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February 6, 2013 (KHARTOUM) - The Sudanese Revolutionary Front (SRF) has claimed that fighters of a Malian Islamist group have arrived in North Darfur state as they fled northern Mali after attacks by the French and Malian armies.

In a statement released on Tuesday, SRF spokesperson Abul Gasim Imam affirmed that members of Ansar Al-Dine group entered into the country through Al-Kufra, Libya, in full co-ordination with the Sudanese government and the North Darfur authorities.

Fighters from Al-Qaida in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM), mainly Algerians and Mauritanians plus Malian Tuareq rebel groups who demand regional autonomy and African Islamists from the Fulani ethnic group had taken the control of northern Mali since April 2012.

Ansar Al-Dine is composed of Malian Tuaregs led by Iyad Ag Ghali. The group which was present in all the northern Mali are seen are as host group of Al-Qaida fighters.

Imam further said the new comers stationed in Jebel Marey of Mulagat area 15 Kilometres north east of Kutum in North Darfur state.

He further said the alleged presence of the Malian group in western Sudan is a strong evidence of Sudan’s support for Al-Qaida and terrorism in the region.

Further, he called upon the UN and the international community to hunt the group down.

Sudan Liberation Movement of Minni Minnawi in a similar statement alleged that Sudanese and Libyan government are collaborating together in the operation and work to redeploy Ansar Al-Dine on the common border.

Khartoum and Tripoli agreed recently to form a joint force to monitor the border to prevent the smuggling of weapons and illegal immigration.

(ST)

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  • 6 February 2013 09:18, by Mohammed Ali 2

    Everyone on earth will understands that this is a very stupid lie!

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    • 6 February 2013 09:50, by Aaban

      Only the blasphemous criminal, airhead Jalain will not believe the truth, ,

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    • 6 February 2013 09:52, by Mack

      Give the reason why you believe so. Terrorism has no borders and North Sudan is globally known for her support to global terror groups and use of proxies in internal conflicts.

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    • 6 February 2013 09:52, by wang

      Mohammed Ali 2
      It’s already said in French newspapers, the Khartoum government did allow those rebels groups into their territory. You are the only one embarrassing himself on this forum by trying to deny the facts dude,

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    • 6 February 2013 10:08, by Pif Paf

      These so called SRF are getting more ridiculous by the day. It must be those Antinovs lurking in the skies above.
      The worlds best intelligence agencies are currently monitoring the Mali Islamist movements using all sorts of technology and here u have the SRF with an AK47 as their most advances piece of equipment acting like they know it all.

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      • 6 February 2013 12:48, by Majongdit

        pif paf,
        My brother, it is not what you think. They could not have managed to bring down mig29 fighters if only AK47 is there only advanced weapon. They have some terrible long range arttilleries and tanks.
        pif paf, if what you say is true, then why has it been difficult for SAF and its militias to defeat the small SPLM-N?
        SRF emerged stronger, now Sudan govt seeks support of Malian Islamists

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        • 6 February 2013 13:24, by Pif Paf

          Ya Majong,
          Dont be naive, which Mig 29 did they bring down? Can you show me any proof? The reason SAF cant defeat SPLM-N is because they retreat to South Sudan were they are supported by SPLA and SAF cannot pursue them due to international borders. However we will soon address this issue even if it means bombing Juba to rubble, or grass, whatever it is your houses are made out of.

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          • 6 February 2013 15:28, by Majongdit

            pif paf,
            SRF and their colleagues from SPLM-N are in Sudan in the areas of S. Kordofan and B. Nile. War on Juba will be akin to war Arab nations declared on Israel in 1967. According Arabs, Israel was all going to be in rubble, but after 6 days of war the Arabs suffered a huge huge loss in all aspects. And even worse, Israel extended its occupation to areas that were never contested at all

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          • 6 February 2013 15:30, by Majongdit

            pif paf,
            SRF and their colleagues from SPLM-N are in Sudan in the areas of S. Kordofan and B. Nile. War on Juba will be akin to war Arab nations declared on Israel in 1967. According Arabs, Israel was all going to be in rubble, but after 6 days of war the Arabs suffered a huge huge loss in all aspects. And even worse, Israel extended its occupation to areas that were never contested at all

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    • 6 February 2013 12:30, by daniell

      Mali Islamist groups which are allegiedly ally to Omar Albashir have arrived and settled in Darfur.Who are the terrorists? Killing your citizen and welcoming the another country rebels.The head of Au Dr Dlami won the renniassise on Africa affairs which say that we are in enlightment era and yet intense fight heap.

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    • 6 February 2013 14:43, by Marco A. Wek

      Mohamed Ali 2, you know my friend, there is a saying in Dinka which says, I cannot leave my child’s milk with someone who once upon a time was a thief. You can trust a thief no matter how much he or she is has given up stealing.
      Thatt is once a tterrorist will always be a terrorist, so stop lying that no one will believe this but only a twisted minded person of your kind will pretend not to believ

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    • 7 February 2013 08:49, by Othogomoi

      Mohammed 2
      When will you accept the truth, you are covered up with lies,
      hatred for human being.when will you Muslim brother respect God,those people you killing are created by God, if God does not want them, they will not being born on earth, have mercy on people as God has mercy on you.
      Give chance to people to repent as God give chances for us to repent and change our evil ways.

