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May 4, 2012 (JUBA) – The Republic of South Sudan has adopted its official map for the first time since it became independence in July 2011 including various areas, including Heglig/Panthou, that are also claimed by Sudan.

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New official map of the Republic of South Sudan in front of the Vice President, Dr. Riek Machar Teny, Juba, May 4, 2012 (ST)

The map includes territories which officials of South Sudan said were claimed and illegally annexed to Sudan by successive Khartoum regimes.

In a Council of Ministers meeting on Friday chaired by the Vice President, Riek Machar Teny, the cabinet approved the official map of the new state after thorough deliberations.

The Minister of Telecommunications and Postal Service, Madut Biar Yel, told the press after the cabinet meeting that six areas that were contested and occupied by Khartoum including Heglig/Panthou were included as part of South Sudan as per the new map presented to the cabinet by the Vice President.

Heglig was the scene of heavy fighting between the South Sudanese army (SPLA) and the Sudan Armed Forces in April. The SPLA occupied the oil-rich region for ten days but withdrew - it claims - due to international pressure. Khartoum, however, say SAF forced the SPLA out of the area, which has produced around half of their 115,000 barrels per day of crude since South Sudan seceded taking with it 75% of production.

Juba claims that the area was annexed by Khartoum after oil was discovered there in 1970s.

The areas disputed by Khartoum are located in the four bordering states of Upper Nile, Unity, Northern Bahr el Ghazal and Western Bahr el Ghazal states.
Khartoum has a different rival map which has also incorporated the same disputed territories.

Madut accused Khartoum of occupying territories which historically belong to South Sudan and claiming them because they have resources.

The two countries have not demarcated the nearly 1,800 kilometre border during the six year peace process (2005-2011) and post-independence negotiations have made little progress on the issue.

South Sudan wants the issue of all border demarcation to be referred to arbitration. Khartoum has resisted this but its ambassador to the UK said on Tuesday that is was happy to go for arbitration over Heglig and other border areas.

However, when questioned on this apparent new development he told Sudan Tribune that this would be conditional on security issues being resolved including the SPLA admitting that it backs its former comrades the SPLA-North, which have been fighting the government in South Kordofan and Blue Nile.

The implementation of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement was incomplete in these areas, meaning that the SPLA-N refused to disarm or move south of the border when South Sudan seceded.

South Sudan has been urged by the international community not to interfere in the two areas, which were given special status under the CPA, although Juba denies this.

UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon described South Sudan’s brief occupation of Heglig - triggered, Juba says, by repeated bombing and ground attacks - as "illegal".

However British historian Douglas H. Johnson, who has worked extensively on border issues, including as part of the Abyei Border Commission (ABC), established by the CPA, said in a short note on published on 4 May that declaring Heglig/Panthou as part of Sudan is “premature at best and prejudicial to a final resolution at worst.” He also recommended that the issues be resolved through arbitration.

Madut further explained that South Sudan has not demarcated its borders with its other neighbouring countries Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda, DR Congo and Central African Republic.

However, he expressed hope that, unlike the present border conflict with Sudan, these borders will be demarcated amicably.

(ST)

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  • 5 May 2012 06:57, by Panthouandbeyond

    This is what I mean by my name Pantou and Beyond. We will fight for it forever and ever, Amen

    Panthou and Beyond

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    • 5 May 2012 07:36, by P.K.M

      On top of that, the UN should stop any activities in Panthou/Heglig oil fields; otherwise, the SPLA will put a halt by force! SPLA should not be the only party that obeyed the UN orders; if the other side is not doing the same thing, the why should SPLA be the only one getting hold down? We’ll be running out of patience soon.

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      • 5 May 2012 09:48, by Mi diit

        Bravo Republic of South Sudan,

        It is excellent that we now have what we call our own official map for the overall territory of the Republic of South Sudan for the first time. We will defend it until the greedy Khartoumers give up and understand that it is costly to try to illegally annex others lands because of their resources. South Sudan territory oyeeeee.... Liberate all the border areas.

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        • 5 May 2012 09:50, by Mi diit

          And we are coming for Abyei soon! Whether with court arbitration or with bullet, we will get back what is ours.

