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Sudan reiterates sovereignty over disputed Abyei region

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May 18, 2018 (KHARTOUM) - Sudan’s permanent envoy to the United Nations Omer Dahab called on South Sudan government to engage with Khartoum and the African Union seriously to speed up the formation of administrative institutions in the disputed Abyei region.

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The Misseriya staged a protest against an African Union-backed proposal that excluded them from participating in a referendum on the future of Abyei outside the UN and AU headquarters in Khartoum on 28 November 2012 (Photo: Reuters)

Speaking before the UN Security Council’s session on the Interim Security Force for Abyei (UNISFA) on Wednesday, Dahab said “Abyei will remain an integral part of the Sudanese national territory”, stressing the Sudanese government will exercise its full sovereignty over the area.

He said all partners should exert concerted efforts to promote security and stability in Abyei, pointing to the need to refrain from taking any actions that may destabilize the situation in the region.

On Wednesday, the United Nations Security Council unanimously adopted the resolution extending the mandate of UNISFA until 15 May next year, saying the current situation is a serious threat to international peace.

Ownership of Abyei, a border region disputed by Sudan and South Sudan, remained contentious after the world’s youngest nation split from Sudan in 2011.

There is no joint administration between Sudan and South Sudan, as the Ngok Dinka refuse the formation of Abyei Area Administration and the Legislative Council. Instead, they call to hold a referendum without the Sudanese pastoralist Misseriya.

Now there are two committees one for the Misseriya appointed by the Sudanese government and another for the Ngok Dinka appointed by Juba government.

On 27 June 2011, the Security Council, by its resolution 1990, responded to the urgent situation in Abyei by establishing the UNISFA.

UNISFA’s establishment came after Sudan’s government and the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement (SPLM) reached an agreement in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, to demilitarise Abyei and let Ethiopian troops monitor the area.

The Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA) provides that the contested territory remains part of the north until the organisation of a referendum determines its fate.

The difference over who will participate in the referendum prevents the two countries from holding the agreed referendum.

However, the Dinka Ngok organised a unilateral referendum from 27to 29 October 2013 to say they want to join the Republic of South Sudan.

Khartoum, Juba, the African Union and the international community refused to recognise the outcome of the vote.

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  • 19 May 02:05, by Khent

    The North has every right to claim Abyei, and this is by virtue of its considerable military advantage; an advantage that Salva Kiir has done everything to enable and extend. Territories like Kafia Kingi and Abyei will remain under Khartoum’s control as long as they hold the military advantage...

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  • 19 May 05:55, by jur_likang_a_ likan’g

    Unless Sudanese government intends to attack the weak nation of South Sudan under Kiir, Abyei issue is not a point from which aggression should be pursued because the land and her people have history. History archives must be found to determine the resolution of the subject matter. Abyei should not be watershed for attack on Juba and eventual take over of South Sudan. Kiir failed South Sudan.

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    • 19 May 08:28, by Khent

      jur_likang_a_ likan’g

      What archives do you think are required to resolve this issue? And why do you think historical documents have’nt already been referenced and employed? Khartoum has rightly concluded that the determining factor is power; this means that historical archives or rulings by international courts are essentially worthless..

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      • 19 May 09:37, by Khent

        ..and this is precisely why Khartoum continues to occupy Kafia Kingi despite the fact that Kafia Kingi (unlike Abyei) is internationally recognised as part of South Sudan. Might is right in this world, and Khartoum has significantly increased the military gap due to Salva Kiir’s stupidity, incompetance, corruption, nepotism and myopia.

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        • 19 May 22:08, by jur_likang_a_ likan’g

          Khent,

          At this I totally agree with you. Kiir is the reason Jallaba want spit on the nation of South Sudan. He used diverging political opinions as a provocation for civil war. He is a disgrace to South Sudan. The absolute power he has makes him mad to the extent he thinks the nation is his property.

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  • 19 May 06:07, by Lenin Bull

    Sudan with western conspiracy is trying to provoke premature war between South Sudan and Sudan knowing quiet well South Sudan is currently engaged with myriads of rebellions and economic hardships and hence would win that war. The government of South Sudan should not accept that war now.

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  • 19 May 06:10, by Lenin Bull

    The government of South Sudan should ignore this womanish threats from Sudan over Abiei and concentrate on either militarily defeating the Khartoum proxies and rebels in South Sudan first, or sign peace with them. Then later we march to Abiei and fight it out not talks and see who win Abiei. Sudan is weak and in disarray compared to SSudan!

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    • 19 May 06:27, by jur_likang_a_ likan’g

      Lenin Bull,

      You people are idiots. Now what do you say? Was SPLA made to annihilate South Sudanese of different political persuasion? Now the sovereignty of the country and 2005 CPA is under threat what do you say? You failed to build national cohesion and called non Dinka citizens names. Can you Dinkas alone defend South Sudan? The reason Jallaba said you can not run even a village is real.

