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May 10, 2012 (KHARTOUM) – Sudanese President Omer Al-Bashir vowed on Thursday that threats and resolutions by the UN Security Council (UNSC) and its African Union counterpart (AUPSC) will not force his country to alter its policy towards South Sudan.

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Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir addresses celebrating troops during his visit to Sudan’s main petroleum centre of Heglig on April 23, 2012

Addressing a mobilisation rally held at the Oil House in the capital Khartoum, Al-Bashir asserted that the UN cannot impose on Sudan “something it does not want.”

The Sudanese president was referring to a UNSC resolution issued on 3 May on the conflict between his country and neighbouring South Sudan.

Based on a roadmap referred by the AUPSC, the UNSC resolution ordered immediate cessation of hostilities between the two neighbours and threatened them with non-military sanctions if they don’t return to negotiations on oil exports, disputed borders, security and citizenship with a three-month deadline to conclude them.

The resolution, which followed the worst fighting in mid-April between the two countries around the disputed oil region of Helig, also directed Khartoum to cooperate with the rebel Sudan People’s Liberation Movement North (SPLM-N), which Khartoum accuses Juba of backing.

SPLM-N has been fighting Sudanese government forces in the border regions of South Kordofan and Blue Nile since last year.

Hope for a negotiated settlement to the conflict was dashed when Al-Bashir disavowed a deal signed by his negotiators in Addis Ababa in June last year.

The deal was meant to stop the fighting and recognise the SPLM-N as a legal political party in Sudan.

“We only do the things we want to do. And no security council or the whole world for the matter can force us to act otherwise” Al-Bashir told the crowd.

Al-Bashir accused the ruling Sudan People’s Liberation Movement (SPLM) in Juba of plotting to change the regime in Khartoum, and vowed that his country will always respond in kind.

“If they want to change the regime in Khartoum, we will work to change the regime in Juba. If they want to attrite us, we will attrite them. And if they want to support our rebels, we will support theirs.”

He further conditioned his country’s return to negotiations on resolving all security problems, adding that Khartoum will not negotiate on any of the outstanding issues unless it guarantees no further aggression on Sudan’s territories.

Khartoum says it officially accepts the UNSC resolution but stresses that security issues must be accorded priority in the talks.

The Sudanese government is keen to secure a deal that ensures Juba’s cessation of alleged support to Sudanese rebels in the hope that it will then be able to crush them militarily.

Al-Bashir’s ruling National Congress Party (NCP) already announced on Wednesday its total rejection of the UNSC’s imposition of cooperation with the SPLM-N.

This rejection was all but expected due to pressure from extremist elements within the NCP and its far-right cousin, the Just Peace Forum (JPF), led by Al-Bashir’s uncle Al-Tayeb Mustafa.

South Sudan, which denies Khartoum’s accusations of supporting rebels, says it accepts the UNSC resolution.

Al-Bashir also threatened to tighten closure of borders with South Sudan if no security deal is reached.

Sudan already declared a state of emergency in border areas with South Sudan and announced a policy of “shoot to kill” against any elements involved in cross-border trade.

(ST)

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  • 11 May 2012 08:49, by Mahmoud mohamed Abdalla

    Few days ago: Ban Ki-moon, the UN secretary-general, has called the south’s seizure of Heglig an "illegal act" and urged the two nations to negotiate to avoid all-out war.
    And today with big mouth based on double standards. He declared what being instructed by the new colonizationists.

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    • 11 May 2012 09:04, by Akook

      Bashir even when he is face with imense challenges of rebellion over the Sudan, he really is a man and talks like my president.
      He is capable to shrug off nonsenses unlike my little poor insect leadership here in Juba! low esteemed personality

      Im sick of them, reading a slave hearted Deng Alor today in the news vowing talks adding even though our women and children are being bombed by Bashir

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      • 11 May 2012 09:25, by Akook

        In search of dignity you will never get, Kiir, a man created as a natural sobordinate to other man has unexpectly stumbed into the South leadership advised by slaves like Deng Alor and Luka Biong, pple with no history of resistant in our recent history. Shame history equals no dignity at all, that your trying to revive lately

        Abyei issue hijack everything including right to self defense Oh God

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      • 11 May 2012 09:27, by Louis Ocampo

        Who will pray in Kauda today?
        Criminal Al-Bashir is known by empty threats,he is under sever mental problems.To Hague with him.

