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Re: Black People NEVER Learn

sunnubian ·
Why would ANY African country GIVE away THEIR land to a foreign nation that not too long ago were beating, spitting on and cursing Black Africans for even being in their country? And to their former [and present day] enslavers, at that. Damn.
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Re: Black People NEVER Learn

TheRealDeal ·
Why would ANY African country GIVE away THEIR land to a foreign nation that not too long ago were beating, spitting on and cursing Black Africans for even being in their country? http://www.africanamerica.org/displayForumTopic/content/318235174929471570/ Why would ANY African country GIVE away THEIR land to a foreign nation that not too long ago were beating, spitting on and cursing Black Africans for even being in their country?- by sunnubian - sunnubian For the same reason that a black...
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Re: Arab Racism against Black Africans By NAIWU OSAHON

sunnubian ·
Why black Africa should resist Arab domination of AU By Chinweizu Part I: The Arab Quest for Lebensraum in Africa“ The third of the Arab community living outside Africa should move in with the two-thirds on the continent and join the African Union “which is the only space we have’ — Col. Mouammar Gadhafi of Libya, at the Arab League, 2001 Many AfriKans take great exception to the sentiments and views expressed by Col. Gadhafi at the March 2001, Amman, Jordan meeting of the Arab League.
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Re: Arab Racism against Black Africans By NAIWU OSAHON

sunnubian ·
Part II: The Challenge to Pan-Afrikanism First, they came for the Communists, and I didn’t speak up because I wasn’t a Communist. Then they came for the Jews, and I didn’t speak up because I wasn’t a Jew. Then they came for the trade unionists, and I didn’t speak up because I wasn’t a trade unionist. Then they came for the Catholics, and I didn’t speak up because I was a Protestant. Then they came for me, and by that time, no one was left to speak up for me. -Pastor Martin Niemöller...
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Re: Arab Racism against Black Africans By NAIWU OSAHON

Yemaya ·
Another topic that Africa-Americans tend to ignore based on religious beliefs. It seems like only continental born Africans even pay attention to this issue oh and whites who are using it as a political issue to manipulate.
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Re: Arab Racism against Black Africans By NAIWU OSAHON

Kocolicious ·
And so my question emerges again. Why WOULD any FREE black person wanna follow the philosophy of the Arab religion? For? What? Cuz there is no respect for black skin, women, children....since the 6th century. I'm still puzzled. Where is the spiritual benefit.? Especially when you are forcibly expelled, kidnapped into slaves, and separated from your OWN country and called savages by nomadic tribes who geographically HAVE no homeland with barbaric and violent behavior. So again...the...
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Re: Arab Racism against Black Africans By NAIWU OSAHON

sunnubian ·
First They Came For The Africans   First they came for the Ethiopians, and I didn’t speak up, because I wasn’t a Ethiopian. Then they came for the Sudanese, and I didn’t speak up, because I wasn’t Sudanese. Then they came for the Congolese, and I didn’t speak up, because I was a Congolese. Then they came for me, and by that time there was no one left to speak up for me. Adaptation of; © Martin Niemoller. All rights reserved
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Re: Arab Racism against Black Africans By NAIWU OSAHON

Kocolicious ·
Saudi Arabia are being repatriated daily right now, after loosing an arm or leg for some minor or trumped up offense and without regard for their comfort, welfare or rights. Racism towards black Moslems in Saudi Arabia is so strong it makes one wonder if making pilgrimage to Mecca should be one of the five pillars of the Muslim faith, and why blacks bother to be Muslim. Now when I said this VERY thing above....somehow I'm wrong. But to hear it coming from someone else? I guess that...
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Re: Arab Racism against Black Africans By NAIWU OSAHON

Muhammad Cipher ·
Originally Posted by Yemaya: Another topic that Africa-Americans tend to ignore based on religious beliefs. It seems like only continental born Africans even pay attention to this issue oh and whites who are using it as a political issue to manipulate. Not sure exactly what you mean by this. I do know (as seen on AA.org in the past) there is a popular frame that exist where issues involving Africans (dark skinned Africans) where the only acceptable discussion is within that frame. This can...
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Re: Arab Racism against Black Africans By NAIWU OSAHON

Kocolicious ·
First They Came For The Africans   First they came for the Ethiopians, and I didn’t speak up, because I wasn’t a Ethiopian. Then they came for the Sudanese, and I didn’t speak up, because I wasn’t Sudanese. Then they came for the Congolese, and I didn’t speak up, because I was a Congolese. Then they came for me, and by that time there was no one left to speak up for me.
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Re: Arab Racism against Black Africans By NAIWU OSAHON

