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Sudanese president vows to prevent south from using oil pipelines in aftermath of Heglig fighting


April 21, 2012 (KHARTOUM) – The Sudanese president Omer Hassan al-Bashir on Friday announced that his country will not allow its southern neighbour to export any of its oil through the pipelines in the wake of the worst fighting between the two countries since they broke into two last year.

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Sudanese President Omer Hassan al-Bashir waves to supporters after receiving victory greetings at the Defence Ministry, in Khartoum April 20, 2012 (Reuters)

Bashir was addressing thousands of his supporters in Khartoum who were celebrating today’s recapture of the Heglig region in South Kordofan which was taken over by South Sudan army early last week.

"We don’t want fees from the oil of South Sudan and we will not open the pipeline,” Bashir said.

“There is no oil from South Sudan that will pass through our pure land, so that not one dollar goes to these criminals," he added.

Landlocked South Sudan has failed to agree with Sudan on how much fees it should pay for exporting its oil through the north’s infrastructure. Khartoum, frustrated by lack of an agreement, started to confiscate part of the oil as payment in kind.

Juba retaliated by suspending oil production altogether and as of earlier this year the crude stopped flowing through the pipelines putting the two countries in a tight spot economically.

The two countries have been negotiating over several contentious issues besides oil including borders, Abyei, external debts, citizenship, international agreements and water. The African Union (AU) mediation team headed by former South African president Thabo Mbeki has been unable to achieve a breakthrough in any of the outstanding items.

A presidential summit that was supposed to be held earlier this month between Bashir and his southern counterpart Salva Kiir in Juba was called off following the first clash between the armies of the two countries in Heglig last month.

Last week’s occupation of Heglig further complicated any prospects of a resolution to post-independence issues and increased prospects of a return to war between Khartoum and Juba.

Earlier today the Sudanese army announced that it has finally pushed out southern troops out of Heglig after more than a week of anxious waiting by citizens.

The country’s defense minister Abdel-Rahim Mohamed Hussein said in a televised statement that they inflicted heavy losses on the southern army which amounted to 60% of personnel of their forces and equipments.

Hussein added that they are still pursuing remnants of the “enemies”. He revealed that the reclaiming of Heglig was a result of three major battles that erupted since Thursday.

But South Sudan countered Khartoum’s claim insisting that their troops are still Heglig while ordering them to withdraw.

"The Republic of South Sudan announces that SPLA troops have been ordered to withdraw from Panthou (Heglig)," said South Sudan’s information and media minister, Barnaba Marial Benjamin.

"An orderly withdrawal will commence immediately, and shall be completed within three days," he added.

In a televised address to the nation on Friday evening, Kiir said Khartoum was fooling itself by celebrating the imaginary recapture of Heglig, adding that the SPLA will only voluntarily withdraw from the area over the next three days according to the plan laid out by Juba earlier in the day.

Bashir stressed that the war was started by Juba but will stop only if Khartoum wishes to and stressed that it will continue until Blue Nile and South Kordofan are cleansed from “rebels, traitors and agents”.

He again described South Sudan’s the ruling party the Sudan People Liberation Movement (SPLM) as “insects”.

“We tell the president of insects Salva Kiir, your forces left through force and did not withdraw from Heglig and our men entered it by force and your aggression is continuing in Darfur, Blue Nile and South Kordofan and rebels in the two areas [Blue Nile and South Kordofan] are from your forces,” the Sudanese president said.

The pressing question is how much damage occured in Heglig oil facilities which produces half of Sudan’s crude production.

The Sudanese foreign ministry warned that it will seek reparations and compensation from Juba for any harm done in the course of the battles there.

In Khartoum thousands of jubilant citizens took the street to celebrate the news while congratulations poured from Sudanese living abroad.


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  • 21 April 2012 10:32, by hellonearth

    Bashit are you behind the news we closed the exportation of oil. we dont want to use your pipelines we dont want to give you 36$. just live us alone

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    • 21 April 2012 12:15, by Mi diit

      Wow, heartless defeated ncp of Bashir does not appreciate the free withdrawal of SPLA per their desperate appeal to the international community. SPLA has begun to withdraw today Saturday.

