Wednesday, April 23rd, 2014

All posts tagged Sudan

Pray for persecuted Christians in Sudan

(Prayer information via OpenDoors) Sudan is a poverty-stricken Muslim country that lost many of its Christians to South Sudan when it became independent in 2011. The regime’s leaders…

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Sudan accused of helping Muslim businessman seize property from church

By Morning Star News After months of bulldozing or taking over church buildings on the pretext that they belong to South Sudanese who are no longer citizens of…

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Exodus campaign to rescue further 3,400 Christians from Sudan

Barnabas Fund Barnabas Fund is expanding its Exodus campaign to rescue another 3,400 Christians from Sudan. The country has become increasingly hostile to Southern Sudanese, who are largely…

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Sudan tracking down converts from Islam in purge of Christianity

 Morning Star News JUBA, South Sudan – A Sudanese Christian has fled the country after authorities in Khartoum threatened to kill him for refusing to divulge names of…

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Christians targeted in Sudan

Christianity Today Sudan has stepped up its arrests and deportations of Christians, with interrogation including threats to bury them alive, sources said. According to a story by Morning…

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Thousands of trapped Christians rescued in Sudan

KHARTOUM, SUDAN – Some 1,500 Christians trapped in Sudan are on their way to neighboring South Sudan, as part of a massive rescue operation dubbed ‘Exodus’, an aid…

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Christian crackdown moves Sudan closer to ’100 percent’ Muslim

By Melissa Steffan Sudan’s president has pledged to preserve religious freedom in his proposed “100-percent’ Islamic constitution, but Christians doubt the prospect in light of increasing persecution. Reuters…

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Sudan detains dozens of Christians

KHARTOUM, SUDAN – Dozens of Sudanese Christians were thought to be trapped in a Sudanese prison as violence raged in renewed fighting between two Arab tribes, killing scores…

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