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 خدمة تصميم الكتب والمكتبات

 لوحة المفاتح العربية

صحف واخبار العالم

الترجمة الفورية

مواقع سودانية مهمة

اسلاميات

استمع الى برامج الرياضية

رسالة منتدى حمدان

 ابدعات نجوم الغد

ملف مجزرة مصطفى محمود

تقرير عن المجزرة بلغة الانجليزيه

الاتفاقية التى وقعت بين صوت اللاجئين والموفضيه

صور ضحايا مجزة مصطفى محمود

انتهاكات تم اثناء فض اعتصام اللاجئين السودانيين بمصر

شهادت من المشرحة

جزء من المرسلات ما بين صوت اللاجئين ومكتب المفوضية فى القاهرة

اقلام اخرى كتبت عن  المجزرة

اللاجئون السودانييون يتسألون

الجنوب يطال بالحماية الدولية للاجئين السودانيين

استطلاع رأى : البوليس المصرى هو المسئول عن المجزرة

اللاجئون السودانيون يفرون إلى إسرائيل

بين المفوضية وكاريتاس

المجلس القومى لحقوق الانسان يبحث تقريرا عن فض اعتصام اللاجئين السودانيين 

دعوة للإفراج فورا عن كل اللاجئات السودانيات بالسجون المصرية

محاولات التعتيم على العدد الحقيقي لضحايا مجزرة اللاجئين السودانيين بمصر

بلا وطن ..بلا ام

اكاذيب حول اعتصام اللاجئين السودانيين بمصر

قصة فتلة من جبال النوبة عاشت فى ظل الرق فى السودان

لقاؤ مع القائد يوسف كوة لندن2001 

النُّوبة في السُّودان  نضال شعب في سبيل العدالة والمشاركة في السُّلطة

وقائع وملخص المؤتمر العام لقبيلة أرونقي (تيمين) بجبال النُّوبة

ستون عاماً على مؤتمر جوبا د: حيدرابرهيم

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Oslo to host donors' conference for Sudan in May

 

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تهانى ادارة الموقع لاسرة التوم الشاهر وادم عبد العزيز بالسودان 

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Proud to be Nuba  

 

 

The Nuba people reside in one of the most remote and inaccessible places in all of Sudan--the foothills of the Nuba Mountains in central Sudan. At one time the area was considered a place of refuge, bringing together people of many different tongues and backgrounds who were fleeingoppressive governments and slave traders. As a result, over 100 hundred languages are spoken in the area and are considered Nuba languages, although many of the Nuba also speak Sudanese Arabic, the official language of Sudan.The Nuba Mountains mark the southern border of the sands of the desert and the northern limit of good soils washed down by the Nile River. Many Nubas, however, have migrated to the Sudanese capital of Khartoum to escape persecution and the effects of Sudan’s civil war. Most of the rest of the 1,000,000 Nuba people live in villages of between 1,000 and 50,000 inhabitants in areas in and surrounding the Nuba mountains. Nuba villages are often built where valleys run from the hills out on to the surrounding plains, because water is easier to find at such points and wells can be used all year long. There is no political unity among the various Nuba groups who live on the hills. Often the villages do not have chiefs but are instead organized into clans or extended family groups with village authority left in the hands of clan elders

The Nuba people are primarily farmers, as well as herders who keep cattle, goats, chickens and other domestic animals. They often maintain three different farms: a garden near their house where vegetables needing constant attention, such as onions, peppers and beans, are grown; fields further up the hills where quick growing crops such as red millet can be cultivated without irrigation; and farms farther away, where white millet and other crops are planted. A distinctive characteristic of the Nubas is their passion for athletic competition, particularly traditional wrestling. The strongest young men of a community compete with athletes from other villages for the chance to promote their personal and their village’s pride and strength. In some villages, older men participate in club- or spear-fighting contests. The Nubas’ passion for physical excellence is also displayed through the young men’s vanity—they often spend hours painting their bodies with complex patterns and decorations. This vanity reflects the basic Nuba belief in the power and importance of strength and beauty. 

The majority of the Nuba--those living in the east, west and northern parts of the mountains--are Muslims, while those living to the south are either Christians or practice traditional animistic religions. In those areas of the Nuba mountains where Islam has not deeply penetrated, ritual specialists and priests hold as much control as the clan elders, for it is they who are responsible for rain control, keeping the peace, and rituals to insure successful crops. Many are guardians of the shrines where items are kept to insure positive outcomes of the rituals (such as rain stones for the rain magic), and some also undergo spiritual possession.

 

 

Volume 2, Issue 1, October 2002

Nuba Mountains Students Union

The Nuba Mountain Students Union has demanded the government and the SPLA to include the right of self-determination for the Nuba people in any final peace deal that they might reach in the current talks in Machakos, Kenya.

The Secretary General of the Student Union, Tigani El Tahir Ismail told the Khartoum Monitor recently that the Nuba people are entitled to this international human right because the Nuba region was administered as a closed district along the South Sudan and Blue Nile regions in 1922 by the British.

Ismail said that the Nuba people strongly reject the inclusion of the Nuba Mountain to Northern Sudan during the six years transitional period. "We the students and graduates of the Nuba Mountain from various universities and other higher institutions of learning in the country strongly reject any effort to join the Nuba Mountain area to the Northern Sudan."

The Secretary General explained that most of the problems that led them to take up arms remain unresolved which would make the Nuba Mountain a timed bomb against peace. Ismail added that the mistrust between the Nuba Mountain people and the Northern Sudan is still great and all internal political indicators show that there will be a friction between the North and the Nuba. He stressed that during the interim period, the Nuba Mountain should be part of the South Sudan under the SPLM administration to give equal opportunities for economic development of the marginalized areas. But the Nuba Mountain should receive greater autonomy .

Ismail noted that the last option for the Nuba people would be to place their Mountain region under international protection during the interim period after that they should be allowed to exercise the right of self-determination. Ismail warned that if the current talks failed and the Nuba Mountain is arbitrarily annexed to Northern Sudan, then the war would resume and continue until the Nuba people get their inalienable right.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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A Brighter Future For The Nuba Mountains

Interview with Daniel Kodi Angelo Comba

picture from nuba mountains

 
 
BY NANNE OP 'T ENDE  
Guestbook
 

 Interview with Yousif Kuwa Mekki 

 

Short biography of a Nuba LeaderInterview with Yousif Kuwa Mekki

hkhStory of Ummassar Ali Juma'a

The story of a girl lived slavery in the Sudan  

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Interview with Ismael Khamis Jelab, Governor of Southern Kordofan

  

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Peter Tosh library

 The Nuba Mountains: Who Spoke What in

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