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South Sudan holds Sudan responsible for killing of paramount chief in Abyei


May 4, 2013 (JUBA)- Kuol Deng Kuol, the paramount chief of the Nine Ngok Dinka of the disputed border region of Abyei has been killed in an ambush, officials here said today.

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Troops from the United Nations Mission in Sudan (UNMIS) in Abyei (REUTERS/Tim McKulka/UNMIS Handout)

Edward Lino, the Co-Chair of the Abyei Joint Oversight Committee (AJOC), representing South Sudan said that chief Kuol, among others, were shot dead in an ambush by members of the rival Arabs nomads of Misseriya while they were in a convoy belonging to the United Nations Interim Force for Abyei (UNISFA) on their way back to Abyei town from a visit north of the area.

“The paramount chief Kuol Deng Kuol known as Kuol Adol in the area has been killed today in Abyei by the members of the Misseriya. He was part of my team which went to Abyei yesterday to hold a meeting with Sudanese delegation and after the meeting they visited Kej (Difra)" Lino told Sudan Tribune.

"You know Kej which they call Difra, literally meaning push away which clearly tells you that the area was inhibited by some people who are being pushed away, is where the oil is produced in Abyei which the government of Sudan is exploiting”, Lino added.

"As part of my team he went together with Sudanese delegation and they toured the area after talks, then the Sudanese delegation left to Muglad after concluding the visit and our team started returning to Abyei but they fell into an ambush on their way by members of the Misseriya who asked UNISFA force to surrender them. They started negotiating for release. This happened at around 1:00PM to 2:00PM when they were stopped and the negotiations went on until 6:00PM when they finally opened fire on the convoy and the chief was killed with others", the South Sudanese official explained.

He said the team had Deng Mading Mijak who is his deputy and Maguith Deng who is a senior member of the Abyei Joint Oversight Committee and the late paramount Chief Kuol Deng Kuol.

There were also other members from the area who were being escorted by UNISFA . They were together with Force Commander and his team.

Juac Agok, the deputy Chairperson of the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement (SPLM) in the area also confirmed the incident, describing the killing as what the international community had wanted to happen first in the area before they could begin to take seriously what they warned about Khartoum seeking to sabotage conduct of the referendum in the area.

“They have killed the chief. Our paramount chief has now been confirmed dead. There are also some people but I do not know how many. I have heard of three people but it could be more because they were in a convoy. I think this was what the international community had wanted to hear first. The international community never showed any interest in resolving the conflict of Abyei. They wanted the people of Abyei to be wiped out as this is the policy of the government of Sudan" Agok said.

"We have been saying that the government of Sudan did not withdraw forces from Abyei and it is openly arming Misseriya tribes. The international community is always quick to condemn and put pressure on the government of South Sudan but does nothing when Sudan violates and defies directives of the African Union and Security Council of the United Nations”, the emotionally charged official told Sudan Tribune Saturday.

South Sudan’s Minister of Cabinet Affairs, Deng Alor Kuol. who is also from the area and is a relative of the deceased paramount chief, said his government will hold the government of Sudan responsible for the killing because the incident shows that Khartoum armed the Misseriya members and sent them to the area “to carry out terrorist-like activities”.

“It is with deep regret that I inform you of the death of our paramount chief Kuol Adol. He was killed this evening in an ambush by Misseriya. The government of Sudan will definitely pay for his death and those who have died with him. This is clear act of terrorism and Khartoum must not be allowed to get away with it like other atrocities it had committed in the area before”, Alor told weeping family members who gathered in his house after learning the incident on Saturday.

South Sudan’s Inspector General of Police, Pieng Deng Kuol, said “armed activities of the government of Sudan in the area were no longer bearable” before collapsing, indicating the level of anger generated by the incident within the community.

Kuol Deng, a senior civil servant in the Abyei said the killing of the paramount chief of the area was an organised plan by the government of Sudan because it happened after its delegation left.

“There should be no guesswork as to who is behind this incident. The killing of our chief and those who have died with him today was an organised plan. The government of Sudan knows it. You can see that it happened just after the Sudanese delegation left the area. The delegation knew it well. They knew even the time the plan would be carried out. This is clear terrorist work”, Deng told Sudan Tribune.

