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Obama asks Kiir to distance South Sudan from South Kordofan conflict


April 2, 2012 (NAIROBI) – The President of the United States, Barack Obama, has urged his South Sudanese counterpart, Salva Kiir Mayardit, to ensure that Juba is not involved in supporting insurgency in Sudan’s border state of South Kordofan.

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Barack Obama meets with the South Sudan president, Salva Kiir Mayardit. Photograph: Mandel Ngan/AFP/Getty Images

South Sudan stands accused by Khartoum of supporting rebels of the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement North (SPLM-N), which has been fighting Sudanese government forces in South Kordofan and Blue Nile since last year.

But Juba denies supporting the rebels who fought as part of South Sudan’s main rebel group - now the country’s official army - during the second Sudanese civil war, which ended in 2005 with a peace deal that paved the way for the secession of South Sudan in July last year.

A press release issued by the White House revealed that Obama spoke with Kiir on Monday and talked about developments in relations between Sudan and South Sudan.

The release said that Obama expressed concern about the growing tensions between the two neighbors, “especially the violent clashes along their shared border and renewed fighting in Southern Kordofan State.”

Last week, Sudan and South Sudan plunged into a cycle of military confrontations that started when the southern army known as SPLA attacked Sudan’s oil-rich town of Heglig on Monday. Kiir claimed the attack was provoked by the Sudanese army (SAF).

The clashes followed an unusual period of diplomatic calm during which the two countries initialed two agreements on nationality and borders as part of wider negotiations on a host of post-secession issues.

In the wake of fighting in Heglig, Khartoum called off a summit planned to be held on 3 April between the Sudanese President Omer Al-Bashir and Kiir in Juba.

In their conversation, Obama asked Kiir to ensure that South Sudan’s military “exercises maximum restraint and is not involved in or supporting fighting along the border, particularly in Southern Kordofan,” the release said.

This is not the first time South Sudan receives such request. On 28 March, a spokesman for the US state department urged South Sudan to stop arming Sudanese rebels.

"We are urging both parties to cease all military activity along the border, because it is a flashpoint that could become even more dangerous and escalate out of control," U.S. State Department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland said.

The White House said that Obama had also urged Kiir to “build on the recent achievements” of nationality and citizenship agreements, expressing hope that Al-Bashir and Kiir will meet soon at a summit.

Obama also “emphasized the importance of South Sudan and Sudan reaching an agreement on oil”, the release added.

Oil lies at the heart of current tension between Khartoum and Juba. Months of negotiations between the two sides failed to hammer out a deal on a fair charge to transport South Sudan’s oil via Sudan.

The dispute escalated in January when Khartoum began confiscating southern oil in lieu of what it alleges are unpaid fees. In response, South Sudan shut down oil production and moved to explore options of another transit route.


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  • 3 April 2012 09:02, by Dinka Dominated SPLA/M

    Obama is a fake muslem and anything bout Muslim is a threat to him,
    does muslime obama don’t care about innoncent people die from kordufan and Blue Nile area? this fake African man called Obama is useless i watch mr Bush was still the persident in USA,

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    • 3 April 2012 09:33, by Nimber

      Yes Mr Dinka Dominated PLA/M.
      My friend it seem to every body here in this forum that you have no check point whenever you comment on this forum.
      May you plz clarify your area because when you comment, your all comments are just insulting pple and challenges.
      Why don’t you put your positive idea to this forum so that the rest can adjust???
      Otherwise, God has created you with wrong image.

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      • 3 April 2012 10:22, by The Republic of South Sudan

        President Kiir has failed us and he pretends to be good enough to support S. Khordofan rebel (SPLM-N). South Sudanese are dying on daily basis within Juba town and nobody has been arrested related to these crimes committed. The so call SPLA, National Security and CID are busy killing citizens than protecting them. I can not talk about Jonglei state because it is beyond his (Kiir)’s scope.

