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Juba in full control of Heglig area, dismisses Khartoum’s claim of takeover - Kiir

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April 20, 2012 (JUBA) – South Sudan’s President Salva Kiir Mayardit on Friday said his forces were still in full control of the disputed oil-rich area of Heglig and dismissed claims by the Sudan Armed Forces (SAF) that it recaptured the town.

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In a televised address to the nation on Friday evening, Kiir said Khartoum was fooling itself by celebrating the imaginary recapture of Heglig, adding that the SPLA will only voluntarily withdraw from the area over the next three days according to the plan laid out by Juba earlier in the day.

On Friday Salva Kiir ordered the withdrawal of the SPLA forces from the area, saying he was responding to the pressure exerted on his government by the international community including South Sudan’s friends who had been calling for withdrawal of his army from Heglig.

Khartoum on Friday following news of the decision by Juba to withdraw its forces from Heglig announced the recapture of the town and organised street celebrations that were broadcast on state television.

Sudan’s Defence Minister Abdel Raheem Muhammad Hussein said in a speech also broadcast on state television that the Sudan Armed Forces had "liberated" Heglig.

But Kiir challenged Khartoum to prove to the world that they have recaptured Heglig by showing live fresh pictures of its forces inside the disputed town. He said as of Friday, the SPLA was still in full control of the area, and held positions 24 miles north of Heglig town and that SAF was still in retreat northwards.

He said the withdrawal will take three days to complete, but warned that should SAF resort to attacking SPLA forces and bombarding South Sudan’s territory, South Sudan’s army will hit back hard.

He said Khartoum was attempting to fool the world with propaganda about Heglig, saying SAF has lost badly in their several attempts to recapture the town.

He urged South Sudanese citizens of the country to remain calm and vigilant, warning that the SPLA is ready to hit back should SAF attempt to advance after the decision to withdraw.

He said his country was ready to go for international arbitration over all the disputed border areas with Sudan.

The minister of information in South Sudan, Barnaba Marial, also speaking on South Sudan TV on Friday evening mocked the announcement of Heglig’s takeover by Sudan’s Defense Minister, saying he wondered why such a senior official would lie to his people that they had recaptured the town.

Marial said the South Sudan army was in full control of Heglig and will withdraw at will in three days in implementing the resolution of the UN Security Council.

A reporter for Sudan Tribune based in Unity State said that according to his sources SPLA forces were still inside Heglig town on Friday and that there had not been any fresh clash with SAF forces during the day.

INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION

Earlier on Friday Kiir released statement saying his country would still claim ownership of Heglig - known as Panthou in South Sudan - at the International Court of Arbitration if diplomatic and bilateral efforts fail.

“The decision to pull out troops from Panthou (Heglig) without prejudice to our stance that Panthou remains an integral part of the Republic of South Sudan is in the interest of this nation," the statement from office of the president said.

“We expect that the final status of Panthou (Heglig) and other disputed borders areas will be referred for international arbitration on the final determination of their status”, the release adds.

Highly placed sources in the office of president told Sudan Tribune on Friday that president Kiir did not sleep the whole night of Thursday due to telephone calls from world leaders and diplomats.

The source said he can remember president receiving seven international calls one after the other from world leaders including, US President Obama, Japan, China, UN Security Council president Susan Rice, UK prime minister David Cameron, the AU, all of them advising Kiir to withdraw. Sudan Tribune was not able to reach the countries mentioned to verify the calls on Friday evening.

The SPLA troops would remain on the ground in the key oil area for a further three days, the source said.

The country’s minister of information and broadcast, Barnaba Marial Benjamin, while reading out the presidential statement, said Kiir still believes that Panthou remains a part of the new nation but would allow its final status to be determined by the International Court of Arbitration in The Hague.

“The decision of the president to order withdrawal of the troops from the area does not deny us the right we have on this area. Panthou”, he said.

Juba says that Heglig was administratively transferred to the north only after oil was discovered in the 1970s.

