Hundreds of thousands of Southern Sudanese Christians are "effectively being forced to leave" Sudan within three weeks having been stripped of their citizenship, a Christian aid workers confirmed Wednesday, March 21.
Barnabas Fund, a Christian advocacy and aid group, told BosNewsLife that
as many as 700,000 people originating from neighboring South Sudan, are
effected by the ultimatum.
"They have until 8 April either to leave the strongly Islamic" Sudan "or
to be treated as foreigners under a regime that is extremely hostile to
non-Muslims and non-Arabs," the group said in a statement.
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