In Sudan 2 Pastors face possible death penalty for preaching the gospel. The law needs to be clarified. McDonnell continued by saying that this incident is even more proof that the Khartoum government is targeting Christians and restricting religious liberty to minorities. The fine levied on the Christian woman for immoral dress is not the only judicial grievance Sudanese Christians have had in the last week. Mustafa, who also face unwarranted charges, are a cause for great concern," Thomas stated. Peter Reith, could face the death penalty after a judge ruled in a court hearing Thursday that the case against the pastors is allowed to move forward.
And ever since the split of the country, the Islamic Republic of Sudan government under [President Omar] al-Bashir promised that they were going to get rid of Christianity in Sudan; that there was no place for it, that it was going to be a Shariah state," McDonnell said.
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