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          • 5 May 2012 15:46, by Chol

            Years ago, we told Sudan that, South Sudan will be an independent country and all they did was laugh their tailed out thinking that it was a joke, but what happened about ten months ago? People voted and South Sudan became autonomous.

            Now Sudan still under delusion that Abyei and Panthou are their territories; it could be same as South Sudan drawing the line around Omdurman and called it theirs.

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      • 5 May 2012 10:49, by Darkangel
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      • 5 May 2012 19:22, by Nguetbuny de Luelpiny

        Weakness of our south leaders is a big problem. We should be talking Kordufan, Blue Nile and Darfur. Separatist who talk empty can see now; I do not hear Kosti, Rebak, and Makuar. SSleaders do not have verbal war of giving their Historical lost Land early. They pretend when some speak Arab, English would pretend they know everything.
        with out consolidating local tribes that knew land.

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    • 5 May 2012 11:35, by Mig—29

      long time ago Sudan did not want to give you the Independence because they new you are just sick mother fuckers
      and you will not go in peace,you will be causing big problem to all the east African region, calling you an insects is a very bad insult to the Insects, cray and cray till you drop dead you will not see one meter of Higlig, you fucking blood lover’s war monger the world is watching you.

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    • 5 May 2012 14:08, by wadelsudan

      South is free to include Cairo and Capetown if the like, this indicates how ignorant and arrogant and folish SPLA officials are, they should first have a soccer team and a functioning airport & telephone code, sudan will not permit the south to export oil through north even at$50 per barrel soon or later ss economy will collapse, we will never trust u again.

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      • 5 May 2012 17:33, by Agutran

        Wadelsudan, just because you name the town Heglig is not going to be enough to make it sound Arabic or Sudanese territory! Just look at where the 1956 border is drawn.

        The question that’s going to be asked by the International Court of Arbitration (ICA) is where the 1956 border-line is located?

        The former colonial rulers the British have the prints and all the documentation about it!

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      • 1 June 2012 12:01, by Johndumo14

        We in south sudan are not depending on oil,from 1956-1972 was there oil? and from 1983-2005 was there oil? and how many countries in the world living without oil?? Our neigbours like Uganda,kenya,Ethiopia,and chad ,do they have Oil? And how they live?And why south sudan oil become an issue?? Leave south sudan alone ,we can do what we wish,to sell or not to sell the oil ,is non of anybody business.

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    • 5 May 2012 20:49, by sober

      I wonder, if it is an Israel idea. Israel can fight but S Soudan cannot ever feed its folk.

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    • 5 May 2012 22:17, by General B

      South Sudan wayeee! New nation oyee! South Sudan Army oyee!!!! Today,I fully believe and pride that our Republic of South Sudan will defeat Arabs hearts in Khartoum forever.I’m very proud for our relatives whom I lost for this land as Heglig (Panthou).

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  • 5 May 2012 06:59, by Kurnyel

    Just dilute your fucken maps and drink it with water, Hegilg even in CPA never been mention as part of South Sudan, you will cry and cry until your blood come out but you will not get any piece of land from Hegilg

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    • 5 May 2012 07:13, by dinkdong

      Hey man, I thought you said last time you are Southern Sudanese, and you are now in Pibor. How came you sound like you are defending N. Sudan?

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    • 5 May 2012 07:21, by Diu J.Kuek

      Panthou(heglig) its so obvious as territory of South Sudan and will remain as territory of South Sudan thank to the entire Government of South Sudan for new official map including Heglig let the world know that we are not abandon our territories we will take it back by all means whether through legal procedure or by gun it must be back to South Sudan.

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      • 5 May 2012 07:31, by Diu J.Kuek

        To UN Chief Ban Ki Moon and AU mediators as Thabo Mbeki if there are serious for their peace between Sudan and S, Sudan should concentrate on borders demarcation not oil fees transit this issue is depend on agreement between two nations.Sudan should be ready and willing to give the land in exchange for the price and the S,Sudan should be resdy and willing to pay the price in exchange for land use

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        • 5 May 2012 07:40, by Diu J.Kuek

          Ban Ki Moon United Nations Chief, AU and th rest of International Organizations should apologize for their premature remarked on Heglig and those who forced us to withdrew from Heglig our territory as agift by nature to us will be accountable for the use of our resources by Sudan as resulted their pressure that let us to leave our land to TERRORISTS.

