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    Post  Gluke on Sat Jan 03, 2009 9:51 am

    Birth of the SPLA/M 25th Anniversary
    "The Birth of the-SPLA/M"

    The birth of the SPLA/M, which remarks, 25th Anniversary. This is a great contribution by, and compliments to the men of the SPLA/M-Koriom-Battalions, Mour-Mour-Battalion, and other Battalions. It is a long historical to remember how the “Guerilla Movement was started so-called “Sudan People’s Liberation Army (SPLA/M),” that was established in May 16TH, 1983. It is a great journey and moral value by men Of South-Sudan People, which lay-down their lives for course of freedom. We need to remember the heroisms of the SPLA/M, how it was started, and how it will end for the next generations of the South-Sudan. The contumelious of the SPLA/M is a delightful as subscription of the government of South-Sudan. It is a bestowment from our heroisms’ of the Southerners, who declared a road of gratification of freedom of right in Sudan.

    We need to remember heroine’s founders of the Movement of the South-Sudan-People-Liberation 104, 105, Tiger, Timthaa, Jamus, which compose of Anya-anya II. Those are first who exhilarate away to enter toward a road of liberation. Also, followed by the great heroines so-called Koriorm-Battalions (Locust) with different divisions: Zindia, Lion, Elephant, Hippo, Cobra, Aideed, Agrab, Rhino, Bilpam, Aquilla , and Raad. Also, followed by Mour-Mour, Shark, Kuei-Chol, Red-Army, Katiba-Banna, and many other battalions in South-Sudan. It is true dedicate 88% of Koriom-Battalions were emerged in Great-Bor in 1983 and 80% of Mour-Mour-Battalion was emerged in Great-Bhar-El-Ghazel in 1984. Indeed, they did a great job overthrow Nimeriri forces and Swar al Dahab in the late 1984-1989. This is a great achievement by men of South-Sudan owed us to honor them. They all deserved to be honors for their great achievement in our movement. Every history is a delightful needed to be acknowledged and recalled as moral value, which will keep they next generations of South-Sudan move successful. It was a great changed from SPLA/M through 104, 105, Tiger, Timthaa, and Jamus. As, follow by Koriom-Battalions (Locust): Zindia, Lion, Elephant, Hippo, Cobra, Aideed, Agrab, Rhino, Bilpam, Aquilla, and Raad. Their bestowal of war is a great contrite of the Southerners as a breath space in Sudan and reject mendacious radical regime favored side.

    As an illustration, to acknowledge the founders of the SPLA/M: Dr John Garang de Mabior, Major. Cdr Kerubino Kuanyin Bol, Major. Cdr William Nyuon Bany, Major. Cdr Arok Thon Arok, Major. Cdr Nyacigak Nyaculuk, Major.Cdr Salva Kiir Mayardit, Major. Cdr Judge Martin Majier Gai, Cdr Paul Matip, Cdr, Bol Nyawan, Cdr Kuol Manyang Juuk, Cdr Thon Ayii, Cdr, Madul Kang, Cdr Makoor Lual, Cdr Thon Agot, Cdr Kelei Riak, Cdr Majok Mach Ayuen, Cdr Mach Guguei, Cdr Anyaar Apiu, Cdr John Kulang, Cdr Yusif Kuwa Mekki, Cdr Martin Manyiel Ayuel, Cdr Gelario Modi, Cdr Agar Gum Akol, Cdr Francis Ngor Macich, Cdr Pagan Amum, Cdr Joseph Oduho, Cdr Awet Akot, and many others uncountable……as their objective is a move forward. Despite, the majority of these leaders of the Southern Sudan government pass away the "SPLA/M," vision still continues with the implementation of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA).

    In fact, Dr. Garang is done a great job has always known "how to juggle a stone and an egg," his admirers and critics say, a skill that has enabled the bushy-bearded Christian leader who keep two-decades civil war alive and against Sudan's Muslim radical government in North”. His long fight has been occupied by peace deal that gives southerners a mixed population of Christians and animists a share of power in all regions’ including resources and referendum that promise of democratic elections in 2011. It is a long struggle that give Southerners the second most powerful position in Sudan records.

    Garang was struggle with his colleagues and until he set his own feet in the Khartoum for the first time in 22 years on Friday 9, 2005, and became the first Vice-President, who is a founder of the Sudan People's Liberation Army leader central to the southerners' fight for autonomy and greater against Khartoum radical regime that expose Islamic law in the whole Sudan. Garang sought to forge the common ground on which people from all Sudan in all campus on map could join together to address important community and reject pervert issues. On May, 16TH, hundred of thousands of Sudanese across the country will once again honor the “Day and Legacy of the Movement,” toward contrite the will of the Sudanese.

