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As politicians wrangle ahead of an early December deadline over the still-disputed status of the oil-rich region of Abyei, straddling the border of Sudan and South Sudan, local church leaders appeal for help in the face of a potential humanitarian ....
Authorities in Khartoum demolished two church buildings last week, days after confiscating three Catholic schools, sources told Compass.   Officials from the Ministry of Planning and Housing of the local government authority on June 18 sent ....
Security agents in Sudan’s South Darfur state have closed down the Nyala offices of the Sudan Council of Churches (SCC) and relief group Sudan Aid, sources said. Agents from the Sudanese National Intelligence and Security Service (NISS) arrived at ....
Christians faced increased hostilities in Sudan over the past few weeks, culminating in an attack on a Christian compound in Khartoum by a throng of Muslim extremists armed with clubs, iron rods, a bulldozer and fire.   Breaking down the ....
As tensions between Sudan and South Sudan turn into military combat on the border, predominantly Christian citizens of southern origin trapped in Sudan fear the Islamic government and Muslims in general will turn on them, sources told Compass. ....
Christians from South Sudan who have until Easter Sunday (April 8) to try to become citizens of Sudan or be deported fear authorities will use the occasion to rid the country of Christianity, church leaders said. More than 500,000 citizens of ....
After Khartoum denied that it had bombed civilians earlier this month, Sudanese aerial strikes last week were aimed at church buildings and schools in Kauda, South Kordofan state, a humanitarian aid worker said. Antonov airplanes dropped bombs on ....
The “ethnic cleansing” that Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir has undertaken against black Africans in the Nuba Mountains is also aimed at ridding the area of Christianity, according to humanitarian workers. By targeting Christians among people who ....
Two Catholic priests abducted at gunpoint in Rabak, Sudan last month have been released amid a wave of forcible conscriptions into rebel southern militias. Their captors – South Sudanese militiamen loyal to (north) Sudan’s Islamic government – ....
Two Catholic Priests Kidnapped in Sudan    Published in 2012
South Sudanese militia loyal to Sudan's Islamic government have kidnapped two Catholic priests in Rabak, Christian sources said. A large truck smashed through the gates of the St. Josephine Bakhita’s Catholic Church compound in Rabak, 260 ....
Police Beat, Arrest Evangelist in Sudan    Published in 2012
Police this week beat and arrested a church leader in Khartoum, sources told Compass.   Evangelist James Kat of the Evangelical Church of Sudan was arrested on Tuesday morning (Jan. 17), with officers beating him as they took him to a North ....
Sudan’s Ministry of Guidance and Religious Endowments has threatened to arrest church leaders if they carry out evangelistic activities and do not comply with an order for churches to provide their names and contact information, Christian sources ....
Emboldened by government calls for a Sudan based on Islamic law since the secession of South Sudan, Muslims long opposed to a church near Khartoum have attacked Christians trying to finish constructing their building, sources said. The Sudanese ....
Local authorities have threatened to demolish three church buildings in Omdurman as part of a long-standing bid to rid Sudan of Christianity, Christian sources told Compass. Officials from the Ministry of Physical Planning and Public ....
Failure by the Sudanese Armed Forces (SAF) and allied Islamic militia to distinguish between combatants and civilians in territorial battles in South Kordofan state is due in part to a desire to rid the area of Christianity, local Christians say. A ....
A Roman Catholic priest of Kadugli parish in Sudan’s embattled South Kordofan is in hiding after being detained three times in the past three months. Authorities tortured the Rev. Abraham Lual on two of those occasions with accusations that as a ....
Muslim extremists have sent text messages to at least 10 church leaders in Khartoum saying they are planning to target Christian leaders, buildings and institutions, Christian sources in Khartoum said. “We want this country to be purely an Islamic ....
More than seven months after Muslim extremists burned its church building, a Presbyterian Church of the Sudan (PCOS) congregation is still afraid to meet for worship, according to Christian sources. The Rev. Maubark Hamad said his church in Wad ....
Hiba Abdelfadil Anglo, 16, has escaped from a gang of Muslims who kidnapped her last year, but it may be a long time before she recovers from the trauma. As she told Compass how the kidnappers beat, raped and tried to force her to convert from ....
Military intelligence agents killed one Christian, and Islamic militants sympathetic to the government slaughtered another last week after attacking churches in Sudan’s embattled South Kordofan state. Christian sources said a Sudan Armed Forces ....
Sudanese National Security Intelligence and Security Service agents have arrested a Christian woman in a Darfur camp for displaced people, accusing her of converting Muslims to Christianity, said sources who fear she is being tortured. At the same ....
