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Sudan expects oil production to reach 200,000 bpd in 2013

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February 14, 2013 (KHARTOUM) – Sudan will manage to boost its oil production to 200,000 barrels per day (bpd) by year end, a parliamentary committee member said on Thursday.

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A December 27 , 2012 file photo shows Sudan’s President Omar al-Bashir (C) inaugurating the Hadida oil field located on the border between East Darfur state and South Kordofan, the country’s main oil-producing area (Getty Images)

In statements to Sudan’s official news agency (SUNA), MP Babiker Mohamed Tom, who sits on the economic committee at the national assembly, praised the oil ministry’s exploration efforts across the country.

The lawmaker also lauded the ministry for building airports, roads and hospitals in the states where it is operating. He pointed out that oil played an instrumental role in developing the petroleum sector allowing for the creation of a large pool of qualified engineers and geologists who worked in Chinese and Malaysian companies.

These companies supported the country’s finances through their payment of corporate taxes, he said.

Tom pointed out that oil exports accounted for 91% of Sudan’s national income until South Sudan’s secession in July 2011 after which this figure dropped to 10%.

The East African country, which currently pumps 136,000-140,000 bpd, lost three-quarters of its output when South Sudan seceded. The drop in oil, its main source of budget and trade revenues, has thrown its economy into turmoil.

Sudan had originally planned to reach 180,000 bpd by the end of the 2012, but its major Heglig oilfield was damaged during a brief occupation by South Sudan’s army and border fighting between the two countries last April.

Several oilfields were inaugurated over the last few months in Sudan which added around 20,000 barrels to the daily production.

In a related issue Tom praised the recent deal to export Chadian oil through Sudan saying it will create new job opportunities and bring a new source of hard currency.

The agreement was announced during a visit by Chadian president Idriss Deby to Khartoum earlier this month where he met with Sudan’s Omer Hassan al-Bashir. No details were given about the terms and logistics of the arrangement.

A year ago, South Sudan shut down its entire oil output of 350,000 barrels per day after failing to agree on export and transit fees with Khartoum.

Sudan was counting on the transit fees to plug part of the budget hole created by the country’s partition.

(ST)

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  • 15 February 2013 03:49, by master

    that’s right
    it’s just matter of time

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    • 15 February 2013 03:57, by master

      oil fields known world wide to be in desert lands that means when find it in bush area it’s matter of luck no more

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      • 15 February 2013 04:03, by zulu

        Mistress! There is nothing believable coming from the NCP. They said, they have biggest sugar factory, gold, cows, dam, but all are just a fuss. So, you folks can make a lot of noise but mean nothing since we know the NCP is a bunch of liars

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        • 15 February 2013 08:13, by Northern Sudanese

          mrs zulu
          it seems like your jealous! the biggest sugar factory will make the country sugar self sufficient which is a big achievement, it will cut billions of import by 2014 when it reaches full capacity! your oil created a 4 billion gap, today with gold we covered 2.5 billion of it! We know its painfull to realise , but development is ongoing while you remain in the stone age raiding cows!

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      • 15 February 2013 04:04, by zulu

        Mistress! There is nothing believable coming from the NCP. They said, they have biggest sugar factory, gold, cows, dam, but all are just a fuss. So, you folks can make a lot of noise but mean nothing since we know the NCP is a bunch of liars

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        • 15 February 2013 04:20, by master

          shut up your latrine gay

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        • 15 February 2013 06:06, by kamal

          Mr zulu u right they are liares liars khartoum want to confusing n deceive the commonman in the north. (1) ok which international company is dealing with this oil? (2) what is the name of company? (3)and when will the oil go to world market ?

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      • 15 February 2013 04:41, by Chol

        Sudan should stop propaganda of lies; what 200,000 barrels? The oil that Darfur rebels are fighting to stop happening! Darfur people are back to where South Sudanese were during their liberation, when their oil were being use by Sudan to buy weapons to killed Southerners. Darfurs are very well aware now that their oil is not going to be exploited and used to buy weapons to kill their people.

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        • 15 February 2013 04:49, by master

          chol
          south sudanese killing themselves alone now

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    • 15 February 2013 09:13, by okucu pa lotinokwan

      You want to start stealing the Oil of South Kordofan imposible Guys or you will pay it dearly.
      OKUCU PA LOTINOKWAN

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  • 15 February 2013 06:08, by George Bol

    Sudan, cry harder for the gone oil. You have been looting our oil and used it for ur own used for decades but the owners reclaimed it now. We South Sudan need that heglig oil field or else destroy it when eventuality occur.It just a matter of time fro SPLA to enter to heglig and even Khartoum.

