Death Throes of a Monstrous Regime

Death Throes of a Monstrous Regime

by Bradford Phillips and Matt Chancey While the world’s attention has been preoccupied on the fall of Libya’s Gaddafi, and the growing violence in Syria, and the continuing turmoil in Egypt, there has been more strategic and significant events happening in the Arab world of the Republic of Sudan. The last few weeks have seen […]

War Spreads to the Blue Nile State of Sudan

War Spreads to the Blue Nile State of Sudan

By Eric Reeves [Editor’s note: The war of ethnic cleansing and genocide in the Nuba Mountains of Southern Kordofan State in Sudan has predictably spread to the other ethnic African-dominated Blue Nile State. Long-time Sudan expert Eric Reeves wrote an excellent commentary on this latest development, excerpts of which we have reprinted with permission for […]

Bombing the Children

Bombing the Children

By Matt Chancey On September 25th, I spoke to a missionary friend at church who was recently evacuated from the war-torn Blue Nile State in Sudan. He confirmed to me the reports I had heard that weekend about the NCP government bombing the state capitol of Kurmuk. One of the targets in the attack was […]

Shame on President Obama

Shame on President Obama

By Brad Phillips “Today we know what is right, and today we know what is wrong. The slaughter of innocents is wrong. Two million people driven from their homes is wrong. Women gang raped while gathering firewood is wrong. And silence, acquiescence and paralysis in the face of genocide is wrong.” – Senator Barack Obama, […]

Thank You!

Thank You!

After sending out an emergency appeal for $25,000 to help PPF receive a large medical consignment valued at $2.2 MILLION, you gave– and gave generously. After only a couple of weeks, PPF raised $28,581.34. Praise the Lord! And it gets better. While awaiting the arrival of the shipment in question, one of our partners, Voice […]

Bashir Sacks SPLM Governor and Launches War in Blue Nile State

Bashir Sacks SPLM Governor and Launches War in Blue Nile State

On the evening of┬áSeptember 1, 2011, around midnight, the Sudan Armed Forces (SAF) attacked the residence of Blue Nile State Governor Malik Agar. This initial attack was quickly followed by a full scale invasion and aerial bombardment of multiple locations in Blue Nile State. The result is yet another NCP-manufactured humanitarian crisis in the Blue […]

Three Million Dead and Counting, Mr. President

Three Million Dead and Counting, Mr. President

By Brad Phillips and Matt Chancey The Republic of Sudan has a turbulent history. Since its independence from the British in 1956, it has been in an almost constant state of war. The causes of wars can sometimes be hard to pin down. But the wars in post-independence Sudan have essentially arisen from the long-standing […]

Genocide in Sudan: An Interview with Brad Phillips

Genocide in Sudan: An Interview with Brad Phillips

The Washington Times’ Amanda Read interviewed Brad last week following his testimony during an emergency congressional hearing convened by the House Foreign Affairs Committee. “There is no justification in my mind for bombing Libya, while doing nothing in the Nuba Mountains,” said Phillips in his testimony, as he provided evidence of genocide against the Nuba […]

Emergency Meeting of House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Africa: Current Crisis in Nuba Mountains

Emergency Meeting of House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Africa: Current Crisis in Nuba Mountains

On August 4th, 2011, the House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Africa held an emergency meeting to discuss the ongoing attacks by the Khartoum government against the people living in the Nuba Mountains of Southern Kordofan, North Sudan. Persecution Project Foundation President, Brad Phillips, was a key witness in providing testimony of the atrocities being committed […]

Fire on the Mountain: War Crimes in Southern Kordofan

Fire on the Mountain: War Crimes in Southern Kordofan

The following is a very important article written on June 24, 2011 by Elizabeth Kendal of Religious Liberty Monitoring (http://elizabethkendal.blogspot.com/) regarding the current war in the Nuba Mountains of Sudan in Southern Kordofan State. We have received permission to reprint it in full. PPF’s Brad Phillips and Matt Chancey just returned from a 12-day journey […]