Colonel Philip Aguer, spokesman of the country’s army said the army will respect the decision of the president to withdraw from the area and that withdrawal process would be completed within three days.

Aguer, however, added that withdrawal of the forces from the does not mean the army was not able to defend it or that it was defeated by the Sudan Armed Forces but were obeying orders from the president whom he said is South Sudan’s commander in chief.

“The withdrawal of the troops is not that we were defeated and it doesn’t also mean that we are abandoning the area. No. we are accepting it because we do not want to contradict decision of the president. If our territory is being occupied we will not wait for the international community," Aguer said.

He said SPLA troops "will remain around the area to react to any incursions and react" is SAF’s "bombardment" of Unity State "doesn’t stop."

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  • 21 April 2012 10:14, by Diu J.Kuek

    Khartoum is celiberating while yet not confirm our fullout from Heglig shame on you.

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    • 21 April 2012 10:35, by Diu J.Kuek

      I told yesterday to those ignorants celiberaters from Khartoum not to be blind-folds by Bashir and his elite Criminals group SPLA forces not yet be completely withdraw from Heglig otherwise we will defiance International community pleading as many nation do.
      To President Kiir we respect your decision for withdrawal but don,t sleep over Abyei and Heglig issues our land we are ready to die for.

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      • 21 April 2012 11:23, by Mi diit

        That is why SAF failed to show their forces inside Heglig yesterday. SPLA begins to withdraw today Saturday.

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        • 21 April 2012 11:45, by Mi diit

          Wow, heartless defeated ncp of Bashir does not appreciate the free withdrawal of SPLA per their desperate appeal to the international community.

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          • 21 April 2012 17:59, by Chol

            President Kiir doesn’t need to withdraw his troops from Panthou, the president need to tell the UN where the 1956 border is located. The UN need to put its peace keeping forces right on the 1956 border.

            There is no point for the SPLA to withdraw. (SAF) will be on the other side of 1956 border and (SPLA) will be on this side of the border which is Panthou.

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          • 21 April 2012 22:16, by Barno

            South Sudanese generals seemed tense here Friday, 55 miles south of Heglig. There was heavy bombing, they said, toward the front lines. But there was no sign of an imminent drawdown; several hundred red-bereted commandos arrived from the south, packed like sardines on heavy trucks, heading north. Just the previous day, the South Sudanese deputy intelligence chief, Mac Pual, had said that the gover

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        • 21 April 2012 12:15, by mohammed ali

          Just have a look at Sudan TV & Al gaziera to see the cropses of your soldiers. Hundreds have perished for nothing. Let your president to stay sober for only 24 hours hopefully he will tell you the truth!Read international media and use your brain if you have any!http://www.sunherald.com/2012/04/19/3896105/south-sudan-reeling-from-sudan.html#storylink=cpy
          What a humulating retreat!

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          • 21 April 2012 12:24, by mohammed ali

            How stupid to say so!No military leader will say "I am withdrawing"; while he is under attack and in 3 days! That means, it is an open invitation to the enemy to kill and destroy me!I am on the run come and butcher me!So stupid..so stupid! It is much better to say I have withdrawn than making the wrong "millitary" statement!That make SPLA easy target to hunt! Use your brains! Oh my God,so stupid!

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            • 21 April 2012 12:47, by DeltaBravo

              To Mohammed

              ahahahahahahahahahah i keep telling you guys and you wont listen SPLA is even beyond far north of Heglig and your foolish people in Khartuom are celebrating for nothing. SHAME ON YOU AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH

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            • 21 April 2012 16:41, by zulu

              Mr. Bashir is notorious for his fiery tongue, once saying that under no conditions would the United Nations be allowed into the vast, troubled region of Darfur and that Darfur would become a “graveyard” for foreign peacekeepers. That region is now home to one of the largest peacekeeping missions in the world. And several United Nations officials said they work closely with their Sudanese governmen

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          • 21 April 2012 13:41, by Mi diit

            Ya Mohammed, I am waiting for Friday’s picture of capture of Heglig and not the images of dead bodies taken three weeks ago. May be you will get pictures today since SPLA has withdrawn on Saturday. You are bunch of liars.