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    • 15 February 2013 06:13, by master

      bol
      we will not allow your oil to pass through our pure land
      don’t fool your poor mind

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      • 15 February 2013 07:03, by Nuer Empire

        Master:Do you believe this news? It is a morning lia the NAtional CRiminal PArty(NCP).We have no intention of using your contaminated pipelines.
        The Nuer Empire

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        • 15 February 2013 08:16, by Northern Sudanese

          Nuer Empire
          no1 told you to use them, we want you to starve to death! this is the same you who said that gold will do nothing as gold already covered 2.5 billion of the 4 billion oil gap! you don’t have to use our pipes, you can remain in the stone age raiding cows and showering under urine as long as you want :)

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    • 15 February 2013 08:19, by Northern Sudanese

      George Bol
      you can remain dreaming, the 4 billion gap is nearly fully covered! we just got 1.3-1.5 billion to cover in order to fill that gap created by your shithole! SPLA couldn’t do shit when we took Abyei, SPLA couldn’t do shit when we kicked their butts in heglig! SPLA couldn’t even feed more than halve its people, keep those empty threats to yourself!

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  • 15 February 2013 07:38, by Bentiu Elite

    This is a BIG lie , Our SPLA FORCES should be careful along the BORDER. Omer Bashir will steal our OIL and SAY they are producing 200,000 bpd . Let us be careful with these thieves!!!

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  • 15 February 2013 08:25, by Northern Sudanese

    we were supposed to hit 180,000 barrels by 2012 anyway,but the insects disrupted us in Heglig and made us hit 150,000 instead!
    anyway, oil isn’t that important any longer! south sudan only created a $4 billion gap to the economy by taking 75% of the oil, today the government covered $2.5 billion of that with gold exports! agriculture will now also make billions in the next years due to new dams :)

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    • 15 February 2013 09:07, by mohamed mahgoub

      We r tired of this - next - year story how long is the - one year- is it the 12 months period as we all know it or 20 years lool

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      • 15 February 2013 09:34, by Northern Sudanese

        mohamed mahgoub
        tired of hearing the progress? you shouldn’t hear it anyway! stop pretending to be northern sudanese, you are south sudanese so go back and drink some cow urine!

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        • 15 February 2013 10:27, by Pinyin Gatkuoth

          NorthSudane your boring wards is only cow Urin every day?

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          • 15 February 2013 11:49, by Northern Sudanese

            Pinyin Gatkuoth
            same as boring words of thieves, the truth hurts doesn’t it urine drinker?

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      • 15 February 2013 11:19, by mohamed mahgoub

        It is not abig deal where am I from ,we been told of - next year ! - since 1989 now after 20+ yrs we end up with acountry half of it is gone for good with 80% of the wealth & war(s) in 60% of what is left of it ,I don’t care if u believe I’m sudanese or not cuz nothing left to be proud of ,hope u & ur NCP masters enjoy killing ur own pple & looting their riches lool.

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        • 15 February 2013 11:53, by Northern Sudanese

          mohamed mahgoub
          you are a south sudanese pretending to be northern, yes it does matter because you keep saying ’’we’’, there is no we its me vs you! yes here is no pride in being south sudanese there is a lot of pride in being north sudanese, from history to development! i told you that we covered 75% of that oil loss already but because your southerner your tears will never stop!

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        • 15 February 2013 11:55, by Northern Sudanese

          Mohamed
          you are not north sudanese, stop using our names and pretending to be north sudanese! we know its a shame being south sudanese, no development no progress only urine showers and cattle raids!

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          • 15 February 2013 12:57, by mohamed mahgoub

            Idont see any of being south sudanese I wish I woke one day find my self a cross the border any where out side this shithole called sudan, this bring me to my persisting u been illuding to answer what prove u have that u r a sudanese ?