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        • 11 May 2012 10:16, by Morthon Akol

          today is friday. and Kouda still in hand of Rebel where President criminal Bashir is going to pray? Bashir have no way at least to accept to set down with SPLA N otherwise comrade Abass will come very soon.

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        • 11 May 2012 11:26, by Mahmoud mohamed Abdalla

          Luis Moreno Ocampo, the chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, has had his knuckles rapped by the International Labour Organization for sacking the head of the ICC’s public relations department, Christian Palme.

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        • 11 May 2012 11:31, by Mahmoud mohamed Abdalla

          The white colonizationists are using black Africans (BA) to capture and sell other blacks (History repeats itself).

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      • 11 May 2012 09:32, by viper

        Akook, please answer me. Are you with us or are you with them? How come a true S. Sudanese national call the leadership in Juba an insect leadership? This talking of insects is for them and we have to avoid it as nationals. Let the enemy use it. Second to that we ss do criticize with the spirit of nationalism, why have you exceeded that? , be a nationalist

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        • 11 May 2012 10:12, by Aarai Baka

          To viper
          Akook know what he mean in his comments, Akook don’t like yes sire leader but no. Leave him alone as he’s disappointed to the leadership of yes sire, I will do whatever u have said sire, come on act like a guy with some balls not like a pussy. Protected your own gate without outside help. Borderlines has to be done by guns, booths or forcefully way that will be understand it by your foes

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        • 11 May 2012 10:48, by mohammed ali

          Viper, the leadership in Juba is parazite, they are living by sucking the blood of the poor, starving & hungery pple.They are feeding their families in Australia with the blood of the poor & hungry.They are sending the children of the po or, starving to die in unnecessary war, while their children are drivin BMW to the best schools in Australia!Parazites!

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          • 11 May 2012 13:55, by viper

            Does it mean that we abandon our ancestorial lands to you, the fake and useless Arabs of the sudan because our leaders have sent their boys abroad? Or does it mean that we stop claiming our rights couz the kids of our leaders are driving BMW in the western world? Look at this confused mohamed Ali. You go and tell those rubbishes to those who have low understanding

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            • 11 May 2012 23:46, by mohammed ali

              Viper, no, you have to remain in your land, claim everything which you think is yours, even fight for it!Equaly, you have to protect it from those who you call " your leaders"!Do you mean they are allowed to loooooot because they push the poor & needy to fight the " fake,confused Arabs" & die for that cause?Or you are one of those driving the BMW?!

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          • 12 May 2012 09:49, by Peacocktail

            Mohammed Ali,

            Talking of our Leaders having children abroad is not new for any Country, Why do we have Leaders? Bashir adopted Child plus another one from Dungola ( Young Boy) are in Saudi Arabia overseeing Your Uncle Bashir companies in Saudia. Bashir wanted War with People Republic of South Sudan and if not Kills during the Last War because of his fear from OCampo court, He will comit suicide

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        • 11 May 2012 15:48, by Akook

          Viper.., what patriotism are you talking brother when innocent women and children are being sprayed upon day in, day out and our weak leadership is just watching it like a holywood movie. They are not worth any name if they are not protecting their vulnerables, what are they up being paid to what?????

          shame on them..

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      • 11 May 2012 13:56, by Johndumo14

        Omar Albashir is a death man,He is a Gay man (Luti) he have no children,the childern he have are adopted kids,now he is wanted by the inter.court,he is a thief ,he has enemies in the north -sudan and south sudan,he has no where to run,so he want to die with other,what are the North sudanese waiting for? They are waiting for him to kill in million? for us in the south we can defend ourselvs.

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        • 12 May 2012 10:03, by Peacocktail

          President is just a war disable and Would like to revenge the soring pain triger by Ocampo Court of indicted.He is talkking back people of South SUdan and North back to war forget that one day South Sudan and North Sudan will live side by side. We can not change people in North to SOuth Sudan, Never but NCP regime MUST GO and SRF to take over and take the country for fresh Election,SPLM-N oye

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      • 11 May 2012 15:48, by Zionist

        Akook

        You praised Bashiir as a real man, copycat his words "insects and slaves", then you cried about our women and childern been killed by the same man you’ve just praised. Your stand is not clear, and you seemed confused about your loyality between Kiir and Bashiir.