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      • 5 May 2012 11:52, by Mig—29

        Diu J.Kuek, and all the mother fuckers in this web page, mark my word, it took you from 1956 to 2011 to get Independence, so start counting because this one will crying forever, the only place you will see Higleg will be in that fucking paper you just got, you nasty piece of work.

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        • 6 May 2012 00:50, by Born-to-Rule

          Mig-69

          Dude how did it take Khartoum inbreed to get their independence from England?.Check your history fool.Bashir and Hussein are the most wanted crimianls in the world dead or alive.You people in the north are cowards. Egypt too a large land in border and you people did nothing, idiots.
          Some day soon south will have a professional army and hardware and both countries will have a fare fight.

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    • 5 May 2012 07:22, by zulu

      Kurnyl,
      The surprising news for you today is that your stupid NCP has pulled out of Abyei and Panthou as requested by UNSC. So, enjoy dreaming about these places and other places yet to be demanded by mighty SPLA/M and a very powerful richest African country, South Sudan.

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      • 5 May 2012 13:34, by SUPERMAN

        to: Mr. Zero

        Unfortunately u are alway off point. i don’t know from where u r posting your fake comments. To defend ur cause its better 4 u 2keep silent. because ur repeated fake comments r of great fun.

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    • 5 May 2012 07:22, by viper

      Every body in sudan has become a criminal to the extent of imitating the old saying of their red carded international criminal who is also claimed to be a president has said. What a confused country! Another thug talking of diluting the map? Are these pple really okay mentally? Oh my God! Young generations repeating the sayings of the criminal! God give these blind pple a wisdom

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    • 5 May 2012 07:24, by Panthouandbeyond

      Kurnyel

      Wake up man. Do not panic.

      Panthou and Beyond

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    • 5 May 2012 07:44, by Mike Mike

      Let this claimed should not be abandoned later on if the matter comes to worse.Your wrong in the first place because you would have not excluded Heglig out during the closing down of all Oil wells lying in South Sudan territory.We the youth of the SS are ready to respond to any aggression from the North and also encouraging you to not leave out any inch of SS land to be owned by N.S.

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    • 5 May 2012 07:58, by Monydit K

      Kurney, what happen in Heglig has shown the weakness of your government is; in addiction, Sudan army will never and ever to defeated SPLA. Honestly, I can’t believe the whole country has been blind fool by dumps and lairs Politicians.

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    • 5 May 2012 11:00, by Naath

      kurnyel.
      That sound embarrassing to you by saying that ugly word dilute your fucken maps and drink it.we are southern-sudanes we don’t like fake arab like you.let me tell you this son of fake arab.thes time we south-sudanes we want fight with really-really ARAB not dark skinny arab like you
      looooooooong liiiiiiiiife south

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  • 5 May 2012 07:03, by Kim Deng

    The discovery of oil in the late 1970s created immediate tensions between the central government in Khartoum and the Southern Regional Government in Juba. Oil was declared a national resource, and official announcements from Khartoum were vague about the location of the main oil fields, stating only that they were located some 500 kms south of Khartoum. The first fields to be developed were...

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  • 5 May 2012 07:05, by Kim Deng

    given names such as ’Unity’ and ’Heglig’ which disguised their location, and the Chevron oil company basing its headquarters in Muglad rather than Bentiu. In 1980 the national parliament attempted to redraw the boundaries of Upper Nile Province with the passage of legislation establishing new regional governments in northern Sudan, and the map accompanying the legislation annexed the oil fields..

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  • 5 May 2012 07:07, by Kim Deng

    the oil fields to Kordofan. This map was withdrawn after protests from the Southern Regional government.One of the first fields to be developed was at Panthou, meaning the place or village of the Balanites aegyptiaca in Dinka. The name was changed to Heglig in Arabic. Nimeiri proposed to create a new Unity Region by amalgamating Western Upper Nile District, Abyei and parts of Southern Kordofan,...