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            • 15 February 2013 14:09, by Northern Sudanese

              inta wad al haram, ta3al lai fie al khartoum fie al muhandisein,wallai akasir leik rasak al ma nafe3 da! ya sharmoot ya ibn alsharmoota :D

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              • 15 February 2013 23:46, by mohamed mahgoub

                Inta Lo aawiz dug taleni fie alkhala hinak fie aljamoaia garib ma fie alhilla jenb abok wa akhawtak wa aomuk Inta Lo Sudani mutrebi kuis almufruit ma tistamul kalimat bitaat shawria zi de abok harami dismal fie almuhansien ma warak aladab ala nas Albashir jabok min bara ajru lake hinak wa adok computer tashatim beho Alnas almuhatermeen awlad albalad

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            • 15 February 2013 17:10, by sudani ana

              MM
              Northern Sudanese has already proven that he IS Sudanese through his Patriotism, loyalty and love for Sudan, things that you have nothing off, thats why we KNOW that you are South Sudanese pretending to be Sudanese.
              Ana Sudani Ana

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              • 16 February 2013 00:03, by mohamed mahgoub

                ASA. patriotism is not by talking is by action,if so the so called Jalabi is more sudanese than u and me,but u may know he is not ,what difference it will make if I’m SS ,Sudan still the worst place to live for any decent human being securely that is why third of its land broke away - SS- and half of it pple- what is left of it- roaming & wandering allover the globe seeking asylum for the best

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    • 15 February 2013 11:28, by Pif Paf

      You are right brother, were progressing economically on many fronts. MAJOR Project’s completed/to be completed during the 3 year economic program:
      1.Atbara & Setit Dam
      2.Heightening of Rossier Dam
      3.Khartoum Gold Refinery
      4.White Nile + S.Darfur + Sinnar Sugar Factories
      5.Western Salvation Road + connecting to Chad
      6.High Speed Rail Network connecting PortSudan-Atbara-Khartoum

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      • 15 February 2013 11:29, by Pif Paf

        7.Increasing Oil Production to 300K b/d by 2014 (with existing Oil Wells)
        8.Increasing Livestock exports to $ 1 billion
        9.Attracting Huge Arab Funds for Strategic Agriculture projects
        10.And the most important of all peace in Darfur Inshallah.
        Mashallah & Alhamdulilah .. And we are very grateful to Allah for his blessing.

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  • 15 February 2013 08:32, by master

    as we dug out your oil we too capable to get our oil and increase it but you can’t increase what we made for you with signal barrel
    as we made SPLM and consider them as human we will destroy and burn them to ash as rotten body
    soon.you will moan
    BAD LUCK

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  • 15 February 2013 09:54, by wang

    Good luck to thieves if they shall be able to manage to produce 200,000 bpd in 2013. They will overexploit (overuse their oil) and the next following years would all starves to death.

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    • 15 February 2013 11:56, by Northern Sudanese

      wang
      you don’t know what you saying, no wonder you people got the highest illiteracy rate in the world!

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      • 15 February 2013 16:51, by zulu

        Mistress, North and Pitied Pat. You folks are those people Jesus called, rich fool, who build a castle in the air. In order to commence mega projects such as the NCP has announced, there has to be capital. It is plain an simple. If Nigeria that has far exceeded the NCP’s dream does not and has not developed mega projects in one single year, then a wise Sudanese has to ask them, how they did that.

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      • 15 February 2013 16:52, by zulu

        Mistress, North and Pitied Pat. You folks are those people Jesus called, rich fool, who build a castle in the air. In order to commence mega projects such as the NCP has announced, there has to be capital. It is plain an simple. If Nigeria that has far exceeded the NCP’s dream does not and has not developed mega projects in one single year, then a wise Sudanese has to ask them, how they did that.

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        • 15 February 2013 17:05, by Northern Sudanese

          mrs zushit
          what has nigeria got to do with this? since when did anyone here care about Nigeria???
          we got 2 mega dams , huge factories , infrastructure and more! we generate more electricity than entire Nigeria!
          you assholes down there can’t even built a simple pipe :D

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        • 15 February 2013 17:08, by Northern Sudanese

          mrs zushit
          now that you got your lovely oil, tell us what major development has been accomplished in south sudan since independence :)

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  • 15 February 2013 09:55, by Pif Paf

    Oil exploration in Sudan has been very weak in the past, due to both strategic & political motives. Up until now less than 10% of Sudan has been explored yet with promising results. The 3 year economic program introduced by the GOS is into its second year & progressing as planned. By 2014 oil, agriculture, gold & livestock alone will make the economy exceed pre-seccession boom.
    Good Work Sudan !!

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    • 15 February 2013 11:58, by Northern Sudanese

      Pif Paf
      lol , cotton a lone if produced at the same rate like in 1970 will exceed the money coming from oil pre secession , all thats needed is to awaken Gezira scheme again!

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      • 15 February 2013 13:56, by mohamed mahgoub

        Whose gonna buy this cotton ? Lool I’m still waiting the prove that u r sudanese ,however it take a great amount of bravery to claim to be sudanese given the fact that it a place full of miseries & deformities ?just waiting......

