Sudan Accused of Persecuting Christians
There has been an increase in Christian arrests and prosecutions since the predominantly Christian South Sudanese populace seceded.
Nuba Reports, 30 May 2017
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The targeting of churches and Christians ratcheted up after South Sudan gained independence in 2011. Once the predominantly Christian South Sudanese populace seceded, those Christians remaining within the country had less institutional support and protection against state authorities, according to Nuba Reports.