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  • 5 May 2012 07:10, by Kim Deng

    but in the end only Western Upper Nile was renamed Unity when the Southern Region was abolished in 1983 and Upper Nile Region was reconstituted by re-uniting Upper Nile and Jonglei Provinces.

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    • 5 May 2012 07:36, by Madina Tonj

      Kim Deng

      I need to help you the meaning of Pan-thou of Unity State.Pan-thou mean two things, Pan that is the Village and Thou meaning the Tree call Lalop in Arabuc.

      Well, I agree with South Sudan VP by saying Khartoum regime are driving by resources and not because of lands issue which is very truly. We Southern Sudanese people will never give any inch away to Khartoum gov even if they make bomb

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  • 5 May 2012 07:11, by viper

    Hijlij has to come back to its original place, unity state. The VP and our council of ministers have just done the right thing. That British expert knows what he is saying. We will take Hijlij through arbitration or through the barrel of our tanks. O God bless south sudan with its maps

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  • 5 May 2012 07:12, by SUPERMAN

    You can include whatever you want in your maps, but that will never change things on the ground. Instead of devoting all your efforts fighting your mother country, it’s better to give some things to the poor southerners who are still waiting for SPLA to help them.
    This is certainly one of the negative instructions of Roger winter, real president of SS.

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    • 5 May 2012 07:34, by Kurnyel

      Zulu and Ruch I know you two guys are diehard of South Sudan and my critics the same time here let me tell you, South Sudan will not be a peace full country atlases get rid of your leaders of SPLA because their minds are just set to war only. what a jok Abyei mean Father in Arabic so it is our land.

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      • 5 May 2012 07:40, by hellonearth

        You house nigger, just shut up

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      • 5 May 2012 07:55, by Madina Tonj

        Kurmey

        A Shame on you to say Abyei mean father in Arabic. If you guys continues behavior this way probale, we can tells you all Arabs living in Sudan to returin to Middle East period. There is no joke on human beings, your culture can not let you guys lived peaceful with none Arab because of such radicalization that belief in killing innocents people.

        Did Arabs bring any land to Africa?

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      • 5 May 2012 09:47, by Ruach

        KurNgoth.You are a bunch of Arabs injected with bloody money from the North.Listen to the fact here,Abyei is the name of semi desert tree in Dinka.Iam not a Dinka,but I know this tree physically.Even there are many villages called Abyei.Please you are settlers(emmigrants)from Saudi/Yemen.You just keep silent,don’t be too noisy like Sultan Bashir.Go and find your father in Saudi/Yemen.Abyei is a tr

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    • 5 May 2012 21:06, by Tiger

      Iam very glad that our government of South Sudan have duck up all the evidences concerning Panthou Heglig,they need to do that including all the other disputed areas across Unity State,Upper Nile and Northern Bahr elgazal areas.no ich should be allow to the North,it doesn’t matter whether it has resources or not.next ten years,we shall claim the whole Sudan and kick those fake arabs out completely

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      • 5 May 2012 21:14, by Tiger

        Panthou should had been included in our map since the birth of South Sudan,but nothing is too late because we are the same generation who had fought the war with the North,matter of fact this new coming young generation will claim the whole land of Sudan.we all know the history how arabs came to Sudan as traders,but after they were welcomed spiritually,they pretended to be the owners.shame!

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  • 5 May 2012 07:36, by 4Justice

    This map should have been presented long time ago. The lying Jihadist made their Map ages ago and have been spreading it to every corner of the globe. When dealing with divine liars, diplomatic savviness is required.

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    • 5 May 2012 08:15, by Dinkawarrior

      Panthou is our land and will remain as South Sudan land! We have been called Arab country for so many years but we remain as a pure African! No matter who want to benefit from those fake Arab! Shame is always come from those gays Arabs?

