Sudan national anthem song

Hi, Im looking for information about the national anthem of Sudan.

Who wrote the Sudanese national anthem (lyrics and music)?

When was the national anthem of Sudan officially adopted?

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The National anthem of Sudan is “Nahnu Djundulla Djundulwatan” which means in English “We Are the Army of God and of Our Land”.
Sudan’s anthem lyrics were written by Sayed Ahmad Muhammad SALIH and the music was written by Ahmad MURJAN.
Adopted 1956; The Song Originally Served As The Anthem Of The Sudanese Military.
National anthem of Sudan free mp3 download
Press to download the mp3 file of Sudan’s National anthem – See link (file source: cia world factbook).
Listen to Sudan national anthem on Youtube
Sudanese anthem lyrics (English translation)
We are the army of God and of our land,
We shall never fail when called to sacrifice.
Whether braving death, hardship or pain,
We give our lives as the price of glory.
May this Our land, Sudan, live long, Showing all nations the way.
Sons of the Sudan, summoned now to serve,
Shoulder the task of preserving our country.
You can find more information about Sudanese anthem on Wikipedia – See link.
Sheet Music: View the Sudanese national anthem sheet music – See link.


Sudanese national symbol: secretary bird.

Sudan flag

Conventional short form country name: Sudan.
Conventional long form country name: Republic of the Sudan.
Local short form country name: As-Sudan.
Local long form country name: Jumhuriyat as-Sudan.
Former name of Sudan: Anglo-Egyptian Sudan.
Sudan Government Type: federal republic ruled by the National Congress Party (NCP), which seized power by military coup in 1989; the CPA-mandated Government of National Unity, which between 2005 and 2011 provided a percentage of leadership posts to the southern Sudan-based Sudan People’s Liberation Movement (SPLM), was disbanded following the secession of South Sudan.
Federal republic is a state in which the powers of the central government are restricted and in which the component parts (states, colonies, or provinces) retain a degree of self-government; ultimate sovereign power rests with the voters who chose their governmental representatives.ֲ