The Major Conflict in Sudan

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    Turko- Egyptian Rule of Sudan

    It was ruled by Muhammad 'Ali, Thousands of Sudanese civilians were forced to migrate to Egypt, however, some did not survive. Payments became higher, and they were heavily taxed.They began putting people into slavery, and trading them with other countires. Even though the Turko- Egyptian rule was now over, the slavery continues,
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    British Colonization of Sudan

    They separated the north and the south. The North had everything better, like roads, schools, government buildings, medical care, sanitation, and etc.
  • Britain's Southern Policy in Sudan

    Britain's Southern Policy in Sudan
    Basically, they COMPLETELY ignored the south. They were not allowed to practice Islam or speak Arabic. You even need a passport to travel to the south. The south found oil (it is good for making money) but later the north found out and took it away. Which basically means that is UNFAIR.
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    1st Civil War in Sudan

    It was the lack of food and water, rights, religion, and living condition issues. (School, sanitation, medical care, roads, government, etc).
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    Sudan’s Independence from Britain

    Everything was still the same, it just seems like as if the British were still there. The British didn’t allow the south to practice Islam and speak arabic, the religion in which the north had. We need a passport if we want to travel to the south. The south didn’t have proper things, they did not have roads or even proper medical stuff or good schools. (Powerpoint)
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    Anya Nya is Created

    Anya Nya means Snake Venom. It is a southern Sudanese separatist rebel army group. They thought that this was not fair at all and they had to do something about it, so they went against the north. (Powerpoint)
  • Nimeiri Becomes President in Sudan

    Nimeiri Becomes President in Sudan
    Now everything was unfair. Nimeiri was a bad president, he made everything up to his own choices and decisions. Basically, he was a dictator. He took power over the whole Sudan. (Powerpoint)
  • Oil is First Discovered in Sudan

    Oil is First Discovered in Sudan
    It was first discovered in the south of Sudan. The south were planning on making tubes to reach another country so they could trade/sell. Somehow the north found out and of course, they took out that. They took all the oil, meaning they made tubes from the south to the north. (Powerpoint) (Image)
  • 2nd Civil War in Sudan

    2nd Civil War in Sudan
    There are many consequences in this civil war. There were so many people dead, and lost boys. There were also lost girls, but it's usually about girls being raped. People lost there homes and had to migrate to different parts of Sudan or even out of the country, to escape from the soldiers. Food was a famine (including water). (Powerpoint) (Image)
  • Major Famine in Sudan

    Major Famine in Sudan
    There were many famines in Sudan. One is the shortage of water, when there was a drought. In southern Sudan, it was very hard to get water since water sources are dried. It contribute to the conflict in Sudan because since there was a drought, people would fight over water. (Powerpoint) (Image)
  • Omar Al-Bashir Becomes President

    Omar Al-Bashir Becomes President
    This is very similar to Nimeiri. He was also a dictatorship and banned all government parties so that is why he became president because there were no other government parties. This lead to the conflict of Sudan because people thought things were not fair. (Powerpoint) (Image)
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    Darfur Conflict Starts

    It sums up with the conflict between the south and the north. Darfur wanted more land. It started in 2003 and is still happening until NOW.
  • SPLM/A is Created

    SPLM/A is Created
    The SPLA separated the north and south of Sudan completely. They ignored the south like the never existed. They took everything away from them including something rare (oil). The south thought that this was very unfair. (Powerpoint) (Image)
  • ICC Declares Genocide in Sudan

    ICC Declares Genocide in Sudan
    The three judges of the ICC declares the president of Sudan (Omar Al Bashir) because war crimes and crimes against humanity.
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  • South Sudan's Second Independence

    It is the celebration of one of the world’s youngest nations. This is a very special celebration because South Sudan fought with North Sudan for years, and now it finally had its own freedom from Sudan. However, there are still fightings near the border bordering the oil. (Powerpoint) (Image)