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January 27, 2013 (KHARTOUM) - Sudanese authorities in South Kordofan have increased security measures on the border with the South Sudan after the failure of talks in Addis Ababa on the implementation of security arrangements.

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Sudanese military soldiers cheer and hold up their weapons during the visit of Sudanese President Omer Al-Bashir in Heglig April 23, 2012. (Reuters)

Presidents Omer Al-Bashir and Slava Kiir failed to agree on the implementation of the security measures including the activation of a buffer zone they agreed in September 2012 to prevent a return of war between the two countries.

Khartoum and Juba failed to agree on the issue of South Kordofan and Blue Nile rebels. The Sudanese government accuses South Sudan of harbouring and supporting them, but Juba refuses to discuss the issue saying it is an internal Sudanese affair.

Juba also rejected a Sudanese demand aiming to extend the deployment of joint patrols to the border with South Kordofan to prevent cross border movements of SPLM-N rebels.

The border localities in South Kordofan are developing security measures on the border with the South Sudan in line with directives received from the state authorities, said a government-linked media on Saturday.

The SMC which is seen as a media close to the national intelligence and security services further said the security measures include the ring road of Talodi, Abu Jeibaihah, Rashad and Kllouki in South Kordofan.

The commissioner of Al-Abassiya-Tagali, Fatehi Abdallah Arabi, said the directives aim to protect the border towns, areas of agricultural production and grazing land after the collapse of talks with South Sudan.

The African Union peace and Security Council (AUPSC) in a statement released on Saturday said that the situation along the border between Sudan and South Sudan "remains calm overall, in spite of isolated incidents, while noting with concern that the situation nonetheless remains tense, with the continued threat of escalation".

It however said concerned by the deteriorating humanitarian situation in the SPLM-N controlled areas and called on the mediation team to propose " a Cessation of Hostilities Agreement" which is an imperative to provide the affected civilian with humanitarian assistance.

The AUSPC further urged the government and the SPLM-N to enter into direct negotiations without pre-conditions, in order to reach a political solution to the over one-year conflict in the two border states .

The Council asked the mediation to invite the two parties to start direct talks, "by no later than 15 February 2013, towards a political resolution of the conflict".

Sudan refuses to negotiate with the rebels before Juba "disengages" with them. The SPLM-N on the other side, speaks about regime change saying an inclusive process dealing with Darfur, Blue Nile and South Kordofan can only bring peace in the country.

The meeting extended the mandate of the mediation team led by Thabo Mbeki but asked the African panel to submit a final report next July "on all matters within its purview since its establishment in October 2009".

The African leaders seemingly preferred to avoid taking any decision on the issue of Abyei despite the AUPSC support to the organisation of a referendum on Abyei final status next October.

Nonetheless, the meeting urged the Sudanese and South Sudanese presidents to resume their negotiations, on the key issue of the formation of the Abyei Area Referendum Commission, on the basis of the AUHIP 21 September 2012 Proposal.

The peace and security body in addition demanded the mediation to continue to assist the two Presidents to urgently resolve this issue, and requests "to report to Council, in March 2013, on the Parties’ progress for Council to make further determination on the matter".

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  • 27 January 2013 09:51, by Jalaby

    Only stick can help when it comes to thieves and Bashir is absolutely correct!
    We’ll soon hit the thieves hard by our stick (warplane) and you will hear their crying and complaints as usual!!!
    Go to hell thieves!!!

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    • 27 January 2013 10:04, by Jalaby

      Ironically, the visionless people are eager to see Khartoum opening the oil pipeline without disengaging themselves with SPLA-N but to use that oil money to support SPLA-N, feed their hungry mouths, build their SPLA south Dinka/Nuer militia and attack us again from behind like what they did before in Heglig!!
      Thieves,who is going to do that for you visionless people?!

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      • 27 January 2013 10:07, by Jalaby

        Never dream on that thieves,that pipeline will remain close no doubt, you will never ever even smell it again let alone dreaming it!
        Your heart is full of hatred to north and your goal is to destroy Sudan!!
        Go to hell visionless and thieves people!!