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          • 22 April 2012 01:37, by Elijah B. Elkan

            Ali,

            South Sudan had beaten your army. Bashir is criminal and his generals had been demoralized. South Sudan does not have a air force, think about for a second, if south have the air force like the north what do think will happen?. North Sudan has killed 2.5 millions southerns and 1 million Darfur citizens. You can not spins your way out of this because it’s documented.

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          • 22 April 2012 01:50, by Elijah B. Elkan

            Mr. Ali,

            You need to ask your prison of war what happen in Pathou. North Army lost the war, Bashir is the world’s most wanted criminal. You people has killed 2.5 millions southerns, and also killed one million from Darfur. No deed will go an punish. North Sudan will pay dearly god willing.

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          • 22 April 2012 05:03, by Chol

            Why do you believe that there is still heavy bombing when you claimed to have captured Panthou/Heglig two days ago?

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        • 21 April 2012 12:23, by emad

          Idiot Medit,your insane president will never confess that SAF defeated your gang because he wants to safe face by saying we are withdrawing .
          This president does not act as statesman rather as a gang leader.Just count the cost of that stupid occupation of a regional power territory.

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          • 21 April 2012 16:43, by zulu

            Mr. Bashir is notorious for his fiery tongue, once saying that under no conditions would the United Nations be allowed into the vast, troubled region of Darfur and that Darfur would become a “graveyard” for foreign peacekeepers. That region is now home to one of the largest peacekeeping missions in the world. And several United Nations officials said they work closely with their Sudanese governmen

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        • 21 April 2012 13:29, by Loko El Pollo

          SOME SHED TEARS YESTERDAY WHEN MONKEY REHAMAN STAGED A SCENE TO FOOL THEIR GULLIBLE CITIZENS.WE ARE STILL IN HEGLIQ,WAIT UNTIL WE LEAVE IT TO YOU.YOUR ARMY CANNOT AND WILL NOT LIBERATE IT BY FORCE.SOUTHERNERS HAVE BEEN THE STRENGTH OF SAF SINCE INDEPENDANCE OF SUDAN.ALL YOUR LIES ARE NOTHING TO US.THE REAL MEN STOOD THEIR GROUNDS WHILE THE COWARDS FOUGHT WITH THE THORNS IN THE BUSHES.

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        • 21 April 2012 17:56, by Chol

          President Kiir doesn’t need to withdraw his troops from Panthou, the president need to tell the UN where the 1956 border is located. The UN need to put its peace keeping forces right on the 1956 border.

          There is no point for the SPLA to withdraw. (SAF) will be on the other side of 1956 border and (SPLA) will be on this side of the border which is Panthou

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      • 21 April 2012 20:03, by Shadrack Nuer Machut

        It is my enormous amazement to hear this shocking news of having listened and accepted the world’s powerful body calls to withdraw the SPLA from Panthou.
        Why should the army die first if this information was known to be effective on us? AU, US, Mr. Ban Ki-moon and all other concerned leaders of the world are good watchers of existing problems.
        Wonders should never END!

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    • 21 April 2012 11:47, by kimo

      shame on you,,,,you are bitterly defeated..an hour before liberation of heglig spla leadership was saying that they will not and never pull out of heglig unless five conditions are met, and they stated the conditions (refer to media records)....i am now asking is your five conditions met???? hhhhhhhhhhhh ,,,you think occupying a land is a picnic.....how could a strafing nation fight? no wise lead

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      • 21 April 2012 13:49, by Mi diit

        Breaking News

        SAF is being surrounded again today by SPLA forces following their continued bombardment of the withdrawing SPLA troops south of Heglig. We are going back to square one.