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        • 15 February 2013 14:07, by Northern Sudanese

          i know its a shame being south sudanese , need to survive without doctors, need to hide from drunk police , need to survive on outdated food, need to shower under cow urine ect...... its a big shame :D
          the same people who used to buy our cotton in the 70’s will buy it in the next 4 years! countries such as UK! in 1969 , 9% of global cotton exports came from sudan!

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          • 15 February 2013 14:23, by mohamed mahgoub

            Wow u didn’t answer my quest. yet please stop mentioning this cow urine thing cuz in nuba mount. they a soupe from a mixture of cow urine & cow Shit ,they kept it in an air tight pot to be fermented over extended period of time ,its so delicious that u have to be very special guest to be served to u - mulah korondo- so they shower with it we eat it ,that is if u consider the nuba sudanese & still.

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            • 15 February 2013 17:02, by Northern Sudanese

              mohamed mahgoub
              keep your imaginations to yourself, it would be great if you managed to prove a simple sentence of what you say, but you can’t anyway! your illiterate and your shithole has the highest illiteracy rate in the world, thats why your likes love showering under cow Urine :D

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              • 15 February 2013 17:19, by sudani ana

                Mohamed Mahjoub
                Northern Sudanese has already proven that he IS Sudanese through his Patriotism, loyalty and love for Sudan, things that you have nothing off, thats why we KNOW that you are South Sudanese pretending to be Sudanese.
                Ana Sudani Ana

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              • 15 February 2013 20:07, by master

                northern sudanese
                good
                but note these monkeys using cow pee to bleach their face and at the same time they call them selves pure african
                look
                ordeal
                they are raving because they are in desprate needs of oil passing to port sudan
                no way
                we enjoying your slow death
                BAD LUCK deep from my heart

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  • 16 February 2013 03:44, by chromebars

    To all. My mouth dropped in dismay after reading so much hatred being sent between Africans (YES African’s no matter if you have an Islamic or Christian or Animist background). For too long we Africans have fort amongst ourselves, draining our precious blood, whilst the rest of the world looks on and laughs in our faces. The Europeans & Americans have washed their hands of us and have enough...

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  • 16 February 2013 03:50, by chromebars

    ...and have enough problems of their own. The Chinese..well all they want is their raw commodities and as long as they get it, all of Africa can go up in smoke and its people turn to dust. You are all fighting a war that is irrelevant in the context of the world which will use and abuse you, because you a week; both mentally, physically and spiritually. These are the fruits of hatred, war....

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    • 16 February 2013 03:55, by chromebars

      and fear. Yes Africans are not perfect and like other peoples we have our differences but which continent continues to keep itself in perpetual states of conflict. We have no one else to blame but our selves now. South Sudanese or North Sudanese (Muslim, Christian or Animist) if you continue to see the differences between you you will miss the much larger commonalities and the interdependence for.

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      • 16 February 2013 04:00, by chromebars

        ...we are all made in the image of the creator (yes ladies and gentlemen); we are all created for the same purpose and the same will drives us. It is the differences that allow us to experience life. But if you allow these differences (cultural, religious, social, economical etc) of overcome these fundamentals you will be consumed with hatred because your fellow man is perceived to be "other"....

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        • 16 February 2013 04:05, by chromebars

          ...and not the "same". Thus you will kill him, heart him and do all other inhumane things to him without realising that you are inflicting these things on someone that is fundamentally the "same" as you. This the the principle of duality that underpins human existence and is the TRUE source of the hatred that I have been reading in your comments. Stop talking for one second and open your eyes!!!

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          • 16 February 2013 04:34, by mohamed mahgoub

            Chromebars I realy like what u said & respect it very much, but how to convence my felow countrymen who striped me of my of my identity just cuz I don’t agree with their sweet dreams ,reality is we now sliped into a situation where we have to fight for ourlives its not just preaching for human values as it said in holy books - I mean inside what is left of greater Sudan-

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            • 17 February 2013 13:31, by chromebars

              Hi Mohamed. The values that I speak about are the lost values of an ancient east African spiritual system before the religions of Christianity and Islam (which carry some of these values)entered Africa. Africans practiced these values and it was once a "reality". If it was once so, it can be again. These Ancient Africans had to deal with the same dilemmas that we face today and will always face...

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              • 17 February 2013 13:36, by chromebars

                ..."how to relate to other humans and form a unified family, community, country and planet". This challenge may seam abstract and difficult but the question is a hierarchical once since the solution to the fist part i.e "who to relate to another human" is the answer to all the rest since at its source is the answer about relationships......

