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Sudan and South Sudan contest 60% of borderline – Machar

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May 11, 2012 (JUBA) – The Vice President of South Sudan, Riek Machar said Friday that only 40% of the international border between Sudan and newly-independent South Sudan has been agreed in principle, dismissing Khartoum’s claim that 80% has been agreed.

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VP Riek Machar looks at a map of South Sudan at a recent meeting of the cabinet in Juba (ST)

Even the 40% of the oil-rich border, which had been agreed had not been demarcated on the ground, Machar said. The two nations clashed heavily in the disputed area of Heglig/Panthou in March and April, which is in South Kordofan State, according to Khartoum and in Unity State, according to Juba.

A peace agreement in 2005 between Khartoum and former rebels the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement (SPLM) did not resolve many of the disputes that triggered or perpetuated the two-decade conflict. Instead it created mechanisms, such as joint committees on borders and contested areas, to find solutions to contentious issues.

However, after six years of sharing wealth and power South Sudan seceded in July 2011 with many of the issues still up in the air, such as the location of the new 1,800km international border and how much landlocked South Sudan would pay Sudan to exports its oil through Northern infrastructure.

The impasse over the border and oil — South Sudan took with its 75% of production when it seceded — have culminated in border clashes over the past two months that have threatened to drag the Sudans back to war. Two million people died in the last conflict, which affected the whole region.

South Sudan has accused Sudan of illegally annexing the Heglig area — known as Panthou in Dinka dialect — in the 1970s after oil was discovered. Khartoum denies this. Sudan also refutes the UN’s reports that Sudan has bombed South Sudan on numerous occasion; over 80 times according to some South Sudan officials. Juba, in turn, denies supporting Sudanese rebels north of the border.

Addressing a conference in Torit, capital of Eastern Equatoria on Thursday during the launch of a development and investment plan for the state, South Sudan’s Vice President, Riek Machar, called on youth to prepare for all eventualities over the border conflict with Sudan.

Machar chairs South Sudan’s national mobilisation committee, which has been recruiting young men into the country’s armed forces in case the relatively localised fighting spreads along the tense and highly militarised border.

Sudan has also put its border areas on a war footing, declaring a state of emergency on all states bordering South Sudan and launching nationwide recruitment campaigns for its army and paramilitaries.

Machar said that even before Southern secession, during the six year interim period of the 2005 Comprehensive Peace Agreement, Khartoum had been forcefully encroaching into the territories of South Sudan.

The semi-autonomous government in South Sudan had not forcefully responded during interim period, Machar said, because it did not want to jeapordise the region’s January 2011 self determination referendum.

He asserted that South Sudan was under attack by the Sudan Armed Forces, which were trying to annex South Sudanese territories.

Machar reiterated his government’s quest for a peaceful solution to the demarcation of the borders, but added that the new country has the right to self-defense and can respond in kind should Sudan continue it’s aggression.

He called on Eastern Equatoria State to mobilise both human and material resources for the front line, emphasing the importance of morale in supporting the national army.

The world’s youngest state adopted its new map on 4 May incorporating all five disputed the areas that are disputed with Sudan, as well as Heglig/Panthou.

On Friday the cabinet adopted the new official map, which replaced the Arabic names given by the Khartoum government with “indigenous” names, according to South Sudan’s official spokesman, Barnaba Marial Benjamin.

Khartoum has a rival map which claims the same territories. Sudan claims that Juba is illegally occupying the areas.

Officials of the newly independent country say they have documents which prove the ownership of the areas, confident that they would win the case in an international tribunal. Khartoum, has rejected turning the matter over to a tribunal.

Sudan’s ambassador to the United Kingdom has said Khartoum would be willing to go for arbitration if certain security measures are met, however, it is unclear that this represents an official change of policy.

South Sudan has accused Khartoum of defying resolution 2046 of the United Nations Security Council, which seeks peaceful resolution of the border conflict, by carrying out fresh aerial bombardments covering the three states of Upper Nile, Unity and Western Bahr el Ghazal.

Khartoum has said that it will not return to talks until Juba admits that it supports Sudanese rebels the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement - Northern Sector. Ceasing backing of rebels in the other’s territory was another demand of the UNSC resolution.

