Franklin Graham and Russell Moore urge Trump to tackle Christian persecution in Sudan

June 5, 2017

Leading evangelical groups in America are urging the US Secretary of State to stand against Christian persecution in Sudan. In a letter signed by Franklin Graham's Samaritan's Purse and Russell Moore's Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission, Rex Tillerson was told Sudan's 'discriminatory laws restrict the freedoms of minority groups and deprives them of their constitutional rights'.

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