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    • 11 May 2012 09:07, by Lango2010

      When Ki-moon was condemning RSS you were so glad but now as he is telling you the same language you accused him. you are not the only people made of gold and silver
      if mean violating the UNSC resolution do it quitely and don’t your baseless accusation on our people of RSS
      Tit for Tat
      yes what you inflict on us will be inflicted on as well
      we fear nothing from you.

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    • 11 May 2012 09:56, by BM-21

      Mahomuud
      Ban-Ki-Moon is just working with the human right ,we are the one who supose to accuse him Ban- ki, beco the time you contracted away our oil in Panthou ,to China ,U had paid 5% to UNSC.!!!!

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      • 11 May 2012 11:43, by Mahmoud mohamed Abdalla

        BM-21
        Ban-Ki-Moon is SG of UN. The guy is complying with all the united nations regulations. I asked him publicly why not the Black Africa have permanent seat in the security council. His was reply was in compliance with what stated by USA, UK and FRANCE. SO pls ask them for CHANGE to CHANGE.

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    • 11 May 2012 11:26, by philip

      Your uncle bashir is always singing a song of thread all the and he couldn’t crash the rebels with in country what a pathetic president is? I haven’t seen a president cry loud like that in my life.

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    • 11 May 2012 13:07, by okucu pa lotinokwan

      Mahmoud,Omer is very angry because,those big gun captured by the heros-SPLA from his weak soldiers in Pathoun,he is carying of it,and his himself do not know that he is under UNSC,it is better to negotiate on the remaining outstanding issues than war,where by none can benefit from,for SPLA they are now in defences,but not a pure war,otherwise El-obeid will be invaded soon.

      OKUCU PA LOTINOKWAN

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      • 11 May 2012 13:19, by Mahmoud mohamed Abdalla

        okucu pa lotinokwan
        Iam not one of the supporters of wars in AFRICA. I strongly believe in an open and objective discussion with others. But many of my southern Sudanese brothers are uning obsene and bad language.I want AU to wake up and fill the gap and handle their duties and responsibilities professionally

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    • 11 May 2012 18:00, by Bentiu CAPTAIN

      This Bashir is a stupid JALLY! Hew does not want to negotiate with the rebel of his country and he want SOUTH sudan to help him solve the security problems in his country!! how come? This stupid, sick,criminal should be right taken to THE RIGHT hospital(ICC)

      SPLA oyeee!!

      God bless South Sudan.

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    • 13 May 2012 08:21, by Darkangel

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  • 11 May 2012 08:51, by mohammed ali

    As usual Sudan Tribune pursuing it’s negative propoganda.Basheer was very clear, but by ommitting the last sentence you simply you want to demonize him...If the treatment in good faith we are ready for it.He mainly explained that we will deal with the south the same way they deal with us.It is impossible to have good relationship with a country harbouring rebells who conspire to topple you!

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    • 11 May 2012 08:59, by Makuei

      You pigs can talk but you are not going to win forever.

      Fake arabs will cross the Sea soon after our victories.
      You talk, talk but when caught or defeated you become our prisoners of war and your cry like a baby.

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    • 11 May 2012 09:06, by zulu

      Mohamed,
      This news has been reported by SMC and also by sudan.net before ST. We know, your party is rifted between those pro war and thos who pro peace. Which ever way, south sudan will engage with the NCP reciprocally

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      • 11 May 2012 09:21, by mohammed ali

        Zulu,forget about Basher or NCP, ok!I tell all Sudanese are very clear!S Sudanese have their country , if they want peace, they are welcomed; if they want war,we are ready for, though we don’t want.Basheer said what the pple in the street say.Enough is enough , you have your country, live witin it, we havve ours, we are happy to live in it.If you want to support rebells ,will do same!simple& clear

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        • 11 May 2012 09:41, by zulu

          Mohamed,
          For us ss, sudanese are not the problem. We have always associated bad governance to only a few cliche of elite who have long highjacket the nation and to this day have changed roles in sudan’s bad policies. ss, only opted out after long bikering to address the issue of livelyhood together under federalism. the elite refused. same with ncp, they want to be rulers

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          • 11 May 2012 10:05, by mohammed ali

            Zulu, we never said SS pple are a problem, Basheer said, we have no problem with the pple of SS.But if you formed SRF to liberate Sudan , would you excepect him to be quite; would you be quite if you are in his place?S.Sudanese are still here in Khartoum, nobody is bothering them!

