Sunday, January 9, 2011

Rebel Attacks even before the Referendum starts

Reading the news today, i was hoping everything would go smoothly, but it seems that thing are not going the way everyone wants them to. rebels from the South started attacking the current SPLM army in the south the in the eve of the referendum and several people got killed. i hope this violence ends here and is not cared on to spark an internal war within the south or even another civil war between the south and the north. the South has been witnessing a lot of internal conflict ever since the 2005 peace agreement and this has cost a lot of lives. hopefully this would not grow up to a full flagged internal civil war. as a person from the north, i also believe that even if the south choice to establish there own state, it would be better for both states not to have any internal conflict because that would lead to even greater trouble for the north and the south. lets hope things are settling down for now and not many conflict starts within the upcoming days. check out the below link for more info.


At January 9, 2011 at 3:09 AM , Blogger sheeshany said...

Honestly, I`m not sure whether this split is a win-win situ. or lose-lose!

There r many stories behind the whole matter and 1 is just lost!

At January 9, 2011 at 9:43 AM , Blogger SudanGuardian said...

hello there Haitham,
well there are for sure many win-win or lose-lose opinion out there, but i guess it is important to know that it would be better if the sudan was one and not had a long civil war that led to what we might witness next week. it is of the out-most important for the sudanese people to know that starting war again would not solve anything and i am sure that most of us Sudanese don't want a new civil war to start. i just wish that those who are on the leadership position from both side know the consequences of every action they make. even thought most of them say we don't want to go back to war again. thanks for your comment and reading the blog.

At January 9, 2011 at 11:38 PM , Blogger sheeshany said...

First off; no need 4 thank you's :)

Second: for sure a united Sudan is best for all, no matter what the differences r.

I think the situation got out of hand due to many factors. The way matters were dealt with was not effective -to say the least- and the result(s) is(are) what we see today :(

I hope leadership makes a way out of this that benefits everybody involved.

At January 10, 2011 at 4:22 AM , Blogger SudanGuardian said...

definitely the government and leadership is important in the moment, but i also think that if anything happens citizen should stand-up for any injustice because sometimes the only way to stop injustice is for a citizen to voice there opinion because after all they are the most effected part in all of this Peace process. it is important to maintain peace.

At January 12, 2011 at 6:55 AM , Anonymous ALVARO GÓMEZ said...

Hola: muy interesante el proceso que se cumple y espero que se resuelva satisfactoriamente. Tengo un blog de carácter educativo sobre fiosofía. Si desea visitarlo, la dirección es:

Saludos desde Santa Marta, Colombia

At January 12, 2011 at 9:32 PM , Blogger SudanGuardian said...

Muchas gracias por su tiempo y por visitar mi blog. thank you for your time and wish you all the best. thanks for shearing you blog.


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