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S. Sudan to withdraw its troops from border areas: Kiir

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December 31, 2012 (JUBA) - The Republic of South Sudan will withdraw its troops from border areas to allow for the operation of the proposed demilitarized border zone with Sudan, President Salva Kiir said Monday.

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President Salva Kiir (Reuters)

"We are temporarily withdrawing our forces from the immediate border areas. This will allow the demilitarized border zone to be operational. We hope that these arrangements will make sure that peace and stability is maintained along our common border", said Kiir in his new year’s message.

He, however, stressed South Sudan has not given any of its land to Sudan, adding that its leaders stood firm throughout the year to protect the fundamental interests of its nationals.

The two Sudans, on 27 September, reached an agreement on several key issues, including the demilitarization of common border, oil, security, among other issues. The African Union High Level Implementation Panel (AUHIP) facilitated the deal, reached in the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa.

Both countries, under the deal reached, agreed to withdraw their troops 10 kilometers from either side of the border, to be monitored by a joint force and the United Nations peacekeeping forces (UNISFA) working in Abyei .

However, the security arrangements of the deal have not yet been implemented as Khartoum demands that South Sudan disarms rebels fighting the government in South Kordofan and Blue Nile as precondition for the full implementation of the security arrangements with South Sudan.

Sudan also demanded to extend the buffer zone to include Blue Nile and South Kordofan border in a way to prevent the Sudanese rebels operating in the two states from crossing to South Sudan or receiving materials.

However, President Kiir in response described Sudan’s demands as practically “impossible and will not happen”. Former US envoy, Princeton Lyman, the for both countries recently said he was "troubled" by Khartoum’s recent requests and demands.

The two countries, however, agreed earlier this month in Addis Ababa to implement what they agreed and to keep talks on the rebel issue. The political and security committee will meet in Addis during the upcoming days.

Also the two presidents Bashir and Kiir are scheduled to meet in the Ethiopian capital.

In his speech, President Kiir assured the population of South Sudan army’s (SPLA) commitment to protect the nation and its territory from external aggression, including the Sudanese army and its allied militias.

The young nation, on Sunday, accused the government of neigbouring Sudan of “amassing troops” at the border ahead of a planned meeting between the two countries’ Presidents aimed at resolving a number of outstanding issues pertaining to the south’s independence in July last year.

"There are now 3,000 troops fully equipped moving towards disputed areas. They are moving with heavy weapons and they started their activities with ground on areas which deeply inside our territory. They have started this with the attack on Northern Bahr el Ghazal State and a raid of farmers in Renk County in Upper Nile State", South Sudan’s information minister, Barnaba Marial said.

The troop build-up, he claimed, was "to preempt [the] presidential summit" and prevent the planned meeting between President Kiir and his Sudanese counterpart, Omer Hassan Al-Bashir.

Both Presidents have not met since September when they signed a Cooperation Agreement on numerous issues.

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  • 1 January 2013 07:48, by Deng II

    Does he drinking alcohol first and then go for addressing the Nation? Does he know that northern barh el ghazal are fighting to protect 14 mile from being occupy?

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    • 1 January 2013 07:52, by Deng II

      Does he understand that Bashit don’t respect any aggreement?

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      • 1 January 2013 08:20, by Ahmed Chol

        CPA was just another way Garang (and those who negotiated the CPA) captured South Sudan by their mouthes. Every inch you loose on the border will take you another 21 years of fierce fighting to get back. You ordered troops from Abyie to leave without fighting in 2008 and now it is hard to get back.

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        • 1 January 2013 08:28, by Ahmed Chol

          Kiir Mayar,
          You think, people are just against you because you are from Gogrial but this is not the case, it is because of this cheap miscalculations that you make. The mistakes that you are making will hurt the next generation of southerners for years. The country will suffer but our people along border will suffer the most. There will be no SPLA to protect them and the SAF will massacre and

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          • 1 January 2013 08:33, by Ahmed Chol

            harass them. The SAF is coming to annex some parts of South Sudan by force. The plan is to drill, open and operated all oil fields by force. The people sacrifice their lives for 21 years. They voted to separate but you a dragging Arab back again.

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            • 1 January 2013 08:38, by Ahmed Chol

              If those in the Greater Bhar el Ghazal keep quiet and don’t say a word to Kiir, then what is being said elsewhere will be misconstrue for hatred towards his leadership. It is time for you guys to speak and talk to the man. The Arabs have not changed. First they said there is a contested region called mile 14 deep inside South. Now they are going to claim that as a border. After that we will be

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              • 1 January 2013 08:45, by Ahmed Chol

                talking about occupied areas in the South not the 1956 borders anymore.
                Neither the US nor the UN care about our problems. We have to stand our ground first. Kiir has never lived abroad and he doesn’t understand well how the white man operates. America’s policy is driven by interests not by friendships. Don’t mess up and expect them to come and fix everything for you.

