The Church is under attack in Sudan, and Christians are being arrested and brutally tortured to the brink of death for preaching the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
We recently told you about 12 Christian men who were rounded up in Sudan for publicly preaching in the predominantly Muslim nation.
Those innocent men were among 13 Christians that were reportedly arrested and subjected to brutal torture by the Sudanese authorities.
Thirteen Christians were reportedly tortured by authorities in Sudan, leaving one vomiting and bleeding in critical condition, before they were released on Monday.
The Christians that were tortured include the 12 that were arrested by the Sudan National Intelligence and Security Services in Darfur earlier in October, along with church leader Tajaldin Idriss Yousif.
Though they’ve since been released, all of the innocent Christian men are now in poor condition, and at least one is said to be in critical conditions as a result of this horrific abuse.
“All of them were said to be tortured by NISS and are in bad shape,” a source told the persecution monitoring group.
“One of them is said to be in critical condition owing to torture. He is said to have been vomiting and bleeding. He was rushed to a hospital, but he was not attended to by the physicians in that hospital,” the source added.
The Christians were originally handcuffed and arrested for interacting with Muslims in the predominantly Islamic region, International Christian Concern said.
“The arrests were done at Nyala market while the young men were interacting with Islam adherents, building rapport for witnessing, when Sudan’s security authorities surrounded them and led them to the police station, handcuffed,” said at the time ICC’s source, the Rev. Kuwa Shamal.
“Some of the arrested men are disciples that I baptized in 2015 when they left Islam and converted to Christianity. The detainees have been doing a recommendable work of sharing the Good News in Darfur, and we pray for their immediate and unconditional release,” Kuwa added.
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