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      • 19 May 10:00, by Khent

        jur_likang_a_ likan’g

        Do you realise how just hollow your attempts at tribal insult sound right now? You’re from a tribe that allied with Khartoum from 91 until your return in 2004-6... so allow me to invite you to contemplate the damage that was wrought by that alliance; Khartoum was able to purchase billions of dollars in advanced weaponry due to the fact that over 50, 000...

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        • 19 May 10:07, by Khent

          ..Nuer militiamen assisted Khartoum in capturing and holding the oilfields. It was this point that the military balance shifted overwhelmingly in Khartoum’s favour; hundreds of thousands of people died as a result, so don’t even try to claim the moral high ground. The Dinka have completely failed South Sudan; we have betrayed, mismanaged, impoverished, weakened and humiliated the country...

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          • 19 May 10:44, by Khent

            ..but the Nuer are not in a position to condemn others considering what they did and the destructive role they played during the North-South war. I can accept condemnation from any other tribe, but I will reject your input at every turn.

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    • 19 May 11:00, by jubaone

      Lenin Fool
      The Kiirminal did not recognize the 2012 Abyei referendum and unequivocally disowned the Abyeians who have melted away to Khartoum or dashed to idle as squatters in Equatoria. Abyei is now empty and Khartoum can logically "own" it. Rather than mobilize the "mighty jienge warriors" to liberate Abyei, these cum warriors have cowardly turned into a bunch of lawless rapists, thugs and

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      • 19 May 11:08, by jubaone

        ..criminals or unknown gunmen incapable of doing anything sensible. Neither Nuers, Equatorians nor any other Junubin will ever waste time to shed blood again for a ludicrous and worthless cause where jienges will later claim " we liberated Abyei", no. Jienges must not flee to Equatoria and sit under trees and expect the rest will do the dirty job. Abyei is gone. Bye bye 🙋.

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        • 19 May 12:55, by Khent

          Jubaone

          I understand where you’re coming from and I completely agree; the Dinka have inexplicably displayed their "bravery" against their own countrymen while doing nothing to confront the people that have taken their own lands. I don’t want a single non-Dinka to die for our lands; we can do it on our own and would only require your neutrality.

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    • 19 May 13:10, by ThaGoblin

      Yeah... that won’t happen for the next 40 years, by then you would’ve just recovered from your current war. By then if sudans growth continues we’ll be way outta your reach militarily and economically. South sudan is just a blink away from being like somalia with kirr being your most powerful warloRd. I’m not speaking from a biased point of view this is reality bruh

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      • 19 May 15:05, by Khent

        Goblin

        You’re entitled to your confidence and the time-frame that you’ve set for yourself; the Nazis had the same confidence and the belief that their Reich would last for a thousand years. When that death-deserving, joke of a ’President’ is removed, we will build a Nation capable of defending itself and reclaim all our fathers lands.

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        • 20 May 17:56, by ThaGoblin

          Khent
          Nope this is no confidence its logic. you’re confident that after this leader you’ll be able to rise from the ashes and everything but you speak as if you’re a superior race talking about reclaiming your fathers land. so tell me when will the native americans raclaim their fathers land? answer is never. you have to learn how this world operates and its through money.

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        • 20 May 18:02, by ThaGoblin

          So tell me how will a basically failed state suddenly establish basic institutions to function properly in a short amount of time? remember you are landlocked, even if you have more resources then congo tell me how are you going to fair better then them? lets say you are able to find peac and start exporting whatevers on your mind. remember other countries will charge for whatever you export/impor

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          • 21 May 18:03, by Khent

            ThaGoblin

            Superior race? That’s the legacy of your ’Arab’ people, not mine. You’re projecting, mate. In psychological terms, projectionism is when someone projects their own noxious qualities onto someone else, and then censures the recipient for now apparently possessing those noxious qualities.

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            • 21 May 18:06, by Khent

              You’re treating both situations as identical? You’re comparing us to Native Americans? I had no idea that you had completely conquered our entire homeland and that we’re merely existing on scattered, very small reserves without so much as the possibility of ever mounting a response to the world’s premier power — the hyper-power that is the United States. Is that where you are comparitively?

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              • 21 May 18:11, by Khent

                Oh, really, the world operates on money? I had no idea. ROFL! I’m aware of what my country has and how it could be properly exploited for economic gain. Through just using its oil resource (even semi-properly) South Sudan can have a far larger budget than the North, and a significant portion of that would go to the military.

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                • 21 May 18:13, by Khent

                  Being land-locked in the 21st century is not a death-knell - especially now that regional blocks have formed and are systematically removing all obstacles to free trade - including tarrifs. If we were to export oil through Kenya, we would be charged a far more reasonable rate — one that is in keeping with international norms.

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                  • 21 May 18:50, by Khent

                    I did not provide a specific time-frame for when we could actually reclaim our lands other than that it would be at the heels of Salva Kiir’s departure. Salva Kiir is a murderous clown and his stupidity, ignorance, corruption, incompetance and myopia has engendered violent competition over power and State resources among the ’elite’ and has weakened South Sudan...