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      • 21 April 2012 19:48, by panom lualbil

        I appreciated you OMER for vowing not to allow south sudan use khartoum’s pipeline. Because I hate south to give up to unfair deal with you ever. It’s better we pay even more to others using their infractures. Thank you too for authorizing us separation without hassle .

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    • 21 April 2012 13:21, by omoni jr.

      where is DarkAngel or shit here?????????
      He used to called MASTER.
      Very racist Devil on earth.HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA.
      Celebrating with the name of God is Not Heath thing to do in christ’s church,therefore God will Not let you have it.
      Minister for defence is A big liar by saying Allah Allahkbarrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr to the citizens and yet nothing fruitful was achieved.

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      • 21 April 2012 13:57, by Mi diit

        Breaking News

        SAF is being surrounded again today by SPLA forces following their continued bombardment of the withdrawing SPLA troops south of Heglig. We are going back to square one. SAF has violated the withdrawal request.

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    • 21 April 2012 14:10, by daniell

      Preventing pipeline is the solution if you can step down so that new president makes strong ally with neighbouring countries. Remember today friendship is not only base on resources but more than that. If this is the case; then the simple question is which countries do you, Omar expected to make an agreement beyond (south Sudan, hand Ethiopia, Libya) your boundaries?

      Reply of this question to

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      • 21 April 2012 14:47, by mohammed ali

        Daniel, certainly Basheer! Who will accept a president who doesn’t understand the basics of diplomatic language...." I don’t take orders from you!. Again we need a sober president , not someone who is 24 hours under the effect of alcohol!

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        • 21 April 2012 16:59, by zulu

          Poor Mohamed.
          Is this DMr. Bashir is notorious for his fiery tongue, once saying that under no conditions would the United Nations be allowed into the vast, troubled region of Darfur and that Darfur would become a “graveyard” for foreign peacekeepers. That region is now home to one of the largest peacekeeping missions in the world. And several United Nations officials said they work closely with

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        • 21 April 2012 22:16, by Marco A. Wek

          Mohammed Ali, you and your ICC wanted criminal Umar Hassan Bashit should thank our president for his withdrawal from Panthou.

          Umar Bashit maybe used not to drink but I am sure he and his delusional Defence minister might have taken some pills which made them like drunk.

          How would they claim capturing Panthou (Heglig) and failed to show his blind followers Panthou Heglig ?

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        • 21 April 2012 22:21, by Marco A. Wek

          Mohammed Ali, is your government waiting to show Heglig after the three days Kiir gave his brave soldiers?

          Mohammed, north Sudanese may still be fool by your government but not the international community.

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        • 22 April 2012 10:28, by daniell

          Someone can drink knowingly the substance of diplomacy let alone the fact that you are commenting in an exaggeration manner. Diplomatic language is mantra you and Omar can easily talk about on this website but very uneasy for our ancient president to put it into PRACTICALITY.He should retire already before South Sudan break away. That is the charisma of leadership. Thanks.

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    • 21 April 2012 16:25, by Chanson

      Woman! Who told you that South Sudan need your fucken pipeline to transport her oil or are you dreaming? Are you not aware that we have closed it down long time ago.Lier! you,ll die soon mother fucker,Shame on you and your regime.
      South Sudan oyeee!!

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  • 21 April 2012 10:32, by Makuei

    SPLA has repulsed SAF more than several times this week alone. So what is he saying and his forces are still in bush! Out of Heglig:)))))))))

    Stop lying, yaaa Bashiiit.

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    • 21 April 2012 14:59, by Northern Sudanese


      if it was true that you repulsed so many attacks, why did you run away then? hahahahhaha

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  • 21 April 2012 10:43, by Land-of-Cush

    Who cares? we have Lamu pipeline with brother Republic of Kenya.

