2 Christian pastors face a possible death sentence for their faith.
Pastors Yat Michael Ruot and Peter Yein Reith were arrested by Sudan’s Islamist Security Services.
For months, their families didn’t know where they were while they were secretly detained and charged.
Their “crime”? Their Christian faith.
Their punishment? A possible death sentence.
Now they're on trial for thier faith based on trumped-up charges of undermining the constitution and “offending Islamic beliefs.”
Just like Mariam Ibraheem, who was sentenced to die for her Christian faith last year, these two pastors could be sentenced to hang for their faith if the world is silent.
Pastors Michael and Peter need your voice now. Time is of the essence. Our silence could be their death.
We’re demanding Sudan release these 2 Christian pastors. Be heard today.
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