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 offers a thorough report that a government-led crackdown is prompting Christians to flee south into the Nuba Mountains, a region that borders the newly established nation of South Sudan. Morning Star News reports that ethnic Nuba Christians believe Sudan’s central government is attempting to eradicate Christianity from the region.
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