    Ngundeng oyeee
    SPLA Oyeee
    Kiir Oyee

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    • 21 April 2012 10:59, by Northern Sudanese


      yup, your Lamu poject that will come true when your oil has got only a few years left till it runs out :D

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    • 21 April 2012 12:56, by mohammed ali

      Land, first read history and you will see that you have nothing to do with Kuch, young lad!2nd: think, how much money you need for dreem-pipe-line? Who will take the risk & give you loan in a very high risk country? Would you be able to pay back since the interest is going very high? It is a dreem which will never come true! Think!

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    • 21 April 2012 21:56, by North Sudan

      yes please go to Kenya and see who honest they are

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  • 21 April 2012 11:01, by Hillary B.M.L,M

    In Khartoum, Celebration was every where, Mr.Omer headed the celebration, "we entered by force" Insects + all sorts of insults.
    Woo, what kind of President is this,speaking Childish. they recaptured nothing but empty garrison after SPLA ordered to withdrew by General Kiir. Omer didn’t know that SPLa just withdrew on demand of International bodies+ Big Countries World wide including America.

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    • 21 April 2012 11:06, by Northern Sudanese

      Hillary B.M.L,M

      first of all you didn’t withdraw.....you were kicked out......the evidence is simple, you said you will withdraw in 3 days......why are there no spla forces in heglig?

      secondly, watch this and dont cry http://www.southsudanhub.com/media/439/Recovery_of_the_Sudanese_army_to_Heglig/

      heglig under our control

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      • 21 April 2012 11:36, by hellonearth

        where are the pictures of you wiping us as you claim. up to now we are still in Panthou. idiot

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      • 21 April 2012 11:50, by mosa mel


        Sudanese people are foolish people that is why you believe lies from your leaders but you have to know this is modern world not primative world like Sudan. This Soldiers with weapons were just play somewhere not Heglig (Panthou). The world don’t but poor & stupid shaab Sudan believe liar Bashier and Stupid Hussen. Sudan loss important soldiers in Heglig Hillary better to keep quiet.

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        • 21 April 2012 14:58, by mohammed ali

          Mel Musa , go and give your pple some closes to dress instead of walking naked in the 21st century , before calling us primitive!

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          • 21 April 2012 20:33, by Dinka Aliap Chawul


            There’s a says "when u cluster with thief,u r likely to become thief" when u walk with opiumer,then u must also smoke.how come u reach that level by calling southerners primitives that they dont have clothes or slippers to worn?.we’ve stayed in each other territories for and now we know they sh’tcoming of each other.let Basir,NS n Jallabi abuse coz da r illiterates.knowledge is wealth

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      • 21 April 2012 12:01, by mosa mel


        Sudanese people are foolish people that is why you believe lies from your leaders but you have to know this is modern world not primative world like Sudan. This Soldiers with weapons were just play somewhere not Heglig (Panthou). The world don’t but poor & stupid shaab Sudan believe liar Bashier and Stupid Hussen. Sudan loss important soldiers in Heglig Hillary better to keep quiet.

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      • 21 April 2012 12:41, by Biliu

        First of all, SPLA made a mistake when they occupied Panthou (Heglig) while there were still cards than war to play in the international arena; it was unstudied move from our side, glad that President Salava Kiir has corrected this move by ordering an immediate withdrawal from the area.
        I would strongly recommend South Sudan to disengage any economical ties with R.of Sudan, as the NCP remain in p

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      • 21 April 2012 17:02, by zulu

        North Sudanese
        Southsudanhub is showing how foolish all of you are to believe in propaganda VIdeo.

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    • 21 April 2012 11:09, by Northern Sudanese

      Hillary B.M.L,M

      finally, didn’t you claim that you will never withdraw? didn’t you tell us that if we want heglig we should come and get it? why changig your words? lol hahahahhaha

      go to your poor dying hungry nation you defeated piece of shit

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      • 21 April 2012 11:53, by Moluddit Demalou

        Hey homosexualist,what a demn shit you are talking about here at the website.The South Sudan Arm forces just leave the area due to United nation pressure as we are their member and respect UN rules not like you fucken arabs that fuck their shits like you Northern Sudanese.The time of bribing is over you will suffer like mother fuckers.shut up. We gavew you afreely not by force or recaptured.