Jalil ·
The Problem from Hell " it's back - did it ever leave? http://www.csmonitor.com/World...-stem-violence-video
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Re: Arab Racism against Black Africans By NAIWU OSAHON

Jalil ·
Originally Posted by Muhammad Cipher: Originally Posted by Yemaya: Another topic that Africa-Americans tend to ignore based on religious beliefs. It seems like only continental born Africans even pay attention to this issue oh and whites who are using it as a political issue to manipulate. Not sure exactly what you mean by this. I do know (as seen on AA.org in the past) there is a popular frame that exist where issues involving Africans (dark skinned Africans) where the only acceptable...
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Re: Arab Racism against Black Africans By NAIWU OSAHON

Jalil ·
Originally Posted by Jalil: Originally Posted by Muhammad Cipher: Originally Posted by Yemaya: Another topic that Africa-Americans tend to ignore based on religious beliefs. It seems like only continental born Africans even pay attention to this issue oh and whites who are using it as a political issue to manipulate. Not sure exactly what you mean by this. I do know (as seen on AA.org in the past) there is a popular frame that exist where issues involving Africans (dark skinned Africans)...
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Re: Arab Racism against Black Africans By NAIWU OSAHON

Kocolicious ·
I agree. And that's why we must EDUCATE our youth throughout the world so they can KNOW truth and understand what must be done to developed long term UNITY among all peoples. But we have to stand in truth no matter how ugly. It's like labor pains....we must get through the contractions in order to see the birth of a new beginning. And can't do that with lies. And the main THREE must stand up and admit their lies and social manipulation throughout history! Once that is done....the children...
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Re: Arab Racism against Black Africans By NAIWU OSAHON

sunnubian ·
The most Glaring factor is the fact that the Black Race is at War and has been at War since the 7th Centur y with people that are bent on committing genocide against the entire Black race on this planet or enslaving or re-enslaving the entire Black Race , and it is specifically the Black Race, Black people, Africans, and Black people throughout the Entire Black Diaspora that do not seem to realize this Truth or are determined to not acknowledge it.
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Re: Arab Racism against Black Africans By NAIWU OSAHON

Kocolicious ·
Exactly! As why they are deemed LOST people who have no vision or history of who they really are and who they can potentially become. In many upon many ways it is homicide and genocide wrapped up in one. Tragic. But! .
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Re: Arab Racism against Black Africans By NAIWU OSAHON

Jalil ·
Originally Posted by Kocolicious: Exactly! As why they are deemed LOST people who have no vision or history of who they really are and who they can potentially become. In many upon many ways it is homicide and genocide wrapped up in one. Tragic. But! . Black folks have been a commodity, first as slaves, now as prison issue whose value is in shoveling cash into the ugly belly of the prison industrial beast. We know, 4 of 5 in prison are in for non-violent crime, using drugs. If 4 in 5 were...
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Re: Arab Racism against Black Africans By NAIWU OSAHON

sunnubian ·
Is it about black folks, per se, or is it always about power, money, resources and theft with incidental genocide thrown in for evil measure on a criminally insane planet? I see the selection of victims as incidental . *************************************************************************** I see this type of thinking as being paramount to the Black Race being in the position it is in on this planet. That it is within the scope and mechanism of Tactics being used to put and/or keep Black...
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Re: Arab Racism against Black Africans By NAIWU OSAHON

Muhammad Cipher ·
Originally Posted by Muhammad Cipher: Originally Posted by Yemaya: Another topic that Africa-Americans tend to ignore based on religious beliefs. It seems like only continental born Africans even pay attention to this issue oh and whites who are using it as a political issue to manipulate. Not sure exactly what you mean by this. I do know (as seen on AA.org in the past) there is a popular frame that exist where issues involving Africans (dark skinned Africans) where the only acceptable...
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Re: Arab Racism against Black Africans By NAIWU OSAHON

Kocolicious ·
Brotha Jalil wrote: Black folks have been a commodity, first as slaves, now as prison issue whose value is in shoveling cash into the ugly belly of the prison industrial beast. We know, 4 of 5 in prison are in for non-violent crime, using drugs. If 4 in 5 were set free, $ billions would be lost. Is it about black folks, per se, or is it always about power, money, resources and theft with incidental genocide thrown in for evil measure on a criminally insane planet? I see the selection of...
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Re: Arab Racism against Black Africans By NAIWU OSAHON