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        • 11 May 2012 10:42, by codewizards

          Dear Mohammed, your NCP is already supporting rebels! May be S. Sudan will begin to support the rebels but you have been doing this since. Do you know that I was once trained and sent to war by Bashir in 1997-1998 against SPLA in Upper Nile? Please do not speak what you do not know. We know all Bashir is doing. We will bring all the rebels back to SPLA as I came back from your Dufaa’al Shaabi!!!

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          • 11 May 2012 10:52, by mohammed ali

            Codwizzard, so if you know how to fight why don’t you come down & fight for your country, if you love so much? Or you will stay in Australia and continue lying!Whatever it is , it is now clear, tit for a tat! you want peace, your to flow , you are welcomed, you know how to do that!

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            • 11 May 2012 11:00, by codewizards

              Dear Mohammed, I never been outside Sudan since I was born in Upper Nile. I was in Heglig last month. We withdrew because we abide with the law not like you people who has no sense of respect. I doubt you can confront me my dear. I have been in the war front for some good years since 1997 and I have seen my friends dying. I know how to do it and I will do it for my nation. I love SPLA, I Love RSS!

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              • 11 May 2012 11:15, by mohammed ali

                Codwizzard, you were not Heglig!The reporter of AFP from Bentue,while interviewing the injured soldiers,they told him it is very tough there and they will never go back agai.The red cross had burried 1350 SPLA soldiers marked, them so that their families could reclaim their remenants.So,you mean you ran away after you so that much death!Enjoy your stay there, young lad, you will starve if you come

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                • 11 May 2012 11:46, by codewizards

                  That is what you heard from the media, right? You was not there but I was there. These videos by Sudani.net are made up do not believe them. I will come back to Heglig if ordered by my commanders and I will never withdrew again if you want. No single SPLA soldier was killed during withdrawal from Heglig because SAF entered the other day (Sat) at the evening! We have already left the area!

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        • 12 May 2012 10:10, by Peacocktail

          Mohammed Ali,

          Sometime you talks sense sometime your Arab mind mess u up, we have problem with Northern Sudanese regardless of region, Looks Darfurian where use by Bashir to Masacre us in South and was political, we have many Northerners in South Sudan living side by side with us. We singling but Bashir Regime Kills Southerners in Khartuom and other towns after Border incussion as revenge, Why?

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    • 11 May 2012 10:57, by Beneben Bai

      mohamed ali, ST is the same forum. don’t go away from the point. you know basheir well rather than any other people in UNSC. so don’t try to interpretate his words around. ban ki moon is still the same guy who strongly worked to push S. Sudan out from Panthou last April. why is it assal for you when it is against us and become bassal when it is about justice for all?

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  • 11 May 2012 08:53, by Aarai Baka

    Omar bashir, stop propanganda war of mouth. If u thinks it wrong for UNSC to imposed something on Sudan in wrong ways, just go ahead and massing your soldiers to meet south Sudan soldier at the frontier lines. No single northerners Sudanese need war anymore just take a looks at your soldiers when war started at the borderlines, they runs like chicken when cat come around them.

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    • 11 May 2012 09:55, by mohammed ali

      Baka, leave our problems for us, deal with yours.Between us,we dont want war.In essense there is no need for UN.These issues could have been solved even before the interim period.But thief, albight pretends to be communist, Pagan with his communist Arman want to topple the government.This is not his business,and he can’t.Let him bring his family to fight & the looted money to feed the money owners

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  • 11 May 2012 09:05, by Deng Thiak Adut

    With greatest respect to Bashire, you are quiet right; May I please beg President Kiir, what the hell you are doing with these continuous threats being perpetrated everyday by Bashire? What are you plans for South Sudanese? I am sickened by our leadership inability to face this aggressor.

