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Sudan turns down mediation’s proposal to settle Abyei issue


September 25, 2012 (ADDIS ABABA) - Sudan rejected a proposal submitted by the African Union mediation aiming at breaking the deadlock over Abyei referendum saying it ignored that the eligibility of Misseriya was the main cause of discord.

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woman displaced by fighting in Abyei in southern Sudan waits for assistance in the village of Agok May 21, 2008 (Reuters)

Khartoum was reacting to the proposal on the final status of Abyei by the African Union High Implementation Panel (AUHIP) during a summit bringing together Sudanese president Omer Al-Bashir and his South Sudanese counterpart, Salva Kiir in Ethiopian capital of Addis Ababa.

The African mediation, on 21 September before the meeting proposed to the two parties to hold a referendum on Abyei where the Ngok Dinka and the Misseriya settled in the region can vote to determine the future of the area.

The two countries failed to hold a referendum on whether Abyei can remain in the north or join South Sudan because they disagree on the eligibility of the Misseriya nomads who spend several months in Abyei every year for grazing.

Khartoum started its letter by blaming the mediation for taking the side of South Sudanese government and ignoring its position on the eligibility of Misseriya. It further stressed that the panel had to focus on resolving the "only pending issue" of who can participate in the vote.

"The government of Sudan, whose position on this matter is ignored altogether, has no alternative but to categorically reject the proposal in its entirety," Khartoum said in a letter handed to the mediation seen by Sudan Tribune.

"The proposal contradicts the Abyei protocol which does not provide for permanent abode or residence as a condition for voting in the referendum. It also contradicts Abyei protocol by not observing the parity between the Misseriya nomads and Dinka Ngok in power and resource sharing," the letter reads in part accusing the mediation of "stripping" the Misseriya rights.

Juba accepted the proposal which calls to give South Kordofan 20% of Abyei oil revenue during a period of 5 years for development projects.

In its rejection letter, Khartoum says that the proposal should abide by the 2005 peace deal which provided specific protocol on the future of Abyei and the 2010 Abyei Referendum Act.

The letter also mentioned that Sudan’s accepted proposal made by US Special Envoy, Scott Gration together with the African Union panel which recommends either division of the area by presidential decree or to allow the participation of Miseriya who have resided in the area for a minimum of 185 days.

Juba after two months talks (October –November 2010) brokered by the US special envoy, rejected Gration’s plan saying it breaches the rule of the Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA) which gave South Sudan most of the land including Abyei town and huge areas of fertile land.

Sudan, in its letter to the mediation, also warned against conducting a referendum which excludes one of the two rival communities, recommending that the AU panel uses the previous proposal of 27 November 2010 which recommends the division of the area by the presidential decree.

Khartoum says the partition of the region – northern part goes to the Sudanese government and southern part transferred to the South – accommodate the interests of both sides.

"It is futile to think of any referendum on Abyei that excludes one of the two communities. Far from advancing a win-win formula, such exclusion, if agreed, is a likely recipe for instability and strife in the Abyei Area," the letter further warns in part.

The Sudanese government also demands the formation of a joint Abyei administration and recognition of the Misseriya as residents of the area and for them to participate in the referendum vote, without limiting their rights to access to water and pastures.

Khartoum and Juba governments are under huge pressure from the two communities of Ngok Dinka and Misseriya which were involved in the North –South war before the independence of South Sudan.

Abyei’s referendum was initially agreed to be simultaneously held with the vote on the independence of South Sudan. The establishment of a new state in the South after six year interim period marred by mistrust and difficulties complicates the ongoing efforts to settle Abyei issue.

South Sudan rejected Khartoum’s demands to include the Misseriya nomads in the vote and its proposal seeking division of the area as well as allocation of equal share of resources generated from the region, describing Sudan’s demands as irrational.

Juac Agok, deputy chairperson of South Sudan’s governing SPLM in Abyei accused Khartoum government of always seeking to grab the land of Ngok Dinka.

"There is no way Missiriya can be allowed to vote because the area of Abyei has been clearly defined by the Permanent Court of Arbitration. The referendum in Abyei will therefore be conducted in the area defined by the court," Juac said on Tuesday.

He called on the Government of South Sudan to make its position on the issue clear, explaining the issue was no longer between the two communities. He also called on members of the Dinka Ngok to "defend" the area.

"What do you do when someone wants to take your house, your land by force?" asked Agok. "If you are overpowered you go and prepare and come back when you have gained momentum. The issue of land everywhere is never easy," he said.

South Sudan’s information minister Barnaba Marial Benjamin said that the presidential summit had resumed on Tuesday and was still "progressing well" in the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa.