(ST)

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  • 12 May 2012 06:52, by Mahmoud mohamed Abdalla

    Dr Riek Machar
    Why you fought Dr Garang?
    Why you fought Dr Garang?
    Why you fought Dr Garang?
    The same reasons makes Sudan to fight and protect the 1000% Sudanese town of Heglig.

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    • 12 May 2012 16:42, by whatsayyou

      You Arab Muhamed, shutup pls you are not in a position to asked vp Machar with a sily question. Have you not ever fought with your own brother? pls this does does not have any connection with current fighting of Sudan& S.sudan.

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    • 12 May 2012 16:53, by whatsayyou

      You arab Muhamed shutup you are not in a possition to ask VP Machar with that silly question. it is simply like fighting between brothers incase of disagreement but not like invading territories of a different nation please no connection at all with on going conflict between s.sudan &sudan.I know arabs do not believe the truth if they are alive.

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  • 12 May 2012 06:54, by Mahmoud mohamed Abdalla

    Dr Riek Machar pls think of:

    Massacre of 700 Nuer civilians in August by Murle tribesmen who were armed by Gov. Kuol Manayng Juke, genocide committed against Lou Nuer civilians of Uror County of Jonglei State on August, 19, 2011.

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    • 12 May 2012 11:03, by morogot batal

      mohamud mohamed abdalla

      DR.riak machar maybe did what you say correct but isit your concern? any human being in this world can do mistake and some times can be force to do mistake but what is going on now is a holy war to riak machar and a duty to any southerners to do so.you have to know that it was him riak who destroyed omer beshir from mayom to the presidecy in khartoum

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    • 12 May 2012 17:41, by Zionist

      Mahmoud

      Bad things have been done in South Sudan by our own brothers, but we also have the power to reconcile and move on. Now I know why you’re digging deep into our past: inciting hatred among our people, to weaken our stand in fighting our common enemy the government of Sudan. You said you’re not a pro-government, however, all your postings say the opposite.

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      • 12 May 2012 19:29, by Mahmoud mohamed Abdalla

        Zionist
        "In October 2006 Mr. Palme submitted a complaint claiming that Mr. Moreno Ocampo had sexually abused a female journalist in South Africa."
        The ICC must first send Mr. Moreno Ocampo. And secondly the SPLA/M and the Government of Uganda,............then Sudan.

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        • 12 May 2012 22:53, by Zionist

          Mahmoud

          Mr. Moreno Ocampo has never been charged with what you just mentioned, or with any crime, and neither SPLA/M, or Uganda been charged with any crime, and you know that this is not the case with the Sudanese president Omar Al bashiir, he’s a wanted man. He should turn himself in, then proves his innocence, which I doubt.

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  • 12 May 2012 06:56, by Mahmoud mohamed Abdalla

    Dr Riek Machar
    On that date, SPLA gunmen, conceits to be Murlee attacked seven densely populated villages of Uror County and massacred 700 people. Among the dead bodies counted were mostly women, children and elderly. The attackers were estimated to be a force of 5, 000 SPLA gunmen in uniform. Two of the attackers captured alive were from Dinka tribe and they confessed that they were an SPLA

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    • 12 May 2012 17:51, by Zionist

      Mahmoud

      This is another example of you inciting hatred between Dinka and Nuer which will eventually fail like all of your past attempts. Just to remind you that South Sudan is a sovereign state now, so stop fishing in our murky waters.

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      • 12 May 2012 19:33, by Mahmoud mohamed Abdalla

        Zionist
        Pls don’t deny what were publicly issued by your white masters and supported by the Southern Sudanese victims.

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        • 12 May 2012 22:59, by Zionist

          Mahmoud

          Go back to all your posts, read them allover again, then listen to yourself, and you’ll find that you’re incitng hatred, and sound like one of those NCP, though you keep denying it.

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    • 12 May 2012 18:02, by Tiger

      Mahmoud Mohamed Abdalla.
      you got nothing to accuse Dr.Riek Machar,if i ask you this question,how many innocent Darfur civilians did criminal Bashir massacred in western Sudan,next to it is ethnic cleansing within Sudan,Nuba Mountian,Blue Nile are still being bomb by the Sudanese government,what do you think as criticizer,which one is better than the other?

