Organizations Using the Internet
Modified 24 April 2009
- Sudan Alliance Forces — One of the sides in Sudan: http://www.safsudan.com/
- Umma Party — Another side in Sudan.
- National Democratic Alliance — Supporting anti-government forces and the people in the south, runs an anti-government shortwave radio station.
- Sudanese People's Liberation Army — a.k.a. Sudan People's Liberation Movement — As per an article in the New York Times (29 Nov 1999, pp A1,A10) this is the organization supported by the U.S. government, although that support is somewhat controversial. http://www.newsudan.org/
- Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) — http://www.dup-sudan.com/mainframe.html
- Southern Sudan — A mix of Christian and animist people at war for years now with the Khartoum government. http://www.wavefront.com/~homelands/sudan/sudan.html
- Radio Voice of Hope — broadcasting every Saturday to southern Sudan via a Radio Netherlands relay station on Madagascar, on the side of the Christian people in the south: http://www.radiovoiceofhope.net/
- Free Sudan Center / Sudan.CX — It's hard to tell from their web site, they seem to be against the Sudan National Islamist Front (see the comment about ``Hit the NIF where it hurts''), and I suppose that by "GOS" they mean "Government of Sudan". http://www.sudan.cx/
- Sudan National Radio Corporation — The national broadcaster — http://www.sudanradio.net/
- Sudan Page — A page blissfully unaware of the conditions there, it would seem. ``Hotels in Sudan''? ``Financial Centers''?? http://www.sudan.net/
- Check the list at: http://www.mathaba.net/www/sudan/index.shtml
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