but now its 22 year reign is under threat as dissent grows across the country.

Protests have been ongoing since January, similar to those held in Tunisia, Egypt, Libya and Syria, and the Internet is a major tool being used by protestors to organise anti-government campaigns.”

From The Inquirer