Struggling Sudan gets $1 bn from Qatar

The National 3 April 2014

Qatar’s emir held talks in Sudan on Wednesday at a time of strained ties between his country and other Gulf countries over Doha’s perceived support for the Muslim Brotherhood


Sudanese paedophile sues Britain because his parole hearing was DELAYED and his human rights were 'breached'

Daily Mail 19 March 2014

A Sudanese paedophile jailed for four years for raping and sexually abusing teenage girls is suing Justice Secretary Chris Grayling after his parole hearing was delayed


Five Countries Where Sharia Law Has Led to Violence

International Business Times 11 March 2014
By Ludovica Iaccino

Sharia, also known as Islami Qaqun, represents the moral code and religious law of a prophetic religion and is the expression of Allah's command for Muslim societies.


10 countries where homosexuality may be punishable by death

Journal Express 25 February 2014
By Terri Rupar

Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni on Monday signed a law that imposes a 14-year prison sentence for homosexual acts - and life sentences for those found guilty of "aggravated homosexuality." A measure imposing the death penalty was removed from an earlier version of the bill.


Sudanese church building bulldozed

Blazing Cat Fur 25 February 2014

Sudanese authorities on Monday (Feb. 17) demolished a church building in Omdurman without prior notice, area sources said. In what Sudanese Christians believe is part of


Russian diplomat, wife stabbed in Sudan

RT - Russia Today 30 January 2014

Russia’s consul and his wife have been stabbed in Sudan's capital of Khartoum outside the embassy’s gates by a man from the Central African Republic. The Russian Foreign


Russian diplomat, wife stabbed in Sudan

Russia Today 29 January 2014

Russia’s consul and his wife have been stabbed in Sudan's capital of Khartoum outside the embassy’s gates by a man from the Central African Republic.


Obama’s Afghanistan mess

Michelle Malkin 8 January 2014
By Michelle Malkin

Is President Obama sleeping well on his Hawaiian holiday? I can think of many families of American soldiers who might not be enjoying the same bliss right now. That’s because


There is no Religious Freedom, Christians are persecuted

Kashmir Watch 8 January 2014
By Clemente Ferrer

The Nusra Front, an Islamist group linked to Al Qaeda attacked the old part of the Syrian city of Maaloula . Islamic terrorists holded several nuns in the convent of Santa


Index: 8 Muslim-Majority Nations Among 10 Most Corrupt

Arutz Sheva 4 December 2013
By Ari Yashar

German-based NGO Transparency International released its annual Corruption Perceptions Index on Tuesday. The index, which ranks corruption of countries on a 0 to 100


Sharia in action in Sudan: Woman faces whipping for refusal to wear hijab

Jihad Watch 5 November 2013
By Robert Spencer

"Moreover, freedom in America is indivisible from the freedom to practice one's religion. That is why there is a mosque in every state in our union, and over 1,200 mosques


Sudan: Government helping Muslim businessmen seize church property

Jihad Watch 31 October 2013

Yet another human rights abuse that the world "human rights" community ignores. "Sudan Accused of Helping Muslim Businessman Seize Property from Church," from Morning Star


IMF weighs debt relief for genocidal Sudan

Money Jihad 23 October 2013

The genocidal and Arab supremacist regime of Omar al-Bashir is demanding that the International Monetary Fund bailout Sudan by cancelling billions of dollars of external


Genocidal dictator's horrors continue in Darfur 9 October 2013
By Nat Hentoff

The headline of the Sept. 30 Guardian said it all: "Sudan protesters call for President Omar al-Bashir to step down.” The story, which originally ran in the Associated Press,


Video: Woman Publicly Whipped in Sudan

The Clarion Project 8 October 2013

A woman can be whipped in Sudan for violating 'public decency' laws, including wearing in pants or uncovering her hair. Sudanese human rights activists have posted a video online of a public whipping of a woman conducted by Sudanese police.


Qatar wades into the Sudanese revolt 7 October 2013
By Martin Plaut

The government of Qatar is well known for its forays into foreign policy, and is accused by the United Nations Monitoring Group on Somalia of buying the votes in last year's


New YouTube video shows Sudanese woman being flogged

Sudan Tribune 17 September 2013

KHARTOUM – A new video was posted on YouTube showing a Sudanese police officer flogging an unidentified woman in public marking the second recording of its kind the last two


Female Genital Mutilation Campaign In Sudan Slammed For 'Not Getting Message Across'

TheHuffingtonPost 20 August 2013
By Reem Abbas, Women's eNews

In 2007 U.N. organizations, civil society groups and other institutions working to stop female genital mutilation got together and brainstormed a campaign to end the practice


Sudan targets Muslim converts to Christianity

Catholic Culture 30 July 2013

Christians in Sudan, an Islamic state in northeastern Africa, have suffered increased persecution in the two years since the largely Christian and animist region of South Sudan


U.S. Allies Lead in Female Genital Mutilation

By Lloyd Billingsley

    UNICEF, the United Nations Children’s Fund, has issued a new report on FGM/C, female genital mutilation/cutting, that raises troubling questions about the practice and the American response to it, particularly in nations such as Egypt

"Girls and women are made to have their external genitalia removed fully or partially– some when they are just infants, others when they hit puberty,” explains UNICEF, "in the

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