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      • 3 April 2012 10:46, by Chok Deng

        To Mr.Obama,
        Do you really understand the problems of Sudan and South Sudan,because Al-Bashir is busy these days sending South’s rebels to unity state to capture the oil fields so as to resume his well known stealing of oil.The issue of supporting rebels in S.Kordofan is a tit for tat.If u really want to solve the problems,then tell Al-Bashir to distance himself from South’s affairs.

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        • 3 April 2012 12:29, by zulu

          I like this guy, He speaks like that but act differently. He is a viber, deceptive but dangerous. Khartoum should not think because he said so, he is sympathetic. No. Obama out foxed NCP to ensure secession was done in return for economic assistance and normalization of relations. Let us be sure to obtain air defence system from this talk because we need to establish who is causing the problem....

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          • 3 April 2012 12:33, by zulu

            By shooting down their fither jets and antonov over our airspace, we establish the pattern of lies khartoum has been feeding the outside world.
            Just see, how Obama outfoxed Pakistan and indeed invaded it and kiiled Osama. This will happen soon. That call from him was certainly to assure kiir of usa support.

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        • 3 April 2012 14:43, by Loko El Pollo


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        • 3 April 2012 17:45, by Liberal

          Khartoum are also arming our traitors (rebels) to destabilize South Sudan. Mr. Obama it is a cheating politics by telling liars to the media houses. We shall see what the government of South Sudan can do about your message. I would prefer war not only in Southern Kordofan but all South Sudan borders where there are presence of SAF.

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      • 3 April 2012 13:21, by Mach

        President Obama should not listen to propagandas fueled by Khartoum; if Khartoum believes south Sudan is supporting rebels of South Kordofans, they should produce evidences on the video.

        When the odds are against you in a fight, you don’t blame somebody in the middle that’s trying to break up the fight, because it automatically shows you lose the fight.

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    • 3 April 2012 10:11, by The Republic of South Sudan

      I am a Dinka but I can’t support Dinka this time around. SPLM is not for Dinka alone even thought it serves Dinka interest than South Sudanese interest. Before John Garang time, Dinka Bor were the first citizen, Bahr el Ghazal were the second citizen; however, Nuer and Equatorians were the third and fourth citizens respectively. Now Bahr el Ghazal are the first and Dinka Bor become the second.

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      • 3 April 2012 10:59, by Chok Deng

        To Mr.Obama;
        What are you telling us,where were u when Al-Bashir and South’s rebels busy arresting the South Sudan students who are studying in Khartoum and forcefully recruited them in rebel forces.We are not supporting their rebels,SRF is the one disciplining them properly,if we just start to support the rebels i think Jalaby and Bashir will defecate and urinate and do different things b4 time.

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      • 3 April 2012 11:33, by viper

        Republic of South Sudan, you are using the great name of our mighty nation that was cemented by the blood of our fallen Heroes and heroines with foolish ideas. What brought Dinka here now? Are Dinkas the ones who love to fight with the North? Who asked you if you are a Dinka or not? Were we having classes in the bush? Please if you run out of ideas to contribute, pliz shut up and enjoy your coffee

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    • 3 April 2012 11:15, by Antigraft

      Obama is a true Nilotic for you information you idiot fuct up shit.

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      • 3 April 2012 12:48, by viper

        Antigraft, the issue we are discussing here has nothing to do with tribalism as you want to put it. We are here talking as nationals, not as tribal oriented thugs like you. Again this issue has nothing to do with land issues of Bari community in Juba, true nationalist are here talking to our enemies and Obama, nothing to do with tribalism. Understand?

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    • 3 April 2012 11:23, by Dinkawarrior

      Obama you’re wrong for that message!How come to tell our President to distance South Sudan from our Native African? We the South Sudanese are one body with our brothers of Kordofan, Blue Nile, Darfur, and Abyiei. As you already know about the body systems, if there is any pain on your chest then your whole body will feel the same thing. You suppose to tell Kiir to come and pick up the antiaircraft

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      • 4 April 2012 00:56, by Son of Upper Nile

        South Sudan is now an independent state so in international law there is nothing called we are one body with another countries resident then we have right to interfere in her internal politics. Do you think Ethiopia will allow South Sudanese Anyuak & Nuer, DRC will allow our Azande, Uganda can allow our Acholi to meddle in their affairs. Get out of your village

