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April 17, 2012 (WASHINGTON) – The United Nations Security Council (UNSC) is considering imposing sanctions on the governments of Khartoum and Juba amid continued military fighting along the poorly defined borders.

United States Ambassador to the United Nations Susan Rice (AFP)

The conflict exploded after South Sudan’s army (SPLA) occupied the oil-rich region of Heglig, which is claimed by both sides but has supplied Sudan with half of the country’s oil production since South Sudan’s independence last year.

Juba claims that it was simply chasing the Sudan Armed Forces (SAF) that launched aerial and ground attacks inside Unity State.

The international community demanded South Sudan’s withdrawal from Heglig and cessation of aerial bombardments by Sudan’s air force.

The African Union (AU) mediation team led by former South African president Thabo Mbeki briefed the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) along with UN special envoy to Sudan and South Sudan Haile Menkerios on Tuesday in a closed session via video conference from Addis Ababa.

US ambassador to the UN Susan Rice said that the two men described a disturbing situation in which both parties are locked in “a logic of war”.

“Mbeki and Menkerios described the divergent views of the two parties on the current situation. They stress that hardliners are winning the day in both Juba and Khartoum and urged the Security Council to engage with both governments directly to convince them to walk back their positions” Rice said.

“Council members expressed grave concern over the situation and committed to make every effort to convince the parties to cease hostilities and return to the negotiating table” she added.

The US diplomat said that UNSC members “reiterated their demand for a complete, immediate, and unconditional end to all fighting, the withdrawal of the SPLA from Heglig, and an end to Sudanese armed forces aerial bombardments; an end to repeated incidents of cross-border violence and to support, by both sides, to proxies in each other’s country”.

Furthermore, the council also called on both countries to withdraw their forces from the Abyei region as per the agreement reached last year by which Ethiopian peacekeepers would fill the security vacuum there.

According to Rice, the UNSC discussed ways by which they can convince the parties to implement the council’s demands including through sanctions.

Sudan’s parliament this week declared Juba’s government an enemy vowing to unseat the ruling Sudan People Liberation Movement (SPLM) by any means necessary. Khartoum has in the past accused Juba of hosting rebel groups whose intention is to topple the regime led by president Omer Hassan al-Bashir.

The US ambassador hoped that this is nothing more than rhetoric on the part of both countries.

“There was discussion in the context of Mbeki’s briefing about the perception in Khartoum, that the South’s objectives are regime change, and he reported indeed that the North has said, if that is the case and they believe it to be so, their objective is now also regime change,” Rice said.

“I think frankly, one would hope that this is rhetoric and not the objective or the purported objective of either side. Reality is both sides have over time provided support to proxies in each other’s territory. There is little doubt about that. It has continued in both directions and it needs to end as we have said on a national basis and the Council has said on an international basis” she added.

Photos released from Heglig area by Associated Press and McClatchy Newspapers showed rebels from the Darfur Justice and Equality Movement (JEM).

JEM is part of the Sudan Revolutionary Front (SRF) which also includes Sudan Liberation Movement Abdul-Wahid Nur (SLM-AW), Sudan Liberation Movement Minni Minnawi (SLM-MM) and Sudan People’s Liberation Movement North (SPLM-N).

SPLM-N is the main rebel group fighting Khartoum since last year in Blue Nile and South Kordofan. The fighters in both states are led by former Blue Nile governor Malik Agar and former deputy South Kordofan governor Abdel-Aziz al-Hilu.

Mbeki’s panel has been working for almost two years in trying to help Khartoum and Juba reach an agreement on several post-referendum issues mainly oil, borders, Abyei, citizenship and national debt.

A summit between Bashir and his southern counterpart Salva Kiir arranged by Mbeki in Juba on 3 April was called off following the first military confrontation in Heglig at the end of last month.

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Al Jazeera English | UN Security Council weighs Sudan sanctions | 18 April 2012

Sudan and South Sudan have accused each other of launching attacks on a new front near the border. It follows talks by the UN Security Council on possible sanctions against both countries. Al Jazeera’s Sherine Tadros reports from Khartoum.

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  • 18 April 2012 06:34, by Ahmed Chol

    UN keeps quite when Khartoum terrorized and burned Abyie and now they are talking loud when we capture Heglig and spare their buildings and POWs while Ahmed Harun is calling for the extermination of all POWs and civilians

    Think twice before sanctioning Juba. Khartoum is training camp for Al-Qaeda just as it was in 1996 when Bin-Laden was there.