Jalil ·
Originally Posted by sunnubian: Is it about black folks, per se, or is it always about power, money, resources and theft with incidental genocide thrown in for evil measure on a criminally insane planet? I see the selection of victims as incidental . *************************************************************************** I see this type of thinking as being paramount to the Black Race being in the position it is in on this planet. That it is within the scope and mechanism of Tactics...
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Re: Arab Racism against Black Africans By NAIWU OSAHON

Jalil ·
Originally Posted by Kocolicious: Brotha Jalil wrote: Black folks have been a commodity, first as slaves, now as prison issue whose value is in shoveling cash into the ugly belly of the prison industrial beast. We know, 4 of 5 in prison are in for non-violent crime, using drugs. If 4 in 5 were set free, $ billions would be lost. Is it about black folks, per se, or is it always about power, money, resources and theft with incidental genocide thrown in for evil measure on a criminally insane...
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Re: Arab Racism against Black Africans By NAIWU OSAHON

DennisKalita ·
Louis Farrakhan says that o ppressors are liars. No one who cares about the truth will defend and pretend that the Arabs did not play a major role in the trans-Atlantic slave trade. That also goes for Arab exploitation and Arab racism. To pretend otherwise would be a big fat lie.
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Re: Over 3,000 People Killed in Massacre in the South Sudan

Kocolicious ·
A youth troop in any other name is STILL a child soldier. These youngsters are forcibly killing innocent women, old men AND their peers againt their WILL. Mad men i.e adults are doing this to them. They are abducting[sp]/kidnapping these children from their villages....starving them as a psychological mechanicsm to breakdown their will....while doping them with drugs as a dulling component to encourage them to commit the most heinous crimes. UNICEF [and other like organizations] are working...
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Re: Sudan’s Aromatic Culture

Yemaya ·
While the cleanest Europeans were only taking baths every six months. They have the nerve to put it out there that black people stink.
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Re: Askia the Great

Kocolicious ·
And that is one of the many proofs of the beginnings to the slow painful downfall of Black Africa. Tragic.
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Re: African leaders meet in Ethiopia amid Mali crisis

EbonyRose ·
I have to wonder why there was such swift and decisive action taken (by the French or anyone else!!) to help the people of Mali and crush this 'takeover' ... yet, 100+ people a day have been killed in Syria for almost two years .... and no one is doing anything to stop that slaughter??
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Re: African leaders meet in Ethiopia amid Mali crisis

sunnubian ·
Originally Posted by EbonyRose: I have to wonder why there was such swift and decisive action taken (by the French or anyone else!!) to help the people of Mali and crush this 'takeover' ... yet, 100+ people a day have been killed in Syria for almost two years .... and no one is doing anything to stop that slaughter?? Isn't it an opportunity for Europe/American military to get their foot in the door of Africa? Next there will be a French/European or American "military base" in Mali, you know,...
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Re: Askia the Great

sunnubian ·
Originally Posted by Kocolicious: And that is one of the many proofs of the beginnings to the slow painful downfall of Black Africa. Tragic. Those thoughts were in the back of my mind as I read the piece. Islam has ruined Africa and Africans and Africa for Africans the same way Christianity has did the same here for Native Americans and every other non-White nation they have invaded. There is no positive result of so many Africans surrendering to Islam, because not only have they surrendered...
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Re: African leaders meet in Ethiopia amid Mali crisis

sunnubian ·
Timbuktu librarians protect manuscripts from rebels By Pascal Fletcher JOHANNESBURG | Wed Apr 11, 2012 6:00am EDT (Reuters) - Malian scholars, librarians and ordinary citizens in the rebel-occupied city of Timbuktu are hiding away priceless ancient manuscripts to prevent them from being damaged or looted, a South African academic in contact with them said. Cape Town University's Professor Shamil Jeppie said he was in daily contact with curators and private owners safeguarding tens of...
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Re: Askia the Great

Kocolicious ·
You are soooooooo right my sista. And that's why we MUST never forget! By knowing thy enemy, you can save your future. But!
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Re: INTERNATIONAL RACISM: Jordan Deports Sudanese Asylum Seekers, Spurring Outcry

