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October 18, 2007 (KHARTOUM) — The National Congress Party (NCP) accused the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement (SPLM) of raiding the offices of the party in Bahr al-Ghazal states.

Ali Tamim Fartag

Ali Tamim Fartag, a presidential advisor and deputy chairman of NCP’s southern Sudan sector told the official SUNA that SPLM member seized the NCP premises in Northern and Western Bahr al-Ghazal States. "The SPLA changed the offices to a place where cards are being played after the office’s contents were scattered," he said.

Fartag further said that the head of Raja County who is a SPLM official, Yussif Hassan, arrested the Raja court judge in order to bar the judge from issuing a ruling in a case in which a northerner challenged the governor over piece of land set aside for businessmen in the town.

Fartag added that the violations by SPLM in south also included the storming of NCP offices by demonstrators in Awil town and its seizure for two days during which the offices were converted into an entertainment area where cards were played after the offices had been destroyed.

The 11 October decision to withdraw from the national unity government followed months of acrimony between the SPLM and the NCP. Each side accusing the other of failing to follow the peace agreement.

As sign of palpable tension between the two peace partner and growing mistrust, NCP members in southern Sudan complain often from mistreatment and obstruction by the members of the ruling party in southern Sudan, the SPLM. Also, SPLM members blame the NCP of unlawful detention, the case of Mr. Yien Mathew remains highly followed by the SPLM leadership.

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  • 20 October 2007 11:03, by jaldit malith

    To begin with, I am feeling totally obliged and compelled to reply this baseless and founded on lies allegation that the National Congress Party’s (NCP’) premises in Northern bahr el Ghazal State were raided and turned into a place for playing cards by SPLM/A.
    This is not "holding any water" and it is just an agitation to the system. What I know so far and everyone in Aweil will bear witness to me, is that the premises has been a playing cards ground and we as people of Aweil play there together in harmony regardless of our political affiliation(parties). However, the truth is that, there was a quarrel among the players themselves and this was solved by police independently.
    Therefore,as for the sake of peace, we SPLM/A have seen this as a police case purely and it was settled by the police.

    In addition, people of Northern/Western Bahr el Ghazal States are complaining that you, Ali Tamim Fartag, has sold their land to Falata Ambororo and now they are asking for clarification on this matter. Because the Falata are saying they have bought one County of Aroyo in Northern Bahr el Ghazal State and the whole Western Bahr el Ghazal State land. This has caused a tribal fight between the local community and Falata Ambororo.
    So we need your reply to this issue rather than causing confusion on other things.

    View online : Reply on claim of raiding NCP office in Northern Bahr el Ghazal State and Question of clarification on land claimed by Falatat Ambororo.

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  • 20 October 2007 11:05, by Juan

    May I view out my points to Ali Tamim Fartag,When talking of an issue/problem,be striaghtforward and not bitting around.The Raja issue we are not aware of bt the Aweil one was student demostration,tell me how many times did students do that in Kartoum or any other part of Sudan even in the world with destruction.Do you me SPLM will allow this to happen while they are the ruling party?I am requesting you Sudanese to be careful when passing messages media.Mind you are witch dogs for the rights of the people.So just eat your money peacefull in NCP,but the blood of the vetetrians will coil all of you and your families.
    From South Sudan

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  • 20 October 2007 11:11, by ater kuot ater

    SPLA is a goverment,it can check every corner in sudan where they may acuse.
    look it happen to SPLA/M office in khartoum and we didn,t say anything because it was a rule,but let me tell you black Arab Ali Timim,i remmeber you very well since 1980s when you declare a war on dinka killing thousand of innocent people,i surprise when i saw on the news acussing SPLA/M for the raid of NCP office,make sure you change your color i thought you are brown please takeoff our skin.

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  • 20 October 2007 11:51, by Pothwei Apet Bangoshoth

    To:Mr Ali Tamim Fartak

    SPLM is a ruling national political party in South Sudan like national congress party in Khartoum. So, it is not true that SPLM has raided NCP offices in the South. We all believe in SPLM and we know SPLM has a nice and good face to all Sudanese political forces.

    So, please do not attempt again to do what you had done during the civil war in Bhar Elgazal. I think you are old enough, so keep silen and wait counting your hours and minutes to report your soul to the great devil instead of reporting detrimental statements to your diabolic people of NCP. I know you are seeking hard another path to bring conflic in the region.

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    • 21 October 2007 10:47, by Marier Mabeny

      Dear Mr. Ali Tamin,
      The SPLM/A objectives of the war has never been destructive or raiding buildings like offices but focuses on self determination which has nothing to do with raiding offices. I totally disagree with your false allegations.