    • 18 April 2012 06:41, by Chol

      The reporter should Stop saying occupying of oil-rich region of Panthau/Heglig! If the territory is Sudan’s you should outline the reasons why the territory is yours and not just the word occupation.

      Don’t forget to ask this important question; is Panthau inside South Sudan 1956 border-line? If the answer is yes, then you should stop wasting your time.

    • 18 April 2012 06:53, by Joseph Makuer

      Brother Chol,

      You have nailed. Something is really fishy with world leaders. Not just that, how many years we have been fighting them? They made thousands of bombardment that led to a huge casualty among civilians and no one talking about it. Sanction don’t work, if they do then why Omar al- Bashir and defense minister Abdel Raheem Muhammad Hussein still at large after ICC conviction.

    • 18 April 2012 07:26, by kaci-banno

      There is no logic here to sanction South Sudan. The SPLA occupation over pathou came as a result of AU failure to be neutral in Addis negotaitions and UNSC failure to put presure over Khartoum to withraw from Abyei. UNSC fail to address the root causes than consequences of the fighting. I strongly advice the government of Southern sudan to change our representative Agnes at UNSC.
      Kaci-banno

    • 18 April 2012 07:39, by omoni jr.

      what kind of Sanctions are they going apply to juba and terrorists training camp called khartoum??
      If it is Arms embargo,is already on khartoum but still does not prevent weapons from entering sudan.Lets see what they gonna apply in order to stop khartoum from hostilities.

      • 18 April 2012 16:22, by jubaone

        We, South Sudanese are proud to have Pan Thou (Heglig) and our SPLA gunners are there to stay. We have taken what is rightfully ours and the Jellaba can drink cold water for their jittery nerves. The UNSC has no moral and legal basis to impose any sactions on us, and so no worry. Where was the UNSC when 2,5 million South Sudanese were killed by "Humar el Beshil (the donkey that carries)?

    • 18 April 2012 07:53, by okucu pa lotinokwan

      Imposing sanctions is an easy thing you the international communities,but to a dress the root cause of this current fighting in the poorly border as you are saying is not correct,the two Africa mediators both for AU&UN are buyers,both are pro-khartoum,but your sanction will not be very effective,since we have our traditional foods we are feeding on,but Heglig is our territory.

      OKUCU PA LOTINOKWA

    • 18 April 2012 09:19, by Chok Deng

      To Ahmed Chol
      You hit all the nails brother,Khartoum has never implement any single revolution made by UN,but we have been complaining to UN,AU and they turned deaf ears to us.If they(UN)are effective,then let them tell Bashir to implement all revolutions made by UN including ICC issue.UN should if not must study our problem b4 they talk.

      • 18 April 2012 17:43, by Smith

        Ahmed CHol is right....UN are actually trying to escape their failures which led Sudan to go away unhurt when they refused to carry out popular consultation in Blue Nile and Nuba, Referendum in Abyei and the border demarcation. UN was tasked to supervise the implementation of all these but failed to do even on inch to move Khartoum., Bashir is not arrested and they now have stray sanctions. unfort

    • 18 April 2012 09:22, by daniell

      Put sanction on Northern Sudan not both.Government of North Sudan had failed to manage Sudan as the largest country of Africa. It has miserably failed to comprehend the people of Sudan are people of sudan.it neglected south as part of sudan since it gains independence. Let us hope south and north find a common ground to mediate with the help of international communities; in particular Africa Union

    • 18 April 2012 09:31, by daniell

      Put sanction on Northern Sudan not both.Government of North Sudan had failed to manage Sudan as the largest country of Africa. It has miserably failed to comprehend the people of Sudan are people of sudan.it neglected south as part of sudan since it gains independence. Let us hope south and north find a common ground to mediate with the help of international communities; in particular Africa Union

    • 18 April 2012 09:32, by Chok Deng

      To Southerners in this Forum
      I really appreciate your position in this issue today,you said it clearly with one voice.You sent a clear,strong and meaningful message to UN,AU.They act only when Bashir is going crazy, naked,bar-footed and crying like a woman.

