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June 22, 2012 (KHARTOUM) – The protest movement that began in Sudan six days ago has gained momentum on Friday with serious demonstrations taking place throughout the day in various parts of the capital Khartoum as well as in other key towns.

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Photo of a Sudanese activist burning tire during Friday protests (Girifna, an anti-government group)

Sudanese activists posted dozens of pictures and video footages online showing clashes between protestors and police using tear gas in the streets of Khartoum, the capital of Al-Jazzera State, Madani, and Al-Obayid town in north Kordofan State.

The protests started following Friday prayer in what anti-government activists online termed the “Friday of the Kataha [a Sudanese word for sandstorm]” as part of the “Sudan Revolts” campaign which began on Sunday, 17 June, with demonstrations mainly led by students against rising costs of living.

The demonstrations erupted after the government moved to implement harsh austerity measures including termination of fuel subsidies.

The move has stoked public discontent over economic conditions which have been worsening since the country lost three quarters of its oil production with the secession of South Sudan in July last year.

Anti-government activists blame the situation on the ruling National Congress Party (NCP) which they accuse of a long list of failures including widespread corruption, misguided economic policies and warmongering.

Eye witnesses told Sudan Tribune that several parts of Khartoum on Friday witnessed confrontations between police and security forces on one side and hundreds of protesters chanting slogans calling for the downfall of the regime.

Police and security forces fired heavy tear gas to disperse the protesters and conducted wide arrests among them. At least 16 protesters have been arrested, activists told Sudan Tribune.

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A Sudanese protestor watches police truck burning after being set on fire by demonstrators in Al-Daim area in Khartoum on Friday (activist photos)

The most serious zone of demonstration was in Al-Daim area in Khartoum, where protestors managed to occupy main streets and burn two police trucks, according to activists.

Meanwhile, Sudan’s official news agency (SUNA) reported that the police had managed to contain “limited protests” in the capital Khartoum.

SUNA quoted a police statement as saying that a number of citizens “not exceeding 150” had attacked a police patrol which prompted the latter to fire teargas. The statement added that no causalities were reported.

"The situation is under control and the police did not use any fire arms or rubber bullets as has been reported by a number of TV stations," the statement added.

Similarly, the NCP has downplayed the protest movement saying it is led by “some university students.”

NCP’s spokesman Badr Al-Din Ahmad Ibrahim told the Sudanese Media Center (SMC), a pro-government news website, that the fact that “some university students” took to the streets is of “little significance”

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Demonstrators marching on the streets of Al-Obayid town on Friday (activists’ photos)

He further accused opposition political parties of standing behind the student protests.

Sudan has hitherto escaped the contagion of popular protests that swept the Middle East and came to be known as the Arab Spring.

But according to many witnesses, Friday’s protests were perhaps the most serious in the nation’s history since NCP took power 23 years ago.

The US Department of State this week expressed deep concern over Sudan’s crackdown on demonstration, urging Khartoum “to respect the right of its citizens to freedoms of expression and peaceful assembly in order to raise their grievances”

Amnesty International, a London-based Human Rights group, also called on Sudan to “end ruthless crackdown on protests”

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  • 23 June 2012 09:16, by Jeti

    I advice Mr. Al-Bashir to step down now for his own life, or die like Gaddafi.

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    • 23 June 2012 09:39, by Michael Angelo

      Northern Sudanese citizens should choose the right decision this time. The decision taken by the government will hurt only poor but I doubt it will not save economy from collapsing. This regime of Omar Bashir must go so that the citizens will choose their own leader that care about them.

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      • 23 June 2012 10:17, by Shadrack Nuer Machut

        As it happened in Tunisia, Egypt, Yemen and Libya, Sudan is no exception.
        I urge Mr Bashir & his friends to go down peacefully so that they will enjoy their wealth at home instead of dying in the forign countries.

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        • 23 June 2012 18:55, by Gule

          What happened in Libya was a major travesty, miscarriage of global power. It portrays US as bullying power, NATO a criminal organization, 95+% of Libyans favor Gadhaffi, they still like their green system. If South Sudanese think what happened in Libya was genuine, you are day dreaming, pampering for an elusive, delusional farce. South has urgent issues, pressing. To allow thug rule in LBY??

