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Sudanese official expresses fury over new opposition accord

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January 7, 2013 (KHARTOUM) – Nafie Ali Nafie, the Sudanese presidential assistant who is also deputy chairman of the ruling National Congress Party (NCP) expressed outrage over an accord signed last weekend between representatives of opposition parties and rebel groups fighting the army in different parts of the country.

The agreement was nicknamed ’New Dawn’ by the participants.

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Sudanese presidential assistant and deputy chairman of the ruling National Congress Party Nafie Ali Nafie

Addressing a graduation ceremony of the paramilitary Popular Defense Forces (PDF), Nafie used the religion ticket saying that the "False Dawn" as he called it, created a distinction between those on the side of God and the Prophet and secularists who do not recognize the Holy Quran or Islamic Shar’ia law.

The Sudanese official said that the NCP, which ascended to power through a coup in 1989 led by president Omer Hassan al-Bashir, came to apply Islamic law contrary to opposition powers which wants to establish a secular state "as western countries want".

Nafie went on to say that the document signed by the opposition sets a beginning for exposing their goals and motives describing them as "traitors and agents". He added that the signatories chose their "graveyard" by repudiating "the religion of Allah and the Sunna of His Messenger".

He urged Sudanese people to review the accord noting that they meet in squares of martyrs while the "New Dawn" participants meet with the devil to conspire with him.

The Popular Congress Party (PCP) led by the Islamic leader Hassan al-Turabi was one of the opposition parties that signed the accord. Al-Turabi was the mastermind behind the 1989 coup before he fell out with Bashir a decade later.

Several of the reformists within the ruling party and Islamist figures allied with the government have circulated memos last year calling for dialogue with the opposition to fight the regime which they say have became corrupt and abandoned Islamic values.

Nafie has persistently accused rebel groups of acting on behalf of the West and South Sudan to destabilize the Khartoum government especially in Abyei and the disputed border areas.

Today he pledged that 2013 will be the year to decisively quash the rebels whom he reiterated want to separate religion from the state so that Sudan has no Islamic feature whatsoever. Nafie said that those killed on the rebel side will go to hell while those killed on their side will go to heavens.

The NCP official pledged to provide financial and political support to the Mujahideen to expose "clients allied with the West against the Sudan."

In a related issue the NCP spokesperson Badr al-Din Ahmed Ibrahim warned the opposition of their alliance with rebel groups stressing that the ballot box is the only way to reach power and invited them to participate in the constitution drafting process.

On late Monday Sudanese authorities arrested several opposition figures as they returned from Uganda where the accord was signed. This included the head of the Socialist Nasserite Unionist Party Jamal Idris and Intisar Al-Aqli whois also a member of the party.

The opposition forces announced the ’New Dawn’ as a step forward in their struggle against the regime where they agree for the first time on a charter to oust the Bashir government and work on building democratic state that does not mix religion with politics. It also speaks on the need to address issues of justice especially related to crimes allegedly committed by the regime in Darfur and South Kordofan. The signatories also call for respecting religious and cultural diversity.

The rebel groups which fight against the regime in Blue Nile, Darfur and South Kordofan also committed themselves to declare an immediate cease-fire following the toppling of Khartoum’s regime.

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  • 8 January 2013 10:41, by master

    go to hell
    what islamic low you are talking about

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    • 8 January 2013 11:31, by okucu pa lotinokwan

      The statement from Nafie al Nafie, Sudan has no Islamic feature whatsoever. Nafie said that those killed on the rebel side will go to hell while those killed on their side will go to heavens.
      This is a very great asurance from Nafie Al Nafie,if in Islam human being has the right to judged one another faith?,this Question goes to Jalaby.
      OKUCU PA LOTINOKWAN

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    • 8 January 2013 13:50, by aguotwany@live.com

      Dear Radical, the end of power for your adversary has end it’ era . As time dictate the Arab who claiming the identity of the Midleast. The New Sudan legacy is at will. Inform your people in Khartoum to prepare to leave before it to late.

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    • 8 January 2013 15:55, by zulu

      Oh Mistress, sweet pussy,
      What religion is being practiced by Nefi and which is being practiced by those who want to overthrow him and his click? This blind deception is evil and against God we all know is not on the side of the NCP

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  • 8 January 2013 10:49, by Makunon

    Surely NCP must fail this time and they will not survive 2013. Nafe talked negatively and liars.