The United Nations Interim Force for Abyei did not respond to a call by Sudan Tribune on Saturday and there was no immediate official release by the government South Sudan.

A Misseriya chief speaking to Agence France Presse (AFP) also confirmed the death, saying Kuol "was killed today" but accused UNISFA of provoking the clash.

"A group of Misseriya stopped the convoy and started negotiations. Then a clash happened when a UNISFA soldier shot one of the Misseriya who was readying his weapon," said the Misseriya chief who asked to remain anonymous.

During the resulting clash, "the Dinka leader’s car was hit by an explosion and he and his driver were killed".

Another anonymous resident told AFP that the Misseriya wanted to know why a Dinka was being taken through their zone, and negotiations "continued for a long time".

At some point gunfire broke out, "and they shot the car of the Dinka chief", he added, without specifying who opened fire.

In New York the UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon issued a statement condemning the assassination of Kuol.

"The Secretary-General strongly condemns the killing of the Ngok Dinka Paramount Chief Deng Kuol Deng and a UNISFA peacekeeper in an attack by a Misseriya assailant on a UNISFA convoy in the Abyei Area, today. Two peacekeepers were also seriously wounded in the incident" said the statement.

He urged Khartoum, Juba, Ngok Dinka and Misseriya communities "to remain calm and avoid any escalation of this unfortunate event".

"This proves again how crucially important it is for the two Governments to establish the temporary institutions as stipulated in the 20 June 2011 Agreement and continue discussions on the final status of the Abyei Area" Ban said.

Meanwhile, the U.S. Ambassador to South Sudan condemned the May 4 attack that killed Kuol and a United Nations Interim Security Force for Abyei (UNISFA) Ethiopian peacekeeper.

"The U.S. Government strongly condemns this act of violence and demands that those responsible be held accountable. We urge the governments of South Sudan and Sudan to exercise restraint during this sensitive and volatile period," Susan Page said in a statement extended to Sudan Tribune.

We appeal for calm in Abyei and implore all sides to avoid further escalation of violence, she added.

The US envoy urged the parties to the conflict in Abyei to use the mechanisms, namely the Joint Security Committee, which they have put in place, to investigate these acts of violence and to facilitate a transparent and effective investigation to bring those responsible to justice and to ensure this tragic incident does not escalate into further violence.

"We especially urge all parties to cooperate fully in the investigation," she stressed.

Abyei was scheduled to have a referendum in January 2011 to decide its fate but it never took place as Khartoum and Juba disagreed on who should be able to participate.

Last year, the African Union mediation team proposed that a referendum be held in the contested region this October, but that only those residing permanently in the area would be allowed to vote in the plebiscite, and decide whether they want to join Sudan or South Sudan.

This proposal would effectively make the majority of voters come from the Dinka Ngok tribe, aligned with South Sudan, thus putting the Arab Misseriya nomads, who spend several months in Abyei every year grazing, not part of the voting.

According to the mediators, exclusion of the Misseriya nomads, in line with the decision of the Hague-based arbitration court, which defined the territory of the nine Ngok Dinka chiefdoms in July 2009.

However, Sudan swiftly rejected the plan, which received the blessing of the AU Peace and Security Council (AUPSC)


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  • 5 May 2013 01:44, by Gat Gan Kiir

    Great News ever,
    Warning, Deng Alor, Luka Biong and Pieng Deng don’t talk nonsense here in our Land. If the sons of Abyei are being kill for Abyei issues we have to celebrate, because they are the right people who must and will still die. Since Abyei was sold by them and the price must be pay back by these useless 9 Stupid Ngoth Ngoth Jieng. I love that, the next person could be Luka until finish

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    • 5 May 2013 02:03, by LL Reuben

      There is nothing to blame Misseriya for as they are primitive fools who are being used as experiements by NIF in Khartoum, however; the blame goes the UN, this is there work, this was done by UN to resurrect hostility between the two countries. The implemation of Matrix Agreetment was a big blow to the West, there interest was denied to them. Now Sudan and South Sudan will resumed hostility...

