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» من نحنوا القرعان
الجمعة مارس 09, 2012 5:33 pm من طرف احمد القرعانى

» من هم القرعان
الخميس ديسمبر 30, 2010 3:10 am من طرف عمر القرعاني

» قصة////////////////////////
الأربعاء ديسمبر 22, 2010 3:16 pm من طرف abubakrmohammad

» hellow for everybody and welcome
الثلاثاء ديسمبر 21, 2010 9:29 pm من طرف قرعاني سالمي

» اسرع الطرق وافضلها لتعلم اللغة الانجليزية... ادخل لا يفوتك الموضوع!!!
السبت أكتوبر 09, 2010 9:56 pm من طرف قرعاني سالمي

» معنى اللبرالية...الديمقراطية......الخ
السبت مايو 15, 2010 6:19 pm من طرف قرعانيه صح

» كلمات تلقيك في النار دون ان تعلم عظمتها...
الخميس مايو 13, 2010 5:40 am من طرف ودالقـرعان

» اليوم الثاني للاقتراع في السودان
الأربعاء مايو 12, 2010 8:14 pm من طرف قرعانيه صح

» اقتراح لكل القرعان واصدقائهم
الجمعة مايو 07, 2010 9:06 pm من طرف قرعانيه صح

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    فارولينا وتشاد الجديد

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    abubakrmohammad
    المدير العام
    المدير العام

    عدد الرسائل : 33
    العمر : 42
    النسب : قرعاني
    تاريخ التسجيل : 15/04/2008

    فارولينا وتشاد الجديد

    مُساهمة من طرف abubakrmohammad في الأحد أبريل 20, 2008 2:42 pm

    The organization was born as the result of a political union between the leftist Chadian National Union (UNT), led by Ibrahim Abatcha, and the General Union of the Children of Chad (Union Générale des Fils du Tchad or UGFT) which was led by Ahmed Hassan Musa. Musa was close to the Muslim Brotherhood and was an Islamist. The UGFT remained autonomous within the new group under the banner of the Liberation Front of Chad (FLT). The union was agreed at the Nyala Congress, in Sudan, between June 19June 22 of 1966. The group's flag was approved at the same congress. and
    Secretary-general was proclaimed Abatcha, while another cadre of the
    UNT, Abou Bakar Djalabou, was designed to lead the delegation that was
    to represent the movement abroad. A committee was also selected at the
    congress, composed of thirty members taken equally from the UNT and the
    FLT. The front was composed exclusively by Muslim northerners, and
    there was to be no attempt to create a link with the Southern
    expatriates in the Central African Republic.[1]

    The movement's official program, also approved at the Nyala congress, proclaimed the rejection of secession, confessional politics and ethnic discrimination, and that neocolonialism should be fought in order to "regain the total national independence of our fatherland". A coalition government, national and democratic, was to be formed, and all political prisoners freed. All foreign troops were to leave, and support was to be given to national liberation movements, and a foreign policy of positive neutrality[2]
    searched. Quite vague were the economic objectives: wages would be
    raised, arbitrary taxes abolished and the land given to the tillers. In
    conclusion, "the document was so vague and so general it could have
    been written for any country under the sun."