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        • 27 January 2013 10:19, by Ding Ding

          Mr Jalaby,oil is not a concern issue but our concern issue is that, we even don,t want the oil to Sudan any more because you can not share a room with thieves.
          We are christain full of faith not hatred like you believes in Alla that if you kill more you will be bless.Bring those muajhadid so that we send them to the hell.

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        • 27 January 2013 10:26, by ViVa Sudan

          YA HAVE ALL MA SUPPORT THEY NEED DOWASS WE KNOW HOW TO KICK AGAR & HILEO & SALVA , TABAN VERY WELL SOON THEY WILL COME BACK TO BEG US FOR FOOD BUT NO MORE FREE FOOD PAY GET DISARM spla/N chase them out ya get good relation peace no joke any more it is a case by case take or leave it insects.

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          • 27 January 2013 12:17, by Aaban

            You can never go and make some researchers about their madness, you can just typing Sudan tribune and read their blasphemous cultures of Al Bendairya Al Dahashya clan of doom Ja’alin tribe of Hashemite coward muerderers who love power than God, they don’t have any shame in them, because they sold their soul to evil,
            Look how they talk without analysis

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          • 27 January 2013 14:35, by Rezingving monynok

            heey new crab vivirus and bastard jalaby
            you are just crying so that we could open the pipeline again so that you can steal it , but no way this time to allow you sons of donkeys , (awlad amira) oil will be going through Ethiopia to Djibouti , not only that even water for cattle will not be given to you sons of donkeys . coming to logic now how south Sudan disarmed sudan rebels .

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        • 27 January 2013 12:11, by Jalaby

          We know that heavy weapons have just been delivered to SPLA-N by SPLA and that weapons came through Kenya, Mombasa. SPLA-N got a direction from Juba to intensify their war against Khartoum and attempt to capture any big city in S Kordofan to weaken Khartoum government and globalize S Kordofan problem and push it towards UNSC

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          • 27 January 2013 12:18, by Jalaby

            Well, we realized the lesson now, America was the foster and engineer of Nivasha agreement, Khartoum trusted them and believed their false promises and signed Nivasha agreement and acknowledged the outcome of the south referendum but look what happened after that?! America didn’t just meet its promises but trying to create another south problem for Sudan in S Kordofan

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            • 27 January 2013 12:25, by Jalaby

              despite there is no any link or similarity between the south and S Kordofan people at all, no one can deny the differences between the north-south in: religion and believe, language, tradition, ethnicity, culture, etc but where are these differences in S Kordofan?!
              As you can see, America forgot Darfour issue when they realized that Darfour people are 100% Muslims and

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              • 27 January 2013 12:34, by Jalaby

                can’t be differentiated from the rest of Sudan, and as you can see, none a single group of Darfourian rebel dared to ask for Self-Determination, not a single one because that will be just unrealistic demand and can’t be implemented at all because that would be like separating the flesh from the bone in a body! They stopped talking about Darfour now!!

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                • 27 January 2013 12:43, by Jalaby

                  The same thing for Blue Nile, as you can see, the rebel in Blue Nile is ineffective at all due to many logical reasons, due to the similarity and accordance in everything between Blue Nile human and the rest of Sudanese people, Fonj people in Blue Nile were the one who participated in creating the modern Sudan of today when they decided to put their hand with Arab

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                  • 27 January 2013 12:51, by Jalaby

                    (Abdallab) hand and ended the last christian kingdom in Sudan for good when they destroyed Alawa kingdom and created the current modern Sudan!
                    So the weakest point in the circle is South Kordofan and they’re concentrating on it now but they will fail, for sure they will for the so vast differences between South Sudan & S Kordofan, it’s just a baseless issue!!

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                    • 27 January 2013 12:57, by Jalaby

                      It’s clear now that the south didn’t separate from north to build a country or nation, how they build a nation while nothing unifies them on common other than hatred to north?!! they lack for the basic essential elements to build a country, and now they have themselves ready and work 24/7 to destroy Sudan!

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                      • 27 January 2013 13:04, by Jalaby

                        Wake up thieves, the mistake that we did in Heglig will never let it happen again, we won’t see you gathering in mass in the border and not doing anything and waiting for you to attack first because we respect the international laws!!
                        Make no mistake thieves this time we’ll attack you at your home and even if you hide yourselves inside your mother cunt!!

