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April 14, 2012 (KHARTOUM) – The Sudanese national assembly, that is dominated by the ruling National Congress Party (NCP), will soon summon defense minister Abdel-Rahim Mohamed Hussein to probe him on circumstances surrounding the fall of Heglig at the hands of South Sudan’s army.

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Sudanese defence minister Abdel-Rahim Mohamed Hussein (Reuters)

Presidential adviser Ibrahim Ahmed Omer said yesterday that the parliament intends to hold Hussein accountable.

“We summoned the defense minister and we will hold him to account. Nothing will go by without scrutiny,” Omer said at the Sayed Ahmed Khalifa forum in Khartoum.

Abdel-Rau’f Babiker Sa’ad, an NCP MP, revealed that that the party’s parliamentary bloc held a meeting led by presidential adviser Ghazi Salah al-Deen at the heels of Hussein’s briefing this week in which they directed heavy criticism at the top military official.

They called on the presidency to relieve Hussein of his duties after his recent failure in protecting the oil-rich region of Heglig which produces half of Sudan’s crude output.

Sa’ad said they intend to press with this issue even of it led to disagreement with the presidency.

The Sudan Armed Force (SAF) claimed on Saturday that they are in control of the region of Heglig but not the town. Its spokesman Al-Sawarmi Khalid Sa’ad said that they want to annihilate South Sudan’s forces and not simply reclaim the town back.

The spokesman of Sudan People Liberation Army (SPLA) of South Sudan dismissed SAF assertions saying that the area remains under their control.

South Sudan VP Riek Machar said on Friday that battles are raging between the two sides north of Heglig.

The delay in taking back Heglig and continuous promises by Khartoum that they will do so in the coming hours has frustrated many citizens.

Many are questioning president Omer Hassan al-Bashir’s insistence to keep him despite his poor performance. They note the attack on the capital by Darfur Justice and Equality Movement (JEM) in 2008 which rattled the army at the time despite quickly repulsing it.

It was reported that Bashir swiftly rejected calls that he sack Hussein telling members of his party that it is a "red line". Like Bashir, Hussein has also been indicted by the International Criminal Court (ICC) for alleged crimes in Sudan’s western Darfur region.

In 2003, al-Bashir appointed Hussein as his special representative for Darfur, a position he held until 2004. It was the policies he implemented in Darfur at this time that would later lead the ICC to issue a warrant for Hussein’s arrest.

In December 2011, the prosecutor of the ICC Luis Moreno-Ocampo asked the judges to order the arrest of Hussein saying that he is among those who "bear greatest criminal responsibility" for atrocities in the Sudan’s western region of Darfur from August 2003 to March 2004 at the height of the conflict.

The ICC stated on 1 March 2012 that there were sufficient grounds to hold Hussein responsible for 20 counts of crimes against humanity, including persecution and rape, and 21 counts of war crimes, including murder and attacks on civilians.

Nevertheless, Hussein continues to be regarded as one of the most powerful figures within the regime.

Moreover, he has recently been faced with a great deal of dissent amongst senior army officers who have demanded that the Sudan Armed Forces be made more independent from the NCP.

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Al Jazeera English | Sudan army advances on disputed oil town | 13 April 2012

The Sudanese army says it is advancing on the town of Heglig, days after the South Sudanese army captured it.

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  • 15 April 2012 10:24, by Dinkawarrior

    Hahah! Hahah! Hahah! Hahahah!!!!!!!! Shame is always there from you fake Arabs?

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    • 15 April 2012 10:30, by Northern Sudanese

      Dinkawarrior

      why are you laughing? this man is great and should not be sacked.........BTW you have no opinion on this, as long as Bashir wants him, he will be alright

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      • 15 April 2012 11:36, by Chok Deng

        To Mohammed Mustafa
        Stop commenting brother like Jalaby because you are going to die of shock news.Messeria are rebeling now against the NCP’s gov’t.

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        • 15 April 2012 13:09, by Northern Sudanese

          Chok Deng

          stop making up lies,i know you are the real liar just like the other Deng....

