Jun 18th, 2019
Dramatic Developments in Sudan
After 30 years of brutal dictatorship, former “president,” Omar Al Bashir, appeared for the first time in public on Sunday, escorted from maximum-security prison in Khartoum to the prosecutor’s office, where he was read charges for “possessing foreign currency and acquiring suspicious and illicit wealth.” Protestors greeted the looming court case with skepticism as corruption is the least of dictator Al Bashir’s crimes. Protestors continued to demand that he be handed over to the International Criminal Court (ICC) where he is wanted on crimes of genocide. We will attempt to shed some light on the confusing reports coming out of Sudan and present updates on what God is doing in this restricted access area in the 10/40 window in the Muslim Middle East.
“…Cush will submit herself to God.”