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Sudan: Islamist Government Still Bombing Christians, ‘The International Community Is So Silent About The Killing’


MorningStarNews – “Non-Arab Christians in Sudan’s Nuba Mountains said they feel forgotten after Sudanese air forces killed at least 11 of the faithful in bombings before and after Christmas, according to area sources.

Following bombings of non-Arab civilians in Christian villages in Sudan’s South Kordofan state from Dec. 18 to Dec. 26, the ethnic Nuba Christians are praying for a change of government in Khartoum, said a church leader from the state who recently visited Juba.

‘We are surprised why the international community is so silent about the killing in South Kordofan,’ said the church leader, who requested anonymity.

On Wednesday (Dec. 26) Sudan’s Russian-made Antonov airplanes dropped nine bombs in Al Dar village in Buram County, killing two Christian women – 70-year-old Kuku Tia and 45-year-old Aisha Tutu Tolodi, the source said. The same attack struck a different Christian village, Um Serdiba in Buram County, where two Christian children were killed instantly, he said. They were identified as Rehab Adam Alfol, 8 and her 4-year-old sister, Najaha Adam Alfol.

According to online news portal Nuba Reports, at 12:30 a.m. of the same day Sudan dropped 12 bombs on Kauda town, wounding pastor Ayube Ibrahim and killing three cows. Nuba Reports, run by aid worker Ryan Boyette, who remained in South Kordofan after his Christian humanitarian organization was forced to evacuate when military conflict escalated last year, reported that four churches in Kauda usually celebrate Christmas for three days starting Dec. 25.

The church leader who spoke to Morning Star News said area contacts reported that in Um Serdiba village on Dec. 23, a Sudanese bomb killed Sholi Jalbor, a Christian civilian whose house was reduced to ashes in the attack.

On Dec. 18, five people from one family were killed when an Antonov airplane dropped a bomb in Eire village that landed on a Christian family’s home, killing five of them, sources confirmed to the church leader. They identified the dead as 4-year-old girl Intisar Mubarak Sabil, 4-year-old boy Ramadan Mubarak, 7-year-old Nadia Ibrahim and 60-year-old Fatima Naway. Nuba Reports identified the fifth victim as 9-month-old Gamu Ibrahim.

Another family member, Regina Ibrahim, was wounded in the attack, according to the church leader.

On the afternoon of Christmas Day, according to Nuba Reports, an Antonov airplane dropped 10 bombs on the villages of Mendi and Kalkutta. No casualties were reported.

Since South Sudan split from Sudan in a referendum last year, ethnic Nuba peoples in Sudan’s South Kordofan state believe the government’s goal of quashing Sudan People’s Liberation Army-North (SPLA-N) rebels is also meant to rid the area of non-Arab peoples and Christianity.” Source – Persecution.org.

  1. 01/05/2013 at 12:25 AM

    Within a few months, 811 battalions of the ‘sons of allah’ arrive–after Americans’ defense confiscated. In America’s spring, the churches and synagogues will suddenly know persecution, torture, and slaughter like ‘apes and pigs’. I surmise BOHICA bin Liar’s civil force will ignore the bloody melee. By then, the constitutional police, christians, and state guards will be FEMAanized or dead.
    Albert, worried waning watchman

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  2. 01/05/2013 at 12:29 AM

    For some reason the last sentence was deleted ‘I prefer the latter’.
    awl

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  3. 01/05/2013 at 12:32 AM

    I have faith of the promise embraced inf Revelation 2:10.
    AWL

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  4. 01/05/2013 at 2:49 AM

    Reblogged this on oogenhand and commented:
    The Muslim equivalent of drone attacks.

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