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Bashir says South Sudan opted for war, vows retake of Heglig


April 12, 2012 (KHARTOUM) – Sudan’s President Omer Al-Bashir has accused South Sudan of taking a path of war with his country in execution of “external agendas”, pledging to overturn the “aggression” of the southern army on Heglig town.

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President Omer al-Bashir (SUNA)

The oil-producing town of Heglig in Sudan’s border state of South Kordofan was captured on Wednesday by South Sudan’s army known as the SPLA after clashes with the Sudanese army (SAF), in the latest episode of the tit-for-tat attacks the two neighbours have been launching across shared borders since early April.

South Sudan said it occupied Heglig in response to aerial and ground assaults launched a day earlier by SAF deep inside southern territories.

Juba further laid claim to the strategic town which was allocated to Sudan as part of a 2008 ruling by the Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA) on redrawing the boundaries of the disputed territory of Abyei.

To make matters worse for Khartoum, Southern forces shut down Heglig’s oil fields which produce almost half of Sudan’s daily output of 115,000 barrels.

Speaking on Thursday to reporters at Khartoum International Airport after bidding farewell to the visiting president of Niger, Bashir said that South Sudan had chosen “a path of defeat in execution of external agendas.”

The Sudanese president elaborated that South Sudan’s occupation of Heglig was part of “bills Juba is paying to the quarters that used to support them in the past during the war”, in reference to the north-south conflict in the once united Sudan and which ended seven years ago with the signing of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement that gave South Sudan independence in July last year.

“Despite the fact that it [South Sudan] is a nascent state and needs stability, peace, development, services, and lacks many of the basic needs of citizens, it has chosen to take another direction,” Al-Bashir said.

The Sudanese president regretted that South Sudan did not appreciate that Khartoum signed the 2005 Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA) for the sake of stopping the war that went on for many years and depleted Sudan’s human and material resources.

“In order to redirect resources towards construction and development, we chose peace” he declared. “It is clear, however, that our brothers in South Sudan did not think about the interest of Sudan or South Sudan because the two countries have no interest in continuing the war for it is a lose-lose situation for both sides.”

Al-Bashir concluded his brief speech by hailing the steadfastness of SAF and vowing that any aggression against Sudan would be repulsed.

South Sudan’s President Salva Kiir Mayardit has defiantly refused to heed calls from the UN and AU for withdrawing troops from Heglig.

He told members of his country’s parliament on Thursday that he would not order a withdrawal and went on to threaten to send his army to fight in Abyei which has been occupied by Sudanese troops since May 2010.

Meanwhile, Sudan’s defense minister Abdel-Rahim Mohamed Hussein has asserted that his country intends to take back Heglig by force and denied reports that their air forces bombed a major town in South Sudan.

“We did not attack the south at all and we have no intention to do so but we will overpower them and re-take Heglig by force” Hussain told reporters on Thursday following a meeting of the Supreme Committee for Mobilization and Alertness (SCMA) which Sudan formed under the chairmanship of Vice-President Ali Osman Mohamed Taha after military confrontations with South Sudan erupted earlier this month.

Hussein was reacting to reports that Sudanese air forces attacked on Thursday the capital of South Sudan’s border state of Unity, Bentiu town, which lies about 60 kilometres from the frontier, in continuation of a series of air raids Juba accuses Sudan of carrying out.

But the Sudanese minister dismissed southern accusations as implausible propaganda, saying that even the UN recognised South Sudan as the assailing force and ordered it to withdraw from Heglig.

Hussien went on to play down the effect of South Sudan’s shutdown of oil production in Heglig, saying that although the area is vital but Sudan has others.

Also in Khartoum, the occupation of Heglig has continued to fuel increased war rhetoric in pro-government media.

State-controlled media outlets are dedicating near-total coverage to condemnations by various local and international actors of South Sudan’s “aggression”

Sudan’s state TV has been airing patriotic and Jihadist songs inciting the public to flock to defend the homeland while the majority of newspapers carried angry reactions to the occupation of Heglig and calls on the government to retaliate.


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  • 13 April 2012 06:39, by Mi diit

    You will never get panthou (higlig) Bashir.