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    • 21 April 2012 15:48, by kaci-banno

      Mr. President Kiir, is an excellent decision with the respect of voice that came from world leaders. this decision will allowed us to priorties critical options as follow: 1) Immedaitely diplomacy compagn must kick off now.2)push world leaders to demarcate the borders. 3) upgrade of military equipment such as airforces for new combat.3)40 oil field in Adar, 20 of them must be selled out by airfor

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    • 21 April 2012 15:59, by kaci-banno

      Do not worry about devil leaders who dance in front of his people with lies. North sudanese are very ignorance people to accept the lies soon they will regrette because Arab world is in confusion no one can help them near future combat. i appeal to South Sudanese to remain calm we are still in the right directins though decision hurt some of us. monitor Dr. Lam carefully Mr. president Kiir

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    • 21 April 2012 22:01, by Barno

      South Sudan, reeling from Sudan counterattack, says it will withdraw from Heglig

      By ALAN BOSWELL
      McClatchy Newspaper

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  • 21 April 2012 10:16, by $iong mayom

    SPLA oyee Mission Accomplished! the aim was to destroy the oil fields to rubble and watch Khartoum bleed to death due to the forth coming economic collapse!!. Nothing left in "Heglig" for SPLA to do so we withdraw. Beshir can lie all he wants but his regime’s days are numbered.

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    • 21 April 2012 10:22, by Chok Deng

      To Bashir and his likes
      SPLA,South Sudanese will teach u to say the truth,your minds are full of lies.Pure lies always to poor Sudanese,wake up Sudanese to differentiaten between what is the truth and wrong.

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    • 21 April 2012 12:29, by mohammed ali

      Mayom, you will pay all destruction to the oil fields to the single penny! This is why Taban deng is denying " cordination with SPLA in Heglig, after our intelligent service released the tape recordes of his orders to millitary commanders to burn oil fields. You will double what you have destroyed ,foreign oil companies will join the claims!

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      • 21 April 2012 17:42, by Hardball

        Ali, first of all look at where Panthou/Heglig is located in relation to 1956 border before you say Panthou is yours!

        The withdrawal by SPLA is to follow all the legal procedures of the land dispute, and not because the land doesn’t belong to South Sudan.

        Remember this is just the beginning of what will be long war. make no mistake, we are coming back!

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  • 21 April 2012 10:18, by Chok Deng

    Ha ha ha Where are those of Bashir and his likes because they are feeding their people with ill-informations,claiming victory out of nothing cannot and will not help the weak SAF.

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  • 21 April 2012 10:18, by Makuei

    Bashiit wanted to lie to the world to prove himself as a leader.

    Kiir has proved Bashir wrong; forcefully and logically!!
    Sudanese wanted to rush to Heglig to bury their deads!

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  • 21 April 2012 10:18, by viper

    In full control of what Kiir? Were you not the one who ordered our champions to withdraw? Please mr Kiir keep silent and shut up. You have humiliated our strong nation and army. You are just like a sheep leading the LIONS. Iam really very sorry for the bloods of our comrades that have fallen in Panthou couz they are now in vain. Just spent your hours in J1 in silence. Thanks

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    • 21 April 2012 10:36, by morogot batal

      viper

      he is our comander in chief and president of our country.we need not to urgue with him.he alone cant decide for this orders.he has legitimate members of parliament.may be itis the result of our legitimate sturdy for (??????????????)fill in the question mark

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      • 21 April 2012 10:53, by viper

        Morogot Batal, He is our C- in -C but he has degreed the withdrawal of Panthou at the wrong time my friend. Iam really very sorry Batal. Mr Kiir has completely humiliated our champions this time. Because of your advice to me Batal, I will not attack him more than that but iam really very sad for this last degree. Thanks Morogot for your advice

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    • 21 April 2012 16:45, by zulu

      Mr. Bashir is notorious for his fiery tongue, once saying that under no conditions would the United Nations be allowed into the vast, troubled region of Darfur and that Darfur would become a “graveyard” for foreign peacekeepers. That region is now home to one of the largest peacekeeping missions in the world. And several United Nations officials said they work closely with their Sudanese governmen

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  • 21 April 2012 10:18, by Thiang Geka

    Unconditional withdrawal should not be accepted by our gallant forces of South Sudan Army’s field commanders.