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                    • 21 May 18:52, by Khent

                      ..The drop in oil prices, the war induced drop in oil production and the obscene transit fees (10x the international rate) that the death-deserving traitors inked with Khartoum, are also contributing factors. It seems insurmountable but all of this can be addressed in a time-frame that would allow us to at least keep up economically and militarily with the North...

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                      • 21 May 18:53, by Khent

                        ..Peace is the obvious precondition; it is only with peace that we can utilise our resources and build a military that can make occupation untenable or terribly costly at the very least.

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                        • 21 May 18:56, by Khent

                          When peace is restored, there will be no need to continue exporting oil through the North and being liable to pay Khartoum $1.3 billion dollars in ’debt’. Juba should expedite the Agreement it inked with Ethiopia to provide petroleum products via a road directly linking Ethiopia to South Sudan’s largest oilfields; Ethiopia imports $2.8 billion in refined petroleum products annually.

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                          • 21 May 18:59, by Khent

                            ..The alternative pipeline is estimated to cost around $5 billion, and just 3 years of revenue from that is all that is required to build the alternative pipeline through Kenya.

                            ..and when our largest (and not yet exploited) oil blocks (Block B & E) are brought on line, we can significantly increase our oil exports without subsidizing Khartoum’s occupation of our lands.

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                            • 21 May 19:00, by Khent

                              .Block B is over 120, 000 km2 and its vast deposits have not been added to our active production; Block B is so large that it has been split into multiple blocks. The other un-utilized block is Block E and it covers all of Bahr el Ghazal. Each one of these blocks dwarf our current active blocks in Upper Nile State and Unity State.

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                              • 21 May 19:00, by Khent

                                These large Blocks should only be activated once the alternative pipeline has been completed. The alternative pipeline should have been completed years before independence but greed, corruption and myopia prevented this exceedingly important task from being achieved.

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                                • 21 May 19:01, by Khent

                                  This is precisely why it’s absolutely essential that the morons in Juba stop the war and put an end to the suffering of our people and actually commit to improving their lives.

                                  Also, all talk pertaining to splitting Khartoum’s $50 billion dollar debt should be immediately shelved. The debt is none of our concern and is one of the few good things to have come out of the North-South war.

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  • 19 May 06:37, by Mayendit

    Mr. Omar Dahab
    You are playing fire again, don’t just thinking that, your government have bought six jets fighters or simply saying, Sudan will defeated SPLA because of having internal conflicts. Firs, Sudan is not free in term of internal problems. You have Darfur, Nubia, Blue Nile etc. second, Abyei will never be Northern Sudan period. Third, claiming Abyei may cause more others break away N.S

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    • 19 May 11:19, by jubaone

      Mayendit,
      Yours are empty claims and utterances of a loser desperately clinging onto forgone glorious times. Khartoum has its boots on the ground, you don’t have any. Militarily, the jienge regime is weak, financially broke and has no concrete reason to start war over Abyei. Jienge nyors and scumbags are busy looting, stealing and raping defenceless women and teenage girls. That’s all they can do.

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    • 19 May 13:34, by ThaGoblin

      Maydett
      Sudan isnt provoking you because they bought they bought 6 jets. those jets are actually trainer aircraft to train airforce pilots and can be repurposed for military missions. And while the airforce is getting better trained you will face the high precision bombers and 4th gen fighter jets we already acquire if you ever plan on threatening sudans security.

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      • 19 May 15:49, by Khent

        ThaGoblin

        Might is right in this world, and Juba’s obscene failure to at least temper corruption for the sake of military strength and deterrence is the most unforgivable crime of their many crimes. I respect you for investing so much into your military, and if I was in Salva’s position — I would pursue the same objective but with far more intensity...

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        • 19 May 16:00, by Khent

          Our fathers lands are beyond our reach due to the vices and failures of corrupt, incompetant, myopic and self-serving oxygen thieves — filthy rats that pretend to be leaders; if I had the power, I would force them from their beds and have them all face the wall for enabling the lost of our fathers lands and for dishonouring the millions of our people that were enslaved...

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          • 19 May 16:01, by Khent

            Our perceptions, understanding and treatment of corruption is terribly flawed; we see corruption in dollar terms instead of terms relating to lives. When one of those disgusting, sociopathic (or psychopathic) rats in Juba steals public funds — We should not speak of millions of dollars... but of the lives that could have been saved...

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            • 19 May 16:10, by Khent

              ..fed, clothed, educated and elevated from their current station in life. We definitely should view the corrupt as immoral and self-serving, but it’s deeper than that; it’s a National security threat in more ways than one. When people like myself eventually take over, every South Sudanese child will know what happened to his people, and that weakness enabled it.