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    • 13 April 2012 06:46, by Mi diit

      We rather want all the other lands you have looted from us in the past if peaceful demarcation of the borders is out of question. UN and AU are ignorant about the history of Panthou.

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      • 13 April 2012 07:24, by LL Reuben


        Bashir doesn’t consider bombardment of our territories (in Unity State and beyond) as crime. He’s crying for places he looted sometimes ago as you precisely said it. He’ll be displined by our Nuer and Dinka cowboys in uniforms. Southeners are in solidarity then ever, this alone will chilled nerves of SAF. The Dinka & Nuer cowboys are hard to defeat when they are excited for war.

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        • 13 April 2012 07:30, by Mi diit

          LL Reuben,

          All our tribes are there in the SPLA fighting even if the Nuer and Dinka are the majority in the army. Bashir is fighting a greedy war to loot our land. The Hague court never ruled that Panthou (heglig) belonged to South Kordofan. It simply said it fell outside of Abyei. It belongs to Unity state, not Abyei or South Kordofan.

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          • 13 April 2012 07:37, by Dinka Dominated SPLA/M

            The war is between two countries so someone need to tell Bashir, this war will be win by us not by north because we are united than ever before,
            Words of threating are not working this days north,

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            • 13 April 2012 15:01, by Ruach

              Mangoor,War between two countries.U always insult the leaders and calling other tribes as poor.Now it is RSS vs RNS.Your tongue has rotten and may even destry this nation(RSS).You maybe an Arab or lost boy who were very much suffering from acute malnutritions.That is why your heart is very dark to other tribes like Nuer

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              • 13 April 2012 17:45, by panom lualbil

                The writer wrote ’tit-for-tat that I hope OMAR BASHIR might have read it too. Exactly this clashes was about tit-for-tat where you OMAR always order autonov to hail chemical on our territory. Plus building of illegal pipe to steal our oils again. You know better than that OMAR!!! spla are not sleeping.

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              • 13 April 2012 18:24, by panom lualbil

                Look at militia of OMAR running mouth against lostboys!! LOSTBOYS did contributed very important suport to spla espcially in 1987 when they reached [ethiopia] panyido. Therafter, we used to get rations from lostboys through pachala, pibor and all spla’s forces. We shouldnt only challenge nyagat who can’t brush their teeth like RUACH [predator] busy to steal foods. After all lostboys are mix of all

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        • 13 April 2012 07:35, by Ahmed Chol

          Dear SPLA and SALVA KIIR,

          Don’t wait for Bashir in Heglig! If you do that you have made a big mistake. Let the battle field be in the North this time. Capture all Northern towns. Organize, so that SPLA-N, JEM & SLM advance in multiple fronts. The battle will be the worst they have seen yet.
          The next peace will be signed when SPLA is in North. Our aim is to get rid of Bashir.

          Ahmed Chol.

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          • 13 April 2012 07:53, by Mi diit

            Ahmed Chol,

            For the records our aim is not to get rid of Bashir, but to get back our looted lands from Sudan in accordance with the 1956 North-South borders. But if Bashir’s own northern rebels who are fighting him in the north get rid of him, then we would welcome it as long as the new leader would abide by the 1956 borders.

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            • 13 April 2012 08:39, by Diu J.Kuek

              Mi dit
              You are right by the way our objective not to occupy the Sudan territories so we want to maintians our territories that has been under occupation thereafter liberation of those areas the borders demarcation will take place either through International observers or by gun as is going on now. so will be determine by the result of war but in the end of the day we will not be the losser.

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            • 13 April 2012 15:58, by Ahmed Chol

              Mi diit, Defense without Offense is useless
              "Aim at the stars and you will reach the moon". If we wait for SAF at the border, they will occupy the South. Why wait for them at the border when they are thinking of controlling oil fields in Bentiu. Defense with offense is good = winning!

