Farah hosts Sudan activist

By WND Staff

Faith McDonnell, a leader in the movement to stop the religious persecution and killing of blacks in Sudan, will Joseph Farah’s guest today on his nationally syndicated radio talk show, “WorldNetDaily RadioActive.”

McDonnell is director of the Church Alliance for a New Sudan and director of Religious Liberty Programs for the Institute on Religion and Democracy. She works with Christian Solidarity International, the American Anti-Slavery Group and other organizations to stand up for the victims of genocide and jihad slavery in Sudan at the hand of Arab militiamen supported by the Muslim regime in Khartoum.

Since 1983, an estimated 2 million people have died from war and related famine due to the government’s targeting of Christians and others in southern Sudan and black Sudanese in the western part of the nation. About 5 million people have become refugees.

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