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          • 23 June 2012 22:00, by Observer

            Gule,
            if 95% of the Libyans favor Gadhaffi why was there an uprising against him?
            Have you actually been to Libya or are you just repeating what someone told you??
            What does day dreaming, pampering for an elusive delusional farce mean in this ( or any) context?!

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            • 23 June 2012 23:25, by Gule

              I am in Libya right now, the ferocity of war on ground reveals itself, is a testimony to that, why most Libyan citizens, cities reject the rebel population, guerrilla warfare is very active, every where in Libya?. How comes the rest of Central Libya, the whole of South to Kuffra and Mizda still carry green flag and said no to NATO. Facts speak louder than emotions, so preserve your rhetoric.

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    • 23 June 2012 09:40, by bior angeth

      Hi guys, we who give our views on the websites advised Bashir’s government long time ago that the step it was taking would hurt the economy of the country, but they took it as something said by enemies or maybe they do not read discussions. Now it has come to surface to be seen by all what we had been saying.

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      • 23 June 2012 09:45, by Michael Angelo

        Bior,

        Those who will take or regard our advice as an enemy advice are the one to blame about all this chaotics. Sudan is our neighbor and we’ll never wish them something bad at all.

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        • 24 June 2012 00:41, by Gule

          We should never have ill feelings towards Northern Sudanese, many are black, even much darker skin than most of us, the difference is they represent Arab ideology, Islamic, so does many South institutionalized in Western doctrine, white washed, indoctrinated beyond belief, we got people speak foreign languages thinking they just landed on the moon, when it’s far shitty in outerspace than the earth

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          • 24 June 2012 04:47, by Chol

            Gule, you’re unaware that you’re speaking the same language of those you believed to have indoctrinate, white-washed us! You see; how simple and easy it’s to be that stupid!

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            • 24 June 2012 05:25, by Gule

              @ Chol, I speak foreign languages with limitations. I am not like you as authoritative, belligerent, arrogant, out of touch and insane beyond belief. I do not possess your character that drives people to hostility, you seem as you are quick to start war, you do not have plans to end it, playing victim while seeking foreign aid or external assistance to end it. Your type is quick to be anihilated.

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  • 23 June 2012 09:49, by Alfredo christiani

    Dear readers
    It has remained work of Darfurians sons who are in Sudanese army to assassinate the most wanted criminal.

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  • 23 June 2012 09:49, by Sudan virus

    GOD WILL PUNISH SUDAN!Isiah- find for your self the charter in the Bible and read.

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    • 23 June 2012 10:08, by Lango2010

      Isaiah Chapter 18 in the HOLY BIBLE is clear, only that i don’t know what the QUARAN EL KHARIM talk about,concerning Sudan. it was said, it has happen, and it is happening and it will happen again.
      GOD IS TIRED OF SUDAN,i only sympathized with innocent citizens that will lost their life for the cause of one evil man and his criminal Regime (NCP)
      GOD have Mercy on the Sudanese people
      Amen.

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      • 23 June 2012 10:17, by Lango2010

        the activist, the politicians and all marginalized people of Eastern Sudan, Blue Nile, Southern Kordofan and Darfur state need to come together and voice out at one. " THE ANTI-BASHIR OR REGIME CHANGE" SUDAN WILL NOT BE THE SAME AGAIN. THE HOLY ANGELS HAVE REPORT THE PROBLEMS OF SUDAN TO ALMIGHTY GOD. THE JUDGEMENT WILL SOON TAKE IT COURSE.
        ALLELUIA TO ALL OF US OR ALLAH KABAR.
        THIS IS OUR PRAYERS

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        • 23 June 2012 11:08, by Northern Sudanese

          the activist, the politicians and all marginalized people of Eastern Sudan, Blue Nile, Southern Kordofan and Darfur state need to come together and voice out at one. " THE ANTI-BASHIR OR REGIME CHANGE"

          lol who do you think you are? go care about your own dead nation go fix that 80% inflation or 83% poverty or return that $4 bilion and feed those 4.7milion. leave 30% inflation is sudan alone XD

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          • 23 June 2012 13:35, by P.K.M

            North Sudanese and all the other NCP clowns, Sudan is here on fire before your eyes and you’re still in denial and thinking that nothing is wrong! South Sudan is the one in trouble!