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    • 21 April 2012 10:31, by Thiang Geka

      Because the decision of yesterday evening disapointed everybody, even a soldier who had been wounded in phanthoa was instantly died when he heard the news that forces should withdraw.

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    • 21 April 2012 16:56, by Ruach

      They were too noisy for the withdrawal.Very noisy neighbour.

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  • 21 April 2012 10:22, by Gatkuoth

    The move by Kiir is very cowadice. The SAF started bombing our oil field in unity the whole night after the decision. Kiir must reverse the decision immediately.

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    • 21 April 2012 10:35, by viper

      Gatkuoth, This guy called Kiir has nothing to say by now. He has totally failed and should shut up now. He is just a sheep leading the LIONS of the great nation of S. Sudan. He has even humiliated our strong SPLA. He, and his Nhial Deng Nhial have completely destroyed our dignity. They are a bunch of loosers. They are cowards and failures. I have lost co

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    • 21 April 2012 10:50, by Thiang Geka

      You see the field action of war has a great different to what you used to just simply say " BAAY WEW " So, I call on the front line commanders to send them to their villages as civilians.

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    • 21 April 2012 11:05, by Thiang Geka

      Thousand congratulations to Dr Saviour for you have shown a good example, because in my life I have never seen a Vice President of any country to be in a front line.

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  • 21 April 2012 10:26, by morogot batal

    to the internet fighter from khartoum,i dont know wether you are mad or what i dont know.i am writing now from panthou (heglig).you was been saying that we south sudan shall run for help to UN,AU,ISRAEL,USA,UK.ah ah ah ah.who is now ululating now to the international comunity as women?we respect our president orders otherwise you demn will be fuck to the last of you mad one.stupid enough....

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    • 21 April 2012 10:37, by Dinka Aliap Chawul

      Show us images from Panthou? I like that question to Bashir and Abdelrihman Mr president,Kiir Mayardit but withdrawal was not at people best.however,this would show them to the world again as premature people create lies and believe in lies.lies are not good for presidents or defend ministers like Basir or Abdelrihman.though,the lies are only good for foreign ministers worldwide.

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      • 21 April 2012 10:40, by Northern Sudanese

        Dinka Aliap Chawul

        i dont have images yet really but i have a video from heglig (panthou) oh and dont cry
        http://www.southsudanhub.com/media/439/Recovery_of_the_Sudanese_army_to_Heglig/

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        • 21 April 2012 16:50, by zulu

          Northsudanese,
          Your stupid president called himself fieldmarshal after the signature of CPA. What war did he defeat?
          He said Doha peace must be signed in 2010. It was signed in2011. He said, Abyei belongs to Sudan. Later said the Messiriya should be allowed to vote in that referendum. You sum up all the garbage your song bird said......

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        • 21 April 2012 22:25, by James Maker Akok

          There is no inside Heglid in video show Northern Sudanese just show fake video and said they recapture while it not true.

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      • 21 April 2012 10:44, by Northern Sudanese

        lies? you south sudanese are the last to speak about lies

        3 day withdrawal? your not withdrawing, your just kicked out and why withdrawing anyway? didn’t you say heglig is yours and will never withdraw?

        where is the image or video of the shot down mig 29? haven’t seen really till today......

        kiir said you are in full control, explain those saf soldier inside HEGLIG

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    • 21 April 2012 12:40, by mohammed ali

      Morgot, which orders do you respect! That he will not recieve orders from Bn Ki MOON and will remain in "Panthou" for ever" ? Or that he will withdraw only in exchange with withdrawl from Abeie? or that he will withdraw after fullfilling 5 conditions? or that he will withdraw after UN troops are placed in disputed ares? or the run ..ruunn..rrruuuuunnnn which he is chanting now!