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              • 19 May 16:23, by Khent

                The slave-trade reached its apogee in the nineteenth century. According to one source, ’it has been estimated that during the 19th century Arab slavers carried off about two million blacks from the Southern Sudan’ (cited in O’Balance, 1977: 20). (Ethnicity and conflict in the Horn of Africa, Katsuyoshi Fukui, Ohio University Press, 1994)

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  • 19 May 06:40, by Kenyang ll

    Thanks bro Khent,
    Misseriya, Rigzagat or baggara know their borders. It’d be waste of time on their side not to engage on things that unite us other than grabbing South Sudanese territories. Kafia Kingi, Kiir Adem, Abyei, & many others are 100% South Sudanese. Might and territorial grab will never success.

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    • 19 May 13:55, by ThaGoblin

      kenyang
      theres no such thing as 100pcnt for someone, land is land its entitled to whoevers able to hold on to it first militarily then politically. if you dont have the military might might as well forget about it. look at all the other land disputes around the world and tell me where military might isnt invloved.

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      • 19 May 16:01, by Kenyang ll

        ThaGoblin,
        A hundred percent simply mean with zero doubt. Sudan will leave Abyei and many other South Sudanese territories same way they left South Sudan many other towns and territories simply they are not theirs. War? Fake Arabs know us and won’t win it.

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        • 20 May 18:10, by ThaGoblin

          Kenyang
          haha this isnt how everything rolls tho. no one will leave land for you because it WAS roamed by your parents. And you keep mentioning Fake arabs lol we’re afroarab and most of north africa is. War? in the long civil war you never even claimed juba until the 2005 deal, that was south of the south plus now things are different. remember Sudan wont fight with untrained recruits this time.

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        • 20 May 18:17, by ThaGoblin

          Sudan manufactures its own weapons and ammunition, and with a much larger selection of weapons we will simply hit your army where it hurts. On the ground you’ll face well trained and equipped soldiers covered by a well established airforce. again, the war will be much cheaper on our side considering almost everything is locally produced and refined. wake up this isn’t 1990 please picture your loss

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          • 21 May 18:20, by Khent

            ThaGoblin

            You maintained control of Juba only with the treasonous hands of at least four tribal militias in that region; tens of thousands of tribal militiamen were central to Khartoum’s control of Juba. The same is true for the oilfields; the Nuer captured and guarded those oilfields on your behalf. Bashir was even saved (twice) by the Nuer...

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            • 21 May 18:31, by Khent

              ..Your MIC is impressive for what it does but it essentially just manafactures Soviet era small arms and ammunition; it is impressive that you manafacture your own AFVs and even ’drones’, but none of this cutting-edge and thus impossible to eclipse - especially if we work with Israel...

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              • 21 May 18:36, by Khent

                You’ll have to disfigure the term "well-trained" to include Sudanese soldiers in that category; you have yet to take Kauda with your supposedly "well-trained" soldiers, and this has been the case since 2011. Your airforce lacks the tools to be truly effective.

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                • 21 May 18:37, by Khent

                  Your air force uses mortar rounds in lieu of precision guided bombs and missiles. The vast majority of your aircraft are cold war relics without targeting pods; targeting pods are absolutely essential in air to ground operations. Mig-29s were deployed during the war and they were not all that useful in light of the aforementioned factor.

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                  • 21 May 18:40, by Khent

                    After it restores peace, South Sudan needs to establish an intimate military relationship with Israel, especially in the field of military organization, intelligence, training and more. Links with Israel would provide Juba with access to advanced avionics, electro-optical systems, targeting pods, encrypted tactical data links...

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                    • 21 May 18:41, by Khent

                      ..48 cores + processor mission computers, battlefield management systems, world class drones, counter-battery radars, SAR radars, AESA radars and much more. Khartoum won’t have access to these things and so South Sudan can eclipse Khartoum’s military abilities if it takes on the challenge...

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  • 19 May 06:51, by Mayendit

    Omar Dahab

    The whole Sudan nation was belonging to Black African people which your grand-grand parents found there. What sovereignty are you talking about? This none Arabs moving tribe were original coming from the North Africa and they have never built houses up to this moment. Keep singing about Abyei but we will claiming Kosti, South Kordofan, Blue Nile and Nyala State this is not a joke.

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    • 19 May 13:40, by ThaGoblin

      Maydett
      Again this is a joke lol yes i wont denie that Sudan is in the midst of an economic crisis however its nowhere near the magnitude of South Sudans crisis where you have complete decay of state institutions and literally a barely functioning economy. If it comes to war against another nation sudanese will gladly mobilize to help the cause. on the other hand who will south sudan mobilize?

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    • 19 May 13:43, by ThaGoblin

      will you mobilize your currently standing army and lose positions to your already entrenched rebel militias? or are you going to call on your already hungry and sick population whom youve been slaughtering for the past 5 years? think again when you comment about taking over sudanese lands on a sudanese forum so you dont just embarrass yourself.