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            • 27 January 2013 21:14, by Resonance

              Jalaby,
              You frequently mention that the U.S. maintains sanctions on Sudan. The answer to why the U.S. did not remove them is obvious: the outbreak of war in South Kordofan and Blue Nile. The war crimes utterly preclude any possibility that Obama could lift the sanctions. Negotiating an end to these wars and the conflict in Darfur is a prerequiste for diplomatic changes.

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          • 27 January 2013 13:43, by Observer

            Jalaby,
            How do we KNOW this?
            We are told by someone from the NISS or SMC so it MUST be true?
            Or was it from your neighbours cousin’s friend who cousin works for the NISS?

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          • 27 January 2013 21:27, by Resonance

            Jalaby,
            It appears that you have some affliation with the NCP/Bashir regime. You seem to totally ignore the possibility that the local populations have greviances. If your government would try to negotiate with the local populations and make reforms then it would not be so isolated. But near perpetual war and pitting group against group seems to occur instead.

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            • 28 January 2013 06:39, by Jalaby

              Resonance,
              You made a good point but I want to confirm you first that I’ve no any affiliation
              with NCP/Bashir government at all, they don’t know who I’m or where located either!!
              I always express my opinions and view, it might intersect with Khartoum government and concord with their politics sometimes and might

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              • 28 January 2013 06:40, by Jalaby

                discord with them some where else, but I’m completely expressing my personal opinions!
                I negated and criticized Bashir many times on this forum when he cancelled Nafie-Aggar framework agreement in Addis Ababa after Nafie signed it, he cancelled it without any real justifications, why?! and he opted the war over the peace and put Sudan in the current situation!!

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                • 28 January 2013 06:43, by Jalaby

                  I really appreciate what Sudan ambassador in Juba Mr. Motrif Sedeeg when he recently criticized Bshir implicitly for cancelling Nafie-Aggar framework agreement and said "The coming days will prove to us that agreement was correct"!! we all know who is Dr. Motrif and that means many strong people inside NCP disagreed with Bashir for cancelling that framework agreement

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                  • 28 January 2013 06:45, by Jalaby

                    The way that US is handling Sudan issue is unfair and completely biased, see how many times SPLA-N shelled Kadougly city and killed innocent civilians and US never ever condemned them!! they abducted Chinese workers and assassinated politicians during the day light and did all terror activities but US closed their eyes and made their ears deaf!! they only

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                    • 28 January 2013 06:47, by Jalaby

                      blame Sudan government, Susan Rise is completely biased and can’t hide her hatred to Khartoum government, she is unqualified to represent US in UN and I totally agree with US Congress when deprived her from being US secretary of affairs because her political vision is very narrow no doubt!!

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                      • 28 January 2013 06:49, by Jalaby

                        Do you remember what former Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs, Jendayi Frazer said during Heglig conflict between North-South? she said "US shouldn’t be neutral and should be with the south because the south is our ally"!!
                        What is this? I’m wondering, how would US react if the opposite occurred and Sudan occupied the rich oil city Bentui in the south?

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                        • 28 January 2013 06:53, by Jalaby

                          would US suggest imposing punishment on both countries as they did in Heglig case or would impose punishment over Sudan only for forcing it to pull out?! US wouldn’t make the same between the victim and the executioner as they did in Heglig case and would punish the occupier (Sudan) only if that would be the case, right?!

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        • 27 January 2013 12:23, by aguotwany@live.com

          Jalaby, you have forgotten more here and get tell in the following ; first we in the South, Sudan do not need oil , there are more resources to use and our economy will boom. 2nd you have mentioned bombarding our people from sky as you have done it in December in the western Bhar el GZhazal and Northern Bhazal Gazal killing innocence as your government has committed in the past. It time to now.

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          • 27 January 2013 12:30, by aguotwany@live.com

            Cont. time is now Jalaba when the international Persuing terrorists those here in the northern Sudan and the opening the genocide your Khartoum committed in the South, Sudan during the 22 years plus 17 years of the first civil war of August 1955 , today on your government in Khartoum must choose disappearing from the earth and we have given you more chances to comply . You will face the justice .

