November 18, 2019

Sudan Brief – November 2019

Of the People, by the People, for the People Sudan’s New Government Heralds an Epoch of Change by Teresa Sfeir News The people of Sudan refused to back down this time. Months of unrelenting demonstrations led to the fall of decades-long President Omar al-Bashir from power this April. A transitional […]
May 23, 2014

Islam in the Dock

By Martin Accad Last week, on May 17, my colleague Arthur Brown blogged a compiled interview made up of the voices of three Muslim clerics, gauging their responses to the kidnapping of over 200 young Nigerian girls by radical group Boko Haram. The three sheikhs argued that the actions of […]
July 4, 2013

The Outlook for the Church in Sudan

*By Wissam al-Saliby The North African region of Sudan—governed by British and Egyptian authorities until 1956—has long been a hotbed for Muslim-Christian tensions. Embroiled in a conflict that spans two civil wars, it is comprised of a predominately Muslim Arab North Sudan and a predominantly Christian South Sudan. On July […]