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November 9, 2011 (KHARTOUM) – The president of South Sudan Salva Kiir, today lashed out at his northern counterpart Omer Hassan al-Bashir, accusing him of seeking to deflect away from his own internal problems by blaming other parties for it.

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FILE - South Sudan’s President Salva Kiir (L) and Sudan’s President Omar Hassan al-Bashir wave to the crowd during the Independence Day ceremony in Juba July 9, 2011 (Reuters)

In remarks delivered at the graduation ceremony of the Sudan People Liberation Army (SPLA) in Eastern Equatoria state, Kiir called on Bashir to sit down with his own people in order to resolve the flaring conflicts in Sudan.

The Government of South Sudan (GoSS) website also quoted Kiir as dismissing Bashir’s allegations that the SPLA is providing support to rebels fighting Khartoum in the border states of Blue Nile and South Kordofan.

Kiir described Bashir’s assertions as a form of escape from his own internal political problems adding that the Sudanese leader is keeping his soldiers away in the battle fields so that they do not turn against him.

Last Sunday, Bashir warned South Sudan that his country is running out of patience and that he is prepared to go to war.

He claimed that his Khartoum was in possession of evidences indicating that the south was preparing to launch a war against the Sudanese Army (SAF), threatening that his country would respond in kind.

The SAF are battling fighters from the Sudan People Liberation Movement North (SPLM-N) in South Kordofan and Blue Nile. Khartoum accused the SPLM-N of seeking a regime change and attempting to create ’a second Benghazi’ in reference to the Libyan coastal city which instigated the rebellion against the 41-year-long rule of Muammar Gaddafi.

But the SPLM-N claimed that it was forced to defend itself in face of attempts by SAF to forcibly disarm their fighters.

This month, Sudan lodged its second complaint in 2011 with the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) detailing accounts corroborating its assertions that South Sudan is providing military support to the anti-government rebels in Blue Nile and South Kordofan.

South Sudan became an independent nation in July and remarks from leaders in Khartoum and Juba at the time promised cordial and constructive relations between the two neighbours.

Kiir also disclosed today that at least seven people were killed in Upper Nile state as a result of aerial bombardment by SAF.

The United States issued a condemnation of the purported attack.

"The United States strongly condemns in the strongest possible terms the aerial bombardment by the Sudan Armed Forces that occurred near the international border between Sudan and South Sudan, including reportedly the South Sudanese towns of Yafta and Bew Quaffa," said Mark Toner, a State Department spokesman. Such "indiscriminate aerial bombardment of civilian targets always is unacceptable and unjustified," Toner stressed.

"The provocative aerial bombardments near the border increase the potential of direct confrontation between Sudan and South Sudan," he added.

"This attack only further emphasises the need for an immediate halt to indiscriminate bombing of civilian areas by the Sudan Armed Forces, and a resolution to the conflict through a resumption of political talks," he said.

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  • 10 November 2011 09:31, by Master

    The International community strongly condemns in the strongest possible terms the aerial bombardment by the American Armed Forces that occurred in Japan, Korea, Vitnam, Afghanistan, Iraq, Sudan, Libya, Cuba, Panama and all its proxies in Israel, South Sudan and Colombia.

    Your governments support for Darfur rebels and SPLM-N is clear as daylight. It is you who is deflecting the defeats in Unity.

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    • 10 November 2011 10:35, by Logic

      "The international community" who the hell is that? That’s an overused term which means nothing to the oppressed.

      Wow, you condemn the US for abuse of its power but you condone N. Sudan atrocities against its own people. At least Israel & US can say they’re NOT attacking their own civilians, but can your Bashir say the same.

      Sheer hypocrisy shackled with blatant ignorance.

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      • 10 November 2011 11:38, by SSLA supporter

        Mr Logic

        Genuinely speaking, the government of the Republic of Sudan has no quarrel with the innocent people of South Sudan, the very evident is the large present of millions of south Sudanese in the Republic of Sudan up to date. Even those who have been recently repatriated to south Sudan are now returning back to their second home in the Republic of Sudan due to lack of basic services in RoSS

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        • 10 November 2011 14:57, by James Umuor M.