    • 18 April 2012 09:56, by Diu J.Kuek

      To Ahmed Chol.
      You are absolutely right your comment touching the all points that International Community should react for as issue of Abyei which was rule by PAC Abyei is belong to Dinka Ngok Sudan defiant and also continuous in undiscriminated Bombardment killing civilians in South Sudan territories UN made no comments in all cases their strong reaction came after Heglig its so partial and unjus

      • 18 April 2012 10:12, by Diu J.Kuek

        But I trust United States Of America can not betray us within UNSC they will try their best to justify our case so my big concern is with this useless failure former President of South Africa so called Thebo Mbeki and his poors group within AU I am very cautious for his reported this guy is so dangerous to our nation South Sudan Government should pay attention and be so caution on this man.

    • 18 April 2012 17:32, by Smith

      in a Month or two, Bashir will say, I was a president of Sudan sometimes back like his dead mate Sadam Hussein who hid himself in a spider hole in Kirkuk.....Bashir will hole up in Shendi soon and you must believed this....the wave of force battling SAF is a real Tsunami unbeatable by any force on earth here. Boys are running like if there is no death but determined to dislodge criminals in Kharto

    • 18 April 2012 18:17, by Deng Ateny Lueth

      No regime change in Republic of South Sudan, only Khartoum for regime and i know that for fact, Khartoum housed all problems which have visited Sudan after 1956. Khartoum fit for Regime change is definet and a Perfect goal to work for.It lost bid for using S.Sudanese stoogies to unrest peace in the South. Khartoum send militias. we ambush and kill them before reaching RSS soil.no regime change H

    • 18 April 2012 20:35, by panom lualbil

      This incident was exploded following an aerial bombadment by SAF but not after SPLA ocupied HEGLIG at border, which is explained wrong here. Correction needed please b4 ya rech into conclusion!!

  • 18 April 2012 06:37, by Dinkanuer

    You the members of the UN assembly need to take an action rather than talking for nothing! How many civilians have been killed by Khartoum’s bombardment? The terrorists in Khartoum violated international laws while on your watch?

    • 18 April 2012 06:52, by LL Reuben

      Fellows,

      Double-faced international community should not blame the
      always victimized South Sudan by terrorists in Khartoum.
      It doesn’t make any sense to level both Khartoum and Juba similiarly. Khartoum steals, destablized, and threat South sudan eversince the dawn of time. What can the South do beside protecting her integrity. Panthou is South Sudan’s territory NOT Arab north’s.

  • 18 April 2012 06:41, by Daniel Buolmawei

    Dr. Rice you are smart lady, you people need to understand the nature of Sudan government. When will you ever learn that Khartoum’s government pay no attention to any international body? Also, you are asserting that you will enforce sactions on both Sudan and South Sudan to pressure them to the negotiation tables. Who told you (UN) that Juba government and people of South Sudan are refusing to----

  • 18 April 2012 06:43, by MGAAA

    Well, UNSC is not satisfied with the death of two million souls in South Sudan through violence by Khartoum. It now wants to squeeze out the remaining life in South Sudan via sanctions. God helps South Sudan!!!

  • 18 April 2012 06:47, by Daniel Buolmawei

    Return to the negotiation table? We are day and night asking Khartoum’s government to meet our negotiation delegation in Addis Abba, but they said they conceal all negotiations with South Sudan and are not to return to negotiation in Addis Abba, what do you want us to do? Our delegation team is there waiting for Khartoum’s delegation but no signs of coming of Khartoum’s delegation to the table.

  • 18 April 2012 06:51, by Daniel Buolmawei

    If the sanctions will be about to pressure both governments to the negotiation table, then our government will not be sanctioned because they are anytime ready to come to the table. Khartoum must be pressurized to the table.

  • 18 April 2012 07:01, by Chuangah

    To all UNSC members, the current political situation in our countries can not and will not be solve by any human being I swear and you will mark my word, as prophesied by Isaiah the prophet, its us to liberate our land, no matter what sanctions you imposed, its either the Arab conquer us or else we brought their ill intentions of islamizing to an end, please leave us alone you are even fueling our

  • 18 April 2012 07:06, by Chuangah

    You are even fueling our war, why dont you voice your concern when we were fighting for forty years, you were silent, leave us like before Don,t interfere you are too late to help us here in South Sudan, we have been within the sanctions for fifty years.

    • 18 April 2012 07:22, by Big Boy

      Dear Thomb
      you are cowards of African mediator for feeding your kids with our blood, you are always supporting Khartoum since than,now spla Occopied Haglig you cry, and ncp occopied Abyei you jig!! go go away let the men work!

