SUDAN WATCH: The Juba Post : Job vacancies

Thursday, February 01, 2007

The Juba Post : Job vacancies

Current vacancies are advertised in THE JUBA POST.
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Click here for Feb. 06, 2009 Multiple vacancies announcement: local Sudanese needed in Southern Sudan's Northern Bahr el Ghazal, Unity, and Warrap States.


Anonymous Dr. Md. Mahmudul Hasan said...

The International Criminal Court and the Arrest Warrant of al-Bashir

If one can unlearn the information served by all the regular news bulletins of western media and do some independent investigation of the Darfur crisis, one may find the root of the problem outside the Sudan and beyond the remit of President Omar al-Bashir. A good analogy may be the Somalia crisis and how Ethiopia was used to destabilize the country by invasion and mass killings. Here one may find Chad in place of Ethiopia, and how the former is playing a vicious role to prolong the Darfur crisis. I leave such discussion to experts in international relations.

However, the indictment and the arrest warrant issued for al-Bashir deserve some thoughts. The Darfur problem has continued in al-Bashir's sovereign country and he dealt with it in the way he did. He may be right or wrong. But the arrest warrant may not be for his role in Darfur, but for his resistance to western influence and presence in his country.

The entire world witnessed war crimes and genocides compounded by the destruction of infrastructures and educational institutions in Gaza. I think we the underdogs of the world are cognizant enough to know what the International Criminal Court is, and our understanding of it inhibits us to expect any arrest warrant to be issued for Ehud Olmert, Shimon Peres and the numerous other war criminals inside and outside Israel. Let justice prevail!

Dr. Md. Mahmudul Hasan
Department of English
Dhaka University

Tel: 00880-1918349657

Thursday, March 05, 2009  
Blogger Obale Palato said...

I don't agree 100% with the view of the Doctor. I am a Sudanese, and many of us believe totally that most of our problems in Sudan has its root in the country.

The Doctor should know that Sudan's problem has been there since independent long before the Darfur crisis or even the discovery of most oil fields. It started with the exclusivity policy by the few Arab elites in Khartoum of the majority Black Sudanese right from the independent process. This policy had lead to British handing over power to this few Arab elites, whose minds were full of Arabization and islamization of the other non Arab and Islam Sudanese.

Many Sudanese suffered at the hand of subsequent government in Khartoum, and these regions are not all bordering Chad. For example, how can the torture, killing and displacement of the black Southern Sudanese be a responsibility of the Chad, or can you say the Beja people of Eastern Sudan have suffered becuase of the Chad interference. No, never.

It is very hard for religious affiliated people like Dr Hasan to objectively write or suggest any thing on Sudan. As long as the minority Arab want to dominate and dictate the affairs of the majority black Sudanese, Sudan will remain in problem, and the international community will always be justified to indict people like Bashir.

Monday, August 10, 2009  
Blogger Gama Kimu said...

The problem with the remaining Sudan following the break up of South Sudan is the Arabs minority clinging to power and refusing openness where they Africans, Nuba, Funj, Fur Beja to mention, but a few are ready to participate in the building of the Nation, yet Al Bashir and his clique resisting changes. Following the signing of CPA in 2005, Sudan never remain the same. And the reality is being denied by Clique of Bashir. The Islamist have relegated all the parties and made it difficult for peaceful transformation. Therefore, SPLM-N/SPLA seek regime Change by arms struggle as the last option.

Friday, December 09, 2011  

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