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        • 13 April 2012 07:35, by Dinka Dominated SPLA/M

          The war is between two countries so someone need to tell Bashir, this war will be win by us not by north because we are united than ever before,
          Words of threating are not working this days north,

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        • 13 April 2012 08:13, by LOJUBA


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          • 13 April 2012 10:20, by LL Reuben

            Lojuba, Ruach, Diu, Otong and rest;

            You’ve become pure nationalist of your country South Sudan. Congratulation to all of you! And yes those fighting the war at the borders are all Southerners, I just wanted to be the bad one today. Please take it lightly, I don’t want to shatter the bond this war has brought to our people . Thanks to all of you, I appreciated your stances, that’s what I believe

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        • 13 April 2012 08:19, by Ruach

          LL Reuben,
          Try to ’ve a respects to other tribes like Nuer & Dinka.You said,the Dinka & Nuer cowboys are hard to defeat.Why do you call them cowboys?These are pple who ’ve dedicated themselves to sacrify themselves for your souls & for my soul.Stop stupid comments

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          • 13 April 2012 08:55, by Diu J.Kuek

            To all of u guys I appreciated your advices to our brother LL Reuben this war has not bn fought and not be fight by specific tribes in the Repblic of South Sudan its binding issue.
            So all our communities are now contributing morally,financially and by blood sacrifice for the cause of this land let us unite and talks with one voice give moral to our soldiers and respect our constitutional order.

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          • 13 April 2012 09:01, by Chok Deng

            To B-Al-Bashir
            when did u recognize the international laws? Now you are complaining to UN,AU and you are refusing to handed yourself to ICC,and you are refusing from withdrawing from Abyei.Now we don’t recognize AU,UN,full stop.Go to hell and complain there.

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            • 13 April 2012 19:09, by Guandong

              Chok Deng!

              I have really agreed with ur comment.

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            • 13 April 2012 19:25, by Guandong

              and I would like to advice my colleagues who are using the Wsite,to stop more argument or insulting ourself; first we need to abide with the policy of the co. and to make the debate easy we only need to advice the person who have debiated from the topic and continue to the debation, also as a responsible people we don’t blame a person but we can fix the system n carrying on.

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          • 13 April 2012 17:55, by panom lualbil

            RUACH, damn right!! NUER & DINKA are big communities and liberators. They went to war all even boys for liberation of whole s sudan. Was that action their sin?

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        • 13 April 2012 09:25, by Otong

          @ LL Rubben
          This war was is not for Nuer and Dinka,it is the war between the South Vs with the North.Do you think South Sudan is for Nuer and Dinka alone? All tribes in the South can united together and defend their territory of being taken by the enemy.Shame on you who will never bring any positive change to the lovely SS,death to you and Dinka Dominated SPLA/M.

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          • 13 April 2012 21:28, by panom lualbil

            OTONG,ahaa thre is no war with OMAR but revenge against him for bombing his rebels through our territory.But anyway my point was to explain somebody who targeted NUER& DINKA are majority in SPLA. So I said right, they dominated SPLA during war for liberation that is credit but not sin. It’s you nuer to twist thing up while complaining about dinka.

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        • 13 April 2012 10:25, by Lango2010

          please dear brothers, let look at ourselves as one regardless of tribes and states and we will win this war of arabs dogs,let remind and bring back our lost fellows that are going stray.united we stand and divded we fall.

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      • 13 April 2012 08:03, by Diu J.Kuek

        Omer should not complains for the captured of Heglig town is not an occupation its retake because Heglig has been a part of South Sudan and been occupied by Sudan.
        We are not take the path of war but SPLA act for self defense.so this Asian man with small eye need to be advise and those poor group of AU such a Thabo Mbeki need to be clear.for all we have rights to defence our sovereignty.

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        • 13 April 2012 08:20, by Diu J.Kuek

          So for South Sudanese all eyes on Abyei Area our land must be return back since International Community failed to do so.
          we the people of South Sudan have right to exercise our natural rights to defence the Integrity of our Sovereignty.
          Let not be dismorals so what expressed by UN and AU will not harms our International friends are with us war has never fought before and we will show them.

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      • 13 April 2012 08:39, by Chok Deng

        Al-Bashir should not cry like a woman,he is the one who has been looking for war since.Al-Tayyib Mustafa his uncle should pick up a gun,he is the cause of this war.
        Ha ha SAF always bring shame and disappointment to Sudanese people.
        Bahir and Al-Tayyib Mustafa were crying yesterday in Sudan TV.Death to Fake islam and Arabs.