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                • 1 January 2013 09:01, by Ahmed Chol

                  It is illogical for our country to pull back while Arabs are amassing troops at the border.

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        • 1 January 2013 17:10, by Johndumo14

          This south sudan`s president salva kiir,what type of whisky does he drinks? I think he drinks Uganda waragi and he smoke bangi,just carefully read what he said.I think south sudan have a wrong president at the wrong time.

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      • 1 January 2013 08:43, by Nguetbuny de Luelpiny

        Haoaa! Hooaaa! Deng II you making laugh yes he alway drinking! Kiir does not knew his right,Nation. does he careful black people worldwide? nightmare of weak leadership in south.weak leaders, ideas. one foolish mistake idea can cause million life dis,disease against black people. If black people wanted to live on the planet, they must have strong leaders,culture and wisdoms

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      • 1 January 2013 08:59, by Deng II

        If Garang would givein very easily like this we would not got independent because Garang was in bad situation than now. The pressures Garang got then from West were absolutey tough and significant dangerous. Imagine, at the begining of movement Garang was not friend with USA, and if you are not friend with US it should includes Europeans and that your deplomacy can not work properly on world stage

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        • 1 January 2013 09:12, by Deng II

          Right now you don’t need to listening to Ki Moon because KI is likely to blames weak person. UN folks doesn’t confront a strong man. They think South Sudan are weak and it can easily to pick on. Can you givein fight while it is your properities? It cannot happen anywhere on the world,it can happen in South Sudan such as we withdraw from Karassana and Panthou of Pressure from West,so let give our

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        • 1 January 2013 19:57, by Peacocktail

          There to many misinformation from Juba to the Public, Pledge for Support from UNSC/AU, and withdrawal of our troops from the Borderr Which is which now? Do they have the same Government and discuss the same affairs in Juba or each and everyone carried his own cross. Defense was the Agenda yesterday in the media, today is withdrawal, why are we fed with useless information????? tell us the truth

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      • 1 January 2013 12:34, by AUGUSTINO DENG

        Mr Deng 11,
        Cool down my dear. You are like me. Salva Kiir was a lucky guy and at the same time he is an empty minded leader. God knows why he give us this guy. My friend Mr Deng 11,if I get atomic bomb, I should first bombarded the fucken so called Juba and then went to Khartoum at last. Salva Kiir forget about the 2.5 million who passed away because of the war. I hate this leader myself.

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    • 1 January 2013 08:05, by Tutbol

      The intelligent behind these so-called mediators is sometimes questionable. They know very well that withdrawing troops 10 killometres each sides is just another way of creating empty spaces, which is yet another recipe for further conflicts. The masses are being fooled that it is a temporary arrangement; when in truth, it is a permenant arrangement!

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      • 1 January 2013 08:21, by Tutbol

        When it comes to Sudan’s conflicts, the world trash diplomats who can’t think out side the box will impose their ill-crapted resolutions on ordinary Sudanese & of course the spineless Sudanese on both sides flow with the shifty international mediators decisions when they well know those decisions will not work on the ground. Prove me wrong guys if a further conflicts is being implanted on our watc

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      • 1 January 2013 08:22, by Tutbol

        When it comes to Sudan’s conflicts, the world trash diplomats who can’t think out side the box imposed their ill-crapted resolutions on ordinary Sudanese & of course the spineless Sudanese on both sides flow with the shifty international mediators decisions when they well know those decisions will not work on the ground. Prove me wrong guys if a further conflicts is being implanted on our watch!

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        • 1 January 2013 08:35, by Tutbol

          We will again be lectured that a neutral UN force would be deployed at the border. Lol these are just schemes by the West & US to get S Sudanese lands & resources people. Our mediation team is just a bunch of fools who are easily threatened by the West. The West know they plundered S Sudanese money & banked them in their countries & that theft is being use against them by the West.

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          • 1 January 2013 08:51, by Tutbol

            We are reaping what we sow guys. Whoever got damn vision of putting the likes of president kiir into a powerful position of critical decision making of a country had done a great deal of damage to our country. The guy continues to go with the bullies all the time. Who are the guy advisors really? He has been lecturing the country as if everyone is his fool that is just a temporary arrangement!!!!

