Sudanese Arabic is a different language that standard Arabic, with millions of native speakers, it must have your own Wikipedia as masry.
Arguments in favour
Support SUpport, where is the native speaker? Azmi1995 02:56, 22 September 2008 (UTC)[reply]
Support Support. I'm Egyptian & I support Sudanese Wikipedia.
SupportSupport --Chabi 13:09, 15 September 2009 (UTC)[reply]
Without identifiable people supporting this proposal, this proposal will be rejected. Thanks, GerardM 16:09, 20 September 2008 (UTC)[reply]
It has ~20 mil. people, but NOBODY seems to be interested. Reason: most people there don't have a computer, let alone internet access. This makes the difference between for example Westphalian, Alabama and Sudanese. Though Westphalian (no estimation available, might have the famous language/dialect discussion) and Alabama (~100) have little speakers or they're unsure, those people mostly have a computer and quite often with internet connection. According to the Grote Bosatlas, the civil rights are low, the judgement system is bad, it's economically a weak country, only 20-50% of the population can read/write, the food supply is less than 9500 kJ per inhabitant per day, a doctor has 5000+ people to tace care of and there are only 25-50 telephone connections per inhabitant (information 2004) It isn't really realistic that a large number of people (of which only few are interested/capable in sharing knowledge) have a computer or even internet access. --OosWesThoesBes 08:10, 21 September 2008 (UTC)[reply]
As per above. --Jose77 21:54, 23 September 2008 (UTC)[reply]