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Chad prevents JEM leader from entering into Ndjamena orders him to leave

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May 19, 2010 (LONDON) — Chadian authorities have refused to allow Khalil Ibrahim leader of the rebel Justice and Equality Movement (JEM) to enter into Ndjamena and confiscated his passport.

Khalil was left Egypt yesterday to Libya from where he flow on regular flight into Ndjamena but when he arrived in the Chadian capital the authorities confiscated his passport and ordered him to return to Tripoli, Ahmed Hussein Adam JEM spokesperson told Sudan Tribune.

"They even refused him to leave the plane but the crew said they can’t take him back to Tripoli unless he has valid travel documents," he added.

He regretted a conspiracy against the cause of Darfur people and urged the Chadian President, AU-UN Chief Mediator and Qatari officials to secure his save return to JEM positions in Darfur.

Diplomatic efforts are engaged by different parties to find out a solution to this unprecedented situation.

JEM has suspended its participation in Doha peace talks accusing Sudanese army of breaching a truce concluded last February.

The Sudanese army announced last week the capture of Jebel Moon, a rebel stronghold area adding that 108 rebels were killed during the fighting. Also bloody clashes occurred between the two belligerents in North and South Darfur. These developments are seen as serious threat to the peace process in Doha.

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  • 19 May 2010 14:49, by DASODIKO

    Does Obama and his adminstration believe that if Khalil is detained or denied access to get back to his forces war will stop? Haaaaaaaaaaaa, day dream!!!!!!!!! As long as the Arab are on power oppressing the Africans, the war will continue for 1000000000000000 years.

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    • 19 May 2010 19:46, by Malakal

      Dasoko,

      Do not blame Obama for your crisis, he is just a humanbeing like yourself. If you want a solution or an end to the war in your region you need to be the solution. Many factions in the region are not going to help you peoples’ course. Learn from the SPLM’s history, with Traitors like Riak Machar and Lam Akol who is still a Khartoum stooges these days, it took the SPLM/A 22 years to finally liberate the South. Otherwise, good luck with your Arabs brothers, you were the most in the Khartoum military fighting us for many years, and lastly you realized why we were fighting was not because of religion, it was because they marginalized us in many aspects in life.

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      • 20 May 2010 00:01, by choldit

        Dr. Riek is your safer Malakal!!! Without him SPLM would never found its direction.

        Yes, these dudes in Darfur need to redesign thier structure. And the Chadian president need to think twic before he submit himself to the Arabs. His actions betray his identity.

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    • 19 May 2010 21:34, by silake comba

      This behaviour by the Chadian authorities can be interpreted in one case as a preasure on Khalil to go back to the negotiations table in Doha and in this case the Deby regime must have taken this decision either as a result of direct instructions or under preasure from Khartoum or Doha itself. In all cases, it is an unethical conduct and it is a sign of complete lack of morals on the part of Deby who had been rescued, as a regime, by Khail more than once. I think, this incident is expected for a person who is working for others using the Darfurian cause as a truck. At the time when Darfurians of all sectors have been paying the price with soul and blood, Khaill is using these sacrifies to meet the ambitions and interests of Islamists in Khartoum and beyond.He has also been serving the very regime of Deby. This shall be the fate of somebody like Khalil who betrayed the cause of Darfur in favour of his masters in Khartoum and N’jamena.What makes Khalil not to negotiate in good faith is the fact that he is not concerned with or about the Darfurians tragedy.I’m sorry to say this but this is the very truth.

      silake Ali Comba, CAIRO
      - judybamirgi@gmail.com

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    • 19 May 2010 21:39, by silake comba

      This behaviour by the Chadian authorities can be interpreted in one case as a preasure on Khalil to go back to the negotiations table in Doha and in this case the Deby regime must have taken this decision either as a result of direct instructions or under preasure from Khartoum or Doha itself. In all cases, it is an unethical conduct and it is a sign of complete lack of morals on the part of Deby who had been rescued, as a regime, by Khail more than once. I think, this incident is expected for a person who is working for others using the Darfurian cause as a truck. At the time when Darfurians of all sectors have been paying the price with soul and blood, Khaill is using these sacrifies to meet the ambitions and interests of Islamists in Khartoum and beyond.He has also been serving the very regime of Deby. This shall be the fate of somebody like Khalil who betrayed the cause of Darfur in favour of his masters in Khartoum and N’jamena.What makes Khalil not to negotiate in good faith is the fact that he is not concerned with or about the Darfurians tragedy.I’m sorry to say this but this is the very truth.

      silake Ali Comba, CAIRO
      - judybamirgi@gmail.com

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  • 19 May 2010 14:58, by Chadian Observer

    The people of Darfur have ultimately failed to heed the lessons of South Sudan; unity is the only way to victory.
    We Chadians have stoically born the burden of this genocide for far too long all the while pressing the Darfuri rebels to unite.
    Wars are not eternal and each day brings this war closer to its resolution, regardless of the outcome.
    We cannot keep trumping you up forever, if you will not make peace (UNITE) between yourselves (slm, jem, ljm) than we will impose a ’peace’ with Khartoum and return to interest-based pre-war relations.

    War is not eternal.

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    • 19 May 2010 16:34, by mack waweru

      This is a great conspiracy against the cause of Darfuri people. Chad is cooperating with a regime whose leader is a war criminal wanted by the international court. What a sellout of the Chadians authorities! Darfurians are your African brothers and betraying their just cause is a crime that will haunt Chad for years.
      Why destroy their documents? Their is no even a respect for the leader. What a shame! Is like handing them over to Sudanese regime. This is kidnapping, which is an act of terrorism on the part of Chad and Sudan, the master.

      I urge all Darfuri movements and people to unite as one force to defeat their respective oppressors. God will be with you for your cause is a just one.

      Mack awer

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  • 19 May 2010 20:24, by David_N

    President Idriss Deby of Zaghawa betrayed Dr.Khalid Ibrahim...
    Who is to defend Zaghawa?
    Kanem is defeated by Jali kingdom of 2010.
    Definition:
    Jari/ a cousin tribe of Beja/Eritrea/Ethiop East African tribes who dwelt between White and Blue Nile Basin.
    They are distinguished from Nubians, by look, they looks more like from Ethiop/Beja admixtured Arab spoken tribe than Nubians itself.

    By the way, Deby can betrat Tama and Midob as well as he did with his own!

    "Hold your swords and guns up high".
    Before sun goes down Finish it!
    Defeat them quickly...
    Right Now.

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  • 19 May 2010 21:14, by Deng Akol Agut-tungdoun

    Hey Idris Davi,

    What wrong with you old boy? why do all these nonsense to Mr. Khalil he is fighting for his right and must not be handled to Khartoum instead take him to Hague if you have a clear reasons for doing so.

    Pliz remember that no man is an island. Thinks twice before handling Khalil to Khartoum.

    B e blessed,

    Deng Akol Agut-tungduon, a man far away fromt tribalism and corruption.

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