Sudan: Pastors Can be Charged with Crimes Punishable by Death

July 6, 2015

(Worthy News) – A judge in Sudan ruled yesterday that there was enough evidence to charge two South Sudanese pastors with crimes that carry the death penalty. According to Morning Star News, Reverends Yat Michael and Peter Yein Reith were arrested by the state in response to their support of a Khartoum church whose property was the object of a government-assisted take-over.

 

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