    • 18 April 2012 07:46, by Dinka Aliap Chawul

      UNSC,this is another one of many blinded moves made by body concerning Juba.its of great surprise to me,how a victim is put at such level? This is an insult and conspiracy against ayoung nation,we are not not aggressors or warmongers,its Khartoum who’s ignoramus and the Hague’s PCA that give Khartoum license of Panthou as it territority which later use as an excuse to promote expansionism ....con

      • 18 April 2012 07:55, by Dinka Aliap Chawul

        And bombing campaign in civils areas and country’s limited infrastructures that South Sudan occupied their territority,which territority? PCA was to demarcate the Abyei boundries not South-North boundries to award area like Panthou to north,intl community dont standby victims if they’d have pressurise Khartoum to withdraw in Abyei longtime ago since security arrangement were signed in Addisbaba...

        • 18 April 2012 08:05, by Dinka Aliap Chawul

          But instead press on with campaign to goad Juba to war,if Juba is sanction indeed,its to suffocate they surviving Southerners from Khartoum genocide and helps Khartoum in killings us.anyway we are not yet connected economically to the world,oil was our only exports but its no more since it shutdown in janaury,maybe restriction of aides and construction materials.....con

          • 18 April 2012 08:18, by Dinka Aliap Chawul

            Our conditions for peace with North are;

            1-The borders between South-North Sudan must be on 1956 line,

            2-complete withdrawal of SAF from Abyei,evacuation of khatoum pro-militias in area and a right of people of Abyei(Ngok only) to self-determination,

            3-cease of all forms of aggressions in south sudan and sensiless killing of civilians

            4-stop arming and hosting rebels of our country

            • 18 April 2012 08:30, by Chol A.

              It quiet frankly clear that both UNSC and African Union are now behind Khartoum. Why are UN alarm over South taking Heglig while SAF are present in Abyei! We sorry for UN of blackmailing South and it fully clear as we know your stand, but no withdraw in Heglig.

              • 18 April 2012 08:51, by Land-of-Cush

                UNSC

                You have been so quite when Sudan had invaded Abyei, Jau and many areas within border regions; Sudan exposed multiples bombardments on south Sudan territory killing dozens of civilians yet you as a UNSC have never take any action against this act.

                • 18 April 2012 08:52, by Land-of-Cush

                  In this regards you want to understand and acknowledge the violation of international law that exposed by Sudan against south Sudan before you take any decision.

                  • 18 April 2012 08:53, by Land-of-Cush

                    For your information, we can’t sale the part of our nation to Sudan govt due to the fear of sanction, how many years we live and suffering without knowing about the benefit of UN, America and its allies? God have punished us and bless this nation for us at least.

  • 18 April 2012 08:53, by mosa mel

    I advice do not accept withdrawal from Panthou. this is the way Khartoum want take South land and This is the way Hussen Obama try to take South Sudan land to his brothers terriorists muslims in Khartoum. Let South Sudanese finish and then terriorists will the South Sudan land. Why the UN help to demarcate border before ordering withdrawal?

  • 18 April 2012 08:57, by E. Defense Forces

    Watch the video
    UN told Sudans are locked in logic of war.
    http://www.southsudanhub.com/media/394/UN_told_Sudans_are_locked_in_logic_of_war/

  • 18 April 2012 08:59, by morogot batal

    TO INETRNATIONAL BODY

    be told that we are already dead body since you white people handed us in the hands of our main enemies arabs in 1956 for arabs to be the master of we black african as you call us black monkeys.this theory is still in your mind up to date.we are GOD creature and sudan is our african given land.sudan mean black not arabs

    • 18 April 2012 09:13, by morogot batal

      arabs was been killing us since from our grand fathers upto this present generation.what was your position in it?.we have many thombs in juba and other areas in south sudan that arabs were burying our civilians alive and in multiple in one grave.what was your position in it?a big number estimating 2.5 southerners wew killed by arabs.what was your position?

