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Sudanese Christian, Muslim Unite for 'Ceasefire'

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Sudanese Christian, Muslim Unite for 'Ceasefire'

Sudanese Christian, Muslim Unite for 'Ceasefire'

Sudanese Christian, Muslim Unite for 'Ceasefire'

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For decades, Sudan's civil war has pitted the country's Muslim north against its Christian and animist south. Today, despite the crisis in Darfur, a ceasefire is holding in the larger Sudanese conflict.

Ceasefire is also a new musical collaboration between a young Christian rapper and an elderly Muslim singer and bandleader, both from Sudan: Emmanuel Jal and Abdel Gadir Salim. Banning Eyre has this review.

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