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      • 13 April 2012 12:47, by Shadrack Nuer Machut

        There is time for everything!

        Even though Bashir calls all his MPs, soldiers and civilians, they will never NEVER NEVER come back to Panthou (Heglig)whether AU, UN,US and Ban Ki-Moon like it or not.
        What goes round comes around. It is a tit for tat game. SAF did to SPLA and it is now given back.
        "It’s a lose-lose war." said Bashir.

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    • 13 April 2012 06:51, by mayom maboung marek

      Our Standing on Abyiei and Higlig is now understood by whole world, these two places belong to South Sudan.

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    • 13 April 2012 07:16, by Daniel Buolmawei

      You are right Midiit. Read article by Gen. Thoon-Anyar Aywien under my comments below. They are now planning to capture Kaduguli and Damassin if SAF tries to attack SPLA in Panthou, our Ngok Dinka land.


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      • 13 April 2012 07:26, by Mi diit

        Yes if SAF tries to invade us in Panthou, the SPLA should respond by attacking and capturing all our occupied lands at the borders including Abyei. And let the war move to Khartoum in order to deter their aggression. AU and UN should be told to study the history of the 1956 borders.

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    • 13 April 2012 07:46, by okucu pa lotinokwan

      War has no benefit only destruction,but Omer should think twice before he will bring the children of the poor people in the Sudan and be kill in the soil of South Sudan.
      Where are the strongest Tribes by then supportting SAF before the Indepedent of the South Sudan,eg Darfurians.Nubas.Blue Nile etc etc,be very careful in encouraging others for death in S South.


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    • 13 April 2012 09:07, by Makuei


      Have to relax for now. It’s painful when his food source is under control by South Sudan arm forces but it’s not an issue for him to burn South Sudan oilfields by bombarding them to ashes.

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    • 13 April 2012 09:50, by Bentiu CAPTAIN

      The funy thing is that it is impossible for Bashir to get Panthau(HEGLIG). And the other funy thing is that the UN is telling South Sudan to withdraw from South Sudan(panthau).
      My question to the dumb UN is: 1-Who made the noth-south border that UN want South Sudan to withdraw to? 2-who knows the north-south border BETTER? South sudanese or the UN? 3- Do Bashir respect any thing from the PCA ?

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      • 13 April 2012 20:37, by zulu

        Bentiu Captain,
        UNSecurity Council has changed its stance and asked Sudan to withdraw from Abyei, Kofia Kinji, Hofr Nahaz, likewise asked South Sudan to do the same fo Panthou. This is very good. UN also blames Sudan for failing to resolve the issue of Darfur, Abyei, Nuba Mnts, and Blue Nile. All these must be resolved immediately, says UN.

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  • 13 April 2012 06:46, by zulu

    BesKir el Humar\
    Stop patronizing us. We know our priorities and they are not randomly set or chosen. They are fital. So, here are the priorities
    1= Security
    2. Border
    3. resources
    4. development
    5. food and so on. These are strategic for our survival. You cannot impose your sets of values over these.

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    • 13 April 2012 06:52, by zulu

      If reason were to prevail as a substance of governance in your regime, then as we laid out today at the Security Council, we advise you to fully comply with the outstanding issues.
      1. Evaquate from Abyei
      2. convene a border demarkation conference in consert with the borders of 1956.
      3. The issue of Blue Nile and Southern Kordofa must be settled as agreed to in the CPA
      4. A referundum of Abyei

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    • 13 April 2012 06:54, by Bolman

      you just talks like a kids you don’t know to said

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      • 13 April 2012 06:59, by George Bol

        If you want to join the North, be clear and go immediately. Leave the South alone. The South has come to the point that Jallaba has been playing with fire for so long. This is a time to put the problem to the end.

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        • 13 April 2012 07:45, by zulu

          Brother Bol,
          This stupid guy has been scared of the SC and the AU since yesterday. I have told him on all these occasions to shut up and join the NCP if he wants to. Indeed, Kiir took futher bold steps today and told the world the quotations I put here. Let him shut up and let us wise people talk while he reads our wisdom.