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          • 27 January 2013 12:32, by aguotwany@live.com

            Cont. time is now Jalaba when the international Persuing terrorists those here in the northern Sudan and the opening the genocide your Khartoum committed in the South, Sudan during the 22 years plus 17 years of the first civil war of August 1955 , today on your government in Khartoum must choose disappearing from the earth and we have given you more chances to comply . You will face the justice .

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            • 27 January 2013 12:40, by aguotwany@live.com

              Jalaba , you failed from achieving your radical ideological of Islam in the Sudan because we have blocked you and we divided the Sudan and divide it more than four and desert will your place . Don’t even think about Port Sudan soon the Splm/ N will take it and declare their independent , then tell radicalists your pipe line you have talking about. We are very proud by defeated the craziest Islam .

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              • 27 January 2013 12:46, by aguotwany@live.com

                Jalaba, you have and will be prosecuted and sentence to death by using lethal injection and reject your choice of hanging , the Zionist you do not you afraid off will be our best and close friends. Return to your Arabian Peninsula , the people of South, Sudan are not those of 1972s , we have more experiences and knowledges to defeat have we already have . You will starve to death very soon Desert

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                • 27 January 2013 12:50, by aguotwany@live.com

                  Jalapa of khartoum , you will buried at sea. Tell your government in Khartoum to be aware. Bastard . Will leave for rest of my brothers and sisters to put the jalabis on fire before heaven accept them.

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        • 27 January 2013 16:45, by panchol

          jalaby.
          No one in South Sudan likes oil to flow through land of thieves, but International Community and AU are installing talks between the two countries for the resumption of oil flow.
          NB:Try to cross the border dee

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      • 27 January 2013 10:13, by Ding Ding

        Jalaby to prove your words thieves wrong is about our oil you have stolen, you are the biggest theives and criminals numbe one in the world.The SPLA-N are the bigger headic to you now leave the SPLA national army and if we tried to help them you would have been a refuggee now in South Sudan because this is a professional army trained with well experienced pilots who can do acrobatic in your room.

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      • 27 January 2013 14:49, by Chol

        How funny does that sound for Sudan to say they are increasing secure on South Sudan border when South Kordofans and Darfur are fighting them in the same area? This is Sudan again which keep pretending for many years that South Sudan secession was a joke until it happened. Now history is repeating itself again for Darfur, the Kordofans and Blue-Nile.

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      • 27 January 2013 22:36, by Johndumo14

        Khartoum now knows that the old policy or the smart trick is no longer working,let the dog kill the dog or let the black kill the black.Omar ALBASHIR said in order for the south sudan oil to flow through sudan Salva must disarm SPLA-NORTH FIRST,it sound stupid very stupid. He the arabs don`t want to die,why can`nt he do it? SPLA -NORTH IS HERE TO STAY A LAST A POLITICAL PARTY ,U LIKE OR NOT.

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    • 27 January 2013 10:05, by Ding Ding

      Mr Jalaby,remember Panthou battle this time is going to worst believe it or not.We agreed with fire and our destination to rest will be Khartoum and it is not you always who have the warplanes we now have it and lets try the battle will determine.We are not like those army train only seventh days and send them to battle.
      The weapone captured from you can fight Sudan for one year before use any our

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    • 27 January 2013 10:12, by Twic

      Wur-Amok!
      Jalaby
      They gays should run to Saudi-Arab very soon , yr plety Ass will be burst out of sudan by Nuba , Blue Nile ,Darfurian and south sudan,yr disputants , quibble nigglers won’t help at all, claiming ! Claiming without justification is always a doom

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      • 27 January 2013 12:43, by nuer food lovers

        jallaby u re harding ur self.

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    • 27 January 2013 10:44, by Tiitrot

      Stupid Jalaby from stagnant water,
      Why are you so worried about us and we got separated long long time ago?, Just be worried of yourselves you people because what SPLM-N Rebels, S.Sudan Army SPLA among others will be doing to you this year.I am sure this year will be the worst ever for you mother fuckers though you are still crying of what we did to you in Heglig last year.

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      • 27 January 2013 10:49, by Tiitrot

        Jalaby,
        I would be grateful if you inform your gays about that information, otherwise accept our demands if you don’t want to be like your friends in Mali who are dying like rats and flies.
        Thanks.

