Worship Structures in Sudan Burned, Christians Threatened
Muslim extremists in Sudan who have burned down a churchâ€™s worship structure five times threatened to kill congregation members if they put up another tent and continue worshipping, sources said.
Police this month arrested nine of the 14 radical Muslims who burned down the temporary worship structures of the Sudanese Church of Christ (SCOC) in the Dar El-Salam area of Omdurman, across the Nile River from Khartoum, said the attorney representing the Christians, Shanbago Awad Mugadam.
Saying they didnâ€™t want a Christian presence in the area, the extremists have burned down the structures on Jan. 19, 2019, and this year on Jan. 4, Jan. 19, Jan. 28, and Aug. 7, Mugadam and a Christian rights advocate told Morning Star News. The church decided to report the attacks to police after the Aug. 7 arson in spite of the threats. When police refused to file a case, the church hired the attorney whose court...
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