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                • 17 February 2013 13:44, by chromebars

                  ....and how to unify aspects that are different or more importantly "seam" to be different.
                  Without going into the details of this Ancient African spiritual system; note: IT IS NO A RELIGION i.e an organisation and structure to control access to spiritual wisdom but an individual pursuit much like Hinduism and Buddhism. I will address your own statements as an example...

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                  • 17 February 2013 13:51, by chromebars

                    ...1) you are personally are aggrieved by your fellow countrymen of stripping you off your Sudanese Identity.
                    Answer: This is actually a very central point and a fundamental question since it poses the question of "Identity" i.e "who am I". Every human needs this identity for a variety of reasons but they all fall into "most of the time" an external validation of themselves. Our Ancient African..

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                    • 17 February 2013 13:58, by chromebars

                      ...philosophers (YES everyone, we had philosophy before Plato and Aristotle were even born) who developed this spiritual system and resolved this issue. The human by its very nature, as part of his creation and as part of the tree of life that inhabits the earth, along with other life forms has an external identity and an inner one. The external one is formed over time as we grow and is....

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                      • 17 February 2013 14:07, by chromebars

                        ..."programed" into us by our family, our community and our country. This is our human "cultural systems", which are diverse in nature and have evolved over time and will continue to do so. Our "inner" identity (and this may be very shocking and controversial) this that of the "creator". note; I did not say like the creator but "the creator". This is different from most of our teachings since....

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                        • 17 February 2013 14:14, by chromebars

                          the "abrahamic" religions’ concept of the creator is that of an entity which is external to us, but is similar to concepts espoused in Buddhism and Hinduism (there are reasons for why this is but I will not go into these at this point)The key thing to not is that having a dual identity is not some mistake but the will of the creator and is a consequence from the very act and reason for creation...

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                          • 17 February 2013 14:21, by chromebars

                            ...which was for the creator to experience existence through difference since it is alone and there is no other but the creator. Through the act of creation (which African philosophers have conceived through their world view and cosmology) revealed through a method know as the "tree of life" the creator enable the existence of the objective universe, and everything that the universe has created...

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                            • 17 February 2013 14:26, by chromebars

                              ...including life forms and intelligent ones at that such as humans who can fully comprehend nature vie the sciences, mathematics and engineering and technology and also the arts. There is NO incompatibility between this Ancient African spiritual system and science at all since the laws of nature were brought into existence for a reason. Obviously this reason can not be measured and is thus not...

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                              • 17 February 2013 14:48, by chromebars

                                ...in the domain of the sciences but philosophy. Having explained that you and I have two identities it is for each person to search and re-unite (the true meaning of the word religion) with the creator (these method of re-unification were practiced by these ancient Africans and be practice again). The reason why you feel aggrieved with your fellow Sudanese is that you only perceive your.....

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                                • 17 February 2013 14:54, by chromebars

                                  ...your external identity and thus obviously value it and will defend it; some will fight and even kill when this identity;they perceive it being threatened. This is the lack of understanding that you have, and most humans about their true "inner identity". The truly amazing consequence of not only recognising this but practicing this spiritual system our Ancient African bother and sisters gave...

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                                  • 17 February 2013 15:01, by chromebars

                                    ..to us and the rest of humanity is that fundamentally we are all the "same" since there is only one creator and of which we are all part of and as such share in its wisdom, power and creativity and the differences are superficial; needed as part of the act of creation to allow the creator to experience itself; since there is no "other" creator. The "reality" is that the universe....

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                                    • 17 February 2013 15:07, by chromebars

                                      ...the life within it, and humanity ARE unified. Only when man raises his level of consciousness which begins when each person takes advantage of the gift that our Ancient African bothers and sisters have given us, to concur this miss-perception, that man will begin to re-unit with himself.
                                      I am on this journey along with others and it is why I can write about the "real issues" facing Sudan...

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                                      • 17 February 2013 15:12, by chromebars

                                        ... and its bothers in the south, and why I can take your comments and hopefully make you understand that the value that you place on your external "Sudanese" identity is important but needs to be complemented with your inner one. This will allow you to see through the anger displayed by your countrymen and rise above it in wisdom and not ignorance. So this is not airy-fairy ideas that are...

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                                        • 17 February 2013 15:17, by chromebars

                                          to be stated in a mermen, but deal with issues that real men and women face every day in the "real" world. This is why our Ancient African bother and sisters that founded the cultivation of re-unification with the creator made it a active system that MUST be practice by the individual in the context of his own struggles and not from a pall-pit by an preacher or Imam.

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