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            • 1 January 2013 09:11, by Tutbol

              I wish the guy is sincere & honest to explain to the S Sudanese how he will regain those lands he forsoke with his so-called temporary arrangement. Is the guy being held by nose by the Americans? The guy keeps shaming S Sudanese over again & again. Who ever is proud of Kiir’s leadership style & vision, i think lives in a different planet.

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    • 1 January 2013 08:57, by Mapuor

      Deng 11
      Thats good,South Sudan should implement its part of the agreement.Go back a bit Deng11.During Anyaya 11 what happened?What happened in 2003 after the battles of Torit.War is not a right medicine for the current problems.We need peace not war.

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      • 1 January 2013 09:23, by Deng II

        Mapour
        Do have to give your lands in order to get peace? Let tell something in southern sudan, people a long the border with North did not start fighting Arab in 1983 Please, they been fighting Arab since they came to Sudan. There is no way in this world you can run away from death if you want to protect your properities or lands.

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        • 1 January 2013 09:28, by Deng II

          Mapuor
          If you tied of death, why do Arab not tied of death? They are dying while still wanting to take your land.

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          • 1 January 2013 15:16, by zulu

            Deng. I am from Torit. I love you brother. Territorial intetgreity is not a peaceful agreement. It is a fallcy to believe so because anywhere of south sudan is south sudan. it must not be ceeded/

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    • 1 January 2013 10:24, by Johndumo14

      That is why south sudan demands president Salva kirr to be replaced with a new president who is a fightig guy.
      Thse arabs believe in war ,so war and war bring a lasting peace. Why should he wants to withdraw SPLA Army from south sudan land?
      Is he becomes a cowards leader.In the the CPA says SPLA SOLDIERS MUST WITHDRAW OR WE NEED MORE LAND INSIDE SUDAN?SALVA KIIR MUST THINK THE BACK FIRE OF THIS!!

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    • 1 January 2013 17:24, by Marco A. Wek

      Poor South Sudan, our government is causing Sudan government of amassing their troops along the border and the next day, south sudan is talking about pulling their troops from the border.
      What a lost for south Sudan?

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    • 1 January 2013 17:52, by Baring

      Kiir
      you keep hurting South Sudanese, I dont know wither you took this decision of withdrawing our troops back by yourself or with the committee involve defence and forgine affear and other political party leader. you keep hurting our country finnacially and politically and indirect way affecting us socially. please stap down if you reach that limt let others take controll. We know that your

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      • 1 January 2013 17:59, by Baring

        Kiir
        We know that your brather inLaw was in Juba to convince you to accept what is coming out from Jalaba mouth. you areso weak president i ever show in the plant. your weakness not only affect Dinka but the whol South Sudan day by day.

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  • 1 January 2013 07:57, by Snipper

    Kiir is always quick to please Bashir but his actions are interpreted in Khartoum as weakness! He should stop and creates new demands as they did!!! Why should we talk of withdrawing when they are trying hard to capture the areas we are withdrawing from. Mile 14 was wrongly included in buffer zone but now they are trying to capture it instead of demilitarizing it. What the hell is going on in Jub?

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  • 1 January 2013 07:59, by hellonearth

    WHAT A FUCKING USELESS PERSON WE HAVE FOR A PRESIDENT

    i dont think he gets the full information. there is no need to talk with these jalaba people. what do he see in these fake arabs?

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    • 1 January 2013 08:15, by hellonearth

      IS KIIR RECEIVING FUNDS FROM THE SUDAN TO SELL OUR LAND THAT WAS HARD FOUGHT FOR? HIS ADVISERS ARE USELESS AS WELL. THEY ARE GOOD IN DRINKING TOGETHER BUT CANT TAKE A USEFUL DECISION FOR THE INTEREST OF THE COUNTRY.

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    • 1 January 2013 08:17, by Deng II

      Whom do Kiir listening to his advices? Obama? Whom do he try to appease?. Why he so desperate with oil flow like this,can we (southerners) have to endure the pain and suffering without oil. USA slavery endure the pain and agony for over three hundreds years, why not us without oil if it can cure the pain.

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  • 1 January 2013 08:23, by master

    mr kiir
    do what we want & say what you want

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    • 1 January 2013 08:34, by Deng II

      Master
      I don’t fight with a person tell me the truth, of cause he do you Arab favor always, how many time he going to cleaning your ass while your ass full diseases?