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        • 21 April 2012 15:03, by mohammed ali

          Demalou, your president refused to " take orders " from UN sec . general. It seems now he obeying the orders of Basheer!Unfortunately, you closed all avenues to peace, now you reap what you are asking for!Defenitly we benifit from economic ties with you, but you will die if we close the borders!

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          • 21 April 2012 23:02, by Elijah B. Elkan

            Mr. Ali,
            It must be very painful for you people in the north to accept the fact that south is a country to be reckon with.
            Bashir is a fake leader, criminal. North Sudan military and political apparatus are demoralized by South Sudan. Southerns had achieved something no one think it could do.N. Sudan allow Egypt to take entire town at the border of Sudan and Egyptian 1956. Check the libraries

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      • 21 April 2012 11:59, by Moluddit Demalou

        The video you displayed in the media is a purer liar of yours you arabs the salt sellers and stupid human in the world that fuck their shits.Imagined you are homosexualist and we are bisexual as God creat the human with their diginities that you have already violated all over the world. Heglig(Panthou) was given free as UN deman us to do but not your victory. Try now in Jau and you will fuck shits

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      • 21 April 2012 12:35, by Hillary B.M.L,M

        10 Days under our ( SPLA) control, Am i right? You tried and tried yet you didn’t advance event 1 cm. What a stupid announcement after withdrawal of Your Lions ( SPLA).
        SPLA are no longer Guerrillas but pull Country’s Soldiers.
        They taught You (Jalabas) unforgettable Military Lesson.
        You had listen to World Media world wide asking (petitioning) SPLA to withdrew, we ( SPLA) listen to the call.

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        • 21 April 2012 15:13, by mohammed ali

          Hillary, we had refused any mediation and said we will take Heglig by force & we did!Heglig was taken on 15 April 3 am.The SAF was in full control since then.They used the pretext of occupation to destroy all the war machine every where in SS.Literally the SAF sliced your " lions" to pieces.Your leaders will never tell you the truth.Coming days you will hear the internal fighting & finger pointing

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    • 21 April 2012 11:10, by viper

      What do you expect from the ICC indicted leader to tell his blind supporters? He has all the rights to call us insects and whatever. If I were from Northern Sudan, I could have gone abroad to seek for asylum couz a nation that is being led by a crimnal is always a nation of crimnals. These sudanese are all crimnals.

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      • 21 April 2012 15:18, by mohammed ali

        Viper, we are here happy with our country .It seems that we will have bad neighbourhood led by ignorant,belligerent brain-washed theifs!

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    • 21 April 2012 11:58, by AAMA

      It doesn’t matter for us, as long as our land returns to us. However, I would like to know what did the SPLA gain from this stupidity. They are no longer an unaccountable gurila army, they have reposibilities towards the whole region and their ppl. It’s a gurila tactic to withdraw when you feel you can no longer hold firm.

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    • 21 April 2012 13:13, by mohammed ali

      Hillary, you have always being an intelligent lady and you see how kindly pple are treating you here in Khartoum! How could it be orderly withdrawl as Barnaba is saying! How could an army say to an attacking enemy " am not fighting, am withdrawing" you are most welcome to slice me! It is a stupid lie from somebody who doesn’t understand what he is saying! It is just common sense!

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      • 21 April 2012 14:13, by mohammed ali

        Bentiu, the capital of South Sudan’s Unity state, is just two hours drive from Heglig, and many here feel the war could reach them. Most international aid organizations evacuated their staffs here last week after Sudanese fighter jets bombed the town three times.

        Boswell is a McClatchy special correspondent. His reporting is underwritten in part by a grant from Humanity

        Read more here: ht

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        • 21 April 2012 14:44, by mohammed ali


          Still Salva claim that they are still there. Bentue is very close...pple are panicking while Salva Kiir is still feeding them with the wrong information! How can he lie about withdrawing. How can a millitary leader say I am withdrawing under millitary attack. This will expose soldiers to mass killing!

