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Meriam Ibrahim’s Family Filed Appeal With Sudanese Supreme Court

Meriam Ibrahim’s Family Filed Appeal With Sudanese Supreme Court

A British-based human rights group is reporting that Meriam Ibrahim’s alleged family has filed an appeal with the Sudanese Supreme Court, challenging the Court of Appeal decision to quash her death sentence for apostasy and 100 lashes for adultery.

5,000 Christians Brought to Safety in South Sudan

5,000 Christians Brought to Safety in South Sudan

The Barnabas Fund is on a mission to rescue 3,500 Christians from persecution in Sudan. Their Exodus mission started last year. Since then, Barnabas has airlifted and bussed 5,000 Christians to safety in South Sudan.

Sudan – An Islamic State in the Making

Sudan – An Islamic State in the Making

Sudan is quietly slipping toward becoming an Islamist state. Sudan’s President Omar Hassan al-Bashir has said he wants to adopt a “100 percent” Islamic constitution now that the South has split off.

South Sudan Initiates National Reconciliation

South Sudan Initiates National Reconciliation

South Sudan’s Vice President Riek Machar met this week with civil society groups to discuss a national reconciliation project, aimed at healing the wounds left by years of war and unrest in South Sudanese communities.“The war has created barriers among our people… The war has created trauma to all of us,” said Machar, who has been at the forefront of reconciliation efforts in South Sudan.

Nuba Christians Bombed in Sudan

Nuba Christians Bombed in Sudan

By Jeremy Reynalds, ANS, Dec. 31, 2012: Juba, South Sudan – Non-Arab Christians in Sudan’s Nuba Mountains said they feel forgotten after Sudanese air forces killed at least 11 of the faithful in bombings before and after Christmas, according to area sources. Some of the thousands of Nuba Mountain civilians who have taken refuge from government bombing in […]

Airlift for 2,000 Christians Trapped in Sudan

Airlift for 2,000 Christians Trapped in Sudan

The Christian human rights group ‘Barnabas Aid’ followed through on their plans to airlift 2,000 Sudanese from Khartoum in Sudan to Juba, the capital of the recently formed South Sudan. Pray for the continued success of the humanitarian effort to rescue these Christian Sudanese who are stranded in a predominantly Muslim country. In the early 1990s, official […]