Southern Sudan Islamic council to hold general conference next month.August 28, 2009 (JUBA Juba, city, Sudan
Juba (j`bə), city (1993 pop. 114,980), S Sudan, a port on the White Nile. ) -- South Sudan Islamic advisory council will hold its general conference for southern Sudan Southern Sudan is a region of Sudan, comprising ten of that country's provinces. The Sudanese government agreed to give autonomy to the region in the Comprehensive Peace Agreement Muslims following the end of Ramadan while the states conferences will be organized during the holy month. The decision has been taken in a meeting of the advisory council on Thursday held in Home and Away Hotel in Juba, headed by Mr. Abdel-Baki Akol the chairperson of the Council. The southern Sudan Islamic body also was briefed on the performance of the higher preparatory committee of the conference by Mr. Tahir Bior the head of the panel. The Council approved the holding of conferences of southern Sudan states and passed a draft statute of GLOUCESTER, STATUTE OF. An English statute, passed 6 Edw. I., A. D., 1278; so called, because it was passed at Gloucester. There were other statutes made at Gloucester, which do not bear this name. See stat. 2 Rich. II.
MARLEBRIDGE, STATUTE OF. the advisory council before to submit it to the General Conference. Last week, Sudanese First Vice-President and President of Southern Sudan government Salva Kiir Maydrit stressed the importance of religious tolerance and peaceful coexistence Peaceful coexistence was a theory developed during the Cold War among Communist states that they could peacefully coexist with capitalist states. This was in contrast to theories, such as those implied by some interpretations of antagonistic contradiction, that Communism and in the semi-autonomous region. Kiir addressing the advisory council of Muslims in South Sudan reiterated the respect of Sudan People Liberation Movement (SPLM SPLM Sudan People's Liberation Movement
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