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  • 8 January 2013 11:03, by Akolde Nhiak Jinub

    Nafie Ala Manafie, time is up 4 U 2 leave power 2 real North Sudanese not U terrorists. Give power back 2 right North Sudanese not u corrupt, blood thirty n power hunger bigots of NCP. There is time 4 everything. 25years re enough 4 u 2 give power up. There is no killers 2 go 2 heavens. There is no heavens 4 killers of NCP. Those who died in SS r in hell as we speak. Don’t chat innocent N.Sudanese

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    • 8 January 2013 11:15, by Peacocktail

      Nafie speech reflected the failed regime.that was Col Gadhafi talks while addressing Libyan. Janjweed are PDF, graduated them and they turned rebels to over ran Khartuom. Hahahaha! those who die for fake regime will go to Allah and rebels will go to hell!!!! miserable man speech.his days are numbered. Hanging on power and killing do not go the same way.He better leave for Greek now. SRF oyeeee,

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  • 8 January 2013 11:44, by Jalaby

    Many time I find myself disagree with Nafie Ali Nafie but this time I agree with him 100%, those opponents parties inside Khartoum who signed this charter with SPLA-N that works as an agent to the south and executing south agenda by killing innocent people in Sudan and sabotaging public properties and undermining Sudan national security should be hit very hard by

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    • 8 January 2013 11:48, by Jalaby

      a fist of iron with no mercy!
      opposition in Sudan can’t enjoy having luxury life in the north and benefit from public services and then stab us from behind by putting their dirty hands on someone hand who wants to turn Sudan to another Somalia and people hands who are full of hatred and works on behalf of foreign country!

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      • 8 January 2013 11:56, by Jalaby

        Oppositions in the north should know clearly there is a big difference between opposing the government and opposing the country itself!
        No doubt we know how to make South Sudan and thieves in Juba pay a high price for plotting the evil against Sudan every day and night!

        Jalaby (Abo Jalabia)

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        • 8 January 2013 15:12, by Paul Ongee

          Ya Jalaby/Abujalabiya,
          Thank you for being able to see clearly the exit of National Criminal Party (NCP) which is too close to be incredibly seen within the next few weeks not months. Competitive interpretation of Quran to govern Sudan will no longer be practiced because Mujahideens are given financial and political support only during crisis.

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          • 8 January 2013 15:16, by Paul Ongee

            Ya Jalaby/Abujalabiya,
            Thank you for being able to see clearly the exit of National Criminal Party (NCP) which is too close to be incredibly seen within the next few weeks not months. Competitive interpretation of Quran to govern Sudan will no longer be practiced because Mujahideens and Messeriya tribes are given financial, political and military support only during crisis.

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        • 8 January 2013 17:38, by panchol

          Jalaby.
          what is your uncle with wide mouth who is so greedy to slivate anyhowly. Hahahahahhahaha.
          Our South Sudanese Visionary Leader Late Dr. John Garang De Mabior said Sudan will not be the same again! See what is happening after independent of South Sudan. the following countries will gain their independence.
          1.Darfur 2.SK &BN 3. Eastern Sudan Region 4.Central Sudan and the list goes...
          Hahaha

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        • 8 January 2013 20:14, by Kalo

          Going to hell and heavens is very funny criminal Manafi Ali,it has gone with Turabi ere,my message to you,rem,you will be in prison if we reach Khartoum believe me,you know nuba very well,to Jalaba wait for us there while singing the song,what kind of religious you know you fake Arabs,Sudan belong to the land of Nuba,Africans not Arabs,go back to Arabian peninsula.
          Struggle Continue.

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        • 8 January 2013 21:47, by Observer

          Jalaby,
          Where does it say that the opposition parties oppose Sudan?-They oppose the corrupt, war- mongering, money hungry, lying govt.
          If the opposition is successful in overthrowing this govt ( and let us hope it is through peaceful means) then watch the likes of Nafie Nafie run or defect.
          We are all very bored with tyrants like him always bringin up the West conspiracy.

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          • 8 January 2013 21:57, by Observer

            Jalaby and other misguided blind govt followers.
            Gaddafi said the same things about Western conspiracys and look what happened to him- his own people turned against him.
            Once the fear of the regime is gone anything can happen.
            There are none so blind as those who dont want to see.