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    • 1 January 2013 15:09, by zulu

      Mistressm
      And this what is logical. I love Kiir the fucker of omar el Beshit.

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  • 1 January 2013 08:25, by 4Justice

    Wow! the drunken weasel never cease to amaze me,does he really know what he is doing?

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  • 1 January 2013 08:30, by Jalaby

    Guys, don’t let the great event pass you without watching it,now and at this moment Sudan is celebrating its independence day in Blue Nile state,celebrating the great event ever of upgrading Rosiris dam,this is the real project that will pull Sudan out of poverty for good,listen to Bashir speech live by watching Sudan TV LIVE:
    http://wwitv.com/tv_channels/b6175.htm

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    • 1 January 2013 11:18, by Jalaby
      • 1 January 2013 11:38, by Majongdit

        Jallaby,
        Congratulations on your 50th independence anniversary! It was an independence brought on your table in a golden plate through the struggle of South Sudanese. You have can have it for yourselves now and we dont regret. Ours is on the 9th of Jan. We put an end to islamization and blocked its route to East Africa. It’s enough!!!

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      • 1 January 2013 15:31, by zulu

        Jalaby. You are a stupid dumb of the nomdic tribes of the North who think they are arabs. Listen to your ignorance you fool.

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    • 1 January 2013 12:07, by Paulino Miabek de Minyiel.

      Stupidity speech! When did Sudan got an independent, and still struggling. Do you feel safe as citizens of North Sudan under military coop since independent? What do you want to tell us about? Sudanless ...

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  • 1 January 2013 08:35, by 4Justice

    This idiot is completely out of his mind. we have reached a point of no return, it’s over!

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    • 1 January 2013 09:30, by Tutbol

      4justice,
      The president, his mediation team & his bunch of advisors donot know what they are doing. They think they are creating peace but if you look at this so-called 10 killometres withdrawal of troops from the common border critically, it is just another temporary war arrangement! But the president, his mediators & his advisors are too short-sighted to the danger of creating those empty spaces

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      • 1 January 2013 09:40, by Tutbol

        I meant "too short-sighted to see the danger of creating those empty spaces"

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      • 1 January 2013 10:18, by Tutbol

        I guess those of us who are sceptical about this "temporary arrangement" thing, would again be chided by our govt the legal experts that we are illiterate and cannot understand the deal & its ramifications on our citizens at the border who would affected greatly. Here we go!

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    • 1 January 2013 09:33, by Dinkawarrior

      Mr. Cowboy!
      I thinks you’re mentally retarded or otherwise you’re on the point of death. Believed it or not, the ways you do your things here will never lead you to Ramchiel.They’re gathering their troops on the borders while you’re removing your forces, is it true to say this? Just go ahead!!

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  • 1 January 2013 09:27, by Kalo

    The problem of South Sudan and Sudan will settle if the issue of 2 state is solve Nuba Mountains and Blue Nile,Sudan used all the state to Fight Nuba but they failed and turn back to accused Neighboring South Sudan and that is not true,over 21 years South Sudan has never siezed 9 tanks,200 vehicles,300 dashgo-12.5mm a day but in Nuba is very simple that is where we get the logistics from not South

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  • 1 January 2013 09:33, by Nyakuzuny

    To you President of Gogerial Village warmly greeting to you .the propose of the Demilitarized of borders Areas is not good ,you wont to repeating Panthou withdrawal was No Meaning Fully reason why?,what I am telling you,we are the people of God,this is our Premised Land.the Land Of God . don’t playing for our Bloods, our bloods will charnging you, and you will Die for the Name of God of South Amen

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  • 1 January 2013 09:39, by 4Justice

    I just feel like spitting on his stupid rotten face

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  • 1 January 2013 09:50, by Nyakuzuny

    Spla Oyeee! New Sudan Oyeee! Nation Oyeee! we shall never Surreder Again , I love Dr. John Garang De-Mabior , if it is Dr. Jonh Now as the President of Republic of South Sudan,all our Situation will be ok because he is PhD.Degree Man ,he was think as Golbally.he is very Intellegeny also and he was know the good cooperation of World Nation.

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  • 1 January 2013 10:13, by Nyakuzuny

    Dear South Sudanese ! Let me advice you about our President of Gogerial Village his behaviour is already finishing.and will not giving you any another I deas again , don’t making Bliaming of our President.

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  • 1 January 2013 10:27, by Nyakuzuny

    Dear South Sudanese ! if you need this President to be Leader . we will removing Separation b/n South And North because he was compused of making Separation .unllese we will going to Sudan United Again. because is not a leader . Leader was born as the Leader like Dr. John Garang and Dr. Riek Machar these people was born as leaders.

