Tag Archives: Sudan

Don’t Miss List: Olympics, Sudan, Russia and Incredible Iceland video

HRW Talks about the Olympics Refugee Team The Rio Olympics are just days away and I just found out there is a team of refugees competing together. Their presence will highlight the massive and ongoing world refugee crisis. Human Rights … Continue reading

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Persecution Update: Two Pastors Face Prosecution in Sudan

Sudan remains one of the most difficult places in the world to be a Christian. Once again, two pastors face prosecution there on false charges.

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Persecution Updates From CAR, Pakistan and Sudan (Good News too!)

I’ve been remiss in sharing my articles for WORLD the past few weeks. This week I got to write a rare good news story about prisoners of the faith being freed.

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Two Pastors on Trial in Sudan

This week I wrote about the two Presbyterian pastors imprisoned in Sudan and now on trial for their very lives.

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A Meriam Ibrahim Update

Meriam Ibrahim obtained her freedom and left Sudan, but the attorneys who worked on her case are being told they cannot leave the country. Here’s my latest article for WORLD:

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Christian in Sudan Sentenced to Death for “Apostasy”

This week WORLD published my article about Meriam Yahia Ibrahim, a young and pregnant, Christian, Sudanese woman who was arrested for apostasy and sentenced last week. 

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