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          • 13 April 2012 08:19, by Bolman

            hello mr Zulu
            i believe u er so different inmind may be two or three nails falling some where and u lost them at all,second to that u don’t judged yr words before u aired out u misbalanced yourself like u misbroughtup by coparents u really mibehaviour,because u ve a truth balancemind u can never used the word stupid to someone u never seeing before to insulting pple who might be yr ages u er noth

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        • 13 April 2012 07:50, by Bolman

          haaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa who will be so call Southerness without my name but i have to challenging wrong prepection bad opinion which let the fewer number of South Sudan going back to the War bt S&N this is a sucides bro we all knw our cntr wouldn’t even completed 1 yr old we insisted going to uneffort War this is alies we ll aaren’t Salva kiir, please you chose to him advice him don’t airout the lies

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          • 13 April 2012 07:56, by George Bol


            Coward is someone who betray and shiver during difficult time. You are qualify to be called coward.How long we have wasted live for the cause of our freedom? do you think this war has no substantial? Please, keep quit and just listen.

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          • 13 April 2012 08:04, by Bolman

            infact we all become a laire like our President who always talks for nonsence nonconsideration different lies I can’t supporting somebody like him the President who always take care to his own family affairs not even all tribes around South Sudan like Garang did before to Dinkas Community in all not Bor alone he just created ashameful leadership to Dinkas Community what kind of President is that

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            • 13 April 2012 08:27, by Dinka Dominated SPLA/M

              What are you talking about? And who are by the way? Your talking is not clear which way are you standing on? If you are from south Sudan, than there is no wondering that such people like you are appear in the war time shaking like women, why don’t you just shut up or are an Arab who named yourself with Dinka names, you are not even in the frontline so what worried you so bad?

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            • 13 April 2012 16:36, by deng12784

              To betrayers and traitors.
              look where you can shelter ur life, really man, can not abused his president, it seem that you are an idiotic person who don’t know tomorrowh, bear in mind this war will not allow SPLA to recruited or mobilization cowards pple, but will be fight by really patriotic person...it came to realized that, some pple are fears to left plenty of money and joins liberation...

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      • 13 April 2012 09:10, by Chok Deng

        To the so-called Bolman
        What is wrong with u,stop your childish comments otherwise i will say more about u.It seems that you are under certain effects.These effects are;
        If u have nothing to say;then stop commenting.

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  • 13 April 2012 06:48, by Sundayw

    Criminal Al-Bashir is definitely suffering serious case of amnesia. South Sudan started off on the path of a negotiated settlement but you occupied Abyei just before referendum to forestall referendum and drag the country back to war. We did not take the bait and negotiated patiently. Unfortunately, you took this as a sign of weakness and started attacking our country from air and ground.

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  • 13 April 2012 06:49, by George Bol

    Khartoum has come to be the end point of our SPLA. The North forget that they have no teeth now. It has been predicted by Muor Muor and Koryom battalions that the war of oil, and border is still and intifather asserted it that it has not been open yet.Good that children in the North will smell " Mach-bullet"

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    • 13 April 2012 08:37, by Bolman

      wow good lies supporters I know u weren’t on fight before u wouldn’t understand well the meaning of between two countries the civilizing country and uncivilizing country which had been Rulling by mindless leaders who don’t thinks further for tomorrow,the shorters thinkers can’t won the victory without strategies,just talks with yr nonstops nonsences comments repeated one word of SPLM/A

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      • 13 April 2012 10:18, by Lango2010

        Bolman it seem you and your group are in deep pressure yet the really war is not fought, the one u call mindless or uncivilise will teach you a lesson like what ISREAL did to Arab nations, we are fighting for our rights and u people are aiming for our wealth and land. don’t get urselves running to the persian Gulf soon.

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  • 13 April 2012 06:49, by Mou

    Al-Bashir, If you want, come to Heglig and fight yourself instead of forcing poor children from innocent Arabs. You don’t have a child to fight.