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  • 5 May 2012 07:56, by Northern Sudanese

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHA Heglig will never be part of south sudan HAHAHAHAHAHAH your new map is a joke hahahahahaha

    check what happened to the poor insects which entered heglig............. they were sprayed to death hahahahahahah

    first they said that they will never withdraw, when more bombs and bullets started to come towards them they started saying ’the international community made us retreat’ hahaha

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    • 5 May 2012 08:18, by 4Justice

      Wonderful Inspiration

      * Inspiratin began with ringing in his ears
      * Satan pees into the ears of those who fall asleep while praying
      * If you pray with your eyes lifted up toward heaven, they will be snatched out of your head
      * The sun goes down under the waters of a muddy pond. This is why darkness comes
      * He was terrified when he saw the eclipse

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    • 5 May 2012 08:35, by South South

      Northern Sudanese and Kernyel,

      You two are really fake black Arabs of Sudan. CPA talks about the border between South and North to be marked from the border of 1956, this put PanThou (Heglig) right to South Sudan, but because you are people of Allah, it is very hard for you to understand that. Arabs have civilzation of 5000 years, but today they still look like Penguin with laundry in their hea

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      • 5 May 2012 09:29, by Northern Sudanese

        South South

        call us what you like, it wont make Heglig part of insect and cockroach land south sudan............you are insects, you have been insects, you will always be insects........you may put heglig on your map, but in reality its not even under your control innorder to be part of insect land hahahahahahaa

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    • 5 May 2012 08:47, by Alier De Jok

      There is no way panthou ( Heglig ) is going to Sudan b’se historically it’s n’t part of Sudan. They Khartoum regime redrew the map in 1997 and include Heglig as part of southern kordofan because of oil discovery in 1970. So it need court of arbitration to look at it critically and come out with descent hiring without bias but only the truth.

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    • 6 May 2012 03:23, by Monydit K

      I really wonder why those fake Arab in Sudan call themselves Arab while they don’t, however, they need to know that religion doesn’t change your identity. Now we will take all oil field and Bogan non-Arab end up eating pig. Good news is SPLM-n will kick them out in Sudan.

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  • 5 May 2012 09:50, by Northern Sudanese

    i just love the way south sudanese insect commenting crap on the website of their enemy :)

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  • 5 May 2012 09:53, by Northern Sudanese

    i bet south sudanese insects cant afford a website where they can put their own crazy ideas and propaganda, thats why they keep commenting on a sudanese website..........one of their enemy websites :D

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    • 5 May 2012 10:12, by DeltaBravo

      TO NORTHERN

      THIS WEBSITE BELONG TO BOTH SUDAN, IT WAS ESTABLISHED BEFORE SOUTH SUDAN GET INDEPENDENT. THE MAJORITY OF MEDIA WHO POST THE NEWS ARE SOUTHERNER. YOU NEED TO SHUT THE FUCK UP BITCH YOU RUN OUT OF IDEAS THAT IS WHY YOU CAME UP WITH BS.

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      • 5 May 2012 14:10, by Northern Sudanese

        DeltaBravo

        the majority are southerners who comment crap here innorder to raise their poor heads.........but that they are the majority, doesn’t mean we have to leave........

        yea, but it was established by north sudan and now south sudanese are not part of us anymore.........this website is for sudanese citizens not south sudanese citizens.......

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        • 5 May 2012 19:22, by South South

          Northern Sudanese,

          You are very low and very slow learner. This shows us you are Sudanese black Arab. You do not even know what you are talking about. I tell you what: You kiss your Allah’s ass.

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        • 5 May 2012 20:51, by zulu

          Northern sudanese,
          You mosquitos do not know nor speak english what is why this sudan tribune stands for both, and mainly for us south sudanese who speak english.. while you were learning arabic, we refused and learnt english. on the other hand, you dont find many ss in arabic media. u see?

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      • 5 May 2012 14:15, by Northern Sudanese

        DeltaBravo

        i have lots of ideas, i am a human and not an insect........i dont shut up on a website established by my country..........if you south sudanese dont like sudan then dont comment on a north sudanese website.........

        go establish your own South Sudan Tribune and type all the crap that you would like to type........

        why commenting on your enemies website anyway???????

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        • 5 May 2012 14:47, by Ke kon cowkun

          Using Homosaxual d

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        • 5 May 2012 16:13, by Agutran

          N.S, you don’t own the name Sudan alone, we both owned the name Sudan. You’re north Sudanese and we’re South Sudanese, the notion that somehow you’re the only one that owned the name Sudan is ludicrous!

