Mr. Khalid Al Mubarak thanks for this piece. There are logics in ur response to Dr. Biong n this is acceptable in civilize world where views n divergence re regarded as two windows of seeing things, but I do not agree with u on two 2 three areas. Z there r no links betn Nubia & S.Sudanese, z forces fighting Khartoum re SPLA n not Nubian pple, n economic hardship as being S.Sudan hit alone harder !?
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