A Christian widow in north Sudan is agonizing over the kidnapping of her daughter eight months ago by suspected Islamic extremists in Khartoum. “Since my daughter was kidnapped, I have been living in a state of fear and terror,” said Ikhlas Anglo, ....
Police in Sudan evicted the staff of a Presbyterian church from its events and office site in Khartoum earlier this month, aiding a Muslim businessman’s effort to seize the property.   Christians in Sudan’s capital city told Compass that ....
A Sudanese woman who fled to Egypt after converting from Islam to Christianity is living in secluded isolation as her angry family members try to track her down. Howida Ali’s Muslim brother and her ex-husband began searching for her in Cairo ....
Converts from Islam Struggle to Survive    Published in 2009
KHARTOUM, Sudan, April 13 (Compass Direct News) – When Halima Bubkier of Sinar town converted from Islam to Christianity last year, initially her husband accepted it without qualms. “After watching the ‘Jesus Film,’ I felt I needed a change in my ....
Converts from Islam Struggle to Survive    Published in 2009
When Halima Bubkier of Sinar town converted from Islam to Christianity last year, initially her husband accepted it without qualms. “After watching the ‘Jesus Film,’ I felt I needed a change in my hopeless and meaningless life,” the 35-year-old ....
NAIROBI, Kenya, April 8 (Compass Direct News) — Support for Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashir in the wake of an International Criminal Court (ICC) warrant is fast turning into orchestrated attacks on Christians.A thatched-grass building in ....
Support for Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashir in the wake of an International Criminal Court (ICC) warrant is fast turning into orchestrated attacks on Christians.A thatched-grass building in the Nuba Mountains village of Chat, used by the ....
ISTANBUL, October 3 (Compass Direct News) – A suicide bomber in military fatigues killed five young people at a church meeting last week in Sudan’s Upper Nile State, according to eyewitnesses. The man detonated a grenade on his belt after ....
Evangelists Killed in Nuba Mountains    Published in 2007
ISTANBUL, May 2 (Compass Direct News) – An Egyptian and three Sudanese Christians were killed last week when their truck came under gunfire after holding an evangelistic meeting in Sudan’s Nuba Mountains region.Egyptian Daniel Girgis, 37, and local ....
Police Deny New Year’s Church Attack    Published in 2007
All Saints Cathedral ISTANBUL, January 10 (Compass Direct News) – Sudanese police have denied attacking 800 Christians at a New Year’s Eve service at Khartoum’s Anglican cathedral and injuring six members of the congregation, the church priest said. ....
Rev. Elia Komondan May 23 (Compass Direct) – An Episcopal priest and five other people arrested in the Sudanese capital over the disappearance of a Muslim convert to Christianity were released last week after the missing woman reported herself to ....
Rev. Komondan May 17 (Compass Direct) – Missing for two months, a Muslim woman who reportedly wished to convert to Christianity surfaced yesterday in the Sudanese capital after her disappearance caused the arrest of an Episcopal priest, Christian ....
Church Damaged by Arson Attacks    Published in 2006
Partially-built Shatt Damam  churchMay 3 (Compass Direct) – Facing threats from a local Muslim militia leader, Christians in central Sudan have decided to leave their church half-built after it went up in flames the day after Christmas last ....
Christian Aid Worker Murdered    Published in 2005
Collin LeeNovember 9 (Compass) – A British aid worker died of bullet wounds to the chest and neck last weekend after his jeep was ambushed by gunmen in Sudan near the Ugandan border. Twenty militants attacked Collin Lee, his wife Hedwig Unrau Lee, ....
Lutheran Church Set on Fire    Published in 2005
November 1 (Compass) – Two weeks after a Lutheran church was torched by unknown arsonists in a Khartoum suburb, Sudan’s newly installed “government of national unity” still has not responded to church leaders requesting an investigation into the ....
March 24 (Compass) -- The Sudanese Arab company claiming ownership of a disputed church property in Khartoum moved into the building last week, ignoring a court injunction barring any alterations or use of the property before a judicial ruling on ....
Anglican Church headquarters in KhartoumFebruary 24 (Compass) -- Nine months after the Anglican Church headquarters in Khartoum was sold out from under church officials and confiscated at gun point, the Arab company now claiming ownership of the ....
May 24 (Compass) — Khartoum police forcibly evicted the Episcopal Church in Sudan (ECS) from its provincial headquarters in Khartoum last week, producing an Islamic court order declaring the property had been sold to a new owner. With armed riot ....
May 24 (Compass) -- Khartoum police forcibly evicted the Episcopal Church in Sudan (ECS) from its provincial headquarters in Khartoum on May 20, declaring that the property had been sold to a new owner. The building had served since 1993 as a ....
