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Bishop Andudu from Besieged Sudanese Region of South Kordofan to Testify before House Subcommittee

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Bishop Andudu from Besieged Sudanese Region of South Kordofan to Testify before House Subcommittee

Posted by Enough Team on August 3, 2011



Sudan Now Media Advisory

Contact: Matt Brown, Associate Director of Communications, Enough Project

[email protected], 202-468-2925

WASHINGTON – Bishop Andudu Adam Elnail, the Anglican Bishop of Kadugli in Sudan’s South Kordofan, will testify before the U.S. House of Representatives subcommittee on Africa on Thursday, August 4 at 10 a.m. in the Rayburn Office Building room 2172.

The emergency hearing, called by Rep. Christopher Smith (R-NJ) and Rep. Donald Payne (D-NJ), will focus on the ethnic-based violence in Sudan’s South Kordofan region. In the past two months, the Sudanese army has carried out mass killings of civilians in Kadugli and a sustained bombing campaign in the Nuba Mountains.

Bishop Andudu, whose congregation witnessed many of the killings, came to the United States in May. He will provide testimony about his experiences and help inform the Congress Members’ policy of dealing with the Khartoum regime. Also scheduled to testify is Brad Phillips, conservative commentator and president of the Persecution Project Foundation and Dr. Luka Biong Deng from Kush, Inc., a Sudanese NGO working on peace and security issues in Abyei and the border regions.


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