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Defining Moments in my Country's History

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Israa Ahmed

on 17 February 2014

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Transcript of Defining Moments in my Country's History

Anthem and Motto
: Naḥnu Jund Allah, Jund Al-waṭan - We are the Soldiers of God, the Soldiers of the Motherland.
: An Nasr li-na - Victory is ours.
Work Cited
Sudan's Independence
In Sudan, on January 1, 1956, in a special ceremony held at the People's Palace, the Egyptian and British flags were lowered and the new flag, made of blue, green and white stripes, was raised in their place by the prime minister Ismail al-Azhari and other leader Mohamed Ahmed al-Mahjoub.
It was a defining moment in my country's independence because finally became it's own country instead of being ruled by other countries. Every country wants to be independent.
Comprehensive Peace Agreement
In Sudan, on January 2005, the Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA) also known as the Navaisha Agreement was a set of agreements signed between the Sudan People's Liberation Movement (SPLM) and the Government of Sudan.
This was a defining moment in my country's history because these agreements that were signed ended the Second Sudanese Civil War, bringing the country to peace and safety.
This moment affected people's lives because the people had more freedom and they weren't controlled by other countries.
Defining Moments in my Country's History
Omdurman Battle
In 1885, on a plain near Omdurman on September 2, 1898, there was a battle between Britian and Sudan because the British wanted to re-conquer Sudan because they killed their British General.
It was a defining moment in the country's history because it was a victory. Sudan had defeated the British who came to conquer them. This event affected the people's lives because they must've felt more secure and protected after defeating the country.

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