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  • 1 January 2013 10:48, by Bilpam Land & Itang are Roots of South Sudan.

    South Sudan will not fail for Development , if President Cowboy will Die or remove from his position.

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  • 1 January 2013 11:26, by Majongdit

    Deng II,
    It is absurd and childish to unworthily call the Nation’s president ’drunk’ on a public website. It simply tells us how low your level of education is; or else you are suffering from adolescence. By the way, Kiir is dying to see to the very end that the cooperation agreement is implemented. Many people do not understand.

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  • 1 January 2013 11:32, by Jalaby

    I think Mr. Kiir and his thugs are retreating back after showing fake braveness over confronting Sudan and start to show cooperation for 3 logical reasons I believe:
    1.They got scared of huge amassing troops by SAF that heavily equipped with machine of war at border
    2.The new oil fields discovery in Sudan few weeks ago that made Kiir and his thugs feel hopelessness

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    • 1 January 2013 11:41, by Jalaby

      3. Mr. Kiir & his thugs are running a country that at the verge of economy collapsing, full of conflicts, unsecured,facing rebels force mounting, and poor SPLA equipped troop with very low morale among its soldiers and there is no way to beat SAF by any mean!
      More importantly, US & the west can’t help anymore because their economies at great risk now!

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      • 1 January 2013 11:49, by Jalaby

        In order for Mr. Kiir & his thugs to establish a good relationship with Sudan to allow their oil to pass and rescue their dead country they’re required to do the following without any foxy game:
        1. Apologize to all Arab/Jalaba for supporting SPLA-N and plotting the evil against Sudan
        2. Disarm SPLA-N immediately
        3. Pay compensation to Arab/Jalaba
        4. Hand over Al-Hilo

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        • 1 January 2013 11:55, by hellonearth

          OK JALABY IT WILL ONLY HAPPEN WHEN YOU WAKE UP FROM THE DREAMS YOU ARE HAVING JUST NOW.

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        • 1 January 2013 14:01, by Nyakuzuny

          hello Jalaby brother don’t Killing your time with written Nonsence please just let you go of your Sexualhood , go and Fuck your Mother,fuck your blood Relatives

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        • 1 January 2013 14:01, by Nyakuzuny

          hello Jalaby brother don’t Killing your time with written Nonsence please just let you go of your Sexualhood , go and Fuck your Mother,fuck your blood Relatives

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      • 1 January 2013 11:52, by hellonearth

        Quick Question Jalaby...
        who are going on riots week in and out, Juba or Khartoum? where is it that a kilo of Meat costs 70 SDG? whats wrong with you imbecile? for one in your gay life please make sence and write something that sudanese can benefit from. what a waste of sperms you are

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        • 1 January 2013 12:33, by Whortti Bor Manza

          This fool called the president is good at threatening civilians in Wau. Kiir said bluntly without shame that if he were Rizik he would have shot more civilians. Mr. President why should you withdraw?. Go after Bashir and get rid of him instead of withdrawing. Even if you exterminate the whole fertit population, it will not address your incapability and weakness. God is great.One day u will perish.

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        • 1 January 2013 12:38, by Northern Sudanese

          hellonearth
          when was meat sold for 70SDG??? which country has most of its citizens depending on food aiod? which country has the worstt health crisis in the world?
          come on lol, protests doesn’t mean countries are poor,we see protests everyday in the west + in south sudan people are too hungry to protest loool

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          • 1 January 2013 13:52, by Nyakuzuny

            hey Nothern Sudanese brother you are not undersyanding of your words. we all know that South Sudanese is the Riches country as whole in Africa , you people of Old Sudan you are Sucking Milk of South Sudanese like Mosquito ,The Land Of South Sudan is the God , is not like your land ,the God was funishing you bro’ if there is no Resources of South Sudan! you all dies for Mal-nutrition.

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            • 1 January 2013 13:57, by Northern Sudanese

              Nyakuzuny
              hahahahaha you dark insects are so damn funny hahahahhaa, richest country in Africa? what have you got other than 300,000 b/d?
              we sucking your milk? who was depending on food smuggling when we closed the border?
              without us, south sudan is suffering the worst health crisis in the world which is a fact!
              who are you fooling? me or yourself! fuckinh insect! lol richest haha in your dream

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              • 1 January 2013 14:28, by Nyakuzuny

                you people of Sudan you are like butterfly that are depend on waste product but you know nothing else to do.
                you are like hoon dog that lying all the time.