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      • 12 May 2012 19:42, by Mahmoud mohamed Abdalla

        Tiger
        THEN ask Dr.Riek Machar why he chated the brave Dinka revolutionist Mr. Kerbino to fight Dr Garang the open minded Sudanese not southern Sudanese.

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  • 12 May 2012 06:58, by Mahmoud mohamed Abdalla

    SPLA has done on the job training on how to commit genocides, Massacres, tortures and ethnic cleansing in South Sudan.

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    • 12 May 2012 14:11, by Beneben Bai

      mahmoud,I thuoght you was just a pure muslim trying to protect your people and your religion, we don’t have a problem with Islam as a religion but with actions of muslims. your picture has become clear today. you just trying tocreat problems among us (Fitna) which you will gain nothing from it. others tried before you but they failled. now be sure that I will respond to your comments from today on

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      • 12 May 2012 19:54, by Mahmoud mohamed Abdalla

        Beneben Bai
        PLS PLS understand me. I strongly believe in the unity among my southern brothers and in Sudan among northern Sudanese. then the unity between SOUTH SUDAN & SUDAN.
        But some fanatic southern are in RSS, USA, CANADA and Europe are the strating motor for hatred.
        Iam strong believer in ISLAM and I hate(Fitna. The holy Quran is compeling me to help my southern Sudanese brothers.

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    • 12 May 2012 18:23, by Tiger

      plz Mohamoud Mohamed Abdalla.
      stop preaching your nonsenses,SPLA has never committed genocidal nor do they have any heartless thought like the Sudanese forces who have never reported their captures during the fight,but SPLA are always commited to respect all the international laws.3700 Sudanese pow were returned to their families safely during the CPA,that’s we’re known as winners.we fear God only

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      • 12 May 2012 19:21, by Mahmoud mohamed Abdalla

        Tiger
        In May 2011, the SPLA allegedly set fire to over 7,000 homes in Unity State. The UN reports many of these violations and the frustrated director of one Juba-based international aid agency calls them "human rights abuses off the Richter scale".

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    • 12 May 2012 18:44, by Tiger

      If I become South Sudanes President today,should i be sparing any arabs living now in Sudan?NO only Vultures should tell you how full they’re after they have eat up the arabs dead bodies on the ground,i have balls to carry the massacre to all those motherfuckers and fuck their dead bodies with condom,so sick of them.a world without fake ass arabs can be a peaceful environment.

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      • 12 May 2012 20:10, by Mahmoud mohamed Abdalla

        Tiger
        "i have balls to carry the massacre to all those motherfuckers and fuck their dead bodies with condom,so sick of them.a world without fake ass arabs can be a peaceful environment."
        yes that is the language of SPLA/M FUNKY LEADERS.
        This the prove for ICC that SPLA has committed many genocides, abductions and tortures in RSS and SUDAN.

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  • 12 May 2012 06:59, by Mahmoud mohamed Abdalla

    Today SPLA with their evil plans for practicing their Satanic on job training in the SUDAN. Yesterday SPLA was in Heglig, today is in Kurdofan, tomorrow is for “divide & conquer” for Darfur and after tomorrow will be Khartoum

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    • 12 May 2012 18:31, by Tiger

      Mohamoud Mohamed Abdalla.
      the next 10 years,SPLA should be all over Sudan,we will exercise our Sovergnity to tell those fake Sudanese immigrants who had come and occupied our land and calling it their inheritant land.so yes you’re definitely right about that SPLA are everywhere.eat and sing your Allahu Akbar,but only time will tell when we approach you.

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      • 12 May 2012 20:01, by Mahmoud mohamed Abdalla

        Tiger
        Forget your mad dream about Khartoum. TRY fisrt the "FAKE ARABS" of DARFUR and north-east CHAD. But need to lick the feet of IDRI DEBI to help in fighting us.

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  • 12 May 2012 07:08, by Mahmoud mohamed Abdalla

    Main article: Human rights in South Sudan
    Campaigns of atrocities against civilians has been attributed to the SPLA. In the SPLA/M’s attempt to disarm rebellions among the Shilluk and Murle, they burned scores of villages, raped hundreds of women and girls and killed an untold number of civilians.