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      • 27 January 2013 11:18, by Johndumo14

        The Arabs in sudan are tribes too ,it is time for africans to rule now,arabs leadership is very very wrong, they are dividing the country and the people,in order to unite the people put religion aside and sudan can be strong again.Before people respect Islam but now sorry,now when you are a muslim you are like terorist especially when having long beard,or your name is mohamed.

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    • 27 January 2013 11:08, by Johndumo14

      Khartoum is after oil in south,and grazing land,even if South cut helping SPLA-N or Darfur Rebels,these rebels groups can their suply through Ehtiopia,centralAfrica,Chad or Eretrea ,there are many route to bring in Tanks and anti aircrafts Guns ,sudan is just stupid,in order to bring last peace in Sudan ,new government in khartoum ruled by Africans not arabs.Arabs are recist,they want to distroy A

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    • 27 January 2013 12:16, by Aaban

      You can never go and make some researchers about their madness, you can just typing Sudan tribune and read their blasphemous cultures of Al Bendairya Al Dahashya clan of doom Ja’alin tribe of Hashemite coward muerderers who love power than God, they don’t have any shame in them, because they sold their soul to evil,
      Look how they talk without analysis

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    • 27 January 2013 12:32, by Johndumo14

      In the 20th cencury ,when you are a muslim or your name is mohamed or your name sounds like that of muslim man ,you are the enemy of mankind.You are like a bear among the the sheeps,any time it can strike one death.

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    • 27 January 2013 12:33, by Johndumo14

      In the 20th cencury ,when you are a muslim or your name is mohamed or your name sounds like that of muslim man ,you are the enemy of mankind.You are like a bear among the the sheeps,any time it can strike one death.

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    • 27 January 2013 22:48, by Johndumo14

      During the SPLA WAR or even before that the arabs in khartoum have succeded in reduing the africns tribes population by sending them to south to fight their war in the end they never return ,africans are the majority in sudan ,but the arabs are using them for all dirty things in life ,africans wake up,the Nubians are surpose to rule in sudan ,but r blinded by Islam-Alah.Even now they wear white

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  • 27 January 2013 10:03, by ViVa Sudan

    KICK DA LOWLESS BASTERS AWAY FROM OUR BELOVED LAND STOP NEGOTIATION LET THE confrontation BEGIN COZ IT IS THE ONLY WAY SPLA/M/N KNOWS WE MISSED TO SEE THEM RUNINING AWAY BUT DIS TIME NO WAY TO HIDE NO WAY TO RUN DEATH IS WAITING ANYW HERE & EVERY WHERE COWARDS JANOOBEEN

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    • 27 January 2013 10:26, by Ding Ding

      VIVA Sudan,think of your mother,sisters and wives they doesn,t know how to run but they are civilian if captured them we keep them alive and feed them as before.Go to the toilet and wash your anuse with water yaaa dirty people.No body will run or ever run before the bomb is at your door now.BUM BUM is what jalabin can listen well.

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  • 27 January 2013 10:03, by maxime56

    We must welcome this measure, it is necessary to protect pending a possible agreement.
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  • 27 January 2013 10:03, by ViVa Sudan

    KICK DA LOWLESS BASTERS AWAY FROM OUR BELOVED LAND STOP NEGOTIATION LET THE confrontation BEGIN COZ IT IS THE ONLY WAY SPLA/M/N KNOWS WE MISSED TO SEE THEM RUNINING AWAY BUT DIS TIME NO WAY TO HIDE NO WAY TO RUN DEATH IS WAITING ANYW HERE & EVERY WHERE COWARDS JANOOBEEN

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    • 27 January 2013 10:13, by Observer

      ViVa Sudan,
      Still embarrassing us by your inability to create a sensible logical sentence that everyone else can understand.
      It is because the likes of you, Master etc who cannot write anything coherently on here, that the rest of us Sudanese are thought to be illiterate and stupid.

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      • 27 January 2013 12:18, by Aaban

        You can never go and make some researchers about their madness, you can just typing Sudan tribune and read their blasphemous cultures of Al Bendairya Al Dahashya clan of doom Ja’alin tribe of Hashemite coward muerderers who love power than God, they don’t have any shame in them, because they sold their soul to evil,
        Look how they talk without analysis

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  • 27 January 2013 10:04, by nuer food lovers

    The Gays soldiers (SAF)re amassing up,but later the will run like ghazal when the see mighty SPLA the people arm.of s.sudan.they will die like flies.
    But this time Mighty SPLA will fuck them,pursue them to khartoum them SPLA-N continuous to Port Sudan and Halab,fuck the asshole Muris mohmade.

