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Understand the Situation

We must act now to put pressure on the Government of Sudan to end its campaign of genocide and persecution of the Nuba people!

1.) Sign the Petition

The President
The White House
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20500

Dear Mr. President,

The indigenous church in Sudan is a vital American interest because the church confronts the forces of Islamic extremism every day with the Gospel message of mercy, reconciliation, and peace. This influence is having a major transformative effect on society — and that makes America and the world safer.

Yet, the Islamist government of Sudan has continued a policy of marginalization and persecution of Sudan’s Christian minority since its coming to power in 1989.

We’ve recently seen examples of this in the imprisonment of pastors, and the destruction of church buildings.

In the Nuba mountains of Sudan, home to one of the country’s largest Christian communities, the government of indicted war criminal Omar al Bashir has specifically attacked schools, hospitals, marketplaces, farmland, and homes in a campaign of ethnic cleansing and genocide.

We ask that you intervene and exert your influence on behalf of persecuted Sudanese, and demand that Omar al Bashir’s government respect their basic human rights.

The Sudan Government has been desperately trying to gain “normalized” relations with the West. It needs to be told in no uncertain terms will “normalization” occur while people are targeted, imprisoned, tortured, and otherwise persecuted for their ethnicity, political affiliation, or religious faith.

Sincerely,

Sign the petition "Let My People Go!"

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