Sudanese leader Omer Hassan Al-Bashir is moving forward with rewriting the country's constitution to implement Shariah law, according to reports from organizations with links inside the Muslim-dominated nation.
International Christian Concern's North Africa specialist Jonathan Racho says that a Shariah-compliant constitution will mean more suffering for Sudan's remaining Christians.
"This new law (Shariah compliant constitution) is going to affect a significant number of Christians who live in places like Khartoum (the capital city). There are still a significant number of Christians in Sudan," Racho said....
Chris Perver wrote: ‚ÄúEven though it‚Äôs kind of chaotic, kind of wild and crazy, I see it as very successful,‚ÄĚ Chambers said. Let's see... Chaos - the absence of order Wild - the absence of decency Crazy - the absence of rationality If that's his definition of success, then I think he better be looking for another job.