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        • 9 January 2013 08:39, by jwok

          Dear Jalabia
          Your government is not capable to solve its internal problems, but your government is trying to involve the west and Republic of South Sudan in his problems
          Our Country has nothing to do with the accord which had been signed in Uganda
          The charter was signed between two parts Sudanese’s oppositions and rebel groups there is no third part
          Also I think the death threats and religio

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        • 9 January 2013 08:46, by jwok

          Jalaby
          I think the death threats and religion tickets are expired

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        • 9 January 2013 09:44, by Rezingving monynok

          little annoying mosquito jalaby
          since Saturday till now, your system is killing its citizen by providing gun to fake Arab animals .War’ by N. Darfur mine ongoing, 20 villages burnt: tribal leader
          1.JEBEL ’AMER (8 Jan.) - The highest leader of tribe Beni Hussein announced that the “war” in the surroundings of the gold mine area of Jebel ‘Amer, North Darfur, is still ongoing, during an interview.JEB

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          • 9 January 2013 09:47, by Rezingving monynok

            jalaby
            who is doing this now ,
            JEBEL ’AMER (7 Jan.) - At least 60.000 gold explorers fled the gold mining area of Jebel ‘Amer, North Darfur, after fierce clashes erupted between the Arab tribes of Abbala and Beni Hussein, killing. thiz is the link
            http://www.radiodabanga.org/

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  • 8 January 2013 12:46, by Positive Thinker

    The man of God Nafie Ali Nafie I think is a righteous man. He spoke the truth and I quote "those who died fighting on the side of the government will go to heaven and those who died fighting on the side of the rebel will go to hell". I always thought he is great man, but now I am not

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    • 8 January 2013 14:01, by aguotwany@live.com

      ( abo jalaby) , if you belief in killing innocence and expect to be accepted by Heaven then why Hassan Turabi denied after the keys for the heaven after left the Bashir government. I am telling you is simple we will send everybody of you to heaven soon if it that place best for sinister islamic . You will never forget ever who are dealing with you. We have lost hundred of thousand innocence .

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      • 8 January 2013 14:32, by Panda Odhie

        Haaaaa shame on Nafie ,did he one day communicate with God,how did he know that his NCP members will go to Paradise, how sure are you Nafie? if itis matter of Islam religion, rebels are also muslimin some went for ordination in Suadi as Haj so the lying in 90s when SPLA/M fighting with them. They were cheating innocent students the same like today shame on you.

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        • 8 January 2013 14:42, by Panda Odhie

          The human being cannot judge people only God.But why everybody in Northern Sudan is aprophet? for those who were been cheatted by the worldly and heavenly liarer if you really get into the door of paradise after you die in the battle blessed by Nafie the man who talk with GOD to prepared your homes try to contact pple to be sure that itis real thrg this No +249915852409

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  • 8 January 2013 16:19, by Kikiji longiro

    Today he pledged that 2013 will be the year to decisively quash the rebels whom he reiterated want to separate religion from the state so that Sudan has no Islamic feature whatsoever. Nafie said that those killed on the rebel side will go to hell while those killed on their side will go to heavens.
    THIS CRAZY GUY IS STILL DREAMING HIGHER & HIGHER.WHICH MUSLIMS ARE IN HEAVEN.SEMSEDINI?

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  • 8 January 2013 16:37, by Kikiji longiro

    South Sudanese & now dawm group don,t ever hear liars from those of Ali Nafie.They will kill all the Sudanese but they don,t know that after they die they will be dam in the garbages of the sudanese desert.
    This guy is using Islam to achieve his groups businesses.All of them are now on the top using the Sudanese chair worldwide in the name of Islam meanwhile Sudanese muslims were sent out from

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  • 8 January 2013 19:28, by E. Defense Forces

    Nafie Say Sudan oppositions dug own grave.I think hell is about to break loose in Sudan.
    http://www.southsudanhub.com/media/2162/Nafie:_Sudan_oppositions_dug_own_grave/

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  • 9 January 2013 01:21, by allan

    according to this gay ass guy statement u can tell there religion is a fake how he can tell big liar like that thou those rebels got killed go hell there soldiers go to heaven
    arab are really fool i wounder why those damnass people lead us for so long

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