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        • 21 April 2012 14:45, by Hillary B.M.L,M

          Mr.Mohamed Ali,

          Heglig, in reality Belong to South Sudan,do you knows who annexed it to South Kardofun? and why?
          Mr. Ali, read hard to understand Changing History in Sudan,who play the roles. Before CPA Omer intend to annex Paring. 1. General Aboud 2. Nimeri+ Steering wheels Sadig Almahadi and DR. Lair, Turabi.
          Do you know those Gangs + others Mr.Mohammed Ali?

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          • 21 April 2012 15:28, by mohammed ali

            Hillary, you are intelligent lady! All what you said doesn’t matter. I wont argue with that. All the world including your friends are telling you Heglig is Sudanese .You accepted and signed to the ruling of the court of arbiteration at the Hague.Heglig is not Arab name, that we changed, donnot be stupid to give it an invented name!

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  • 21 April 2012 11:22, by makuei

    Muammar Gadaffi was opposed by Libyans. He called them "rats, maggots & cockroaches." He paid for those insults with his blood. Bashir says South Sudanese are "insects." He shall soon die the Gadaffi way.

    Raphael Makuei

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    • 21 April 2012 13:24, by Adam

      Let us be fair. No he did not. He called SPLM/SPLA poisonous insects. Not all Southerners are SPLM/SPLA isn’t it? He even stated that he is going to remove SPLM/SPLA from power to help liberate Southerners. This is exactly what I saw and heard on the YouTube.

      Adam Milawaki
      Kansas City

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      • 21 April 2012 20:57, by Dinka Aliap Chawul


        He says that he’s going tot liberate people of South Sudan from insects SPLA/M.who is very stupid enough to be politicise in such a moronic notion,we very educative enough on past and current policies of Sudan or world "divides and rules policies".SPLM was elected by us and its us to remove them through vote not by third part like Basir or sudan.he call us insect lead by criminals.read up.

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    • 21 April 2012 15:37, by mohammed ali

      Mahuei, he said " al hashara alshitania le tadmeer al Sudan" instead of " alharaka al shabia le tahrir al sudan" HE vowe to liberate our brother in SS from the SPLA thiefs. He was not refering to SS pple.

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  • 21 April 2012 11:32, by mosa mel


    The world know that you are the only looking for oil but South Sudan don’t need your pipeline. We shut our oil down because we don’t you sharing with us. But you always make complain to stupid AU.

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  • 21 April 2012 11:56, by mosa mel

    Bashier is happy because Sudan loss more than 3,800 Sudanese Soldiers and 400 officers in Heglig. He want to destroy Sudan before his dead.

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    • 21 April 2012 12:25, by Northern Sudanese

      mosa mel

      where did you get this from? how did sudan lose 3,800 soldiers and 400 officers? where did you get this from?

      show me the evidence then :D

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  • 21 April 2012 11:58, by pabaak

    It was a right decision to full back from the Panthou not because is northern Sudan territory, because we need to arrange some issues at home first, our diplomatic was poorly representing our issues at abroad, you couldn’t imagine that the head of the UN stand with indicted and wanted President by another world body ICC, just because he lack information about where about the border between South

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    • 21 April 2012 12:11, by pabaak

      Sudan and Sudan, you couldn’t explain much about that specially when he said that South Sudan is occupying an area in another sovereign country, which led me to ask this question, is the border already been demarcated by UN behind closed doors or what? if this is not correct then what prospect led UN secretary general announce illegality of occupying Hegileg?

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      • 21 April 2012 15:50, by mohammed ali

        Pabaak, are you serious?The UN is lacking information, the AU,US,EU.!are you sane to say so? do your ignorant drunken President got that information? Talk sense!How could all the world be wrong and you are right? If there is something in your skull, try to use it once!Yes you have problems, war wont solve them!You have 4.7 millions starving, the number will increase after Basheer closes the p-line

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  • 21 April 2012 12:01, by emad

    This is absolutely what the people of Sudan want Sir. even if they three quarters, do not let them export their damn oil via our land.Let them drink their oil .