            Wow, you guys are unbelievable! let’s watch and see if you guys and your regime will survive before the end of next month!

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          • 23 June 2012 17:23, by zulu

            northsudanese,
            we dont need now to care about our nation because we owe nobody nothing. your country is bankrupt and owes over 40bn in debt. if you have wisdom, none would have been to this stage.
            we are scorning racist mentality that has ruled the sudan with an agenda to benefit a few. it is finally crumbling down and it will take may be 1000yrs to recover.

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      • 23 June 2012 23:23, by Dhalaluaak

        lango2010,
        If you read Isaiah chapter, it applied directly to South Sudan due to the descriptions given in verses e.g the day they will blow the trumpet[horn] the world will hear,people tall and smooth skins[ have no hairy bodies], people feared near and far,the birds will prey on them in the summer and animals in the winter , but their gift will be brought to mount Zion.

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  • 23 June 2012 11:05, by Northern Sudanese

    lol we have been hearing of an arab spring since last year, lol bashir will never be overthrown. most sudanese love bashir and support him. Bashir is a symbol to our nation. a few hundred from Khartoum University on the street don’t represent 30 milion people.

    I challenge everyone that Bashir won’t be overthrown XD

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    • 23 June 2012 11:39, by Nibs

      ’’lol we heard of arab spring,lol beshir will not be overthrow, many sudaneses love beshir,beshir is the symbol of our nation" honestly you are second to none in stupidity.those protesters are more than 10,000,forget ur crazy estimation of 300.friday was inche away saturday will be arab spring. Are you not scare,lol!north sudanis you are real idiot.

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      • 23 June 2012 12:21, by sudani ana

        Come on guys, they called it " Jumaat alkattaha" now does that sound serious to you? It is true what northern Sudanese said, people in Sudan do love Bashir and he is a national symbol, a true son of Sudan, that’s why Southernors and the west don’t like him. They want a traitor in his place who will say ’yes sir’ like Agar or Arman. Anyway ..dream on.

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        • 23 June 2012 18:46, by Gule

          Bashir does look like a major traitor and opportunist right now, he was very quick to recognize Al-qaeda, CIA rule by proxy in Libya, what leader in their right mind does that and calls a nation with more than 80% of it’s population black, jet black African an Arab country, if the regime is not suffering from inferiority complex, the art of being a puppet, what is it?. Arab arrogance, folly?.

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      • 23 June 2012 12:44, by Northern Sudanese

        Nibs

        10,000 hahahahahhaa please tell where did you get this from? lol hahahahhahaa 10,0000 hahahhahahaa in your dreams. even if they were truly 10,000 they would still not be enough. sudan population is 30 milion.

        and like sudani said: we don’t want a leader that says ’yes sir’ to the US like you south sudanese have.

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        • 23 June 2012 13:59, by Nibs

          North sudanese you are a clown, but frankly you must be among those loyalist civilians who armed themselves with knives and attack peaceful protesters.as a matter of fact anti-regime sudanese are nearly 30 million,just that the are cowards,the don’t want to sacrifice themselves for better tomorrow,anti ncp sudanese are very poor,the hv no access to internet.

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  • 23 June 2012 13:32, by kinagonago

    University of Khartoum had did a great job by taking courage to lead the way to demonstrate regardless of consequences. The time has come for Sudan to follow "Arab Spring" because the Sudan claimed herself to be Arab Nation disregarding African people of Fur, Nuba, and Blue Nile.
    I hope Mr. Bashir will take wise decision to leave the country or he will die like his power greedy colleagues.