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          • 5 May 2012 17:05, by Northern Sudanese

            Agutran

            there is no country called north sudan............ north sudan is just a nickname for sudan.........

            Sudan tribune is for Sudanese people

            you south sudanese are no longer sudanese people, you are south sudanese people who should stop commenting crap on a sudanese website and start building your own website called South Sudan Tribune..........

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    • 5 May 2012 16:33, by Ruach

      No liars are like Arabs

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  • 5 May 2012 11:07, by Daniel Buolmawei

    However British historian Douglas H. Johnson, who has worked extensively on border issues, including the Abyei Border Commission (ABC), established by the CPA, said in a short note on published on 4 May that declaring Heglig/Panthou as part of Sudan is “premature at best and prejudicial to a final resolution at worst.” He also recommended that the issues be resolved through arbitration.

    Perfect!

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    • 5 May 2012 11:14, by Daniel Buolmawei

      Well said Professor Douglas. Thought they would get away with our Panthou, but they didn’t know we southerners are very smart at best. Whatever way we will get it back. By bullet or by negotiations. These fake Arabs will not take any piece of our land while we are alive. If we are insects as we were described by the monster, then we are/will be bees/scorpions

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  • 5 May 2012 12:33, by BM-21

    My advices goes to Mr.Jalaby ,Kurnyel and Northern Sudan@ please guyz let Us demarcated the border first to know where Panthou(Heglige) will fall in the map of 1956 leaf alone Helige Karsana. But when it come to the action you will all keep quiet non of you could not be in front line,wait a bite the regime of your uncle Bashiir will be destruct down very soon .

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    • 5 May 2012 13:34, by North Sudan

      What do you mean when it comes to action? In action we taught you a hard lesson..we have driven you out of Heglig..

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  • 5 May 2012 12:57, by North Sudan

    S.Sudan government is free to include whtever it likes in their offcial map..they may include Khartoum as well :-) if that helps them not to loose face infront of their people..but the moment they come again near Heglig we will teach them the lesson again..not for free they need to pay 1200 dead bodies.

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  • 5 May 2012 13:14, by Beneben Bai

    sorry sorry S. Sudanese brothers, I was travelling since yesterday and that is why I did not appear earlier. how come all yaal sharamiith collected themseleves and start insulting our nation people including our leaders. the new map is the just one and will prevail whether they like it or not. it will either be thru international legal means or ....... thugs in khartoum know well since 1955 up now

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  • 5 May 2012 13:32, by Pif Paf

    loooooooool ... A new official map?? Funny insects u lot. Y dont u include Australia on ur new map? Its a good idea so that next time SPLA insects dont have to apply for visa to visit thier families and maybe also uganda. WAIT .. I think u should include uganda first because if Yoweri Museveni thinks about adding Ssudan to his new official map first then ur screwed .. Hurry !!

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    • 5 May 2012 14:13, by Beneben Bai

      Puub Piiit pet pet pet or what ever your name is, we are not stupid like you to include the land that is not ours as you do. don’t go up, down and everywhere claiming that we are taking what is not ours, we are a responsible nation using availble means to regain our stollen or occupied lands. international community members are not stupid like U, they will sunderstand what is what in this conflict

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    • 5 May 2012 14:30, by Ke kon cowkun

      son of bitch,why your coward amry ran with insects,shame on you for calling South Sudan an insect while runing with insects

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  • 5 May 2012 13:45, by Beneben Bai

    jalaby is jana sharmootha, kurnyel is jana sharmootha, darkangel is jana sharmootha, mig-29 is jana sharmootha, superman is jana sharmootha norhern sudanese is also jana sharmootha. all of them are yaal sharamiith. if this is not true then how come they keep insulting our nation and leaders by calling us insects, the term created by their luuthy (gay) presindent who has 2 wives but no children!!