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    • 21 April 2012 21:09, by Dinka Aliap Chawul


      We better die instead of sending our oil through thievry piplines for export.all South Sudanese dont want to exports there oil through sudan n will never never do so.dont ever attempt to lie to urself mr Basir with ur supporters.

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  • 21 April 2012 12:54, by BlackNationGreatNation


    He’s just playing with the people of Sudan as if they are children in a school, he tells them anything of his lies, and keep believing him, and that keeps him in power... such a shame for these so call Arabs. Keep believing the Jihadest Bashir, and you will always be the victim that will die in vain.... Wake up the people of Sudan and oust this president, and set yourself free.. CONTINUES

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    • 21 April 2012 12:58, by BlackNationGreatNation

      Stop pretending being free, whilst not free... Start the fight again and this time you will lose big and will not gain anything back... (PANTU belongs to the South...) N keep crying the whole world of the South’s aggression... Pussy cats.

      Long Live free South Sudan
      Long Live the People of South Sudan
      God Bless South Sudan.

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    • 21 April 2012 15:58, by mohammed ali

      Nation, you better look at your pple and compare the level of litreacy with ours! You are just a brain-washed ignorant lead by an ignorant drunkun leader! Seems nobody is listening to the voice of reasson & logic. Your army is more than 90% illiterate including senior officers, yet you want us to wake up! You seem to be in stage 4 coma! if YOU understand what I say!

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      • 22 April 2012 05:04, by Monydit K

        Mohamed you said that the 90% of south Sudan army are illiterate including senior officers which is baseless statement. Coming back to the point Mohamed, the behaviours of your leaders has already shown that the 99% of them are insane because they don’t have any scenes of humanity about their own people. Imagine the crime committed in Darfur and south Kordofan doesn’t the entire north are literate

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  • 21 April 2012 14:00, by AfroArabian

    Such a tragedy.. lets just say as an example, S.Sudan has heglig..and lets say the oil facility is a total loss..now...how will S.Sudan even BEGIN to make up its economy (besides begging US of course)? i keep seeing the Lamu project coming up over and over..while kenya says it will be completed by 2020...i guess u can use airlifts or pickups to transport ur produce?..but is that even feasible?

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    • 21 April 2012 14:06, by AfroArabian

      How about ur fish or fruits? how will u generate enough power to keep them refrigirated enough for export.will ur neighbours allow u to compete with them in the international market?the North has plenty of other resources.gold, copper amongst other minerals.fruits and livestock.and we have a Sea Port..Railways..and it is very feasible? A stupid move by a gruella mentality in SS. a loosing battle

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      • 21 April 2012 14:18, by daniell

        Reply of this question to your citizens is important and highly appreciated if you can. However, you are not capable of (explanation) it because you had already failed beyond reasonable doubts the largest and unique country of Africa.Finally, Stop plant usage and step down as a clear alternative otherwise preventing pipeline is not productive and unwarranted for your help.


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        • 21 April 2012 14:30, by sober

          Bashir pleas dont do that , they have nothing to export.they will die with hunger pleaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaas dont do that.

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          • 21 April 2012 15:07, by Dinkawarrior

            The foreign minister Nhial Deng and the bitch who is representing us in general assembly of UN must resign their positions immediately. We never heard anything from those guys, they faill us seriouly. Mr. Kiir also fail to address the nation for the current situation on the ground? Medias shouldn’t only be used as the sources providers but as a tailback through leadership’ideas!

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  • 21 April 2012 15:24, by Nasreldin

    i gues all pple writing here from Juba,, poorerly guided by media,, foolish.
    trust me, if we wanted to recapture heglig should take one hour only BUT we don’t like to destory our facilities in order to kill insects.. thats why we killed you slowly.

    trust me boys.. WAR is good for both.. i wish you to focus on your own business.. leave us alone..