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      • 19 May 15:14, by Khent

        ThaGoblin

        I disagree with Mayendit and the nonsensical talk of having designs on any lands in Kordofan, Darfur and Blue Nile; the lands that rational Southerners are concerned about are lands that were historically part of South Sudan and are ethnically aligned with South Sudan’s population; lands that were annexed from 1956 and onwards...

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        • 19 May 15:19, by Khent

          ..Salva Kiir has enabled and emboldened Khartoum, but his end is near; his departure -or demise- is the only thing that can end this humiliation. Were Garang alive, we would not be economically and militarily weaker than the North. And yes, you can mobilise your population to defend land-theft, but we’ll be fighting for our fathers lands...

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          • 19 May 15:26, by Khent

            ..We’ll be fighting to reclaim our inheritance from a people that also enslaved 2 million South Sudanese in the 19th century; the British literally only ended Northern slave raids against our people just two decades from independence. Imagine for a moment the size of our population in the 19th century and now deduct 2 million souls... that’s a holocaust, and that’s what we experienced...

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            • 19 May 15:31, by Khent

              ..it was a period our ancestors called the end of the world, so understand (if you would) that this is more than just about land. I’m surprised, disappointed and absolutely disgusted with my so called ’leaders’ for failing to learn from our past... military weakness invites enchroachment, land-theft, conquest, slavery and humiliation.

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              • 19 May 15:35, by Khent

                The slave-trade reached its apogee in the nineteenth century. According to one source, ’it has been estimated that during the 19th century Arab slavers carried off about two million blacks from the Southern Sudan’ (cited in O’Balance, 1977: 20). (Ethnicity and conflict in the Horn of Africa, Katsuyoshi Fukui, Ohio University Press, 1994)

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                • 19 May 15:36, by Khent

                  Explorer Samuel Baker estimated at least 50,000 slaves were captured annually from the southern part of the country during his time in the 1860s (British Official Reports 1960, 4). This number kept growing as the slave-caravan route from Bahr el Ghazal through El-Obeid to the Mediterranean gained significant importance. (The British Southern Policy in Sudan: An Inquiry into the Closed District Or

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                  • 19 May 15:37, by Khent

                    According to one estimate Arab slavers carried off two million southerners from their homeland. (White Nile, Black Blood: War, Leadership, and Ethnicity from Khartoum to Kampala, Jay Spaulding, Stephanie Beswick - 2000)

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                    • 20 May 18:20, by ThaGoblin

                      And? whats your point? europeans wiped out the native americans consisting of millions you dont see them complaining. Thats history this is the modern world your talking about. be realistic what are you going to do about it?

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                      • 21 May 18:42, by Khent

                        ThaGoblin

                        You mean other than serving as a counter to your gag-inducing routine attempts to admonish ’Junubin’ posters for ostensibly harboring an altogether irrational and unjustified hatred? What I’ve done is provide this wonderful thing called context; ya, it’s sort of important.

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                        • 21 May 18:43, by Khent

                          And yeah, I completely embrace the primacy of power, but please don’t tell these people that their sentiments towards the North are misplaced or invalid. Just don’t — it’s gross.

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                          • 21 May 18:48, by Khent

                            The two situations are completely different; the Native Americans are virtually extinct. We’re not. We have a resource rich country that if we exploit even remotely correctly, we can reclaim our lands. But hey, if you want to delude yourself into equating your position with the fait accompli position of the United States, then by all means continue. LOL!

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          • 19 May 16:01, by Kuch

            Khent,
            Cut the crap chap. Blame the low lives & traitors like Pagan Amuom, Majak Agoot, Rebecca Nyandeng, Deng Alor, Uyai Deng Ajak, Riek Machar, Adwok Nyabe & Lam Akol. These traitors & sellout crims will be killed anyway. Mr. Khent you are always told that these traitors attempted a coup & they are the ones behind these messes. But you always write craps over 6,000 miles away from South Sudan>>>

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            • 19 May 16:05, by Kuch

              The traitors like Pagan Amuom, Uyai Deng Ajak, Majak Agoot, Thomas Cirillo, Mr. Kosti Manibe & Deng Alor, are called the Garang boys. And being being kept in foreign countries by their foreign masters from the US, the UK & some of their creepy allies in between as their bargaining cards or blackmails to the current government>>>>

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              • 19 May 16:09, by Kuch

                and the South Sudanese people. And these traitors & are what their foreign masters from the US, the UK & their allies hoped to achieve in South Sudan----to re-unite South Sudan & North Sudan just like what the US, the UK, France & their allies did during their so-called war. When they succeeded in re-uniting then East & West Germany and the evil corporate America, the UK, their UN, their NGOs,>>>>

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                • 19 May 16:14, by Kuch

                  their evil juus & some of their creepy allies in between like ethiopia, North Sudan & their creeps they are playing as their INDIRECT rulers of our country & our people will run to Adis Ababa & go & brag Western civilization. But the evils are wasting their damn times & our times & they know. Who keeping the losers & traitors like Pagan Amuom, Majak Agoot, Thomas Cirillo, Lam Akol, Adwok Nyabe>>>>