      • 18 April 2012 09:21, by morogot batal

        as i told you in the above letter that we are dead body,pick this word with full consideration.all what you international comunity are doing to us will not do any thing to us perharp wil push us to comit suecide.our inocern people that were killed by arabs will not go all in vien.we are still restrein.other wise we are ready to to caoght from the lesson arabs tought us and used it and in plainty

  • 18 April 2012 09:03, by solider

    spla took over heglig but forgot about ILEMI TRAINGLE. ilemi is much bigger and more valuable than heglig and abyi.ilemi is and oil rich land plus it have alot of gold and uranum. kenya invaded it while sudan was busy with the civil war.ilemi is 100%s sudaness land and after all diplomatic relation with north is destroyed,kenya will take it in front of ur eyes otherwise it can cut your life suppl

  • 18 April 2012 09:13, by Madina Tonj

    Why UN and AU were keeping quiet all these when African tribes were been murders in present of the world.? There were 2.5 million people lost their lives in Sudan and plus 300,000 Darfurian African and again Nubian were murders in present of UN in South Kordofan State and nothing done. No withdraw SPLA in Panthou of Unity State will be accepted

  • 18 April 2012 09:24, by solider

    coz simply they don’t care unless they have interst on that regon.the oil is the main interst not the ppl ,and they took it from china.

  • 18 April 2012 09:28, by solider

    that was the main reson they help the southrens to separate from the nourth just so they can take the oil away from the chiness companies.

  • 18 April 2012 10:10, by Tamongali

    Iam peace and humanitarian lover,if any step that can stop the blood shed between these two nations and make them to seek legal and diplomatic procedures, am fully support it.iam totally against sanction because the poor ones are going to victims.pls Rice, forget about sanction and convince the rivaling parties to resort to negotiation.God safe our souls, you are our creater.Amen

  • 18 April 2012 10:13, by Hitler

    What does UNSC wants to prove here. They know half of the Personnels running Khartoum govt. are indicted war criminals. They know that the govt is bombing civilians tgt and killing women and children in S. Kordofan, B. Nile and S. Sudan. The best thing here is to move and champion regime change in Khartoum rather than pushing for sanctions which will hard innocent people. S.S has duty to protect c

  • 18 April 2012 10:13, by Letigolight

    Susan Rice, your appeasement with these hosts of Osama Bin Laden is very unfortunate for the American People in whose memory the Sep 11, is still fresh! Calm down and learn the history of Panthow (Heglig) before joining the corus sung by the most naive UN members and the helpless AU!, you might have to apologise to the South Sudanese!
    Very unfortunate!

    • 18 April 2012 10:24, by Letigolight

      The act of institutionalised dehumanisation that has happened in the history of humanity now comes from the UN! the SAF bombed and killed civilians in abyei, is bombing civilians in South Sudan, the UN overlooks this, but when South Sudan takes a step to take back what belongs to it, it is condemned, Thank you the UNSC for looking at us as sub humans, GOD knows us even if yo don’t know us.
      Juba

  • 18 April 2012 11:19, by Sudan virus

    Evidence of bias by AU:

    1. South Sudan didn’t invade Abyei, Why ask both SPLA and SAF to withdraw from Abyei?
    2.Its Khartoum’s NCP who proclaimed to over throw the government of Juba, not Juba claiming to over throw Khartoum government.
    3. Heglig fall with the disputed boarder between the two enemy countries, until the boarder is formerly demarked it can’t be ruled be either Sudan’s or SouthSuda

  • 18 April 2012 11:20, by Emmanuel Ajang Solomon

    UNSC,why are we included in the sanction????Is it because our prseident have said,I am not under your command that means it is him not the country South Sudan.

    How can you give us sanction when we did not do any thing we where just taking back our occupied town of Hegilg when we know you kept quiet on the matter.
    why now you are asking us too withdrw.

  • 18 April 2012 11:24, by Emmanuel Ajang Solomon

    I think we need to inform AU, UN that we the people of South Sudan have no right before the international community and therefore we are to go to Abyei to capture it from Khartoum so that we don’t have problems latter on with those of SPLM North.

    Khartoum is now disHegilg, if it was theirs why are they doing that simply because they know what is gong to happen soon in Khartoum
    UNSC/AU be frank.

  • 18 April 2012 12:25, by Martin Kat

    UNSC should understand the root cause of oning war between two countries rather than to support fales words of Sudan govt. There is no South Sudan forces in the Abyei area , Abyei has been occupied by Sudan army since 21st May 2011,while UNSC doese nothing and taking side by supports Sudan govt after fall of Panthou on the hand of S Sudan forces an its a real teritory of S Sudan.

    • 18 April 2012 12:56, by Ming Dhal

      UNSC
      So you guys have been silence for over a year now and Sudan gov’t don’t want to agree in border issue because of their hidden agenda of extending borders inside south,
      I would like to assure UNSC to put in their mind that what was done in 2009 was not South-North border, it was Abyei case which gives north a claim over Panthou otherwise all of the two are ours don’t wast time.