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    • 3 April 2012 11:36, by Sundayw

      Dinka Whatever,

      You should watch you words carefully about saying something as stupid as calling the leader of the free world a closeted Muslim. That is the view being spread by those who are racist in the United States.
      That said, the US policy is inconsistent. What is happening in South Kordofan is Nuba people trying not to become another Darfur while Washington sits and debate. They like Bashi

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    • 3 April 2012 13:33, by The Messiah

      Dinka corruption,

      Don’t bite the hands that feed you. They are the same americans practising the same american policy. but you dont know because you’re a Dinka.

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    • 4 April 2012 00:48, by Son of Upper Nile

      DDD don’t cry loud like this, everyone will laugh at you. Do you think America will support SPLM in the mess up that is going now in South Sudan and along the border. USA is an established democracy that doesn’t fear to tell corrupt regime to never waste it’s scarce resources on removing a another country regime from power while your even people in Warrap die of hunger

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    • 4 April 2012 02:37, by somebody are Tonj

      Obama is looking at South Sudan as a country not capable of solving its own problems, but in truth he should simply stay on the sidelines and give us weapons so we can fight koc Jur and claim our lands, not? Obama doesn’t know South Sudan, for this I cannot blame him.

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  • 3 April 2012 09:10, by wad balad

    Dear kiir,

    Even your masters are asking you to stop your support for the rebels.Because its for your own good. Be a good cowboy n listen up. Dont js stand there with that dumb smile.

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    • 3 April 2012 09:26, by Madina Tonj

      Why you these Arab cat are talking about South Sudan persident.? It was Khartoum regime started arming OAGS/rebels against South Sudan’s government from the beginning when CPA was signed. I think President Obama did not understand the Sudan’s cases otherwise, he should not asking Newly nation while, the Old regime is making bombardment all times to Newly nation this is not fair. Better keep quite

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      • 4 April 2012 02:54, by Tiger

        That’s nonsenses,President Obama is just trying to gains some favor to the arabs world.South Sudan had been patience enough since independence,North had been bombarding the South and America did nothing.Obama is faking.

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  • 3 April 2012 09:29, by viper

    Mr mayardit is now the most responsible leader in the two Sudans and the only peace lover that mr Obama uses to talk to, if a tension arise b/n the two countries, unlike that ICC indicted Beshir who only understand the language of AKM47. Now mr Obama, we have nothing to do with SRF, just we want SAF to evacuate our areas, plse tell them

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  • 3 April 2012 09:29, by mosa mel

    The Obama policy is now clear and that what I have been talking about that Obama has something secret with his uncle Bashier. Instead of calling Bashier and tell him to stop bombing civillian and pipeline in South Sudan and Blue Nile and S Kordofan, he told Kiir something not existing. He now mean for Kiir to let Bashier capture the South Sudan oil. what shame on him.

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  • 3 April 2012 09:29, by mohammed ali

    Obviously, Obama seems that he is concerned of the fate of the pple of SS if a full fledged war errupted. Kiirr wants to commit multiple sucide. Stopping oil & figting a war where 4.7 human being are starving, is simply insane.The SPLA thugs & theifs had looted all the money and want to risk the life & the meager well being of the pple of SS..Certainly Americans know how much money was looooooted

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    • 3 April 2012 09:42, by mohammed ali

      .& where it is.American knowes very well that SPLA is supporting the rebells in SK & BN.They also know that the Hague ruled that Heglig is part of Sudan.Attacking it is agression,particularly when admitted by the president, in the international law.They know as well the cpabilities of the SPLA militia which by any means can not match the cpababilties of the SAF.Somebody had to stop this madness.

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      • 3 April 2012 10:23, by mosa mel

        Mhammed Ali

        Your uncle Obama will never help you to give you other person properties and land. Hague only demarcated Dinka Ngok land but not South and Sudan border. I know American people will not be rule again by dictator. South Sudan will take back it land very soon when Obama regime end. I think wise people will help South Sudanese or Sudanese as Bush did, not Obama who support killer Bashier.