Norland ·
If all the Africans could unite in the entire world, we'd be a force to be reckoned with. Forget all the names we've been given, if we could be together without all the damn insanity just by color alone and could protect each other, I'll bet a few would leave us the fuck alone forever if we played our cards right and could survive financially without interference from them ever. That seems like an ideal dream to me. When are we going to get tired of all this shit every day of our lives????
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Re: The Politics And Culture Of Skin Bleaching In Sudan

Kocolicious ·
Oh no! Not there too. This is just testimony of WHERE colorism came from. It is from the ORIGINAL slaver of Africans i.e. The notorious Arab! But!
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African Conflicts News/Information

sunnubian ·
Enough Project Newsletter July 3, 2012 Sudan Revolts Demonstrations have swept through Sudan’s capital and neighboring cities for the past three weeks. Despite police violence and a crackdown on the media, hundreds of Sudanese have taken to the streets protesting the brutal, economically destructive regime of President Omar al-Bashir. Read More > Leading Electronics Companies Stand Up for Conflict Minerals Microsoft, General Electric, and Motorola revealed their support for regulations on...
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the Government of Sudan caught on video commanding an ethnic cleansing of its own people

sunnubian ·
"You must hand over the place clean. Swept, rubbed, crushed. Don’t bring them back alive. We have no space for them." –Ahmed Haroun, governor of South Kordofan and architect of the Darfur genocide, recently captured on video inciting Sudanese soldiers to commit war crimes in the Nuba Mountains It doesn't get much clearer than this: the Government of Sudan caught on video commanding an ethnic cleansing of its own people .
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Africa: Clinton Should Urge Leaders to Address Abuse

sunnubian ·
<h6 class="node-title"> Africa: Clinton Should Urge Leaders to Address Abuse </h6> <h6 class="node-subtitle">For 6-Nation Visit, Government Secrecy, Excessive Use of Force Should Top Agenda</h6> August 1, 2012 U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton speaks at the University of Dakar in Senegal on August 1, 2012. © 2012 Reuters (Washington, DC) – Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on her trip to Africa should promote freedom of expression and association and encourage...
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Petition: Stop Betraying Darfur

sunnubian ·
Stop Betraying Darfur Greetings, I just signed the following petition addressed to: President Barack Obama. ---------------- Stop Betraying Darfur Dear President Obama: I am appalled by your Administration’s hypocritical and deadly Sudan policy. At the same time as the genocidal Sudan regime is sponsoring renewed attacks on defenseless Darfuri men, women and children confined in displacement camps, the U.S. government is helping to raise money on the regime’s behalf. This money is blood...
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Are your investments tied to genocide?

sunnubian ·
http://www.investorsagainstgenocide.org/ Why We Need to Change the Status Quo Most Americans are not aware that their investments may have ties to genocide. While a minority of individual investors might choose to knowingly invest in such companies, the majority of investors should not have that choice made for them by their investment firms without their knowledge and against their preferences. Presently, even the most motivated and enlightened investors face multiple challenges when...
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How Good is the Sudan and South Sudan Deal?

sunnubian ·
How Good is the Sudan and South Sudan Deal? Posted on October 2, 2012 by David Kienzler <noscript>amp;lt;img src="http://endgenocide.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/Kiir-and-Bashir1-300x201.jpg?9d7bd4" alt="" title="Kiir-and-Bashir" width="300" height="201" class="alignright size-medium wp-image-13920" /amp;gt;</noscript> Last Thursday, Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir and South Sudanese President Salva Kiir signed a series of agreements addressing issues that have at times this...
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Arab Racism against Black Africans By NAIWU OSAHON

sunnubian ·
Belmoun Ibolele Ayibobo shared Pitit Neg Ahier 's photo . Arab Racism against Black Africans By NAIWU OSAHON Egypt is still so intimidated by its glorious Black African past that its Arab government would not allow thorough research into Egypt’s past. President Gamal Abdel Nasser falsified Egypti ... an history when he declared Egypt an Arab Republic. Egyptian authorities refused to allow American film makers to make a film on the life of Anwar Sadat in Egyp...t on the ground that the actor...
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The Politics And Culture Of Skin Bleaching In Sudan

sunnubian ·
The Politics And Culture Of Skin Bleaching In Sudan December 26, 2013 | Filed under: Africa , Featured | Posted by: Editorial_Staff 29 Political Islam in Sudan is hellbent on destroying the African race AFRICANGLOBE – The past 25 years have witnessed fundamental sociopolitical and cultural changes in Sudan. Women have been the terrain of many of the uneasy shifts in the country, even down to their skin, they are now being encouraged to practice skin bleaching She is in her twenties,...
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Angelina Jolie Calls for Action from Obama on Sudan

