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The International Appeal to Rescue Nubians in Egypt and Sudan

09-16-2004, 08:02 AM

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The International Appeal to Rescue Nubians in Egypt and Sudan

    The International Appeal to Rescue Nubia in Egypt and Sudan

    § Stop the on-going cultural and ethnic cleansing in the Nubian lands
    § Say No to depopulation of the Nubian lands
    § Say No to destruction of the Nubian historical sites and wealth by dams.

    We, the undersigned Nubians and friends of Nubia in Diaspora, Egypt and Sudan appeal to the international community to come urgently to the rescue of the Nubians inside Egypt and Sudan who are facing a hidden war of ethnic and cultural cleansing and systematic depopulation of Nubians from their ancestral lands and depopulation the area in an attempt to wipe out Nubian culture and heritage.
    Both the Egyptian and Sudanese governments work in a concerted manner to dismantle the cohesive Nubian fabric by forcing them to relocate, deprive them from essential and basic services and put obstacles against Nubians so that they abandon their lands voluntarily and migrate to Arabized lands.

    Latest development in the Nubian land of Egypt:

    1. In a letter we got from the famous Egyptian Nubian writer and author, Haggag Addol we were informed that the government of Egypt (GOE) is continuing its discriminatory policies and cultural cleansing tactics by bringing Arabs and non-Nubians to the Nubian lands as it did with the Toshke Valley north of the Aswan High Dam and in the Western Sahara. These policies are meant to displace the Egyptian Nubians completely from their ancestral lands and replacing them with Arabs and non-Nubians.

    2. On September 26th, 2004, GOE will sell in an open auction about 5,000 hectares in Qustul (Qasr Ibrim) and Adindan area, near the historical site of Abu Simbil and about 30 and 62 kilometers north of Wadi Halfa, in the Sudanese territory. In the absence of the poor Nubians, the rich Arabs of Egypt will be the only qualified bidders and the land will be gone forever to non-Nubians like many other parts of the Nubian land. Nubians are gradually displaced from their ancestral lands and replaced by Arabs who are changing the demographic structure of the area thus wiping out a great heritage that outlived the Egyptian history for centuries.

    3. The international community has a moral and historical obligation to look into this matter by stopping these conspiracies and wicked policies to wipe out the Nubian heritage and culture from the map of Egypt.

    Latest developments in the Sudanese Nubian land:

    2. The Sudanese Nubians are also facing the dangers of ethnic and cultural cleansing under the Islamist government of Sudan (GOS) which is hostile to non-Arab minorities like the Nubians in the north, Bejas in the east, Fur, Massalit and Zaghawa in the west, the Nubas of the mountains and the southern Sudanese African tribes. GOS, like GOE is waging a secret war against Nubians in the north. Its deliberate policies to de-populate the Nubian lands through the persistent lack of economic and social development and making plans to construct more dams on Nubian land is meant to disrupt the stability of the area and an attempt to change the structure of the Nubian society by forcing Nubians to abandon their ancestral homes. In fact, an attempt to build Kajbar dam in the heartland of Nubia was suspended temporarily when the Nubians protested loudly and sent their outcry abroad to alert the international community to come to their help and stop the plans to construct the dam.

    3. GOS is actively working now to construct another dam in Hamadab area (Merowe Dam), which will devastate the Nubian antiquities and historical sites that have yet to be fully excavated.

    4. GOS excluded the Nubians from its national budget and the development plans for several years and helped the Government of Egypt (GOE) in suffocating the Sudanese Nubians by isolating them through continuous disruption of the only means of transportation linking Nubia to Sudan and Egypt. GOS intentionally stopped the railway line services between Khartoum, the capital and Wadi Halfa, the river port on the border with Egypt, which disrupted the steamer line, the only means of transport between Sudan and Egypt inside the Nubian land.

    5. Recently, GOS and GOE have signed bilateral agreements (The Four Freedoms Agreements), which give both governments the right to purchase and own lands reciprocally. Accordingly, GOS began to sell Nubian lands inside Sudan to foreign companies totally disregarding the present and future rights of the original historical owners of those lands: the Nubians of Sudan.