          That is true for the people of south sudan repatriated to go back the north sudan but the fact is indeed our southern government is corrupt but they should be patiene try as well to do something on these belove land as we where doing during war.
          And i think even if they return for now still in April they will be return as according to north, south repatriation agreement is concern.

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        • 11 November 2011 00:54, by BM Bol

          There is nothing being genuine about your conclusion. Tell hundreds of innocent civilians that are stuck between north and South border that Bashir has nothing to do with them being stuck. Tell millions of innocent children and women that have killed since Bashir came power that he’s nothing to do with their death. Go the camp being bombed and tell the refugees that Bashir did not intend to harm them. Should I go on? The fact is you know the truth but your blind hatred is preventing you from acknowledging them.

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          • 11 November 2011 03:24, by SSLA supporter

            Mr BM Bol

            Well, SPLA/M militia waged its losing war against the regime of Jafar Numeri in 1983-1986 and then Sadiq Al-mhdi 1986 -1989 and then Al Bashir from 1989-2005,i.e. Bashir came to power 6 years after the rebellion has already kicked-off in south Sudan. To best of my knowledge, it was him that signed the CPA with Garang in 2005; it was him that stopped > 5 decade bloodbath in sudan.

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            • 11 November 2011 03:42, by SSLA supporter

              Our people don’t need anyone to tell them why they are suffering because they know that it is the SPLA/M looting of their resources and public monies that subject them to those hardships!! Voluntary repatriation of the IDPs was funded by UNCHR but the funds was embezzled by the corrupt SPLM employees who ended up building themselves homes in Khartoum so do you want to blame that on Sudan governmen

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            • 11 November 2011 03:46, by SSLA supporter

              So, do you want to blame everything single problem in south Sudan on the government of Sudan?

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            • 11 November 2011 05:39, by BM Bol

              That’s not true. The periods you mentioned were in fact the victorious years for the SPLA. In fact, 90 % of South Sudan was under the SPLA control with the exception of major towns such as Malakal, Wau, Bentiu, Juba, & Raja. I understand you do not want to admit these facts, but what matters is the SPLA achieved it objectives they picked up the arms for in the first place.

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              • 12 November 2011 03:38, by SSLA supporter

                MB Bol!

                I am not a Historian, but to best of my knowledge and as an eyewitness of the event on the goound during those years of the Sudanese civil war;I can say with confident that my account is accurate! MB Bol, I was once in a town sieged and bombarded indiscriminately SPLA/M mafia and I went up to Itang where I saw SPLA/M evil deeds for myself!...continue

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              • 12 November 2011 04:15, by SSLA supporter

                BM Bol
                Even If the SPLA/M mafia managed to liberate 90% of rural area of south Sudan so, what is the significance of that when the mafia claimed to be fighting for the freedom of the so-called marginalised people of Sudan, henceforth the name Sudan people liberation army/movement? cont.....

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          • 12 November 2011 04:30, by SSLA supporter

            So, what objective or mission accomplished by SPLA/M militia when the so-called marginalised people of Sudan as claimed by the militia are still not freed and the militia’s vision of New Sudan has not yet been achieved? Pathetic isn’t? If SPLA/M militia was just using the Nuba of southern Kordofan state and people of ingasina of Southern blue Nile state then its luck is tainted with blood of those

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        • 23 November 2011 15:10, by mon-mandhal

          Lying to the public that southerners are returning back to Khartom has proved u liar.

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      • 10 November 2011 11:49, by SSLA supporter

        cont..

        contrary to the 1st class citizenship promised by the SPLA/M corrupt regime during its campaign for the separation of South Sudan! So, any war president Al- Bashir is talking about now is directed against the SPLA/M mafia regime and NOT towards the people of RoSS who have nothing to do with SPLA/M crimes! Any one who can get rid of that cancer called SPLA/M he/she is highly welcome.