    Allah Akabar .. Allah Akabar

    Alnasar Lna

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    • 21 April 2012 20:39, by hellonearth

      You Arab trash please present the latest pictures and the POWs and the damages you inflicted on the men that fucked your boys.

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  • 21 April 2012 18:11, by E. Defense Forces

    Kiir and the entire government of RSS must step down.

    Obama calls for end to fighting between Khartoum and Juba
    Recovery of the Sudanese army to Heglig
    Al-Bashir to prevent the passage http://www.southsudanhub.com/media/4

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  • 21 April 2012 20:46, by solider

    don’t be happy about lamu project,coz there is another problem ganna face ss with kenya.it is ILEMI TRAINGLE. ilemi have been occupied by kenya while sudan was busy with civil war. it is rich in oil gold and urainum.it is more valuble than abyai. kenya can not give up that treasure since ss became sooo depended on it.so is ss going to give up ilemi for oil???shame on u

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  • 21 April 2012 21:01, by James Maker Akok

    Northern Sudanese are happy on remaining Ash when SPLA destory SAF and SPLA pulled out when United Nation told SPLA to do it.

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    • 21 April 2012 22:00, by North Sudan

      hey are you fooling us or yourself..didn’t your president Kiir say to UN Gen. Secretary I wont withdraw and I do not work under your command? What happened now..i tell you what happeded .. Kiir received an ass kick that he will never forget all of his life...

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  • 21 April 2012 21:58, by Nguetbuny de Luelpiny

    Dream come true. Last Feb I dream Nort Airforce was loading death to SPLA and Civillians alike as I was watching them laying down. It was anger me by point back to the weak leadership among us South. There were enought money to buy 6-12 jetfighters,Gunships for Air protection. spot mistake before it happen. without Airforce we can not win the North war. Present admin is very weak,short sign

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    • 21 April 2012 22:20, by Dinka Aliap Chawul


      South Sudan’s army has helicopters "over 30 of them",we have air deterant and some jets but what we’re lacking with are an antinovs.our leadership is a problems here,Kiir,Nhial and our UN envoy.

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  • 21 April 2012 22:10, by North Sudan

    According to the lies Kiir told to his nation, SPLA will remain until tomorrow in Heglig. Today Sudan TV at 10:00 p.m showed from inside Heglig how the SPLA savages robbed and destroyed the hospital,Al Jaeera correspondent confirmed from onsite that SAF is in full control of Heglig


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    • 21 April 2012 23:38, by Elijah B. Elkan

      North Sudan.

      The problem with Northern’s, they don’t know went to stop lying. Fact 1, south Sudan had achieved something no one dreams it could happen. Your Army, and politicians are demoralized by south Sudan power.

      Your Army/government allowed Egypt to take the entire city between Sudan and Egypt 1956. Bashir is embarrassing your people, beside being the world’s most wanted criminal.

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  • 22 April 2012 01:41, by equtoria helped


    Your prostitute bitch, Northern government is coward and SPLA had shown them how a man act.

    Your government is a liar. we promise to withdraw without being forced but your Bashiit lied that he captured Heglig.

    More than five attempts by SAF to recapture Hegig have failed to mighty SPLA.

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  • 22 April 2012 02:02, by acuil deng

    All wars end at the negotiation table, winners and losers alike. Our two nations must find a better way to resolve their differences. Let’s us not be a laughing matter in Africa, but serious about doing what’s best for our people: peace, security and prosperity for generations to come.

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  • 22 April 2012 02:07, by E. Defense Forces
  • 22 April 2012 04:45, by equtoria helped


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    • 22 April 2012 07:10, by AfroArabian

      hey stupid...take a look at my reply to you under the obama news comments...loool...u r a comboni reject...or maybe a condom gone bad...it happens...thats why your countrymen will have to tolerate with ur stupidity..looool...stop humiliating urself...

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      • 22 April 2012 07:48, by Antiislamic

        Hello everyone!
        My name is Antiislamic and I would like to join the game here! I am looking forward for your welcoming!
        Thanks you all, specially to the board directors!

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