South Sudan Muslims and Independence

These photos just received from Larco Lomayatdit, Juba, South Sudan, Thursday, January 8 to his readers (H/T Faith McDonnell Director, Religious Liberty Programs and Church Alliance for a New Sudan, The Institute on Religion and Democracy):

Dear all

Greetings from Juba, Capital of the Republic of South Sudan,

With few hours left for Freedom day, Muslims in South Sudan said the will all vote for Separation, because Separation is the only way for Freedom of all the people of South Sudan, they also said they are raising their right hands to remind all the Muslims in South Sudan to choose one hand when voting, because two hand are symbols of Slavery, but one hand is a symbol of Freedom.

One Hand is the Symbol of Freedom

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