    Jihadists mean nothing in Sudan, you better call for Janjaweed (evil men) because they will fight for wrong cause and they will get killed for wrong reasons. It’s not called Heglig but Tor Aliny. Swallow your shame

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  • 13 April 2012 06:51, by Sundayw

    The gallant forces of South Sudan have not intrude on northern territory. We have not occupied what did not belong to us. Our forces are performing their constitutional duty with zealousness and bravery. They have delivered our land from criminals and thieves who mistakenly believe that South will somehow collapse if we did not export our oil. We survived without oil and our ancestors did before.

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  • 13 April 2012 06:54, by George Bol

    Omer Bashier has step on Salva Kiir Mayardit tail. Our nature dictate patience first but when things when out of control, we called it "Penyamok". SPLA must be heading to Abyei and the SPLA reserves/Mobil forces must replayed the nearby.

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  • 13 April 2012 06:55, by Sundayw

    The international community must also put in place verifiable mechanisms before we return to Addis Ababa to iron out all outstanding issues. These issues have dragged on for far too long and it’s high time they are settled. Otherwise, what is going to happen is more serious and protracted than our taking of our stolen lands. The emotional reactions from North is just a lot of hot air.

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    • 13 April 2012 07:16, by Mou

      Al Bashir days are numbered, the clock is ticking to the last hour. Darfur, Blue Nile, Nuba and South Sudan. The only open heaven to Bashir is ICC route.

      Bol, you made my night. He indeed stepped on Mayardit’s tail and began to cry. No help anymore

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  • 13 April 2012 07:09, by Daniel Buolmawei

    Bashir calms down. You will not win this war. Any northerner who believe will win this war need to read this article by below written by a General who is currently at the frontlines. Arabised Northerners have not fought or won any war since "immemorial time," said the General.


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  • 13 April 2012 07:11, by Daniel Buolmawei

    The bufflo soldiers that Arabised Northerners used are no longer on their sides, said the General. Just read by yourself.


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  • 13 April 2012 07:13, by Kim Deng

    Mr. Omer,

    You’re talking about Heglig, but the Mighty South Sudan’s army is abvacing towards Abyei which your forces occupied since 2010.

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  • 13 April 2012 07:15, by Alfredo christiani

    Dear Basher
    SAF was very strong when southerners & Nubians were in the Sudanese army but now the pure ARABS will do nothing to the SPLA forces even if you bring all ARABS of Middle East. Hahahahahahahaha SPLA OYEEE

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    • 13 April 2012 08:33, by Northern Sudanese

      Alfredo christiani

      who said southerners were in the sudanese army???? do you believe there were southerners in the sudanese army during the civil war ? killing their own people???? you dont make sense really......

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  • 13 April 2012 07:18, by Corrector

    Too much talk, not enough WAARR. We want to use their skulls for car tires and blood to wash our hands in khartoum. Please deliver as soon as possible.

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    • 13 April 2012 07:52, by LL Reuben


      The virgins are waiting for them in heaven, what are they waiting for? Dude! your insanity is coming to an end, just witness the climax of it. The year is 2012, it must be blurred up in your mind’s sight making you see 1983 instead.

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      • 13 April 2012 09:09, by Corrector

        Bitch, don’t call me dude. And whats with the obsession with virgins? don’t u have any in the south or did the north fuck you all?

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        • 13 April 2012 10:30, by LL Reuben


          You’re an insane moron, take your gross ass to your homo prophet mohommed who taught you to curse like that in public forum. Do you think indulging in such a gross deregotory language will provide solution to your sorry terrorists run state of Sudan? Soon you’ll resort to detonating bombs and blowing yourselves up in the South as the only mean to fight us.

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          • 14 April 2012 05:49, by Corrector

            You are rasict, uncivilized, uneducated vile people. As long as you insist in being disrespectful to us, I will make sure that you absolutely know how much you disgust and repulse us. Want a cleaner forum, then respect every single person in this forms, Arabs, Dinka’s, Muslim or otherwise. If you ever cross the line, be assured i will remind you of what i did with your mother last night. Got it?

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    • 13 April 2012 13:48, by Mach

      Corrector, where are you with that tough talk? It’s been 3 to 4 days now make it happened!

