Revealed Against Sudan
According to Contemporary View (June 2004), since 1989, Sudan’s evil, Muslim-controlled government has been waging war against two other false religious systems, being the Animist (Give God’s Glory to creatures) liars and “Christian” (God Loves Everyone) heretics. Government soldiers and the Janjaweed (nomads on the backs of animals carrying guns and slaughter weapons; Janjaweed means “armed horseman” in Arabic) have been reported, according to this same publication, to have gang-raped slaves (young boys and girls, especially) that were captured in the religious war of Sudan, and at their pleasing, kill them. Over 2,000,000 have died as a result of this war. “Human rights and local tribal groups estimate the number enslaved ranges from 14,000 to 200,000 people.”
November 18, 2009 - Tribal clash left 47 killed and 16 wounded.
September 21, 2009- Raid in Duk Padiet left 100+ dead. So far this year, an estimated 1,200 people have died in ethnic attacks in southern Sudan.
August 31, 2009- Ethnic clashes (sparked by seasonal cattle raiding, ending with revenge killing) left 43 dead, 64 wounded.
August 28, 2009- Fighting in the Tiwch East county of the Jonglei state left 40 dead, 26 injured.
August 12, 2009- Tribal clashes left 30 dead, 15 abducted.
August 3, 2009- South Sudan tribal fighters launched a raid, killing about 780.
Reported July 7, 2009- The United Nations killed 1,600 people in an effort to confiscate 3,000 guns from Sudanese citizens to bring “safety” to South Sudan and Darfur– NO PEACE OR SAFETY FOR THE WICKED!
June 13-14, 2009- Attack on food aid barges; 40 dead and 30 wounded.
Reported June 10, 2009- “The six-year Darfur conflict has killed up to 300,000 people and uprooted 2.5 million.”
Reported May 26, 2009- “An airstrike on an arms convoy in Sudan this January, which Israel is suspected of carrying out, killed 119 people taking part in a smuggling operation[.]”
Reported May 26, 2009- Fighting between Sudan army troops and “Justice and Equality Movement rebels” left 63 dead.
May 26, 2009- “Scores of people were killed when 3,000 [Janjaweeds] attacked security forces in Sudan's oil-producing Southern Kordofan region[.]”
Reported May 11, 2008- Highest rate of pregnancy-related deaths in the world in south Sudan, at 2,030 per 100,000 births, or 1 in 50 women die in child birth.
May 20, 1999- Earthquake, 31 dead; 100,000s homeless.
1998- Epidemic, 2,973 dead.
1988- Epidemic, 2,700 dead.
1983- Drought, 150,000 dead.
Deuteronomy 11:26, 27, 28 Behold, I set before you this day a blessing and a curse; A blessing, if ye obey the commandments of the LORD your God, which I command you this day: And a curse, if ye will not obey the commandments of the LORD your God, but turn aside out of the way which I command you this day, to go after other gods, which ye have not known.