(according to Johann Ludwig Burckhardt, the Bedouins of the eastern desert of Sudan, such as the Ja'alin are almost indistinguishable from the Bedouins of eastern Arabia While most Sudanese Arabs speak some form of Sudanese Arabic, some other Arab tribes speak different Arabic dialects like the Awadia and Fadnia tribes and Bani Arak tribes who speak Najdi Arabic and the Bani Hassan, Al-Ashraf and Rashaida who speak Hejazi Arabic.In addition, Western province tribes like the Baggara and Darfurians) speak Chadian Arabic, although they have great variation in cultural and genealogy aspects.The first pillar, the shahadah or profession of faith is the affirmation "There is no god but God (Allah) and Muhammad is his prophet." It is the first step in becoming a Muslim and a significant part of prayer.The second obligation is prayer at five specified times of the day. The fourth requires fasting during daylight hours in the month of Ramadan.Conformity to the second requirement is more variable.Many males in the cities and larger towns manage to pray five times a day: at dawn, noon, midafternoon, sundown, and evening.
Mr Tatford said: 'The victim grabbed the passenger's arm and tried to use him as a human shield against the defendant.'He described the female as 'shaking like a leaf and with tears in her eyes'.'He said she looked like she'd been dragged through a hedge backwards - little did he know that's pretty much what had happened.'He said the defendant appeared calm - or 'a bit too calm really'.'When he realised the witness was about to call the police Koubar jumped on a train seconds before the doors closed.
After promising they would catch another bus to the venue, they got off the train at West Dulwich Station where the attack began.