    In Brief, the first stage Dr. Garang, signed the peace of Sudan in Nairobi-Kenya in Jan/09/04 and Omar Al-Bashir including Kenya President Mwai Kibaki. It was important day God brought two parties in Sudan to hold unification in long chronic war that remarked two decades in Sudan. When Dr. Garang was stepped to Khartoum and signed the Peace that overlay in two decades. He said, I agreed to sign the peace, but this peace I sign isn’t for Omar-Al Bashir or me is for all citizens of the Sudan. He said again, I signed this peace for everyone in Sudan as a subscription of freedom for all citizens of Sudan. Dr. Garang signed the Peace from theses remarking days of Month- July/9/5-July/21/5 in Khartoum and we lost him within July/30/05 between Sudan and Uganda. It is only three weeks he spent between North and South-Sudan of Peace deal ended the South right. Garang was died; because of unification in whole Sudan and the entire Africa reject a conspiracy toward of humankind.

    It is a great hope to remember and recall the “men of peace in the time of war,” in Sudan who loses their lives for course of freedom. Those who recall the footsteps they are always succeed in everything, except those who doesn’t follow the historical of their journey always loosely. Those who know the “outlet and inlet,” they always succeed in every corners of their journey. Late Garang was known by his ability to demonstrator’s the reality of humanists for all in Sudan. It is a good idea to remember our visionaries and legacies in South.

    So, let us keep the day and remember our heroes who offer their time and their lives in course of freedom. It is a great idea to reject miscellaneous of unlawful to use against southerners and others people in Sudan. It is misapplies by radical regime using the scheme toward southerners and Darfurians of the Sudan.

    By Manyok Mabiei: (Member) First Former Red-Army of the South-Sudan (1987).

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    Post  Gluke on Sat Jan 03, 2009 10:06 am

    SUDAN: Local militias causing havoc in the south - CPMT

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    NAIROBI, 15 July 2005 (IRIN) - Armed Lou Nuer militias left their established routes and water points from January to June to carry out aggressive acts against communities in the Upper Nile region of southeastern Sudan, a report by the US-sponsored Civilian Protection Monitoring Team (CPMT) said.

    "The Lou Nuer conflict with other communities generated an unacceptable scale of displacement and deprivation among the general population," the CPMT said in its June report.

    It documented a number of incidents from heavy fighting and rape to cattle rustling, particularly near Duk Padiet in western Jonglei State.

    The conflict continued to contravene the Comprehensive Peace Agreement signed by the government and the Sudan People's Liberation Movement/Army (SPLM/A) on 9 January, which guaranteed the security of south Sudanese civilians, it added.

    "These people, looking forward to peace after decades of conflict, are losing confidence in the "peace" as they continue to be killed, robbed and looted," the CPMT warned.

    Traditionally, the Lou Nuer, who inhabit the water-scarce middle Jonglei region, move with their livestock between rainy season and dry season pastures on a seasonal basis.

    During the dry season, water and pasture become limited and most pastoralist groups move their livestock towards the so-called "toich", the floodplains of the Nile.

    Despite the fragile and complex environment, reports from Pact, an agency supporting grass-roots peace efforts in Sudan, have highlighted some positive conflict-resolution efforts also underway in the area.

    When the Lou-Nuer left the "toich" to return to their home-areas in May, a full-scale conflict with a group of some 3,500 armed Gawar Nuer and Holl Dinka was prevented by a "rapid response" initiative led by local peace actors, which opened a safe passage for the Lou Nuer through Duk Dinka territories.

    According to Pact, several Lou community leaders had led efforts in Waat and Yuai to reconcile the divided Lou community with the hope that this would provide a foundation for positive relationships among communities and their neighbours.

    A UNICEF-sponsored report on grassroots conflicts in Sudan said as the dry season progressed, pastoralists from various ethnic groups tended to concentrate around the last available water and grazing resources, increasing incidents of cattle rustling, abductions, and violent clashes.

    As a result, most communities had formed their own informal militia - known as the 'jesh mabor' or white army - for self-defence.

    However, these groups served as a pool of men and boys periodically mobilised by actors in the wider civil war, such as the Sudanese government, the SPLM/A and Nuer factions that split from the SPLM/A in 1991.

    A humanitarian source in the region said overall, cattle rustling and violence in the region was less prevalent than in the past. "It has now been reduced to pockets of violence," he said.

    The general opinion, he added, was that the proliferation of weapons in the region had brought harm to the people and the arms needed to be collected.

    "Almost everyone of the age of 16 and above is carrying a gun. It creates a lot of havoc and fear among the people," he said.

    He also warned against treating the Lou Nuer as a homogeneous group.

    Gabriel Yuol Dok, deputy chairman of the South Sudan Liberation Movement/Army, formed in 1999 in the Upper Nile region to restore order and unity among the Nuer people, said a Lou-Lou reconciliation conference had taken place in Yuai from 5 - 11 July.

    "The people have agreed to try to resolve the conflict amongst themselves, stop the fighting and cattle rustling and restore the unity of the people in Yuai," he said on Friday. "There have been no reported incidents lately. It is relatively stable at the moment."

    Theme(s): (IRIN) Conflict

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