          Messeria told the government that they are ready to kill any SPLA soldier on sudanese soil and want the government to destroy oil facilities in unity and you claim that they are rebelling against the government -.-?

          lol,give me the link of where you get this from...let us see how truthfully you are LOL haha

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          • 15 April 2012 13:28, by Chok Deng

            To Northen Sudanese
            I’m telling u the truth,95% of Messeria are in the South with their cattles peacefully,while your threat to Southerners in Kartoum is their fear,because they are the one going to pay this price.Messeria mostly depend on the South’s land.

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          • 15 April 2012 14:18, by Deng

            Mr. North Sudanese,

            As a matter of fact, you are loosing time on the internet, I suggest that you join you brothers in Khartoum desparatly looking for US currency. The Sudanese pound you have now will loose 70% or more of its value within a week, Hyper inflation has already hit your currency due to shotdown of heglig. Worst is to come yet! This is just a warm up.

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          • 15 April 2012 14:19, by Mach

            What can defense minister do when no one want to fight! Since the oil was cut off several months ago, there is no cash to bribe or pay people off to fight!

            Even the most loyal NCP supporters refuse orders to go and fight in the battlefield because they just don’t want to be slaughtered mercilessly by SPLA.

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          • 16 April 2012 02:49, by Smith

            Breaking news, I am COl. Khaled Sawarmy, I am SAF spokesman....Dear Sudanese, Allah Akbar..Allah Akbar...we have captured the 2nd heglig just here at Khartoum Bari instead of that difficult one occupied by very strong SPLA forces...instead of oil, we have all sort of movable assets like fridges, stools, chairs, big ViP bed, mattresses, cooking utensils....POWs are 7 house residence civilians

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      • 15 April 2012 12:30, by abaha abak james

        Hahahahaah....... you hang or sack him, we will not withdraw from Heglig.jallaba fuel your antinov with your urine next year. Heglig is South Sudan 100%. forget oil poor sudan.

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      • 15 April 2012 19:45, by zulu

        Northern,
        DW is laughing because fhe truth is coming out that SAF is far from Panthou since SPLA is in full control and it is there to stay for ever. We are also advancing on Abyei and ready to uproot SAF from there.

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      • 15 April 2012 20:02, by mosa mel

        The failure is not accountability of Minster Hussen but the failure of NCP that wage war to South Sudan with reasonable and without plan. The ncp come to steal the oil of S Sudan while didn’t know that oil has owner.

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      • 15 April 2012 23:27, by George Bol

        Jallaba/Burjuasin, You need not to cry at the moment because things are still yet hot.

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    • 15 April 2012 10:55, by Diu J.Kuek

      Yes Crisis is begin now this is the total collapse of NCP.
      I told to Jalaby,Mohammed Ali and others your father Omer Al Bashir and his group those of Ahmed Haroun plus this defense Minister will face justice in ICC soon but they see as its a joke.Sudan has been isolated by International community what do you expecting to be happen such a serious situation now the nation will facing.

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      • 15 April 2012 11:19, by Diu J.Kuek

        NCP is in the level of serious crisis they fall in war with South Sudan plus Sudanese rebels in so many fronts while internal political oppositions are very active such Mr Mabarek Al Fusal,Dr Hassan Abdallah Turabi and his brother in law former Prime Minister Mr Sadig Al Mahadi are checking the throne of the King to take over and they will do so.

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        • 15 April 2012 13:14, by Northern Sudanese

          Diu J.Kuek

          internal opposition active against ncp -.-...... OMG WHY DO YOU SOUTHERNERS MAKE UP LIES???????

          ALL THE OPPOSITION PARTIES HAVE PUT THEIR POLITICS ASIDE, AND STARTED TO SUPPORT THE SAF......

          Sadiq al Mahdi told his supporters to show support for the SAF!!!!!!

          stop making lies, no one is against ncp or saf these days -.- ......

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      • 15 April 2012 11:27, by Deng II

        South Sudan also need to sack South Sudan ambassador to United Nation, she not a critical thinker that can representing Country at this time of danger. She need to have full knowlege about any areas in the corner of South Sudan so that to talk with confident.

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        • 15 April 2012 11:35, by Deng II

          She/He neither need to fear to any body in United Nation nor does She/He talk with no knowleges about the disputed areas with Sudan. She/He had been dominated by Sudan ambassador in term of creatives and liar deplomatically.