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  • 27 January 2013 10:17, by ViVa Sudan

    look how’s talking a dieing insect of neur wat kind of mighty spla/M/ N they are dieing of hanger no food no money corrupted so called officers & FAKE GEN. SALVA REMOVED THEM HOW CAN U FIGHT SO AWFUL INSECTS ..GO TAKE MERISA IDIOT

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    • 27 January 2013 10:38, by Ding Ding

      The Northerners buy the tickets always from Khartoum to Juba and back to Khartoum every weekend and the mean issue is to come and drinks beer and wiskey how much money do they left behind in Juba and how much is ticket on Marsland.Our Gen in the army are not corrupt you will them being ministers very soon. shotup and fuck your mother and sister as you always does.

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    • 27 January 2013 11:21, by nuer food lovers

      viva sudan i don,t talk to hollering hog &pig human erectus like u.u re killing English.the viva as ur name dosen,t match with sudan sitituation now.u re a imbecile person.take ur rotten asshole mouth from me.am not ur type.am like mighty SPLA-S/SPLA-N i have no mercy on fake Arab becozs they killed my fellows s.sudanese 2.5 million life.i neither want to take nor want to face fake Arab.

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    • 27 January 2013 12:19, by Aaban

      You can never go and make some researchers about their madness, you can just typing Sudan tribune and read their blasphemous cultures of Al Bendairya Al Dahashya clan of doom Ja’alin tribe of Hashemite coward muerderers who love power than God, they don’t have any shame in them, because they sold their soul to evil,
      Look how they talk without analysis

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  • 27 January 2013 10:20, by ViVa Sudan

    Observer
    I WONDER WAT ARE YOU DO Observe ?? YA SO FUNNY

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    • 27 January 2013 10:36, by Observer

      ViVa Sudan
      I observe dumbasses like you on this forum and try to make sure that readers get an objective viewpoint from someone in Khartoum who is not a blind, one eyed follower of our government and who is some one who doesnt believe all the lies we are continually being told by our government.
      I am Sudanese but just not an uneducated dumb jackass like you.

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      • 27 January 2013 10:57, by ViVa Sudan

        Observer you may observe ur mam behaind coz ya are traitor & our govt doing very well to such insects & rotten gays like you we must vainsh gays how stand against sudan govt & Sudanese for sure Arman is ur Master gay blody observer ..

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        • 27 January 2013 11:20, by mohamed mahgoub

          Ha u just proved that Observer was right in everything he said about u, however u can write in the Arabic version of this forum ,if u know Arabic whhich I doubt ! may be u get some fans to decode ur writings

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          • 27 January 2013 12:23, by Aaban

            Read the Khartoum newspaper, this days, it is so funny how the government allowed the pepper that don’t say anything about negative in government institution aha they way back to they time that they fooled us to fight for fake war, hope they others from my region who sold their souls to Jalain will open their eye to see the dark part of the murderer,

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        • 27 January 2013 17:43, by panchol

          Viva sudanshit & Mistress.
          Go back to school of English such that you learn Grammar and some other English Readers in order to be very constructive either in writing or speaking.
          NB: You better join your brothers on the other side of Sudan Tribune Arabic if other is too late for you to learn English.

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  • 27 January 2013 10:59, by master

    janobeen
    the foe brothers
    your nonsense wil never produce any thing
    keep dreaming as usual but facts will remain facts
    SPLM days numbered

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    • 27 January 2013 11:04, by ViVa Sudan

      Master i appreciate & love your comments but we have traitors like da so called Observer & Arman whho fight for white ppl now & before fought for 21 days Infidel gone to HELL GARANG FOR MONEY WE NEED TO SEND THEM TO HELL TOO.. LONG LIVE SUDAN & LOVERS OF OUR BELOVED LAND

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      • 27 January 2013 11:30, by zulu

        SWEET PUSSIES
        SUCH NAMES LIKE VIVA, AND MISTRESS ARE NAMES OF FAGS LIKE YOU. WHAT DO YOU UNDERSTAND OTHER THAN DICK IN YOUR BUTT? SOUTH SUDAN HAS TAUGHT YOU TO RESPECT THE COCKS, YOU ROACHES; AMBUSHES BY SPLA=N HAVE LED TO YOU FOLKS RUNNING AND LEAVING BEHIND VERY GOOD GUNS AND CARS IN NUBA MOUNTAINS AREAS.