He went further to say that the two presidents are determined to a reach peaceful settlement on all outstanding issues.

In Addis Ababa the mediation announced that the talks are extended to Friday to allow the two presidents to strike a comprehensive deal on the outstanding issues.


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  • 26 September 2012 08:43, by Northern Sudanese

    yes we reject the proposal. Our decision, any problem?

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    • 26 September 2012 08:48, by Chol

      Sudan knows; Abyei is going to vote overwhelming as South-Sudanese in 2013 referendum. And Khartoum rejecting this idea will just send a clear signal that; they don’t have a case. This is like telling a judge that; this property is mine, but I don’t want to prove that; it’s mine! Sudan just got itself cornered where it can’t maneuver!

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      • 26 September 2012 08:53, by Northern Sudanese

        there is no referendum in 2013, we rejected the proposal :)

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        • 26 September 2012 14:26, by panchol

          Northern Sudan.
          Whether NCP/SAF like or not.Referendum must be done as stapulated in the CPA.
          South Sudanese army(SPLA) is not fearing,but trying to allow diplomatic body continue talks until South Sudan climb in to safe side.
          Go and lick your Jahalin Arab President, Sudan is not yours fucken.

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        • 26 September 2012 15:01, by Mr Point

          There are only 2 ways to settle Abyei issue.
          1. Peacefully. As was tried in 2009, 2005, 1972 etc
          But Khartoum broke all these agreements. So peaceful agreements don’t work.
          2. The ONLY way that Khartoum will ever leave the land of the Dinka Ngok to the Dinka Ngok.

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        • 26 September 2012 19:50, by Hardball

          Northern Sudanese, the bad news to you guys is; you don’t make the rules and pick whatever rules you like and reject what you don’t like. It doesn’t work that way. I don’t think you’re going to like it either when African Union left it for two of us to muscle it out by force!You know the lessons of Panthou and who rush to UN first for help.

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      • 26 September 2012 14:25, by okucu pa lotinokwan

        The most wanted man on the planet,is Omer Al Bashir his turn down mediators,s proposal to settle Abyei issue will not help him from the ICC.

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    • 26 September 2012 09:00, by Mr Point

      So Khartoum wants to return to the 2005 agreement on Abyei - will they accept the award of the 2005 Abyei Boundary Commission?
      Khartoum wants to overturn the award of the International Arbitration Court for a new agreement to reward the 2 invasions of the land of the Dinka Ngok?
      Abyei issue won’t be resolved by diplomacy at this rate.

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    • 26 September 2012 09:33, by Alier

      The people of Abyei are the ones who will have the final say in the referendum proposed be African Union in 2013. No one is going to force them to live where they don’t belong; their choice cannot be dictated by anyone Khartoum. Just look at them in the picture; do they look like fake-black-Arabs?

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    • 26 September 2012 10:10, by siddaw

      Northern Sudanese.
      Don’t be rediculous like your dippy president? The truth about Abyiei’s identity will soon prevail itself. They are Southerners and they will always remain Southerners till the end of the world. Don’t sameless open your pathetic and filthy mind about what will soon come out.

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    • 26 September 2012 10:17, by Big Boy

      Dear Northern
      Maybe a better case can be made from own politics. Instead,you explained the case and you brief it there in Ethiopia.you guys are really joking with what you had rejected.

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    • 26 September 2012 10:42, by okucu pa lotinokwan

      Really Arabs are playing with fire,Abyei referendum,Merriya to vote in,impossible if means what?let the case of Abyei be pending as well the case of transporting our Oil throught Khartoum.And this now the time for the international communities to come out with fact who does not want peace within these two counties,and should face sanction.

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    • 26 September 2012 12:34, by DANDHEL

      If we go deeply to the meaning of how our Cities/Town are name then it will be very difficult for Anus washer like you to understand them..What does Khartoum Means? Dinka/Arabic/English?
      What does Abyei mean?
      What does Wau mean?
      Go back to Saudi Arabia to clean your dirty ass with clean water from there and come with right answers

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    • 26 September 2012 13:27, by South South

      Northern Sudanese or ViVa Sudan,
      You wicked idiot gay Muslim needs to shut up. Do you think your wicked government in Khartoum will keep Abyei ? Go and wash your ass, stick your middle finger deep into your ass and take out shit in your hand, then wash it ( Gatha Jamar) so that Allah can accept your prayers. Gay.

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  • 26 September 2012 08:49, by Gatkuoth

    Khartoum is not ready for any peace deal. They are there to refuse any proposal. The world Must be our witness when we liberate our territory militarily. There is no solution from the negotiations so far, so let’s give war a chance. With the fragile border and continuous rebel fighting in the north, we must seize the opportunity to engage the deaf.