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                  • 19 May 16:19, by Kuch

                    and the bunch of other losers in foreign capitals? Of course no one, but their foreign masters and purposely to use the losers & traitors as their blackmails & bargaining cards to crawl their evil selves into country to come & loot it like they had/are still doing it in DRC, CAR, Libya, Mali, Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria, Yemen & Ukraine>>>>

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                    • 19 May 16:22, by Kuch

                      The losers & traitors have been asked to come back to South Sudan with no preconditions, come & register their own damn parties, help in review of our constitutions & contest in elections against the current government & if they win in election, then well, they win & if they lose, then they can reorganize & contest in the next election cycles>>>>

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                  • 19 May 16:22, by Khent

                    You know, Kuch... you really do strengthen my belief in Eugenics with each inane post that you subject us to; people like you are responsible for the state of our country and the suffering of our people. How many times must I tell you that I don’t support any of those politicians? These are the idiots that you want to blame for everything in an attempt to absolve Salva Kiir of any wrong doing.

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                    • 19 May 16:29, by Kuch

                      Mr. Khent,
                      Watch your language fool, You have never ever comes up with any concrete solution on this forum ever since. You only keep hammering Kiir without hammering the real culprits all time. You keep exalting your damn Dr. Garang but those of us who have smelt the tench of gun powder in trenches know him better than you loser thinks>>>

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                      • 19 May 16:36, by Kuch

                        your Grang was just another one of your so-called Twic East Idiot. If others were to be acting like Rebecca Nyandeng, her ugly son, Majak Agoot & your in laws & thieves like Pagan Amoum & Uyai Deng Ajak. Then the damned SPLM/A would have finished in Nimule in 1992-1993. Can you tell me Mr. Khent. honestly, what is being negotiated in Adis Ababa & for whom & what really?>>>

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                        • 19 May 16:42, by Kuch

                          For the traitors & thieves like Pagan Amuom, Rebeeca Nyandeng, Uyai Deng Ajak, Majak Agoot, Thomas Cirilo, Lam Akol, Riek Machar, Adwok Nyabe & bunch of other traitors to be brought to share the power with the current government is a big no brainer. The traitors & thieves with their foreign masters from the US, the UK, their UN, their evil juus & some of their creepy allies>>>>

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                      • 19 May 16:39, by Khent

                        Kuch

                        You’re nothing short of worthless, and I don’t have to respect you. I have put forward many solutions before and after this war, but you’re an idiot and very likely mentally ill, so I won’t be wasting anymore time with you.

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                        • 19 May 16:44, by Kuch

                          Khent,
                          I Didn’t you tell you to respect me? And I don’t respect either nor do l respect where you damn hail from.

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  • 19 May 08:17, by lino

    Abyei is well known as Dinka Ngok Chiefdom Territories! It was clearly resolved in Abyei Protocol of 2004, the Abyei Boarder commission of July, 2005 a week before the passing of Dr. Garang and Khartoum objection of the out come, the International Court Ruling of September, 2009 which delimited the whole area with Khartoum acceptance and then playing tactics later on.

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    • 19 May 08:24, by lino

      The Nine Ngok Monyjang Chiefdom’s voted on October, 2013 to joint the South Sudan Republic, but Gen. Kiir and his friend F.Marshal Bashir refused to recognize the vote of the people and both are claiming to be voted in by people!
      It was this year, 2013 that Bashir planted his own SS Boys to run the affair of SS Government that sent the country to the Civil War...

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      • 19 May 08:30, by lino

        The war in the SS today is all about to keep Southerners busy killing themselves and forget about Abyei Issue, Boarder Issues, and milking the Oil of the country.
        South Sudanese Politicians are thick headed including Kiir to understand Khartoum’s Games!!!
        NIF was able to split Umma Party, DUP of Markhany, Communist Party, and now SPLM/A in both countries, and Dar Fur Movements!!!

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        • 19 May 08:40, by lino

          I am wondering when African People of Sudan’s woke up to claim their own lands and stop this weakness! Kiir Mayardiit have dig a big hole in SS that he busy throwing any opponent in it and at the end the enemy will throw him in it through his paid Boys like Tut Kew, Tor Deng Mawien, Dr. Riek Gai, Bona Malual and so many sleeping cells in Juba and IGAD.

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          • 19 May 11:49, by Malakal county Simon

            I really care less about this sold land by its rightful owners the (Ngok Dinka) to Jallaba many years in exchanged of food.... No one deserves to die for it today with the exception of Dinka tribe, they want to fight for it....

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            • 19 May 19:32, by lino

              Ya Simon,

              You better read history very well and talk truth and facts!!! If you don’t know go and ask any smart tribal leader of your own about the Nine Ngok Monyjang Chiefdoms!!!
              No Dinka Ngok sold any land out! It was the same deal the British did for South Sudan years ago!!! Those fake news in your brain and others are creations of Khartoum.