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  • 21 April 2012 10:31, by Northern Sudanese

    explain this then

    sudanese forces inside heglig
    http://www.southsudanhub.com/media/439/Recovery_of_the_Sudanese_army_to_Heglig/

    i dont see any spla in heglig really.......

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    • 21 April 2012 11:17, by Dinka Aliap Chawul

      NS

      SPLA was not defeated and will never be defeated by unproffessional Saf.they’re still inside and around heglig/panthou now,if u know military tactic,u ll beleive it,u cant pullout at one coz dat could b costy,however u prepare defend while withdrawing.spla will remain around to pre-empt any aggressiön n could come bk n stay,hit back hard deep.just let goat knock ur eyes to go bynd heglig.

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    • 21 April 2012 12:28, by Moluddit Demalou

      Hey Homosexualist the stupid Northern Sudanese,please be informed that the media is not for lies but for truth and facts to be under stand by the public.The video you have played is the previous video for Jau when you capture it but recoverd back South army forces by force and fuck your shit up to Panthou that you claims as yours but south Sudan terotory 100% as known by 1956 borderline,

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    • 21 April 2012 13:05, by omoni jr.

      N.sudan,
      you are liar my friend No SAF pictures shown in Heglig on all kind of news worldwide,only on Arabs news to fool themselves.

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      • 21 April 2012 19:52, by emad

        Omonijr,just check Aljazeera english and you will know who is really lying.

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  • 21 April 2012 10:32, by Land-of-Cush

    Is this how they can defeated South Sudan Army?
    I don’t think so, even they can’t shot one bullet in the ways they moves if they hear SPLA are coming.

    http://www.southsudanhub.com/media/431/Scenes_from_the_entry_of_the_Sudanese_armed_forces_Heglig/

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  • 21 April 2012 10:33, by Northern Sudanese

    hahahhahaha the cowboys ass got kicked hahahahhaa

    why withdrawing? didn’t you say that you will never withdraw? hahahahahaha

    no need, we already kicked your poor kids out of the region ahhahahahhaa

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    • 21 April 2012 10:45, by Diu J.Kuek

      Northern Sudanes where are you for all these times before we announced our pullout from Heglig you are celiberating just with the hearsay Omer folding Sudanese people with dancing.
      your future is very terrible from our hand we are far from Kosti leave about Blue Nile and Kordofan.

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      • 21 April 2012 10:52, by Northern Sudanese

        Diu J.Kuek

        i didn’t wanna comment.......thats why i didn’t comment......but i was reading your comments about heglig and they were quit funny......

        btw, stay away from or future and look at your own future.......look what the future holds for south sudan.....you expected ncp to fall but it didn’t.....your plans failed....you have a dead economy and 4.7 milion hungry people......

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    • 21 April 2012 10:45, by viper

      Northerners are very lucky to have a neighbour whose pple are known for their braveness and unfortunately being led by a person who does not respect the public opinion of his pple, a man whose office is full of shameful degrees. They have all right to celebrate the take over even if our champions were not defeated in Panthou.

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      • 21 April 2012 18:14, by emad

        Viper,what braveness are you talking about? common man!!!.
        And you said the president’s office is full of shameful degrees.hhhhhhhhhhhhhhh,please tell what kind of degree your illiterate president has if any.

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    • 21 April 2012 10:47, by morogot batal

      n.sudanese
      propaganda do make you always unable to do any things to your self. we are spla whom you know well..2/whom do you want to full while your master were running to all the world to persued spla to withdraw..3/why your parliament requested your minister of defence to step down?are all these not the clues defeating your force?dont be proud cos our like are still with you in north

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      • 21 April 2012 11:04, by Northern Sudanese

        morogot batal

        what are you on about? the inter.community interfered by itself.we kicked them out and you say we are asking the international comunity? what did you do when we took Abyei?

        what is wrong with our defence minister? thats not your business.they blamed the occupation on him but that wasn’t true.where is the occupation now? why did you run away? hahahahhaa

        go to your hungry south haha

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        • 21 April 2012 22:22, by Kalid Joseph

          South Sudanese are people of that loves peace and not war mongers Just like President Bashir and all his followers in Sudan
          our leaders have made the decision to withdraw so that you the people of sudan don’t die of hunger and shortage of fuel, food, hard currency among others.
          The ICC gang should never insult the elected gov’t of RSS as insects.