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          • 15 April 2012 11:47, by Chok Deng

            To Deng II
            I agree with u bro,because that position is very sensitive,it needs somebody who has enough knowledge about the South.

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            • 15 April 2012 11:57, by Deng II

              Chok Deng
              Thank to agreed with me, you know United Nation where any Country on the world battling for thier own country interest,but since we have dispute with Sudan, South Sudan ambassador statement in the United Nation Assembling is sound weak always. You can read South Sudan statement in CNN.

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              • 15 April 2012 12:52, by Loko El Pollo

                I CAN REPRESENT THE SOUTH TO THE WORLD WITH DIGNITY.BUT THE NOMINATION IS SUCK, ONLY THE DUMB WELL CONECTED GET THE JOBS.ANYWAY NO COMPLAIN YET.WE SHALL SEE WHAT THE 77 KIDS ARE GOING TO SHOW TO THE WORLD ABOUT THE NEW NATION.

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          • 15 April 2012 11:50, by Deng II

            NOR SHE/HE TALK WITH NO KNOWLEGE ABOUT ANY DISPUTING AREAS IN SOUTH SUDAND.

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    • 16 April 2012 02:48, by Smith

      Breaking news, I am COl. Khaled Sawarmy, I am SAF spokesman....Dear Sudanese, Allah Akbar..Allah Akbar...we have captured the 2nd heglig just here at Khartoum Bari instead of that difficult one occupied by very strong SPLA forces...instead of oil, we have all sort of movable assets like fridges, stools, chairs, big ViP bed, mattresses, cooking utensils....POWs are 7 house residence civilians

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  • 15 April 2012 10:27, by Northern Sudanese

    i agree with Bashir......i think this mr.Abdulraheem should stay in power......he is a good man......

    btw now we are speaking about him, i must tell you that my real name is Abdulraheem Mohammed Mustafa :)

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    • 15 April 2012 10:29, by Dinkawarrior

      The next person to be pressure is Dr. Liar Khaled Al-Sawarmi, the spokesman of the SAF!

      Hahahahah! Hahahahah! Hahahah! Hahahhaha!

      SPLA-Oyeee! SPLA-Oyeee! SPLA-Oyeee! SPLA-Oyeee! SPLA-Oyeee! Kiir Mayardit-Oyee! Riek Machar Teny-Oyeee!

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    • 15 April 2012 10:42, by Ruach

      North Sudanese.
      Who care about your fake name?What matters is a certain victory to bring back our lands looted in the past.Why do u claim our land?Does your land get rotten there?Go back to your land and leave us alone.Death to u

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      • 15 April 2012 13:17, by Northern Sudanese

        Ruach

        death to you and your cowboy president!!!!!!!!

        those places are ours and not yours!!!!!! you go back to kenya ,congo and Uganda :D

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        • 15 April 2012 14:50, by Dengohide

          NORTHAN SUDANESE
          YOUR DEFENSE MINISTER IS IN HOT SOUP, ALTHOUGH YOU PRESSURIZE HIM TO RESIGN, STILL IT WILL NEVER BE A SOLUTION THIS PROBLEM.

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  • 15 April 2012 10:30, by Dinka Dominated SPLA/M

    Your crisis are our pleasure, sack him or not, we will kept what we are doing, we never been united like this since the creation of Sudan,
    It come to my mind that now everyone in south Sudan is doing his/her best to support our army with everything’s they got, God bless the people of south Sudan

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    • 15 April 2012 12:34, by Diu J.Kuek

      Dinka Dominated SLPA/M
      This is what I keep advising you for in so many occasions please let us not preaching tribal hatred in stead to talks about our unity. whatever differences we should overcome the nation is a nation.
      I hope you sense it now if people are more united is follow by more victories.
      let us go ahead victory is more to come.

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    • 15 April 2012 13:15, by Diu J.Kuek

      To President Salva Kiir.

      In this current situation for South Sudanese who are fighting us along side with Alien Enemies or foreign Army there will be nothing call amnesty for such people they are enemies of the State and they deserve to be accountable for their actions and will face justice.
      according to our judicial system. we shall preserve and respect the supremacy of our constitution.