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  • 12 May 2012 07:10, by Thiang Geka

    Dr Saviour!! You need to handle the file of the outstanding issues at this time, for without you Jalaba would have not been shaped. So our hope is in you to complete as you did during the six years.

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  • 12 May 2012 07:13, by Mahmoud mohamed Abdalla

    Main article: Human rights in South Sudan
    Campaigns of atrocities against civilians has been attributed to the SPLA. In the SPLA/M’s attempt to disarm rebellions among the Shilluk and Murle, they burned scores of villages, raped hundreds of women and girls and killed an untold number of civilians.

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  • 12 May 2012 07:14, by Mahmoud mohamed Abdalla

    Civilians alleging torture claim fingernails being torn out, burning plastic bags dripped on children to make their parents hand over weapons and villagers burned alive in their huts if rebels were suspected of spending the night there.

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    • 12 May 2012 07:43, by DeltaBravo

      LOOK at this fake Arab Muslim who killed 28 officers during Aramandan. If you are Muslim? answer my question ya SATAN.

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      • 12 May 2012 08:00, by Mahmoud mohamed Abdalla

        DeltaBravo
        I am not pro-government of Sudan. I am not pro-government of Sudan.
        But you need to ask your SPLA is specilized in killing innocents from Darfur, KORDOFAN, BLUE NILE.. and away like rabbits from Sudanese armed forces.
        Does the holy bible that in the hands of SPLA has approved for them to commit all genocides and tortures????????????

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        • 12 May 2012 08:33, by DeltaBravo

          Mahmoud

          Stop lying. SPLA is very respectful to all Sudanese since day one. Can you imagine we captured SAF Soldiers and we released them within 5days without any harm to them, meanwhile they were caught in front line fighting us. Did you guys release SPLA Soldiers who were captured by SAF? It show you guys don’t respect human right. You can tell that we Southerners got no problem with Sudanese.

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          • 12 May 2012 09:20, by Mahmoud mohamed Abdalla

            DeltaBravo
            Those whom you released were detainees and not POWs. The wild and inhumane SPLA captured them inside Sudan.
            Sorry that the concerned of GOS are not aware about ICJ, UN, IC...RULES.
            I wonder why the GOS is quiet and not sending those detainees to UN and IC so they must be compensated in copmliance based on UN international declartion of human rights.

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            • 12 May 2012 09:38, by DeltaBravo

              To MAHMOUD

              I THINK YOUR GOVERNMENT SHOULD RELEASE THEM. WHY THEY HOLD THEM MEANWHILE WE RELEASED SAF SOLDIERS? IT DOESN’T MAKE SENSES AT ALL. I THINK UN,AU,ICC ARE JUST BENCH OF BUSINESS GROUPS WHO BELIEVE IN MONEY THAT GOES TO THEIR POCKETS. YOU PEOPLE WANT TO TEACHES US HOW TO HATE SUDANESE CITIZENS. IF WE DO IT IS GOING TO GET WORST AND YOU KNOW US VERY WELL WHEN IT COME TO WAR, WE DON’T FEAR.

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              • 12 May 2012 09:44, by Mahmoud mohamed Abdalla

                DeltaBravo
                What about the Abduction of innocent and patriot Sudanese citizens committed by the wild inhumane SPLA racists?

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                • 12 May 2012 10:12, by DeltaBravo

                  MAHMOUD

                  WE DON’T ABDUCT THE SOLDIERS. WE CAPTURED THEM,BUT WE DON’T KILL THEM,BECAUSE A WARRIOR DON’T KILL AN ARM WARIOR THAT IS HOW WE BELIEVE. I DON’T KNOW ABOUT YOU GUYS.

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                  • 12 May 2012 10:32, by Mahmoud mohamed Abdalla

                    DeltaBravo
                    I do respect you since you are objective.
                    PLs listen to me. UN considered Hegleig part of Sudan. Then based on UN rules those captured by your SPLA in Sudan; are detainess not POWs. I agree with you that POWs from RSS must be freed but that is the decision of GOS.I know that warriors from Dinka, Messeria and Rezaigat in very old agreement to release their POWs.

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              • 12 May 2012 09:53, by Mahmoud mohamed Abdalla

                DeltaBravo
                Iam not pro-GOS.Iam not pro-GOS.
                I raise my voice higher and higher /louder & louder that those POWs from RSS are innocents and were forced by the SATANS of SPLA/M.
                GOS must do every thing to let them go back to their families. Peoples of the RSS are the most closet brothers to us in SUDAN. BUT SPLA/M is !?!?!?!?!?!?

