View Full Version : Respectable Sudan ..

March 30th, 2010, 12:17 PM
We are here because we are Sudanese people want to share others our culture and to tell them more about our habits and traditions,

But Firstly we need to share else others, And talking about the political position in Sudan, Like the Election at these days, We want to discuss and talk more about our vision to that what's going on our Sudan .. ?

Really i have many threads and i hope that we can discuss it with each others ..

Kindly Regards,

March 31st, 2010, 01:33 PM
ذكرتني فلم امريكي, الخيانة (وربما البطلّة*) قاعدين في انداية, قام جو اتنين جداد في البلد ما عارفين النظام كيف, وقعدوا يتونسوا ويتناقشوا في السياسة, رئيس البطلّة نادي بتاع الانداية وكلمو بشويش, قام بتاع الانداية طوالي مشى للاتنين الجداد قال ليهم:
" ذلك الجالس هناك يحييكم ويدعوكم لشراب على حسابه, لكن رجاءا لا تتكلموا في الدين او السياسة".
دحين يا عبدو حبابك, ودي بالتاكيد ما انداية, لكن اظن انو الكلام في السياسة في ليو اماكن تانية اكثر نسابة وحموات وبنات عم, اما الدين فما بناباو.
مرحبا بك مرة اخرى
*بطلّة: جمع بطل في بعض سنمات السودان

March 31st, 2010, 01:52 PM
Salam Sudan team,

abdoamcig welcome on board, looking forward to your contributions.

we love Sudan and very proud to be Sudanese. so sharing our cultural diversity and traditions with people from around the world and reflecting a good image about Sudan is great.

but i don't thing this is the right place for political discussions because its a sensitive issue to most people and beside its prohibited in this forum.

check this link:
Section I point 12

they only thing we share in this team beside being a Sudanese is that we love Ubuntu and all it's flavors to the bottom of our hearts.
looking forward to your other threads.


April 2nd, 2010, 07:00 PM
check this link:
Section I point 12

Thanks ya man for drawing my attention ..

Best Regards,

April 9th, 2010, 06:18 PM
I see what you did here zero-n. Thank you :)

Personally, the only link I want to see between political and Ubuntu is that our goverment adopting Ubuntu/Linux as standard in Sudan. Just wishing :)

April 9th, 2010, 07:03 PM
maybe in the future y2j
but as you said we hope to see that soon