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Sudan

Unread post by Anonymous20 » December 16th, 2003, 5:53 pm

any gangs in the Sudan?

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Re: Sudan

Unread post by phillyoung32 » January 8th, 2004, 7:49 pm

i would doubt the xistence of ne major gangs in Sudan. it has been torn by a civil war between the ruling muslims in the north, and the tribe of the Dinkas in the south for years. many children end up being sucked into this conflict at very young ages so they usually wouldnt end up bangin.

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Re: Sudan

Unread post by wcrockets » January 29th, 2004, 8:01 pm

I support World Vision of Africa and I agree there is much conflict on that continent. Some of the famine periods make me shudder.

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Unread post by MrUniteUs » May 28th, 2004, 5:57 am

In Sudan the Government is the gang.
Even Osama bin Laden called them criminals.

Over 2 million people have been killed or forced to starve to death since they took over.

Crisis in Darfur, Sudan.


Television News report.


http://www.hrw.org/video/2004/sudan/index2.html


Crisis in Darfur, Sudan Documentary footage


http://www.hrw.org/video/2004/sudan/


Muhammed, Iraq:

Are you planning to visit Iraq?

Angelina Jolie:

I tend to go to areas that need attention - forgotten emergencies. So I don't feel I can be useful there at the moment. My next trip will be to the border of the Sudan.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/talking_point/3584021.stm



http://www.unrefugees.org/usaforunhcr/d ... &code=P007



http://www.splmtoday.com/modules.php?na ... le&sid=921



Darfur Sudan. It’s now or never for 100,000 of people.



http://www.splmtoday.com/modules.php?na ... e&sid=1638

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Re: Sudan

Unread post by Helms » February 8th, 2005, 1:24 pm

For sure. THe Sudanese government is evil. They've been systematically wiping out people for some time. The UN has just finished it's investigation and the bastards refused to use the word "genocide". By international law if genocide is being committed they are obligated to intervene. This is the same kind of crap they pulled with Rwanda (with a lot of influence from the UN). They're pretty much doing everything possible to stay out of it, even though millions are dying.

Interesting fact: Remember the basketball player Manute Bol? He's from there, and actually sent most of his career earnings back home to help the people. He did everything from buy medicine for them to buying radios for the rebels.

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Re: Sudan

Unread post by Anonymous20 » February 9th, 2005, 10:24 am

Helms wrote:For sure. THe Sudanese government is evil. They've been systematically wiping out people for some time. The UN has just finished it's investigation and the bastards refused to use the word "genocide". By international law if genocide is being committed they are obligated to intervene. This is the same kind of crap they pulled with Rwanda (with a lot of influence from the UN). They're pretty much doing everything possible to stay out of it, even though millions are dying.

Interesting fact: Remember the basketball player Manute Bol? He's from there, and actually sent most of his career earnings back home to help the people. He did everything from buy medicine for them to buying radios for the rebels.


wow respect 2 that basketball player...countries like that need more of those generous people//

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Unread post by greenwood104 » August 13th, 2005, 3:13 am

haha i got a basketball card of manute

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