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        • 12 May 2012 17:03, by whatsayyou

          Mamuod you are lost are meanig SAF or SPLA in your comment of killing Civillian in Darfur, Blue nile and Kordafan?Who committed genocide in Darfur? why President Bashir wanted by ICC? Is there any body in south sudan wanted by ICC? please you seperate senses from nonsenses.

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  • 12 May 2012 07:43, by George Bol

    Khartoum/Arab North act like lizard whose tail has been cut off.SPLA is just waiting the last word from Salva Kiir Mayardit to march quickly to Panthou, Abyei, Kurmuk, Damazin, and beyond to Khartoum.

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

      George Bol
      Forget about Khartoum/Arab North and try "FAKE ARABS" from Darfur and north-east Tchad.

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  • 12 May 2012 08:02, by Mahmoud mohamed Abdalla

    In May 2011, the SPLA allegedly set fire to over 7,000 homes in Unity State. The UN reports many of these violations and the frustrated director of one Juba-based international aid agency calls them "human rights abuses off the Richter scale".

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  • 12 May 2012 08:04, by Mahmoud mohamed Abdalla

    It is the blind tribalism in the sick minds of SPLA/M leaders

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  • 12 May 2012 08:05, by Mahmoud mohamed Abdalla

    The Nuer White Army has stated it wished to "wipe out the entire Murle tribe on the face of the earth as the only solution to guarantee long-term security of Nuer’s cattle" and activists, including Minority Rights Group International, warn of genocide in the current Jonglei conflict

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  • 12 May 2012 08:06, by Mahmoud mohamed Abdalla

    Hague court ruling
    A ruling by the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague in 2009 appears to put Heglig in the Sudan state of Southern Kordofan, which the South now disputes.

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    • 12 May 2012 08:33, by Dinka land

      @Mahmoud. I don’t support a peaceful dialogue with you Arabs. You don’t give a right to people when you are not militarized.what you accept is to be vanguished, this is where by you will give right to the people. The issues of the border Abyei, Panthou, and Kosti does not need any agreement. We are going to demaracate these borders by bullets. No fear.

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      • 12 May 2012 08:56, by Darkangel

        Machar and the other SPLM insects are looking for more trouble because of their failed state. 80% of the border is agreed upon and this is going back to 2007. Read any report - especially the ones by the SPLM they always say this and blame the NCP for not demarcating the remaining 20%

        Machar is a snake, a thief and a lier. He is just as drunk as his illiterate president.

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        • 12 May 2012 08:59, by Darkangel

          SPLM: North-South border demarcation commences Sunday

          February 15, 2011 (JUBA) - https://www.sudantribune.com/SPLM-North-South-border,38002

          North-South border demarcation to start Sunday With 20% of the border still contested, demarcation set to start.

          http://www.splmtoday.com/index.php/news-mainmenu-2/587-north-south-border-demarcation-to-start-sunday

          This is the SPLM website - IDIOTS

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          • 12 May 2012 09:28, by peaceful south

            Hi Uncle DARKANGEL,

            For goodness sake, would you mind to stop bringing outdated links on this forum? don’t feel offended..ok!

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        • 12 May 2012 09:15, by Darkangel
          • 12 May 2012 09:36, by Mahmoud mohamed Abdalla

            Darkangel
            All street boys in USA can fabricate such maps for less than 5 US dollars. I hope you didn’t pay more.

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            • 12 May 2012 09:46, by Darkangel

              I dont think you saw the link bro. Its from South Sudan website, this is their interpretation of the border. As you can see the agreed upon 1956 border does not include Abyei or Heglig in the South.

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              • 12 May 2012 10:03, by Mahmoud mohamed Abdalla

                Darkangel
                Do you want me to lick the feet of white colonizationists? Before 1956 THE first fighters for independence were our Sudanese brothers who are originally from South Sudan.
                Pls stop your propaganda and stick to what said by UN and IC.