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    • 11 May 2012 09:21, by viper

      Mr Thiak, this is not you alone who is tired of this damn silent gov’t in Juba. We are all tired of this SPLM led gov’t that lacks the principal power element, that is talk and do what you are suppose to do. Our gov’t does not respond like a gov’t in any talk, and they don,t do anything in terms of action. What a failure gov’t?

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    • 11 May 2012 09:30, by mohammed ali

      Thiak,Basheer didn’t threat,we simply made things obvious & clear.Everybody will do the same.U will do the same.SS is supporting rebells in Sudan, no need to play with words.SAF is 100 years old knowes how to get informations!Basheer said SS leaders don’t car about the pple of SS,because they stored Billions in foreign accounts,with therir families there while pushing the poor starving to die,Why?

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      • 11 May 2012 09:38, by mohammed ali

        Thiak, ..and he is right. These thiefs robbed Billions, while the World Food Programme is struggling to $ 700 millions to feed 4.7 millions S.Sudanese . Isn’t that a shame to every south Sudanese.In 200-2006 financial year the audotor general reported$ 1.5 billions were loooted.This will feed these 4.7 for 2 years.Yet, they want to " liberate" Darfur, Nuba..bla...bla...con

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        • 11 May 2012 09:47, by mohammed ali

          Thiak,...what did they do to those whom they claim to have liberated? They drove S.Sinto starvation & hunger! This is not a shame of the starving innocent pple, it is the shame toSPLA theifs & their supporters.These are innocent pple who desrve too much from their rich , but looted country.$ 20 BILLIONS, since 2005, yet you see only Hummers & land crisers, at least build roads for ur cars,thugs!

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          • 11 May 2012 10:21, by Mach Achiek

            Mohammed,

            Records indicated that SS got a share of 12bn dollars from 2005-July 9th 2011. Where did you get that figure of 20bn dollars? Fails leadership led to the break up the Sudan into two, and maybe more as indicate by yet another denial of the country’s diversity. No matter how the government is corrupt in SS,it should not be compare with 5 decades of corruption and poor leadership in Kharto

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            • 11 May 2012 11:00, by mohammed ali

              Acheik, am not going to argue with you, let us accept your figure? What did you do with it, getting your share in Australia, no matter how corrupt is GOSS!Don’t repeat this propoganda of failed diversity management like a parrot! Rebillion started in SS before independence in 1955, independence in 56. Southerners are still living peacfully in Khartoum, thousands of them!

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              • 11 May 2012 12:27, by Mach Achiek

                Mohammed,

                Rebellions in Darfur, Nuba Mt, Blue Nile, and Eastern Sudan led by the Beja people. Does this have anything to do with South Sudan starting the war in 1955? We started the war because we did not believed to live with those who deny their Africans identity in favor of FAKE Arabs identity. It doesnt matter if one speaks Arabic or follow Islamic religion or practice Arabs culture.

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                • 11 May 2012 12:34, by Mach Achiek

                  Mohammed,

                  Sudan will continue to crumble if you cannot solves your identity crisis. Africans people in Darfur, Nuba Mt, Blue Nile, Eastern Sudan, and the far north will no more accept fake Arabs identity in their country. You only have two options to make. 1- Let them go like South Sudan or 2- Shamelessly denounce your fake Arabs identity in favor of the Negro skin you tend to deny.

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              • 11 May 2012 18:52, by lamented

                Mohammed Ali,

                You always talk non-sense on this forum. Go do something better for your life if you have nothing positive to contribute. I know your ass is somewhere in Saudi Arabia wearing that clown ass Jalabia. Why don’t you come to panthou so you can taste the salt instead of hiding your fat ass in the suburbs. You have never been in a war or even been in a struggle that’s why your irrational

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            • 11 May 2012 18:16, by zulu

              Achiek,
              You are right. Sudan is a failled state, broken into 2 and soon into may 4. Mohamed is a member of the beaucratic elite of Sudan, defending the institution and rank n file to be the ubiquitous system and rulers. Unfurled,through a meticulouse design to continousely prevail through treachery, deception and belicose rhetorics.

