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Drima

Drima is a freedom-loving, Afro-Arab Sudanese Muslim. When he's not busy studying or pursuing other endeavors, he makes his own music and blogs at The Sudanese Thinker. He's currently writing a book about liberalism and new media.
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Sudan Not Afraid of the ICC

Monday, July 14th, 2008 - by Drima

When it comes to Darfur, the International Criminal Court is following in the ridiculously ineffective footsteps of the United Nations.

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If Sudanese Could Vote in the US Elections, Who Would They Vote For?

Tuesday, April 8th, 2008 - by Drima

Obama looks best, with McCain following closely behind and Clinton — still scarred by her husband's disastrous Sudan policy — a distant third.

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The Teddy Bear that Embarrassed Sudan

Saturday, December 8th, 2007 - by Drima

PJM Khartoum: Most Sudanese did not take to the streets demanding death for the British teacher convicted of insulting Islam for allowing her students to name a teddy bear Muhammad. Drima, AKA The Sudanese Thinker, bemoans the fact that the case - and the rioting Islamist demonstrators - succeeded in making his country look ridiculous.

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Sudan’s Deadly New Crisis

Tuesday, October 30th, 2007 - by Drima

PJM Khartoum: War clouds are once again growing over the troubled Sudan, writes Drima, AKA The Sudanese Thinker, as the latest peace effort teeters on the brink of collapse.

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Wild Parties in Sudan

Friday, August 31st, 2007 - by Drima

PJM Khartoum: What goes on behind closed doors (and contrary to Islamic law) in the Sudanese capital? Drug and alcohol-fueled dance parties for one thing. "The Sudanese diaspora, slowly returning to their homeland, is bringing along with it tons of money, and a lifestyle foreign to Sudanese culture," writes PJM correspondent Drima, of The Sudanese Thinker.

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