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    • 23 June 2012 19:21, by Gule

      It is irresponsible to attribute Sudan situation to Arab string, Israel has you people thinking of Arab spring, summer, winter and next time African solstice, I hope my people could return back to times when we were royals, fierce, well read and educated. Arab spring benefits imperialism, students have legimate grievances, let them be helped to overcome their hurdles. Bashir’s time has elapsed.

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  • 23 June 2012 13:54, by solider

    for sure sudan don’t need agar arman or al hilo in al bashir place. if they came on power they will start looting and stealing billions just like their colleagues in s.sudan. they lack diplomatic behaviour , finance over view ,no humanity toward the poor(4 b$ looted) . all spla or splm are the same. they just want to be billionars .we don’t want sudan to be another s.sudan

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    • 23 June 2012 14:12, by Nibs

      Soldier,stop crying,the will be ur leaders.if the loot 4b dollar no problem because beshit have taken more,9b dollar.a real sojer should be somewhere near the battlefield,no time for surfing internet,or is computer ur AK-47 rifle ?

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    • 23 June 2012 17:29, by zulu

      Soldier,
      If we lack diplomacy, just see how the world believes in us than in your side. your diplomacy is so confounded in archacic principles/ take for instance your passport. it bans you from traveling to Israel and SOuth sudan. What? are you out of your mind?
      Indeed, it is only dummies who support the regime of Omar. emancipation is occuring and will gulvanize the entire nation.

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      • 23 June 2012 19:15, by Gule

        @ Zulu, are you that proud of establishing diplomatic relations with Israel?. A nation invented out of thin air, has killed more people since it’s inception than saved lives?. Are Palestinians not human enough?. Where is your conscience?. It’s illogical to befriend Israel, they just deported thousands of South Sudanese, are building concentration camps for Africans, you are proud of Israhell?.

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        • 23 June 2012 20:34, by Chol

          Gule, I thought you were smarter than that! Are you saying Israelis decision to repatriate South Sudanese to their free land is a reason not to befriends them?

          Israel has the right to do that because South Sudan is free. If you’re someone with common sense, you would not say Israel built a concentration camp for African and deporting African at the same time the two don’t go together.

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          • 23 June 2012 20:36, by Chol

            Gule, once again the word “concentration camp” is an insult and it’s offensive to Israelis if you know the history behind it! But you probably don’t care because you intentionally use it to play your hate against Jews people. You Arabs would just end up dead hating people you’ll never defeat.

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            • 23 June 2012 23:43, by Gule

              I hate ignorance, well welcome to world of war, you think Israel does a great job by establishing concentration camps in Gaza, are you that naive?. What would you do to support yourselves if there are no wars to fight?. You live by war, all you’ve known in your life is war, do you really understand the difference between an Israeli and a Zionist?. Seems you are living a social dysfunctional life.

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            • 23 June 2012 23:49, by Gule

              @ Chol, I am not an Arab, black man is what I am. Arabs are Semitic people, just same as their cousin Jewish, both are fighting each other for resources, land, spirituality and superiority. It does not favor any black persons interest to take sides, besides ending all regional wars completely. Israel does practice Aparthied, they build concentration camps, re-educate yourself.

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          • 23 June 2012 22:39, by zulu

            Gule,
            You are one of those idiots in Khartoum. Palestianians have way different culture, language and territory with you. Whether you break ties with Israel or not, it causes nothing. The deportations you are talking about are purely domestic responses to an influx of refugees. South Sudanese are no more refugees and they voluntarily reported repatriation and not deportation.

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            • 23 June 2012 23:57, by Gule

              @ Zulu, you are a billion times a morass, more moron than me, it’s utter nonsense for you to character assasinate people, that defines what type of unreazonable punk you are. You should understand, Geneva convention clearly states voluntary repatriation, not deportation of refugees. What else would a religious freak do besides glorifying Israel?. I do not advocate mischief, I have zero tolerance.

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          • 23 June 2012 23:34, by Gule

            The two go together, many of the Sudanese refuse to get out of Israel, secondly many parts of South Sudan are not even safe, third, why do I have to donate USD 1 million to organizations in Israel to provide USD 1000 for every Sudanese to leave Israel?. To any South or any Sudanese that refuse to sit in Israehell jails, were Jewish not ones displaced and refugees?. Why the forced repatriation?.