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      • 5 May 2013 02:09, by LL Reuben

        which demand the need of their "democratic teachings", there UN will have to stick around for many years to help counsel the two countries", while the West is slurping up the resources of the two countries. The West will continues to use the two countries as experiement to get insight scoop of African politics, which enable them to exploit the entire continent effortlessly. What a world!...

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        • 5 May 2013 02:15, by LL Reuben

          As for the upper idiot celebrating the death of the great chief, what can I say, nothing. Only if you had the eyes and the brain to see what is truly evolving, perhaps I would be attempted to swing some are your disposal. As for now I granted you all the privileges in the world to ride your foolishness with them. Should I say may God bless the Republic of South Sudan or is it an understatement?

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          • 5 May 2013 09:37, by ngadodo

            LL Reuben, your right but in Country who denied another’s Communities exercise of they’re right of self’s development. Always never going to be succeed any things, because it’s got wound everywhere and no united among themselves in order to look forward one way which has difficultly with...

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      • 5 May 2013 08:25, by watakarabu

        You are right bro Reuben, i see no reason to blame the Misseriya other than the so call UNISFA/JUBA. For Misseriya, they are fulfulling thier political greeds which is accellerated by Khartoum and UNISFA in other hands. How many times Ngok Dinga were kill even in UNMISS Compoud in Abye and other parts of Sudan before our separation? Shame to our government in Juba for letting Ngok being kill

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      • 5 May 2013 12:11, by chol

        Misseriya don’t right to be there in first place it time to get them out there one and for all enough of these fake Arabs.they been used by Khartoum for long time.the abyei people been good to them year after year to welcome this homeless to people and their cattle looking for water with no appreciation,I say it’s time to send spla to deal them since they are al bashir militias to terrorist.

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    • 5 May 2013 06:14, by George Bol

      Hey Gat mor a mok,
      Follish Nyagat talking like a prostitute. what do you like about the death of paramount chief.

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    • 5 May 2013 08:43, by Runrach

      @Gan Kan Kiir, you should learn how to behave yourself in public forums. Where on earth a reasonable person have to celebrate the death of his/her fellow human.Once again, try to refrains yourself from such merciless santanic/Islamic heart. Your living days are numbered, and Death will hit your way soon not later. God rest paramount chief Koul in peace.

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      • 5 May 2013 12:41, by Gat Gan Kiir

        Mr. Ram cilach, your masters Deng Alor and Luka Biong are in Juba drinking Wisky with Kir 24/7. If your so call chief is being kill by those civilian of Mis.. you call for help from SPLA. Please make sure that SPLA is compose of 64 tribes of SS. They can’t be use for civilian conflict of Sudan. I heard that your uncle was kill because he rape a woman from Mis— tribe. Shame on you Jieng

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        • 5 May 2013 22:38, by panom lualbil

          This is why we say ’BIG NO’ to reik machar to be the president of 70 tribes of s sudan...because being an anyagate or son of an anyagate could be a worst thing in lives of others when the natures turn out. The name known as ’GAT’ can be anything in human-figure but ceith in brain. It can be gatarabs or gatbashier or gatdemon in nuer-community, because these polks do not care at all if one

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          • 5 May 2013 22:43, by panom lualbil

            person could turn the whole community into a curse.

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    • 5 May 2013 12:38, by okucu pa lotinokwan

      UNFIA,should be change,because they are doing nothing,paramount chief Kuol killed infront of them.

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    • 5 May 2013 12:40, by okucu pa lotinokwan

      UNFIA,should be change,because they are doing nothing,paramount chief Kuol killed infront of them.

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    • 5 May 2013 13:39, by Deng K A Biong

      Warning to you, mum, and your likes, do not ever mess with Abyei people. If greater 9 Ngok chiefdom are stupid then there are no any wise people in the RSS.Next time keep your big and filthy mouth shut when our Ngok is mourning for the lost of their chief other you will dearly pay for your insults.You should smile for death of any human being because who knows your turn will be next.

