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Last seen on: –Eugene Sheffer – King Feature Syndicate Crossword – Aug 6 2019
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-Eugene Sheffer – King Feature Syndicate Crossword – Dec 5 2017


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The Sara people, also called Kirdi, are an African ethnic group found in southern Chad, northwestern Central African Republic and southern border of Sudan. With origins in the Nile valley (Nilotic), they speak the Sara languages, which belong to the Nilo-Saharan family. They are the largest ethnic group in Chad.

During the medieval and colonial era, the Sara people were victims of repeated slave raids by the Fulani and Arab ethnic groups, which has been one of the roots of the historic animosity between them. Many Sara people have retained their Animist faith, but some have converted to Christianity or Islam.

The Sara (kameeni), descendants of the Sao, are the largest ethnic group in Chad. Located in the south, especially in the Moyen-Chari, Logone Oriental, Logone Occidental, and parts of the Tandjile regions, they are Nilotic people (or from the Nile) who are believed to have migrated westwards to the Chad during the sixteenth century, as they sought refuge in the south against northern Muslim slave raiders. After their arrival, they continued to be the subject of violent slave raids by northern Fulani and Arabic people.

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