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    • 26 September 2012 08:54, by Northern Sudanese

      if peace means giving away our land, then yes we aren’t ready for any peace with insects

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      • 26 September 2012 09:42, by Manyieldit

        If I can ask you my brother, what is the meaning of Abyei in Arabic and Masirryia language? The answer will tell who does Abyei belong to.

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        • 26 September 2012 11:20, by sudani ana

          My friend, what’s in a name? If I may ask you a similar question, What does Bahr AlGazal mean? Ist is English, Dinka or Arabic language? Does that mean we can claim the whole of Bahr Algazal as ours (Sudanese)rather than SS.

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          • 26 September 2012 12:33, by DANDHEL

            If we go deeply to the meaning of how our Cities/Town are name then it will be very difficult for Anus washer like you to understand them..What does Khartoum Means? Dinka/Arabic/English?
            What does Abyei mean?
            What does Wau mean?
            Go back to Saudi Arabia to clean your dirty ass with clean water from there and come with right answers

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      • 26 September 2012 10:00, by Dumodit

        It was Omar described South Sudanese as "insect". But who are you to repeat that statement?
        The Slave or Omar’s servant?
        You don’t even know the meaning of Abyiei whether Dinka language or Arabic! I support black African Sudanese to remain in the North reclaimed back their controlling territories from Arab who came last centuries as traders & nomads. No right to share in Sudan History

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      • 26 September 2012 12:11, by Virus

        Fuck you ass hole, the end will justify the means.

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      • 26 September 2012 14:41, by panchol

        Northern Arab, not norhtern Sudanese.
        You don’t deserve that name Sudan.Why did you left Hegilig and cried like a lady whose her husband dead? if we are insects.
        Why do your president attend the summit that is shared by head of insects.
        Did you witness what happened to Muamer Ghadafi? the Following were done to them 1.Beaten2.used as lady3.fired.
        such things will happen to your President.Ok?

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    • 26 September 2012 08:57, by Northern Sudanese


      you tried before with Heglig with the support of rebels and what was the outcome? if you take war as an option we will take over abyei by force the same way we did last time with south sudanese crying UN all the time for a whole year

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      • 26 September 2012 10:00, by Gatkuoth

        We defeated you in Heglij. You did not take Abyei in fighting, our troops withdrew because yours was a planned provocation to spoil our independence. Now we have our independence that is why you saw us in Heglij. The Heglij attack was just a miss call. Try us in AByei this time and you will never forget it.

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  • 26 September 2012 09:04, by mohammed ali

    The prposal was made by Francis Deng and to Mebeiki by Susan Rice. The African Union and US proposal was rejected by SS. Now we have to sttle all issues once and forever. We are not in a hurry!Messeria can’t be ignored. This their land and they will fight for it!Hence we will all fight for our land!

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    • 26 September 2012 09:23, by zulu

      this ubiquitous nature of reckless talk by you folks like mohamed and northern sudanese pits the two states into a perpetual path to distruction. trust me. it is not something you folks are prepared to handle. you have so much to loose in infrastrure and personnel.

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    • 26 September 2012 10:06, by Gatkuoth

      Mohamed Ali, which land? do you have shame to claim the land of Dinka Ngok. You have been fighting to claim the land, there is no need fighting we are expecting from you. it is our turn this time to fight for it. On top of this, you have violated all the proposals, just wait for the sunctions in coming days. deaf and liar neighbor!!!

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    • 26 September 2012 10:16, by Rommel

      The Misseriya are not people of Abyei! The Misseriya reside in Muglad and Babanusa - north of Abyei. The Misseriya do not have any legitimate permanent settlements in Abyei. The Misseriya are transhumant; their traditional lands and permanent settlements are in Babanusa; the Misseriya are merely seasonal migrants, residing in Abyei for a derisory amount of time — four [4] months in a year.

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      • 26 September 2012 10:21, by Rommel

        The only way in which the Misseriya could partake in such a Referendum would be by virtue of the application of an oxymoron; the annotation of the political rights of ’resident migrants’! The use and enforcement of a veritable contradiction in terms! The implementation of the 2009 final and binding ruling on Abyei by the PCA is the only possible means of reaching a resolution on this matter.

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        • 26 September 2012 10:23, by Rommel

          The idea of parceling Abyei between the two Nations in some twisted and deranged interpretation of equitability is not only obscene and immoral... it also contravenes the final and binding ruling of the Permanent Court of Arbitration on Abyei. It eviscerates any and all progress made thus far on this seemingly implacable issue — bringing us all the way back to square one.