      Panthou as the name suggested in Dinka language will be a cross-bone territory for SAf if they try to attack it!

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      • 14 April 2012 05:41, by Corrector

        Haven’t you heard, were riding you in Heglig right now. Not sure what the plans are, seems like everyone is enjoying riding your assess for now.

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  • 13 April 2012 07:32, by Daniel Buolmawei

    ’The Sudanese president regretted that South Sudan did not appreciate that Khartoum signed the 2005 Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA) for the sake of stopping the war that went on for many years and depleted Sudan’s human and material resources."

    Our late leader Dr. Garang said the CPA was not a gift, but deserved by south sudanese, why appreciated anyone for it?

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  • 13 April 2012 07:37, by Daniel Buolmawei

    “It is clear, however, that our brothers in South Sudan did not think about the interest of Sudan or South Sudan because the two countries have no interest in continuing the war for it is a lose-lose situation for both sides.”

    Now, you acknowledged that war is a lose-lose, but you think all along that your war with the south is a win-lose. Who taught you these days?

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    • 13 April 2012 08:37, by Northern Sudanese

      Daniel Buolmawei

      when we say lose-lose, we mean economicly.......but when we speak about war, its always win-loss for us :D......wait and see,our army is coming....

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  • 13 April 2012 07:43, by dinkdong

    I don’t think what president Kiir did was right. He’d have just listen the UN and AU and order troops withdrawal from Heglig. Now, it’s going to be more waste of lives

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    • 13 April 2012 07:52, by George Bol

      Another coward and bashier agent called Dingdong is here wasting his time. How long we waste live for the cause of our freedom? do you think this war has no substantial? Please, keep quit and just listen.

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      • 13 April 2012 20:46, by zulu

        Dingdong means, big head without brain. That is why we cannot understand him. That should be used to cook while real brave men go to the front line to fight. Otherwise, at the sound of a gun, he will poo in his pants.

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    • 13 April 2012 09:12, by Corrector

      Your a king among slaves Sir. I encourage you to be more active in the affairs of your country.

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  • 13 April 2012 07:50, by E. Defense Forces
    • 13 April 2012 08:19, by Mi diit

      Breaking News;

      Khartoum is begging Egypt to assist it with troops to fight South Sudan.

      Egypt should turn down the request because we want good relations with the people of Egypt.

      Let Bashir fight is own unjust war of trying to loot South Sudan’s lands.

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      • 13 April 2012 08:28, by Daniel Buolmawei

        Where did you find the news Midiit? Let’s read it too.

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      • 13 April 2012 09:05, by Northern Sudanese

        what a lie Mi diit........that was a nice lie :D

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      • 13 April 2012 09:14, by Corrector

        Not only that i don’t believe this propaganda, but i find it very difficult to believe the new Islamist government of Egypt actually cares about your disgusting faces.

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    • 13 April 2012 14:33, by Ruach

      Bashit will see it

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  • 13 April 2012 08:36, by E. Defense Forces

    Salva Kiir refused to withdraw from Heglig and threatens Abyei
    The defeated Army of Sudan
    The implications of the control of southern Sudan to the Sudanese region Heglig

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    • 13 April 2012 08:42, by Northern Sudanese

      E defence forces

      this is the second time you lie about links......a few days ago,you brought up a video saying ’’bashir threathening juba’’ that video was in 2009 -.- .......now you brought up a video of a defeated sudan army, that video is not the sudanese defeated, thats your army defeated last time.......-.- ......

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      • 13 April 2012 09:17, by Chok Deng

        To Northern Sudanese
        Don’t cry to us brother(if not enemy)u cry to Al-Tayyib Mustafa,he is the cause of these shames and disappointments to Sudanese people.

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        • 13 April 2012 09:25, by Chok Deng

          To Northern Sudanese
          Your big enemy is Al-Tayyib Mustafa not Southerners as u assume.He(Mustafa)is the one advicing his(nephew)Bashir wrong.Now people are going crazy in Sudan,they are sing a song of ’’No No oil,money,fuel,food etc’’
          What a shame brought by SAF to Sudanese!!

