"After South Sudan split from Sudan in 2011, President Al-Bashir declared he intended to make the country more rooted in Sharia law. This proclamation began a new wave of persecution against Christians in Sudan. Christian schools have been closed, Christian foreigners have been deported, and churches have been destroyed as a result. In the midst of all this, Mohammed Khidir Khalil Hassan lost the right to see his children because of his Christian identity. He recently won back the right to see his children eight hours every month, but sharing anything about his Christian identity with his children could be used as a pretext to take away his visitation rights."
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