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Al-Nur renews rejection to join Sudan’s peace process after meeting Hamdok

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September 29, 2019 (KHARTOUM) - Abdel Wahid al-Nur, leader of the rebel Sudan Liberation Movement has reiterated his rejection to join negotiations for peace in Sudan saying with he does not recognize the transitional government.

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Sudan Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok speaks during joint press conference with German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas in Khartoum on 5 Sept 2019 (Reuters Photo)

Al-Nur on Sunday held a meeting with Sudan’s Prime Minister Abdallah Hamdok organized by French foreign ministry in Paris where he resides.

In a statement issued after the meeting by his spokesman Mohamed al-Nayer, al-Nur said he met with Hamdok "in his personal capacity and not as prime minister".

He said the meeting discussed issues of peace in Sudan, "the completion of the revolution and the building of the Sudanese state which has not yet been established".

"The Movement affirmed its adherence to the comprehensive change and full civil authority, the dismantlement of the National Congress Party’s regime and its institutions and the prosecution of its symbols".

"Also, it renewed its rejection to recognize the Constitutional Declaration and the bilateral agreement between the Forces for Freedom and Change and the military council nor the government on which it was established," he emphasized.

Earlier this month, al-Nur who has refused to negotiate with the former regime since the Abuja peace process in 2006 called for a referendum on the transitional constitution and the transitional institutions.

He further reiterated his previous conditions that the government must deal first with the consequences of the conflict including the disbanding government militias, compensation of the conflict-affected civilians, and restitution of land grabbed during the past period and al-Bashir’s handover to the International Criminal Court.

The statement said the two sides agreed to continue "informal meetings and exchange views and ideas on "ways to solve the national crisis and complete the goals of the revolution in order to build an equal citizenship state and national partnership".

But did not mention talks to end the armed conflict in Darfur.

Recently al-Nur addressed by telephone several public meetings organized by his supporters in Sudan and repeated that the solution of Darfur crisis requires bringing change first in Khartoum.

The Sudanese government says ending the armed conflicts in the country is its top priority together with the lift of international sanctions including Sudan’s removal from the list of state sponsors of terrorism.

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  • 30 September 13:53, by Pakuai

    Mr. Abdel Wahid al-Nur,
    Game is over, ’your Darfur’ is not equal with us,----the Dinkas/Muonyjiengs of ’the Sudan’. Didn’t you fellows been given a lot of money by the *Qatari and gulf Arab states* for peace in Darfur? Where is that money chap? In 2005, right after ’comprehensive peace agreement (CPA)’ between the ’SPLM/A and your cloned so-called arabs of North Sudan, NIF of Mr. Omar Hassan>>>

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    • 30 September 14:01, by Pakuai

      El Bashir in Naivasha, Kenya in 2005?’. Mr. Mr. Abdel Wahid al-Nur, be very careful chap. Furs are not equal ’with us’ never, not even in the slightest fool. ’Kiirtoum (Khartoum), where the two Rivers (the white Nile and Blue Nile meet), is our country----the Dinkas/Muonyjiengs of the Sudan chap’. We want a war chap. We are the ancient Egyptians loser. your Islam is not a religion chap>>>

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      • 30 September 14:14, by Pakuai

        we would have been the ’first Muslims’ after the *rise of Islam in the current Saudi Arabia*. AL-Nur, (light). You are wasting your ’damn time and our time’ chap. I am the one who will help bomb your *evil juus (so-called israelis), Eastern Jerusalem, the UN, UNIMISS, Abeshas (so-called ethiopians) and Bantuses and some evils we don’t consider anyone, reasons, pure HATRED and RACISM.>>>>

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        • 30 September 14:17, by Pakuai

          Be very careful chap. War is here.

