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Birth of SS Borneo?

Postby Joshua » Mon Jul 11, 2011 2:51 pm

The Birth of a Nation (Persecution.org)
After decades of jihad and imposed Sharia, Christians and others in the southern part of Sudan finally gain their freedom.
-TROP


http://www.persecution.org/2011/07/08/s ... -tomorrow/


South Sudan: Sharia Law and Jihad Leads to Birth of a New Nation Tomorrow



The Plight of Christians and non-Arab Muslims Continues in North Sudan




Washington, D.C. (July 8, 2011) - International Christian Concern has learned that the mainly Christian and animist south Sudanese will have their own independent country on July 9. Though the new country will celebrate its official establishment in a ceremony tomorrow, its establishment does not end the plight of Christians and non-Arab Muslims living in North Sudan. The Sudanese president, Omer Al-Bashir, previously threatened to introduce Sharia law throughout Sudan if the South seceded.




The South's independence comes after the signing of a Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA) in 2005. The CPA granted the southern Sudanese the right to hold referendum on whether they wanted to continue to be part of Sudan or have a separate nation. Nearly 99% of the South voted for independence in the referendum held in January 2011.




Years of conflict, trigged by the policies of the Islamic government that marginalized the southern Sudanese, resulted in the death of two million and the displacement of over four million southern Sudanese. “The holy war was declared by the North (Muslims) against the South (Christians) and then the war actually moved from a war of independence and a war of marginalization to a war between Muslims and Christians,” said Ezekiel Gatkuoth, head of the Government of Southern Sudan Mission to the USA.




The civil war resulted in the devastation of infrastructures in the south. Churches were among the primary targets for destruction by the Jihadi forces of Sudan.




“In the South, if you tried to build churches, the North would target them, bomb them, and attack. We thank Christians who continued to spread the gospel during the war despite all this targeting and humiliation that they went through during the war,” said Ezekiel.




“We want to congratulate the southern Sudanese on the establishment of their nation. The independence ends years of enslavement, persecution and marginalization by Islamic forces. We are, however, very much concerned with the fate of Christian minorities living in Sudan. We vigilance from the international community to protect the rights of religious minorities in Sudan,” said Jonathan Racho, ICC’s Regional Manager for Africa.







Would this be an inspiration for Sabah & Sarawak?

Can people of Sabah & Sarawak meet in SF for a quick decision of a new era - a new nation SS Borneo?


We need to work out a strategy to make this happen as painless and as bloodless as possible.

Our God would provide for this new era in Borneo.

There was a Sarawak minister who came to All Saints Cathedral to tell us a vision of SS Borneo with the leadership from Sabah. Surprising he sat in my regular pew seat when the Bishop was installed.

I think this vision also promoted by me is shared by that minister from Sarawak.


It is serious that we need to see a reality for SSB in Malaysia.

We can kick that off with sincere autonomy (if we know what is that) for S & S.. within Malaysia.

It would be less painful for Malaysia for an outright separation.

If it is an outright separation Sabah and Sarawak should demand at least RM100 billions each for the purpose to build up the two states as it was promised on 9 July, 1963 in the Malaysian Agreement.

So who want to work on this..

God bless Malaysia..
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Re: Birth of SS Borneo?

Postby Joshua » Fri Jul 15, 2011 5:46 am

no comment here?
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Re: Birth of SS Borneo?

Postby tanak_K/Ppang » Sat Dec 17, 2011 5:13 am

something that is good..is not necessary popular with the current mind set of the people.. but its hard to say..if its to late or it may happen in the future..then again we leave it to the people to decide..i just hope it will happen during my time in this world..

God bless sabah!!!may he save our beloved country from evil doer..
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Re: Birth of SS Borneo?

Postby sasaban » Thu Dec 22, 2011 1:02 am

Sorry, but not even a slight chance
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Re: Birth of SS Borneo?

Postby Joshua » Thu Dec 22, 2011 9:29 pm

why give up so easily...

This will happen Bada Bing...
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