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  • 15 April 2012 10:30, by LL Reuben

    Terrorists (NIF) Supporters,

    You’ve been mouthing about, spreading bogus lies, now here is the truth. The NIF is about to hang this innocent poor defense minister for lost of Panthou to SPLA. I’ve been telling you northerns brother to join our voices in the South in call for Bashir’s NIF eradication from Sudan politic, but you’re defiance. Sharwami will be fired soon too. God bless RSS.

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    • 15 April 2012 10:34, by Northern Sudanese

      LL Reuben

      HAHAHHAHAHAHAAHAHHAAHAHA hang him?????? HAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHA WHO THE FUCK SAID THAT THEY WANT TO HANG HIM????? HAHAHAHAHHHA

      THEY SAID THEY WANT TO SACK HIM BUT BASHIR REFUSES!!!!!! HAHAHAAHHHHAHAHHA HANG HIM HAHHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAAHA

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      • 15 April 2012 10:42, by LL Reuben

        Northern Sudanese,

        Listen brother I don’t entertain fools. He’ll eventually be hanged, you must be delusional to deny that or be one of NIF croonies yourself. The truth of the matter is that he’s going to to be sacked and ultimately hanged for failing to secure South’s looted town of Panthou. If you think this is entertainment, then proceed with your insanity and keep yourself happy.

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        • 15 April 2012 11:06, by Northern Sudanese

          LL Reuben

          tell me, where is the word hang located in this article? since when did you hear of sudan hanging an official after being sacked?

          stop making up lies, ok?

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          • 15 April 2012 11:26, by LL Reuben

            Nothern Sudanese,

            Don’t exaust yourself defending the criminals of NIF. Insisting to do so put you in the same category, and therefore a criminal yourself. The entire world know sharia law and how umaar Bashir’s NIF used it. So, this is not a matter of wrong or right, it is how suppressive and brutal NIF is to all Sudan citizens. Join our voices in calling for his exit.

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            • 15 April 2012 13:06, by Northern Sudanese

              do you know what sharia law is????????

              you only hang criminals, thats sharia law....
              they cut your hand if you steal,thats sharia law....
              you get punished for being gay or a homosexual,thats sharia law.....

              nowhere in the Quran says, Hang an official when he is sacked....where do you get these crazy ideas from???

              NCP are not criminals, i view them heroes.....Fuck SRF and SPLA!!!!!!!

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          • 15 April 2012 13:21, by Northern Sudanese

            LL Reuben

            since when did you hear of sudan hanging an official after being sacked?

            tell me?

            give me some officials name who has been hanged after being sacked?

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            • 15 April 2012 21:26, by Ruach

              Hahahaa North Sudanese.Sharia law is not against homosexual.When u touch Arab asses,he/she is happier than anything.Sharia law will lead all of u to the hell.

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      • 15 April 2012 21:12, by Ruach

        Who care about Arab-Moslems?Whatever they do will kill them.

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  • 15 April 2012 10:32, by $iong mayom

    told you, SAF army generals are bunch of liars, they will say anything to raise the morale of jalab community but the truth will always prevail no matter fabrications, they failed to recapture Heglig now their defence minister is coming under pressure to call it a day and possibly get hanged!. spla OYEE

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    • 15 April 2012 10:36, by Northern Sudanese

      $iong mayom

      Lie???? they didn’t lie but our national assembly holds him accountable of how Heglig fell into your hands a few days ago.....they know that the army is now fighting to retake it, but they wanna know how it fell in your hands at the first place.....

      he will stay in power of the defense ministry :)

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  • 15 April 2012 10:37, by Ahmado

    Things are not easy am tell you both side will perish Arabs now there is mercerise black people verus red people.we continue.

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    • 15 April 2012 10:40, by Northern Sudanese

      Ahmado

      i am sorry for disturbing your hapiness,but black and red have always been united in sudan stood united and are still united and will always be united......

      its just you southerners who are trying to make a FITNA between us :D

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      • 15 April 2012 10:49, by Ruach

        Who united with Arabs?Where?Go back to Saudi Arabia and Yemen.Leave our land before we slaughter all of u.That Defense Minister was hanged together with SAF spoke man.www.sudan.aljazeeraonline.