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  • 6 February 2013 09:45, by wang

    Khartoum government is evil-evil, the main purpose of hosting those different background Islamic groups (terrorism) are only to help them to fight SPLA. UN and that unless organization (AU) should keep their eyes on that remote desert’s next moves. Anyway someone will invade North Sudan soon if they did allow those rebels groups into their territory.

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    • 6 February 2013 10:02, by Robot

      No Panic at all,
      HOW MANY IRAQIS, IRANIANS, RUSSIANS KILLED OR DOWNED WITH GUNSHIPS OR ANTONOV BOMBING INNOCENT CIVILIANS????. WELCOME TO YOUR PARADISE RATHER BECAUSE I THINK MOST OF THIS TERRORISTS MIGHT BE BELIEVING WHEN YOU DIE OR GOT KILLED IN THE RICH SOUTH SUDAN THEN THE HIGHER ARE YOUR CHANCES OF GOING TO PARADISE!!!!. COME GET YOUR KEYS.

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  • 6 February 2013 10:10, by Northern Sudanese

    so those rebels came all the way from Mali crossing the borders of Niger , Chad and Libya without the french army knowing and without niger , chad and libyan army doing anything and crossed into North Darfur?
    lol, you guys need medical help! this lie wouldn’t be made up by Darfur rebels but its probably made up by ST and the insects controlling it lol

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    • 6 February 2013 10:53, by Robot

      How did Iranians, Iraqis and Russians find their way coming in as proxies??????, post reasonable questions.

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    • 6 February 2013 11:34, by Peter Mading

      They can make it since Islamist have conquered the Northern and Western parts of Africa. They could not come through Southern parts of Africa for the fear that they would all be captured.

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    • 6 February 2013 12:56, by Majongdit

      Northern Sudanese,
      It’s absurd, you don’t know what you are saying. How did these Islamists find themselves in Mali in the first place? These Islamists come from many terrorist nations and they received their training in secret locations in Sudan be4 they moved to Mali. On their way back, no one can stop them since Chad and Libya simply do what Sudan does.
      French interest is to see them leave Mal

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      • 6 February 2013 14:06, by Pif Paf

        Majong,
        So what are you saying exactly? Did the Mali Islamist come from Sudan or did they now Arrive in Sudan?
        And whats your proof? Its very easy to talk nonsense !!

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        • 6 February 2013 19:56, by kamal

          Time is coming for those who use Muslim name as a tool for promoting dictatorship n terrorism like Sudan. their asses will leakup by anti terrora this time round . live alone other Arab countries

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  • 6 February 2013 13:05, by Majongdit

    The French’s interest is not in pursuing these islamists; rather it’s to see them leave Mali to the Malian people.
    Northern Sudanese, you forgot that you conceded almost the life and beauty of once united to Sudan to these people you call insects? About 1/3 of the country gone and the other 1/3 in fighting with an ailing economy since 80% of oil went with the South. you are left with a dry desert

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    • 6 February 2013 13:39, by Pif Paf

      A dry desert is better than a Sudan with you guys. Our economy took a hit no doubt but its roots r too deep to collapse. Our economy is slowly but surely recovering. And tell me what did u gain from S.Sudan besides ethnic tension, cow stealing & rebellions? You still have no economy to start with.Despite our lose & your gain of the oil, look at our accomplishment since secession and look at yours

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      • 6 February 2013 15:37, by Majongdit

        pif paf,
        Some of the Islamist fighters in Mali are from Sudan, Iraq, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Palestine etc.
        One of the countries that hosted and facilitated their training is Sudan.
        After they have been deposed from Mali, one of their favorite destinations is Sudan.
        What they are coming to sudan for? We shall soon find out!

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      • 6 February 2013 15:48, by Majongdit

        what did we gain from S. Sudan? I give you only 3:
        1. we gained and owned a country call South Sudan
        2. we have restored our dignity; and proved ur perceptions wrong about our religions, culture and our way of life
        3. we are FREE! Agriculture is growing fast, rains are beautiful, everywhere is green, rivers flow,there’re breezes from the Lakes...and we all own that.We don’t share it imagine!

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        • 6 February 2013 18:51, by Nuer Empire

          Do we have any persons from our christian family in this group?No no no! Kill them all!! I must declare crusade wars against these terrorists! Death them all with their alies.
          Nuer Empire

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      • 6 February 2013 20:33, by Observer

        Pif Paf
        Put on your glasses and open your eyes.
        I assume that you do not live in Sudan as if you did you would know that we are suffering and our economy is not recovering.
        Look at the SDG versus the $US . It is now over 7 SDG to the $1.
        The UN has launched an appeal for $1billion for humanitarian reasons in Sudan. to try and stop the hunger, the poverty, the sickness, the lack of education.

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        • 6 February 2013 20:40, by Observer

          We have a budget deficit of close to $4billion,inflation is over 50%. Oh yes we have inaugurated the Rosaries dam, we have gold but we are importing electricity, sugar etc.
          Why don;t you go ask the Dam Implementation Unit in Khartou them just how much we owe in loans for the dam constructions. You will be horrified to find the total amount...

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          • 6 February 2013 20:48, by Observer

            We gave away in 2010 half the Gezira Scheme and now in return for Qatar;s money are going to give them the other half.
            We have sold the rights to a lot of the gold resources - very soon we will have nothing left to sell or give away and our economy will still be going backwards.
            Even our friend China is turning its back on us as they look towards other countries in Africa including S Sudan.

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