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      • 10 November 2011 12:23, by SSLA supporter

        The hypocrisy will also be to condemn only Mr Omer Al-Bashir for killing his own people but fail to condemn SPLA/M thugs for killing their Southern Sudanese civilians during the past and the current civil wars. The 2.5 million south Sudanese who died in the war, half if not three quarter of them were killed by SPLA/M recklessness, as it was the SPLA/M militia that used to:

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        • 10 November 2011 12:28, by SSLA supporter

          attack and bombard cities packed with innocent civilians and without any warning whatsoever, siege cities preventing food and medicine from reaching the starving and sick civilians, it was also the SPLA/M that used to shoot down civilian aeroplanes. Currently, it is the SPLA/M mafia that is killing, imprisoning, torturing looting and ruining the RoSS and no single western country condemning it.

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          • 10 November 2011 13:56, by mon-mandhal

            Too stupid $ coward why shuold he aways acuses the splm/A of being corupt? while he is milking or feeding on it. sslm supporter must joine thier visioness rebellion in bush,if he feels that govt is not working for the wellfare of it,s people then to wast his time on web war in Juba.

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          • 10 November 2011 22:40, by SSLA supporter

            Mon-mandthol

            You are just an illiterate and retarded Mule that doesn’t deserve any attention whatsoever!! Fool, go and learn how to construct a full and useful sentence in English Language before you put your ugly nose into debate that you can’t comprehend.

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        • 10 November 2011 13:48, by Liberal

          Dear commentators,

          It is good to criticize anything that you think it is unfair or something which is not matching your understanding. Am advising you not to be addicted to criticism coz it is ackward for the criticism to be your traditions.

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        • 10 November 2011 14:55, by Gunkills

          @SSLA supporter! Believe me this mentality of yours will never take you anywhere. We people of South Sudan, God want us to live with normal life like others nations. That why He chosen SPLM/A to lead us to promise Land. Your SSLA criminals will never, never and never rule us.

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    • 10 November 2011 16:10, by Fearless man

      Salva Kiir is a coward who dose’t know that. he is just there for time being but he will disappear latter. there is no country that the blind man can rule the wise people especial when he blind man refused to learn from his long tim boss.
      What a corrupted Bhar el Gazal gang? now there is arab in Abyei, who will go and die for it if bhar el Gazal is still with this madness of corruption. shame

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    • 10 November 2011 23:31, by Junub

      Omer your words is always sack go to hell.

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    • 10 November 2011 23:47, by Elijah B. Elkan

      Mr. Master,

      God, its so painful to read so many idiotic comments. You are so incompetent with your comments. The (Omar B.) killing of his own citizen is not acceptable on this planet. Remember what happen to Iraqi president and Libya president. The president of north Sudan is living on borrowed time(s). His time is almost up!.

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      • 11 November 2011 08:50, by Master

        Oh did i hit a nerve Elijah - like i did with Logic. Sorry i take that back Israel isnt a proxy of the US. The US is a puppet of Israel - so is SPLM -same mentality same tactics Kiir is using. Loot, Kill and help merceneries and then say - they did it. Im just protecting myself !!

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  • 10 November 2011 10:11, by Chanson

    Mr. President.Bashir have been singing word"war"every now and then.He have been bombing the South Sudan,s territory durin referendum and no response toward that aggression and no blame for that.Why,why and why? Arab thought that if they have seized ABYEI they maybe saying that South doesn’t know how to fight back but that was during referenda time.And now lets say "NOT AGAIN" or ENOUGH IS ENOUGH!!

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  • 10 November 2011 10:40, by Bol Akoch Buoi

    It is crystal clear that Khartoum is preparing for war with South Sudan that is why they are lodging complaint after complaint to UNSC. This is to establish a platform case scenario. This is fox’s tactics, black mailing and old delusion ideology. South Sudan must remained vigilant all time with this particular people. They are most dangerous neighbor, never trust them.