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    • 15 April 2012 11:33, by Chok Deng

      Ha ha ha ha ha ha,things fall apart in Khartoum,More resignations and defections are coming soon,stay tune.

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  • 15 April 2012 10:50, by Dinkawarrior

    Our defend Minister is on the of the world news! John Koang-Oyeeee!!!!!!!!!!
    But you need to be careful and do your job; we hire you to protect country! SPLA-Oyeeee!

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  • 15 April 2012 10:50, by Cobra Bior

    Mighty SPLA invation made the dogs bite themselves. SPLA oyeee....this not guerilla tatics war this time, it occupation. suckers....

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  • 15 April 2012 10:50, by Dinkawarrior

    Our defend Minister is on the top of the world news! John Koang-Oyeeee!!!!!!!!!!
    But you need to be careful and do your job; we hire you to protect country! SPLA-Oyeeee!

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    • 15 April 2012 10:53, by Dinkawarrior

      Correction!
      Our defend Minister is on the top of the world news! John Koang-Oyeeee!!!!!!!!!!
      But you need to be careful and do your job; we hire you to protect our country! SPLA-Oyeeee!

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  • 15 April 2012 10:56, by Legacy Elites

    The other town of Abyei is about to be captured by SPLA and the embarrassment of Khartoum people continue. SPLA kalas biga rujal

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  • 15 April 2012 10:59, by Longa

    Husein should resign and head to Hague to answer attrocities he committed in Darfur. He is a failing man. When was minister for Interior, he did not performed as expected. He led a construction of ministry of Interior building to collapse. The regime in Khartoum will soon witness its collapse and taken over by capable Sudanese of long vision of prosperious region. Omer should not protect Hussein.

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    • 15 April 2012 11:23, by allan

      That funny dont give defence minister hard time its not his fault blame ur khartoum regime it will be hard for u guys now thinks b4 everything

      God bless our south sudan army

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

      Longa has says all but i’ll just part it,that people of northern sudan and all patriotic soldiers to remove basir for the sake of peace-ful co-existence with southern neighbor.we dont have problems with innocents northeners but with NIF and the Basir govt plus idiotic SAF.

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  • 15 April 2012 11:27, by Longa

    Breaking news, youths in Khartoum are heading north ward fearing to be forced to come to battle fronts. Khartoum has started capturing youths in the streets of Khartoum forcing them to go to the battle fronts. Khartoum is now hit by panic. Citizens rush to converted their Sudanese currency to dollars and others are transfering their money abroad.

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    • 15 April 2012 11:38, by Michael Angelo

      Longa,

      No doubt that these fake arabs will slaughter our citizens who are still in Khartoum. I arge our citizens in order to leave Khartoum ASAP. The captured of Heglig by SPLA drive them crazy, but our citizens whom they recruit by force will turn their guns against them. No stabbing on the back this time.

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    • 15 April 2012 12:14, by Loko El Pollo

      LONGO: I KNOW BACK IN 1998,THEY USED TO TIED THEM UP AND CARRIED THEM TO THE TERMINAL WHILE SOME ARE CRYING AND CURSING THEIR RELATIVES.HEGLEEG HAD FALLEN AND THE CHANCES OF RECLAIMING IT ARE SLIM.I TOLD THIS FORUM FEW DAYS AGO ABOUT THIS TSUNAMI.I HAVE A RELIABLE BLOOD RELATIVE AS A BRIGADIER ON THE LINE OF DUTY IN PANTHOU.

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      • 15 April 2012 12:34, by Northern Sudanese

        Loko El Pollo

        where is the proof of what you just said?

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    • 15 April 2012 12:33, by Northern Sudanese

      Longa

      where is the proof? where is the evidence? where did you get this from? tell me?

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      • 15 April 2012 13:32, by Longa

        Northern, I am working with International Organization here in Khartoum. Things are tense here. If you r outside Sudan, please, ask your relatives there. Khartoum is trying every means to get into Panthou.