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    • 5 May 2013 17:07, by son of abyei

      Gat Gan kiir & your So-call gay partner Wang........
      I see that you are surely celebrating the death of the Paramount chief of Abyei with your fuckin’ Arabs’ Pedophiles & unhumane animals...Yeah rite, Koul Adol Died in Vain & will never be Forgotten in the history of south Sudan & Sudan as a whole......Where were your Traitor (Nyigaat) Asses when Nyuon Died?????

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      • 5 May 2013 17:16, by son of abyei

        hmmmm..i reckon your Filthy, Ignorant & Disgusting, Disease infested Asses were getting Humped by OMAR EL BASHIR ( since his barren & needs to service his fuckin’ dick)......Now tell me that Nyoun wasnt wandering alone while you were satisfying that Motherfuckers ass..Additionally, I see the similarity between the Nuer&Misseriya.Both are lazy thiefs & homeless motherfucking nomads..

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      • 5 May 2013 17:30, by son of abyei

        Gat & Wang
        You pathetic, illiterate people are in need of education and civilisation A.S.A.P!!!!!! stop hating on the children of abyei just bcoz they are educated. With your cattle keeping brains and nomadic lifestyle, you will never intergrade or reach their standard of education. So suck it up....

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  • 5 May 2013 01:44, by Sundayw

    This is another failure of the UNISFA and relying too much on the these worthless and toothless UN missions to perform their work. The gov’t of South Sudan should have provided adequate security to the paramount chief instead of relying on the UNISFA. It should be the work of the South Sudan Specialized police force to hunt those behind this heinous crime even if that causes war with North.

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  • 5 May 2013 01:45, by Mr Point

    The UNISFA should be questioned about why they let this meeting go ahead. Did they provide enough security for the known level of problems in Abyei area, as reported on Sudan Tribune in the last few days.
    Was the meeting in Difra set up as a trap to enable this ambush to take place? Who was it organised the meeting?
    Where is the Dinka militia to counter the Misseriya militias?

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    • 5 May 2013 09:13, by trinitri

      good points, we cannot always rely on them!

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  • 5 May 2013 01:50, by Ito

    Dear Readers, it is a very sad news that the paramount chief was killed by terrorist belonging to Gov of Sudan. This is what some of us have been telling Salva not to withdraw from heglig, UN will not protect you if you don’t do it yourself. Affirmative actions needs to be taken immediately including military solution. Killing of big chief, they must be joking to think that they can get away withi

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    • 5 May 2013 02:00, by South South

      What a lost to people of Abyei !!!! It is very clear that NCP is a terror government.

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      • 5 May 2013 12:51, by Oppressor

        South Sudan Once Again u crying like a whore Abyei is our land it is Great Mesirya land & will never let any Dinka nogouk or any other dinak looters to take it before they ’ve been kicked from thier land & welcomed by our great chief of Mesirya Babu Nimer now the idiots " Deng Alur & lucka pushing southerners to fight for nothing ’Dinka Nogouk’ have 2 options to die or leave to S.S Fake State ..

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        • 5 May 2013 14:19, by South South

          Your English is like shit, I can not understand anything from it. Exactly, tell me what do you want to say ?

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      • 5 May 2013 18:51, by Oppressor

        Click here South Monkey to see the crimes commetted by SPLAMN in Jongle stop crying for Abyei is not ur land it is a Sudanese land & don’t ever dream about it "Insect ":

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  • 5 May 2013 02:05, by 4Justice

    US Army forsakes combat hero for Muslims

    The U.S. Army has further punished a highly respected and decorated officer in the wake of Muslim groups complaining about the approved course he taught on radical Islam at National Defense University.

    In October, we reported that Lt. Col. Matthew Dooley was fired from his position at the school for the way he conducted a class on how to respond to a variety of scenarios instigated by radical Muslims. A visitor to the class found the discussions offensive to Muslims and informed some 57 Islamic organizations, which then complained to Gen. Martin Dempsey, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. In addition to the firing, Gen. Dempsey promptly orchestrated a negative Officer Evaluation Report against Dooley that deeply tarnished a career that had received only sterling reviews from West Point through nearly 20 years in the service. Dempsey never discussed the incident with Dooley.