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  • 10 November 2011 10:45, by Alier42

    Kiir as we all know, you had no good record military performances,keep your mouth shut,confronting Bashir will be a total suicide when it comes military engagement in battle field ,we do not want any other defeat like the one of Abyei.what i know, you know better is looting of our resources at will with your colleagues in your goverment.

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    • 10 November 2011 12:11, by Mapuor

      Dear Alier 42.
      Its true that SPLA is now weak.You very well know the reason.Greater Upper Nile is inhabited by people who are not consistent,during the long war they were either Khartoum militias or in refugee camps in Kakuma.The whole war was left for Greater Bhar El Gazal & Equatoria.Now those people of Greater Upper Nile form 90% of the SPLA,SPLA is weak because of the huge number Uppernile

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      • 10 November 2011 12:26, by Force 1

        Mapuor, you seem to know less of SPLA/M history! Asked Salva Kiir who the Korioms were, you’ll be educated of the history of who were the first in front lines of struggle.

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      • 10 November 2011 16:41, by deng12784

        Dear Mapuor, i couldn’t waste my words to blame you coz you didn’t know the history of this country, but if you know ingest ur words pliz coz greater upper nile is backbone of this nation at era war, as you know no cowardice in greater Upper Nile, so if your father alive or uncle consecult him to tell you more about gr. Upp-Nile participation since eon of Anyanya One to SPLM/A.

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  • 10 November 2011 10:49, by SSLA supporter

    Please Sudan tribune journalists!

    Please could you try your outmost best to avoid using irrelevant archive pictures that have nothing to do with the current focus of the your article? As they say “a photo worth more than a million words”, thus, any picture you dump here is supposed to be appropriate to the article.

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  • 10 November 2011 10:58, by SSLA supporter

    Continue..

    Unfortunately, most of the pictures used here are not always related to the theme of the article at hand! So, what is the point of using those irrelevant file photos instead of the picture of Kiir taken at the time when he made those nonsense remarks during the so-called graduation ceremony of SLPA militia? Please take my comment as a correction rather than an abuse!!

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  • 10 November 2011 11:01, by mohammed ali

    Bashieer said it very clearly!We want peace and not war, but if you donnot stop interfering in our internal affairs we will respond. So far we have been very patient.Your support to the SPLA-N does not need any evidence! They are now in Juba!I think you better sit with your people who are looking for peace for a very long time.Dragiging them to war for which they have no interest is a grave mistak

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    • 10 November 2011 12:36, by Bush

      @mohammed ali

      If I happen to meet with this dog called Mohammed Dog Ali ... guess.

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      • 10 November 2011 19:12, by mohammed ali

        Bush,

        Unffortunately you are not going to meet me. But , if you meet , so what?! There nothing personal between me and you and hatred is not going to solve the problem of Sudan. Afterall what did I say wrong? I see all the debate here is futile and useless. I dont care about the qualifications of Basheer or Salva...cont

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        • 10 November 2011 19:20, by mohammed ali

          The question here is do we want to continue having war or do we want peace. Basheer and Salva are presidents of two soverign states..period! If you want to continue the with the ideas of new Sudan, blue nile, south kordifan, Arabs, non aArabs and bla ..bla.. that means you are interfering in our internal affairs according to the international law...cont

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          • 10 November 2011 19:26, by mohammed ali

            We do not want that to happen , because this will lead to debvaststing consequences for both of us and particularly for the nw state of south Sudan. What Basheer said is that we did not come along that way to divide the country and continue fighting , there is a better way...peace and each to be contained within his borders. This excately what southerners voted for..cont

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            • 10 November 2011 19:36, by mohammed ali

              Surely we have so many problems to face in Sudan and I am sure you are very much aware about the problems in your country. The borders of your country were marked on the negotiating table and not on the battlefield and COURAGEOUS Basheer accepted what no other leader would accept. War will lead us to no where except further underdevelopment and poverty.That is not good for both of us...cont

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              • 10 November 2011 19:43, by mohammed ali

                Yes we need to sit with our people and talk, but this our business and we have been doing that. The clear example is the negotaition with you ...yourself. So let us do our business by ourselves and do not interfer with our internal affairs that is a " no fly zone".You have so many wounds that a very small touch will hurt you badly and bleed profusely....cont

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                • 10 November 2011 19:56, by mohammed ali

                  We donnot need to do that, we need the money to advance our country and advance peace. I am sure you have the same need! Why should a bag of sorghum costs in the south 100 pounds while it costs 20 pounds across the border, the reason is political!solving problems between two soverign states will let the ordinary and marginalised people of the south have a taste of peace and "freedom" and food !

