Opposition leaders and civil society groups in Cad said leader of Idriss Deby of the central African country for visiting Israel earlier this week, and intended to establish diplomatic links with him.
Political and civic leaders said that Chad should not restore diplomatic relations with Israel as long as he continues to occupy Palestinian territories, and in the absence of a consolidated decision by African states to establish relations.
Deby became the first leader of the largest Muslim nation to visit Jerusalem for decades, which came back by Chadian's analysts as the achievement of coronating information and military relations between the government of Deby and Israel.
Fadoul Abderazak Al Jazeera, who reports to Djamena's capital, said that most Chad's political organization suspects that Deby's motivation behind restoring relations with Israel is to maintain control over the country using military support and information information.
Chad had broken his relations with Israel in 1972 after the African Union, a predecessor of the current African Union, decided its member states to break diplomatic relations with Israel as Palestinians.
The Chad Civil Associations Alliance for Jerusalem, a group of 22 civil organizations announced a statement in condemning the Deby visit to Israel.
"We strongly indicate the president's visit to the Zionist entity," he said.
"Through this statement, we are announcing an apology on behalf of the people of Chad claiming that the president's visit does not represent us as it will not change the support of our people to the Palestinian case," he added.
The leader of the opposition, Mahamat-Ahmad Alhabo, head of the Freedom and Development party, objected to the prevention process, saying that Chad should not consent to Africa to restore a connection with Israel.
Alhabo said Deby did not inform Chad's people of a visit to Israel, adding that Chadians had come to know him through Israel's media.
|Mahamat-Ahmad Alhabo [Al Jazeera]|
"Israel only cares for its own interests and intends to use Chad as a Trojan horse who can use it as a leading foundation to establish links with other African countries," added Alhabo.
"Chad should not restart relations with Israel after he has forced his aggression against the Palestinians and expires to occupy Palestinian lands illegally, especially the Muslim holy places in Jerusalem," he said.
The prime minister of Israel's office said in a statement on Tuesday that Netanyahu would visit Chad soon to officially establish diplomatic links between the two countries.
But to Abu Bakr, Djamena's former mayor and a member of the party told her during the 70's, Al Al Jazeera said that Chad should not consider her religious or cultural background when discussing her relations with Israel.
"Chad benefits from having a connection with Israel, especially as Israel has military capabilities and intelligence in advance," he said.
Israel's Vision for Africa
Themeisa Fakuda, senior researcher at the Al Jazeera Studies Center and a specialist in central Africa, said that Israel is starting a big deal on the continent and is making a significant contribution to the support of African states, especially in East Africa.
Arab countries have neglected Africa and let Israel reinstate its presence, which once was the first aid for Arabic cases in the international arena, says Kakuda.
Fakuda added, although African leaders benefit from accessing Israeli information and military training, and Israel on the other hand has an eye on a more strategic objective.
Israel aims to change the UN equation and legalize its policies in the Palestinian territories that are in the care of the world.
Themeisa Fauda, Africa expert
"The main objective for pushing Israel towards Africa is to increase its numbers when it comes to votes in UN institutions, such as the General Assembly and the Human Rights Council. African nations tend to support & # 39 , the Palestinians and condemn the actions of Israel, "he said.
He argued, as Israel saw through its efforts in Africa, that the vote of the UN votes will ultimately change to show that Israel is more widely accepted by the international community.
"Israel aims to change the United Nations equation and legalize its policies in the Palestinian territories in the face of the world," added Kafuda.
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