    While the FROLINAT was originally composed of few members, it could
    count on the fact that the Chadian state was already in disarray; the
    southern-dominated government despised and bypassed the Muslim
    traditional leaders, and already in 1963Chadian Armed Forces
    and in the local administration was kept by non-Muslim Southerners. To
    cite Sam Nolutschungu, "everyone knew that the regime was corrupt,
    cruel, arbitrary, and absurd."[3]
    the most important Northern politicians had been arrested, and all important positions in the
    This miscontent generated already in November 1965 the bloody Mangalmé riots, that gave way to a number of loosely knitted peasant revolts in central and eastern Chad, that from Mangalmé and nearby Batha Prefecture, rapidly spread to Ouaddaï and Salamat prefectures, where in February 1967 the prefect and his deputy were killed. In northern Chad, in the BET Prefecture, also in 1965 unrest had started expanding. So Abatcha, when with seven North Korean trained companions, penetrated in Eastern Chad in November 1966, could count on a territory that was already in full revolt.[4]
    Musa and the most conservative elements of the FLT pulled out of the
    FROLINAT already at the end on 1966, but a dualism was always to remain
    between the socialist, anti-imperialist, even Pan-African
    UNT element and more the conservative and regionalist UGFT tradition.
    Another element of division consisted in the dualism between the two
    originary areas of the rebellion, that is Kanem and the East: the first region mainly attracting support from Chadians living in Egypt and the Central African Republic, the second mainly from Sudan.[5]

    With the forces of both groups combined began in the same year to
    operate in the mid-east of the country, under the direct command of
    Abatcha. Shortly after, in March 1968, a lieutenant of Abatcha, Mohammed Taher, instigated a mutiny by the DazaToubou of the Nomad and National Guard (GNN) of Aozou, that was evacuated by the national army in September. Taher had already recruited militants among the TedaBorkou, and shortly after the Aozou mutiny obtained the support of Goukouni Oueddei, an influential figure among the Teda of the Tibesti and son of the derde of the Toubou, Oueddei Kichidemi.
    This extended the insurgency to the north and Toubou nomads, adding a
    new element of complexity to the rebellion and bringing in the support
    to the movement of the Chadians living in Libya, and especially the students of the Islamic University of al-Bayda.[6]
    Quoted from international information Libarary

    احمد القرعانى
    قرعاني
    قرعاني

    عدد الرسائل : 10
    العمر : 47
    النسب : قرعانى شريف عربى مصرى
    تاريخ التسجيل : 13/05/2008

    رد: فارولينا وتشاد الجديد

    مُساهمة من طرف احمد القرعانى في الثلاثاء مايو 13, 2008 3:31 pm

    ومالة العربى يا عم ابوبكر
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    abubakrmohammad
    المدير العام
    المدير العام

    عدد الرسائل : 33
    العمر : 42
    النسب : قرعاني
    تاريخ التسجيل : 15/04/2008

    رد: فارولينا وتشاد الجديد

    مُساهمة من طرف abubakrmohammad في الأربعاء مايو 21, 2008 9:30 pm

    well Mr Ahmad I quoted this topic from Internet as I mentioned so should be in the original language and we trying these days to devolp program that can translate english to goran language written in arabic letters
    if allah wills no English - No Arabic any more we are trying our best just pray for us to succeed

    احمد القرعانى
    قرعاني
    قرعاني

    عدد الرسائل : 10
    العمر : 47
    النسب : قرعانى شريف عربى مصرى
    تاريخ التسجيل : 13/05/2008

    رد: فارولينا وتشاد الجديد

    مُساهمة من طرف احمد القرعانى في الجمعة مايو 23, 2008 6:34 pm

    thank you gorani abubkr i hope you will do your best

    يوسف خميس
    اصدقاء القرعان
    اصدقاء القرعان

    عدد الرسائل : 4
    العمر : 46
    النسب : قرعانى
    تاريخ التسجيل : 12/05/2008

    رد: فارولينا وتشاد الجديد

    مُساهمة من طرف يوسف خميس في الأحد مايو 25, 2008 2:13 pm

    dear abubaker

    Thank you very much for your efforts for the above subject , which I am quite sure will add a value for our tribe and new gained skills will improve the communication of our clubhouse

    additional to above, it was a great opportunity for me as a new joiner , to interact with my brothers participated to strength our relation . I just would like to express my interest and enjoyment and exchange our views and ideas
    At last, I am seeking every goranain participated to keep a close contact and share our knowledge for continues success.

    BR

    yousif khamees

      الوقت/التاريخ الآن هو الجمعة نوفمبر 24, 2017 8:28 pm