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  • 21 April 2012 10:38, by Northern Sudanese

    http://www.southsudanhub.com/media/439/Recovery_of_the_Sudanese_army_to_Heglig/

    clearly see sudanese soldiers inside heglig praying near the oil field..........i dont see any spla soldier alive really........
    oh, and this is tit for tat http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TAu9Srotc7Y&list=LL2iKEtJHxmKnnz5uF10axyA&feature=mh_lolz

    taking our brothers means that we take your brothers hahahahahhaa

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  • 21 April 2012 10:46, by philipdit wol

    Well done Kiir be vigilant for your words Bashir and his Alliance should not jokes around.

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  • 21 April 2012 10:52, by Alier De Jok

    Great decision from the president. South Sudan is only accepting the calls from its allies and international communities to withdraw from Heglig but Arabs must remember that south Sudan still have right ownership of the area( panthou).bravo mr president we people of south Sudan are behind you and our army SPLA in full control of any aggression by Sudan should they try in future. Bashir and his def

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    • 21 April 2012 10:54, by Northern Sudanese

      Alier De Jok

      we are not fools ok.......a few days ago you said that you were never gonna withdraw and you also challenged the whole world...... your asses just got kicked out.......the evidence, you said withdrawal in 3 days, why are there no spla soldiers in heglig then?????????

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  • 21 April 2012 11:39, by Mi diit

    Wow, heartless defeated ncp of Bashir does not appreciate the free withdrawal of SPLA per their desperate appeal to the international community.

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    • 21 April 2012 12:27, by Northern Sudanese

      mii diit

      defeated? you were kicked out and chased like rats :D

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  • 21 April 2012 13:42, by Konan

    Janoobean,
    Pls. make things easy for yourselves and admit it, SPLA is defeated and kicked out of Heglig by SAF, as we did when SAF was defeated by SPLA. Mr. Slave Kirr is moron, one day Heglig is part of SS, the other day he set conditions for withdrawal, yesterday he ordered the withdrawal, now he is still in control of Heglig.

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  • 21 April 2012 14:13, by solider

    how could some ppl say bravo to kiir??!do u think those who’v been sent to panthuo r usless animals? they were SOLIDERS.they died for nothing.also this operation costed not less than a billion $,wars r expensive.this money could been used on useful things other than burning it on stupid & dump adventures.this drunken kiir have no respect for his ppl

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    • 21 April 2012 15:05, by Dinkawarrior

      The foreign minister Nhial Deng and the bitch who is representing us in general assembly of UN must resign their positions immediately. We never heard anything from those guys, they faill us seriouly. Mr. Kiir also fail to address the nation for the current situation on the ground? Medias shouldn’t only be used as the sources providers but as a tailback through leadership’ideas!

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  • 21 April 2012 18:08, by E. Defense Forces

    Kiir and the entire government of RSS must step down.

    Obama calls for end to fighting between Khartoum and Juba
    http://www.southsudanhub.com/media/444/Obama_calls_for_end_to_fighting_between_Khartoum_and_Juba/
    Recovery of the Sudanese army to Heglig
    http://www.southsudanhub.com/media/439/Recovery_of_the_Sudanese_army_to_Heglig/

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  • 21 April 2012 18:27, by equtoria helped

    guys it’s all good let’s focus on negotiations and the border once that is done we can continue with development we need to develop this country really badly.