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              • 19 May 19:34, by lino

                If you don’t care about Ngok’s land now, very soon you will not care about your Malakal and all South Sudan Lands!!!

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                • 20 May 03:37, by Kuch

                  lino,
                  Khartoum is not only our enemies some of these days. The UK, the cloned arab North Sudan, the gulf Arab states, the US, israel, Jesh al Islam, Boko Haram, Al Qada, Al Nustra & Muslim brotherhood & our so-called SPLM-IO are in bed together. South Sudan is being Geo-politically football played around by these countries I stated above with their terrorists allies>>>>

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                  • 20 May 03:42, by Kuch

                    Be informed Mr. Lino that the UK, the cloned so-called arabs of North Sudan & their gulf Arab states are our natural enemies. Our Abyei Ngok Dinkas voted overwhelmingly with 98% of votes in 2012 to have nothing to do with the cloned so-called arabs of North Sudan never ever. And their referendum results were tacitly re-recognized by the South Sudanese people>>>>

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                    • 20 May 03:47, by Kuch

                      and up to this day, the Abyei Ngok Dinkas are just treated like everyone else here in South Sudan. All these bullsh*ts of Abyei being recognized by any creeps are just dog whistling. Mr. Lino, when the people of Crimea voted overwhelmingly to join Russia Federation right after our Abyei Ngok Dinkas’ referendum>>>

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                      • 20 May 03:53, by Kuch

                        The criminals from the US, the UK & some of their shifty allies in between threw tantrums like babies. But Russians & Crimean people ignored the criminals anyway. But when it comes to our country, South Sudan & our people. Then the evils from the US, the UK & some of their creepy allies in between think that our country is their over sea protectorate & our people are their slaves/subjects>>>

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                        • 20 May 03:57, by Kuch

                          and this why the evils are so fixated on our country & our people. But the US, the UK, their UN, their NGOs, their evil juus & some of their creep allies love affair with our country & our people has gone too far & it must stop. Our country is not part of their damn evil ANGLO-AMERICAN empire, never has & will never will>>>

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                          • 20 May 04:03, by Kuch

                            Mr. Lino, the US, the UK, their UN, their sleazy NGOs, their evil juus & some of their creepy allies in between, have taken our country & our people hostage. They have taken their puppets/stooges like Riek Machar, Pagan Amuom, Lam Akol, Rebecca Nyandeng, Majak Agoot, Thomas Cirillo, Adwok Nyabe & their other traitors & thieves who have sold their souls to the devils>>>>

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                            • 20 May 04:08, by Kuch

                              in the US, the UK, their UN, their NGOs & some of their creepy allies in between in lieu for power & are the ones being used by these devils as their blackmails & bargaining chips in the hotels, brothels & bars of Adis Ababa or Nairobi. And these traitors & thieves are considered by their foreign masters that we would welcomed them back into the current government of South Sudan??>>>>

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                              • 20 May 04:13, by Kuch

                                That would be next to impossible Mr. Lino. Reason, pure RACISM & HATRED. Here in our South Sudan, we have an absolute bad blood towards the evil white Americans, English people, their cloned so-called arabs of North Sudan, their evil juus, their gulf Arab state paymasters & some of their creep allies in between like Abeshas>>>>

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                                • 20 May 04:17, by Kuch

                                  Our ’National dialogue’ right here in South Sudan is what will bring the sustainable people & not some dictates from some evil white Americans, English, their gulf Arab states paymasters, their Abeshas (ethiopia), their cloned so-called arabs of North Sudan, their evil juus, their UN, their sleazy NGOs & some of their creepy allies in between>>>>

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                                  • 20 May 04:23, by Kuch

                                    Mr. Lino, the US, the UK, their UN, their evil juus, their sleazy NGOs & some of their creepy allies in between think that they can occupy & colonize our country & us their their ’disguise of their so-called humanitarian aid, donations, peacekeeping & their human rights business scams. But the evils have step on the wrong people’s feet---the Dinkas/Monyjiengs of the Sudan to be precise>>>>

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                                    • 20 May 04:27, by Kuch

                                      who says we want to the evil white Americans, English people, their evil juus, their cloned so-called arabs of North Sudan, their Abeshas, their gulf Arab states & some of their creepy allies in their villages? Who really want these vermins in their backyards? No one. Reasons, pure HATRED & RACISM>>>

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                                      • 20 May 04:34, by Kuch

                                        Mr. Lino, the US, the UK, their UN, their NGOs, their evil juus, their gulf Arab states paymasters, their cloned so-called arabs of North Sudan & some of their shifty allies like Abeshas (ethiopia) think, that they can Geopolitical chess game our country & our people like what the evils did in DRC, Angola, Mozambique, West Africa, Middle East, South America, Eastern Europe & some Asian countries>>

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                                        • 20 May 04:38, by Kuch