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  • 5 May 2012 13:54, by Beneben Bai

    the ruling political party in S. Sudan is SPLM, not SPLA as fools in khartoum keep attributing all political decisions taken from south to SPLA. they quickly pronounce SPLA in everything becuause that is how they keep remembering the hard lessons given to them by SPLA. this is why it is always said "unforgetable lesson) for them, such lessons are always from SPLA. ha ha ha haaaa

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  • 5 May 2012 14:05, by Beneben Bai

    khartoum regieme and your stupid and useless supporters, why ’re U fooling yourself & insulting international community by seeking security arrangements with insects as you claimed??? ha ha ha haaaa. you have exposed your Lwaitha to the whole world when using your nasty insults against S. Sudanese. look now our presidnet is a responible nation leader who didn’t respond with the same words as yours

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  • 5 May 2012 14:15, by wadelsudan

    No businees with south
    No negotiation with south
    No Oil through north
    No grains, salt or goods to the south
    No visa to SPLA officials
    South should drink their oil
    No trust ,continue crying and dreaming and prostituting ,we divorce you forever and ever goodbye.

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    • 5 May 2012 14:29, by Beneben Bai

      Wedelsudan, what prositution do you mean here? is it the one your mother was and still leading in Sudan or which one? did you forget that you are call "wedelsudan" which means that your mother was a good food for all sudanese men that is why you are son of sudan without specific father but all sudan because of that background. pls don’t insult otherwise, it will go back to you very hot.

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      • 5 May 2012 14:40, by wadelsudan

        Bai, you know what prostitution is because you live in a prostitution house, kiir is prostituting in china to get aid, bagan amom is prostituting in england to go back to negotiation, deng is prostituting with IGAD to get help, continue prostituting around you will only get HIV/AIDS, i dont mention mothers because this not my charcter,no oil through our land period

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        • 5 May 2012 15:06, by Beneben Bai

          OK, may be this is a new terminology in political science. I will check in references and then come back to you. for our leaders being in those countries, which one of them your leaders never visited? pls tell us. if that is the prositution you mean. how long have U been a country which means U ’ve been doing that kind of prositution around the world for quite long time . we R new in this

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        • 5 May 2012 15:28, by Mi diit

          It is almost time....

          When it comes to war, South Sudan will liberate all its stolen rich territories....and Khartoum itself will be in danger....I see coup looming with disaster in Khartoum...South Sudan will finally emerge victorious militarily and legally...This is a real dream my people...These criminal Sudanese (north) will soon blame themselves and bear the embarrassment of defeat...

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  • 5 May 2012 14:54, by wadelsudan

    Go and read the history the Arabs are the bravest people in the history ,they occupied europe and india for 1000 years,the fake arab you call in sudan are first people to defeat the great british empire and kick them out of Africa and u think dinka will kick them out of sudan, u r joking.

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    • 5 May 2012 15:19, by Koang

      WADELsudan.
      Arabs are selffish,unjust and greed human beings ever created.
      They have no respect for human-Rights, they never understand the meaning of peace. They never solved issues ambicably!!
      Shame on UUU!!!!!!!!!!!!

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      • 5 May 2012 15:42, by wadelsudan

        Who comitted all the atrocities in this world, slavery for 400 years,using nuclear weapon and occupying countries and steeling their resources, is it arabs come on man, think before u talk, africa has no borders before who demarcated it and why.

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        • 5 May 2012 16:13, by Koang

          Wadelsudan.

          Obviously, Slavery was mostly carried out by arabs traders who wanted to get rich as soon as Greediness is concern.
          Africa has no Borders? but if so, Tribes do!!

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          • 5 May 2012 19:39, by wadelsudan

            you are professional lier, where was the trans atalntic slavery took place, there was nothing called sudan itself before the colonizers defined and named you there was no names like john or george in africa, which school did you go to.

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    • 5 May 2012 23:24, by Beneben Bai

      Wadelsudan, you proved to be jana sharmootha because you are trying to tell me your confused ideas of your arabs who were properly fucked out from Andlus by Europeans as they later on fucked you up in Sudan for more than 60 years. you need not to tell me about your dirty history when you burry girls born children in Jazira el Arabiya. Jana Sharmootha if not then why don’t tell us your father name?

