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    نحن جند الله، جند الوطن
    ان دعا داعي الفداء لم نخن
    نتحدى الموت عند المحن
     
    Sudan-icon.png Sudanball singing its anthem
    South Sudan-icon.png Southern part, i'll be back...
     
    We can not into poor! Egypt-icon.png Egypt give us money!
     
    Sudan-icon.png Sudanball

    North Sudanball, officially the Republic of the Sudanball, is a countryball in northeastern Africa and Saharan Africa. It used to be the largest countryball in Africa, but when South Sudanball gained independence in 2011, it made Algeria-icon.png Algeriaball the largest countryball in Africa. Sudanball is now the 3rd largest countryball in Africa and the Arab world. It currently has a population of 41.17 million inhabitants (The 34th most!) as of 2019.

    Its government is currently undergoing protests and on April 11th 2019, its longtime president Omar Al-Bashir was ousted. Sudanball is doing much better than its southern neighbour. The total GDP is 93.729 billion $, and the GDP per capita is 2,366.970$. Its currency is the Sudanese Pound. Its economy has an annual growth of 5.8%. Sudanball is, however, not much better than its southern neighbour in this category. It is ranked 167 in the HDI, only 2 spots above South Sudanball. Thankfully for it though, only 9% of the population is below the poverty line, in contrast to South Sudanball's higher number. As of April 11, 2019, it is currently undergoing a coup de etat/popular insurrection in its clay, overthrowing a military dictator who has been in power for 30 years, but it is still one of the least corrupt countryballs in Africa.

    The countryball's name Sudan is a name given to a region to the south of the Sahara, stretching from Western Africa to eastern Central Africa. The name derives from the Arabic 'bilād as-sūdān' (بلاد السودان), or "the lands of the blacks"

    History

    Nubia-icon.png Early History

    In 3500 BC. the territory of Sudanball was known to the Ancient Egypt-icon.png Ancient Egyptians as "the country of Kushball".

    The northern part of the territory of modern Sudan has been known since ancient times as Nubia, it was inhabited by Semitic-Hamitic tribes, but the history of the southern part of the country until the 19th century is very vague. Nubia-icon.png Nubiaball has been known since the time of the Old Kingdom of Ancient Egypt-icon.png Ancient Egyptball (2755-2255 BC), therefore, in the region between the Nubian Desert and the Nile, there are a large number of monuments from the times of Ancient Egypt-icon.png Ancient Egyptball, under whose rule Nubia-icon.png Nubiaball was until the 8th century BC.

    After that, several independent kingdoms arose on the territory of Nubia-icon.png Nubiaball, the most powerful of which —— Makurra with its capital in Dongol - arose in the 6th century AD. and existed until the XIV century. The state of Alva with the capital Soba (not far from present-day Khartoum-icon.png Khartoumball) was captured by Fujah in 1500, by black Muslims who created the Sennar Sultanateball on its territory. In the 16th century, the city of Sennarball became one of the main centers of Islam, but disagreements between the various Funjball tribes led to the weakening of the state by the end of the 18th century. In 1820 it was captured by Egypt-Eyalet-icon.png Egypt Eyaletball and became the province of Egyptian Sudan. The rule of Egypt-Eyalet-icon.png Egypt lasted for about 60 years. By the end of the 19th century, the influence of UK-icon (Africa soldier).png Great Britainball was growing in Egypt-Eyalet-icon.png Egyptball.

    (WIP of Mahdist revolution)

    Modern History

    In 1898, Kingdom of Egypt-icon.png Egyptball and UK-icon (Africa soldier).png Great Britainball organized a joint operation against the Caliph of Mahdist Sudanball, and in 1899 an agreement was signed on joint administration of Anglo-Egyptian Sudan-icon.gif Anglo-Egyptian Sudanball, confirmed in 1936. In 1936, Anglo-Egyptian Sudan-icon.gif Anglo-Egyptian Sudanball gained greater autonomy, and eventually gained independence in 1956.

    After the Second World War, the national liberation movement gained strength in Anglo-Egyptian Sudan-icon.gif Anglo-Egyptian Sudanball and, in order to prevent violence from splashing out, in 1951 Anglo-Egyptian Sudan-icon.gif Anglo-Egyptian Sudanball received the right to full self-government. At the same time, an active "Sudanization" of the country began to reduce the Egyptian and British influence. Sudan gained independence on November 12, 1955, and the Republic of Sudan-icon (1956-69).png Republic of Sudanball was proclaimed on January 1, 1956. In 1969, a military coup took place in the country, and Colonel (later Field Marshal) Nimeiri came to power, under whose rule the country was until 1986, when, after 18 years of military rule, free elections were held. However, already in 1989, another military coup took place in Sudan and General Omar Hassan al-Bashir came to power. During his reign, brutal ethnic cleansing against the Nubianballs began, triggering a new wave of civil war.

    Sudan-icon.png South Sudanball conflicts South Sudan-icon.png

    For a few years after WW2, Sudan had been occupied and governed by British and Egyptian troops in the north and south respectively, causing religious mutiny and strain, a British defense force mutinies, which is suppressed, but becomes the catalyst for the First Sudanese Civil War against the South Sudan-icon.png Southern Sudan Autonomous Regionball (Majorly Christianity-icon.png Christian and Pagan African) and Sudanball (Islam-icon.png Muslim) have been in harsh conflict ever since Sudanball declared independence, and this was all provoked by the rebel group Anyanya-icon.png Anyanyaball. In 1972, Sudan-icon.png Sudanball and Anyanya-icon.png Anyanyaball had a ceasefire, and the two went to ask Abyssinia-icon.png Abyssiniaball for help. Abyssinia-icon.png Abyssiniaball created the Addis Ababa Agreement that led to the creation of South Sudan-icon.png Southern Sudan Autonomous Regionball.