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                • 1 January 2013 14:54, by Northern Sudanese

                  let me make a small list of south sudan.
                  most south sudanese depend on food aid
                  worst health crisis in the world in south sudan
                  no electricity even in the capital
                  cattle raids everyday killing thousands due to lack of food
                  wages not paid for months
                  no schools,hospitals, roads , teachers , doctors ect
                  all development projects on hold, what have you built in south sudan since Independence?
                  ect...

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    • 1 January 2013 12:09, by Majongdit

      Jallaby,
      Unless you don’t know what you are saying, there is no way you can convince anyone with such nonsense. Talk is cheap! You are childish and it is abuse to our dignity to share views with you. Which troops could Sudan amass today in the border that it didn’t have before. If SAF was strong, then how come al Beshir begs S. Sudan to disarm SPLM-N rebels.

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      • 1 January 2013 16:07, by Northern Sudanese

        Majongdit
        we withrew our forces long time ago, but yourefused to move them from the border. so we decided to bring them back to the border and 1 day later you say your ready to withdraw them lol.
        we aren’t begging you, we telling you! if you don’t disarm SPLA/N that means no agreement, your economy will remain 98% fucked and more of your people will die and suffer.

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        • 2 January 2013 08:39, by Paulino Miabek de Minyiel.

          Northern Sudanese, LOL do you really know what you mean by disarming the S.P.L.A/ N? I know you’re in Juba somewhere. But, you son of bitch; what did you learned from your independent since 1956? It’s against the international law to do that. We engaged your sick president to settled that problem peaceful in June 2011, but he refused to do so. Bunch of sick! Deal with it!

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          • 2 January 2013 08:58, by Paulino Miabek de Minyiel.

            Northern Sudanese + jalaby.
            I don’t understand what you mean by massing troops at the border areas? The total number of the North Sudanese army is only 109,000. You folks are losing nuba, darfur + blue Nile and wanted to come to south Sudanese territory. Coming to south Sudan is an another genocide to you Bashiir boys. We will let Abdelaziz know to head for Khartoum, while your troops are comin

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  • 1 January 2013 12:19, by hellonearth

    MAJONDIT

    YOU HAVE THE WHOLE DAY TO EXPLAIN WHAT THE PRESIDENT WANTS. JUST 3 DAYS AGO SAF ATTACKED KIIR ADEM AND OUR PEOPLE DIED AND THIS SAME PLACE IS WHAT HE WANTS TO WITHDRAW FROM. ITS LIKE GIVING IT TO THEM MAN. ANOTONOV COMES TO JUBA, MALAKAL, BENTIU AND OTHER PLACES IN OUR COUNTRY. WHAT ELSE DO WE WANT WITH THE...CONT

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    • 1 January 2013 12:23, by hellonearth

      THAT WE HAVE AGREED UPON. SO EVERYONE THAT I ANGRY WITH THIS OUR PRESIDENT IS BECAUSE HE MAKES DECISIONS THAT WILL HURT PEOPLE IN YEARS TO COME.

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  • 1 January 2013 12:20, by Jalaby

    Breaking News..
    Al-Bashir has just opened successfully Rosiris dam 2nd phase, the dam that will change Sudan economy & Sudan people lives radically!

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  • 1 January 2013 12:42, by 4Justice

    Drunken Leadership

    South Sudan’s problem, apart from its many fratricidal conflicts, corruption, and wrenching poverty, is that President Salva Kiir has pathetically fallen short. His enemies claim his fondness for the bottle has finally crippled his ability to deliver for that poor but rich country.

    http://www.theeastafrican.co.ke/OpEd/comment/Be-brave-do-not-hide-it-is-only-2013/-/434750/1653628/-/1fa2imz/-/index.html

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  • 1 January 2013 12:43, by Northern Sudanese

    Jalaby
    notice that Sudan Tribune has mentioned nothing about this, they focus so much about fake rebel statements and lies but totally ignore the Large projects and developments happening in sudan.
    + they never speak about the disaster of south sudan.

