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Abeed (Arabic: عبد‎, plural Abīd عبيد or al-Abīd العبيد), is a derogatory term in Arabic meaning “slave”. The name has been explained as an allusion to the submission that Muslims owe to God (Allah). Meyer dismisses this as “efforts by propagandists [to] explain the term away [that are] at the least, disingenuous”.[1]


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There have been instances of Northern Sudanese using the terms “Abid” or “Abeed” to refer to Southern Sudanese (mostly Dinka and Nuer). In Sudan they’re considered the “Slave tribe” because of the Trans-Saharan slave trade. This usage is considered derogatory and has fallen into relative disuse over the years. Southern Sudanese in turn refer to Northerners as “Mundukuru” and “Minga”.[further explanation needed][2][3] According to Professor Mahmoud Mamdani however, conflicts in Sudan are not compatible with western pre-conceptions of “race”.[4]

Francis Deng described the north-south division imposed by the British on Anglo-Egyptian Sudan as the British saying to the Northerners: “You Northerners are slave traders and you treat the Southerners like Abeed. Don’t call them Abeed! They are slaves no longer.”[5]

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