    After more wars from 1893 to 2005, Sudan-icon.png Sudanball gave South Sudan-icon.png South Sudanball a referendum, and after the majority voted for independence a new countryball was born; South Sudan-icon.png South Sudanball.

    April 11, 2019

    On April 11, 2019, during the protests against the Al-Bashir dictatorship, the Sudanese military under the rule of the Lieutenant-General Ahmed Awad Ibn Auf announced that President Omar al-Bashir had resigned, the government had dissolved, the constitution suspended and he and the military will be in charge of the country for now.

    June 3-6, 2019.

    On June 3, 2019, the government of Sudanball killed protesters doing a sit-in. More than 100 citizens, and injured 500, not only that, but they arrested loads of unarmed citizens in the Khartoum massacre. After killing dozens of citizens, African Union-icon.png African Unionball suspended Sudanball. But then it got back on to the African Union-icon.png African Unionball after Creating a civilian Government in Khartoum-icon.png Khartoumball.

    October 2021 coup d'état and recent events

    On 25 October 2021, a coup d'état broke out with the Sudanese military, capturing the civilian government, including Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok. The Sudanese military junta declared a state of emergency afterwards. Sudanese civilians took to the streets to protest against the newly-installed military government. In response, African Union-icon.png African Unionball suspended Sudan-icon.png Sudan and to this day, it is still suspended. On November 21, 2021, Abdalla Hamdok was reinstated as Prime Minister after he and Abdel Fattah al-Burhan agreed to restore the transition to civilian rule and release all political prisoners. Despite this, protests continued and on January 2, 2022, Prime Minister Abdallah Hamdok resigned, which resulted in the transition to democracy being led by the military junta again.

    Flag Colors

    Color Name RGB CMYK HEX
    La Salle Green 0, 114, 41 C100-M0-Y64-K55 #007229
    Crimson 210, 16, 52 C0-M92-Y75-K18 #D21034
    White 255, 255, 255 N/A #FFFFFF
    Black 0, 0, 0 C0-M0-Y0-K100 #000000

    Relationships

    Friends

    • Russia-icon.png Russiaball - Good ally, it supports me on the War in Darfur. Good job on handling Syria-icon.png Syriaball. I will gib you access to the Red Sea. I also support you on Crimea.
    • Ethiopia-icon.png Ethiopiaball - I helped it during its war with the Tigray warlords. I took the Tigray refugees as a returning favor of it supporting the protest against Bashir.
    • South Sudan-icon.png South Sudanball - Child who didn't want to be kebab. I know that we are not always friendly not but why are you accusing me of stealings yuor oil? Cmon just, really? I wish you the best.
    • UK-icon.png UKball - Thank you for my independence, but I didn't declare war on Ethiopia...
    • China-icon.png Chinaball - We gib them our oil.
    • DR Congo-icon.png Democratic Republic of Congoball - Friend and trading partner in Central Africa. We helped them in war!
    • Tigray-icon.png Tigrayball - A pure innocent child. Don't worry, I of save your refugees.
    • Belarus-icon.png Belarusball - A Good friend in Europe, We both love Russia-icon.png Russia, and We have visited each other plenty of times.
    • Zimbabwe-icon.png Zimbabweball - We can relate with that whole coup thing.
    • Kuwait-icon.png Kuwaitball - Thank you so much for helping me out! My poverty rates would be worser if it wasn’t for you!
    • Morocco-icon.png Moroccoball - We are trading food.

    Frenemies

    • Egypt-icon.png Egyptball - Those damned Egyptians are trying to steal my fame AND HALA'IB. We wuz kangs and have pyramids too, although we do many cultral relations, so, not always an enemy. Also take this Bir Tawil-icon.png shithole from me.
    • Eritrea-icon.png Eritreaball - It keeps accusing me of helping Ethiopia-icon.png Ethiopiaball in its border conflict. Also aided many of my rebels in past as a response. I don't al-understand them really.
    • Iran-icon.png Iranball - After 2016, I sent troops to Yemen and then attacked Houthis. It has already severed diplomatic relations with Iran.
    • USA-icon.png USAball - Even though I don't like it very much, they praised me for supporting my new phase and for still continuing the revolution. And thanks of removing me from the state sponsors of terrorism list, especially when I agreed on doing peace with Israel-icon.png Israelcube! And stop bullying Russia-icon.png Russiaball!
    • Gabon-icon.png Gabonball - Of stealing my flag in 1956 until I removed it in 1970.
    • Mauritius-icon.png Mauritiusball - Same as Gabon above but with a red stripe and a darker shade of blue.
    • Libya-icon.png Libyaball - In our younger years Libya was pretty cool. But after Omar al-Bashir happended you started to support my rebels. Even after I helped the rebels against Gaddafi, we still had closed embassies. Since the coup d'etat, we have been friendly now again.
    • Israel-icon.png Israelcube - It used to bomb my clay in 1968 and treats Palestine badly. But very recently, USA-icon.png burger helped to organize a peace agreement between me and you to trade, recognizing yuo, and I may get some monies to help my economy and hungry people. But please be gentle with Palestine please?
    • Darfur-icon.png Darfurball - Hey... now that I removed murderer Omar Al-Bashir from power, how about we end war? I will treat you like normal Sudanese citizens and gib yuo rights.
    • Kosovo-icon.png Kosovoball - Although I don't recognize it, we both have CAR-icon.pngSerbia-icon.png common enemies.
    • Palestine-icon.png Palestineball - I recognize it, but why did you steal my flag colors and design?

    Enemies

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