Sudan Court Fines Christian Woman

July 14, 2015

(Worthy News) – A Sudanese court fined a Christian woman last week for wearing what it ruled was an "indecent dress." According to the Sudan Tribune, the female defendant was convicted of indecent and immoral acts under Article 152 of Sudan's penal code and ordered to pay a fine, or face one month of imprisonment. The defendant was one of a dozen Christian women detained by Sudanese police for wearing "immoral" attire as they left the El Izba Baptist Church in Khartoum.

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