"Sudan is not really a country at all, but many.
A composite layers, like a genetic fingerprint of memories that were once fluid, but have since crystallized out from the crucible of possibility"
Jamal Mahjoub, a Sudanese novelist
Friday, September 28, 2007
“We are still fourth-class citizens in our own country,” Mr. Kiir said. “That’s why many southerners will vote for separation.”