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          • 26 September 2012 10:29, by Rommel

            Partitioning Abyei is in contravention of the definition of the Abyei area as defined by the Permanent Court of Arbitration as "the area of the nine Ngok Dinka chiefdoms transferred to Kordofan in 1905." This obscene proposal is in opposition to the mandate of the PCA on Abyei...

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            • 26 September 2012 10:36, by Rommel

              .. which was "to define (i.e. delimit) on map the boundaries of the area of the nine Ngok Dinka chiefdoms transferred to Kordofan in 1905, based on the submissions of the Parties." The mandate of the PCA was to determine the area of the nine Ngok chiefdoms transferred to Kordofan as they were in 1905. The PCA did precisely just that — it determined that its delimitation of the Abyei area

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              • 26 September 2012 10:38, by Rommel

                is correspondent with the area of the nine Ngok chiefdoms transferred to Kordofan in 1905. Anyone with a morsel of honesty, comprehension, reasoning and discernment perfectly understands that the land that was defined and delimited by the PCA is land that belongs to the Ngok Dinka — and not some nonsensical delimitation of land belonging to both communities.

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                • 26 September 2012 10:41, by Rommel

                  Khartoum and the Misseriya both argued before the ABC and the PCA to restrict the definition of the Abyei area as much as possible; they achieved that objective — with a total of 15, 000 km2 being deducted and excluded from the Abyei area by the Permanent Court of Arbitration in 2009 from the area previously defined by the defunct Abyei boundary Commission in 2005.

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    • 26 September 2012 15:39, by Marco A. Wek

      Yes Mohamed Ali and will smell it. You cannot claim what is not yours just because you think you can take it by force just like Egyptians did to you in Halib.
      Well we will teach you lesson you will never forget, just keep singing war mongering. You and your miseriah will be sent to hell.

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  • 26 September 2012 09:08, by Rommel

    I have said it before and it seems that I must say it yet again:
    There isn’t the possibility of a peaceful resolution to any of the territorial disputes that we have with Khartoum. You are not going to get Abyei or any other territory back under this government! Politics is the exclusive domain of noble dragons, not of corrupt sheep.

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    • 26 September 2012 09:23, by Rommel

      The return of our lands is contingent on years of detailed and painstaking preparation — a complete overhaul of our armed forces in terms of doctrine, structure, training, military platforms and systems. The entire government [if one could call it that] must be removed! I want my pride, my lands and my inheritance... and Salva and his cronies are an obstacle to that.

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      • 26 September 2012 09:34, by Rommel

        If anyone is under the fanciful notion that our lands can be reclaimed under this government at this very moment in our current condition... understand that war requires a great deal of preparation, planning, refined oil and the ability to produce small arms and all the necessary ammunition. We have to yet to establish means of production that would afford us self-sufficiency in even small arms

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        • 26 September 2012 09:44, by Rommel

          If we had a government worthy of the name, instead of a rapacious band of dim-witted, incompetent, thieving neanderthals... Khartoum’s entire air force could have been rendered inoperable, useless and obsolete by now with the acquisition of just one exceedingly important platform.

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          • 26 September 2012 09:57, by Rommel

            A great deal of intelligence, political capital and resources will need to be both invested and expended if our dispossessed and displaced populations are to have any vestigial chance of returning to their lands without any attendant security concerns that are presented by marauding nomads.

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            • 26 September 2012 10:14, by Rommel

              South Sudan can acquire the Russian S-300PMU2 for $500 million; the S-300PMU2 can track 100 targets simultaneously, 300km away. Sudan’s air force wouldn’t be able to fly over Darfur, South Kordofan, White Nile, Sennar and Blue Nile. They wouldn’t be able to fly over um hegelega - just south of Khartoum. The days of being subjected to aerial bombardment must end.

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    • 26 September 2012 13:27, by Logic

      Peaceful resolution of the border area is possible but not with the NCP in power. I generally hope we don’t return to war because anyone touched by war will tell you its a last option. The Misseriyah have the NCP in a corner, plus Abyei has oil which the NCP needs every drop of to fund their dwindling political patronage system.

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  • 26 September 2012 09:13, by Lual Ngor Lual

    We knew all along that Khatoum is not sincere in settling the issue of Abyei, they will always bring conditions upon conditions. Peace was the best alternative for the two countries, but if North Sudan need war then it is high time for commander Salva Kiir Mayardit to come back to start planning for large scale war. If we did not withdraw from Panthou, we would still be there now.