April 28 (Compass) — Sudan’s Islamic regime in Khartoum lashed and fined a young Christian Sudanese woman on April 14 for not wearing a headscarf in public in the capital city. Cecilia John Holland, 27, was traveling by minibus to her home in the ....
Cecilia Holland, 27April 28 (Compass) — Sudan’s Islamic regime in Khartoum lashed and fined a young Christian Sudanese woman in mid April for not wearing a headscarf in public in the capital city. Cecilia John Holland, 27, was given 40 lashes on her ....
March 18 (Compass) — Security forces in southern Sudan disrupted the construction of an Anglican church school in Renk on March 10 and arrested the diocesan building supervisor, keeping him in custody for four days. It was the second time in less ....
Churches Demolished at Refugee Camp    Published in 2003
(Compass) -- More than 10 Christian churches and a church-run vocational training center at the sprawling Wad el Bashier camp in West Omdurman, Sudan, have been demolished within the past two months. According to sources in Khartoum, authorities ....
Khartoum Threatens Southern Churches    Published in 2003
(Compass) — Sudan’s Khartoum regime presented a threatening memorandum in early August to Christian leaders in Juba after the southern Sudanese church leaders refused to back the government’s position on peace negotiations now underway in Kenya. The ....
Priest Released in Khartoum    Published in 2003
(Compass) -- Six weeks after a Sudanese court jailed an Episcopal priest for refusing to tear down his church, Rev. Samuel Dobai Amum was set free. Amum was sent to Soba Prison on April 7 for an “indefinite sentence” until he either demolished the ....
Episcopal Priest Jailed near Khartoum    Published in 2003
(Compass) — On April 7, a Sudanese court jailed an Episcopal priest “indefinitely” for refusing to demolish a church he had built himself 11 years ago on the outskirts of Khartoum North. Judge Kamal Abd-Rahaman Alli ordered the Rev. Samuel Dobai ....
(Compass) -- The Anglican Church is conducting missions to the front line of the civil war in southern Sudan. Robed clergy accompanied by armed guards minister to soldiers of Sudan People’s Liberation Army (SPLA), the primary military force opposing ....
Christian’s Hand Amputated For Theft    Published in 2002
(Compass) - On January 24, the government of Sudan amputated a Southern Sudanese Christian’s right hand for alleged theft, furthering evidence that the Islamist regime has begun enacting harsh Muslim punishments against both Christian and Muslim ....
Police Launch Manhunt To Find Christian    Published in 2002
(Compass) - Sudanese security police have mounted a widening manhunt to track down a local convert to Christianity who went into hiding during early February in Khartoum to escape arrest and possible death. Aladin Omer Agabni Mohammed, a former ....
(Compass) - A Sudanese convert to Christianity was forced into hiding this week after severe beatings and torture by state security police, who for the second time refused to allow the former Muslim to leave Sudan through the Khartoum airport.Church ....
(Compass) - The wife and children of a Presbyterian church elder escaped from Sudan, six months after the elder had fled southern Sudan for his life. Chaplain Soma Jackson, 34, confirmed from a refugee camp neighboring Sudan that his wife, Mary ....
 
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    Kidnapped Christian Girl: in Sudan Escapes, Traumatized, 2011, KHARTOUM, Sudan, Hiba Abdelfadil Anglo, 16, has escaped from a gang of Muslims who kidnapped her last year, but it may be a long time before she recovers from the trauma. As she told Compass how the kidnappers beat, raped and tried to force her to convert from.. Sudanese Military, Militias Kill Christians in South Kordofan, KHARTOUM, Sudan, June 17 Military intelligence agents killed one Christian, and Islamic militants sympathetic to the government slaughtered another last week after attacking churches in Sudan's embattled South Kordofan state. Christian sources said a Sudan Armed Forces .. Christian Woman in Darfur, Sudan Arrested for Evangelizing. KHARTOUM, Sudan, May 24 Sudanese National Security Intelligence and Security Service agents have arrested a Christian woman in a Darfur camp for displaced people, accusing her of converting Muslims to Christianity, said sources who fear she is being tortured
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    Islamists Suspected in Abduction of Christian Girl in Sudan, Published in 2011. NAIROBI, Kenya, February 22, A Christian widow in north Sudan is agonizing over the kidnapping of her daughter eight months ago by suspected Islamic extremists in Khartoum. "Since my daughter was kidnapped, I have been living in a state of fear and terror," said Ikhlas Anglo, .. Police in Sudan Aid Muslim's Effort to Take Over Church Plot, NAIROBI, Kenya, October 25 Police in Sudan evicted the staff of a Presbyterian church from its events and office site in Khartoum earlier this month, aiding a Muslim businessman's effort to seize the property. Muslim Relatives of Sudanese Christian Woman Pursue Her, Son, NAIROBI, Kenya, December 10 (World Watch Monitor) — A Sudanese woman who fled to Egypt after converting from Islam to Christianity is living in secluded isolation as her angry family members try to track her down. Howida Ali's Muslim brother and her ex-husband began searching for her in Cairo