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      • 3 April 2012 12:44, by Mapuor

        Mohammed Ali
        Heglig(Panthou) is not part of Abiei,what was done in Hague was the borders of Abiei with the North and not the borders of the South with the North.Abiei is now occupied by your forces of evil,why talk of Hague.War will not stop if we continue to brag of racial supremacy.Color should not be used as a sign of supremacy.Only idiots still have such beliefs.

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        • 4 April 2012 01:04, by Son of Upper Nile

          Then why greedy Abyei sons claimed Heglig is part of Abyei in present of VP who didn’t corrected that mistake although the area belongs to his home-state. If South Sudan lose Heglig it’s because of Abyei sons greed and this is what was declared by our president in SSTV

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      • 3 April 2012 18:18, by Smith

        Hahahah, Mohamed Ali, talking about Hague? what have you ever agreed to about the international tribunal? if Hague is a justified court as you admit now and need serious commitment, you first have to hand over Bashit, Harun, Kusaby and Hussein to start with as implementation of Hague outcomes then South will follow to honor it by giving you Heglig.
        Poor Arab has no senses

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    • 3 April 2012 09:54, by viper

      Mohammed Ali, please stop talking about your useless hunger against our people in S. Sudan. Where did you got this fake statistics of 4.7 millions to be starving? You, the Arabs of Sudan do not understands and you are known worldwide of giving lies and the proof was that your UN representative Abdul Halim was dismissed in UN couz of telling lies

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  • 3 April 2012 09:38, by Bentiu CAPTAIN

    Please Obama call the criminal Bashir instead our president. Bashir want to open our OIL field by force and you better understant that. We are therer to defend our NATION!!!!


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  • 3 April 2012 09:40, by Nyina-gook Palek

    I agreed with US President advise to Kiir if there is still any connection the former comrate but to me SPLA/N has no connection and of course as he mentioned it the issue with two is oil.But do we share our oil while we two separate Nation? The Sudan Resources(wealth) left with after seceession did we cliamed any thing? What is a common goal beyond of still sharing our oil?

    To me oil is for Sou

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    • 3 April 2012 09:58, by mosa mel

      Obama Supporting Bashier since he come to power. He cancel every policy of president Bush who try to help Sudanese people to stay peaceful instead of killing each other. But now Obama pleasing killer Bashier with his gangs and encourage him to kill more poor Sudanese and South Sudanese. Bashier takes modern weapons from Iran and China but Obama keep quiet but Obama prevent weapons to S Sudan.

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      • 3 April 2012 11:30, by Antigraft

        When he blames Bashir every on this website is happy, when he wants justice to prevail every is crying what a hypocritical nation is this?

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        • 4 April 2012 05:30, by zulu


          Your definition or perception of peace is either a protrution of an oximoron or a misnomer. If we take data of Sudan’s violations of south sudan’s soverignty visa vis that of south sudan against the sudan, there is an asymetry that paints sudan’s gross violations from agreements to territorial integrity and regime change favors a peaceful coexistence as well as a secure sudan.

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    • 3 April 2012 10:33, by Deng

      please stop supporting that negative stand of Obama’s adminstration,

      first of all, the south is not going to say oh, i got my bread so fuck my supporters during my struggle, and secondly, Sudan is intentionally working on anexing the southern oilfields to the North, this is already proven by abyei illegal occupation, and is going viral on Teshwin, jau, and even unity states.

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  • 3 April 2012 09:40, by Madina Tonj

    Those who want to please Arab dictatorship should keep quite if they fails to stop genocide in Sudan. One can wonder why these Sudanese tribes are suffering under indictment yet, the world leader are trying to please the killer instead, supporting those suffers most this is unbelieveable to hear all time blame South Sudan gov about supports on N-SPLA while, the Khartoum has arms 1000 S.Suda rebels

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  • 3 April 2012 09:42, by mosa mel

    I know obama enjoy when Bashier is killing S Sudanese and Sudanese people. He want to break relationship between S Sudanese and American. But I know S Sudanese understand that Obama is the only doesn’t like freedom of S Sudan as his uncle fake muslim Bashier. May the God end Obama regime this year. Obama is the one complicating Abeyi and others S Sudan areas.