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        • 27 January 2013 11:44, by master

          zulu
          kenyan gay
          cockroach
          enjoy your self

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      • 27 January 2013 11:32, by Ding Ding

        Viva,You have english problem go back to school and you will never take any one to hell unless you making sucide to your self.

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      • 27 January 2013 11:38, by master

        viva sudan
        i thought it’s our mission to send these insects to hell but they insist to do it alone so let them do it

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      • 27 January 2013 11:44, by Dinkawarrior

        ViVa Sudan???
        No doubt in our minds that you North Sudanese are the ones Killed our leader Dr. John Garang de Mabior as you just menttioned that your leaders send him to HELL!! It’s clear and understandable, we will get you very soon rather then later. According to Dr. Garang "Sudan will never be the same" Yes, it will never be! Because a lots of changes are coming from Darfur, Nuba, and Blue Nil

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      • 27 January 2013 11:52, by Dinkawarrior

        ViVa Sudan???
        We thanks God that you mentioned by your own Mouths that you KILLED our leader Dr. John Garang!! The only way to pay back is to join hands together with Darfur, South Kordofan, and Blue Nile in order to change this stupid government in Khartoum.

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        • 27 January 2013 18:49, by panchol

          Viva Sudanshit!
          Your Government assassinated Dr. Garang, ok! Arabs Jahalin killed many South Sufanese leaders,politicians, Graduates etc. but there will be the time for answering that.
          Who killed Leader William Deng Nhail ? answer= Sadiq El-mahadi when he was commanding army in Rumbek 1960s & 1970s.

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      • 27 January 2013 12:06, by Ding Ding

        Viva,or vi burst,It is good you mentioned the death of leader Dr John Garang that, you are responsible, remember revenge is painful then any thing and now revenge must be under way.

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      • 27 January 2013 13:33, by Observer

        Viva Sudan
        Yet again you prove just how uneducated and dumb you are.
        I am not a traitor or am I fighting for white people. You would be very surprised at what my work is in Khartoum.
        You along with the likes of Master, N Sudanese etc need to realise that S Sudan is not going to come back to Sudan and that both countries need each other economically whether both like it or not.

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      • 27 January 2013 13:33, by Observer

        Viva Sudan
        Yet again you prove just how uneducated and dumb you are.
        I am not a traitor or am I fighting for white people. You would be very surprised at what my work is in Khartoum.
        You along with the likes of Master, N Sudanese etc need to realise that S Sudan is not going to come back to Sudan and that both countries need each other economically whether both like it or not.

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        • 27 January 2013 13:36, by Observer

          Viva Sudan
          There are millions of Sudanese like me who are not ignorant, bigoted or hate the S Sudanese. We all just want to live in peace and to see our beloved country develop more and grow.
          Right now due to our corrupt, impotent leaders here in Khartoum we are going backwards and more and more countries ( including China and Russia) are getting tired of us. But of course you won;t read that.

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          • 27 January 2013 13:39, by Observer

            in any of the papers you read in Khartoum because the government doesn;t allow those kind of stories to be told- because if they did then the people would know the truth and finally know how incompetent they are.
            Im sure you and I just want what is best for Sudan but fighting a war with S Sudan is not good for either country

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            • 27 January 2013 13:41, by Observer

              Viva Sudan
              You probably aren;t able to understand what I wrote due to your low level of education.
              Maybe you will find someone who can translate it for you so you might try and understand.

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    • 27 January 2013 11:36, by Ding Ding

      SPLM never commited any crim but NCP have done it alot to its citizen and foreigners.
      SPLM is a party who librated the country from stupid Arab throgh arm.

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      • 27 January 2013 11:56, by master

        ding ding or ping pong
        hahahaa
        you came from kenyan border to sign CPA not juba or even nimoly
        don’t fool your self
        i know your sick mind painting rosy picture for you and for this reason no progress in south sudan becasue your imagnation upnormal
        gal by arm gal !!!