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        • 15 April 2012 15:46, by Mach

          Well done Mr. Longa, that’s the proof/evidence right there, if you’re working for International organization in Khartoum. There you have it, you just shut him up! What’s Mr. Northern going to say now?

          The truth is always powerful, it can hit you in the gut like a tone of brick, and nothing is more painful like the truth!

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        • 15 April 2012 15:54, by Mach

          Many thanks Mr. Longa, you’re a valuable asset in the frontline right there where you’re and please be careful, don’t make yourself visible. Stay below the radar!

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          • 15 April 2012 17:05, by Longa

            Thank you Mach for your advice. I am taking extra quotient to my movements from work to my room. I will update the situation here.

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  • 15 April 2012 11:56, by Tambura

    Army officers warned not to go to war with south Sudan, didn’t they? you can not force somebody children to die and keep your own alive. People fighting for SAF they are brainwashed. If criminal are forcing youth to go to war easy way to save your life is to give up.If they put you on front line, your uncles in south Sudan will understand that, they will not kill you GIVE UP raise up white flag -

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    • 15 April 2012 12:30, by Northern Sudanese

      Tambura

      tell me, who was forced to go to war????? get me proof that people were forced to go to war? stop making up lies, no1 was forced to go to war........

      get me a proof that says, ’’sudan government forced people to go to war’’........

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      • 15 April 2012 13:28, by Smith

        Hi Due,

        The game is nearer to the finish line with SAF being defeated......If you have watched Sudan TV yesterday where SAF claimed to have captured is returned by SPLA today, 2 tanks destroyed 35 SAF soldiers under investigations now....waaah SAF ...citizens are now impatience in Khartoum and will go on strike if SAF does not take over Heglig today which is harder for them than going to hell.

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      • 15 April 2012 15:13, by Tambura

        I received a call from khartoum this morning telling me that, government of Sudan started to arreset young boys and recruite them melshia to send to war with their uncles in south. What kind of proof more than this do you want?....

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  • 15 April 2012 13:32, by Smith

    SPLA says it is easier to go to hell thank going to Heglig now so SAF must forget that unless they fear to be arrested in Khartoum by Bashir.....like those 700 generals who opposed war are now being arrested one by one...what a shameful regime? Sudanese must change the regime so that peace in Sudan al habib is revived...this is how the call it in Khartoum....Sudan al habib.. ahahahaha

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    • 15 April 2012 13:38, by Smith

      As it is difficult to go to heaven it is easier to go to hell then entering and capturing Heglig now under the leadership, command and control by the professional dudes of SPLA...I missed you guys but I am done with my rehearsal and coming soon. my new tactical techniques and know-how on counter-terrorists and Insurgency will add up for a complete defeat of SAF. give me few days man, kick their As

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  • 15 April 2012 13:44, by Smith

    Hahaha...Don’t chase him away.. SPLA has not finished his business with this gentleman until when he admits that, we are mini superpower in the region. .....spare the poor man to first finish his dirty era of the terrorists in Khartoum.

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  • 15 April 2012 14:12, by Deng

    Mr. North Sudanese, Jalaba, and mohamed Ali, Soon, NCP will be divided over the pressure to sack your useless defense minister and SPLA, and SPLA North will talk advantage over that. Not even to mention that the entire civil population has lost faith in NCP over its weak security and failing economy. hyper inflation is already hitting your currency,and soon, they will be piled up as a tissue paper

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    • 15 April 2012 14:46, by Smith

      By the way, we need to be careful on the minister issue...I just remembered that, the minister has been indicted early by the ICC like father like soon, Bashir is also an indicted criminal...what on earth will Bashir agreed to sack him? where will he go if sacked? i think two criminals will favor themselves and fight for death.......it is the heaven that is open...yooooy, naggers are cornered and

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      • 15 April 2012 14:49, by Smith

        they have no options available.....Niger president was in Khartoum to negotiate Bashir exit and is welcomed in Niger to stay. second issue was for the Niger to bring in mercenaries to held SAF. niger are specialized in terroristic fight in their organization known as (Al Qaeda In Magherb AQIM) and paid $1,000/day.. SPLA shall skin them alive...........