                                          during their then so-called cold war. And the evil corporate America, the UK, their UK, their UN, their sleazy NGOs, their evil juus, their gulf Arab states & some of their shifty allies in between like ethiopia or even think that our country would be re-united with their cloned so-called arab North Sudan just the evils did it with their EAST & WEST GERMANY during their so-called cold war>>>>

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                                          • 20 May 04:43, by Kuch

                                            and then the evil would run to their hotels, brothels & bars of Adis Ababa, London or Washington & go & brag----Western civilization. This is the dirty game the evils have been playing against our country & our people ever since. But some of our lowly informed South Sudanese fools. Just think, their white Americans, English people, their evil juus, their cloned arabs of North Sudan,>>>>

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                                            • 20 May 04:49, by Kuch

                                              their gulf Arab states & some of their creepy allies in between like Abeshas (ethiopia) are their allies. Who says, that these evils care about some lowly Nuers wretches, some Equatorians, Shilluks or some so-called Twic East sellouts. Fellows, we are going to bomb the evils out of our country once & for all. There are many problems in DRC, CAR, Darfur>>>>

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                                              • 20 May 04:55, by Kuch

                                                Southern Kordupan, Southern Blue Nile, Libya, Mali, Eritrea, the so-called ethiopia, Somalia, Kenya & Burundi. But the evil corporate America, the UK, their UN, their sleazy NGOs, their evil juus & some of their creepy allies in between have projected their evil camera lenses into our country & over our people 24/7, because our country is where the *evils & hyenas* are salivating to bring their>>>

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                                                • 20 May 05:05, by Kuch

                                                  usual long noses into our country so that the evils & hyenas can come & bring their usual long noses into our country & the evils think we would welcome them to come & plunder our country like what the evils & hyenas had/are have been doing in DRC, CAR, Libya, Angola, Mali, Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria, Yemen, Ukraine and some other countries>>>

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                                                  • 20 May 05:10, by Kuch

                                                    But we are going to show the evils & hyenas of who is who on earth. Mr. Lino, this is what have been posting on this SUDAN TRIBUNE forum ever since: https://www.britannica.com/topic/Opium-Wars
                                                    https://asiapacificcurriculum.ca/learning-module/opium-wars-china
                                                    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Opium_Wars

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                                                    • 20 May 05:18, by Kuch

                                                      The English merchants supplied the Chinese people of Hong Kong with Opium until Hong Kong Chinese became addicted to opium in 19th century. The Chinese people took over their Hong Kong in 1997. But here in our country, the evil corporate America, the UK, their UN, their sleazy NGOs, their evil juus & some of their creepy allies in between want our country & our people to be addicted>>>>

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                                                    • 20 May 05:27, by Kuch

                                                      The English merchants supplied the Chinese people of Hong Kong with Opium until Hong Kong Chinese became addicted to opium in 19th century. The Chinese people took over their Hong Kong in 1997. But here in our country, the evil corporate America, the UK, their UN, their sleazy NGOs, their evil juus & some of their creepy allies in between want our country & our people to be addicted>>>>

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                                                      • 20 May 05:31, by Kuch

                                                        to the so-called ’UN, humanitarian aid, donations, peacekeeping & their so-called human rights business scams’ and the evils (the US, the UK, their UN, their sleazy NGOs, their evil juus, their cloned arabs of North Sudan, their gulf Arab states paymasters & their shifty allies like *Abeshas* would then come & take over our country>>>>

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                                                        • 20 May 05:39, by Kuch

                                                          like what the evils have done in our own Gambella region, central Kenya, a little part of Tanzania, Mozambique, Zambia, Zimbabwe, South Africa or Namibia. But who would want these vermin in our country again? No one. Fellows, this is what the US, the UK, their NGOs, their evil juus, their cloned arabs of North Sudan, their gulf Arab states paymasters are all about & some of their creepy allies>>>

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                                                            • 20 May 05:50, by Kuch

                                                              Never ever touch or even dare ’borrow any cent’ from the evil corporate America, the UK or France & some of their European evils, their evil juus, their cloned so-called arabs of North Sudan (they don’t have any money to borrow anyway), their gulf Arab states paymasters, their so-called ’World bank & IMF banking cartels’ never ever dare try my South Sudanese with brain fellows>>>>

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                                                              • 20 May 05:56, by Kuch

                                                                The evil corporate America, the UK, France, their evil juus, their gulf Arab states paymasters, their cloned so-called arabs of North Sudan & some of their banking cartels like their ’World banks & IMF’ to borrow money from them. And then evils can bring their evil juus so-called experts from Washington, Wall Street, London, Brussels, South Africa or Dubai to come & be lecturing our country>>>>

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                                                                • 20 May 06:03, by Kuch

                                                                  and our people on how ’corrupt we are and how we mismanaged our economy, these same evil juus would then be urging our country to follow their so-called *austerity measures or fiscal measures* that are not in the interests of our people & our country. But their damn Washington, London, Wall Streets, Brussels, South Africa or Dubai----my fellow South Sudanese idiots, this is an economy 101>>>

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