    Conspiracy Against Nubia needs to be averted:

    6. The two governments of Egypt and Sudan are working actively to suffocate Nubia and change its identity to an Arabized one. Both regimes adamantly refrained from connecting the two countries by road since their independence in fifties and recently signed the so called the Four Freedoms Agreement which aims at dealing a devastating blow to the Nubians. Instead of connecting the Nubians in Egypt and Sudan by a paved asphalt road between Aswan and Wadi halfa, the two countries decided to make the road across the Sahara Desert and to create a river port in Alabeidiya, south of Abu Hamad deep inside Sudan while neglecting the border river port of Wadi Halfa. Nubians believe that the government of Egypt is standing against connecting the Nubians of Egypt with the Nubians of Sudan in an attempt to stop the flow of tourism into Sudan, which will siphon a sizeable amount of tourism revenue into Sudan.

    The need for an international help to rescue Nubia:

    7. Nubia, one of the cradles of mankind history and internationally known as one of the richest custodians of the archaeological wealth in the world, is facing a real threat from the fanatic Arabs and Islamists who are working together to enforce their hegemonic policies in the area. Nubians who survived all these conspiracies throughout their history cannot resist this multi-faceted onslaught hidden war alone

    8. Preserving and protecting the Nubian people, the historical creators and custodians of that glorious heritage with all its archaeological wealth, though primarily our responsibility, is also an international concern. Thus, the burden of enabling the impoverished, marginalized and oppressed Nubians to preserve their heritage by living in peace and prosperity on Nubian lands, has to be shared, or even spearheaded, by the civilized nations and international organizations.

    9. The international community is hereby alerted to move urgently and stop this economic and cultural genocide and come to the rescue of the Nubians as they did before when 26 nations came to the rescue of the Nubian monuments before the inundation of the Nubian lands by the waters of the High Dam in early sixties.

    We, the undersigned, call upon civilized nations, United Nations agencies and international organizations to send fact finding missions to investigate into these matters and find solutions for problems facing Nubians in Egypt and Sudan as well.

    Signatories:

    1. Haggag Hassan Addoul, Nubian writer – Egypt
    2. Suad Ibrahim Ahmed, former University lecturer & Nubian leader, Sudan
    3. Mekki Ali Idris, Nubian musician and singer, Saudi Arabia
    4. Dr. Hassan Almalik,International Nubian Forum Maintainer Saudi Arabia
    5. Nuraddin Abdulmannan, Former diplomat, human rights activist, USA
    6. Akif Mukhtar,Nubian Activist, Qatar.
    7. Abdelwahab Mohamed Ali Adam: Human Rights Activist: The Netherlands
    8. Siddig Abdelhafiez Fadl : Geolgist, The Netherlands
    9. Khalid Mohamed Adam Hakim : Banker, The Netherlands
    10. Safwat Daoud Mahialdin : Chemist, The Netherlands
    11. Osama Taha Hussain : Agriculture Engineer The Netherlands
    12. Amgad Taha Hussain : Accountant, The Netherlands
    13. Nur Aldin Mohamed Ali Shargy : Banker, The Netherlands
    14. Imad Abdelaziz : Retired Major, The Netherlands
    15. Mohamed Mohialdin Zumrawy : Accountant, The Netherlands
    16. Mohamed Hamid Ahmed , The Netherlands
    17. Ahmed Abdelmannan : Administrator, The Netherlands
    18. Mohamed Abdelmannan, The Netherlands
    19. Al Fatih Almisbah The Netherlands
    20. Farah Hasan Sulaiman Hagana : Lawer The Netherlands
    21. Awad Sukker : Journalist, The Netherlands
    22. ِAl Fatih Ahmed Mohamed, The Netherlands
    23. Nadir Abdelrahim Gurundi : Accountant, The Netherlands
    24. Shawgi Al Said Al Zubair : Pharmasist, The Netherlands
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09-20-2004, 03:26 AM

Ashraf Kamal

تاريخ التسجيل: 09-01-2004
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Re: The International Appeal to Rescue Nubians in Egypt and Sudan (Re: Mannan)

