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Ministry Reports and updates

970 Bombs Dropped on Nuba Children!

970 Bombs Dropped on Nuba Children!

Between December, 2014, and February, 2015, 970 bombs were dropped on civilian targets within the Nuba mountains of Sudan. Of these 970 catalogued bombings, more than 500 bombs were dropped in January! According to NubaReports.org, “Sudanese Air-Force has more than tripled the number of bombs dropped on civilian areas in recent months. This brings the number […]

Partners in “Crime”

Partners in “Crime”

By Brad Phillips Southern Kordofan State, a.k.a. “the Nuba mountains,” has been described in the historic 2005 Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA) as one of “three contested areas” in Sudan – the others being Abyei and Blue Nile State. For decades, the residents of the “three areas” have been isolated and marginalized by Khartoum. There are […]

A Rock for “Little Omar”

A Rock for “Little Omar”

Little Omar is a 3-year-old boy who lives in a cave in the Nuba mountains. A few days ago, an Antonov bomber visited his community, and now, Omar has no mother. Omar is from the Kwaliib community. The Kwaliib are one of 50 indigenous Nuba tribes, but they are exceptional for many reasons. For instance, […]

As They Lay Sleeping

As They Lay Sleeping

Um Serdiba is a Nuba community within shelling range of Sudan Armed Forces’ (SAF) artillery in the nearby garrison city of Kadugli. But Um Serdiba is not a military target. It is the home of several thousand Nuba IDPs (Internally Displaced Persons). Last week, SAF artillery shells killed three Nuba children as they lay sleeping […]

Thank you, Congressman Wolf

Thank you, Congressman Wolf

Brad Phillips The first time I met Frank Wolf was in Northern Virginia at a campaign fundraiser featuring the famous Roy Rogers. I was just twelve at the time, which was quite a while back! Now, after 34 years of service to his country, Congressman Wolf has retired from politics. Frank Wolf didn’t just represent […]

Urgent Prayer Needed

Urgent Prayer Needed

Our brethren in the war-torn Nuba Mountains of Sudan need your prayers today. Please take a moment to read this important update from our friends at Nuba Reports. A massive offensive by the Islamist government forces has commenced, and government troops are now a mere 20 kilometers from the de factor “rebel” capital of Kauda. […]

A Death in the Family

A Death in the Family

Neima Abiad Idris (49) was a household name in the Nuba Mountains of Sudan. The Nuba people knew her as the “Peace Singer.” Her first Christian album was entitled, Faith is Essential to Achieve Our Goals. Her most recent album was a musical expression of her personal prayer and aspiration for the Nuba entitled, Building Peace, Forgiveness […]

2014: Year-End Review

2014: Year-End Review

We believe that the best way to start 2015 is by thanking God for all He accomplished through your generosity in 2014. Last year was a record-breaker on many levels. But surpassing goals on paper is one thing. The most important goal is engaging in active compassion that impacts lives. And, again, thanks to you, […]

Mass Rape and Mass Cover-Up

Mass Rape and Mass Cover-Up

SOLDIERS FROM THE SUDAN ARMED FORCES (SAF) ARRIVED AT THE SMALL VILLAGE OF TABIT IN NORTH DARFUR ON THE EVENING OF OCTOBER 31ST, ABOUT SIX MILES FROM WHERE THEY KEEP A SMALL BASE. What happened next is unclear. Villagers claim the soldiers drove the men away with the butts of their rifles. Then, they raped […]

Khartoum Announces a Campaign to “Starve” the People of the Nuba Mountains

Khartoum Announces a Campaign to “Starve” the People of the Nuba Mountains

Eric Reeves, The Huffington Post, October 7, 2014 http://www.huffingtonpost.com/eric-reeves/khartoum-announces-a-camp_b_5923470.html On 22 September, 2014, I received from a source within Sudan, whom I trust implicitly, a truly extraordinary, indeed explosive document, containing “Minutes of the Military and Security Committee Meeting held in the National Defense College [Khartoum],” the meeting referred to took place on August 31, 2014; the […]