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      • 11 May 2012 09:58, by Daniel Buolmawei

        Mohammed, we know this propaganda coming from Khartoum and that’s why we say our Juba’s Gov’t is very weak. Remember why you northerners and your president Bashir admitted support of southern militias, you are about to divert the attention from the event of last week of militia under John Duit who left SAF and surrendered to the SPLA. Bashir and you know that this is a hardfact that can’t be denie

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        • 11 May 2012 10:03, by Daniel Buolmawei

          So you want to twist the message that if you support our rebels, we will support militia against you. This is purely political. Our government didn’t explode the message from the surrendered militia, filed a letter to the international community to show them how you support militias against South Sudan. That’s the weakness of we crying for. Now, you are sabataging their evidence against you.

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          • 11 May 2012 10:10, by Daniel Buolmawei

            Mohammed, what you and Basir are saying now is that, well, what you see (surrendered militias armed by Khartoum), you the world, we are doing it because South Sudan supports rebels against us? Isn’t it what you are trying to tell the world? What’s your evidence that South Sudan supports rebels against you? But you have many evidences including the recent surrendered militias.

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        • 11 May 2012 10:11, by mohammed ali

          Daniel, enjoy the loooooooooted money for a while it will be taken back from you by law through the UN. Propoganda from Khartoum.Your auditor general reported $ 1.5 BILLIONS are missing, and your parliment burst into crying & weeping with corcodile tears! You minister of finance reported $ 2 Billions. You still claiming this is coming from Khartoum.Shame on you!

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          • 11 May 2012 10:15, by mohammed ali

            Daniel, basheer said clearly, you support rebells we will do the same. SPLA supported rebells even during the interim period.Remember, Salva promised to expel them out of Sudan, but under pressure from communist Pagan and the Abeyei comunist gang he made a u-turn. It is obvious, you make problem for me, I will do the same!

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            • 11 May 2012 11:52, by codewizards

              No SPLA soldier caught in war with SPLM-N. But many as 215 confessed to the world that they were trained by Bashir and sent to Upper Nile. Have you ever read that Mohammed? I told you that I personally was trained by Bashir when my eyes were not yet opened. What evidences are you still looking for? I was a Dufaa’al shaabi for a year and some months. I have colleagues with you there now.

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  • 11 May 2012 09:07, by Deng Thiak Adut

    Bashire will never abandoned a pinch of his skins (even if caught, I doubt it), he can ran like he did before in Mayom, but he will never go without putting up a fight or making some noise unless someone him shut up. Can you handle this monster, a criminal and a buffet?

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    • 11 May 2012 10:52, by codewizards

      Bashir is the one who support rebels because the history can tell. We just received some of our brothers sent by him to come and destroy our oil fields in Upper Nile! What evidences do you want you Arabs? SPLA never supported the SPLM-N since Independence of RSS nor any other rebels in Sudan.

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  • 11 May 2012 09:12, by viper

    Just shut up Al Bashir and tell us the fate of Kauda today couz today is the friday that you promised last friday. Iam totally tired of relations with this criminal. Our gov’t should support the SRF to topple his regime and let him support those damn militias that he claim to have. No negotiation with the ICC indicted man. The only solution is to get rid of him

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  • 11 May 2012 09:16, by Pauli

    UN and Ban Ki Moon are just bias towards South Sudan. We have accepted to return to the negotiation table, accepted UNSC resolutions, withdrew our troops from Panthou and withdrew our police forces from Abyei.We complied and still not enough what do you want us to do? We will not surrender our territories to the fake arabs and Omer Beshir.

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  • 11 May 2012 09:17, by Emporio

    to donkey follower

    donkey don’t support the troops shirt, and go meet up with your friends,how would he challenge whole world and blind north citizen believing what he says War does not determine who is right, war determines who is left, this time south gonna go hard on donkeys

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  • 11 May 2012 09:28, by Tahrir Brown

    When a dog barks at the other & the other dog turned to bark at it, one will definitely run due to the pressure imposed. So Bashir should not keepon barking otherwise many dogs will bark at him

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  • 11 May 2012 09:33, by Gatkuoth

    Basher the liar, you say things that contradict your actions. Whom are you intimidating? We know how to deal with you. By the way are you praying today in Kauda? hmmmmmmmmmm???

