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(Worthy News) - A human rights group is calling on the Sudanese government to investigate reports of torture and abuse of nine Christians, including a priest, it says were detained by state security forces and charged with apostasy.
The African Centre for Justice and Peace Studies says in a statement Tuesday that Sudan’s feared National Intelligence and Security Services detained the Christians on Oct. 13 in the Nyala, South Darfur region and forced those who had converted to revert to Islam.
It said Sudan’s constitution and international treaties it signed allow freedom of religion. [ Source: Washington Times (Read More...) ]
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