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  • 23 June 2012 15:13, by Beneben Bai

    Sudani anta and northern sudanese, Gadaffi and Saddam Hussein were not saying yes sir to US but where are they now??. That is not the issue. The issue is that Albashir is killing his own people and still you call him a symbol of your country!!. He even has no children of his own!!. how come you are proud of such a human being? tell us where is the logic here!

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    • 23 June 2012 19:02, by Gule

      Do you want every nation in world to become a bitch of United States?. All US does best is create homosexuals, gays, lesbians in every nation they have hands on. Why did US sell weapons to both North, South Sudan to fight each other these years?. Now both weak nations to become US colony, why?. Saddam, Gadhaffi are probably happiest leaders to favor death instead of US satanic order.

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    • 23 June 2012 19:27, by sudani ana

      How stupid are you people going on about Bashir not having children. I will explain to you idiots once and for all in the hope that you may understand, this is God’s will, fate whatever you want to call it. Some people are born blind, deaf, disabled, stupid like some of you... Not their choice, but some people are drunkards, alcoholics like your president, that’s his choice.

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      • 24 June 2012 00:06, by Gule

        @ Sudani Ana, if I was Bashir.I would hide identity of my children, it would be a top secret, what benefit does it help when a pack of wolves are trying to kill, they want to know the identity of your children. Bashir is better off the way he is, I do not support some of his actions, it would be foolish of him to reveal his children by adoption or biological. What rats did to Gadhaffi was wrong.

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  • 23 June 2012 17:54, by Gule

    Some body is down playing the numbers of student protests, far worse is the part of US involvement in Sudan, US has never been helpful in Africa, they kept destroying one African nation after another, took few Africans to be indoctrinated, instutionalized in USA or Europe, what African people, youth want is more important than a Jewish sponsored Arab spring. Will the next be Arab summer?. Be local

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  • 23 June 2012 18:58, by James Maker Akok

    Lol, Northern Sudanese who supporting President Al-Bashir, President El-Bashir is doing bad thing and he has no friends in Africa going to support him. All Africa like Libya President Gafai but they turnt him down for what he did to his people. So put in your mind President El-Bashir is going to be kill like Gafai. So it’s upto to you if you don’t believe for my Advice to you. Believe on me.

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    • 23 June 2012 19:09, by Gule

      @ James Maker, Gadhaffi never done anything wrong to his people, he helped many Africans, Arabs got jealous of him, all allegations against him were a fraud, orchestrated by jealous, envy, how can you kill a man without trial?. Africa has always been manipulated by imperialists, Gadhaffi was good, he never killed his own people, no evidence to prove it, why NATO, Bashir join efforts to oust him?.

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  • 23 June 2012 20:11, by panom lualbil

    Hey, guys !
    All I gotta see here, are very black DARFURIANS [activists & demonstrators] who were used by really ARABS to stabbed SPLAs in the back during south-north war. Mfuckers will get their eyes burst up by polices’ teargas.

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    • 23 June 2012 21:46, by Nibs

      Gule,plz shut up,ur nonesense abt jews is really getting on my nerve. On which side are u?arabs who kill more than 2.5 million s.sudanese or israel who help anyanya 1 fight arabs?how can you sides with a person who see you as insect? Come on bro/sis you are smart and intelligent.

