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South Sudan: Prose/Poetry Magazine for South Sudan

TORE is a poetry/prose magazine for South Sudan: “There are some great stories & poems in here as well as a few opinion peices on Sudan. There is also some excellent layout and design if I don’t say so myself.”

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  • Congratulations South Sudan! El Bashir must know that ABYEI belongs to Southern Sudan. El Bashir a son of a slave trader who came to oppress Sudanese. When did ElBashir naturalise all the Arabs in Sudan are illegal immigrants . Why is the World blaming Isreal for occupying Palestine? Why is international community not blaming Arabs for occupying Africa. Is it because that Black Africans do not know their rights or because black Africans are not human beings? South Sudan has aright even of claiming Khartoum.

  • I am so glad that suffering we had been through will end that we will have new nation in Africa. However, I wish everything will work out very well to southern sudanese people and their future will brige like sun. No dobt about death cause by Islamic gov’t in noth sudan and was look like the world turn upside down on us. I ugent Southsudanese people started to work on the plan B which to united sudan and bring sudanese speaking people to the right place.

  • thegigglingbob

    Can you update the link to this: http://robrooker.com/tore-magazine-southern-sudan/

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