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      • 6 May 2012 02:44, by wadelsudan

        Bai is not my charcter to use this stupid language we all know which women prostitute in KRT and Juba, but this is not the issue here,sudanese people will teach kirr alesson we will starve him,Arabs dont need recognition from an idiot like you,they spread islam to more than 1 billion people and they have 65% of the oil in the world,what do u have diseases,hunger,corruption,tribalism and ignorance?

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  • 5 May 2012 15:11, by Koang

    By all(Peace/war)means, we Will never give this land to

    parasites (leech)North government!!!

    LOve and Peace in South Sudan.

    HOME of BRAVES

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  • 5 May 2012 16:48, by Zionist

    Panthou is now within Zion, the Hague is next.

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  • 5 May 2012 18:08, by Emporio

    sudan wnant to delay the time so they can suck oil as much as they can out of south territory(panthou)befor it get back to south sudan but south will take it soon because we put the issue of border first

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  • 5 May 2012 20:57, by Tambura

    Can anybody tell me is this website belong to northern? If it so let us get out from here.... We should create something for us southren.... Why we have to those jack ass everywhere they... If that shit is belong to them I am out.....

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  • 5 May 2012 21:19, by North Sudan

    I wonder why some Southerners here are using dirty langauge and calling notherners in this website names..then the answer came..it is the langauge of the defeated

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    • 5 May 2012 22:36, by Tiger

      North Sudan!
      Southerners are respectful to everyone in this website,but you people are calling us Insects,do you think it’s good to call someone with such name?you’re the one who have been defeated in Heglig Panthou and started wailing with loud cry and start calling us insect.why then did you ran out of Heglig from the insects???

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  • 5 May 2012 21:23, by panom lualbil

    To those cowads in abroads who encourage war when they won’t be there, and when war isnot a resolution to confiscated all contested areas [HEGLIG] are to be remind that this forum isnt for Game. And it’s better not to post ur notes here when it’s useless. Capturing of heglig was ok but for REVENGE and to alert international cmmty for quik resolution.

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    • 6 May 2012 01:02, by Tiger

      Panom Lualbil!
      you’re confusing commentators here my friend,the article was not about the capture of Heglig or who has fought the war or who hasn’t,you yourself did not went and fight the war"stop judging those who are in abraod.

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  • 5 May 2012 21:51, by SoSuFreedom

    Great job!SPLA I hate to see single Bashiit’s supporter live!Long live Great Nation of South Sudan,long live Great Nation of Israel!

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  • 5 May 2012 22:22, by Northern Sudanese

    Our beautiful celebrations on the streets of sudan after Heglig got cleansed from insects and cockroaches

    these are the sprayed insects http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wpRuGo6atq4&feature=related

    here is heglig very clean http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2mxQTcSpk8k

    Our great celebrations http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rHV_rMHfaB4

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    • 5 May 2012 23:33, by Beneben Bai

      nothern sudanese, will you not accept from now on that you are son of prostitute (Jana Sharmootha)?. how comes you keep all these dirty games while you avoid to stick to political issues? what you have is the spirit of your mother who is a prositute (Sharmootha) and your president is a gay (Luuthy) because he has 2 wives without children up to now!!

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      • 6 May 2012 05:05, by wadelsudan

        I chalenge you to produce any marriage certificate in the south,do you have court system.is the cheif of your tribe legaly married to all the concubines he sleep with.

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        • 6 May 2012 06:40, by Bul Garang Bul

          Thanks for letting the world know about our map... These Khartoum criminals will cry soon once Heglig returns to its orginal country.. They will never win any contested area either by legal means or war.

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      • 6 May 2012 10:48, by Northern Sudanese

        Beneben Bai

        oh oh insect alarm need to get some anti insect spray............

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  • 6 May 2012 07:59, by Nasreldin

    Really u r drunkers people!!!
    Drink ur fucken map ... enjoy da hell.

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  • 7 May 2012 05:48, by Mi diit

    Now that our map is officially known internationally with strong historical evidences, Khartoum’s "mosquitoes" or "desert lizards" should be told to leave either legally or by bullet. Last time they ran from Panthou/Heglig like the true cowards. Soon they will begin to retreat from all directios and leave our territories to us.

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