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  • 3 April 2012 09:59, by Deng

    Obama has truly proven to be a fake muslim....yesterday he was begging Khartoum to have food aid delivery to the people of South khordufan and today, he is asking kiir to distance himself from helpless, and marginalized people. TO ALL SOUTH SUDANESE IN THE STATES PLEASE LETS VOTE FOR REPUBLICANS THIS YEAR. fUCK OBAMA’S ADMINSTRATION

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  • 3 April 2012 10:06, by Eastern

    South Sudan seceded from the Sudan in July last year but stupid heads within the ruling party (calling itself SPLM) still feel that South Sudan is Part of the Sudan. SPLM fails to see the difference between the two entities. What is the meaning of SPLM in South Sudan anyway. Delink yourself from the so called SPLM North or our woes in the new country will not end. Stop stoking the fire. Let the ember of war die with the referandum.SPLM give us a break!

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    • 3 April 2012 10:20, by Deng

      Mr so call Eastern.

      Do you understand whats LOYALTY stands for?.....if you dont please check that term under the dictionary of fools.
      first of all, SPLA represented by our icon President Salva kiir has proven its ideal strengths and vision beyond words. can express.Mr. easterner, can you leave your brother that shared the same whom as you in the ditch? if you can, than you are the king of fools.

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      • 3 April 2012 12:11, by mohammed ali

        Deng, does loyality means to see your " icons" loooooote billins while your pple dying & starving ing in millions, and you just keep quite. Just burring you neck in the sand is not loyality!

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      • 3 April 2012 12:25, by Eastern

        That kind of LOYALY you are refering to is the type in which the proverbial fly followed the corpse into the grave. I did not know that that we have stooges in this new country who pay LOYALTY to individuals, parties than the nation. With the likes of you, Deng, we in South Sudan are doomed. You were not able to differenciate between SPLM and SPLM and that’s the source of confusion!

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      • 3 April 2012 12:30, by Eastern

        I don’t think this current confusion has something to do with LOYALTY. You seems to be living in the 1800s if you still have that word as your guiding principles in relation to individuals, parties rather than nation. You have failed to differenciate between SPLM and SPLA. South Sudan is above is above our various tribes, the president, SPLA, SPLM and all that you are LOYAL to.

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        • 3 April 2012 12:48, by zulu

          Obviousely Mr. Eastern is one feeble minded south sudanese who is mindlessly criticising ther rulling party for everything without alternative. and if he, they have elternaive it is Beshir who gives them to him. No doubt, the NCP fails to differentiate who it is fighting. Tje acronym certainly confuses them as well as the unity of the rebels. Bravo SPLA,

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      • 4 April 2012 01:11, by Son of Upper Nile

        Then if you talk of loyalty be brave & declare SPLM is fighting alongside SPLA-N in South Kordufan

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  • 3 April 2012 10:10, by mosa mel

    Obama always change his face when he talk about Sudan and South Sudan because he knows S Sudan has rights and he is not happy about the freedom of South Sudanese. His policy may harm the world because their uncles terrorists are now occupying middle east and west Africa so people have to be careful about Obama policy.

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  • 3 April 2012 10:23, by Corrector

    Its very interesting seeing this south vs south thing that’s going on in this forum these days. As soon as things got mildly serious, they attack each other. Very interesting.

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    • 3 April 2012 10:27, by Deng

      Mr. corrector,

      I think you need to change that name because it does not suit you, this issue is about North and South conflict with bitches in between both parameters. so its not just about south only as proven by the existence of opposition parties and rebels on both sides who want regime change

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  • 3 April 2012 10:36, by Northern Sudanese

    hahahahahahhahahahaha south sudanese hahahahahahahhahhaah

    your new leaders are also against youth ahahahahhahahhahahah
    left behind?????? dont cry.........israel also doesn’t give a shit about youth hahahahaha they are now even kicking your people out of israel hahahahhahahahahhaa

    these are your so called international friends hahahhahahaa

    SAF carry on bombing!!!!!!!