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          • 13 April 2012 19:01, by Northern Sudanese

            Chok Deng

            first of all,the sudanese people aren’t crying, the sudanese people today just came out of the friday prayers from the mosques.......they all claim to stand behind the SAF, all the country,United and stands behind the SAF.......in the coming hours, things will completely change.......who said there is no food or fuel? where did you get that fantasy from?
            secondly, we all love altayib...

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  • 13 April 2012 09:19, by Emmanuel Ajang Solomon

    Our former president you are well known for all that you have done in the South since you came to power in 1989.

    I think what is happening right now is some thing which will either bring change to your Government or Juba Government as the cobination of forces involve on both side include the rebles of both countries.
    Abyei is coming back with Hegilig by any means and your government will see in 2

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  • 13 April 2012 10:00, by Baldit

    Abdel Rahim Amohamed Hussein u are just a coward Arab, no Arabs who is brave than black African it’s not easy 2 take back Heglig by force

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  • 13 April 2012 10:19, by Mapuor

    You Bashir ,
    Bidyeria El Dhamashia people will not come to Higlig becoz they are your cousins,you will use Baggara who are your second class citizens & who do not benefit from the oil,only RIVERINE ARABS who are cowards benefit from the oil that you rob from the South using Baggara fools.

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  • 13 April 2012 10:32, by Tamongali

    To all those who are members of this forum, whether south sudanese or sudanese and you are supporting war between these two poor countries, you are doing so because you are in austeralia or usa or norway or some where else.there ur eating and drinking free you have not seen the sight of blood shed you have not seen a child sucking milk from dead mother and u have not seen bodies without heads.

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  • 13 April 2012 10:38, by Tamongali

    we are the one going to suffer impact ( those who are in south sudan).we have seen alot of evils deed. please discourage war and hail not it.iam not fearing death or war but we must have sense of mercy on the helpless civilian who are going to be victims.

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  • 13 April 2012 12:49, by LOJUBA


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  • 13 April 2012 13:11, by Martin Kat

    What is the connection between the permanent court of Abyei and Panthou (Heglig)?. The rulling was on Abyei boundaries while Panthou is not apart of Abyei, its belong to Unity state one of the payam of Pariang county. UN and AU kave no right to say that Apanthou is a part of Sudan territory because they don’t know where is the real border of S Sudan and Sudan.

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    • 13 April 2012 14:53, by Ruach

      War is not good,but if Khartoum wants to take our lands by force,let them face the punishments from the mighty SPLA.War is too destructive,but they are too arrogant in our lands.Death to them

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  • 13 April 2012 14:35, by Bak Salvatoria

    Sudan’s President Omar Al Bashir is acoward, why you don’t fight face to face. Please don’t kill civillian using bomb. South Sudan will win this war and ithink you know sudan History. You will go back to where you came from. "I mean enter of the Arabs into the Sudan Mother fuckers" My words are you will go back to where you came from. South Sudan Oyeeee, Salva Kiir Mayardit, God bless s.s

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  • 13 April 2012 15:59, by peter Marial

    Go ahead Bashire!!!!!!! we are not to be scared of overturning aggressions and creating some empty words against us, this will not solve any problem otherwise if you you are tired of us,why don’t you surrend and pull out these stupid so called jahidists who claim to defend Abyei and Heglig from South Sudan becuase of oil? Stupid jahadists!you will leave these places if we pull out the knives for u

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  • 13 April 2012 16:17, by monycigook

    really!!! really, really,,trying Bashir you will never get panthou ( higlig) again, and if you not believe us, trying, just before that, you must to know it very well. this is the end, of your life man

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  • 13 April 2012 17:40, by Smith

    Khartoum terrorists led by Bashir must understand that, their genocidal projects in Darfur and South Kordufan are not going to be implemented in South Sudan anymore......we shall rise against these criminals until justice prevail fro the reads in Darfur and SK.

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  • 13 April 2012 18:33, by Kim Deng

    "It (Heglig) is part of South Sudan and under our control. If they want to retake it let them try it. We are ready," he said.

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  • 13 April 2012 23:33, by Dinkawarrior

    Breaking News!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Abyei is under heavy attacked by an unknown militaries!

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