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  • 1 January 2013 13:29, by Majongdit

    hell on earth,
    I agree with in two areas: that those border areas belong to S. Sudan and that terrible agressions are daily being committed against the people of S. Sudan.
    However, I believe not in meeting violence with violence. Iam sure S. Sudan shall win by the end of the day. Let us not rush. We can fight and win over SAF, but it’s not the right time. We are noble people,we hnr agreement

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  • 1 January 2013 13:32, by ANYANYA1

    I think Kiir need to go to his hosue and sit there insteady of giving our land away to his brother Omer, North troops is on the way coming to the border and Kiir will withdraw his troops from border. what is the reason of 55 yrs in war with North ? I never seen leader like Kiir before on this world

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  • 1 January 2013 13:55, by panchol

    Kiir.
    Are you very Kiir whom we elect during National Elections in 2010 or an other Kiir who wanted to unite Junubeen with Shumalleen? why do our army pull back while SAF is ammessing troops along the border? Last time our police withdrew from Abyiei but SAF did not withdraw uptown now? SPLA withdrew from Karsassana, Tishwin and Panthou but SAF did nothing and SPLA will keep withdrawing until Las

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    • 1 January 2013 14:01, by Northern Sudanese

      panchol
      SPLA was kicked out of Karsassana, Tishwin and Heglig. don’t listen to the cowboy, your dark butts got wiped out in 10 days! you didn’t withdraw any forces, because you had no forces to withdraw on the first place! 1,200 insects sprayed in 10 days loool

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    • 1 January 2013 14:06, by Northern Sudanese

      Panshit
      its simple, because SPLA wasn’t withdrawing we are amassing troops along the borders. you pussy insects got scared, so you decided to withdraw.
      SPLA knows the truth very well and knows that those it call SAF are in fact tribesmen who they clashed with. they know that they never withdrew from Heglig, they know they never shot down a plane!

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  • 1 January 2013 14:17, by panchol

    continue... Lasu, Nimule ,Nzara, Ezu , Sarsubo , Lotukei , kejo-keji, Kaya, Awinjibul. Are we now protecting our citizens if we keep withdrawing our gallant forces deep southward?

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  • 1 January 2013 14:19, by 4Justice

    Kings and all other rulers or officials with the weight of human lives in their control should not indulge.

    Proverbs 31:4-5 "It is not for kings, O Lemuel, it is not for kings to drink wine; nor for princes strong drink: Lest they drink, and forget the law, and pervert the judgment of any of the afflicted.

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  • 1 January 2013 14:29, by James Maker Akok

    To every Southerns Sudanese people,
    President Kiir should be out in peacefully and let some go to be our President.
    To those who call themselves SPLA for Kiir, SPLA is not only President Kiir, any body in South Sudan can be select to be our president if he/she going to doing good jobs in office for us.
    What president Kiir doing is making us crying too much all the times.
    I’m a former SPLA red arm

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    • 1 January 2013 14:30, by James Maker Akok

      I mean, red army

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      • 2 January 2013 22:23, by panom lualbil

        I knew warmongers here had never been in war of SPLA ago against NORTH SUDAN to be blaming Mr. President-Kiir. I can tell they were used by MR. BASHIR against SPLA. They just dont wanted to believe like if their visonless leaders by amnesty would all defect to khartoum like always bcos they are their kinds.

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    • 3 January 2013 01:51, by ANYANYA1

      Yes James Makar, I am agree with you100% If President is not willing to lead us were we want to go, he can step down and some one will take over. We need some one who will face North Sudan face to face in everything no matter who is he / she will be our President.
      I am one of Red Arm former.
      ANYANYA1
      SPLA Oyeeeee.

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  • 1 January 2013 14:36, by panchol

    Northern son of Bitch.
    Your forces killed 1,200 soldiers!hohphohoho hahahaha! then yours were 12,000,000 troops killed in Hgilig if it happen to kill that number.
    I was there when we took Hgilig, Tishwin and karsanna. our forces withdrew as pressure from UNSC. our forces left with all tanks, heavy weapons, ammunitions , good number of vehicles. lol!

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    • 1 January 2013 14:50, by Northern Sudanese

      panchol
      hahahahaha always denying facts, typical insect brains! where was your army on the 20th of April when our forces entered the town and oil field! as good as i remember, we were inside the oilfield about 4 hours before the black cowboy announced withdrawal in 3 days looool
      who are you trying to fool? 500 south sudan families were crying over the deaths of there men in Heglig !

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      • 1 January 2013 15:15, by panchol

        Northern Sudanese.
        were you there for 4hrs in Hgilig? Then where were you for ten days? I spent two days in heglig and three days in karsanna then the rest of the days in northward of karsanna. you are fooling yourself, you are somewhere there in Khartoum.

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        • 1 January 2013 15:58, by Northern Sudanese

          panchol
          you don’t know english do you? btw you never invaded Kharsana you reached areas close to Kharsana but you never took it.
          about that 4 hours, read my comment again and use your brains this time.