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              • 12 May 2012 15:07, by Rommel

                The borders of 1956 do not have Abyei as part of the South precisely because Abyei was transferred from Bahr el Ghazal to Kordofan in 1905 by the condominium government. As for the location of "Heglig" vis-à-vis its position on the 1956 border, the ruling of the PCA is without provenance on this matter, on the account that it was not mandated with determining the location of the 1956 border.

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                • 12 May 2012 15:20, by Rommel

                  If you wish to contend that the limited mandate of the PCA on Abyei did indeed demarcate the general North-South border...that would necessarily have you concede that the PCA ruled that Abyei belongs to South Sudan. You seem to be operating under the notion that areas left outside the Abyei belong to Khartoum. What then of the areas included in the Abyei area? Do they then belong to Juba?

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                  • 12 May 2012 15:57, by Rommel

                    The PCA determined the extent of the Abyei area, and only the Abyei area. The map that you retrieved from southsudaninfo has only provided the names of state capitals, but not the names of any of the contested areas or their positions in relation to the 1956 border.

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          • 12 May 2012 09:42, by Darkangel

            Just in case you didnt get it the first time. The Hague ruled on Abyie and the bottom line represents the 1956 border that South Sudan / SPLM agreed upon

            http://www.pca-cpa.org/upload/files/TribunalAwardMap_Arabic_Final.pdf

            Look closely Machar, maybe you’r drunk now. But you were there and signed the damn thing.

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          • 12 May 2012 14:31, by Rommel

            Darkanagel:

            You do realise that the above map has the Kafia Kingi enclave and Hofat en Nahas veritably within the borders of the South!? Two areas that you continue to occupy, despite all your hypocritcal and self-righteous reproval speeches on the borders of 1956.

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            • 12 May 2012 14:51, by Rommel

              You people seem to only evoke indeterminate or approximate maps ostensibly pertaining to the 1956 border (s) when its expedient and display complete and obdurate disregard when it simply doesn’t suite you. You appeal to the 1956 border as if it has been respected by your government, when it clearly has not to anyone with any morsel of discernment.

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      • 12 May 2012 09:26, by Mahmoud mohamed Abdalla

        Dinka land
        "I don’t support a peaceful dialogue with you Arabs."
        That is up to you!!!???? even SATAN didn’t listen to ALLAH based on holy Torah, holy Bible and holy Quran.

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        • 12 May 2012 09:44, by Kurnyel

          I think the so call god of Israelis have lost control over South Sudan. It is time now to ask truly and universal almighty Allah to intervene in south Sudan so that their leaders will be a peace makers like us. Look at this kind of joke, how did in the first place did this ugly head man call kiir snaked in to the leadership.

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          • 12 May 2012 09:53, by Darkangel

            Its the same guy just wearing clothes !

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          • 12 May 2012 10:26, by DeltaBravo

            TO KURNYEL

            HOW DID THIS UGLY DONKEY MOUTH OMAAR BASHIR SNEAK INTO LEADERSHIP. HE EVEN KILLED 28 OFFICERS DURING ARAMANDAN, WHAT KIND OF MUSLIM IS HE? AHAHAHAHAHAHAH DONKEY MOUTH BASHIR HE SHOULD CRY LIKE DONKEY.

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            • 12 May 2012 10:41, by Mahmoud mohamed Abdalla

              DeltaBravo & KURNYEL
              PLS..PLS..PLS don’t say any thing about how ALLAH made the features of his creatures.
              Pls concentrate on the actions of human beiings.
              We are all created by ALLAH. ALLAH is the decision maker in every tiny point.

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  • 12 May 2012 10:28, by E. Defense Forces

    Recognize a map of the south Sudan and Khartoum rejects it includes areas such as the disputed Abyei
    http://www.southsudanhub.com/media/775/Recognize_a_map_of_the_south_Sudan_and_Khartoum_rejects_it_includes_areas_such_as_the_disputed_Abyei/

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    • 12 May 2012 13:48, by Mahmoud mohamed Abdalla

      E. Defense Forces
      All SATANS & GINS are remapping our world to make all human beings to be included in HEEL. So the arrogants and ignorants members of the Bloody SPLA/M are the ambassadors for for SATANS in this earth.