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          • 30 September 16:46, by Pakuai

            Mr. Abdel Wahid al-Nur,
            Have you ever heard ’one country, two systems’. Most your Darfuri criminals go to *libya, Itali, France, the devil infested island of England, Australia, the evil juus (so-called israel)* and then go and lie through their evil that they are ’South Sudanese fleeing violence’. Says who? Most of your Darfuri rubbishese are sent to ’Rwanda’ and are given>>>

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            • 30 September 17:02, by Pakuai

              $3000 by the evil juus (so-called israelis), Mr. Benjamin Netanyahu and his evil juus to be precise. And they are told to come to come South Sudan, their so-called ’terra Nilus’, a country without people?!!!, really?. Mr. Abdel Wahid al-Nur, we are way way too well ahead of ’you Darfuri criminals’. That South Sudan would be ’re-united with you losers just like ’East and West Germany’ during>>>

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              • 30 September 17:09, by Pakuai

                dreaming is not ’a crime’ in fact. there will not be Darfuri criminals in our country, Abeshas (so-called ethiopians, Bantusses in Kenya, Saudi Arabians, evil juus (so-called israelis), the mighty US and French in Central Africa republic (C.A.R), DR Congo, Chad, Madagascar, Mali and other so-called west African countries and islands in the Caribbeans, reasons, pure HATRED and RACISM.>>>

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                • 30 September 17:18, by Pakuai

                  We are the ’ancient Egyptians’ fool. There will be second ’Holocaust chap’ Islam is not ’a religion’, the evil juus (so-called israelis) and their backers just took their *Boko Haram, ISIS/L, El Qada, Muslim brotherhood criminals, El Nustra, Jesh El Islam, our so-called SPLM/A-IO and others to ’our El Khartoum’ and lie through their evil teeth that>>>

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                  • 30 September 17:27, by Pakuai

                    this loser ’Hamdok’ is their man in the ’North Sudan’ to use as their ’conduit’ to play ball with us, South Sudan. This loser, Mr. Hamdok is even called ’an economist’ by his evil juus (so-called israelis) handlers. The Did he (Mr, Hamdok) studied at the ’university of Khartoum?’. The Loser doesn’t know anything chap. Some of your rubbish even say that the evil juus (so-called israelis)>>>

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                    • 30 September 17:36, by Pakuai

                      would be "welcome back to North Sudan"!!!, Good luck Mr. Mr. Abdel Wahid al-Nur, chap. That is not to happen under the sun or even in million years. I am the one of the boys who would again helps bomb our ’El Khartoum, Eastern Jerusalem and give Eastern Jerusalem to *Palestinian people----Islam is not a religion and will never ever be a religion* >>>

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                      • 30 September 17:44, by Pakuai

                        Most of the ’Dafuri’ in Darfur and North Sudan are just of bunch of ’West African losers’ who were ’intrigued’ by the ’Libyans, Tunisians, Elgerians and Moroccans after the ’rise of the so-called Islam in 630th AD from Saudi Arabia. Mr. Abdel Wahid al-Nur, our ’ancestors, the Dinkas/Muonjiengs’ of the Sudan destroyed Arabs criminals in the today’s ’Southern Egypt’ when they tried to export>>>

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                        • 30 September 17:53, by Pakuai

                          their ’new found religion into our country, Southern Egypt and today’s North Sudan’ chap. There were no bombs then, but our ’ancestors bloody nosed the ’Muhammadans’ with ’bows & arrows, spears and machetes’. The evils went and captured ’Northern Egypt, today’s ’Iqzandra (Alexandria)’ and even bullied our ’Coptic people’ and came back to Southern Egypt, and they were again destroyed>>>

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                          • 30 September 18:01, by Pakuai

                            they went back and went occupy "Libya, Tunisia, Elgeria, Morocco, Spain, Malta and most Itali. Mr. Abdel Wahid al-Nur, be very careful. Conquistadors in South America were terrorists, to tell you the truth chap. Cuba, Venezuela and other countries in South America and Caribbeans help us, South Sudan during our trying times chap>>>

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                            • 30 September 18:08, by Pakuai

                              Mr. Abdel Wahid al-Nur, if you have anything in ’South Africa, Kenya, South Sudan or Gambella region, remove it chap. we are going to bomb you and anything that is connected with you. ’The owners have taken back their country’ chap>>>

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