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          • 1 January 2013 17:59, by panchol

            Northern Sudanese.
            I know English than your father, don’t I? I had finished Rumbek Senior Secondary School with a good distinctions of 80% English partner.
            Arab are the most dirtiest all over the world .I know how offensive you are towards number of goats that your asses use as ladies. Trying to tell Christian sheep are only blessed animals than goats. During visiting toilets, you use your left h

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            • 1 January 2013 19:36, by Northern Sudanese

              Panshit
              you probably cheated, Rumbek senior? are there even senior schools there lol???
              anyway, i don’t see any of that coming from you dark whore :), your as dumb as yo dark bold headed prostitute mama! South Sudanese are the dirtiest + ugliest people on earth! a fact!
              if your so good in English then read my comment again but using your empty brains properly this time!

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        • 1 January 2013 16:11, by Northern Sudanese

          You are even talking shit because you stayed in Heglig for 10 days before your useless butts got wiped out? lol
          may i remind you that we stayed in Abyei for a whole year, until you and the AU and the rest of the international community begged us to withdraw for peace in the region!

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  • 1 January 2013 14:39, by 4Justice

    "But they also have erred through wine, and through strong drink are out of the way; the priest and the prophet have erred through strong drink, they are swallowed up of wine, they are out of the way through strong drink; they err in vision, they stumble in judgment" —Isaiah 28:7

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    • 1 January 2013 14:42, by 4Justice

      "Blessed art thou, O land, when thy king is the son of nobles, and thy princes eat in due season, for strength, and not for drunkenness!" —Ecclesiastes 10:17

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  • 1 January 2013 14:58, by panchol

    Northern S. were you there son after 40days? "yah jana arbayin". Our forces are not insects but humans with proper senses. How do I call you?half male and half woman, because in a condition you don’t have lady you use your brother as lady. hahahaha. I am really sorry. you are a nation who is dirty..lol! how van you valley us insects.

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    • 1 January 2013 16:01, by Northern Sudanese

      Panshit
      hahahahhaa you ugly dark smelly bold headed barbarians!!! you are all insects, half man half women? you mean like yo cowboy president??? HELL NO!!!
      HUMANS WITH PROPER SENSES??? HAHAHAHAHAHA PLEASE, why would someone with senses kill his brother for cattle??? loooooool in your dreams insects!!! fuck you son of a whore!

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  • 1 January 2013 15:38, by Piny Amec Abethool-Jesus

    To Sudan Tribune
    Why rules? CLOSE JALABY n NORTHERN SUDANESE ACCOUNTS NOW.
    Comments on the Sudan Tribune website must abide by the following rules. Contravention of these rules will lead to the user losing their Sudan Tribune account with immediate effect.
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    • 1 January 2013 16:13, by Northern Sudanese

      Piny Amec Abethool-Jesus
      if someone’s speaks crap about me or my country in a really bad way, don’t expect me to respond kindly.

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      • 2 January 2013 09:26, by Paulino Miabek de Minyiel.

        You don’t even have a country, to begin with. Brown insects!

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  • 1 January 2013 15:41, by Positive Thinker

    Dear countrymen/women
    I deeply share your disappointment to say the least regarding a presidential decision announced over the sstv to pull back the spla forces from mile 14 at the same time official gov’t spokesman dr. Marial announcing the building up of saf at the same locality. Did Mr. President and Dr. Marial agreed on what they going announce. Does it mean we are scared and running away?

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  • 1 January 2013 23:30, by Kenyang

    If this comes as surprise to some of you, well, embarrass yourself for worse. Salva Kiir, a man who can’t hear his own words is with you. Martin Luther King Jr, An America civil Right leader once said "Nothing in the world is more dangerous than sincere ignorance and conscientious stupidity." At the end, majority South Sudanese will wake up to find that they have been in conscientious stupidity

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  • 2 January 2013 01:57, by jay b

    That is a nightmare for this young nation. What a president ? It is like someone free falling from the sky no control nothing. He keep flip flop from issues to issues. I think nobody advising him only Awan Chan left behind him. All advisors desert him or give up for some reasons. It is really suck.

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  • 2 January 2013 06:20, by Machartuong

    If "Both countries, under the deal reached, agreed to withdraw their troops 10 kilometers from either side of the border", then the agreed withdrawal from 14 miles south of Kiir River is absurd (illogical and ultra virus) since the border is 36 miles north of Kiir River. In the spirit of the 27 Sept 2012 agreement, SAF must be stationed 46 miles north of Kiir River.

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