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    • 21 April 2012 22:12, by Barno

      My dear friend and i will call you my brother . our people from north and south need peace war is never solution , u defeat me today then i will be back tomorrow let us push the leader to sit for long lasting peace , your friend physician from north

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  • 21 April 2012 18:31, by equtoria helped

    i just hope that salva kiir is a one term president cause his leader ship is very weak we must be careful about who we choose though we don’t want someone who ill side with the fake Arabs

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  • 21 April 2012 19:50, by 4Justice

    I still don’t understand, why is there no anti-aircraft weapon capable of shooting down the Antanov? how are going to protect civilians? how are you going to protect Juba without air defense weapons? something is very wrong with this man.

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  • 21 April 2012 20:37, by JAMES KUOI STEPHEN

    The SPLA operation had proved to Bashir intention on negative aggression and agreediness espects against our people in Southern Sudan.Southern Sudan had respected the law, and we demand the law enforcement to value the situation of people in Southern Sudan.Therefore, respect and don’t be submissive again.Mr.president Kiir was right, "any bormement in Unity State",SPLA Bright star compaign will act

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  • 21 April 2012 21:09, by JAMES KUOI STEPHEN

    Defensive for our home is not a sins, or crime to be against Human Right, but it’s agift to overcome our enemies, and chased them back for 100% miles off from the areas in Southern Sudan.

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  • 21 April 2012 21:54, by North Sudan

    in full control? Why do lie to yourselves? Please switch on Sudan TV and see live from Heglig..see how SPLA savages robbed and destroyed the hsopital how they set fire in the main electricty station..please swtich it now and see who is in full conrol of Heglig

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  • 21 April 2012 22:11, by North Sudan

    According to the lies Kiir told to his nation, SPLA will remain until tomorrow in Heglig. Today Sudan TV at 10:00 p.m showed from inside Heglig how the SPLA savages robbed and destroyed the hospital,Al Jaeera correspondent confirmed from onsite that SAF is in full control of Heglig

    http://aljazeera.net/news/pages/124b1482-d305-4922-b97f-93f0663bc8f2?GoogleStatID=1

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    • 21 April 2012 22:29, by Kalid Joseph

      that’s just nonsense being showed by your terror Gov’t our forces withdrew today in the morning, the three day phase of withdrawal started on thursday, you cowards don’t think we south sudanese will be watching you invading our nation with support of the AU and UN

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      • 21 April 2012 23:31, by Northern Sudanese

        Kalid Joseph

        stop commenting man you sound retarded already

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        • 21 April 2012 23:58, by Makuei

          Northern,

          Your prostitute bitch, Northern government is coward and SPLA had shown them how a man act.

          Your government is a liar. we promise to withdraw without being forced but your Bashiit lied that he captured Heglig.

          More than five attempts by SAF to recapture Hegig have failed to mighty SPLA.

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  • 22 April 2012 00:21, by Captain105

    These northern Sudanese are here celebrating when just the other day they was embarrassed to even comment. It just shows your cowards but on the other hand my Janubi brothers and sisters are here commenting whether you claim to have "recaptured Heglig" or not it shows we have a strong heart just like our soldiers who chased you out SPLA oyieeeeeeee

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  • 22 April 2012 02:08, by E. Defense Forces
  • 22 April 2012 04:45, by equtoria helped

    SOUTH SUDAN OYEEEE! A PROJECT HAS BEEN GOING UNDERWAY TO BUILD A 60 FLOOR BUILDING IN SOUTH SUDAN MAKING IT THE TALLEST BUILDING IN AFRICA THIS WILL BE DONE IN JUBA ! the construction will BE DONE SOME TIME THIS YEAR WE ARE DEVELOPING AND NOT LOOKING BACK SPLA OYEE!

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  • 22 April 2012 04:59, by Hitler

    Mohammed Ali!
    This is a decision made by our president so that you do not suffer the problem of fuel. remember it is his decision. Try again to attack any part of the south Sudan, Neither the president or UN, the Arab league, USA, EU will save you anymore. We will fuck you again and this time, no single south Sudanese will agree with these idiots. This is the last humanitarian cry to save you dogs

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