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  • 11 May 2012 09:38, by RUMBEK ONE

    al-Bashir, you are a son of bastard, a criminal and warmonger. Like it or not this UNSC Resolution will not wither like CPA that you strangled.

    Speak your spooky messages and know that time has riped enough to fly to the Hague.

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    • 11 May 2012 10:17, by Dinka land

      I don’t understands why our government don’t respone president Bashir accordingly? Bashir will never respect the rights of South Sudanese completely, unless we South Sudanese cooperate and acts tobustely defending and recapture all our lands that SAF had invaded. The two disputed areas Abyei and Panthou doesn’t needs any tranquilly solution but military solution so that to get them . We should

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  • 11 May 2012 10:01, by mohammed ali

    Most of you here are benificiaries of the loooooooted money in Australia, you will definetly support the SPLA theifs.Basheer said , we know they have hundreds of millions in their foreign accounts, this why they don’t care about their pple, they are simply pushing them to war.He is right and this has resonated well in Juba & all of SS, particulary among the ordinary pple!

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    • 11 May 2012 10:48, by Dinka land

      @Mahamed Ali and Arabs sons who always comments here. I would like to assure you to advice yourselves you Arabs residing in our mother land to leave this Sudan to really Sudanese before things get out of hands. You will find yourselves aimless later by God. We are not South Sudanese of 1955to 1972. We are going to ruins you all. You just go back to your mother land Middle East instead to make h

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      • 11 May 2012 11:07, by mohammed ali

        Dinka land, would you accept us in your mansion in Australia? We will be more than happy to come there’ provided it is not bought by stolen money, because this money will reclaimed by the pple of SS after the collapse of the SPLA .It is a matter of time, according to world bank it isetween 3 to 6 months!

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  • 11 May 2012 10:42, by Waucity

    Bashir is a desperate man whose ass is on fire..He is a boy who can’t run his own country and try to destroy the other country that is run well...Kiir Mayardit Oyeee!!!!!!!..You now produce oil on a land that belong to Dinka Ngok..Not arab, you can’t stand on your own feet Bashir..So why do you fight?, Why?

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    • 11 May 2012 11:21, by mohammed ali

      Waucity, I think this what the world bank said about SPLA thiefs governmen,,,not focused, not strategy, failed to communicate their goals...give inications that they don’t care about their pple...in 3-6 months economy will collapse folowed by collapse of the country!

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  • 11 May 2012 11:16, by Beneben Bai

    mohamed ali, first of all you are son of prositute (Jana Sharmootha) and your leader is a luuthy (gay) prove me wrong pls. my evidents are that you kept going around and round with nonsense and don’t want to abide by international justice. your regime leaders are killers, terrorists and theives who kept stealling S. Sudan oil for long period of time. pls prove me wrong to let you know more

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    • 11 May 2012 11:36, by mohammed ali

      Bai, we don’t talk such a language in our home, we are respected families. Those who here their father repeating these filthy words to their mother & sisters will naturally use them.Do you want me to prove you wrong? Does it need a proof!Certainly not!

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      • 11 May 2012 11:48, by Beneben Bai

        mohamed ali, if that is not the case, then from where did the filthy word come from if you are not as you claim here? where did you get the words of looting and most of S. Sudanese are benefiting from looted money? how come a owner loot his/her money? and what do you mean by all nonsense that you kept writing here if you are not that type I mean?

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  • 11 May 2012 11:22, by Martin Kat

    What else UNSC and internaional community will do to Bashir again while he already has been indicted by ICC.
    Amother thing Ban kamoon is a brotgher of Bshir. So brotherS and sisters don’t mind about about Bashir let him do whatever he like because he is a lion of AU and UNSC.Except South Sudan must be ready for war with Bashir that is the only solution.

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  • 11 May 2012 11:25, by Beneben Bai

    "Al-Bashir also threatened to tighten closure of borders with South Sudan if no security deal is reached".
    ha ha ha haaa, look at this stupid statement, bashir failled to properly tighten closed his giniithu (anus) that is why he is not able to produce his own bilogical children although he has 2 wives for a lonng time. how come he will be able to tighten close the long border between SS & Sudan?

