Pastors Arrested And Churches Set For Demolition As Persecution Increases In Sudan
October 13, 2016
Six Christians were jailed in Sudan last week for refusing to hand over church property to the government, persecution charity Open Doors reports. The three pastors and three church members were arrested and briefly detained on 6 October in the town of Wad Medani when they refused to hand over a school run by their evangelical church.
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