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  • 12 May 2012 11:10, by viper

    Our country is in need of HARDLINERS to take the lead. Those like Edward Lino, Farouk Garkuoth, plus Pagan Amum. Those hardliners can handle the NCP properly at this critical time. I have lost confidence on both Kiir and Machar. Their leadership will make our country loose more lands with their policy of withdrawal

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    • 12 May 2012 11:17, by viper

      Although Pagan was involved in the current corrupt leadership, he can do well if given the leadership position like the one being enjoyed by both Riek and Kiir under the policies of withdrawal. But for the two strong men Farouk & Edward, there is no doubt on them. They are more better than any body on the political arena currently in ss

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  • 12 May 2012 12:11, by Koang

    Dark-Lady.
    What is in your little mind that you are passing to the nations.Admit you know less!!
    OOOPs!!! I forgot, i love you.lol!

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  • 12 May 2012 14:29, by Beneben Bai

    darkangel and mahmoud, please stop (Lwaitha)(do not play your gay games here. this map even included west kordufan is a part of overall cheating that were done after independence of Sudan. a lot of water has passed under bridge when colonial power left the country. the 1.1.1956 border line agreed upon in CPA is not yet demarcated. a big part of it was changed when minerals were discovered

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    • 12 May 2012 20:18, by Mahmoud mohamed Abdalla

      Beneben Bai
      Bear in mind that in my tribe no gays. Our traditions dictate us to bury the suspected gay alive.
      You are the crowned gay among the gays of your southern tribe.

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    • 12 May 2012 20:51, by Mahmoud mohamed Abdalla

      Beneben Bai
      You need to start the CHANGE with yourself and in your family the professionals in (Lwaitha).
      Are you planning to legalize the action of gays in South Sudan?????????

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  • 12 May 2012 14:45, by Beneben Bai

    mahmoud, it is clear that you have sickness called SPLA. SPLA is an army, you are not sick because of SPLA, but because of your regime in kharoum. we R here on political issues not military as your government keeps saying. how will you get stability while U keep bomping other country territory, stealling its oil and killing its inocent people, and don’t want to go to the court to get your right!!

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  • 12 May 2012 14:47, by Beneben Bai

    Sudanese commentators, why all of you are become not comfortable with trend of things now? why are you all not using rational anyalysis or comments but concentrate on dirty game by trying to make a bad image for S. Sudan and things that R shallow. you are loosing, take this from me. it is better for you to come up with rational ideas here to support your case. what will U get from sending out lies

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    • 12 May 2012 20:22, by Mahmoud mohamed Abdalla

      Beneben Bai
      Yes I have stool called nasty SPLA/M

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      • 13 May 2012 00:38, by Zionist

        Mahmoud

        SPLA is not a stool, unless you’re a fool, and although, Omar Al Bashiir dances better than a stripper, he does not deserve to be showered with our oil money that your government stole from us.

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  • 12 May 2012 15:09, by Beneben Bai

    sudanese who participate in this forum, don’t jump from here and there. if you are confident that your claims are facts and true, then don’t fear courts like what we do. since when do thief (sarrag) has interest in courts? any thief steals with no intention to go to the court, but like things to end just after thefting. let us talk if no agreement we go to the court.

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    • 12 May 2012 20:33, by Mahmoud mohamed Abdalla

      Beneben Bai
      Pls ask your SPLA/M not to commit genocides for monkeys and other animals in the jungles of south Sudan.
      SPLA/M can not leave without genocides.
      SPLA/M loves sucking the human blood.
      YOU better take some photos and send them to USA for live movie flims.

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  • 12 May 2012 15:09, by Beneben Bai

    kurnyel, are still abd for jalaba or what? mohamed ali and mahmoud was it SPLA killing the Darfurians all over Darfur raping girls, women and extensively killing any one from african origin tribes (Fur, Massalit, Zagawa, Birgit and so on)?. is the Chief of SPLA wanted in ICC and S. Sudan presindent wanted in the ICC??. You are not muslims if not so then why Janjweed, killing, raping and ....??

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  • 12 May 2012 17:58, by Beneben Bai

    government of Sudan, do you know how stupid and foolish you look in the eyes of international community? how come you push for security issues first in the next negotiations? you look like some one who wants to stop the fever without treating Malaria. ha ha ha haaa, all issues you prioritised less are the cause of insecurity you are suffering from. pls gain your sense and treat the root causes

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