For 30 years, Omar al-Bashir ruled Sudan with a corrupt and vicious iron fist. During his time in power, Bashir was ruthlessly brutal to the nation’s Christian minority. His heartlessness attracted worldwide headlines during the humanitarian crisis in Darfur last decade.
Last week, al-Bashir was finally ousted in a military coup. But what toll did he exact on Christians in his country? How did he target and persecute them?
In this podcast, Voice of the Martyrs Radio Host Todd Nettleton addressed those questions, examines what sort of government is likely to come next in Sudan, and why life is still very difficult for Christians in the region, even after the creation of the new nation of South Sudan.