Skip to comments.Sudan: North to Adopt Islamic Constitution
Posted on 10/15/2011 8:56:03 AM PDT by george76
Sudan will go ahead with plans to adopt an entirely Islamic constitution and strengthen Islamic law, President Omar Hassan al-Bashir said on Wednesday, three months after its former civil war enemy South Sudan became independent.
Juba seceded on July 9 after a referendum agreed under a 2005 peace deal that ended decades of civil war between the mainly Muslim north and the South where most follow Christian and traditional beliefs.
Bashir had said in December that Sudan would adopt an Islamic constitution if Juba seceded but many southerners had hoped he would not deliver on this.
His comments will add to uncertainty for more than a million southerners who still live in the north and are now treated legally as foreigners. Khartoum has given them until spring to leave or
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I’ve waited, and waited for the link to load up, but I have to go on a 170 mile trek starting in a few moments, so I’ll post this.
This appears from what little I have read OF THIS POST to support some conclusions I have from some others about Obama ordering of 12 troops, and later 100 more as advisers to Uganda to aid in their fight against the Kooks, and Screwballs fighting under the false guise of a Christian cause in that area since 1987.
Seems to me as the Ugandan’s are subverting the South Sudanese in their efforts for self control, and they are of Christian majority that the support Obama is sending is actually anti Christian, and a roundabout means of support for the Northern Sudanese efforts towards Islamification.
Does that sound about correct?
For those who believe the LRA to be a Christian organization please do a quick search, google, whatever. I believe as myself you too will find they are the Kooks, and Screwballs I noted above.
I think the spreading of a specific type of oil on their chests to protect themselves from bullets is enough to convince most folks of their Paganism. We shall see by the responses to this, if any.
Ping to Uganda
Zer0 will be first to send congratulations... and his Hope that we may follow their lead.
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