The civil war in Sudan is a product of the reactionary nature of the Islam
regime that has dominated this country since the fifties in one form or
another. The regime has been pursuing a programme of Arabisation since
around its inception. This includes, among other things, the imposition of
Sharia on the entire country. Only about half of the population is Arab and
Muslim. Based in the south the rebel movement there seeks the establishment
of an apparently more secular society free from Sharia and any arabisation.

The south has had autonomy in the past. It is clear that the Islam regime is
oppressive in its relationship with the south.

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