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Kerrys discloses US plan to disintegrate Sudan

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US Secretary of State, John Kerrys remark that the running war in South Kordofan is religious is illogical, unwarranted, misleading and harmful to the people intended to be helped.


The remark may be a preliminary to imminent action against Sudan following the appointment of Suzan Rice for the Department of National Security.

The alleged "religious war" is very sensitive to the US lobby groups including US blacks and European countries.

Kerrys statement is misleading because the leaders of the rebels of Sudan Liberation Movement-North and the Darfuri rebel movements are purely Muslim and most of the people in South Kordofan and Blue Nile are Muslim.

The war in Sudan has never based on religion. The leader of SPLA, the late Dr John Garang has attracted both Muslim and non Muslim leaders to his ex rebel movement.

Kerrys statement aims to create a new crisis in Sudan so as split South Kordofan and Blue Nile according to plan B., Washington,therefore has prepared the international community to it coming operations tending to undermine the country politically and economically ahead of the planned disintegration .

Washington doesnt seek to topple the Sudanese government or get rid of the Islamic elite. US officials are using religion to spark the tension and drum up global sympathy.

The Sudanese government is not fighting the people of the South Kordofan and Blue Nile. On the contrary, it is fighting the rebels who destroyed their lives and kept them hostage to advance their own political interests.

Sudan has been extending an olive branch to the rebels, who have consistently spoiled it. This is demonstrated clearly in the last round of talks hosted by the AU when the rebels declared that their objective is to change the government in Khartoum, not to address the problems in Blue Nile and South Kordofan.
 
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