    Bloody Read The Conspirators’ Hierarchy: The Committee of 300, and Their goals

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  • 5 May 2013 02:06, by Mr Point

    The Misseriya have murdered the Ngok leader who was most for peace. Now there is scope for new conflict over Abyei.
    UNISFA and Salva Kirr now need to make immediate statements on what they mean to do to control this new situation.
    The Dinka need to choose an effective organisation to deal with the Misseriya. For too long they have turned the other cheek when the first cheek was slapped

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    • 5 May 2013 03:38, by Bentiu son

      First,my condolence to family,relatives n Abyei people in particular for untimely death of their Paramount Chief Kuol Adol who had been killed in ambushed planed by terrorist- homeless groups which consist of Misseriya,Muralians,Bagaara n Jajeews in South Khodafan.To Abyei people calm down the Hague-based arbitration court already defined the territory of the nine Ngok Dinka chiefdoms in July 2009

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      • 5 May 2013 03:58, by Bentiu son

        when mediated by Dr.Riek Machar Teny whom Abyei leaders today stance firm against him but Dr.Machar is peace lover, if elected in upcoming SPLM National Convention via South Sudan National Election 2015,than he will prioritize Abyei Case in his government n he will urge International Community to pressure Khartoum for acceptance that only Dinka Ngok will be legible voters in Abyei referendum

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        • 5 May 2013 04:48, by Deng II

          My heartfall go to the family of Kuol. Dinka Ngok youth has to fight, you don’t beg other to come and protect your lands. Running to rfugee camp is not a solution at all. Protect your lands from devil call Arab. You don’t need to worry for death,like Panaruu Dinka who don’t worry for death.Abyei people are kidding themselve to waite useless Government of South Sudan. Kiir love being President only

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          • 5 May 2013 05:03, by Deng II

            I mean south army is not going to fight civillians of Arab, it is you Abyei youth has to fight off your enemy from your lands. If they are numberous, inform warrap youth and Bentiu youth to help you out.UN is not gonna fight for you at all. Spill your blood for the lands.

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          • 5 May 2013 18:14, by Panthou

            @ Deng II, you are right bro! Abyei son must take up army in order to protect their mother land. Why Panaruu never left their land to any body? Whether, It’s Nuer, Shullok, misseriya, Bagaara n some small tribes in the north. Panaruu are the most strongest people all over south Sudan. Panaruu oyee!

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  • 5 May 2013 05:26, by Ayuiu Makuac Lam

    The killing of Chief Kuol Deng Kuol is not solution for Masseriya to take part of Abyei and UNISFA should be charge that is coordinating killing.

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  • 5 May 2013 05:36, by wang

    They have to kill him because he is becoming a real life threats to the Misseriya people survival in that remote region. I don’t have a problem with Dinka-Ngok people, but I hate their leaders, specifically these so called Deng Alor and Luka Biong. Misseriya are civilians like you Ngok-Dinka and deals with them in the civilians ways….

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    • 5 May 2013 22:58, by panom lualbil

      Why hate dinka-ngok’s leaders you faggot? Are the one defeating your leaders to fled KHARTOUM during spla struggle? You should luv dinka duh, because they survived all ur rubbishe leaders again by amnesty except the one that was missed with exchange of kallenjincops.

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  • 5 May 2013 05:56, by Ayuiu Makuac Lam

    UNISFA organization is completely responsible for plan of killing hero chief. Please all alliance to republic of sudan, the killing chief Kuol Deng Kuol is not the end of Abyei to North Sudan, the others hero who know the rout of are remain to follow the debate.

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  • 5 May 2013 06:54, by Gabriel KK

    The so called UNISFA must be held accountable for the death of Kuol Deng Kuol.how can a such leader died like that? were these UNISFA soldiers armed? or did they received money from Khartoum Government? RIP Kuol Deng, Abyei is yours.

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    • 5 May 2013 08:29, by Nibs

      These are some of the things you must expect when you give the leadership of a nation to a foolish illiterate and coward villager. I would urge SPLM leadership to disguise one battalion of SPLA commandos as civilians and dispatch them to abyei immediately. This will bring peace.