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            • 10 November 2011 20:34, by Force 1

              Ali, you know you cannot afford it, not because both sides will suffer. You guys are always known for empty scare tactics, you can say anything to try to alert people and it seems to be an old trick in book that is at the rear view mirror.

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              • 10 November 2011 21:07, by mohammed ali

                fORCE,

                What scre tactics? Is war good for you? Am I scared of war?! Yes I am. People sitting thousands miles away from Sudan really donnot feel the pain of ordinary people. You have already enjoyed the asylum status and want to continue the hatred and propoganda. People are dying of hunger...oh dear enjoy your beer no need to disturb yoo with poor people problems..sorry!

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              • 10 November 2011 21:15, by mohammed ali

                Force ,

                For what ever reason in your mind , we cannot afford WAR. Consider us cowards, weak or whatever ...we simply donnot want war. If we want war we could have continued and not sign any peace deal or CPA. If war is good for you , come down and fight , that is your business. Fortunately you can push others to war while you are thousands of miles away!

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                • 11 November 2011 01:19, by Force 1

                  Ali, stop your assumption that everybody that writes here is somewhere less.
                  Those who assumed doesn’t have any distinction with those who are clueless.

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    • 10 November 2011 18:05, by pabaak

      those of you, SSLA supporter and Mahued Ali, are you serious supporting the first class criminal, the genocidal Present. you are joking, its we who will say if you don’t stop violating our air space, then you will pay the price for it. its the South Sudan who very patience, because how many violation occur since Independence.

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  • 10 November 2011 12:14, by Red Army

    Salva Kiir Mayardit is not a good fighter. He is a weak and slow fighter. Even an armed civilian can fighter against a soldier than him. I am Jesh Al Hameer from Bongo, and had had involved in many military operations against the enemy under his command in Rumbek, Kurmuk and Eastern Equatoria and many of my colleagues in arms had died due to his lack and incompetency in military tactics/strategies

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    • 10 November 2011 12:33, by Bush

      @Red Army

      Jesh el Ahamar from Bongo? and up to now you didn’t die? what are you waiting for? LOL!

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  • 10 November 2011 12:20, by Red Army

    ....as a result of his weakness and military valor, South Sudan as a nascent nation under his presidency is more likely to be vulnerable to military defeat under his commander-in-chief command. Salva Kiir can not match Omer Beshir because Beshir is a true fighter and military strategist unlike Kiir. Although Kiir is said to had gone to military academy or cadre, he does possess any qualities.

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    • 10 November 2011 12:30, by Red Army

      ...moreover, Kiir is neither a good politician nor a military man. Intead, he is suitable to be an intelligent officer ,duty he is fit to handle during the civil war in the SPLA/M. Under Kiir, the SPLA soldiers are demoralized and unpatriotic compare to the SPLA of 1983-2005. Reasons are: Kiir is not an inspirational leader, he pays low or none to the SPLA soldiers, he is corrupted. Morale is down

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      • 10 November 2011 14:06, by Liberal

        Mr. Red Army,
        I consider you as a liberator and strong cadre of the SPLA but to my surprise, you have no any military rules and regulations on how the junior can speak about his leader. your analysis about president Kiir are based on presumption and it can be considered as an act of character assassination.

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      • 10 November 2011 14:08, by Michael Miyom Minyiel

        Red army,I use to admire your comments with your good English being constructed orderly but the way you are against your president proves that you are not a good citizen that is why now you turn out ineffective and so much naive.
        I think you are not serving your people in a single way that is why now you are always commending badly on president,slot.
        Be wise.