    God save the remaining Nubian cultural and linguistic practices.The historical Nubian kingdoms were murdered. The land has been stolen as part of a conspiratorial deal made between the Centre-based power holders and self-interested politicians beyond the Sud-Land. I add a big 'NO' to the intentional murder of the 'isness' of the Northern land in the name of class 'modernisation', top-down 'Arabisation' and the politicised 'islamicisation'. The 'dam' will turn into a 'damn' in a land whose natives have never been given the god-given right to say 'NO', or even to prepare a farewell party to their past. Yet, will the internationalisation of 'No' ever appeal to those who claimed the ownership of the whole Sud-Land? Will the vocal term 'No' stop the cultural cleansing without reconstituting the current power structure ? God! We believe in your 'Oneness' and Faireness', will you please save the 'No' from the foreseeable death since it is fighting a losing battle? God! The eyes of the natives have run dry of tears to cry their beloved land and kingdoms, will you please empower them to put up a 'good' fight and to keep the honourable struggle on? Ameen
    ashraf
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09-20-2004, 03:53 AM

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وتستمر حملة التوقيعات لإنقاد النوبة من التطهير الثقافى والإثنى .. شكرا لكم (Re: Mannan)

    1. Haggag Hassan Addoul, Nubian writer – Egypt
    2. Suad Ibrahim Ahmed, former University lecturer & Nubian leader, Sudan
    3. Mekki Ali Idris, Nubian musician and singer, Saudi Arabia
    4. Dr. Hassan Almalik, International Nubian Forum Maintainer, Saudi Arabia
    5. Nuraddin Abdulmannan, Former diplomat, human rights activist, USA
    6. Akif Mukhtar, Nubian Activist, Qatar.
    7. Abdelwahab Mohamed Ali Adam: Human Rights Activist: The Netherlands
    8. Siddig Abdelhafiez Fadl : Geolgist, The Netherlands
    9. Khalid Mohamed Adam Hakim : Banker, The Netherlands
    10. Safwat Daoud Mahialdin : Chemist, The Netherlands
    11. Osama Taha Hussain : Agriculture Engineer The Netherlands
    12. Amgad Taha Hussain : Accountant, The Netherlands
    13. Nur Aldin Mohamed Ali Shargy, Banker, The Netherlands
    14. Imad Abdelaziz : Retired Major, The Netherlands
    15. Mohamed Mohialdin Zumrawy. Accountant, The Netherlands
    16. Mohamed Hamid Ahmed, The Netherlands
    17. Ahmed Abdelmannan : Administrator, The Netherlands
    18. Mohamed Abdelmannan, The Netherlands
    19. Al Fatih Almisbah The Netherlands
    20. Farah Hasan Sulaiman Hagana, Lawyer The Netherlands
    21. Awad Sukker : Journalist, The Netherlands
    22. ِEl Fatih Ahmed Mohamed, The Netherlands
    23. Nadir Abdelrahim Gurundi : Accountant, The Netherlands
    24. Shawgi Al Said Al Zubair : Pharmasist, The Netherlands
    25. Abdellatif Ali Elimam – Vetrinarian, The Netherlands.
    26. Shawgi Elsayed Elzubair, Pharmacist. The Netherlands.
    27. Safeya Abdelaziz Mohamed Ali hakim, lawyer and Translator. The Netherlands.
    28. Sharif salih Khairi, worker, The Netherlands.
    29. Saifeldin Hassan saeed, worker, the Netherlands.
    30. Abubakr Elamin Hassan Khairi. Worker, the Netherlands.
    31. Ibrahim Ali Khairy Bilal, Freelance business, UK
    32. Yousif Ali Khairy Bilal, Freelance business, UK.
    33. Zakaria Sidahmed, Freelance business, UK
    34. Ibrahim Ahmed Khairi Bilal, Cook, UK
    35. Amira Abdeldayem Farah Bilal, Translator. UK
    36. Muhsina Yousif Sidahmed, Housewife, UK.
    37. Ikhlas Osman Hamad. Housewife, UK.
    38. Khidir Hassan Khalil
    39. Ali Askouri, President of Leadership Office Hamadab Dam Affected People, London
    40. Omar Mohamed Ragab, the Netherlands
    41. Nagat Mohamed Ali, France.
    42. Yasir Zumrawi Mohamed Osman, Student
    43. Luai Shammat, Sweden
    44. Mohamed Hamed Elmusafir, Abu Dhabi.
    45. Abdalla Bola, Writer, researcher & Artist, France.
    46. Saifeldin Musaed Ali, Frankfurt, Germany
    47. Sadig Elshaikh Gibril, Musician, Brussels, Belgium
    48. Nasif Salah Eldein – Journalist, Sudan
    49. Elkhatim Adlan, Writer and politician, UK
    50. Osman Mohamed Salih, the Netherlands
    51. Talha Hamed Elsayed, Qatar.
    52. Ahmed Akasha Mohamed, the Netherlands.
    53. Yousif Bilal Elmousley, Musician, USA.
    54. Tumadur Shaikheldin, Artist, USA.
    55. Ahmed Mohamed osman, KSA
    56. Salwa Mohamed Seyam, Human Rights Activist, USA.
    57. Ahmed Amin, UK.
    58. Asma Abdelhafiz, USA
    59. Ishraga Mustafa, Vienna University, Political Science.
    60. Mohamed idris Fadul, USA
    61. Ahmed Abdelrahman Albashir, USA
    62. Abdelilah Zumrawi, former Judge, USA.
    63. Mutwali Abdalla Idris, Canada.
    64. Sondra Hale, Professor, USA
    65. Mayada Nuraddin Abdulmannan, USA
    66. Zeinab Osman, social worker, USA
    67. Sohair Hamid, activist, Canada
    68. Suliman Bakhiet, former administrator, USA
    69. Manal Ali, lawyer, Egypt
    70. Ghassan Omer, worker, USA
    71. Isam Siddig, worker, USA
    72. Rasha El-Tigani, computer scientist, USA
    73. Naser Abdelrahman, engineer, USA
    74. Mahgoub El-Tigani, writer, USA
    75. Gara Awad, activist, UK
    76. Muna Khugali, activist, UK
    77. Mohamed Ibrahim, Sudanese Group Against Torture, USA
    78. Abubakr Sidahmed, Engineer & Nubian Activist, UA
    79. Amal Kunna Khairy, International Development Specialist, Egypt
    80. Omer Abdelsawi Omer USA
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09-20-2004, 10:52 PM