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  • 20 October 2007 12:35, by aguer alaak

    Iam very! very sorry and will continue being sorry for the government to have people like Ali Tamim serving nothing but to triggers problems. Is that the much your mouth could tell Mr.,to put blames on those parties you think you donn,t belong.....and to the general citizens of the Sudan call it New Sudan please, should you always be aware that such things shouldn,t happen here in the South unless in the North. All are against the SPLM/A objectives of making Sudan the better.
    Tamim the arabised junub,should you please put in mind that, if you were brought to represent the NCP in the South because of such act,then take caution and make the position for serving people rather than sitting in the office waiting to scandalize SPLM/A.If nothing to do at all then keep your mouth shot.Should you please carry your own cross.

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  • 20 October 2007 14:16, by Mou Magok

    Hey Ali, why are you worried for what happened to NCP offices in Bahr el Ghazel States alone, I see you’re taking part which is untrue. You are presidential advisor which is actually a challenge for you to keep quite when the same case happened to SPLM offices in Khartoum I never heard of you talking about it. What does it mean? You should respect your dignity and professional otherwise, I disqualified you for the post.

    Thank you,

    Yirol boy

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    • 20 October 2007 16:36, by Bob Tata

      SPLA/Mers must try to think with their heads!as their naive deeds are really ashaming all south Sudanese! we know that it is their nature to do things that way, without any regard to the outcomes of their deeds whatsoever!

      So,SPLA/Mers you need to behave yourselves when dealing with matters that concern all south Sudanese!

      Some of SPLA/M actions are too naive and reckless simply because they are taken without blessing of all south Sudanese! Could SPLA/M change the manner it does things? Can SPLA/M just corect its mistake by saying sorry to NCP as the later did to SPLA/M once its offices were raided in Khartoum!

      As for the so-called Yirol boy, I think you are too naive to understand what is going on this web site! so, you better off!

      Bol Thourmuck of Greater Naath Greater Nasir(UK)

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      • 20 October 2007 17:51, by Bec George Anyaak

        Am sorry to hear that NCP Offices in Bhar el Ghazal are raided by SPLM......Please don’t be lairs because here in Wau Town NCP Office is safe. If you don’t have any word to say then you better tell us good stories that can be remember for the rest of 3 years before self-determination in 2011
        We the SPLM Youth League have never heard of that excusation. We are not for NCP, We are not for NCP, We are not for NCP

        SPLM Oyee! SPLM Oyee! SPLM for Youth, justice, equality and development!

        Bec George Anyaak -
        Yirol Boy

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      • 20 October 2007 22:17, by Ahok

        Son of great Nasir,
        are you happy to be Exile in UK? Do you really know what is going on between NCP and the SPLA or southerners? whatever, the SPLA are doing is not as evil as you think. We southerners are trying to get what belong to us and what was agreed upon during the signing of Comprehensive peace Agreement. You are the kind of people who are dragging the SPLA down all the time, no matter how SPLA are trying to please all Southerners. Please if you don’t know what is happening now, you better keep quiet and watch the movie. Stop irritating our feelings, most of us who had hope in Comprehensive peace Agreement are now crying and very much devastated. i trust with the Grace of God we shall achieved our dreams and freedom.

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        • 21 October 2007 10:55, by Marier Mabeny

          Mr. Tamin, do not cause problems by creating false allegations to our beautiful party SPLM whos obejectives have never been negative on the peace agenda. Please i argue you to stop such useless allegations on our mother party the SUDAN PEOPLE LIBERATION MOVEMENT SPLA OYEEEEEEEEE,Rumbek OYEEE,
          Lakes state oyeeeeeeeeeee
          Thanks,
          Jonah Marier
          Rumbek East County

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        • 22 October 2007 20:57, by Bob Tata

          Dear Mr Ahok

          I respect your opinion!!
          I didn’t mean to hurt any feeling of anyone whatsoever, but what I am rather saying is that let SPLA/M not to provoke the situation as I believe none of us (Southerners) is ready for any war right now! Simply because no one prepared us to do so, also people fate up fighting unprepared SPLA wars whose prices are ONLY paid by the poor or vulnerable people of South Sudan! Do you consider that as a hurt of feelings? You are supposed to appreciate my statement as I didn’t mean to disgrace SPLA/M but rather to mention SPLA/M needs to take collective consents of other South Sudanese political forces especially when dealing with issues mattered to all of us!

          Moreover, if you really love and care about CPA and thus want to keep it alive then, you need to display some restrain when taking any decision regarding any breach to the implementation of CPA so as to be always in a safer side once matters get out of the hands! I.e. you should avoid being regarded as the violator of CPA by the international community!

          Furthermore, concerning whether I am happy with the life here in exile (GB) or not, well I don’t think I do as nothing compared to home!that is why I don’t want people to mess up with the CPA! I didn’t get what you meant by your question! As my rejection of SPLA/M destruction of the peace agreement shows how much I care about home! and how much I want peace for that party of the World as that is where I want to be! So, why do you think I should just silently watch the movie of my country being ruined or destroyed? if you can do that I bid you I can never that!