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  • 10 November 2011 12:27, by Bush

    Don’t just hit back on the air Mr.Kiir, hit him hard on the face and we are ready to defend this new nation as we did it before.

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  • 10 November 2011 12:39, by Red Army

    Mapuor,

    Inciting political regionalism on this issue could ignite regional politics if you are provoking it in such an approach. The Greater Upper Nile are the sources of everything including manpower, national wealth and resources, great politicians and freedom fighters. The Greater Upper Nile had produced the pioneers of everything. The Greater Bar el ghazel bears blameworthy for corruption.

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  • 10 November 2011 13:29, by ulla 007

    really el bashir is defleting away from his own problem,i want to tell to Bashir that if you are defended in the north then consider yourself a failure dont blame the south coz we are in a different countries now.this slogan is too old and we are not interesting for it so led it be in the north but dont cross the border coz if you do you will be harm and arabs in Khartoum will burn miserably.

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  • 10 November 2011 13:54, by Michael Miyom Minyiel

    Thank you mr.Kiir for lashing out to Bashire,s comments threatening to launch war to the South.
    Where people do not comment on things,others think that others are coward that is why now Bashire uses to threat the South Sudan for war.
    Defend your people mr.President!

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  • 10 November 2011 14:01, by Letigolight

    These cursed decendants of Ismail will continue to be war mongers and will never win; they will always enjoy a situation of anarchy in the country so that they suppress all kinds of freedom, a jihadist in Sudan will never say anything against his fellow muslim. Bashir is always wrong, but he will have the largest and blind followers for life, wait and see

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  • 10 November 2011 14:05, by Bush man

    Dear All, this is what the people of South Sudan expect to hear from their president. Bashir bulling on the Republic of South Sudan is becoming too much and useless. He refuse to sit down with his own country men to solve his own internal affairs. Let him know South Sudan is a country of its own now and any provocation can be dealt with the same way South dealt with Referendum collectively.

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  • 10 November 2011 14:46, by Lokeji

    Kiir didn’t give any hits back to Bashir remarks,it was a kind of shallow remarks which doesn’t carry any momentum,why? bcoz Kiir knowns himself well that he is not ready to enter into war with kht,during the interim period kiir and his thugs dismantle the SPLA forces to the extend of making some of them to carry out bad activities inorder to support their families.

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  • 10 November 2011 14:59, by Lokeji

    how can u imagine someone with a family to survive on ssp 350 per a month while the big thugs are sucking their blood without anyone been question about this huge corruption in SPLA finances.with this activities he lost support from the low ranks SPLA forces.there is a need for every southern sudanese to do something in order to recover the trust of our gallant SPLA forces.SPLM is our weakness.

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  • 10 November 2011 16:26, by Cadaai ?o?

    First of all, Mr. President Salva Kiir Mayardit; job well done so far to South Sudanese after 120 days of South Sudan independence. I do really appreciate that. Also, Good moves though against recently remarks towards South Sudan by President Omer el Bashir. It is times for South Sudanese President to talks as an absolute head of new nation in the world. South Sudan is not longer a rebel state.

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  • 10 November 2011 16:52, by deng12784

    it’s your turn mr. president to dumb foe khartoum president, and of course it is time to defends our country rather than encounter bad things on our leaders, whether he is not good fighter or he is corrupt, but to me i understand that, everyone is corrupt but the matter is, you are not being put on tops of every things.

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  • 10 November 2011 21:19, by Master

    URGENT !! The US and KIIR are going to PULL A 9/11

    Tues US Lobby group call for a no-fly Zone to protect civilians
    http://www.voanews.com/english/news/africa/east/US-Lobby-Groups-Want-A-No-Fly-Zone-In-Sudan-133445898.html

    Wed Then Kiir states Khartoum wants to invade the South
    Wed The US condemns airstricks in the South.
    Thur ’eye witness’ report seeing bombing and white plane flying North.

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