  • 18 April 2012 16:25, by wadelsudan

    DEAR BROTHERS IN THE SOUTHERN SUDAN
    For the longest south sudan has been the world spoiled child and stories of being victims of the northwere beleived without anydoubt,thousands of southerners who never saw the war zones were granted asylums in usa and australia based on fabricated stories,now the world know that government in ss is the most corrupt thugs and theivesand, u broke it u own it .

    • 18 April 2012 17:34, by Smith

      in a Month or two, Bashir will say, I was a president of Sudan sometimes back like his dead mate Sadam Hussein who hid himself in a spider hole in Kirkuk.....Bashir will hole up in Shendi soon and you must believed this....the wave of force battling SAF is a real Tsunami unbeatable by any force on earth here. Boys are running like if there is no death but determined to dislodge criminals in Kharto

  • 18 April 2012 17:10, by wadelsudan

    DEAR BROTHERS IN THE SOUTHERN SUDAN
    For the longest south sudan has been the world spoiled child and stories of being victims of the northwere beleived without anydoubt,thousands of southerners who never saw the war zones were granted asylums in usa and australia based on fabricated stories,now the world know that government in ss is the most corrupt thugs and theivesand, u broke it u own it .

  • 18 April 2012 17:12, by wadelsudan

    we can not allow peoplelike kir to bring us back to war after they failed on the war to establish a country free of dieses,poverty,unemplyment,ignorance this is the war we should fight,does kirr or any of his family members ain the front line or in australia

    • 18 April 2012 21:51, by Dinka Aliap Chawul

      Wadelsudan

      Do u really know who’s president? If u dont,he’s Basir da world most wanted man by ICC! Basir is also keeping oppositions in jails,house arrest or both meanwhile president Salva Kiir is our true hero.we respects him and whatever he does in South Sudan’s name.

  • 18 April 2012 17:33, by Smith

    in a Month or two, Bashir will say, I was a president of Sudan sometimes back like his dead mate Sadam Hussein who hid himself in a spider hole in Kirkuk.....Bashir will hole up in Shendi soon and you must believed this....the wave of force battling SAF is a real Tsunami unbeatable by any force on earth here. Boys are running like if there is no death but determined to dislodge criminals in Kharto

  • 18 April 2012 20:53, by Elijah B. Elkan

    United Nations Security Council is a incompetence organization. Khartoum has redrew new map of the boarders during the civil war. United Nations knows very well north Sudan is in business of killing southerns. Khartoum has killed 2.5 millions southerns. Also Khartoum has killed most 1 million citizens of Darfur. Bashir is the world’s most wanted criminal. SAF Coup D’Etat against Bashir coming!

  • 18 April 2012 22:33, by wadelsudan

    The world is getting to know about the ethinic cleanising kir is conducting in the south under the umberella of tribal conflict we all know the dink army also known as SPLA is killing Nuers,Shuluk and Murle indiscriminately while the bribe the leaders of the sects to shut up,get rid of the ignorant kir

  • 18 April 2012 23:02, by Kuat Tok

    There’s currently ongoing efforts by South Sudanese in diaspora(USA) to contact their respective congressional representatives to support South Sudan. S. Sudan could be a strategic ally against terrorism. In addition, we are collecting donations, and will send medical supplies soon to assist the wounded.

  • 18 April 2012 23:09, by Kuat Tok

    We will continue to relentlessly educate the international community on the realities in both countries, but particularly, about the crimes and violations being committed by "the boys" in Khartoum. These thugs have caused too much havoc already. The pattern is very obvious, the civil war with the South, Darfur, S Kordufan and the Blue Niles, and their current atrocities against the south.

  • 18 April 2012 23:40, by Kuat Tok

    I would like to encourage all South Sudanese in Canada, Europe and Australia to do the same. Let’s continue to engage the int’l community to at least bring them close to our message. Khartoum is already considered hostile by many, lets use this opportunity to highlight the importance of having a stable, and strong South Sudan to counter the threat that Khartoum poses in the region, and the world.

    • 19 April 2012 21:33, by Dinka Aliap Chawul

      Kuak

      i agree-laud u on ur sensible points.many thanks.

      Follow me @dinkaalpay on twitter/dinkaaliapchawul @facebook.

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