It takes a nation to protect the nation
April 29, 2012 (KHARTOUM)-Sudanese president, Omer Hassan al-Bashir on Sunday has declared the state of emergency in some cities of three states neighbouring the Republic of South Sudan. al-Bashir inspects the guard of honour during his first (...) www.sudantribune.com
No one predicted that did they. Well maybe one or two people. So the obvious out come is about to come to pass. The Muslim half of the old sudan is not going to allow the south christian half get away with being independent, and it will never allow the south to own the oil.
I don't think anyone who undestands islam believed a land that was once islamic was going to be able to just leave and live in peace.
Wheres Kofi-Anan, is he on his way yet with a stern letter from the UN. South sudan dosn't stand a chance. Its surrounded by countries in various stages of being islamised, and they needn't think the UN is a bout to send in peace keepers to keep them apart. Although thats a blessing, they'd only get hacked to death.
Islam is spreading in Africa, and i think its only a matter of time before south sudan becomes another victim. Or should i say remains a victim. Nigeria next, Kenya after that. Thats millions more converts. No wonder its the fastest growing religion.
I feel very sorry for the south Sudanese people. All this concern for "liberating" Iraq and Afghanistan. Maybe if the south sudanese started to team up with christians and form terrorist cells around the world, killing UN officials, then maybe the world would start to take notice. But it's not going to happen, because christianity is a religion of peace.