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        • 15 April 2012 14:58, by Northern Sudanese

          Smith

          i know you southerners lie to much, but some of your lies are just sooooo funny hahahahhaahahahahahhaa

          hahahahahahhahhaa hahahhahahahahahahha ahahahahahahahhaha

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          • 15 April 2012 15:47, by Lasu lo Denis

            what can the defense minister do more thant what he has done? Make Bashir the defense minister and SPLA will still capture Heglig. this is not the first time the SPLA has beaten the Jalaba, Umar Bashir was chased runing from Torit and he new who are the SPLA. This time the battle field is moved to the Khartoum Suburbs. we will make this fight in the Jalaba back doors.

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            • 15 April 2012 16:32, by Loko El Pollo

              THIS MINISTER WAS THE ONE WHO ESCAPED TO AVOID THE SIGNING OF THE SECURITY ARRANGEMENTS.HE DECLARED WAR WITH THE KNOWLEGE OF EL BASHIR.THE TWO RUSHED TO WAR BECAUSE OF THE INTERNAL PRESSURE HOPING THAT SAF WILL OVERRAN UNITY STATE SO THEY CAN ILLEGALLY TURN ON THE OIL WELLS VALVES .NOW THEY ARE ON THE HORN OF A DILLEMMA ABOUT HOW TO EXTINGUISH THE FIRE THEY STOKED THEMSELVES.SPLM.N HAVE CAPTURED

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              • 15 April 2012 16:35, by Loko El Pollo

                MAN GARRISONS IN BLUE NILE.THEY ARE BATTLING THE SAF IN KURMUK AS IAM WRITING.

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          • 16 April 2012 01:02, by Smith

            I do not lie nor do South Sudanese do brother...watch the media and tell us where we lie? I am telling you the truth...now we shall display the cars and tanks that brought those POWs to Heglig anytime soon and you will enjoy the reality movie of the war time in Heglig between SAF and true men and officers of South Sudan SPLA.

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          • 16 April 2012 01:34, by Dongorgon

            You keep laughín while the defence-minister is cryín,if a countries defence chief is crying then thats ruff, last time he cry wasn´t so long ago....now they´re tired of him crying all the times.

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  • 15 April 2012 17:59, by Kim Deng

    Sunday, 15 April 2012 08:20 South Sudan >>>

    The SPLA has captured 14 soldiers from the Sudan Armed Forces and brought them to Juba.They were caught near Heglig, in the disputed border area between South Sudan and Sudan, which has seen heavy fighting in the area over the past few weeks, between the two countries.

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    • 15 April 2012 20:23, by Mach

      That’s true Kim, these soldiers deliberately handed themselves in because it was the only way for them to survive otherwise they would have been killed. Stay tune you will see more of those!

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  • 15 April 2012 18:28, by Deng

    SAF lie so much!!

    Heglig is 100% still under Juba control

    http://www.aljazeera.com/news/africa/

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    • 15 April 2012 21:01, by Alfredo christiani

      Dear NCP supporters
      You opened four frontlines for yourselves plus ICC
      1- JEM & SLM
      2- SPLM/N Nubians & Blue Nile Guys
      3- Beja in eastern Sudan
      4- SPLA in the South
      The time has come for the Junta to go or die in the power ,full stop

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      • 15 April 2012 21:38, by Ruach

        What am wondering now is the tall building in Khartoum-Bari that will be demolished by mighty SPLA(Ngundeng 1978..et al 2012).SPLA Oyeeeeeeeeee!!

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        • 16 April 2012 01:56, by Dinka Aliap Chawul

          Secret;

          Omar want to commite suicide/homocide like Adolf Hilter of German and this why he has start lossing war with South.its a total madiness to be rule by impotence.Very ashame indeed.

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          • 16 April 2012 02:49, by Smith

            Breaking news, I am COl. Khaled Sawarmy, I am SAF spokesman....Dear Sudanese, Allah Akbar..Allah Akbar...we have captured the 2nd heglig just here at Khartoum Bari instead of that difficult one occupied by very strong SPLA forces...instead of oil, we have all sort of movable assets like fridges, stools, chairs, big ViP bed, mattresses, cooking utensils....POWs are 7 house residence civilians

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