Islam and Muslims in South Sudan

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Capital: Juba
Population: 10.2 million (July 2018 est.)
Muslims Percent: 6.2% (approx. 600,000)

Introduction to South Sudan

The Sudan Handbook, Edited by John Ryle, Justin Willis, Suliman Baldo and Jok Madut Jok, 2011 [PDF]

02/07/2019 Sudanese refugees in South Sudan yearning for home - Al Jazeera
14/06/2019 South Sudan: Record number of people face severe hunger - Al Jazeera
13/06/2018 South Sudanese President Salva Kiir orders return of Muslim properties - Sudan Tribune
21/03/2018 South Sudan Muslims demand representation in government - Radio Tamazuj
03/01/2018 South Sudan archivists fear loss of historical texts - Al Jazeera
19/12/2017 The link between polygamy and war - The Economist
01/09/2011 Muslims mark first “Eid el-Fitr” in independent South Sudan - The Niles
30/01/2011 Nearly all southern Sudanese voted for secession - The Guardian
11/01/2011 The Muslims of Juba - France 24 / YouTube
10/01/2011 Some north Sudanese flee south - Al Jazeera
07/01/2011 Thousands flock to south Sudan - Al Jazeera
04/01/2011 The path to development, developmental challenges facing Sudan after the referendum - Al Jazeera


Religion in South Sudan - Wikipedia

History of South Sudan - Wikipedia

South Sudan News - Al Jazeera


Islam and Muslims in Sudan


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