NSpirit ·
http://omg.yahoo.com/news/ange...an/32522?nc#comments Angelina Jolie Calls For Action From Obama On Sudan "Their policy, though, raises a number of questions," the star wrote in a Newsweek editorial. "How is the Obama administration's approach to...
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Sudan: Bombardment of Civilians in Blue Nile and South Kordofan

sunnubian ·
Sudan: Bombardment of Civilians in Blue Nile and South KordofanDecember 10, 2012   Introduction: Since September 2011, Sudanese government forces have bombed indiscriminately across Blue Nile State, spreading palpable fear among...
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Africa News: Enough Project Newsletter

sunnubian ·
Enough Project Newsletter March 14, 2013 Staying the Course to End the LRA Nearly two years ago, the Obama administration deployed 100 U.S. military advisors to central Africa. As the administration considers withdrawing the advisors, Enough Project LRA Analyst Ashley Benner argues for an extended deployment to build on the successes of the initiative and bring an end to the LRA conflict. Read more » Renewing Commitment to Peace in Darfur and Sudan In a Hill.com op-ed, Enough Project...
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Eritrean Refugee Abductions On the Rise In Sudan

sunnubian ·
Eritrean Refugee Abductions On the Rise In Sudan February 4, 2013 | Filed under: Africa | Posted by: Editorial_Staff Eritrean refugees in Sudan AFRICANGLOBE – Eritrea’s biggest opposition group on Saturday called for urgent action to stop rising abductions and disappearances against Eritrean refugees sheltered at Shagarab refugee camp in Eastern Sudan. According to the UN, human right groups and Eritrean opposition groups, Eritrean refugees who arrive at the border in neighbouring Sudan –...
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Sudan: Doctors Perform Amputations for Courts

sunnubian ·
Sudan: Doctors Perform Amputations for Courts End Corporal Punishment, Reform Laws February 27, 2013 Related Materials: Sudan: Ban Death by Stoning May, 2012 Press release Authorities should immediately stop imposing such cruel and inhuman punishments, and bring laws in line with Sudan’s human rights obligations. They should stop ordering amputations, stoning, flogging and all other forms of corporal punishment that violate basic human rights. Daniel Bekele, Africa director at Human Rights...
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Black People NEVER Learn

sunnubian ·
Arab Neocolonialism: Sudan Gives Egypt Two Million Square Meters of African Land April 5, 2013 | Filed under: Africa , Featured | Posted by: Editorial_Staff AFRICANGLOBE – The Egyptian president Muhammad Morsi arrived in Khartoum today in his first visit since his election last June in the first free polls conducted after the demise of the regime of deposed leader Hosni Mubarak in February 2011. Despite being ideologically in harmony with Sudan’s Arab minority government, Morsi appeared...
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Askia the Great

sunnubian ·
Askia the Great (Askia Muhammad I) Circa (1442-1538) Background and Early Years Askia the Great, also known as Muhammad Ture, was a Soninke king of the Songhai Empire in the late 15th century . Askia Muhammad strengthened his country and made it the largest country in West Africa 's history. At its peak under Muhammad, the Songhai Empire encompassed the Hausa states as far as Kano (present-day Nigeria ) and much of the territory that had belonged to the Mali Empire in the west. His policies...
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African leaders meet in Ethiopia amid Mali crisis

sunnubian ·
African leaders meet in Ethiopia amid Mali crisis <cite class="byline vcard">By KIRUBEL TADESSE | Associated Press – <abbr class="updated" title="2013-01-27T16:28:41Z">Sun, Jan 27, 2013</abbr></cite> Email Share Tweet Print View Photo Associated Press - Heads of the African States pose for a group picture in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, Sunday, Jan, 27, 2013, during the African Union Conference. African leaders met in the Ethiopian capital Sunday … more ADDIS ABABA,...
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Sudan’s Aromatic Culture

sunnubian ·
Sudan’s Aromatic Culture On Sunday 9 July 2011, South Sudan seceded from Sudan and became the world’s youngest country. The conflict in Sudan has been well documented, but little attention has been paid to the crafts and arts of Sudan. Few people realize what a rich reservoir to the aromatic past Sudan is, and that Sudan once played a vital role in history of Perfumery and the trade of aromatics. Even today Sudan has a thriving aromatic culture with a unique way of making perfumes. To get a...
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