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So tell me about South Sudan

So tell me about South Sudan

I admit it, I haven’t been following the break-up of The Sudan.  

But now there is a South Sudan, and it isn’t your father’s Sudan.  Among other things, South Sudan will be  quick to establish relations with Israel:

South Sudan, already recognised by Israel, will forge relations with the Jewish state and hopes to help bring peace to the Middle East, the new state’s vice president said in remarks received on Friday.

Riek Machar, speaking to Alhurra television after the UN General Assembly in New York admitted South Sudan to the United Nations on Thursday, said that most of his country’s neighbours had diplomatic relations with Israel.

“Therefore we will have relations with all the Arab and Muslim countries and even with Israel…” Machar said in Arabic, according to a transcript in English sent to Reuters on Friday….

South Sudan, most of whose people follow Christian and traditional African beliefs, became independent on Saturday in line with a January referendum that was the culmination of a 2005 peace deal ending decades of civil war with the north.

So tell me about South Sudan.


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Great news – it’s positive news for Israel

South Sudan, it’s been a long march to freedom and buy God’s glorious grace they finally arrived. Simon Deng’s-former slave, now political activist for South Sudan- speech in Geneva:

Another speech by Francis Bok:

Professor Jacobson: Please read this article via Gateway Pundit on South Sudan’s new president. He wore a Stetson hat given to him by President G.W. Bush in 2006 to his inauguration:

I think I just found my third favorite foreign country after England and Israel.

I hope they have a good security force; they’re bound to be a continuing target for jihad from their former countrymen to the north.

The North is still killing:

And they still hold tens of thousands “right hand possessions” – Muhammad-sanctioned sex-slaves:

And last I heard the North had gobbled up a lot of the oil-producing territory.

Donald Douglas | July 17, 2011 at 10:48 am

Blogged about this in South Sudan’s independence day: ‘South Sudan Gains Statehood’.

Echo Phineas Fahraquar. They will be under immediate and relentless attack from the Islamic world. Since they identify with George W. Bush, I do not expect the Obama Regime to support them in any way.

Who will stand by them? I am not sure anyone will. Israel may be sympathetic, but powerless in any meaningful way.

I hope I’m wrong, but in 10-20 years we’ll be hearing about the South Sudan Genocide. Then again, maybe not — perhaps the press will be so enamored of the jihadis that they’ll be calling it the Reclamation of the South Sudan.

We should archive it’s current Wikipedia page (which talks about the country’s poor situation) incase it becomes Africa’s glowing example of freedom and prosperity.

Would it be helpful to tell you that the Vatican was among the first three nations to recognize South Sudan?

The word “Darfur” should ring bells, but that’s the Nuba tribe in the mountains of west Sudan, not the new Independent South Sudan Barry Rubin has at

El Marco had a Sudan Freedomwalk photo gallery here noting in particular