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      • 24 June 2012 00:13, by Gule

        @ Nibs, I support nobody. Israel loaned, sold weapons to SPLA, Israeli Mossad also sold weapons to Khartoum via Dubai Defense show, keep in your mind the idea of war is to weaken every warring party, the winner becomes indebted to the super powers. Both North, South Sudanese were blind to fight each other, you are talking about 2.5 million dead, what about hundreds of millions killed by Israel/USA

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      • 24 June 2012 00:20, by Gule

        @ Nibs, you can’t ask me to shut up, you ignore facts. Israel helped Anyanya 1 cause they had interests, hoping Anyanya would retain it’s power, domination, but many Anyanya came from bush, had fallen for Arab women, changed their plans of total liberation, they favored unity over separation, remember one thing clearly, Zionist Israel has interests, will never be a friend to any nation in universe

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    • 24 June 2012 00:32, by Gule

      @ Panom lualbil, you are talking about Darfur activists demonstrating, being disgruntled, what about other Southern Sudanese?. Remember many black South Sudanese still remain in Northern army, police force!!. What will you do about that?. You got white man’s hallucinating pill of religion bullshit to reject facts, how long do you want to keep fighting?. It’s all a business game orchestrated abroad

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      • 24 June 2012 21:45, by panom lualbil

        @GULE
        I meant late president of south [GARANG] made it clear that we should fight for freedom against foreigners [OMER BASHIR] but instead, you let HIM used you stabbed us back. Untill then in GOD we deserved it but you who realized it when it was too late were now fighting. What are YOU fighting for ? Both of you are in the same boat, have a nice day !

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  • 24 June 2012 01:29, by Dinka-Defender-General

    GUYS, AL-BASHIR DAYS ARE NUMBERING. HE WILL NOT PASSING 2012. BASHIR IS WALKING DEAD MAN A LIVE. I THINK HE WILL NOT PASS 12/2/2012 AT 2:00PM. BASHIR, PLEASE GIVE YOUR LAST WORDS ON THIS EARTH. YOU’RE DEAD MAN. PERSONALLY, I DON’T PREACH BAD NEWS FOR OTHER PEOPLE, BUT I’M ONLY TELLING THE TRUTH. BE PREPARE FOR YOUR FINAL AROUND. YOU KILLED 2 MILLIONS PEOPLE MOSTLY IN SOUTH REMEMBER.

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    • 24 June 2012 05:33, by Gule

      @ Dinka-Defender-General, Al Bashir need exit gracefully, stop fuming wars that you can neither end nor establish a solution to. The behavior you have exerted will lead Al Bashir wanting to die in office, you will have massive hostilities or many people will die, make it comfortable for him to feel secure, exit military rule without further pursuit or prosecution, problem is many Denka are wild.

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  • 24 June 2012 06:18, by James Maker Akok

    Northern Sudanese people is better for you supporting to get advices to safe your president. Gadhaffi was good person for africa countries with good friendships but he was killed after he made mistake on his people, so president is easy to be kill by his people because he has no friends for him to go to hind his self. Be careful and thinkful for what I’m saying, I said things going to happen.

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    • 24 June 2012 06:55, by James Maker Akok

      Northern Sudanese people is better for you you those supporting president El-Bashir to get advices to safe president. Gadhaffi was a good person for africa countries with good friendship but he was killed after he made mistake his people. So El-Bashir is easy to be kill because he has no place to hind his self. El-Bashir has no country friend. What I said is happen sometimes.

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      • 24 June 2012 17:16, by Gule

        @ James Maker Akok. Al Bashir still has supporters, islamists are in his side. Al Bashir is little guy, his bosses from Qatar, then Qatar’s boss Israel and USA fuel these crisis, even South Sudan is in the same boat, all these are playing for foreign economic and social domination, external forces do not care who governs any where in the world, interest supersedes everything. It’s the way.

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        • 24 June 2012 17:57, by James Maker Akok

          Hi Gule;
          May I tell these, North Sudan Government is in fear everywhere even they don’t answer the phones call in their offices. I Talk with many countries, United Kingdom[Great British] government, Canada government, US government, UNSC office, Israel government, South Sudan government, and the rests through phones but North Sudan has never answer call because they are in fear. I was trying to

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          • 24 June 2012 18:20, by James Maker Akok

            Hi Gule
            send the Maps of North Sudan and South Sudan of the years of 1800, and January 1, 1956 to north sudan offices but fear to answer call. So president Al-Bashir is in very big fear specially in Africa, he has no way to go in Africa when something happened on him. Continue to support him like that I will be laughing at you there when Al-bashir got into fire. I’m an American Citizen. Have nice

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