Ashraf Kamal

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Re: وتستمر حملة التوقيعات لإنقاد النوبة من التطهير الثقافى والإثنى .. شكرا (Re: Mannan)

    Mannan, my apology for I forgot to leave my full name:
    Ashraf Kamal Abdelhay, UK
    Will you please add me in the list of the screaming voices for the protection of the Northern land and its history from extinction?Thanx

    Ashraf
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09-25-2004, 05:30 PM

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Re: The International Appeal to Rescue Nubians in Egypt and Sudan (Re: Mannan)


    الناشط فى مجال حقوق الإنسان والدبلوماسى السابق الأستاذ نورالدين منان، أُلزم سرير مستشفى بى جى كاونتى فى ضاحية العاصمة الأمريكية واشنطون، عقب إصابته بكسر فى الحوض ناتج عن سقوطه على أرض صُلبة وستجرى له جراحة يوم الإثنين القادم. تمنياتنا له بعاجل الشفاء.

    الرجاء من الأخ حسن الملك متابعة الحملة –حسب طلب الأخ نورالدين- الأستاذ نورالدين رغم تعاظم آلآمه إلا أنه لايود أن تقعده الإصابة عن متابعة مهامه المتعددة.

    مرة أخرى، دعواتنا بتام وعاجل الشفاء للأستاذ نورالدين منان..

    تلفون الغرفة المباشر: 301-618-2823 الرجاء مراعاة فروق الوقت..


    عدلان.
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09-28-2004, 03:01 PM

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    أجريت صباح اليوم الثلاثاء عملية ناجحة للأستاذ نورالدين منان -تغيير عظام الحوض!- ولم يتم تحديد موعد خروجه من المستشفى بعد. تهانينا وأمنياتنا له بتمام الصحة والعافية.

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