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    • 26 September 2012 09:18, by Northern Sudanese

      Lual Ngor Lual
      in heglig yo lost over 1,200 men + our army was inside the oil field in front of the TV screens even before your cowboy announced fake withdrawal in 3 days. stop lying to yourself, we have been in Abyei for a year without pussy SPLA doing any crap.

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      • 26 September 2012 09:54, by Hardball

        Northern S., please calms yourself down; no one is tormented by your empty threat. If the order is given today; Panthou and Abyei will be out of SAF by tomorrow! Do you remember when Panthou was overrun in less than an hour? You know, you don’t want to die in someone else land.

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      • 26 September 2012 13:15, by Genuine Leader

        @Northern liar.
        finally your lies make me believe what Israelis said’ that’ three alive Arabs didn’t tell truth if you didn’t kill two of them. say is true only one arab can tell truth if you kill two thanks.mark my words.

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  • 26 September 2012 09:47, by Nubian King

    Sussane Rice and the crew,
    go ahead now and impose the sanctions you earlier on talked about. We’re tired of these people who bring nothing to this Sudan apart from shame/basic commodity price hike/hunger/unending wars/tribalism.....the list continues.

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    • 26 September 2012 10:32, by Jalaby

      Nubian King,
      Shame on you man that you want a sanction to be imposed on your people and country and see your people dying of hunger and disease lacking for food and medicine!
      What shall we expect from a traitor and Jonobean agents and spy other than this?
      BTW, who do you suggest after Al-Bashir fall? your criminal Abdel Aziz Al-Hilo? really shame on you man!

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  • 26 September 2012 10:14, by Jalaby

    To Jonobean,
    Guys, you have to know that the time for getting free concession from north government is gone, since 1956 our Sudan government used to give you a lot of concessions and treated you as their sole lovely child and that was for obvious reason which was to keep the country united and preventing the split off but I think Jonobean got it wrong

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    • 26 September 2012 10:25, by Jalaby

      Jonobean divided the country and still want the concession to continue as before,taking your gone, go to jungle,fight Khartoum government and then Khartoum provides you a lot of concessions,sign peace agreement with you and brings you as ministers,you go home and laugh on us and celebrate and drink cold beer,that will never ever happen again!
      Now only big stick (Aokaz) we’ve 4 u

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  • 26 September 2012 10:21, by pabaak

    Fake arabs in North still believe they have a say in Abyei, now the world have seen who’s the stubborn in this negotiations, UN is the one giving life to criminals to hold on for power for so long, otherwise they could have been serving their life term in Hague for war crimes they committed in Sudan. whether they rejected the proposal or not, Abyei and any other places will be back by any means

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  • 26 September 2012 10:22, by Gabriel KK

    Abyei will never be part of Sudan as those idiots arab think it belong to them. shame on them.

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  • 26 September 2012 10:36, by Pif Paf

    Abeyi and 14 mile? SPLM must be dreaming. Both are within the 1956 borders of the North. Abeyi, although north of that border was agreed to referendum under the CPA. Any attempt to take advantage of the GOS kind gesture will be turned down. For now Abeyi and 14mile remain part of Sudan as per CPA agreement. Any other proposal to change that will simply be turned down.

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  • 26 September 2012 11:50, by manyang mawech

    Here we go... NCP Turned down PROPOSAL.... Where are the two useless D.M and Bol or G? You always singing ..Dinka Dinka proposal was turned down how is that? You two like or not it was turn already ... what is the plan because you dont like other tribes in South to be involve on Byei issues.

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  • 26 September 2012 12:36, by DANDHEL

    If we go deeply to the meaning of how our Cities/Town are name then it will be very difficult for Anus washer like you to understand them..What does Khartoum Means? Dinka/Arabic/English?
    What does Abyei mean?
    What does Wau mean?
    Go back to Saudi Arabia to clean your dirty ass with clean water from there and come with right answers

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    • 26 September 2012 13:18, by sudani ana

      insults and name calling just point out to your stupidity and lack of decent upbringing. I blame your parents. You ask about meaning of Abyei, and am saying what is the meaining of Bahr Elgazal? is it Dinka, English or Arabic? and can we claim it because it has Arabic name?

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  • 26 September 2012 13:52, by James Maker Akok

    If missiriya people need to be in Abyei than let them join Ngok Dinka to be come South Sudan people for them share services.

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  • 26 September 2012 18:34, by wanyjok

    Abyei self consultation means in CPA only Dinka ngok,without
    missiryia or fake arabl and 36 mile north kiir river

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  • 27 September 2012 07:24, by E. Defense Forces

    Just watch this clowns in Addis Ababa happily chatting with the north Sudan clowns while people are dying every day in both countries

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