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    • 3 April 2012 11:16, by Chok Deng

      To Northen Sudanese;
      If you are running out of english words,then stop commenting because you are wasting the page for nothing.Don’t cry i heard everybody in Khartoum is shivering and evacuating Sudan because of SRF only,then what do u expected if mighty SPLA start to attack Sudan.To prove me right that people r evacuating Sudan,students of Telodi did n’t sit the last 2 exams of Sudan certificate

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      • 3 April 2012 12:18, by Northern Sudanese

        chog deng

        hahaha nice one hahaharunning out of english words hahahahahahaah evacuating sudan?????? what about south sudan???no 1 wants to go back there and you speak about khartoum????lies lies lies just like your cowboy president hahahahhaha so the SRF is targetting children not to sit their exams???or do you want kids to sit exams in a battle front???spla sents kids to the battlefront btw hahah

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        • 3 April 2012 12:57, by viper

          The same teeth you are laughing with will be the ones that you will cry with very soon. The proverb says that laugh best to whom laugh last. You in khartoum do not deserve good neighbourhood, you deserve daily dushman or komash

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      • 3 April 2012 18:23, by Smith

        Chol you are right, I heard thousands of kids particularly from the rich families in Sudan have crossed to Egypt and Malaysia as their thugs and criminal fathers have smelt a rat. the statistics of the people flying as well going by river to Cairo is increasing daily. Egypt is now on alert on what is happening in Sudan.

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  • 3 April 2012 11:23, by Dinkawarrior

    Obama you’re wrong for that message!How come to tell our President to distance South Sudan from our Native African? We the South Sudanese are one body with our brothers of Kordofan, Blue Nile, Darfur, and Abyiei. As you already know about the body systems, if there is any pain on your chest then your whole body will feel the same thing. You suppose to tell Kiir to come and pick up the antiaircraft

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  • 3 April 2012 13:48, by wad balad


    The SPLM support for the rebels is very obvious even if the cowboy denies it. Although the US is trying to support GOSS, they cannot act like your cowboy president and tell the world that SPLM is not supporting SRF because they will look like a fool js like kiir.
    Now your masters have told you loud and clear, dont support the rebels for your own good.

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  • 3 April 2012 17:21, by Kim Deng

    It will take RSS time to regain back its territories since the country is lead by coward/cowboy Slava. "For the record – South Sudan has not invaded Sudan and there is no presence of a single South Sudanese soldier on Sudanese soil. To the contrary it is Sudan that is occupying South Sudanese territory in Hofra El Nahas, Kefia Kengi, Abyei, Heglig/(Panthow), Meganes etc."

    Pagan Amum

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  • 3 April 2012 20:17, by Anynya One


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  • 3 April 2012 21:21, by Nguetbuny de Luelpiny

    Obama need to shut up.
    Arab are Invaders settlers,they wanted to exterminate Black people in sudan generally.we must fight,Arab are slaughtered black people in sudan.
    we Black South/North must fight to the end for their Land.
    Sudan is African land not Arab land as Islamic is the way of advancing in African territories. must be drived back to middle East. Evil against African must be stoppe

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  • 4 April 2012 05:50, by SeekingTruth

    Sudan’s Arabs with their usual naivete politics of "make all the lies appear true syndrome" or "we’re all Arabs attitudes of making complains out of thin air works". Who will not believe them since they are great liars?

    If they can lie to their wives by making them wear head-scarfs or not driving in the name of religion, they can lie to the whole world and Obama won’t be an exception!

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  • 5 April 2012 02:22, by Lang

    If Obama is too stupid to know what is going on I can only blame SPLA officials for not complaining to the U.N as much as the lying terrorists of the north have been doing all these months. SPLA officials just sit in juba with their big bellies while NCP are telling lies to all the organizations in the world where are the SPLA officials to defend the south and spread the truth.

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