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        • 27 January 2013 12:16, by Aaban

          You can never go and make some researchers about their madness, you can just typing Sudan tribune and read their blasphemous cultures of Al Bendairya Al Dahashya clan of doom Ja’alin tribe of Hashemite coward muerderers who love power than God, they don’t have any shame in them, because they sold their soul to evil,
          Look how they talk without analysis

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  • 27 January 2013 11:41, by AUGUSTINO DENG

    Lord Jesus Christ, why don’t you give me a courage of being a president of South Sudan for just 3 months only? I cannot said that I will make everything perfect, but I can manage something at least that the Southern Sudanese people will like, I meant this for sure. Arabs from the North are just nothing. They are not so powerful or whatsoever.
    By Augustino Deng. Jech la mer from Tharpam.

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    • 27 January 2013 12:17, by Twic

      Augustino
      Don’t worries brother , they God will removed them from that’s kingdomship and gives us the right person , who will promote the youngone with a skill and knowledge abt the development ,& prosperiting of peace , hormony, and human rights,

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  • 27 January 2013 12:09, by pabaak

    failed talks with fake Arab in North is what I was wanted, and leadership of south Sudan are become aware of difficulty of negotiating with them,I and many other south Sudanese has been saying since that this negotiation is waste of money and time for us because jalaba in history has never been peace lover, there is no agreement they honored, may be only, the AL-bagez agreement signed between

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    • 27 January 2013 12:15, by pabaak

      Arabs invaders and three christian kingdoms in Sudan in 15th century, they honored because it give them leverage over christian kingdom, they singed because they were winners,this time will not be like Al-bagez agreement, these agreements are safe guarded by power. if they don’t agree for anything we know how to get it

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      • 27 January 2013 12:29, by master

        pabaak
        i thing you are eager to be slave again
        go to mosveni

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        • 27 January 2013 13:17, by pabaak

          Master
          Haahha, Haaah, you say we eager to be slave again, are you really thinking of enslaving others or you are fearing for your own survival, expect that things will not be Ok when we decide to take what’s belong to us by force

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      • 27 January 2013 12:49, by ViVa Sudan

        How are you gonna get it Insect ??? tell us begger if u don’t have u can’t porvide haaa ...

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  • 27 January 2013 14:37, by Pif Paf

    Well done Omer Albashir. I applaud the way you are handling the situation. We need to continue dealing with these insects with guns and warplanes, while we continue to increase our production in all area’s. The 3 year program is going smooth and we should continue this path. No more concessions for insects, leave the brave SAF to negotiate with drunk splm.

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  • 27 January 2013 16:07, by Mapuor

    Care should be taken to avoid two Sudans becoming a battle field on which racial war is fought.This development is embarrassing,Khartoum will take full responsibility for the looming war because once it start it will never stop and further fragmentation can not be ruled out in both countries.

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    • 27 January 2013 16:54, by Pif Paf

      You are mistaken to say Khartoum will take full responsibility. It was clear in the eyes of the world that south sudan was about to reignite war when spla naively invaded Heglieg and still continue to openly support SRF. Khartoum is keeping its cool for very long time now and it will not be blamed when it responds in kind.

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      • 28 January 2013 02:59, by Paulino Miabek de Minyiel.

        You got it right pif paf! We’re going back to panthou this time. Leave the support of the SPLA-N alone. Israel and Palestine will be better this time.

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    • 27 January 2013 17:56, by pabaak

      what’s John Garang has said is happening now, "Sudan will not be the same again", though they still thinking like nothing is happening, which is not surprise because this a typical of theirs, don’t admit defeat until finally find themselves in. How many times Jalaba has singing songs of South Sudan failure because of non oil revenue, forgetting their own problems, how much dollar in Khartoum

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      • 27 January 2013 18:01, by pabaak

        compared to Juba, very fact tells which is country is failing, what I know if we went in to claim our territories and there come rebels in west and South then Khartoum will not stays days without falling

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  • 29 January 2013 11:54, by jamesrafael

    Good work by the security forces. It is very important to guard the border as it will ensure stability in the region.
    seo services

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