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  • 5 May 2013 08:01, by daniel kiir

    Something in South Sudan have to change first before anything good can happen, and I’m not talking about the government no people I’m talking about us many people put their tribe before our country we must change to be South Sudanese first and the Dinka, Nuer ….etc second . Abyai is a South Sudan territory inhabited by Dinka Ngouk until us south Sudanese all agree on that nothing will change

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  • 5 May 2013 08:03, by daniel kiir

    regarding the issue of Abyai. How can someone ask Ngouk people to fight for Abyai when we have an Army? We all know that Bashire and his army are responsible of what happened in 2007 and also responsible for the murder of the chief and his companions. I know that there is nothing our government can do at this time but we the people of south Sudan will have our revenge soon,

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  • 5 May 2013 08:06, by daniel kiir

    the army is not ready yet for an all out war with Sudan but soon they will be. The war with Sudan is inevitable let’s get our self ready to fight them for the last time but we must be ready to finish them once and for all. Let’s get the army the necessary hard ware they need to fight the next war,

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  • 5 May 2013 08:07, by daniel kiir

    , let’s get the air defense systems to protect our civilians, the air force to give those in Khartoum a test of war, only then Bashire and his people will stop the hostilities the disrespect and the killing. Unite yourself Dinka, Nuer, Shoulok…etc because we are weak when separated but a powerful nation when united.

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  • 5 May 2013 08:31, by John mamer

    war may not be good option but at such rate do we have any option, is it really good to sit back just to be eliminated one by one, it is time we use plan B Mr President Kiir,

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  • 5 May 2013 08:31, by Joseph Canada

    Well, the another most saddest news in the nation. The Icon of the people is dead. Just murdered in cold blood. Meanwhile in Juba the president is looking for the lost money and putting more decrees to satisfy his needs and that of his close relatives. SPLM ..Oyee!!!! I should say that right? I should vote for him in 2015 right? Some one please tell me if am wrong please.

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    • 5 May 2013 13:13, by Oppressor

      SPLAM Killed 11 Sudanese " Traders" in Jewdah near by Rank City 3 days back ???? it is not saddest .. u will see soon more idiots..

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  • 5 May 2013 08:45, by Jong Anthony

    this is what UN want to take place,I always surprise is UN a scarecrow or a world organization whose mandate is to protect international criminals ?
    I really need its definition

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  • 5 May 2013 09:24, by Snipper

    So that means the chief was wandering alone? where are the Abyei youth or their local white army? don’t tell me that you don’t have a white army! Even Lou Nuer has it own white army! leaving chief alone in the bush and immigrated to Juba will not help abyei

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  • 5 May 2013 10:18, by master

    who care?
    let him die million times
    this what you sowed

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    • 5 May 2013 11:10, by John mamer

      If was president of s sudan, I would have orders for about 30 millitary training camps to be opened in all south sudan ten state, and uses all the landcruisers of government to mount machine gun, and immediately order for all out war and I my self commander of operation and all this conflict will be heal.

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      • 5 May 2013 13:08, by Oppressor

        Plz give us a break ya idiot who will live to loot Neur oil money ..hahahahahahaa narrow mind.

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  • 5 May 2013 13:10, by pabaak

    Since the nomads messirya still killing the people in area while they enjoy grazing in areas of Dinka Ngok, they should be stopped immediately from entering the territorial integrity of South Sudan and if their cattle died it will be up to them. its also not a good idea of Youth to stay idle without protecting their residents in the area, since nomads has hands in killing, or do you think South

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    • 5 May 2013 13:25, by pabaak

      Sudan will move in to protect civilians in present of UN?, I don’t think so because you know two countries are in agreement now and no body want to loose this agreement, this will make it harder to protect civilian until referendum day,it painful that CPA was thought to bring peace but still most residents of country now didn’t realize this peace. this is why the New Sudan still an option

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    • 5 May 2013 13:25, by Oppressor

      "pabaak " you & laymen like u are considered legally incompetent & irresponsible because of a psychiatric disorder you have " so think be4 ya push ppl to fight fa nothing it is u ppl of south who don’t consider dinka nogk ppl as southerners & we are not claiming them as Sudanese coz they were not & will not be a part of Sudan, so solve ur own problems with them & don’t die fa no reason.

