Sunday, January 9, 2011


Sudan is Africa’s largest country. Since 1983, about 2.5 million people have been killed through war and genocide, and 4 million more have been displaced. A separate conflict broke out in 2003 in Darfur, where UN peacekeeping troops struggled to maintain stability. The conflict also spread throughout the region to neighbouring countries.

An obvious phenomenon depicted on the map, on the right, is that Islam dominates the northern regions, and cuts through several African countries such as Nigeria, Chad, Sudan, and Ethiopia. In each and every country where there is religious division, there is also conflict of some sort. The map also displays how Islamic influence in East Africa is surging downwards towards the south, where it has dissected Kenya, Tanzania, and Mozambique.

For more info - see the following article on this blog: THE PERSECUTION AND GENOCIDE OF CHRISTIANS IN AFRICA

As previously mentioned, last year in April 2010, a referendum was planned to take place in 2011 to decide whether southern Sudan will become independent from the north.

At the time, the northern armies were causing immense disruptions in the country, with numerous tribal conflicts and abductions taking place along the borders. The northern armies were hoping that the turbulence would make the south too unstable for the 2011 referendum to take place, but the referendum is taking place – TODAY, and will continue for one week.

HIS-Story has shown us over and over that one of Satan’s many strategies involves the Divide-and-Rule approach. So-called free and fair voting only takes place AFTER the vast majority of Christians have been persecuted and exterminated from the region. The few remaining Christians will by then be so demoralized and brainwashed by fear, that they will be left with no choice but to meekly bow to the image of baal. Oddly enough, most of these Christians will in fact believe that they are finally free!

The International Judaic (that hidden hand – satan’s collaborators) will of course broadly advertise that ‘peace’ has finally come home, and that it is the few remaining ‘confused and stubborn’ Christians, who refuse to worship worldly idols, who are the troublemakers. Watch the news with a hawks eye, for this will be done subtly through the worldwide mass media, which these vipers so shrewdly control. Why is the Hollywood star and activist George Clooney suddenly so interested in Sudan? Where was Hollywood, CBS News, the BBC, etc. when the conflict was at its peak, and when Islamic radicals were butchering Christian woman and children by the 1000’s????

Click here to view the source of the above video, and its related article on

The latest news…

JASON BENHAM | JUBA, SUDAN - Jan 09 2011 07:11

Millions of south Sudanese will vote on Sunday in a referendum expected to split Africa's largest country in two.

While many say the fact both sides reached referendum day without a relapse into war was an achievement in itself, some burning issues have yet to be resolved, such as where the new border will run and how Sudan's oil revenues will be shared.

The widely anticipated vote for southern independence has been celebrated in the south, where banners have described the ballot as a "Last March to Freedom" after decades of civil war and perceived repression by North Sudan.

"Yes of course I will vote for separation. We need our independence. We need to be free from the Arabs," said Justin Victor, reverend at All Saints Episcopal Cathedral in the southern capital Juba, as his congregation sang inside.

In the mostly Muslim north, the prospect of losing a quarter of the country's land mass -- and the source of most of its oil -- has been greeted with resignation and some resentment.

"It is a feeling of sadness and anger at the same time ... It is also a feeling of disappointment in the political leadership of the south who have guided the southerners towards secession," said Ibrahim Ghandour, a senior member of the north's ruling National Congress Party (NCP).

The vote's organising commission told Reuters they had defied gloomy forecasts of delays to deliver all voting materials on time for Sunday's deadline.

The referendum date was set out in the terms of the 2005 peace deal that ended the last bloody struggle between the north and the south, where most people follow Christianity and traditional beliefs.

Oil, debt issues
The logistical achievements have not been matched by political progress. Southerners will go to the polls without knowing the exact position of their border with the north or how much of Sudan's debt they will have to shoulder after a split.

The two sides have been locked in negotiations for months over how they might share out oil revenues -- the lifeblood of both their economies -- and settle other issues after secession. There is no public sign of progress.

The south will also have to face up to its own internal ethnic rivalries and resolve a bitter dispute with the north over the ownership of the central Abyei region.

Still, north and south proceeded to the referendum while drawing a line under more than half a century of fighting.

"The risk is always there. There is always lots of tinder about and there are a lot of unresolved issues, including Abyei," said Derek Plumbly, chairperson of the Assessment and Evaluation Commission that monitors the north-south peace deal.

"But neither side really wants to go back to war. I believe they will find their way through."

In the build-up to the vote, Juba and Khartoum already looked liked the capitals of two different countries.

In Juba, trucks blaring out music and slogans roared past buildings covered in pro-separation posters. Schoolchildren sang and marched through the streets while community groups held impromptu dancing displays along the side of dirt tracks.

In Khartoum, traffic was light and there were no banners acknowledging the approach of the historic referendum.

"The environment is calm and secured ... There is a bit of caution because people want the 9th of January to come and go, and after that we will see what will happen. We hope that Sudan remains united," said Khartoum resident Abadallah Ibrahim Yagoub as he queued up to buy his morning newspaper. – Reuters

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(I John 4:3 KJV)


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