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In today's headlines, many of us have heard about the crisis in Sudan. Sudan's problems are immense and complex, which is why a through appraisal and discussion of the situation that is going on there is needed. The crisis in Darfur and many other aspects of the situation in Sudan need to be analyzed in respect to the reality of the situation. Join your host, Syed Saboor, as we delve deeper into this issue. Our special guest will be Andrew Eiva, who will shed more insight into the problems with Sudan. He is with the organization, "Freedom for Sudan Committee." The address is P.O. Box 1876 Washington D.C., 20013. His phone number is (202)368-7626. The email to reach Mr. Eiva and his organization is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join us as Dr. Pat Bailey shares with us again in her own unique way. She has ministered the gospel in 134 nations and God has used her ministry gifts tremendously to prepare others for the mission field. Tonight she has an urgent message regarding Southern Sudan. He who has an ear to hear, let him hear!
This week on The American Muslim Radio, we discuss Boko Haram and the Muslim response to their crimes. Also, we will talk about the ground zero 9/11 museum and the controversy brewing over its portrayal of Islam and the criminal actions out of Sudan as it relates to apostacy in Islam. We will be taking your calls and comments as always
Sudan Journey with Scott Jenkins
Scott Jenkins finished a journey through Southern Sudan shortly after a 21 year civil war ended. He is in his seventh year of helping with orpan care and elementary education in the villages of South Sudan. Scott will tell what it was like to forge ahead with a dangerous journey and what it is like to persevere in building, continuing and growing his non-profit Southern Sudan Humanitarian.
BlazinRy host Ryan Holmes welcomes children's music artist Norman Jones from Rhythm Child. Plus, the founder of Humanity Helping Sudan Project, Inc., Manyang Reath.
Tonight at 8pm ET on Ernest Radio Network, it's Political Gravity.
Your host Jane Hoffman will be talking about the civil wars in the Sudan, Chad, and Kenya. The rate of death is simply overwhelming. Most of the fighting is between Christians and Muslims, but to what end?
Also, Jane will debuting new music by Jon Yoder, a frequent guest on Political Gravity.
All this plus NPR news, music, and more.
You are invited to the ICERM Radio Panel Discussion Broadcast.
Theme: Ethno-Religious Conflicts in South Sudan, the CAR, the DRC and Nigeria: Encouraging Aspects within the Chaos
Date: Thursday, January 16 2014 at 7:30 pm in EST, New York.
Every community, whether village or nation, is an expression of the consciousness of that community in that place and time. This consciousness affects the communities’ identity, perspectives, and so their interaction with each other and the outside world.
This week, we are honored to have an exceptional panel of experts whose knowledge and expertise can help bring a deeper understanding of the individual and collective consciousness at work breeding & feeding conflict in South Sudan, the Democratic Republic of Congo, the Central African Republic, and Nigeria.
Within the chaos, even in the direst situations, there are adaptive strategies at play. There is an emergent thinking that is working; there are individuals and budding paradigms that hold promise.
In the next hour, we hope to gain new insights into that which offers us hope & inspires optimism for Africa.
Overarching questions: Where do these healthy strategies emerge from? What can we do to foster these ideas? Support these individuals? Nurture these adaptive paradigms?
Experts / Panelists
Dr. Mwangi S. Kimenyi
Prof. John Mukum Mbaku
Ambassador Shola J. Omoregie
Agiri Chris JN Esq
Prof. René Lemarchand
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Today we're going to talk to Larry Pratt from Gun Owners of America and then we'll re-visit the news about persecuted Christian believer, Meriam Ibrahim, who has now been re-arrested in Sudan. This time, her husband has also been arrested too!
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Daniel Ukang, Lost Boy of South Sudan shares his childhood experience of war.
Daniel Ukang, 34 years old is one of the famed lost boys of South Sudan who immigrated to San Diego California in 2001. He is currently the president of California Sudanese Lost boys and girls foundation based in San Diego and often shares his life stories and experiences with students across the America, bringing awareness of war and the impact it has on children. He is currently employed full time and lives with his wife and four children in San Diego California.
When Daniel Ukang was seven years old, his village in Southern Sudan was brutally attacked by government troops. Avoiding capture, Daniel ran terrified into the night with many other young boys and girls who had escaped death or slavery. Without food, water, shoes or parents, he crossed 1000 miles of lion and crocodile infested territory. After enduring years of fleeing war, illness, starvation and wild animals, he reached a refugee camp but that was by no means the end of his struggles. Daniel will share stories of how he faced adversity and found his courage and strength to survive the days of war and create a new life with his family in America.
manetho part 2 by emunra kati and omo shongo
beginning of a new age renaissance
Manethon (or Manetho; /'mæn??o?/; Ancient Greek: ?a?????, Manethon, or ?a?????, Manethos) was an Egyptian historian and priest from Sebennytos (ancient Egyptian: Tjebnutjer) who lived during the Ptolemaic era, approximately during the 3rd century BC.Manetho wrote the Aegyptiaca (History of Egypt). His work is of great interest to Egyptologists, and is often used as evidence for the chronology of the reigns of pharaohs. The earliest and only surviving reference to Manetho's Aegyptiaca is that of the Jewish historian Josephus in his work "Against Apion".MANETHO IS OFTEN QUOTED BY EGYPTOLOGISTS BOTH eUROPEAN AND aFRICAN.mEANWHILE IF WE DO AN INVESTIGATIVE RESEARCH INTO MANETHO WE FIND ALOT OF HISTORY CONCERNING EGYPT, WHICH IS DETAILED IN THE SO CALLED EGYPTIACA, THE BOOK AUTHORED BY HIM.CONFLICTS EXIST IN CHRONOLOGY AND NAMES OF RULING DYNASTIES WHICH CONFLICT WITH THE KINGS LIST INSCRIBED AT RAMSES TEMPLE.MANETHO 'S ORIGINAL BOOK EGYPTIACA DOES NOT SURVIVE AND WHAT WE HAVE ARE CONTROVERSIAL EVIDENCE TO VALIDATE THAT HE EVER EXISTED OR HIS BOOK EGYPTIACA.WE WILL BEGIN TO INVESTIGATE MANETHO AND HIS WRITINGS ON THIS BRAODCAST OF BLACK LOTUS CIVILIZATION.
Tonight on Sports Talk with Benson we'll discuss many topics including NFL Power Ranks, World Series, CFB Playoff, Must-See NBA, 7-Footer's Move, and more! Three NFL teams at 5-2 made big leaps this week thanks to their recent hot streaks. The Royals are perfect this postseason, but do I pick them against the Giants? Expect the playoff committee to keep voting shrouded in mystery. It shouldn't be like that. If you're an NBA junkie, I will feed your need. Thon Maker is making waves in recruiting circles, and why not? The 7-foot native of South Sudan isn't just a star in the post. He can handle the ball and run the floor like a guard, too.