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      • 5 May 2013 13:40, by John mamer

        @there will be no peace in sudan with the current tactics your people are using, let be told that at all cost we will defence our selves, your country is not yet ready for peace and war is the language of negotiation and we will sooner or later implements what you had been asking for.

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  • 5 May 2013 13:31, by steven

    Hopefully the truth about this incident will be revealed soon and the situation will normalize, for the sake of citizens of both countries.

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  • 5 May 2013 13:42, by pabaak

    or your pathetic name, I have seen you like parasite throwing yourself in every comment here,what legal incompetent you mean? do you think people in the area can not protect their people in front of barbaric nomads who do not have a right to claim the land in Sudan leave alone to do so in Dinka land, wait if SRF will not kick you out or go to distinction inside bi without true identity

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    • 5 May 2013 13:54, by John mamer

      @ Pabaak, what you have just said is true there is need to immediately arms youth at state bordering Sudan such as Warrap, north, west bar el gazal, unit and uppernile state in order to protect themselvesa from Arab sponsored misseriya and other millitias.

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      • 5 May 2013 15:06, by Oppressor

        John mamer & pabaak to both of you what is right is that u are not ready to die you ’ve tested the sweetness of looting oil money so ya can’t move a single step toward WAR & plz tell me who’s not ready to fight ?? & at the same time u mentioned that we are not ready for peace then it means we are ready to "fight " look how u are contradictory to your own comment...

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    • 5 May 2013 14:02, by John mamer

      it is time we , think of exporting the battle to kartoum like jem Ibrahim khalil did in 2003 such that the children of sponsors of terrorist activities in Sudan taste the war, if they will not urinate in those jallabiya,

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  • 5 May 2013 15:08, by philipdit wol

    What ever happened in South Sudan is always all about condemnation from U.S, isit acse?.

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  • 5 May 2013 16:06, by Buffalo

    Sudan always is the enemy of peace and therefore, we hold them responsible for the incident that had happened in Abyei. we also argue the international communities and UN-Security council to make sure that the Sudanese government should face the law for the killing Chief Kuol Deng Kuol.

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    • 5 May 2013 16:36, by Oppressor

      Bafleo it is clearly u totally ignorant about S.S & Sudan it seems you are leaving in abroad .. any way tell me who u will hold responsible for the death of 11 Sudanese traders in Runbeak City ???? so bef4 you point finger idiot look at urself ..

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  • 5 May 2013 17:50, by Mi diit

    I know we have a long way to go on the issue of Abyei if I refer you to what prophet Ngundeng Bong said about the fate of Abyei (he called them "Ngok Kiir"). Until they change, there is no future.

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    • 5 May 2013 18:58, by no peace with north

      Hey Son of Abyei, that is the civilization Abyei need to be kill one by one by the one whom you learnt their language why are you proud of learning another language, I think what Gat Gan kiir wrote was not wrong about the death of Chief Kuol Adol his heart was bitter. That your education is meaningless now because all southerness became educated nowday. you were runing after Arab how is it.

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  • 5 May 2013 20:09, by Kikiji longiro

    Dear South Sudanese,
    Al Bashir has injuried us again.A death of any political motived elder sounds too stupid to it,s followers.
    I wish all the Abyei childern not break down.Dead of any exprience person encourges his followers.
    May the almighty God rest our chief,s soul in eternel peace.

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    • 5 May 2013 20:30, by Michael Anyong

      This is not logic from President Bashir and he will finish our presidents.

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  • 6 May 2013 10:30, by Nyanbaai

    We say we are S.Sudanese but look at all of us directing so much hatred at each other, classifying as Dinka, Nuer, Shilluk....etc. Why can’t we just stand united as S.Sudanese and fight for a joint cause, against a common enemy? I guess we could do better than this, rather than spent so much time with all this division.. RIP Kuol Deng Kuol...n my condolences to your family, people of Abiei n SSuda

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