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    Sudanese Authorities Close Christian Offices in South Darfur. Published in 2012. JUBA, South Sudan, May 14 Security agents in Sudan's South Darfur state have closed down the Nyala offices of the Sudan Council of Churches (SCC) and relief group Sudan Aid, sources said. Agents from the Sudanese National Intelligence and Security Service (NISS) arrived at .... Bible School, Church Buildings Attacked in Sudan. JUBA, South Sudan, April 26 Christians faced increased hostilities in Sudan over the past few weeks, culminating in an attack on a Christian compound in Khartoum by a throng of Muslim extremists armed with clubs, iron rods, a bulldozer and fire. Breaking down the .. South Sudanese Christians Trapped in Hostile North. JUBA, South Sudan, April 19 (World Watch Monitor, As tensions between Sudan and South Sudan turn into military combat on the border, predominantly Christian citizens of southern origin trapped in Sudan fear the Islamic government
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    Sudan --- Genesis 3:14. cursed are you (murderess: sharia), more than all the cattle, and, over all the wild animals (666 nazi Pharisee IMF), crawl on your belly (you will not see the presence of God: as, atheist) and eat dust (you will not have eternal life)! Sudan border dispute brings destitution to thousands Published in 2012 November 19 (World Watch Monitor) — As politicians wrangle ahead of an early December deadline over the still-disputed status of the oil-rich region of Abyei, straddling the border of Sudan and South Sudan, local church leaders appeal for help in the face of a potential humanitarian .... Sudanese Authorities Demolish Two Church Buildings Published in 2012 JUBA, South Sudan, June 28 (World Watch Monitor) — Authorities in Khartoum demolished two church buildings last week, days after confiscating three Catholic schools, sources told Compass. Officials from the Ministry of Planning and Housing of the local government authority on June 18
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    Sri Lanka -- Genesis 3:14. cursed are you (murderess: sharia), more than all the cattle, and, over all the wild animals (666 nazi Pharisee IMF), crawl on your belly (you will not see the presence of God: as, atheist) and eat dust (you will not have eternal life)! Rash of Attacks on Christians Reported in Sri Lanka. in 2009. COLOMBO, Sri Lanka, August 17 (World Watch Monitor) Attacks on Christians in Sri Lanka have surged noticeably in recent weeks, following the government's defeat of Tamil separatists in May. Attacks were reported in Puttlam, Gampaha and Kurunegala districts in western Sri Lanka, central .. Rash of Attacks on Christians Reported. Published in 2009. August 17 (World Watch Monitor) — COLOMBO, Sri Lanka, August 17 (Compass Direct News) -- Attacks on Christians in Sri Lanka have surged noticeably in recent weeks, following the government's defeat of Tamil separatists in May. Attacks were reported in Puttlam, Gampaha and Kurunegala
 
Police Torture Convert Student    Published in 2001
(Compass) - A Sudanese student who converted from Islam to Christianity was severely beaten and tortured by security police in Khartoum in mid September, apparently at his own family’s instigation. Mohammed Saeed Mohammed Omer, 26, confirmed to ....
(Compass) - Sudanese Christians who took the brunt of police brutality during the Khartoum government’s harsh handling of city-wide Easter celebrations this April are still recovering from their injuries. At least 105 Christians are known to have ....
(Compass) - On April 7, 2001, the Sudan government suddenly withdrew long-standing permission for five days of open-air meetings to be led April 10-14 by German evangelist Reinhard Bonnke in Green Square, Khartoum’s central park. The event had been ....
Khartoum’s Islam Tolerates No Rivals    Published in 2001
(Compass) - While civil war rages in the south, Christians who flee the fighting to refugee camps around Sudan’s capital city, Khartoum, find they have not been able to leave difficulty and oppression behind. Authorities can destroy churches or ....
Facing Persecution in Khartoum    Published in 2001
(Compass) - Every Friday, during the Muslim holy day, a special group meet in a house. The group consists of Muslims who have become Christians. It is one of a few in Khartoum and neighboring Omdurman that caters especially to people from other ....
Nuba Christians Under Fire    Published in 2001
(Compass) - \"The government is continuing to persecute the Nuba people, especially the intellectuals, many of whom are Christians,\" stated a church leader working in Khartoum. More than 10 Nuban teachers have disappeared from the Nuba capital