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Sudanese Islamists Violate Human Rights With Christian Purge

Radical Islamists have fully seized the reins in Sudan with the government giving Christian citizens until April 8 th to flee the country. To remain means to face likely death, as the rule of law is abused to violate human rights by religious bigots. This ultimatum affects more than a half million...

Sudan Threatens Religious War Against South Sudan

Sudan's Pro-Islamist President Omer Al-Bashir is orchestrating acts of violence as a means to intimidate the South Sudanese government. Given that Southern Sudanese are primarily Christian and animist, it is unsurprising that Al-Bashir is pushing Sudan's Muslims into a "holy" war...

Anti-regime protests sweep Sudan's capital

CAIRO (AP) - Riot police fired tear gas and civilians armed with machetes and swords attacked protesters during five days of demonstrations sweeping Khartoum demanding ouster of Sudan's autocratic ruler, a Sudanese opposition leader said Thursday. Saata Ahmed al-Haj, head of the opposition Sudanese...

Sudan blocks UN force from investigating deaths

CAIRO (AP) - The international peacekeeping force in Sudan's Darfur region said Saturday that its forces were blocked by the military from reaching the destination of an alleged attack that killed 10 people. The hybrid U.N. and African Union peacekeeping force, UNAMID, said in a statement that...