“As support for President Bashir escalates [who is wanted by the International Criminal Court], especially in the North, the church faces one of the worst threats to its existence in the recent past. Today, it struggles simply to survive.”
“Survive”…the best any non-Muslim person or entity can ever hope for in Dar al-Islam, or, as interpreted by Western dhimmis, the “abode of peace.”
“Sudan: Support for President leads to attacks on churches,” from Compass Direct News, April 8:
Militia destroys church building in the Nuba Mountains
NAIROBI, Kenya, April 8 (Compass Direct News) “” Support for Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashir in the wake of an International Criminal Court (ICC) warrant is fast turning into orchestrated attacks on Christians. A thatched-grass building in the Nuba Mountains village of Chat, used by the Evangelical Presbyterian Church and the Sudanese Church of Christ, is one of the latest targets of such attacks.
The building was destroyed by fire on March 27 by a suspected government militia. Pro-Bashir mobs have attacked those they believe support the ICC”s determination to prosecute Bashir for atrocities in the Darfur region.
As support for President Bashir escalates, especially in the North, the church faces one of the worst threats to its existence in the recent past. Today, it struggles simply to survive.