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    • 11 May 2012 11:47, by Dinka land

      Arabs are just sleeping and Mr. Bashir is pushing the children of poor people to be killed

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  • 11 May 2012 14:17, by Beneben Bai

    son of prositute called Jalaby, how an insect can decide & take over an area (Panthou) if you are not a boy being trained by your mother who has all arts of liers as prositutes do in khartoum. you are ingnorantly insulting the whole world by calling us as insects and also your leaders don’t want to abide by international community justice that you claimed to have considered Panthou as Sudanese !!

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  • 11 May 2012 17:22, by Ambago

    While Sudan has already declared a state of emergency in border areas with South Sudan and announced a policy of “shoot to kill” against any elements involved in cross-border trade., my question is where on earth will the poor Meseiria and Rezeigat graze their cattle which traditionally spends 8/12 of the year within the territories of South Sudan? Okay go ahead “shoot to kill” anyone who crosses

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    • 11 May 2012 23:58, by mohammed ali

      Ambago, welcome back, are you still in Heglig! Or , you never come to such a dangerous place. Why don’t come to Juba, the Jalabba had trained you well to be good for your pple.Obstetrics is very important to SS.Maternal mortality is very high, you could give them a helping hand, instead of pushing pple to die while you are away!

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  • 11 May 2012 19:04, by lamented

    Leave those two donkeys alone, Mr Jalaba and Mohammed Ali. These two idiots have nothing intelligent to contribute but run their mouth like the criminal leader Omar Bashir. You have been worrying about what SPLA been doing since 2005 - 2011, did you forget what the Khartoum government been doing to the people in South South since 1956? Do not follow NCP propaganda my two Saudi Arabian Donkeys.

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  • 11 May 2012 23:28, by Zionist

    Former U.S. envoy to Sudan under President George W. Bush,Andrew S. Natsios, believes that the only way to bring the war between the two Sudans to an end is to arm South Sudan with American antiaircraft missiles with, or without permission from the UN. He also added that if South Sudan can get the right tools, it’ll end Sudan’s bombings of its territoy, and force Sudan into negotiations.

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    • 12 May 2012 00:02, by mohammed ali

      Zionist, is he going to force the oil through our country! Well the world bank said it is a matter of 3-6 month and you can consider that the SPLA had " gone with wind"

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      • 12 May 2012 03:10, by Zionist

        Mohammed Ali

        Your government thinks that it can bomb our coutry to submission, however, South Sudan can and will end this war if it can get hold of antiaircraft missiles from the Americans, since Sudan gets its weapons from Russia and China. In addition, we have optimistic ground troops, but we lack one thing: antiaircaft missiles. And only then, all the bombing will end.

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        • 12 May 2012 04:44, by Zionist

          Bashiir’s redicule of the UN and AU will come with a heavy price: more sanctions to his already foundering economy and to his ailing regime, sanctions that will force his own people to take to the streets. It’s absurd to stand against the international community, just look at Assad of Syria, he’s totally isolated, and soon will be gone, however, Bashiir is just another "tiger paper" in Africa.

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  • 12 May 2012 05:07, by 4Justice

    The present System has been engineered throughout the ages by imbalanced secret societies in order to perpetuate their power. It is they who designed the System and it is only they who know every individual link in the chains which have kept us in bondage for millennia. Today we have a global network of secret societies, initiates into the ’Mysteries’, whose only motivation is to serve the Lucifer

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    • 12 May 2012 05:26, by 4Justice

      Armed with vast amounts of wealth and esoteric knowledge, the secret society network has flourished as the aristocracy of the world. Power, wealth and information has been gained and maintained via warfare, exploitation, especially in the last century, through control of the world’s economic systems. Collectively these organisations, led by the self-appointed global Elite, known as the Brotherhood

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      • 12 May 2012 05:38, by 4Justice

        Betrayal of the Brotherhood is the worst crime possible in the eyes of its members and is ultimately punishable by death. The Brotherhood is all powerful: all top level members of the police and military forces around the world are installed by the Brotherhood as Brotherhood tools. Judges and lawyers, media moguls, businessmen and politicians are recruited so that no member is held accountable.

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        • 12 May 2012 06:59, by 4Justice

          "For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places". Ephesians 6:12

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