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Pastors in Sudan to be tried for Evangelism

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By Joseph DeCaro, Worthy News Correspondent

KHARTOUM (Worthy News)-- Pastors Yat Michael and Peter Reith have been transferred to prison from their detention in Khartoum after they were apprehended by Sudan's National Intelligence and Security Services, according to Barnabas Aid.

Both pastors will be taken from prison to court where they will face charges for evangelizing Muslims.

Pastor Michael was arrested in December after preaching at a church in Khartoum; inquiring about the whereabouts of his fellow pastor, Reith was arrested in January after delivering a letter to the Religious Affairs Office in Khartoum.

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