          Do you really reckon how many people’s lives Nasir communities have offered during SPLA/M disastrous war and what people of Greater Nasir are getting today as a return to for their sacrificed men, women, children, and their wasted recourses other than sidelining!

          Do you also know how many people I have personally lost in that war? Please let us not mess up with matters that have already cost us human lives! Let us not joke with our people’s blood as we don’t want them to die in vain! Think twice always when taking a decision regarding any matter concerning all of us otherwise we will regard that as totalitarianism!!

          To manage your anger read what this famous wisdom says: Any one can get angry...That is easy, but to be angry with the right person, at the right time, with the right amount, for the right propose.. This is hard.

          Bol Thourmuck of Greater (Nasir)

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        • 22 October 2007 20:57, by Bob Tata

          Dear Mr Ahok

          I respect your opinion!! I didn’t mean to hurt any feeling of anyone whatsoever, but what I am rather saying is that let SPLA/M not to provoke the situation as I believe none of us (Southerners) is ready for any war right now! Simply because no one prepared us to do so, also people fate up fighting unprepared SPLA wars whose prices are ONLY paid by the poor or vulnerable people of South Sudan! Do you consider that as a hurt of feelings? You are supposed to appreciate my statement as I didn’t mean to disgrace SPLA/M but rather to mention SPLA/M needs to take collective consents of other South Sudanese political forces especially when dealing with issues mattered to all of us!

          Moreover, if you really love and care about CPA and thus want to keep it alive then, you need to display some restrain when taking any decision regarding any breach to the implementation of CPA so as to be always in a safer side once matters get out of the hands! I.e. you should avoid being regarded as the violator of CPA by the international community!

          Furthermore, concerning whether I am happy with the life here in exile (GB) or not, well I don’t think I do as nothing compared to home!that is why I don’t want people to mess up with the CPA! I didn’t get what you meant by your question! As my rejection of SPLA/M destruction of the peace agreement shows how much I care about home! and how much I want peace for that party of the World as that is where I want to be! So, why do you think I should just silently watch the movie of my country being ruined or destroyed? if you can do that I bid you I can never that!

          Do you really reckon how many people’s lives Nasir communities have offered during SPLA/M disastrous war and what people of Greater Nasir are getting today as a return to for their sacrificed men, women, children, and their wasted recourses other than sidelining!

          Do you also know how many people I have personally lost in that war? Please let us not mess up with matters that have already cost us human lives! Let us not joke with our people’s blood as we don’t want them to die in vain! Think twice always when taking a decision regarding any matter concerning all of us otherwise we will regard that as totalitarianism!!

          To manage your anger read what this famous wisdom says: Any one can get angry...That is easy, but to be angry with the right person, at the right time, with the right amount, for the right propose.. This is hard.

          Bol Thourmuck of Greater (Nasir)

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  • 21 October 2007 06:28, by YihHon Alewei

    Why ali tamim fartag don’t ask himself about the colour of his body and his origin and where he is living now?

    People like ali tamim look gay in my view. He is married to omar not an advisor. He is now complaining about the NCP offices raided by SPLM and he has forgotten what was done to SPLM offices in Khartuom last month?

    Is there any prove that SPLM have raided the NCP offices in South Sudan? It is a pure lie, it is another twist to the strike of SPLM withdrawal of its ministers form GNU. Tell ali tamim to shut up. We are all African and if some of us forgotten our heritage, then you stick with your marry and don’t disturb the rest.

    You those who associated yourselves with beshir seem to be the true believers of Islam. It is all nonesense.

    SPLM never done anything wrong! Our blackness will judge people like mr.ali

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  • 23 October 2007 05:52, by ater kuot ater

    Iam so sorry for what Ali Tamim been taking about last week,we are sorry we are not actually going back to war, but what they black arabs are trying to do is the way of putting blame on SPLA/M and be aware of these.

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    • 23 October 2007 16:28, by Bob Tata

      Are really knowledgeable about what SPLA/M abbreviation stands for? Because if you know you would have known that SPLA/M is claiming to be fighting for both Arabs and Africans in Sudan hence the name Sudan People Liberation Army / Movement or simply SPLA/M, having said that now if you look back to your so-called black Arabs I am sure you will learn that it doesn’t make any sense all as you don’t want to discriminate between black Arabs and white Arabs if there are such kind of people in Sudan!
      As for us South Sudanese we have the right to say our minds about the way SPLA/M is handling issues mattered to all South Sudanese!if this is what you called black Arabs then, let us be that tenfold.

      Bol Thourmouck of Greater Nasir(UK)

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